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R.L.S. and His Sine Qua Non: Flashlights from Skerryvore by The

by BOODLE, Adelaide A

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(STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS). BOODLE, Adelaide A. R.L.S. and His Sine Qua Non: Flashlights from Skerryvore by The Gamekeeper. Original cloth over boards with printed paper spine label, dust jacket. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. First American edition. A near fine copy in d/j.
  • Bookseller: George S. MacManus Company US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 50850
  • Title: R.L.S. and His Sine Qua Non: Flashlights from Skerryvore by The
  • Author: BOODLE, Adelaide A
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Keywords: STEVENSON, R L, BIOG, LITX

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