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The Bishop's Jaegers

£9.99

Product description

Originally published in the 1930s, a novel by the American
comic and fantasy writer James Thorne Smith.

The heir of a coffee fortune finds his life turned upside
down when his secretary, determines that she will rescue him from his horrible
fate by ruining him morally.

Eventually he finds himself cast adrift in a fog with a
motley crew that includes a Bishop and a former nude model.

Note: Jaeger's refers to a type of men's underwear.

Condition: Good.  Inside pages unmarked.  Considerable damage to the jacket. 

Binding: Hardback,
Orange cloth with jacket.  

Item details

Author(s):
Thorne Smith
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
188 x 128 mm
Edition:
1951
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
312
Publisher:
Methuen & Co

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About this item

Originally published in the 1930s, a novel by the American
comic and fantasy writer James Thorne Smith.

The heir of a coffee fortune finds his life turned upside
down when his secretary, determines that she will rescue him from his horrible
fate by ruining him morally.

Eventually he finds himself cast adrift in a fog with a
motley crew that includes a Bishop and a former nude model.

Note: Jaeger's refers to a type of men's underwear.

Condition: Good.  Inside pages unmarked.  Considerable damage to the jacket. 

Binding: Hardback,
Orange cloth with jacket.  

Author(s):
Thorne Smith
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
188 x 128 mm
Edition:
1951
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
312
Publisher:
Methuen & Co

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