THE ECHOING STRANGERS.
Edition: First printing.
London: Michael Joseph, (1952) dj. Hardcover first edition - A mystery featuring Mrs Bradley in the middle of her career (this is the 25th book in which she appears), and she is both mellowing and more assured. This book captures your attention from the first sentence; "If there is one morbid phenomenon of civilized existence to which scant justice has been done in English fiction, it is the devastating rediscovery in later life of the old school chum." 224 pp. Dust jacket art by Beatrice Bradley,
Condition: Good+ in a good+ dust jacket (some light soiling to the red covers, the usual toning to the pages, short closed tear to dj, etc) An attractive copy of an uncommon title in this series.