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Walking in Pimlico: A Novel of Victorian Murder by Ann Featherstone (2009 First Edition Hardback)


£20.00

Near Fine condition used 2009 First Print
Edition Hardback with intact unclipped DJ.

Published by John Murray, London.
Print Number-line: 1.
Author: Ann Featherstone.
Jacket Illustration: Stephen Johnston.
ISBN: 9781848541726.
Approx. dims: 205mm h x 160mm w x 28mm d.

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Walking in Pimlico: A Novel of Victorian Murder by Ann Featherstone

Condition and Description:

Near Fine condition used 2009 First Print Edition Hardback with intact unclipped Dust Jacket.

Published by John Murray, London.
Print Number-line: 1.
Author: Ann Featherstone.
Jacket Illustration: Stephen Johnston.
ISBN: 9781848541726.
Approx. dims: 205mm h x 160mm w x 28mm d.

Intact clean condition pictorial dust jacket with slight bumping and creasing to corners, slight signs of handling. Intact DJ spine. Dust Jacket over very good condition maroon cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. 308 clean, slightly tanned inside pages of English text, no inscriptions. Page ends slightly tanned. Image shown is actual book for sale.

Synopsis of Walking in Pimlico: A Novel of Victorian Murder by Ann Featherstone:

Stumbling across Bessie Spooner’s murdered body, comedian Corney Sage is caught in a tangle of deception and lies. He flees from his concert-room job in London’s Whitechapel to a comfortable spa town, and then to a circus and music hall. But try as he might, he cannot elude the killer. And in Corney’s world of theatricals, clowns and showmen, where appearances are surface deep and secrets are deadly, any one of them might be the murderer . . .

From the drawing rooms of polite society to dingy lodging houses, through shabby pump-room pavilions, fairgrounds and freak shows, Ann Featherstone brilliantly reconstructs nineteenth-century England in this gripping psychological thriller.

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