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THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP. by  Christopher Morley - Hardcover - (1955.) - from Bookfever.com, IOBA and Biblio.co.nz

THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP.

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THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP.

by Morley, Christopher

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Philadelphia: : Lippincott,, (1955.). Good in green boards with a black cloth spine, no dust jacket.. Hardcover. A new illustrated edition of book originally published in 1919, designed by Warren Chappell and illustrated by Douglas Gorsline. 253 pp.

Synopsis

The Haunted Bookshop speaks of the ghosts that inhabit all places of books - "the ghosts of all great literature." Christopher Morley's suspenseful 1919 novel continues the story of the bookseller from Parnassus on Wheels, Roger Mifflin, whose character underlines the wisdom and knowledge to be gained from literature and makes allusions and references to many famous works.

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Bookseller Inventory #
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Title
THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP.
Author
Morley, Christopher
Book condition
Used - Good in green boards with a black cloth spine, no dust jacket.
Jacket condition
green boards with a black cloth spine, no
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Lippincott,
Place of Publication
Philadelphia:
Date published
(1955.)
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Subjects
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES / Books;

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