Armstrong, Anthony (pseudonym of George Anthony Armstrong Willis, 1897-1976.)
THE TRAIL OF THE LOTTO.
Philadelphia: Macrae, Smith, 1930. Hardcover First Edition
First US printing. The third Jimmie Rezaire story - the man who "once had the reputation of being the cleverest and most resourceful crook in England" has started a detective agency with his wife Vivienne. Rather uncommon mystery by a writer who is perhaps best known for his humorous sketches published in 'The Punch' under the initials 'A.A. ' Very good- in black cloth with red lettering on the spine and front cover (some rubbing to the lettering on the spine, but still clearly legible, front hinge cracked, and preliminary page is loose, but still attached.) .
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