Carrol Moore; or how he became a detective.

Old Sleuth" [pseud. of Harlan Page Halsey].

Published by J.S. Ogilvie ? 1897, New York, 1897
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A now-uncommon dime novel, No. 77 in the "Old Sleuth's Own" series: a shrewd young illustrator, newly arrived in New York City, embroils himself in the hunt for a missing heiress. => WorldCat locates only four U.S. institutional holdings. 8vo (18.5 cm, 7.25"). 89, [11 (adv.)] pp. Publisher's printed paper wrappers; wrappers slightly darkened with spine rubbed and back edges chipped. Pages predictably age-toned; final advertising leaves with edges chipped. => "You will never leave this room alive," indeed!. Bookseller Inventory # 34859

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Title: Carrol Moore; or how he became a detective.

Publisher: J.S. Ogilvie ? 1897, New York

Publication Date: 1897

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