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1 TEY, JOSEPHINE. A Shilling For Candles.
Pocket Books, New York: December 1980. 0671476254 / 9780671476250 Third printing. s Softcover. Reading copy. 
For inspector Alan Grant the case would become a nightmare of too many clues and too many motives. For the woman was the famous screen actress, Christine Clay. And the world was full of people who wanted her dead. 
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2 TEY, JOSEPHINE. Brat Farrar.
Berkley Medallion Edition., New York: 1971. 0425030318 / 9780425030318 Fourth Printing. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Young Farrar, the product of an orphanage upbringing, closely resembles the dead heir - presumably a suicide - to the small but properous British estate of Latchetts. Against his better judgment, Farrar is persuaded to pose as Patrick Ashby, the heir, and claim the inheritance. "One of the best mysteries of the year." - The New York Times 
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3 TEY, JOSEPHINE. Miss Pym Disposes.
Pocket Books, New York: 1977. 0671809075 / 9780671809072 Reprint Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Murder visited a peaceful campus in the sun-warmed green of June. But Miss Pym, a guest lecturer on psychology, arrived ahead of death. Warm-hearted, blithe Miss Pym didn't suspect that evil lived behind one of those pretty, healthy faces; the girls were all so normal.Then came the "accident" - unexpected and fatal. And Miss Pym put all her psychological theories into practice to prove that the death was really murder! "Penetrating . . . with a thumping terminal surprise" - Saturday Review 
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4 TEY, JOSEPHINE. The Man In The Queue.
Penguin Books, Harmondsworth: 1978. 0140045600 / 9780140045604 s Softcover. Very good reading copy. 
The most remarkable feature about this man stabbed to death in the queue for a musical comedy is his lack of identity. No friend or relation comes forward to claim him. Even the labels on his clothes are missing. But it is not long before Inspector Grant of the CID is in pursuit of the murderer. "Mystery writing at its finest." - St. Louis Post-Dispatch 
Price: 19.71 USD
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5 TEY, JOSEPHINE. The Man In The Queue.
Berkley Medallion Books, New York: 1970. 0425018733 / 9780425018736 Sixth Printing. s Softcover. Fair condition. 
The most remarkable feature about this man stabbed to death in the queue for a musical comedy is his lack of identity. No friend or relation comes forward to claim him. Even the labels on his clothes are missing. But it is not long before Inspector Grant of the CID is in pursuit of the murderer. "Mystery writing at its finest." - St. Louis Post-Dispatch 
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6 TEY, JOSEPHINE. The Man In The Queue.
Berkley Medallion Books, New York: 1977. 0671809598 / 9780671809591 Reprint Edition. s Softcover. Fair condition. 
The most remarkable feature about this man stabbed to death in the queue for a musical comedy is his lack of identity. No friend or relation comes forward to claim him. Even the labels on his clothes are missing. But it is not long before Inspector Grant of the CID is in pursuit of the murderer. "Mystery writing at its finest." - St. Louis Post-Dispatch 
Price: 2.80 USD
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7 TEY, JOSEPHINE. The Singing Sands.
Berkley Publishing Corp., New York: 1975. 0425029484 / 9780425029480 Berkley Large-Type Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Inspector Alan Grant of Scotland Yard was on sick leave, but he was so fascinated by the poem and the reckless-looking youth who had scribbled it - a youth he'd found, by accident, quite dead in a train bound for the Scottish Highlands - that he couldn't relax or enjoy the heather . . . until he had uncovered all the sinister details in one of the cleverest murders in criminal history. "A superior mystery." - The New Yorker 
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8 TEY, JOSEPHINE. Three By Tey: Miss Pym Disposes, The Franchise Affair, Brat Farrar.
Macmillan Publishing Company, New York:1955. Book of the Month Edition h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. The dustjacket is worn and torn. 

Price: 8.79 USD
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9 TEY, JOSEPHINE. To Love And Be Wise.
Berkley Publishing Corp., New York: 1975. 0425028984 / 9780425028988 Sixth Printing. Large Type Edition. s Softcover. Fair condition. 
The Wicked American . . . The whole art colony at Salcott St. Mary would have agreed with popular authoress Lavinia Fitch when she remarked about her guest, Leslie Searle: "I'm sure he must have been something very wicked in ancient Greece." This too-handsome, rich and famous young American had created havoc at Salcott: he'd broke up an engagement, ruined a smug broadcaster, insulted a leading playwright, casued a public scandal . . . Then - with several girls madly in love with him - he disappeared strangely . . . and Inspector Grant of Scotland Yard was called in to investigate a case of possible amnesia, suicide or homicide. "A first-rate mystery, ably plotted and beautifully written." - Los Angeles Times 
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