Two First Editions by Agatha Christie: 4.50 from Paddington and Ordeal by Innocence
Both with their original dustjackets
4.50 From Paddington
Published by Collins
1957 The Crime Club
Original Dustjacket protected in clear plastic Mylar sleeve, old money, 12 shillings and sixpence.
A woman sitting on a train looks out of the window and to her horror sees a lady being strangled in the train that is passing by alongside. Who is the woman? Who was the man who strangled her? And why is the body not found for so long?
Classic Christie and one of the best
Ordeal by Innocence published by Collins
1958 The Crime Club
Publishers original Dust wrapper with old money 12 shillings and sixpence.
Jack Argyle is convicted of killing his mother and sadly dies in prison 6 months later. Two years later a stranger arrives in town with disturbing news, could Jack have been innocent after all? Fear and suspicion are rife - if Jack wasn’t guilty then the murderer must still be among them. Another marvellously gripping whodunnit from Agatha Christie, the next in the series.
Red hardback covers in excellent condition underneath the wrappers
- Number of Books
- Author/ Illustrator
- Agatha Christie
- Book Title
- 4.50 from Paddington, Ordeal by Innocence
- Very good
- Publication year oldest item
- Publication year youngest item
- 1st Edition
- Original language
- Collins, Crime Club Choice
- Binding/ Material
- Dust jacket
- Number of pages
- 19×13 cm