Franklin Library, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania, (1990). Franklin Library, Franklin Center, Mystery Masterpieces, Pennsyl.
"No superlatives are adequate,"' wrote Anthony Boucher ,reviewing The Daughter of Time for the New York Times in 1952, "simply mark this down as one of the best ,not of the year, but of all time" Considered to this time to be one of the true classics of the mystery genre, Josephine Tey's compelling novel continues to captivate readers with its thought-provoking and historical plot And the murder happened only 500 years ago
Franklin Library, Franklin Center, Mystery Masterpieces, Pennsylvania, 1990 High quality paper Pages that are sewn not glued into the binding Gold gilded page edges on all three sides Raised spine bands that give each book that distinctive antique look Very good condition, solid, clean and bright Only minor flaw a very slight scratch on top of gold gilt, you really have to look to see it
A Classic to be treasured as a gift