The Mystery of the Long Shadow

By Robert Martin (Reginald Alec Martin)
First Published 1958 by Nelson
Illustrated by George Lane
first edition wrapper. Click to enlarge and see full picture
First edition dustwrapper
by George Lane
Nelson 1958
A long shadow, thrown across the car park late at night. Who is this silent witness of Mike's fight with Gorman Bulberg, the hardy debt collector of Dulos Street ? And how does he fit in with the expert driver of the green Mercedes that tails Mike home ?

This time it looks as though trouble is coming to meet 'Dance and Co Detectives' a good deal more than halfway - but since when have Jim dance and his friend Birdie, to say nothing of old Granpa Garson, asked for anything better than just that ?

First Edition:
Nelson 1958:
Hardback with dustwrapper; green cloth with black lettering, title and author on front board; 167pp; 6 b/w illustrations including frontispiece; dustwrapper full colour, wraps to include spine; rear blue with Nelson logo in white; originally published at 5/- net. My copy isprice-clipped; Mike's copy has adhesive Nelson 6/- net stamp over the original pricing.

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