The lost gallows : including the short story "The ends of justice" / John Dickson Carr ; introduction by Martin Edwards.
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- 4 of 5 copies available at Bridgeport Public Library.
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- ISBN: 1728219884 : PAP
- ISBN: 9781728219882 : PAP
- ISBN: 9781728219882
- ISBN: 1728219884
- Physical Description: pages cm.
- Publisher: Naperville, Illinois : Poisoned Pen Press, 
"The Lost Gallows was originally published in 1931 in New York, U.S., and London, UK by Harper & Brothers "The Ends of Justice" was originally published in May 1927 in Haverford, Pennsylvania, U.S. in The Haverfordian, Haverford College"
"In this follow up to It Walks by Night, Inspector Bencolin attempts to piece together a puzzle involving a disappearing street and a set of gallows that mysteriously appears through the thick London fog. And a mythical spirit, Jack Ketch, may be afoot and in the business of wanton execution, leaving Londoners on edge and in fear of the bogeyman. The Lost Gallows is an early gem from one of the great writers of the genre. This edition also includes the rare Bencolin short story "The Ends of Justice."-- Provided by publisher.
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