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CAMERON, Stevie.
Blue Trust : The Author, the Lawyer, His Wife and Her Money.
Toronto: MacFarlane Walter & Ross, (1998). First edition.
24 cm x 16.5 cm, dark blue boards, pp. xii, 315; illustrated. Signed by Cameron, Canada's foremost investigative journalist. The story of Lynne and Bruce Verchere, including considerable material on their relationship with novelist Arthur Hailey. Book is fine, dust jacket has a tiny chip and some indentation, else very good and laid into a mylar jacket protector.
$16.50                          Book Number: 12320                         Order / Enquire



De Boos, Charles. Edited by Buck, A. R. & Wright, Nancy E.
The Poor Man: Law and Satire in 19th Century New South Wales.
Melbourne: Australian Scholarly
Trade paperback format, pp. 169. Nearly new condition.
$30.00                          Book Number: 14377                         Order / Enquire



De GRAVE, Kathleen.
Swindler, Spy, Rebel : The Confidence Woman in Nineteenth-Century America.
Columbia: University of Missouri Press, (1995). First edition.
24 cm x 16 cm, purple cloth, pp. x, 270. Fine in dust jacket.
$16.50                          Book Number: 12245                         Order / Enquire



DEVERELL, William.
Fatal Cruise. The Trial of Robert Frisbee.
(Toronto): M(cClelland) & S(tewart, 1991). First edition.
With a label signed by the author affixed to half title. Bumped at base of spine, else near fine in a similar, lightly edge-worn dust jacket.
$16.50                          Book Number: 4953                         Order / Enquire



Drewe, Robert
The Shark Net: Memories and Murder
(New York): Viking, (2000). First American edition.
Octavo, tan boards backed in black, pp. 288, [1]. Signed by Drewe. Memoir of growing up in Perth Australia, marked by the young Drewe's proximity to a serial killer on a spree. Bump to top edge of rear board, else near fine in a rubbed, very good dust jacket.
$20.35                          Book Number: 13300                         Order / Enquire



Hair, P. E. H.
Before the Bawdy Court:Selections from Church Court and Other Records Relating to the Correction of Moral Offences in England, Scotland and New England, 1300-1800: Selections from Church Court and Other Records Relating to the Correction of Moral Offences
London: Elek, (1972). First edition.
Octavo, red cloth, pp. 271; illustrated. Near fine in a spine faded and worn dust jacket.
$16.50                          Book Number: 13028                         Order / Enquire



KNAFLA, Louis. Editor.
Law & Justice in a New Land: Essays in Western Canadian Legal History
Toronto: Carswell, 1986.
23.5 cm x 16 cm, red cloth, pp. (xviii), 379; illustrated. Ink name on endpaper, else near fine.
$30.00                          Book Number: 20214                         Order / Enquire



SMMONDS, N.E.
Law as a Moral Idea.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, (2007) First edition.
Octavo, hardcover, pp. x, 209. Near fine in dust jacket.
$30.00                          Book Number: 14603                         Order / Enquire



VINCENT, Isabel.
See No Evil : The Strange Case of Christine Lamont & David Spencer.
(Toronto: Reed Books, 1995). First edition.
Trade paperback format with french flaps, pp.viii, 212; illustrated. The case of a Canadian couple implicated in the kidnapping of Brazilian millionaire, Abilio Diniz. The couple maintain their innocence, despite being sentenced to 28 year jail sentences. Written by the the Globe and Mail's Latin America bureau chief. Fine.
$16.50                          Book Number: 10857                         Order / Enquire



WAUGH, Auberon.
The Last Word. An Eye Witness Account of the Trial of Jeremy Thorpe.
London: Michael Joseph, (1980). First edition.
Octavo, black boards, pp. 240; illustrated. Near fine in a price-clipped dust jacket.
$16.50                          Book Number: 12030                         Order / Enquire



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