And Death Came Too - Richard Hull 1942 - Julian Messner, New York - First American Edition A somewhat scarce example, fine in the war-time dust jacket.

‘Arthur Yeldham, a retired housemaster from Finchlngfield School invites four young people to come on to his house after a local dance; and when they get there, Yeldham is found stabbed...’
  First published by Collins, London in 1939.

Richard Henry Sampson (1896-1973), writing under the pseudonym Richard Hull, was considered one of the most notable and inventive crime novelists of the 1930’s, and a major practitioner of the inverted school.

Provenance: Small name and date of November 1942 to front free endpaper.

References: Reilly, ’
Twentieth-Century Crime and Mystery Writers’ (1980), 828.

Octavo (book size 21x14.5cm), pp. 255 [1]. In publisher’s orange cloth, spine lettered in black, fore-edge untrimmed, others trimmed. Dust jacket priced ‘$2.00’ to upper corner of front flap.
  Condition: Fine with the exception of light rubbing to corners and spine ends, in near fine dust jacket with light wear along top edges, corners, heavier to spine ends.   Ref: 110333   Price: HK$ 2,700