Erle Stanley Gardener and A.A. Fair (the same bloke)

Erle Stanley Gardner * A A Fair

I am of an age when I can’t think of Perry Mason without thinking about a wheelchair. I must admit I can’t remember reading any DA books, but did read a lot of Perry Mason, even though I was always impatient to get to the court room as that was the bit I enjoyed. You can tell from the list below how popular he was in the 50’s and 60’s. I have lumped the books together but generally Gardner is Perry Mason (tcot) and Fair is the DA, though there are a few that don’t fit.

I have not stock checked the full listing below but am pretty confident about finding them in the shop. I am sure I also have Hard Backs but will have to wait till I can next go to my shop.

I have not yet found out how to offer PayPal that allows choice, so if you are interested email me and I can send a PayPal invoice or accept credit card or bank transfer. david.sheard@ntlworld.com

Stock

TitlePublisherPriceConditionDate
Bedrooms Have WindowsCorgi£2.50vg
Beware the CrowsCorgi£2.50vg
Cats Prow at NightCorgi£3.50vg
Crows Can’t CountCorgi£2.50vg
Double or QuitsGuilds£2.50vg1951
Murder Up My SleevePenguin£2.50vg1961
tcot Angry MournerPocket Book£2.50vg1960
tcot Angry MournerPan£3.50vg
tcot Backward MulePan£3.50vg-
tcot Baited HookPenguin£2.50vg1957
tcot Calendar GirlPocket Book£2.50vg+1963
tcot Calender GirlPan£3.00vg
tcot Caretakers CatPenguin£2.00vg1963
tcot Cautious CoquettePan£2.00vg
tcot Cautious CoquettePan£4.00vg
tcot Counterfeit EyePenguin£2.50vg1962
tcot Crooked CandlePocket Book£2.50
tcot Curious BridePan£3.50vg
tcot Daring DecoyPan£2.50g
tcot Deadly ToyPan£2.00vg-
tcot Deadly ToyPocket Book£2.50vg1969
tcot demure DefendantPan£2.00vg
tcot Drowning DuckPenguin£2.00vg1957
tcot Drowning DuckPocket Book£2.50
tcot Drowning DuckPenguin£2.50vg1963
tcot Drowsy MosquitoPenguin£4.00vg
tcot Dubious BridegroomConsul£3.00vg1964
tcot Empty TinPenguin£2.50vg
tcot Fiery FingersPan£2.50vg
tcot Footloose DollPan£2.50vg-
tcot Fugative NursePan£3.50vg1962
tcot Gilded lilyPan£3.50vg
tcot Glamerous GhostPan£4.00f
tcot Glamorous GhostBAG 05£2.50
tcot Golddiggers PursePocket Book£2.50
tcot Gold-digger’s PursePenguin£2.50vg-1959
tcot Green Eyed SisterPan£2.50vg+1962
tcot Grinning GorillaPan£2.50vg
tcot Hesitant HostessPan£2.50vg
tcot Lame CanaryPocket Book£2.50
tcot Lame CanaryPenguin£3.00vg1953
tcot Lazy LoverPan£3.50vg
tcot Lazy LoverWDL£5.00vg
tcot Long Legged ModelsPan£1.50vg
tcot Long-legged ModelsPocket Book£2.50vg1960
tcot Lucky LegsPan£4.50vg+
tcot Lucky LooserPan£3.00f
tcot Moth Eaten MinkPan£2.50vg
tcot Moth Eaten MinkPocket Book£2.50vg1956
tcot Musical CowPan£2.50vg1960
tcot Musical CowPan£2.50f1962
tcot Mythical MonkeysPan£2.50vg
tcot Negligent NymphPan£2.50vg
tcot Negligent NymphPan£3.00vg-
tcot Nervous AccompliceBag 18£2.50
tcot Nervous AccomplicePan£2.50vg
tcot One Eyed WitnessPan£4.50vg
tcot Perjured ParrotPocket Book£2.50vg1950
tcot Restless RedheadPan£2.50vg
tcot Restless RedheadPan£3.00vg1962
tcot Runaway CorpsePan£3.50f
tcot Screaming WomanPan£3.00vg
tcot Singing ShirtPan£3.50f
tcot Sleepwalkers NiecePenguin£3.00vg1954
tcot Smoking ChimneyPocket Book£2.50
tcot Stuttering BishopPenguin£2.50vg1961
tcot Sulky GirlPan£2.50vg
tcot Sunbathers DiaryPan£2.50vg
tcot Terrified TypistPan£2.50vg-1964
tcot Vagabond VirginBag 27£2.50
tcot Vagabond VirginPan£3.50f1968
tcot Velvet ClawsPan£3.50vg+1960
tcot Waylaid WolfPan£2.50vg1968
The Bigger They ComePocket Book£1.00g+1943
The D.A. Cooks a GoosePocket Book£2.50vg1949
The DA Breaks a SealPenguin£2.50vg
The DA Breaks an EggPan£3.00f1959
The DA Takes a ChancePan£3.00vg
Top of the HeapCorgi£1.00g1958
Two CluesPenguin£1.00g

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