Book Condition: Very Good+ in Fair dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author
Publisher: New York: Little Brown & Company, 1942.
First edition, first printing, published July 1942 in Very Good+ condition in fair, somewhat tattered dust-jacket with a number of tears, some tape-repaired. Signed by author Clayton Rawson on the front end paper. A rather scarce signed first edition.
"In Rawson's No Coffin for the Corpse, The Great Merlini is called upon to make good, with Death sitting in judgement on his success or failure. Any mystery lover who has not met Merlini will find here a clever, breathless, and witty introduction to a fascinating and able gentleman." (from the dust-jacket) ; [viii], 279,  pages.