In common with most collections of Christie's short stories, this book carried no dedication.
His first book carries the name of that neighborhood.
In the 1960's, paperback books carried advertisements for things like cigarettes and writers' schools.
The two firms remained independent, but the books carried both imprints.
The book looked old and carried with it a small cache that kept the pages together.
Both books carry the same message: you are lost if you cannot read.
As with most of Christie's short story collections, this book carried no dedication.
However, all six books carry a strong romance element.
The book and its illustrations carry an air of triumph.
The book carried the same title and appeared in two published editions.