47 Oxford Street, the birthplace of Vincent Starrett
Volume 23. The Vincent Starrett Memorial Library Series
Who can resist this opening sentence? "I was born in a bookshop or so close to it as to be able to claim the distinction." This is the first line of the classic autobiography of Vincent Starrett, the Toronto-born, Chicago-based bookman who was celebrated in his day for his "Books Alive" newspaper columns and his many volumes of detective fiction.
Illustrated with photographs and a frontispiece portrait by Jean Pierre Cagnat. Includes Addendum from the Archives in Minnesota and Index.
Hardcover, 318 pp.
ISBN 978-1-55246-130-3 Planned for 2016
The Other Volumes in The Vincent Starrett Memorial Library