The conjure-man dies / Rudolph Fisher ; with an introduction by Stanley Ellin.
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- ISBN: 9780008216474
- ISBN: 0008216479
- Physical Description: ix, 293 pages ; 20 cm
- Edition: Paperback edition.
- Publisher: London : Collins Crime Club, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2020.
- Copyright: ©1932
"First published by Covici-Friede, New York 1932"--Title page verso.
"The Conjure-man dies was the very first detective novel written by an African-American"--Page  of cover.
Perry Dart, one of Harlem's ten African-American black police detectives, investigates the murder of N'Gana Frimbo, the African conjure-man. Also includes the short story "John Archer's Nose."
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