The Third Policeman. London: Macgibbon & Kee, 1967. First edition. Pp, 200. A very good copy in boards, with very good dust jacket with just mild spotting to fore-edge. Voted novel of the year on publication, it received rave reviews as a 'triumph of a book' and 'The magical stimulation of this superbly alert humor, delivered in a prose style of wonderful clarity and full of charm.' The Observer commented 'I think, even with Ulysses and Finnegans Wake behind him, James Joyce might have been envious!'