there are almost no surprises.
front endpaper/foredge (detail, sw)
The Journal of Medical Research XVI (New Series, XI; March to July 1907)
Harvard copy, digitized May 4, 2007
same at archive.org (minus the glitch)
In the absence of lacunae I find there is only one way to extricate : reach further back and see where it leads. Dig in, please, there are almost no surprises.
— Jack Cox, Dodge Rose (2016) : 53
in the absence of lacunae; en passant; fore-edge glitch; Jack Cox