London: Michael Joseph,, 1983. Octavo. Original black boards, spine lettered in gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled; an excellent copy in the bright jacket. First edition, first impression. Signed by the author on the half-title; this is number 66 of 100 copies signed by the author at a signing session on 10 October 1983. With the signing information slip and special bag laid-in.
UK: Michael Joseph, 1983. FINE condition in FINE dust jacket. HARDCOVER. 1983. FIRST EDITION. Bound in black boards with gold titles in black pictorial dust jacket. Square and tight, UNREAD, original price intact. Horseracing and the nasty business of kidnapping.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.
NY: Putnam, 1984. FINE condition in FINE dust jacket. HARDCOVER. 1984. FIRST EDITION. AS NEW, bound in mustard-yellow cloth and boards wrapped in red and yellow dust jacket with head-on horse and jockey art work. Square and tight, UNREAD, original price intact. Light toning to inside edges of dust jacket, else FINE. Horseracing and the nasty business of kidnapping.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.
Michael Joseph, London., 1983. First edition. Octavo. 272 pages. A crime novel.Inscribed by the author on the half-title page: ''24 Nov. '83 - Very happy birthday Julia. Dick Francis''.Tail of spine slightly bumped. Near fine in fine dustwrapper.
London - Michael Joseph, 1983 Book. NEAR FINE with a. Hardcover. First edition.. A first edition of this crime thriller by Dick Francis. An author's presentation copy, with an ink inscription to a label on front free endpaper reading, 'Best wishes, Dick Francis'. Condition: In a cloth covered binding with original price-clipped dustwrapper. Externally, lovely condition. Dustwrapper is clean and bright. Internally, firmly bound, bright and clean with slight marks to inscribed label on front free endpaper. Overall: NEAR FINE with a FINE dustwrapper.
NY: Putnam, 1984. FINE condition in NEAR FINE dust jacket. HARDCOVER. 1984. FIRST EDITION. AS NEW, bound in mustard cloth and boards, in red and yellow stylized dust jacket. Square and tight, UNREAD, original price intact. Wrap shows light toning to reverse and edgewear across the top, else FINE. Horseracing and the nasty business of kidnapping.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.
FRANCIS, Dick. THE DANGER [A Novel]. London:: Michael Joseph,, 1983. First edition. . A near fine copy in near fine dust jacket; pictorial jacket is rubbed at crown of spine, with two tiny edge tears, else fresh and bright. . Inscribed, and signed, by Dick Francis: "Michael Hi!/ Dick Francis" (on the title page). Octavo, black cloth, 272 pages.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1984. Hardcover. Small 4to. Yellow cloth spine and yellow paper over boards, pictorial dust jacket. 320pp. Near fine/very good. Slightest bit of mild jacket edgewear; jacket spine slightly sunned. A tight and attractive first edition of this equestrian whodunit, inscribed and signed by the author large and bold on the half-title page: "Apl. '84 / Hi Liz! / Many thanks for the / interview. / Very best wishes / Dick Francis."
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1984 The Danger by Dick Francis...... Published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1984, first edition. 248 pages. ------------------------------ CONDITION ------------------------------ Hardback book - Hinges are secure with no cracking - Binding is in very good condition with no bumping, wearing, marking or staining - Dust-jacket is protected by a removeable mylar cover & is in good condition with some small white marks on the back flap, some very light white marking caused by creasing to the jacket at the head of the spine and at the corners of both flaps, no tearing, no other marking or staining and has been price-clipped - In very good condition throughout with no tearing, marking or staining - Binding is tight and square and all contents are present - A very clean copy (Baz). First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
nbsp;London - Michael Joseph, 1983 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition.. This is a lovely first edition copy in a dustwrapper. A beautiful Italian girl driving home in an open top sports car, a little boy playing on a south Coast beach and the Senior Steward of the Jockey Club on his way to a press reception in Baltimore. One after the other they suffer the same nightmare ordeal - kidnapping. But there is one thing connecting these particular cases. For the Italian girl is a jockey and the little boy an only son of a race horse owner. A picture of the person behind this interanational chain of crime starts to emerge - a lover of Verdi, a man with a cool and calculating brain and an aficionado of the racing world. Andrew Doublas, brought in to advise and help the vicitms and their families, proceeds with all his customary diplomacy and courage. Only to find himself playing a dangerous part: the role usually reserved for his clients. . . Dick Francis is a former National Hunt jockey. Condition: There is very slight wear to the extremitiesand the internalpages are bright and clean. The dustwrapper has not been price-clipped. Overall, the condition of this book isnear finein a fine dustwrapper..
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