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The Blake Escape: How we Freed George Blake - and Why by  Michael and Pat Pottle (George Blake) Randle - First Edition - 1989 - from Little Stour Books PBFA and

The Blake Escape: How we Freed George Blake - and Why

by Randle, Michael and Pat Pottle (George Blake)

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Published by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, 19-23 Ludgate Hill, London First Edition 1989. London 1989., 1989. First edition hard back binding in publisher's original black cloth covers, silver lettering to spine. 8vo 9½'' x 6¼'' [vi] 298 printed pages of text. ISBN 0245547819. Monochrome photographic illustrations on glossy silk art paper. Small name to inside front end paper obscured by inner front flap. Near Fine condition book in Fine condition dust wrapper, not price clipped. Dust wrapper supplied in archival acetate film protection. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 0245547819


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