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The Book of Revelation [SIGNED] by Rupert Thomson - Signed First Edition - 1999 - from Tarrington Books and

The Book of Revelation [SIGNED]

by Rupert Thomson

Condition: Very Good Plus

London: Bloomsbury, 1999. 1st Edition . Very Good Plus. 6 x 8.25 inches (15.5 x 21.5 cm). Signed by Author. Lacking jacket. Small bump to foot of spine, otherwise in excellent condition throughout. Signed (without dedication) by the author to title page. Overall condition is Very Good Plus. Size: 6 x 8.25 inches (15.5 x 21.5 cm). Hardback. Printed pages: 264

Rupert Thomson is the author of five previous novels -- of which Soft!, The Insult, Air & Fire , and The Five Gates of Hell are available in Vintage paperback. He lives in London. From the Hardcover edition.


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