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The Tailor of Panama by  John  (David John Moore Cornwell) Le Carre - First edition - 1996 - from Evening Star Books and Biblio.com

The Tailor of Panama

by Le Carre, John (David John Moore Cornwell)

Condition: Fine/Fine


London: Hodder & Stoughton (1996), 1996. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 8vo. [8], 9-410, [6] pp. Blue textured paper-covered boards quarter-bound in grey cloth with gold lettering on the spine, illustrated endpapers and pastedowns. Bookmark bound in by the publisher. Price of £16.99 on front flap of jacket. Ahearn APG 023a. An exceptional copy of this later Le Carre novel.


John le Carré was born in 1931. After attending the universities of Berne and Oxford, he taught at Eton and spent five years in the British Foreign Service. The Spy Who Came In from the Cold , his third book, secured him a worldwide reputation. He divides his time between England and the Continent. From the Hardcover edition.




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