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Troubles
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Troubles

by Farrell, J.G.

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Jonathan Cape. London: Jonathan Cape, 1970 8vo., grey publisher's boards, gilt to spine; upper edge red; in the original unclipped pictorial dust jacket (45s/£2.25 net), featuring a design by Bill Botten; pp. [viii], 9-445, [iii]; a near-fine copy, spine tips lightly compressed, edges a touch sunned; with a couple of very light spots to the outer edge, and some pencil markings now erased from the ffep; the very good dust jacket rubbed a little to edges and folds, a touch toned along spine, overall shelf-wear, one small section affecting the lower panel; very minor loss to spine tips, with one closed tear along spine (1.5cm approx); a vibrant example, nonetheless.  First edition, first printing of this Lost Booker Prize-winning work, the first in the Empire Trilogy, which feature an overlap of characters but are otherwise only connected thematically. The Lost Man Booker Prize was a specially-awarded edition of the prize which was decided by public vote in 2010, 40 years after the… Read More
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Soldiers' Pay
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Soldiers' Pay

by Faulkner, William

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Chatto & Windus. First UK edition published by Chatto & Windus in 1930. This is a very good or better copy. The wrapper has small amounts of loss to the top and bottom of the spine. There are two splits to the edge of the inside flap. There is a couple of small chips to the corners along with a tear to the inside lower flap. There are two tiny holes to the spine. Overall though, the jacket is fairly complete and not price clipped. The panels are clean and without marks. The book is in excellent condition, with only a bumped top corner for wear and some light sporadic foxing to the side text block. The dark green top stain is bright and the pages are very clean. Overall a very good or better copy.  Faulkner's first novel, originally published in the US in 1926, it wouldn't be until 1930 that it was published in the UK and most likely in a small print run. The novel on the front wrapper exclaims "Not a War Book", it follows a wounded aviator's return home,… Read More
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Birdsong
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Birdsong

by Faulks, Sebastian

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Bloomsbury. London: Hutchinson, 1993 Large 8vo., forest green publisher's boards, backstrip lettered in silver with publisher's device to foot; housed in the original unclipped pictorial dust jacket (£14.99 net), with black and white photograph of the author looking rather pleased with himself to the lower flap; jacket designed by Garner Russell, with cover image taken from the Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Paris; pp. [x], 3-407, [i]; some minimal handling wear; a very good copy otherwise; some rubbing to spine tips and a couple of bumps to corners; jacket in near-fine condition, with minimal creasing affecting edges and head of spine; light marking to the lower panel. First edition, with full number line 1-9, signed by the author to the title page. Faulks' first novel, and the one which elevated him to fame, set in two different eras; the first following soldier Stephen Wraysford on the front line in Amiens during the First World War, and the second in the 1970s, when his granddaughter attempts to… Read More
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Three Letters From The Andes
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Three Letters From The Andes

by Fermor, Patrick Leigh

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John Murray. First edition published by John Murray in 1991. This is a fine copy. The jacket is unclipped and without wear. The spine is not faded at all. The book is sharp with no issues. The pages are clean with no foxing or ink marks. The author Patrick Leigh Fermor has signed his name to the front free end paper. A superb signed copy in fine condition.  . Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1991.
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Hide & Seek
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Hide & Seek

by Fielding, Xan

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Secker & Warburg. First UK edition published by Secker & Warburg in 1954. This is a very good copy. The notoriously fragile wrapper is better than is usually found. There are small amounts of loss to the corners and some wear to the spine ends. The panels of the jacket are clean and it isn't price clipped. The book has a couple of faint marks to the front boards. Otherwise the book is in excellent condition. Overall a very good copy.  The highly illustrative jacket design is by Anthony Baynes. Fielding's account of his activities as a wartime agent in crete during WW2. A rare book to find in this condition.   . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1954.
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On her Majesty's Secret Service
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On her Majesty's Secret Service

by Fleming, Ian

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Jonathan Cape. London: Jonathan Cape, 1963 8vo., brown publisher's cloth, backstrip printed in gilt, with white 'Ski' motif to upper panel; in the original unclipped Richard Chopping dust jacket (16s. net), featuring a black and white illustration of the author to the lower flap; pp. [viii], 9-288; a fresh, bright copy, with minor bumping and scratches to the edge of the text block the only defects; jacket clean and unrestored, with the red lettering to spine, often faded, here bright and clear; some very marginal toning and creasing to extremities, but otherwise an excellent copy.  First edition, first impression. Binding A in brown cloth.  After the mixed reviews arising from his previous book, The Spy Who Loved Me, Fleming endeavored to return to his tried and tested formula with OHMSS. The villain Blofeld reappears, as well as the SPECTRE organisation, and Fleming sets much of the action in Alpine Ski resorts, having recently traveled to Engadine, near St Moritz.… Read More
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You Only Live Twice
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You Only Live Twice

by Fleming, Ian

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Jonathan Cape. London: Jonathan Cape, 1964 8vo., black cloth, japanese characters in gilt to upper board; lettered in silver to backstrip with publisher's device to foot; wood-effect endpapers; in the classic Richard Chopping dust jacket (16s. net) featuring a poisonous toad grasping a dragonfly under the shelter of a pink chrysanthemum; pp. [xiv], 15-255, [i]; essentially a fine copy, some very minor toning to edges of jacket and shelf-wear to the lower panel the only defects.  First edition, first impression, first state. Binding A in black cloth.   The final book in Fleming's 'Blofeld Trilogy', following Thunderball and On Her Majesty's Secret Service. It features the usual descriptions of intelligence-gathering and code-breaking networks which Fleming himself was familiar with, having run covert operations during the war. In the Autumn of 1962 the author had travelled to Japan, adamant that his next novel would be set in the 'Land of the Rising… Read More
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Octopussy and the Living Daylights
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Octopussy and the Living Daylights

by Fleming, Ian

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Jonathan Cape. First edition published by Jonathan Cape in 1966. This is a near fine copy. The first state jacket is complete with no tears or loss. It is unclipped displaying the correct price of 10s. 6d. net. The spine is toned. There is a tiny amount of rubbing to the top edge of the front panel. The boards are in great shape. There is gentle pushing to a small part of the top edge of the upper board. There are no previous owner's plates or inscriptions and no ink. The final james bond novel published posthumously. [Gilbert A14a] . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1966.
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The Spy who Loved Me
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The Spy who Loved Me

by Fleming, Ian

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Jonathan Cape. London: Jonathan Cape, 1962 8vo., black publisher's boards with dagger motif blocked in silver to upper board; lettered in silver along spine with Jonathan Cape device to foot; red endpapers; preserved in the original unclipped Richard Chopping dust jacket (15s. net); pp. [x], 11-221, [iii]; including an illustration of 'Dreamy Pines Motor Court' to p. [vi-vii]; light compression to edges and spine tips; upper edge a trifle spotted; otherwise a very fresh, bright copy; the unrestored jacket near-fine, with light creasing and browning.  First edition, first impression.  The shortest and most sexually explicit of Fleming's Bond novels, told from the perspective of a young woman (Vivienne). The infamous protagonist himself does not appear until halfway through the novel, when he appears to rescue Viv from the clutches of two dangerous criminals. The adult content proved controversial, and reviews were mixed, prompting Fleming to try and suppress reprints… Read More
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