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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 Old Devils
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The Old Devils

by Amis, Kingsley

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Hutchinson. First edition published by Hutchinson in 1986. This is a near fine copy. The wrapper only has very minor wear. It is complete and unclipped. The spine is unfaded. It is the first state jacket without the booker flash. The promotional wraparound band has a single crease along the spine, presumably where a previous owner has folded it and tucked it inside the book. The book itself in brown cloth, is excellent, with one corner that has been gently pushed. The pages are clean and without marks.  The booker prize winning novel from 1986. This book is rare as it retains the promotional band and is signed by Kingsley Amis to the title page.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1986.
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Old Perisher
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Old Perisher

by Ardizzone, Edward; Ross, Diana

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Faber & Faber. London: Faber and Faber, 1965 Large 4to., illustrated pictorial paper-covered boards featuring an image of a cat in a flower bed by Ardizzone; in repeat dust wrapper (heavily price clipped, with overlaid publisher's price sticker of £1.95 net); [unpaginated]; illustrated throughout with line drawings in both black and white and full colour; a near-fine copy, spine slightly rolled, upper edge a trifle spotted, with some very minor marking to the gutters of ffeps; in like jacket, very minor creases and nicks, one small closed tear to head of spine neatly repaired internally with archival tape.  First edition. A charming tale concerning a troublesome cat in the Corporation gardens.  Perhaps best known for her 'Little Red Engine' books, Diana Ross was a children's author, artist and sculptor who also published many books under the pen name of her cat, Gri. Cats were to play a key role in many of her books - as well as Old Perisher she also… Read More
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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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Oranges are not the Only Fruit
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Oranges are not the Only Fruit

by Winterson, Jeanette

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Pandora Press. London: Pandora Press, 1985 8vo., publisher's printed card wraps, featuring a wrap-around image designed by Marion Dalley, with an illustration by Sue Sluglett; pp. [viii], ix, [iii], 3-176, [vi]; a very good copy with some light scratches, creasing, and sunning to the backstrip; price sticker printed 'G5J' partially covering the barcode to the lower panel; pages a touch toned to extremities, and a couple of very light spots to the fore-edge; a lightly read copy. First edition, issued as such in softcover format. A semi-autobiographical coming-of-age novella based on the author's life growing up in Accrington, Lancashire. The story follows Jeanette, a young girl brought up by a zealous mother who believes her life is intended for missionary work, but who falls for one of the coverts and leaves behind her family and home for the woman she loves. Winterson later stated that her mother wrote her a "furious note" upon publication. Oranges are not the Only Fruit won the Whitbread Award for a… Read More
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Ordeal by Innocence
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Ordeal by Innocence

by Christie, Agatha

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Collins Crime Club. First edition published by Collins Crime Club in 1958. This is a near fine copy. The jacket is quite crisp with very little wear at all. It has been price clipped and there are a couple of faint marks on the front panel. The edges have the occasional rubbing mark. The book is particularly nice, with no wear at all. There are no ink or foxing marks. It is a highly collectible copy.  [Wagstaff & Poole p212] . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1958.
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Our Man in Havana
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Our Man in Havana

by Greene, Graham

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Heinemann. London: Heinemann (1958). First edition.  8vo., blue cloth boards, gilt lettering to the spine, with the original dust jacket; pp. [viii] 3-273 [i]; A very good copy. The Donald Green jacket hasn't been price clipped. There is light edgewear and three small tears to the spine ends and a corner. The bottom of the lower panel is creased. The lower panel has some light browning marks.  The author's pot shot at the intelligence agencies, set in Cuba during the Batista regime and with the cold war as the backdrop. Greene's comedy was made into a film in 1959 starring Alex Guinness as the vacuum salesman turned spy.    . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1958.
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