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The Rabbit Angstrom Tetralogy consisting of : Rabbit Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit is Rich; Rabbit at...
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The Rabbit Angstrom Tetralogy consisting of : Rabbit Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit is Rich; Rabbit at Rest

by Updike, John

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Alfred Knopf. First editions published by Alfred Knopf between 1960 and 1990. This is a superb very near fine set. The first volume Rabbit Run (1960) is in near fine condition. There is minor scuffing marks to the top of the spine of the dust wrapper. Otherwise it is excellent. It is a first state wrapper priced at $4.00. The other three novels Rabbit Redux (1971), Rabbit is Rich (1981) and Rabbit at Rest (1990) are all in wonderful fine condition. All four volumes have been signed directly to the page by the author John Updike. A superb very near fine first edition set and very rare with the author's signature in all volumes. Updike's key novels about anti hero Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom. Updike takes a comical and retrospective look at the relentless questing life of Rabbit against the background of major events in the latter half of the 20th century. His first novel Rabbit Run, is the novel most associated with Updike but Rabbit is Rich and Rabbit at Rest both won the author… Read More
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The Raj Quartet consisting of The Jewel in the Crown; The Day of the Scorpion; The Towers of...
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The Raj Quartet consisting of The Jewel in the Crown; The Day of the Scorpion; The Towers of Silence; A Division of the Spoils

by Scott, Paul

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Heinemann. The Raj Quartet (Four volumes) all first editions published by Heinemann between 1966 and 1975. A rare near fine set. Consisting of 1. The Jewel in the Crown (1966). A near fine copy. The jacket is faded to the spine and has one small tear to the top right hand corner of the front panel. Otherwise the wrapper is not clipped and it is quite crisp and without any other wear. The book itself is in excellent condition with no wear at all. It is square and firm. As nice a copy as you would find with this book. 2. The Day of the Scorpion (1968). A near fine copy. Price clipped. There is a patch of browning on the front free end paper. The boards have the odd light mark, otherwise again it is an excellent copy. 3. The Towers of Silence (1971) an excellent near fine copy with only very minor handling wear. Not price clipped. 4. A division of the spoils (1975) a near fine copy. A small previous owner's bookplate to the inside board. Price clipped by the publisher with reprice sticker… Read More
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Reach for the Sky - Signed by Douglas Bader
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Reach for the Sky - Signed by Douglas Bader

by Bader, Douglas; Brickhill, Paul

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Collins. First edition published by Collins in 1954. This is a very good or better copy. The jacket is not price clipped displaying 16s. net on the inside flap. The spine is a shade toned. There is minor wear to the spine ends and corners. The blue cloth boards of the book are in very good shape. The binding is square and tight. There is a previous owner's name and date to the half title page. On the front free end paper, R.A.F pilot Douglas Bader has signed his name without dedication.  The life story / biography of fighter pilot and Battle of Britain hero Douglas Bader, written by Paul Brickhill (author of Dam Busters and The Great Escape). A rare copy signed by Bader.  . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1954.
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Rhyme Stew
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Rhyme Stew

by Dahl, Roald

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Jonathan Cape. FIRST UK EDITION. Published by Jonathan Cape in 1989. Original dark blue linson boards lettered gilt to spine, preserved in pictorial dustwrapper; illustrated throughout with drawings in monochrome by Blake; a near fine copy in a similarly bright and clean, unclipped, dustwrapper (£7.95); internally fresh with no previous owners marks. There is a light and short vertical crease to top edge of 4 or 5 leaves towards the end of the book. This near fine copy is signed by Roald Dahl in characteristic bold green felt pen to the front free endpaper and so very rare with these attributes. . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 2nd Printing. 1989.
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Roads to Glory
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Roads to Glory

by Aldington, Richard

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Chatto & Wndus. 8vo., brown publisher's cloth lettered in gilt to spine; upper edge stained brown; complete in the striking original dust jacket designed by Paul Nash (7s. 6d. net); pp. [x], 3-278, [vi, ads.]; end papers very mildly offset; perhaps a little creased along spine, but otherwise a near fine example, the jacket a touch toned in places, with minor chipping to head/foot of spine and edges of folds; the illustrations retaining all of their brightness; a very fresh copy overall. First edition. Thirteen short stories based on his experiences in the war. Aldington was first sent to the front in December 1916, and during his time there wrote a number of essays and poems, though his experiences of gas in the trenches had a profound impact on both his life, and of course his writing. Alongside Images of War and Images of Desire, Roads to Glory was one of his first publications following his return home, and explores themes of fate, rivalry, and haunting regret. "We pass and… Read More
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Ross Poldark
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Ross Poldark

by Graham, Winston

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Ward, Lock & Co.. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Limited, 1945 8vo., salmon pink publisher's cloth, backstrip lettered in black; in the original unclipped pictorial dust jacket (8/6 net), with wraparound image showing a view of Cornwall; pp. [iv], 5-352; a very good copy, corners bumped; spine sunned; internally very good with the odd spot and near-contemporary ownership name and date to the front paste-down; the totally unrestored jacket very good, backstrip sunned, general shelf wear and browning, with creasing along folds and upper edge, edges a little rubbed, with small nicks and chips to head of spine. First edition, on wartime economy paper. The first book in the Poldark series "which started it all". Graham had moved to Cornwall in 1925 and, as an aspiring writer, was highly influenced by the landscape around him. He spent the next 34 years in the county, and it was there that he began writing the series for which he would become famous. In 1939 he married, and his wife became the… Read More
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Round the Fire Stories
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Round the Fire Stories

by Doyle, Arthur Conan

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Smith, Elder & Co.. First edition published by Smith, Elder and Co in 1908. This is a near fine copy. The boards are in excellent condition with very little wear at all. The deep red cloth has an even tone throughout including the spine. There is a faint cup ring mark on the back board. The odd corner tip is rubbed. The book is square and the pages are tight to the binding. The pages are also very clean and white, with no foxing or previous owners marks. Overall rare as it is in near fine collectible condition.  17 short stories by Conan Doyle about, in his words, the grotesque and the terrible. Includes the story - the beetle hunter. . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1908.
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Russia in the Shadows
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Russia in the Shadows

by Wells, H.G.

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Hodder & Stoughton. First UK edition published by Hodder & Stoughton in 1920. This is a very good copy with the illusive dust wrapper. The wrapper has small slithers of loss to the top and bottom of the spine and to the corners. There are 2 small tears to the front panel. The spine has browned. The price on the spine is showing as 6'- net. The book in red boards has sunning to the spine ends and the corners are lightly rubbed. The first couple of pages have a patch of browning. There are no foxing marks though to the pages or text blocks and no previous owners ink. Overall a very good copy. The unusual and rarely found dust wrapper shows a map of Russia covered in darkness. H.G. Wells writes a series of essays about Russia after he visited there in 1914 and then again in 1920 and these were originally published in The Sunday Express as he was travelling through the country. He met with and had a long conversation with Lenin along with his friend Maxim Gorky. He describes both… Read More
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