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The Satanic Verses
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The Satanic Verses

by Rushdie, Salman

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Viking. First edition published by Viking in 1988. This is a very near fine copy. The jacket is completely unfaded, a very rare attribute with most copies having some sunning at the spine. This copy is the same deep blue tone across all of the jacket. There is tiny amounts of wear to the corner tips. The book is in excellent condition with only a very small handful of tiny flecks to the text block. The copyright page shows a full number line down to 1 as called for, for a first edition. The author Salman Rushdie has signed his name without dedication to the title page. Signed copies have become uncommon in recent times and are scarce in this very near fine condition.  Rushdie's award winning book that has been perceived as blasphemous by some. It has caused controversy and censorship in a handful of countries. Rushdie has been the target of attacks and attempted assassination over it. It was his fourth book where he continued to write within the realms of magic realism. A scarce book… Read More
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Saturday Night & Sunday Morning
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Saturday Night & Sunday Morning

by Sillitoe, Alan

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W.H. Allen. SILLITOE, Alan  Saturday Night & Sunday Morning  London: W. H. Allen, 1958 8vo., brick-red publisher's boards, spine lettered in gilt with publisher's device to foot; illustrative dust jacket printed in black, white and red (13s. 6d. net) designed by Mona Moore; pp. [vii], 8-213, [iii]; a near-fine copy, a couple of spots to outer edge and prelims, with light corner creasing to the first few pages, and very mildly pushed to spine tips; with previous ownership name in blue biro to ffep; in the unclipped dust jacket which has a couple of very small nicks and chips to spine tips and edges of folds; one slightly longer closed tear running horizontally to the rear panel (3.5cm approx); retaining all of its brightness to front panel and spine; very good.  First edition, boldly signed in black by the author to the title page. The author's debut novel, which won the Author's Club First Novel Award.  A story of two parts, the second being… Read More
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Scamp
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Scamp

by Camberton, Roland

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John Lehmann. 8vo., orange publisher's cloth, with painted green labels decorated in gilt to spine; complete in the original publisher's dust jacket designed by John Minton (9s. 6d. net); pp. [iv], 5-256, endpapers lightly offset; pages evenly, and marginally, toned, a little spotting to the half-title; else a very good copy with slight compression to extremities, the jacket retaining much of its brightness, light nicks and chips to spine ends; verso a little browned; ever-so-slightly dulled along the spine. First edition of Camberton's first novel. Scamp is set in Bloomsbury, Soho, and Fitzrovia, and tells the story of Ivan Ginsberg, who occupies at rat-infested bathroom-kitchen attempting to write stories for a stillborn literary magazine. The novel received mixed reviews upon publication, with Maclaren-Ross claiming that its author "appeared to be devoid of any narrative gift". It was, however, awarded the Somerset Maugham prize the following year. On meeting his… Read More
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The Second-Best Children in the World
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The Second-Best Children in the World

by Ardizzone, Edward; Lavin, Mary

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Longman, Young. LAVIN, Mary [Edward ARDIZZONE, Illus.] London: Longman Young Books, 1972 Crown 4to., white boards lettered in black, with colour illustration by Ardizzone to both upper and lower covers (repeating those on p. 18 and 27); black lettering to spine; in repeat dust wrapper (£1.35 net); [unpaginated]; printed on white cartridge paper, with 34 colour wash drawings in sepia line; some very light spotting to upper portion of boards; mild compression to foot of spine; else a near-fine,  very clean copy, in like dust jacket which has some corresponding markings to the upper portion, and a couple of small stains to lower panel. A very fresh example. Provenance: Printer's file copy, with sticker marked W. S. Cowell, Ltd., together with their emblem of a seahorse, affixed to the front paste-down. With boxes 'Text, illustrations, cover, binding, jacket' all sometime ticked in blue biro.  First edition, signed by the illustrator, presumably for the printer to the… Read More
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September Road to Caithness
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September Road to Caithness

by B.B. (Watkins-Pitchford, Denys)

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Nicholas Kaye. First edition published by Nicholas Kaye in 1962. This is a near fine copy. The jacket is crisp and with very little wear at all. There are some handling marks to the back panel otherwise it is excellent and hasn't been price clipped. The book is also in similar condition with only faint foxing marks to the upper text block and handling wear to the first couple of pages. This copy has been signed by BB without dedication to the title page. Overall a collectible near fine copy and rare to find signed.  BB takes a long trip around the remote Scottish Highlands. He has provided 72 black and white illustrations to accompany his recollections of what he saw. A lovely book and particularly so signed and in this condition.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1962.
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Shocks!
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Shocks!

by Blackwood, Algernon

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Grayson & Grayson. London: Grayson & Grayson, 1935 8vo., black publisher's cloth lettered in gilt along backstrip; preserved in the rare and genuinely superb dust jacket, featuring a man surrounded by ghosts, and a sinister figure in the window along the spine; pp. [viii], 9-300, [ii]; title featuring publisher's rose device; a wonderful copy, mildly spotted to outer edge and ffep, with some light offsetting to the first couple of pages; spine tips very mildly pushed; the jacket in superior condition, with a couple of small nicks and chips to edges, particularly to foot of spine; one small hole to rear fold; slightly larger chip to lower panel, running to two closed tears; marginal rubbing and dirtying to the lower panel; very good, still, and unusual in such condition; housed in a custom-made leather-backed clamshell case in cream cloth, with contrasting black leather label gilt to spine.  First edition. A rare work on the supernatural by Blackwood, who here presents a… Read More
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The Silver Sword
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The Silver Sword

by Serraillier, Ian

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Jonathan Cape. First edition published by Jonathan Cape in 1956. This is a very good or better copy. The jacket is no chips or loss except it is price clipped. There is minimal wear to the spine ends and corners. On the reverse of the jacket is a watermark. The book has a gift inscription on the front free end paper. The boards have a pushed corner but otherwise are clean as are the pages. The book is very good or better. An award winning children's novel set in the second world war. It is brilliantly illustrated by C. Walter Hodges. . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1956.
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Single & Single
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Single & Single

by Le Carre, John

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Hodder and Stoughton. London: Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., 1999  8vo., bright red publisher's boards, backstrip lettered in gilt, with navy endpapers, gold ribbon marker, and unclipped pictorial dust jacket (£9.99) with cover illustration by Andy Bridge, and a brooding black and white photograph of the author to the lower flap by The Douglas Brothers; tiny white mark to upper board, mild compression, ribbon marker a touch frayed, otherwise an essentially fine copy, apparently unread.  Much coveted by Le Carre collectors, this the rare promotional edition, signed by the author to the title page. With full number line 1-10 denoting first impression, this version is the true first, appearing before the release of the trade edition, and with the 'juggling' artwork for the jacket which was later replaced by a gold and black version featuring a spiral staircase.  John Le Carre was the pen name for David J. M. Cornwell, who worked for the Secret Service during WWII as… Read More
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Siren Land
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Siren Land

by Douglas, Norman

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J.M. Dent & Sons. First edition published by J.M Dent and Sons in 1911. This is a very good or better copy. The green cloth boards are in excellent shape with no bumps or marks. The spine is lettered in gilt along with a gilt motif. The front board is lettered in black. A first issue copy. The pages have scattered foxing in places and the front and last end papers have lighter square patches where perhaps a wrapper or insert had sat. All illustrations are present.  1500 copies of the author's first travel book were printed but around 900 were pulped, making copies in decent condition quite rare. Douglas documents his journey through southern Italy. He discusses mythology, folklore, ghosts and patron saints along with a history of the region and detailing of the landscape.  . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1911.
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The Sirens of Titan
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The Sirens of Titan

by Vonnegut, Kurt Jr

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London: Gollancz. FIRST UK EDITION. The wrapper is in excellent condition with very little marks. The spine is lightly toned. There is minimal rubbling to the spine ends. The wrapper has not been price clipped. The boards are without wear. There is light spotting to the side text block and a smattering towards the end of the top text block. The pages are clean and without browning or foxing and there is no previous owners ink. Overall a near fine copy.  Vonnegut's second novel about a martian invasian of earth. A rare title to find and particularly so in this near fine condition.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1962.
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Six Cartoons - signed association copy [along with] the original manuscript
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Six Cartoons - signed association copy [along with] the original manuscript

by O'Flaherty, Liam; Lowe, Alfred; Fabes, Gilbert

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W and G Foyles Limited. LOWE, Alfred; Liam O'FLAHERTY [Intro.]; Gilbert FABES [Fwd.] Six Cartoons London: W. and G. Foyle Limited, 1930 Large square Folio; publisher's drab boards with paper label printed and decorated in black pasted to upper board; together in the fragile matching dust jacket; unpaginated [pp.xxiv]; the six illustrations showing James Barrie, Arnold Bennett, Gilbert Chesterton, Rudyard Kipling, George Bernard Shaw and H. G. Wells respectively; boards toned to edges and backstrip; lightly beginning to split at spine tips; cracking to the gutter, internally, but holding; a few light spots and finger marks, internally, lower edge of the Barrie portrait nicked, but the plates otherwise very fresh; endpapers lightly mottled with some bubbling; the jacket as usual toned, nicked and creased with some longer closed tears and splits, some repaired internally with tape; small ink number to upper panel; very good overall. Provenance: G.M. Thomas' name and date to ffep. … Read More
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Skytip
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Skytip

by Ambler, Eric; Rodda, Charles; Reed, Eliot

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Hodder & Stoughton. First edition published by Hodder & Stoughton in 1951. A very good copy. The striking Leslie Wood designed dust wrapper has three mended tears, one to the bottom of the front panel and two to the top corners. All three have been mended to the reverse of the jacket with archival tape. The wrapper is in complete condition and is not price clipped displaying 9/6 net on the inside flap. The publishers original maroon cloth boards are in nice condition. It is a tight and square copy, unmarked by ink. There is light flecking to the text block and some browning to the first couple of pages. Overall a very good copy. A respectable copy of this very rare espionage / murder mystery novel. It is the first one of five penned pseudonymously by Eric Ambler and Charles Rodda. It has become rare to find Eliot Reed novels of late, and in particular the early ones including this one.  . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1951.
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The Snail and a Whale
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The Snail and a Whale

by Donaldson, Julia

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Macmillan. London: Macmillan (2003). First edition. 4to., glazed pictorial boards in matching dust jacket; 32pp; A very good copy, the lower board with a bump to the edge, the preliminary pages with handling marks, the dust jacket with a short tear to the tail of the spine. The sixth book by the winning combination of Julia Donaldson and Illustrator Axel Scheffler. The story of a tiny snail saving the day on the back of a humpback whale - it was adapted by the BBC in 2019. . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 2003.
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So Long and Thanks for all the Fish
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So Long and Thanks for all the Fish

by Adams, Douglas

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Pan. 8vo., black boards with backstrip lettered in silver; together in the dust jacket featuring a holographic image of an elephant seal [?] and a dinosaur; pp. [vi], 7-191, [i]; a near-fine copy, slightly bumped to foot of spine, a couple of trivial spots to the upper edge; ink stamp '419' to the ffep; aside from very minor shelf-wear to jacket, fine. First edition, signed by the author, and dated in the year of publication. Loosely inserted is also a flyer from the signing at Forbidden Planet, London, on Saturday 1st December [1984]. The fourth book in the Hitch Hiker's series, the book marks a shift in tone from Adam's previously cynical depiction of modern technology. Adams had purportedly been taken to a computer fair, in which he became enamored with the first model of the Macintosh, and became one of the first people in the UK to own a Mac. "So long and thanks for all the fish" was the dolphin's final message as they departed Earth, just before it was… 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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South Riding
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South Riding

by Holtby, Winifred

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Collins. First edition published by Collins in 1936. A very good copy. Dustjacket with design by J.L. Carstairs, chipped to corners and spine ends with the odd nick, spine panel faded. Original green cloth, spine lettered in purple and a little faded at tips, top edge green largely faded, a few smalls spots to edges and foxing to preliminary pages, lower edge roughtrimmed, faint partial browning to free endpapers and a few faint spots.  Winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction and the author's key title. . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1936.
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The Spanish Farm Trilogy consisting of: The Spanish Farm; Sixty-Four Ninety-Four!; The Crime at...
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The Spanish Farm Trilogy consisting of: The Spanish Farm; Sixty-Four Ninety-Four!; The Crime at Vanderlyndens

by Mottram, R.H.

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Chatto & Windus. MOTTRAM, R. H.  The Spanish Farm Trilogy: The Spanish Farm; Sixty-Four, Ninety-Four!; The Crime at Vanderlynden's London: Chatto & Windus, 1924-6  8vo.., 3 vols., publisher's red cloth gilt to spines; with top edges stained red; all complete in the illustrative dust jackets, with Vivien Gribble providing the cover image to Vol I; printed in black and red, priced to spines; pp. [viii], ix-xi, [iii], 3-233, [vii, ads.]; [iv], v-vii, [i], 300, [viii, ads.]; [iv], 219, [i]; very good copies all, with a few bumps to extremities, endleaves and half titles offset; slight lean to Vol II; Vol III a little more spotted to outer edges and prelims; with original publisher's advertisement leaflet loosely laid-in to Vol I; the jackets for the most part very good, Vol I close to near-fine, with some light browning, creasing and chipping; some of the panels a little more soiled, with some nicks, Vols II and III a little more chipped to spine tips; Provenance:… Read More
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Spook Stories
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Spook Stories

by Benson, E.F.

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Hutchinson & Co. London: Hutchinson & Co. First edition. 8vo., original publishers maroon cloth boards, with pale blue lettering on the spine and upper panel. Motif in same pale blue of a hanged man. without the scarce jacket; pp. 286; A near fine copy. There are three variant bindings, with no priority these being a blue binding blocked in black, an orange binding blocked in black and this maroon binding blocked in pale blue. The first 3 or 4 leaves are foxed. Otherwise it is an excellent copy. The boards and contents are in superb condition.  A collection of twelve supernatural tales, including highly regarded short stories "and no bird sings", "the face" and "the temple".    . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1928.
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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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Stations
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Stations

by Heaney, Seamus

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Ulsterman Publications. First edition published by Ulsterman Publications in 1975. This is a near fine copy. The wrappers and pages are in a clean and presentable condition with only minor handling wear. This copy has been inscribed by Heaney to dutch translator Peter Nijmeijer. It reads "Seamus Heaney for Peter Nijmeijer with good wishes and gratitude June 1977 in Rotterdam." Heaney has also made a correction to the text on page 5. Heaney and Peter Nijmeijer were friends for many years, and Nijmeijer would translate several of Heaney's works for the dutch market. [Brandes & Durkan A10] . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1975.
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