By Ian Fleming; Morris Cargill (Ed)
London   Andre Deutsch
9.5" by 6" 240pp
A fine, first edition copy of Ian Fleming's depiction of a country he had a great love for; Jamaica.
By Ian Fleming; Morris Cargill (Ed)

1965 Ian Fleming Introduces Jamaica

London   Andre Deutsch
9.5" by 6" 240pp
A fine, first edition copy of Ian Fleming's depiction of a country he had a great love for; Jamaica.
Special Price £100.00 Regular Price £125.00
: 1kgs / : 737L38

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Description

The first edition, first impression.

With the original dustwrapper, which is price clipped.

Illustrated throughout, with photographs of people, beaches, and produce of Jamaica. 

Jamaica was the setting of several James Bond novels, and it is a country that truly captured the imagination of this prolific author. Fleming spent most of every year at his home 'Goldeneye' where he wrote all of his Bond books. This work explains the author's own relationship with the country, and a general picture of the pleasures of living there.

A wonderful work which gives a contextual understanding to Fleming's writing.

Condition

In the publisher's original cloth binding. With price clipped dustwrapper. Externally, fine. Dustwrapper is in an excellent condition. Minor shelfwear to edges. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean.

Fine

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