1966 Free Fall
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Early Edition, Signed
An early edition of the novel, which is signed by the author to the first leaf.
'Free Fall' is written in the first person and is a self-examination of fictional painter Samuel Mountjoy, who is held in a German POW camp during the Second World War.
This early reprint of the novel is from the Penguin 3'6 series.
A smart copy of this work, by an important British novelist, best known for his debut novel 'Lord of the Flies'.
In the publisher's original wraps. Externally, smart, with light bumping to the extremities and to the head and tail of spine. Sunning to the spine. Signed by the author to the first leaf. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are age toned due to paper used. Pages are clean.
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