By Len Deighton; Edward Milward-Oliver; Victor Pettitt; Margaret Pettitt
London   Jonathan Cape
9" by 6"
A well presented set of first editions, comprised of the works of Len Deighton, as well as a bibliography of his work.
By Len Deighton; Edward Milward-Oliver; Victor Pettitt; Margaret Pettitt

1968-1985 Collection of Len Deighton Novels

London   Jonathan Cape
9" by 6"
A well presented set of first editions, comprised of the works of Len Deighton, as well as a bibliography of his work.
£495.00
: 8kgs / : 881Q13

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First Edition, Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding, With Dustwrapper

First edition, in a smart, black cloth binding with the original dust wrappers and decorative endpapers. 

Seven of this collection are works written by British author, Len Deighton, who is most known for his novels on espionage and military history. His other works include The Ipcress File, Horse Under Water and Funeral in Berlin. He is also known for writing a number of cookery books.

This collection is comprised of the following:

'Len Deighton's Continental Dossier' (1968). A collection of cultural, culinary, historical, spooky, grim and preposterous facts, compiled by Victor and Margaret Pettitt. This work is a hardback, with no dust wrapper, as issued. With a folding map to the rear. 

'Bomber' (1970).

'Declarations of War' (1971).

'Close Up' (1972).

'Spy Story' (1974).

'Yesterday's Spy' (1975).

'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Spy', (1976).

'Goodbye Mickey Mouse' (1982).

'An Annotated Bibliography' (1985). By Edward Milward-Oliver.

In striking dust wrappers designed by English graphic designer and author, Raymond Hawkey.

Condition

All volumes except 'Continental Dossier' are in the publisher's original cloth binding with the original dust wrappers, which have been price-clipped. Externally, very smart, with light bumping to the spine and extremities, and the odd mark. Light marks to 'Len Deighton's Continental Dossier'. Dust wrappers are very smart, with light edge wear and the odd chip or tear. Sunning to the wrap. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and clean.

Near Fine

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