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Where to Find King Arthur  **first edition
code: FE470
Where to Find King Arthur **first edition
£5.00
Ford, David Nash-Where To Find King Arthur.Berkshire, Nash Ford Publishing, 2005.First Edition, booklet form 24 pp.An illustrated guide to the sites of Arthurian interest and the myths and legends associated with them. Small format in card cover. First in a projected series. Liberally illustrated. -(Please note if paying by cheque, postage on this item is only £1.00 for the UK - refund will be made for any Paypal overpayment).
With All Faults  **first edition**
code: FE1314
With All Faults **first edition**
£12.00
Low, David-Greene, Graham. Introduced by.With All Faults-Tehran, The Amate Press, 1973-Fine in Very Good+ (price-clipped) dustjacket.David Low's often-quoted and amusing book on the world of second-hand booksellers.
With Love and Rage. A Friendship with Iris Murdoch  **first edition**
code: FE1372
With Love and Rage. A Friendship with Iris Murdoch **first edition**
£15.00
Morgan, David-With Love and Rage. A Friendship with Iris Murdoch-Kingston University, 2010-Paperback original (no hardback edition). Fine in illustrated laminated cover.The memoir is described as both David Morgan's final farewell to Iris Murdoch and his loving preservation of his memory of her. They met when he is was studying at the Royal College of Art in the 1960s.See above for Author's Synopsis.
Us  signed first edition (Author of The Year, National Book Award)
code: FE14103
Us "signed first edition" (Author of The Year, National Book Award)
£22.00
Nicholls, David Us. -London, Hodder & Stoughton, 2014-First edition, first printing. Fine in orange decorated boards (without dust jacket as issued).Signed by the author to the title page.Long Listed for the Man Booker Prize. Author of The Year, National Book Awards, 2014. David Nicholls is author of ''One Day''.Soon to be a TV mini-series. -
Mothstorm
code: R1704
Mothstorm
£15.00
Reeve, Philip-Mothstorm-London, Bloomsbury, 2008-First edition, first printing. Fine hardback edition without dust jacket as issued. Illustrated by David Wyatt. Third novel in the Larklight series.
La Belle Sauvage  Volume One The Book of Dust **first edition**
code: P1714
La Belle Sauvage Volume One The Book of Dust **first edition**
£25.00
Pullman, Philip-La Belle Sauvage, Volume One, The Book of Dust.Oxford, David Fickling, 2017.First edition, first printing. Fine as issued in Fine loosely protected dust jacket.Unsigned.
Death & The Jubilee  **signed first edition**
code: CF09
Death & The Jubilee **signed first edition**
£10.00
Dickinson, David.Death & The Jubilee.London, Constable, 2003.Fine/Fine (unread).Signed by author..It is 1897 and England is preparing for the Jubilee. The immense importance of the occasion inevitably brings danger in its wake. Second in the Lord Francis Powerscourt murder mystery series.
Celandine  **signed first edition**
code: FE541
Celandine **signed first edition**
£25.00
Augarde, Steve. Celandine. Oxford, David Fickling, 2005. Fine as issued in Fine dustjacket. Signed by author. Book 2 in ''The Various'' trilogy.
The Various  **signed and dated first edition**
code: FE536
The Various **signed and dated first edition**
£45.00
Augarde, Steve.The Various-Oxford, David Fickling, 2003.Fine in Fine dustjacket.First novel, small print run.Signed and dated (October 2003) by author.
Winter Wood  **signed first edition**
code: FE677
Winter Wood **signed first edition**
£22.00
Augarde, Steve-Winter Wood-Oxford, David Fickling, 2008-First edition, first printing. Fine in Fine dustjacket.Signed by the author. Book 3 of The Various Trilogy.
Black Swan Green  **signed first edition**
code: FE634
Black Swan Green **signed first edition**
£20.00
Mitchell, David-Black Swan Green-London, Sceptre, 2006-Fine (unread) in Fine dustjacket.Signed by the author.Reported to be reprinted before publication, so first edition copies are in demand.''.... thirteen year old Jason Taylor - covert stammerer and reluctant poet - anticipates a stultifying year in the deadest place on earth.''-14th August 2006: Booker Long-listed.
John Le Carre  The Biography.  First Edition
code: FE261015
John Le Carre The Biography. First Edition
£45.00
Adam Sisman-John Le Carre. The Biography.London, Bloomsbury, 2015-First edition, first printing. Fine in Fine dust jacket.Written with exclusive access to David Cornwell, friends and family and to his archives. Heavy book, may therefore be posted by second class mail within the UK.
Aubrey Beardsley, A Slave to Beauty  **first edition**
code: FE170330
Aubrey Beardsley, A Slave to Beauty **first edition**
£12.00
Colvin, David-Aubrey Beardsley, A Slave to Beauty-London, Orion, 1998-First edition. Fine in very near Fine dust jacket.Aubrey Beardsley was the most famous and notorious artist and illustrator of the fin de siècle. He was only 25 when he died of tuberculosis, but his work had a profound effect on his contemporaries, including Oscar Wilde.
Slade House  Signed, numbered, limited first edition in slipcase
code: FE151103
Slade House Signed, numbered, limited first edition in slipcase
£35.00
Mitchell, David-Slade House- London, Sceptre, 2015-Signed, numbered, limited first edition in slipcase.Fine as issued in silver-grey boards with silver-gilt titles to spine, housed in red slipcase with gilt decoration and titles, protected in publisher's unopened shrinkwrap.Described as 'occupying the same universe' as The Bone Clocks, which was long-listed for the Man Booker prize and has just received the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel of 2015.
The Blue Touch Paper  **signed first edition**
code: FE150930
The Blue Touch Paper **signed first edition**
£65.00
Hare, David-The Blue Touch Paper. A Memoir-London, Faber & Faber, 2015-First edition, first printing. Fine in Fine dust jacket.Signed by the author to the title page. Ticket for the signing event loosely laid in.Short-listed for the James Tait Black Memorial Biography Prize.
The Bone Clocks  **signed first edition**
code: FE14108
The Bone Clocks **signed first edition**
£22.00
Mitchell, David-The Bone Clocks-London, Sceptre, 2014-First edition, first printing. Fine in Fine dust jacket.Signed by the author to the title page.Long-listed for the 2014 Man Booker Prize.
The Bone Clocks **signed, numbered and limited first edition
code: FE14095
The Bone Clocks **signed, numbered and limited first edition
£65.00
Mitchell, David-The Bone Clocks-London, Sceptre, 2014-Signed, numbered and limited first edition. Limitation is 500. Fine as issued in yellow boards with silver gilt titles and decoration, housed in grey slipcase with titles and matching decoration and sealed in publisher's film wrap.Man Booker Long List 2014. World Fantasy Award for Best Novel 2015.
X Isle  **signed, dated & inscribed first edition**
code: FE1331
X Isle **signed, dated & inscribed first edition**
£30.00
Augarde, Steve-X Isle-Oxford, David Fickling, 2009-Fine in Fine dustjacket.Signed, dated and inscribed by the author with the first line from the book ''The steady chug of the diesel engine drew closer, and eventually the salvage boat emerged from the mist....''
Goodnight Sweet Prince **signed first edition**
code: CF08
Goodnight Sweet Prince **signed first edition**
£14.00
Dickinson, David.Goodnight Sweet Prince.London, Constable & Robinson, 2002.Tiny indent in top page edge, but otherwise Fine in Fine dustjacket. -Signed by author.First in series featuring Lord Francis Powerscourt. Small print run.England, 1892, and Queen Victoria, Queen and Empress, is in the54th year of her reign. Prince Eddy, eldest son of the Prince of Wales, second in line to the throne, is found slaughtered in his bed at the royal country house of Sandringham.
Crusader Gold  **signed first edition**
code: FE711
Crusader Gold **signed first edition**
£16.99
Gibbins, David-Crusader Gold-London, Headline, 2006-Fine as issued in Fine dustjacket.Signed by the author.Second novel - by the author of Atlantis. -
The Girl who takes an Eye for an Eye *signed first edition, continuing Stieg Larssons Millennium Series
code: L1723
The Girl who takes an Eye for an Eye *signed first edition, continuing Stieg Larsson's Millennium Series
£22.00
Lagercrantz, David (translated from the Swedish by George Goulding)-The Girl who Takes an Eye for an Eye-London, Maclehose Press (Quercus) 2017-First UK edition, first printing. Fine as issued in black boards with gilt titles to spine in Fine loosely protected dust jacket. Signed by the author to the title page. Latest novel continuing Stieg Larsson's Millennium series.
Winter  *signed first edition*
code: S1726
Winter *signed first edition*
£65.00
Smith, Ali-Winter-London, Hamish Hamilton, 2017-First edition, first printing. Fine as issued in grey boards with silver and black titles in Fine half-dust jacket. Signed by the author to the title page. Cover artwork by David Hockney. Endpaper artwork by Barbara Hepworth. The second novel in Ali Smith's Seasonal cycle, following the Booker shortlisted Artumn. Shortlisted for the George Orwell Political Prize (one of only six novels to have been shortlisted for this prize). Orange signed copy sticker on front cover. Paypal accepted. Bookseller Inventory # S1726
Bring on The Clowns *signed first edition*
code: H1729
Bring on The Clowns *signed first edition*
£30.00
Hugill, Beryl-Bring on The Clowns-Devon, David & Charles, 1980-First edition, signed with dedication ''To C.... and M...., Very Best Wishes, Beryl Hugill, April 1981'', to FFEP. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket with some fading to spine and spine seams.''Here in one major performance are all the world's clowns...carpet and run-in-clowns of the circuses, the splendidly-dressed white-faced clowns, the Hobo clowns. Beryl Hugill reveals the secrets of their techniques''.
Death Called To The Bar  **signed first edition**
code: CF10
Death Called To The Bar **signed first edition**
£15.00
Dickinson, David-Death Called To The Bar. -A Lord Francis Powerscourt murdery mystery.Fine in Fine dustjacket. - Signed by the author. -Set in 1902 in the London Inns of Court. ''On 28th February, at a Queen's Feast, Lord Alexander Dauntsey, senior barrister, collapses into his soup. He has been poisoned.''-Fifth in this popular series.


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