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2006. EMIN, Tracy. Strangeland. Sceptre.2005. First edition. inscribed by the author: “For hugo love Tracy Emin”.


2007. BANVILLE, John First Light The Bridgewater Press. 2006


£250


8vo., original green calf backed cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine. mint.


First edition, limited edition of 138 copies signed by the author, this one of only 12 specially bound and numbered i - xii.


This is Banville’s first publication since he won the Booker prize and consists of the first chapter of a new novel in progress


2008. PRATCHETT, Terry. making money. A Discworld novel. Doubleday. 2007.


£148


8vo., original cloth with slipcase. A fine copy. First edition, limited edition of 2500 numbered copies signed by Pratchett


2009. MOORE, Roger. my Word is my Bond. Michael O’Mara Books. 2008.


£128


8vo., original cloth lettered in silver on spine and upper board, with silhouette of moore blocked in silver on upper board. A fine copy in original slipcase.


First edition, limited edition of 1000 numbered copies signed by Roger moore.


2010.MALLINSON, Allan. The making of the British Army. From the English civil War to the War on Terror. Bantam Press. 2009. £48


8vo., original cloth with dust wrapper. A fine copy. First edition with publisher’s slip signed by the author tipped in.


2010 2009


£48


8vo. original cloth binding with clipped dustwrapper. Apart from a small mark at the top of the spine this is a very nice copy.


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