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[A complete set of James Bond novels by John Gardner.] by  John  Ian - GARDNER - First Edition - 1981-96 - from Peter Harrington (SKU: 125565)

[A complete set of James Bond novels by John Gardner.]

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[A complete set of James Bond novels by John Gardner.]: Licence Renewed; For Special Services; Icebreaker; Role of Honour; Nobody Lives Forever; No Deal, Mr. Bond; Scorpius; Win, Lose or Die; Licence to Kill; Brokenclaw; The Man from Barbarossa; Death is Forever; Never Send Flowers; SeaFire; GoldenEye; Cold.

by FLEMING, Ian - GARDNER, John

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London: Jonathan Cape and Hodder & Stoughton; Hodder & Stoughton., 1981-96. 16 works, octavo. Original black cloth, spines lettered in gilt; Win, Lose or Die and Cold: original blue cloth, spines lettered in gilt; Brokenclaw: original red cloth, spine lettered in gilt. All with the dust jackets. Bookplate to front free endpaper of Icebreaker, gift inscription to front free endpaper of The Man from Barbarossa, remains of bookplate to front free endpaper of Goldeneye. Slight foxing and toning, loss to top fore-corner of front free paper Goldeneye. A very good set in the jackets, spine panels a little sunned. First editions, first impressions, of John Gardner's James Bond novels. Gardner succeeded Kingsley Amis as the author of the James Bond continuation novels and went on to write 14 original Bond novels and novelisations of the films Licence to Kill (1989) and GoldenEye (1995). Scorpius (1988) was the first Bond book to not be published in the UK by Jonathan Cape - all subsequent book books by Gardner were published solely by Hodder & Stoughton.

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Peter Harrington GB (GB)
Bookseller Inventory #
125565
Title
[A complete set of James Bond novels by John Gardner.]
Author
FLEMING, Ian - GARDNER, John
Book condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
London: Jonathan Cape and Hodder & Stoughton; Hodder & Stoughton.
Date published
1981-96

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About Peter Harrington

Since its establishment, Peter Harrington has specialised in sourcing, selling and buying the finest quality original first editions, signed, rare and antiquarian books, fine bindings and library sets. Peter Harrington first began selling rare books from the Chelsea Antiques Market on London's King's Road. For the past twenty years the business has been run by Pom Harrington, Peter's son.

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gilt
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