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Selous Scouts Top Secret War by  Lt Col Ron Reid as told to Peter Stiff Daly - First UK edition - 1983 - from Garnet Books and

Selous Scouts Top Secret War

by Daly, Lt Col Ron Reid as told to Peter Stiff

Condition: Very Good +/very good

London: Galago, 1983. First UK edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/very good. 8vo. 432 pp. Bound in brown boards, title stamped in white on spine, in illustrated dust wrapper. Includes bibliography and index. Illustrated with full-color frontispiece, photographs (some color) and black and white maps. This is the First UK edition which follows the First US edition (a deluxe, leather bound, numbered edition of 1000 copies) and Second US edition both published in 1982. Very Good+, rubbing and hard bumping to extremities of binding, internally clean and sound, hinges strong and sound, in Very Good+ dust wrapper with 2" red pen mark across top of front cover, small hole to top right corner of rear cover, bumping and creasing to extremities. Solid copy.


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