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GILBERT, Michael (Michael Francis), 1912-2006 : THE DUST AND THE HEAT.

GILBERT, Michael (Michael Francis), 1912-2006 : THE DUST AND THE HEAT.

London : Hodder & Stoughton, (1967). First edition. Unscrupulous young post-war officer starts to rebuild a pharmaceutical company – his past re-emerges. Later published in the USA as “Overdrive”.
Post 8vo (22cm). (256)pp. Original navy blue boards, blocked and lettered in gilt; a few very faint marks to edges, but a very good copy in the dust-jacket – a design by Michael Dempsey – with a tiny nick and just a hint of tanning, but also very good. With the armorial bookplate of David C. Morton. .

£25

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GILBERT, Michael (Michael Francis), 1912-2006 : THE NIGHT OF THE TWELFTH.

GILBERT, Michael (Michael Francis), 1912-2006 : THE NIGHT OF THE TWELFTH.

London : Hodder & Stoughton, (1976). First edition.Tortured body found in a Sussex cornfield – the third in a year. Meanwhile a new master arives at Trenchard House School.
Post 8vo (21cm). (224)pp. Original blue boards, blocked and lettered in gilt; a very good copy indeed in the original Colin Andrews dust-jacket – a photographic design lettered in red, white and blue – also very good indeed.

£25

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GILBERT, Michael (Michael Francis), 1912-2006 : THE NIGHT OF THE TWELFTH.

GILBERT, Michael (Michael Francis), 1912-2006 : THE NIGHT OF THE TWELFTH.

London : Hodder & Stoughton, (1976). First edition.Tortured body found in a Sussex cornfield – the third in a year. Meanwhile a new master arives at Trenchard House School.
Post 8vo (21cm). (224)pp. Original blue boards, blocked and lettered in gilt; a very good copy in the original Colin Andrews dust-jacket – a photographic design lettered in red, white and blue – just a little worn at tips, but otherwise very good.

£20

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