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PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : TOMORROW’S GHOST : A NOVEL.

PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : TOMORROW’S GHOST : A NOVEL.

London : Victor Gollancz, 1979. First edition. Typist and army widow shows an unexpected aptitude for espionage – plus David Audley, Jack Butler, et al. “One of the very finest, and most subtle ... of this remarkable writer” (Patrick Cosgrave).
Post 8vo (21cm). 256pp. Original dark brown boards, lettered in gilt; one tiny mark on lower edge, otherwise very good indeed in the Oliver Hatch dust-jacket, just very faintly sunned at spine.

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PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : SION CROSSING : A NOVEL.

PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : SION CROSSING : A NOVEL.

London : Victor Gollancz, 1984. First edition. Oliver St. John Latimer, plump economist and spy-catcher, receives a request from the CIA. His rival, David Audley, also becomes involved. “First-class civilised entertainment” (Anthony Lejeune).
Demy 8vo (23cm). (272)pp. Original blue boards, lettered in gilt; just a touch bruised, but a very good copy in just lightly used dust-jacket, but also very good.

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PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : FOR THE GOOD OF THE STATE : A NOVEL.

PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : FOR THE GOOD OF THE STATE : A NOVEL.

London : Victor Gollancz, 1986. First edition. Two KGB rivals confront each other – but on Exmoor. Polish dissidents involved and David Audley has been playing politics. “Can only add to his reputation” (Financial Times).
Medium 8vo (24cm). 256pp. Original grey boards, lettered in gilt; just a touch rubbed, but otherwise a very good, clean and sound copy in the dust-jacket – the jacket very faintly creased and with a hint of tanning to head of inner flaps, but also very good.

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