Published by Crown/Archetype, 2009
Condition: As New. First Edition. Used book that is in almost brand-new condition.
Condition: Very Good. 1/0/00 Thornton Butterworth, 1900. First edition. Hardcover, no dj. Red cloth w black lettering on spine. G. Binding loosening, pages aged. Modest edgewear and shelfwear on dj. Top of spine is fraying. Foxing throughout. Reading copy.
Published by Pen & Sword Military, 2009
Soft cover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Eleven enemy spies were shot in the Tower for espionage in WW I. They were mostly inept and ineffective. How many were effective and got away? were those shot patriotic or driven by money? Plates 212 pages. Quoted postage for UK 2nd class. Overseas more.
Published by Avon, New York, 1944
Hardcover. Condition: G/VG. First Paperback Edition. A G/VG copy. Avon #49. First printing. Book.
Published by New Avon Library, NY, 1944
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. #49. First Printing. 196pp. Light wear. Photos on request. Size: Mass Market.
Published by Wesleyan University Press, 1976
Condition: Good. 1st. Former library book; may include library markings. Used book that is in clean, average condition without any missing pages.
Published by Ravette, London, 1986
Soft cover. Condition: Good. First Edition. 181 pages, illustrated, endpaper maps, index, light wear to covers, page edges browned.
Published by Macmillan, 1971
Hardcover. Condition: fine. Dust Jacket Condition: near fine. Stated first edition. NOT an ex library book. Clean interior pages. Dust jacket has minimal wear top of spine, no chips, price is clipped.
Published by Avon 49, U.S., 1944
Paperback. Condition: Good. 1st Printing. Solid with a spine roll, creases on the covers and some light moisture wrinkling on the front cover.
Published by The Dickens Press Ltd, London, 1971
Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st. Very good small book in light card covers; surface rubs to spine area. Internally fine and free of inscriptions; copiously illustrated.
Published by Macmillan / St Martin's Press, London, 1971
Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. A clean, unmarked book with a tight binding. Full blue cloth boards show a bit of edge wear. Edge wear to price-clipped dust jacket. 250 pages. Black and white illustrations.
Published by The Dickens Press, 1962
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. First edition in very good condition. Not filled in, unworn and unmarked. Pages slightly tanned. 48pp Size: 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall.
Published by avon book,, 1944
Paperback. first PB. 49, very good -fine, , reading crease (WW2 SUSPENSE NOVEL), paperback,
Published by Pen & Sword Books Ltd, 1997
Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. very nice copy.
Published by London: Anthony Blond, 1966, 1966
Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Condition: Very Good ++. 1st Edition. VG++/VG++. 1st Edition. A "Guide" to the pleasures of London (cuisinal, cultural and carnal). Jacket by Jeanette Spencer. Book has slight spine head/heel crush, two small corner bumps. Jacket has Edge wear and one tear. A scan of the jacket is available on request.
Published by Wesleyan, Middletown, CT, 1976
First Edition. 8vo, pp. 281. Nice in somewhat scuffed dj. A biography of Wright, sculptor in wax, who moved to London in 1772 and who is said to have sent intelligence to members of Congress during the Revolutionary War. She was a friend of Benjamin Franklin, and ranks as America's first professional sculptor.
Published by David White, New York City, 1966
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First U.S. Edition. 8vo., 296pp. Sharp First US Edition. Square, tight and clean throughout with little or no wear. Attractive unclipped, though unpriced, dust-jacket has some surface rubbing and wear to spine ends and tips. Still bright, solid and complete. A nice collectable copy of an entertaining travel guide.
Published by Avon Books Paperback #49, New York, 1944
Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Ed. VG to VG+ in pictorial wraps with yellow & purple lettering & cover art picturing a man's & a woman's faces on a map of Spain. Mystery, Vintage Paperback.
Published by Pen & Sword, 1997
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Fine in a Fine jacket. 1st Printing.
Published by David White, New York, 1966
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Edition. Original contributions by Betjeman and others. Binding is cloth boards.
Published by Leo Cooper (Pen & Sword Books Ltd), London, UK, 1994
First Edition Signed
Soft cover. Condition: New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First edition stated 1994. Signed by Author on the ffep without recipient name. Published by Leo Cooper, London, UK. Trade softcover without DJ as issued. Condition new, square tight and clean book, spine not creased, corners not bumped, no edgewear, no names, no underlinings, no highlights, no bent page corners, not a reminder. 8vo, 376 pages. Signed by Author(s).
Published by Dickens Press, London, 1966
Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First edition thus first printing Pocket octavo. (old price 1/-) Paperback. 48 pages. Black and white illustrations. Very Good condition. No inscriptions.
Published by Leo Cooper, London, 1994
Soft Cover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. Series of walks around London, taking in 136 sites relating to spies, spycatchers and subversives from over a century of London's history. 363pp with index, illustrated throughout with black and white maps and photographs to the text. Foreword by Nigel West. Minimal edgewear, otherwise near fine copy with no marks or inscriptions. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Published by Collins, London, 1958,, 1958
Condition: see description. first edition, 320pp, 11 photographs on art paper, on the front endpapers a map of the West Wall (Cherbourg to Le Havre) and on those at the back a table of the Chain of Command, publisher's boards, title gilt on spine, dw ragged around the edges, book itself vg.
Published by Folio, London, 1955
Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Contemporary prints by Hogarth and others (illustrator). First printing of this edition. Very good in original boards with wear at the tips and very good dust jacket with very shallow chips and light edgewear.
Published by Hardie Grant Books, South Yarra, 2003
Paper Back. Condition: Very Good. First Paperback Edition. 238 pages with 13 photographic illustrations, Baghdad's Spy is the story of Britain s foreign intelligence service 1958-2001 as told from the unique perspective of the daughter of a senior spy. Corinne Souza breaks the last taboo of British espionage as she describes the impact that Crown service can have on a spy's family. Souza's story begins in Iraq, where, after the murder of the Boy King in 1958, her father was recruited for the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), also known as MI6. She recalls the vivacity of Baghdad's cosmopolitan society in the 1960s and the subsequent arrangements made by the Crown for her father when he later worked from London. In the late '70s, however, his relationship with the State soured and Souza relives the vicious backlash he then faced from the 'No Names' - colleagues with concealed identities. In a personal and at times shocking portrait, she examines her espionage inheritance and the price she paid for refusing to follow in her father's footsteps. Controversially, she also reveals the SIS's failure prior to the 1990-91 Gulf War.Through her father's experiences, Souza traces the disintegration of British Intelligence in the Middle East since the late '70s - a legacy that led to Britain being unable to assist the CIA in preventing the horror of 11 September or come to grips with al-Qaeda.This revealing memoir is an extraordinary account of a family's secret life, the involvement of children in espionage and a man's struggle to balance loyalty to the Crown with the increasingly amoral demands of what became an incompetent and renegade service.; 235 x 155mm.
Published by Pen and Sword Barnsley 2009, 2009
1st ed. thus stiff wrappers Nice Copy octavo xi + 212pp., b/w plates, appends., bibliog., index, 'The first reaction to Leonard Sellers fascinating account of the spies who were executed in the Tower of London during the First World War is likely to be one of amazement at their ineptitude. Not one of them seems to have had any proper training or any idea of how to set about the job. This, of course raises the intriguing question: how many others were there who did know what they were up to and managed to escape detection?'.
Published by München: Prestel,, 1991
Association Member: GIAQ
engl. Orig.-Broschur; Condition: Sehr gut. 388 S. mit zahlreichen Abbildungen; 30 cm; Sehr guter Zustand. /kunst laden ISBN: 9783791311227 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2084.
Published by Hardie Grant Melbourne 2003, 2003
1st edition stiff wrappers Fine small octavo 238pp., b/w pls., bibliog., Traces the disintegration of British Intelligence in the Middle East since the late '70s through the story of her father a senior spy in Iraq for MI6. Publisher's mark on bottom edge o/w nice copy.