London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1986. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. #48 of 250 specially bound copies signed by the author. This novel, which chronicles the boyhood moral education of Magnus Pym and how it leads to his becoming a spy, is the author's most autobiographical espionage work, reflecting the boy's very close relationship with his con-man father. Octavo. Original marbled paper-covered boards over a gray cloth spine, with gilt stamping. A fine copy. Accompaned by the original glassine dust wrapper, which is a bit browned along the extremities.
(Inventory #: 66435)
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