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CALL FOR THE DEAD.
London: Gollancz Ltd., 1961. First edition of his first book. Endpapers replaced otherwise very good or better with gilt spine lettering strong but unevenly tarnished, text block somewhat aged, offset to half-title from item previously laid in, and minor cover soiling and wear. Lacking original dust jacket but with facsimile..... Item #48949 More
THE CLANDESTINE MUSE: The G. Harry Pouder Memorial Lecture Delivered at Johns Hopkins University on May the 20th 1986.
Newark, VT / Portland, OR: Janus Press / Charles Seluzicki, (1986). First edition. Limited to 260 copies including 10 hors commerce. SIGNED BY LE CARRE. Fine, as issued, in marbled paperwraps. Item #71736 More
EMPFINDLICHE WAHRHEIT [A Delicate Truth].
(Berlin): Ullstein, (2013). First German edition. Translated from the English by Sabine Roth. SIGNED BY LE CARRE on the half-title page. Fine in fine dust jacket. Item #71703 More
THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL.
New York: Alfred A Knopf, (1983). First edition, preceding the British edition. Uncorrected proof. Spine and edges sunned, small (coffee?) stain near top of front cover, slight chipping along bottom edge. Otherwise, very good or better in blue paperwraps. Item #49044 More
THE LOOKING-GLASS WAR.
London: Heinemann, (1965). First edition. An incompetent British intelligence agency known as "The Department" and its multiple botched attempts to verify a Communist defector's story of a Soviet missile build-up in East Germany. INSCRIBED BY LE CARRE on front endpaper, "S. Sanders/ best wishes/ John le Carre." Page edges foxed..... Item #55552 More
THE NAIVE AND SENTIMENTAL LOVER.
New York: Knopf, 1972. First U.S. edition. Minor crease to spine and hint of shelfwear to book and dust jacket otherwise both are fine. Item #52721 More
THE NIGHT MANAGER.
New York: Knopf, 1993. First edition. SIGNED by Le Carre on tipped-in leaf. Fine in fine dust jacket. Item #55039 More