Sebastian Faulks | First Editions
Sebastian Charles Faulks CBE (born 20 April 1953) is a British novelist, journalist and broadcaster. He is best known for his historical novels set in France – The Girl at the Lion d'Or, Birdsong and Charlotte Gray. He has also published novels with a contemporary setting, most recently A Week in December (2009), and a James Bond continuation novel, Devil May Care (2008), as well as a continuation of P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves series, Jeeves and the Wedding Bells (2013). The Literary Review has said that "Faulks has the rare gift of being popular and literary at the same time", whilst the Sunday Telegraph called him "One of the most impressive novelists of his generation".
To mark the 2008 centenary of Ian Fleming's birth, the late author's estate commissioned Faulks to write a new James Bond novel. Devil May Care became an immediate best-seller in the UK, selling 44,093 hardback copies within 4 days of release.
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London: Penguin 007, 2008. [Spy novel] FIRST EDITION, SIGNED by the author to title page. Octavo (24 x 16cm), pp.[viii]; 295; , Endmatter; , advertisements; , blank. Publisher's black hardcovers blocked in silver to spine, poppy design endpapers in red, illustrated dust-jacket priced at £18.99. A fine copy, autographed in.....
London: Penguin 007, 2008. [Spy novel] FIRST EDITION. Octavo (24 x 16cm), pp.[viii]; 295; , Endmatter; , advertisements; , blank. Publisher's black hardcovers blocked in silver to spine, poppy design endpapers in red, illustrated dust-jacket priced at £18.99. A fine copy. An original 007 adventure, written under copyright of Glidrose.....
London: Michael Joseph / Penguin Books, 2008. [Spy novel] LIMITED FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, number 390 of 500 copies issued. Publisher's pictorial hardback covers with all edges silvered, 'poppy' patterned endpapers, ribbon page marker. Octavo, pp.295 plus  note on Faulks,  note on Fleming,  adverts for.....