Charlie Higson | First Editions
1958Charles Murray "Charlie" Higson (born 3 July 1958) is an English actor, comedian, author, and former singer. As well as writing novels, he has written and produced for television.
In 2004, it was announced that Higson would pen the Young Bond series of James Bond novels, a series aimed at younger readers. The books were to concentrate on the character's school-days at Eton. Higson was himself educated at Sevenoaks School, where he was a contemporary of Jonathan Evans, former Director General of MI5. The series comprises Silver Fin (2005), Blood Fever (2006), Double or Die (2007), Hurricane Gold (2007), and By Royal Command (2008).
Higson is currently writing a post-apocalyptic, zombie-horror series of books for young adults, which has been extremely successful. In 2015 Higson adapted the novel Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson for ITV Studios into a ten part adventure series set in the 1930s titled Jekyll and Hyde.
See below our stock of Charlie Higson First Editions and signed copies.
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London, Puffin Books, 2006. FIRST HARDBACK EDITION, following the trade paperback, LIMITED to 999 copies SIGNED by the author. Hardcover volume in pictorial dustwrapper, in original slipcase. A fine, unread copy, with one small nick at back of the box. The second episode in the acclaimed 'Young Bond' series, which...
London, Puffin Books, 2007. REGULAR FIRST HARDBACK EDITION, additionally SIGNED by the author- not to be confused with the the near identical limited edition of 1500 numbered copies. Publisher's gold-coloured boards with all edges gilt and original wraparound sash- no jacket was issued. Trivial handling; a fine copy.
London: Puffin Books 2011. SPECIAL EDITION, being the first edition thus, with a new introductory essay by Charlie Higson and an excerpt from the next Young Bond adventure 'Bloodfever'. Pp372 + . Publisher's pictorial silver-coloured softcovers. A fine, unread copy. The first episode in the acclaimed 'Young Bond' series, which...
London: Puffin Books, 2008. FIRST HARDBACK EDITION, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Publisher's hardcover volume in red, black and silver boards with all edges red. Some light wear otherwise a fine copy The fifth episode in the acclaimed 'Young Bond' series, which follows the adventures of a teenage James Bond whilst...