The Day of The Jackal. Frederick FORSYTH, born 1938.

The Day of The Jackal.

London: Hutchinson, 1971. [Spy Thriller] FIRST EDITION, SECOND IMPRESSION ('Reprinted before publication'). Octavo, pp.358 [4]. Publisher's red cloth with gilt titles to spine and grey endpapers. With the glossy dust-jacket designed by Tom Simmonds and Trevor Vertigan, priced at £2.00. Some spotting to top edge, and a little toning to fly-leaves. A couple of black ink marks to front pastedown, and a small ink ownership stamp offset from the jacket flap. Jacket sunned to spine, with some rubbing and chipping to edges. Very good. A gritty post-Fleming espionage classic, concerning an anonymous English political assassin, code-named The Jackal. Item #60362

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