Item #65179 City of Gold. Len DEIGHTON, born 1929.
City of Gold.
City of Gold.
City of Gold.

City of Gold.

London: Century, 1992. [Thriller] FIRST EDITION. Octavo (24 x 15cm), pp.[viii]; 323; [5], blank. Publisher's sand-coloured hardcover cloth blocked in black to the backstrip, cartographic endpapers, illustrated dust-jacket priced at £14.99. Lightly handled; near fine. A novel of conflict, espionage and love, set in Wartime Cairo, 1942. In the 60's, Len Deighton was the chief rival of fellow Cape-published spy writer Ian Fleming, who had championed his first novel 'The Ipcress File'. From the comprehensive Fleming bibliographical archive assembled by Jon Gilbert, with his pencilled ownership. Item #65179

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