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Sebestyén, Gyorgy: The Doors Are Closing. London: Angus & Robertson, 1958. First UK edition. 8vo., pp. 254. Orange cloth, black title to spine. A few faint marks to boards, still very good. Gift inscription in biro to ffep. First UK edition copy of Sebestyén's first published work.   Ref: 51657 
£20
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Sidebottom, Harry: Warrior of Rome. Part One: Fire in the East; Part Two: King of Kings. London: Penguin, 2008; 2009. First editions. 2 vols., 8vo., pp. 414; 396. Black cloth, very minor dusting to edges of text block. Dustwrappers, slight remains of sticker to front of Vol. I. Otherwise fine. Author's gift inscriptions to Jim (James Munson) and Richard (Mullen) to half-title of vol. I and title page of vol. II. Author's signature to title page of vol. I. The first two volumes in the 'Warrior of Rome' series.   Ref: 45905 
£100
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Sillitoe, Alan: Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. London: W.H. Allen, 1958. First edition, author's signature to f.f.e.p.. 8vo., pp. 213, [i]. Very slightly toned but clean within. Red cloth, gilt title to spine. Endcaps a little creased, a few very faint smudges to endpapers, tiny pencilled code to rear pastedown, top edge a little dusty, very good. Signed first edition of the author's first novel. Sillitoe also wrote the screenplay for the 1960 film version of the novel, directed by Karel Reisz.   Ref: 49263 
£600
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Sjöwall, Maj & Wahlöö, Per: (Knoespel, Amy & Ken, trans.:) Murder at the Savoy. New York: Pantheon Books, 1971. 1st American edition. 8vo., pp. [iv], 216. Some very slight marks to f.f.e.p. Publisher's dark blue cloth, gilt title to spine, red illustration to upper board. Red felt-tip pen remainer mark to fore-edge, a little dusty, otherwise very good. Sixth of Sjöwall and Wahlöö's Marin Beck novels, originally published in Sweden as Polis, polis, potatismos! (1970).   Ref: 49284 
£25
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Sjöwall, Maj & Wahlöö, Per: (Teal, Thomas, trans.:) The Abominable Man. New York: Pantheon Books, 1972. 1st American edition. 8vo., pp. [iv], 215, [i]. Clean and bright within. Publisher's burgundy cloth, gilt title to spine, black illustration to upper board. Endcaps very slightly creased, top edge a little dusty but near fine overall. Seventh of Sjöwall and Wahlöö's Marin Beck novels, originally published in Sweden as Den vedervärdige mannen från Säffle (1971).   Ref: 49283 
£25
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Sjöwall, Maj, & Wahlöö, Per: (Teal, Thomas, trans.:) Cop Killer: the Story of a Crime. London: Victor Gollancz, 1975. First English edition. 8vo., pp. [iv], 296. Red cloth, gilt title to spine. Small dent to edge of upper board, top edge a little foxed, still very good overall. The penultimate novel in the Martin Beck series, first published as Polismördaren in 1974.   Ref: 51664 
£40
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Smith, Kay Nolte: The Watcher. London: Victor Gollancz, 1981. 1st edition. 8vo., pp. 327, [i]. Clean and bright within. Publisher's red cloth, gilt title to spine. Top edge a little dusty, fine. Kay Nolte Smith's first published novel.   Ref: 49286 
£30
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Smith, Martin Cruz: Gorky Park. London: Collins, 1981. First UK edition. 8vo., pp. [x], 365, [iii]. Black cloth, silver title to spine. Slight crease to spine, top edge a bit foxed, very good.   Ref: 51663 
£25
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Solzhenitsyn, A.; Agursky, M.; 'A.B.'; Barabanov, E.; Borisov, V.; Korsakoz, F.; Shafarevich, I.: (Scammell, M.; Brock, A.M. et al, trans.:) From Under the Rubble. London: Collins & Harvill, 1975. First UK edition. 8vo., pp. xii, 308. Grey cloth, silver title to spine. Top edge dusty, very good. First UK edition of this collection of writings from dissident authors living in the USSR.   Ref: 51662 
£20
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Spencer, Colin: Anarchists in Love. London: Eyre & Spottiswode, 1963. First edition, review copy. 8vo., 319, [i]. Internally bright. Blue cloth, gilt title to spine. Endpapers a little toned in patches, otherwise near fine. Publisher's advance copy note loosely inserted. Dust-jacket and endpapers designed by the author. The first novel in Spencer's Generation sequence.   Ref: 49647 
£30
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