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1972. 376 pages. Grey boards with purple dust jacket. Tightly bound bright pages with bright and square text block edge. Bright boards with light edge wear. Light chipping and tearing to the edges of the dust jacket. The dust jacket is unclipped. Small sticker to the front of the DJ. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: 1972, American hardcover edition, Lippincott, PA. 376 pages. Most interesting title, written by a specialist in biomedical research. Discusses environmental pollution, the death of certain natural resources, and overpopulation.
Titel: The Death Of Tomorrow
Buchbeschreibung London and New York: Jonathan Cape, The Armchair Detective Library, and Hodder & Stoughton 1968–2002, 2002. 28 volumes, 0ctavo. Original cloth. With the dust jackets. Colonol Sun, near fine, dust jacket nicked to corners, James Bond and the Spy Who Loved Me, fine in fine price clipped dust jacket, James Bond and Moonraker, light abrasion to head of front free endpaper, fine dust jacket, Licence Renewed, Icebreaker, Win, Lose or Die, Seafire, Man from Barbarossa, price clipped, Goldeneye, fine in fine dust jacket, Licence to Kill, bumped to spine, otherwise near fine in fine dust jacket, all the Raymond Benson titles are fine in fine dust jackets. First editions, first impressions except Goldeneye, first hardback edition. A complete set of novels and screenplays by the first four authors to carry on the James Bond franchise after Ian Fleming's death. Artikel-Nr. 80979