Easton Press, 2019. Collector's Edition. Full Leather. Fine / No Jacket as Issued. Item #4751
This is one of my all-time favorite books in the international thriller genre! And one of the things I appreciate about Easton Press is that they are often successful in publishing signed classics with the cooperation of the famous author even though they are later in their careers. It means that Frederick Forsyth took the time to sign these signature pages although he is now in his 80's. Thank you Mr. Forsyth and Easton Press! To you, my customer, you have to have this book on your shelf!
Bound in full dark red leather and signed by Mr. Forsyth on the signature page. With gold gilt cover designs and page edges, and bound-in silk bookmark. This is a fine copy, opened only to list it and take pictures. Next we will wrap it and keep in protected until it is sold, thus preserving its current beautiful condition. Includes the Publisher's Note and copy of the Certificate of Authenticity, issued by Easton Press.
Frederick Forsyth was a spy for MI6 in the 60's. He was a journalist and decided to incorporate the knowledge and skills he had learned as a spy into his first novel. Originally published in 1971, "The Day of the Jackal" became an international bestseller and Forsyth was awarded the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Novel.
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