Len Deighton is regarded as one of the top spy novelists of his time. This is the first work in a trilogy centring on intelligence officer Bernard Samson, working for the British Secret Service. It is set in 1890’s London and entails the rescue of a highly placed agent in East Germany.
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A lovely first edition copy of the first novel in the ‘Game, Set and Match’ trilogy by Len Deighton.
There is foxing to the edges of the book and an unclipped dust cover, designed by the English graphic designer and author Raymond Hawkey who worked on a number of Deighton’s books, including ‘Horse Under Water’, ‘Funeral in Berlin’ and ‘The Action Cookbook’. In the publisher’s original cloth binding and white lettering. . book with original unclipped dust wrapper, internally firmly bound.