modern first edition books from Firsts in Print

modern first edition books from Firsts in Print

Modern first editions

All of the books featured on these pages are first editions and first printings



By Nightfall
by Michael Cunningham


Published: Fourth Estate, 2011

Fine in fine wrapper. Somewhat scarce UK first printing.

Price: £10.00

By Nightfall by Michael Cunningham


Outline
by Rachel Cusk


Published: Faber, 2014

Fine in fine wrapper. A daring novel from the well-known writer, shortlisted for the Goldsmith's Prize and the Folio Prize. Very scarce in first printing. Signed by the author.

Price: £95.00

Outline by Rachel Cusk


Transit
by Rachel Cusk


Published: Jonathan Cape, 2016

Fine in fine wrapper. New novel from the innovative writer. Shortlisted for the 2016 Goldsmiths Prize.

Price: £16.99

Transit by Rachel Cusk


The Day in Rap and Hip Hop History
by Chuck D


Published: Cassell, 2017

Fine in ill. boards, as issued. Fascinating history, signed by the author and influential rapper.

Price: £30.00

The Day in Rap and Hip Hop History by Chuck D


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
by Roald Dahl


Published: George Allen and Unwin, 1967

Near fine in laminated boards, as issued. A lovely bright and undamaged example of this title with just a slight scuff to top of spine to rear, a small lean and stain to fore-edge, but without the usual fraying and bumping usually found. Prices for Dahl are on the up.

Price: £500.00

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl


Rhyme Stew
by Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake


Published: Jonathan Cape, 1989

Near fine in like wrapper, signed by Blake.

Price: £75.00

Rhyme Stew by Roald  Dahl


Solo
by Rana Dasgupta


Published: Fourth Estate, 2009

Fine in like wrapper. Not the James Bond novel but the second novel from the author of 'Tokyo Cancelled'.

Price: £10.00

Solo by Rana Dasgupta


In the Land of Pain
by Alphonse Daudet, Julian Barnes, edits, translates


Published: Jonathan Cape Ltd, 2002

Fine in fine wrapper.

Price: £14.00

In the Land of Pain by Alphonse  Daudet


Reasons She Goes to the Woods
by Deborah Kay Davies


Published: Oneworld, 2014

Fine in fine wrapper. Author's second novel and longlisted for the 2014 Bailey's Prize.

Price: £14.99

Reasons She Goes to the Woods by Deborah Kay Davies


The Redemption of Galen Pike
by Carys Davies


Published: Salt, 2014

Fine paperback original. Much praised stories, winner of the Frank O'Connor award 2015 and the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize 2015. Now reprinted.

Price: £20.00

The Redemption of Galen Pike by Carys Davies


The Co Op's Got Bananas
by Hunter Davies


Published: Scribner, 2016

Fine in fine wrapper. Memoir from the journalist and biographer of The Beatles. Signed copy.

Price: £16.99

The Co Op's Got Bananas by Hunter Davies


Can't and Won't
by Lydia Davis


Published: Hamish Hamilton, 2014

Fine in fine wrapper. Latest and very well-received collection from Booker International Prize-winner. Signed by the author.

Price: £20.00

Can't and Won't by Lydia Davis


The Crime Writer
by Jill Dawson


Published: Sceptre, 2016

Fine in fine wrapper. Excellent thriller about Patricia Highsmith, the thriller-writer par excellence. Signed copy.

Price: £18.99

The Crime Writer by Jill Dawson


The Dust that Falls from Dreams
by Louis de Bernieres


Published: Harvill Secker, 2015

Fine in fine wrapper. Latest novel from de Bernieres. 'A Feast of a Novel,' according to the Times. Signed and dated copies.

Price: £25.00

The Dust that Falls from Dreams by Louis de Bernieres


The Romantic Movement
by Alain de Botton


Published: Macmillan, 1994

Near fine in like wrapper, somewhat creased to extremities and a bit of a lean. Fairly extensive gift dedication to front free endpaper and signed by the author.

Price: £10.00

The Romantic Movement by Alain  de Botton

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