Agatha Christie – Passenger To Frankfurt – First UK Edition 1970

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Agatha Christie – Passenger To Frankfurt – First UK Edition 1970

£225.00

Out of stock

£225.00

First edition, first printing. Published by Collins Crime Club in London, 1970. This is a very good (or better) copy. The dust wrapper is markedly unfaded on the spine, as typically so with this title. There are moderate handling marks throughout. There is slight bumping at the spine tips and corners. It has not been price clipped. The internals are clean and the text blocks are bright and clean throughout, aside from the top edge which is slightly darkened. The boards are free from notable chips and marks. This is a very good (or better) copy.

Published to mark Christie’s eightieth birthday and, by counting up both UK and US short-story collections to reach the desired total, was also advertised as her eightieth book. It is the last of her spy novels. At the beginning of the book there is a quote by Jan Smuts, “Leadership, besides being a great creative force, can be diabolical…”


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First edition, first printing. Published by Collins Crime Club in London, 1970. This is a very good (or better) copy. The dust wrapper is markedly unfaded on the spine, as typically so with this title. There are moderate handling marks throughout. There is slight bumping at the spine tips and corners. It has not been price clipped. The internals are clean and the text blocks are bright and clean throughout, aside from the top edge which is slightly darkened. The boards are free from notable chips and marks. This is a very good (or better) copy.

Published to mark Christie’s eightieth birthday and, by counting up both UK and US short-story collections to reach the desired total, was also advertised as her eightieth book. It is the last of her spy novels. At the beginning of the book there is a quote by Jan Smuts, “Leadership, besides being a great creative force, can be diabolical…”

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