Ian Fleming – The Man With The Golden Gun – First UK Edition 1965

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Ian Fleming – The Man With The Golden Gun – First UK Edition 1965

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£425.00

A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1965. A near fine book with some spotting to the top edge – no inscriptions. In the near fine unclipped wrapper.
“The Man with the Golden Gun” is the twelfth and final novel in Ian Fleming’s James Bond series. Published posthumously in 1965, it features James Bond facing off against the infamous assassin Francisco Scaramanga, known as “The Man with the Golden Gun.” Bond is tasked with eliminating this deadly adversary while contending with themes of power, violence, and identity. The novel is notable for its exploration of Bond’s inner conflict and the moral ambiguity of his profession, adding depth to the iconic spy character. It remains a classic entry in the Bond series.


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A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1965. A near fine book with some spotting to the top edge – no inscriptions. In the near fine unclipped wrapper.
“The Man with the Golden Gun” is the twelfth and final novel in Ian Fleming’s James Bond series. Published posthumously in 1965, it features James Bond facing off against the infamous assassin Francisco Scaramanga, known as “The Man with the Golden Gun.” Bond is tasked with eliminating this deadly adversary while contending with themes of power, violence, and identity. The novel is notable for its exploration of Bond’s inner conflict and the moral ambiguity of his profession, adding depth to the iconic spy character. It remains a classic entry in the Bond series.