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The Desperate Remedy

The Desperate Remedy

Seller: SABS
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Book Condition: Very Good
£ 19.99

Item Description

Signed, Lined 'Best wishes' and dated 7th March 2002. This is a 1st edition 1st print hardback book that also comes in a protective Archival cover. It is unread, it has no marks or tears and is not price clipped. It has a little fading on the page leafs but this is a really nice copy.

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Synopsis

The Desperate Remedy Henry Gresham & the Gunpowder plot In the dark days of King James I, a man must know his enemies to survive. To Henry Gresham - courtier, spy - William Shadwell - informer, thief - is one of his best sources. When Shadwell is murdered, Gresham's enquiries uncover an audacious plot of Catholic uprising and a trail of gunpowder.

Attributes

Author
Publisher Little & Brown
Edition 1st Edition
Signed By Author Yes
UK Edition Yes
Specials Yes
Book Condition Very Good
Jacket Condition Very Good
Binding Hard Cover
Year Published 2002
Number of pages 324
ISBN 10 0316859702

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