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Rare Len Deighton items

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Hope, by Len Deighton, the eigth book in the Samson ennealogy. This is the rare, leather-bound Franklin Library first edition
Another Raymond Hawkey design for Len Deighton, this his second book
The Ipcress File. Len Deighton. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1962. First American edition. Original dust jacket. “I think Jay is in import and export business as his cards say, but he finally found that the second most valuable commodity today is...

Books by Deighton

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This is the audiobook editions of Len Deighton's Berlin Game book, from the 1980s.

Audiobooks

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An original Len Deighton illustration from 1959, from the book catalogue of publishers Andre Deutsch, showing the author's distinct dark outline style. This is one of seven covers he produced for the publishing house.
This book, from late 1950s, is a great example of author Len Deighton's distinctive 'black outline' design style, which made him a much in-demand illustrator.

Book cover designs

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Hope, by Len Deighton, the eigth book in the Samson ennealogy. This is the rare, leather-bound Franklin Library first edition Leather, Rc Lens, Franklin, Hope, Edition, Library, Rare, Lens
Hope (Franklin Library edition)
Hope, by Len Deighton, the eigth book in the Samson ennealogy. This is the rare, leather-bound Franklin Library first edition
Deighton Dossier
Deighton Dossier
Another Raymond Hawkey design for Len Deighton, this his second book Pulp Fiction, Fiction Books, Book Cover Design, Book Design, Bone Books, Vintage Book Covers, Mystery Detectives, Book Jacket, Eye For Detail
Another Raymond Hawkey design for Len Deighton, this his second book
The Ipcress File. Len Deighton. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1962. First American edition. Original dust jacket. “I think Jay is in import and export business as his cards say, but he finally found that the second most valuable commodity today is... Books, Thriller, York, People, Crafts, The Ipcress File, The Originals, Export
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The Ipcress File. Len Deighton. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1962. First American edition. Original dust jacket. “I think Jay is in import and export business as his cards say, but he finally found that the second most valuable commodity today is...
Edited by Len Deighton, published by Town. Wine Expert, Fine Wine, Rare Books, Novelist, Bartender, Wine Recipes, Rockstar, Wines
Edited by Len Deighton, published by Town.
An original Len Deighton illustration from 1959, from the book catalogue of publishers Andre Deutsch, showing the author's distinct dark outline style. This is one of seven covers he produced for the publishing house. Royal College Of Art, College Art, Becoming A Writer, Jack Kerouac, Book Catalogue, Design Student
Len Deighton book catalogue illustration
An original Len Deighton illustration from 1959, from the book catalogue of publishers Andre Deutsch, showing the author's distinct dark outline style. This is one of seven covers he produced for the publishing house.
Deighton Dossier
Deighton Dossier
This is the audiobook editions of Len Deighton's Berlin Game book, from the 1980s. Online Resources, Audiobook, 1980s, Berlin, Book Cover, Libros
Berlin Game Len Deighton audiobook
This is the audiobook editions of Len Deighton's Berlin Game book, from the 1980s.
Deighton Dossier
Deighton Dossier
This book, from late 1950s, is a great example of author Len Deighton's distinctive 'black outline' design style, which made him a much in-demand illustrator. Art Design, House Journal, Diary Covers, Outline Designs
Fred Bason's Third Diary - cover by Len Deighton
This book, from late 1950s, is a great example of author Len Deighton's distinctive 'black outline' design style, which made him a much in-demand illustrator.
Deighton Dossier
Deighton Dossier