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BIGGLES IN THE UNDERWORLD

Written by W.E. Johns
Published by Brockhampton Press in 1968

BIGGLES IN THE UNDERWORLD
Written by W.E. Johns.
Published by Brockhampton Press Ltd.. 1st. 1968. Hardback.

Library binding of maroon textured boards, no titles to covers. 184 pages.

Poor condition in a poor dustwrapper. Ex-library. Surface paper damage to both endpapers from removal of tape or labels. Label removed from front endpaper causing surface paper damage. Large tear to title page repaired with clear tape, yellowed tape marks also present. Contents page has been in two pieces, now held together with clear tape but yellowed tape marks also present. Odd small ink stamp. Brown mark to text block. Text pages are generally clean. Dustwrapper is edge worn and chipped. Front flap has been replaced with plain white paper, taped to front panel. Spine faded. Closed tears to rear flap caused by something being torn from verso of flap. Panels have numerous line indentations where book has been used as a rest. Verso browned and stained. Sold with all faults.

Located at: Rose's Books, Hay-on-Wye

Stock no. 1506253

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BIGGLES IN THE UNDERWORLD
Written by W.E. Johns.
Published by Brockhampton Press. 1st. 1968. Hardback.

Blue boards, gilt title to spine. 184 pages.

Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Spine and corners a little bumped. Cover edges slightly faded. Closed tear to rear endpaper plus couple of small nicks. Contents very good. Dustwrapper is edge worn. Spine a little faded. Couple of foxspots to verso of front panel.

Located at: Rose's Books, Hay-on-Wye

Stock no. 1405611

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Contents

  • Nicolas Lazor, better known as Nick the Sheikh or Lazor the Razor, is one of the most plausible villains in modern society. Guity of most of the crimes in the calendar and on the run from Dartmoor, it is Biggles' job to locate him and lay him by the heels.
  • But where can he start looking for such a slippery customer? Biggles takes up the trail in a Soho night club, but the scene swiftly changes to a lonely farmhouse in Hampshire, where events pile up to an unpredictable climax.

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