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Amsterdam (Signed First American Print)

By: McEwan, Ian

Price: $115.00

Publisher: New York, Doubleday, 1999

Edition: First


First Edition/First Printing. 1999. A stunning first print copy in very fine condition in a near fine and unclipped dustjacket. This copy is flatsigned by the author on the title page. This book won the Booker Prize for McEwan for 1998. Exceptional condition--only the tiniest of edgewear to the DJ. Very collectable copy. First Print with full number line. View more info

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Amsterdam (Signed First British)

By: McEwan, Ian

Price: $160.00

Publisher: London, Jonathan Cape, 1998


First Edition/First Printing 1998. A handsome unopened copy in very fine condition in an unclipped and very good dustjacket with only a one inch closed end repaired tear to the bottom back flap edge which adjoins a mild crease. An overall lovely copy--flatsigned by the author on the title page below his name. This is the first British printing with a full number line and with the first state dustjacket without the "Booker Prize" blurb sticker. A very collectable copy tha... View more info

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Amsterdam, (Signed First Printing)

By: McEwan, Ian

Price: $120.00

Publisher: New York, Doubleday-Talese, 1999

Edition: First American


First Edition/First Printing (1-10) A superb copy of of McEwan's Booker prize winning novel in fine condition in a likewise very fine dustjacket--unclipped. Winner of the 1998 Booker Prize for literature in England--a very prestigious award. From the author of "Atonement". Very collectable condition. View more info

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Enduring Love (Signed First Print)

By: McEwan, Ian

Price: $155.00

Publisher: New York, Doubleday- Nan Talese, 1998

Edition: First


First Edition/First American printing 1998. A splendid copy--very fine in a fine and unclipped dustjacket--this copy signed by McEwan on the title page. Adapted into a movie starring the current James Bond--Daniel Craig. This is an unread copy in a splendid dustjacket--a very collectable copy from the Booker Prize winning author of "Amsterdam" and "Atonement". View more info

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First Love, Last Rites (Rare Signed First Print)

By: McEwan, Ian

Price: $275.00

Publisher: New York, Random House, 1975

Edition: First


First Edition/ First Printing 1975. A rare signed first print copy of Ian McEwan's first published work (other than magazines)--in the Random House first American edition, a group of 8 beautifully crafted stories. First published in England by Jonathan Cape. A fine copy in a fine and unclipped ($6.95) dustjacket. Orange red boards with quarter burgundy cloth. 165 pp. Just the tiniest of edgewear to the dustjacket--almost not enough to mention. Very collectable as Booker ... View more info

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Saturday

By: McEwan, Ian

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, Doubleday, 2005

Edition: First American Edition


First printing. A handsome fine copy in an unclipped and very good dustjacket. This copy is signed by author Ian McEwan directly on the title page--without any inscription. From the fine author of "Atonement"--this story circles around a day in the life of a British Neurosurgeon--beginning with waking early and having a feeling of "unease"--and from there the reader is drawn into a remarkable set of circumstances that concerns not only the life of the Dr.--but also the s... View more info

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The Innocent (Signed First Print)

By: McEwan, Ian

Price: $90.00

Publisher: New York, Doubleday Nan Talese, 1990

Edition: First


First Edition/First Printing 1990. Stated first printing June 1990. An exquisite copy in fine condition in an unclipped and fine dustjacket from the talented British Booker prize winning author of "Amsterdam" and "Atonement". This copy is flatsigned by the author on the title page just below his name. Just the tiniest of wear to the dustjacket only. This is actually more like a Robert Ludlum storyline---set in 1955 coldwar Europe and the story of espionage mixed with the... View more info