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Signed First Editions Featuring "A Dangerous Fortune" by Follett with More Books

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Title and Author/Editor: A Dangerous Fortune (Ken Follett, 1993), The Pearl (John Steinbeck, 1947), The Man Who Loved Dirty Books (David Guy, 1983), Football Dreams (David Guy, 1980), A Rumelheart Must Roam (Maude Smith Delavan, 1939), Man of Destiny (Martin L. Gross, 1997), Washington, D. C. (Gore Vidal, 1967), Fools Die (Mario Puzo, 1978), The Cardinal of the Kremlin (Tom Clancy, 1988), In This House of Brede (Rumer Godden, 1969), The Condor Passes (Shirley Ann Grauy, 1971), The Case of the Deadly Toy (Erle Stanley Gardner, 1959), Yesterday’s Spy (Len Deighton, 1975), The Day of the Jackal (Frederick Forsyth, 1971), A Stranger Is Watching (Mary Higgins Clark, 1977), The Doomsday Conspiracy (Sidney Shelton, 1991), The Amateur (Robert Littell, 1981)
Genre: Mystery, Crime and Detective, Historical Fiction, Drama and Tragedy
Binding: Hardcover
Dust Jacket: Yes
Period: Mid to Late 20th Century
Edition Statement: First Edition/First Printing, Book Club Edition, Early Printing
Signed: Yes
Signed by: Ken Follett, David Guy, Maude Smith Delavan
Number of Books: 17
  • Please note, this is an item that may be especially difficult to move and/or transport. Unless the shipping option is selected, the winner is responsible for bringing appropriate assistance, vehicle, proper materials, and any necessary tools to pickup.
  • Everything But The House does not authenticate celebrity memorabilia. Items that are consigned with Certificates or Letters of Authenticity (COA) are listed as such with the item’s description.


- wear to covers and dust jackets with cocked spine, price clipped, chipping, rubbed edges, bumped corners and soiling; writing to endpapers; tanning to text blocks and text edges.


2.0" W x 9.5" H x 6.5" D

- measures A Dangerous Fortune.

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