… this is a new feature on Scorpion Press each month we will create a new page here highlighting the many unsolved crimes and keep you in suspense. We intend to feature a sub genre of crime fiction and comment on the scene of the scene as best we can ....
William Styron, Sophie’s Choice 1/12 Cape 1st ed., rebound with a new introduction William Styron (1925-2006) was a one of the new American writers of the second half of the twentieth century. His outlook was derived from his predecessors, such ...£190.00
Alistair MacLean, The Guns of Navarone 1957 Books into Film rebinding 1/11 lettered copies The Introduction reads: Britain did not recover from the privations of WWII for some time. Austerity and rationing continued well into the fifties. Restoration of national ...£190.00
T E Lawrence, Seven Pillars of Wisdom, First edition (trade) published in 1935. A masterpiece in many senses – use of the language, military tactics, foresight, history etc. During his time Lawrence was the most famous Englishman. This is a ...£250.00
Tana French, The Likeness, first edition rebound in 2020 in green leather with five raised bands, signed by the author on a new introduction limitation page. Issued with a photo from the successful television adaptation. French has been labelled the ...£185.00
Peter Lovesey's Waxwork, first edition, leather rebinding is one of 12 copies with and comes with additional intro page setting the scene signed by Peter Lovesey and Alan Dobie (the actor that played DS Cribb). A photo of the ...£200.00
The Pictures by Guy Bolton, Scorpion rebinding being 1/12 in red leather with raised bands, gold and red marbled sides and an added text approved and signed by the author. It is issued with a photo of screen siren ...£175.00
John Lawton, A Little White Death, the third Inspector Troy espionage novel. 1st edition, signed on the author profile page by the author. 1/12 deluxe lettered copies released in 2019. Author Profile in book: "John Lawton has been a ...£180.00
Martin Edwards, successful crime writer (The Serpent Pool) and acknowledged expert on crime fiction devised this book by asking participants to write a story on the theme of 'original sins' – interpreted as the authors wished. The British Crime ...