A First Edition, [First Printing] of 'Fleming of Honister' by Graham Sutton in Fine condition in a Fine condition dust jacket published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1953.
First Edition, [First Printing]
Book edition identified by: 1) publisher's imprint information states 'First published 1953' and 2) no later editions or printings stated in the publisher's imprint information. Dust jacket edition identified by: 1) blurb and priced '12/6 [line break] net' on the front flap, 2) Graham Sutton's bio on the rear flap and 3) a series of five book reviews ending with one by 'Edward Shanks the Sunday Chronicle' on the lower panel.
A very tidy copy, in a very tidy dust jacket. All notable faults: Light browning on the pages prior to page 48.
Graham Sutton (1892 to 1959)—A Cumbrian writer, fellwalker and climber born in Scotby near Carlisle, and educated at St. Bees. He was a journalist, wrote and performed radio plays and adrama critic, but is probably best known for his four books in the Fleming Series, about generations of a Cumberland Family.
12 mo (17.5-20 cm high). 288 printed pages in publisher's original red cloth with black 'Fleming of Honister', 'Graham Sutton' and Hodder and Stoughton logo on the spine, in dust jacket.
Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1953
Hodder and Stoughton—(Founded in 1868) A British publishing house whose books include Winston Churchill, GK Chesterton, Leslie Charteris's The Saint Series, the English translations of the Asterix comics and Teach Yourself books and their famous 'Yellow jackets'. Most recent title include those by John le Carré, Stephen King, Jodi Picoult, Rosamunde Pilcher, John Connolly and Jeffery Deaver. [McBride page 55] [Zempel and Verkler page 208].
Fleming Series Number Four
Fleming Series—A series of four novels by Graham Sutton about generations of a Cumberland Family. The series contains 4 books. The first book was originally published in 1946 and the last book was originally published in 1953.
A novel set in Cumberland in the 1870s. The fourth part of the Fleming Series.
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