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    High Time to Kill by Raymond Benson & Other Lot (Blackstone Audiobooks, 2002) Overall: Very Fine+. Autographed Audiobook (7" X 9.5"), Audiobooks (8) (4.5" X 5.5" - 6.75" x 9.5"), Autographed Hardcover Book (5.5" X 8.25"), Hardcover Books (2) (5.5" X 8"), & Softcover Book (5.5" X 8.25"). James Bond.
    Featured are several James Bond series audiobooks including an autographed copy of High Time to Kill written by Raymond Benson and read by Robert Whitfield. Other audiobooks included are the Ian Fleming titles For Your Eyes Only read by Robert Whitfield (Blackstone, 2002), Diamonds are Forever read by Ian Oglivy (Music for Pleasure, 1984), and The Living Daylights read by Anthony Valentine (Listen for Pleasure, 1987); the James Gardner novels Goldeneye read by John Kenneth (Nova Audio Books, 1995), Licence to Kill (Chivers Audio Books, 1991) and Nobody Lives Forever (Chivers Audio Books, 1986) both read by David Rintoul; and the Sebastian Faulks novel for Devil May Care read by Jeremy Northam (Penguin, 2008). Also included are hardcover books including The Diamond Smugglers by Ian Fleming (Ian Fleming Publications, 2009), Czech Point by Nichol Fleming (Michael Joseph, 1970), and The Corner Men by John Gardner (Michael Joseph, 1974), and a softcover copy of Assassin of Secrets by Q. R. Markham (Mulholland Books, 2001). Unrestored items with bright color and clean overall appearances. They may have general signs of use, such as slight edge and spine wear, mild creases, surface scuffs or smudges, very minor tears, or unobtrusive stains. A few audiobooks may have small dents in the cases. Some of the audiobooks are still in the original shrink wrap, and there are both cassette tapes and CDs. There are two identical copies of the Goldeneye audiobook. The case for High Time to Kill is signed, "Raymond Benson," and The Corner Men is signed on the title page, "John Gardner." Heritage Auctions believes the signatures in this lot to be authentic, but know before bidding that no Certificate of Authenticity is provided. Due to the size/weight of this lot, shipping costs may be higher than usual.


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    6th Sunday
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