Burke, Martyn - The Commissar's Report. Granada. 1984, 1st.
What Heller's Catch-22 did for the Second World War, Burke's The Commissar's Report does for the Cold War. From its opening page to the bizarre twist at the end, the novel is a trhilling, wickedly funny and darkly satirical tale. ... (flap). 8¾" x 5½", 380pp, dark-green buckram, hardback.
Ex-library (hinges taped, and stitched, with cloth library-tape, remnants of lending slip on front-free endpaper, reference stamp on title-page, very faint glue mark? of some sort of 2½" x 4" label at foot of back end paper); slight edge-foxing; page-edge browning; very good minus complete with very good minus (slightly sunned spine, slight edge-wear) wrapper, not price-cut.
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