Jack Maggs
Only 1 copies remain
Jack Maggs
ISBN
9780571190881
Released
January 1, 1997
Publisher
Faber & Faber
  • Signed by the Author
  • Hardcover
  • UK First Edition, First Printing
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Book condition

Very good first edition, with slight bruising to spine. In a very good unclipped dust jacket with bruising to the edges and corners, and a small section along the top edge of back cover where the image is beginning to peel from the paper of the jacket.



About

London,1837. Jack Maggs, raised and deported as a criminal, has returned from Australia, in secret and at great risk. What does he want after all these years, and why is he so interested in the comings and goings at a plush townhouse in Great Queen Street? And why is Jack himself an object of such interest to Tobias Oates, celebrated author, amateur hypnotist and fellow burglar - in this case of people's minds, of their histories and inner phantoms? A thrilling story of mesmerism and possession, of dangerous bargains and illicit love against the backdrop of Victorian London.

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