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Very Good. Book. Signed by Author(s) A manual to contemporary politics from the mid twentieth century by teachers, Colin Dexter and Edgar Rayner. An uncommon work. Dexter and Rayner worked together at Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys in Leicester and remained lifelong friends. This work was aimed at sixth-form students who wanted to know more about politics which may aid university applications. Signed by the authors to the title page, with Dexter writing in parenthesis 'The Minor Co-Author'. Colin Dexter was a popular English crime writer, best known for his 'Inspector Morse' series of novels. Throughout his career he received several Crime Writer's Association awards: Two Silver Daggers, Two Gold Daggers and A Cartier Diamond Dagger. He also received an OBE for his services to literature. Condition: In the original limp cloth binding. Wraps are slightly age toned due to sunning. Light rubbing to the joints. Creasing to the spine. Price label to verso of front wrap. Signed by authors to the title page. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright and clean. Overall Condition: Very Good.
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