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Book Description
Johnathan Cape, London, 1970. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Clean and bright blue boards with bright gilt letters to spine; hard spine ends and sharp corners; publisher's red stain to top of very clean and firm text block. Dust jacket condition: Very Good: clean and bright front cover, hint of wear to spine ends. Contents fine. Not price-clipped.
Dealer Notes
Bomber is a novel by Len Deighton that was published in the United Kingdom in 1970. It is the fictionalised account of "the events relating to the last flight of an RAF Bomber over Germany on the night of June 31st, 1943", a deliberately impossible date, in which an RAF bombing raid on the Ruhr area of western Germany goes wrong. In each chapter, the plot is advanced by seeing the progress of the day through the eyes of protagonists on both sides of the conflict.

Bomber was the first novel to be written on a word processor.
Author Len Deighton
Date 1970
Binding Cloth
Publisher Jonathan Cape
Illustrator N/A
Condition Very Good Plus
Pages 494

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