Black Dogs

McEwan, Ian

£30.00

the story of an established political commentator taking stock of his life — set against the backdrop of the fall of communism and the breaching of the Berlin Wall. In 1946, June and Bernard set off on their honeymoon. Fired by their ideals and passion for one another, they had planned an idyllic holiday, but in France they witness an event that alters the course of their lives entirely. Forty years on, their son-in-law is trying to uncover the cause of their estrangement and is led back to this moment on honeymoon and an experience of such darkness it was to wrench the couple apart. Shortlisted for the Booker Prize

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Publisher
Jonathan Cape
Publisher City
London
Year
1992
Edition
1st
Format
h/b
Author
McEwan, Ian
SKU
IYC131893
Categories
Condition
Fine, 1st edition, unclipped d/j (a few bumps), black clothbound boards, gilt spine titling bright; text block firm, pages unmarked and crisp.
Size
8vo: crown (200 x 140 / 8" x 5⅜")
Page Count
174
ISBN
9.78022E+12