- Title: CARDINAL BLACK (Signed Numbered Limited)
- Author: Robert MCCAMMON
- Publisher: SST Publications
- Published: 2019
- Edition: First Signed Numbered Limited
- Ref: 13380
About The Book
A First UK signed numbered limited edition hardback (474 copies only) with a full 1 to 10 number sequence indicating a first printing of this edition. (The title was first published by Cemetery Dance in 2019). Comes with sturdy slipcase. Bound in silk and published without a dust jacket to show off the beautiful foil stamping to boards. Comes complete with a sturdy slipcase. Unread.
This is book #82 of 474 copies and is SIGNED by Robert McCammon and Ben Baldwin (cover and interior artwork – 5 full colour illustrations) on the limitation page.
Seventh Book in the Matthew Corbett series.
SYNOPSIS: “Cardinal Black is the latest instalment in Robert McCammon’s unique series of historical thrillers featuring Matthew Corbett, professional problem solver, who has been called “the Early American James Bond.”
December 1703 finds Berry Grigsby living as Mary Lynn Nash in a small English village where she has fallen victim to Professor Fell’s involuntary drug experiments. Her mind is quickly deteriorating under the drug’s influence, and the only way to save her is a potion book that was stolen in an attack on the village orchestrated by a mysterious madman going by the name Cardinal Black.
Matthew Corbett has volunteered to travel with Julian Devane, a self-proclaimed “fool and bad man” in the employ of Professor Fell, to hunt down the potion book. They follow the trail to London, where the book will be sold at a secret auction. Matthew and Julian manage to secure a seat at the auction by masquerading as respected and feared underground operatives, but to prevail in their high-stakes mission, they will require help from a very unlikely source. Even if they are successful, their race to save Berry Grigsby will leave a trail of destruction in its wake.”
This is a very heavy book and will weigh approximately 1.5kg when packed. IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DESPATCH