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Robert Harris, born 1953, is an international best-selling author despite, or perhaps because of, a canon of only four novels to date. The quality of the writing, the research and the structure are what sets them apart. There has also been success at the box office, Enigma was superbly adapted for film and featured Dougray Scott and Kate Winslet. The first novel, Fatherland, was also filmed and deals with the subject of what would have happened had Hitler won the war and taken over Britain. Needless to say, collectors were not slow to show an interest and the first novel soon became something of a cornerstone title. Whilst not exactly rare it is not easy to find in fine condition and is, by far, the most valuable of his works. First editions of later titles are relatively easy to find and only fine copies in fine dust jackets should really be considered. Serious collectors may want to only consider signed copies as they can be located.
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Title   Date Notes
A Higher Form of Killing Chatto 1982 US: 1982 Hill. with Jeremy Paxman
Gotcha ! The Media, The Government and the Falklands Crisis Faber 1983 paperback
The Making of Neil Kinnock Faber 1984  
Selling Hitler Faber 1986 US: 1986 Pantheon
Good and Faithful Servant. The Unauthorized Biography of Bernard Ingham Faber 1990  
Fatherland Hutchinson 1992 US: 1992 Random
Enigma Hutchinson 1995 US: 1995 Random
Archangel Hutchinson 1998 US: 1999 Random
Pompeii Hutchinson 2003 US: 2003 Random

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