Signed Editions - Only In Bury Place

Thanks to our prestigious series of events and our excellent location, we get a lot of famous authors dropping by. The result is a constantly changing selection of highly-collectible signed first editions. Below you'll find a selection of what we have.

These titles are only available in person from the Bookshop – click 'Reserve Instore' by an individual title, or click the button below to use our contact form (please specify you would like a signed copy). Or you can contact us by phone (020 7269 9030) or email (books@lrbshop.co.uk) to reserve a copy. Payment should be made either in person at the shop, or by telephone.

White Tears

Hari Kunzru

From the publisher:

A feverish new tale from the bestselling author of The Impressionist: two ambitious young musicians are drawn into a dark underworld, haunted by the ghosts of a repressive ...

£14.99

British Museum

Daljit Nagra

From the publisher:

Explores the impact of the first wave of mass migration to our shores, the Arab Spring, the allure of extremism along with a series of personal poems about the pressures of ...

£14.99

Spoils

Brian Van Reet

From the publisher:

It is 2003 and coalition forces are advancing on Iraq. Nineteen-year-old Specialist Cassandra Wigheard, on her first deployment since joining the US army two years earlier, ...

£12.99

Night Sky with Exit Wounds

Ocean Vuong

From the publisher:

A book of poetry steeped in war and cultural upheaval and wielding a fresh new language. It is about the most profound subjects – love and loss, conflict, grief, memory and ...

£10.00

Grief is the Thing with Feathers

Max Porter

From the publisher:

In a London flat, two young boys face the unbearable sadness of their mother’s sudden death. Their father, a Ted Hughes scholar and scruffy romantic, imagines a future of ...

Release

Patrick Ness

From the publisher:

A startling and tender novel about how to let yourself love and set yourself free by Patrick Ness, the twice Carnegie Medal-winning author of A Monster Calls.

£12.99

Anything is Possible

Elizabeth Strout

From the publisher:

An unforgettable cast of small-town characters copes with love and loss from the No. 1 New York Times bestselling and Man Booker long-listed author of My Name is Lucy Barton ...

£12.99

Ghachar Ghochar

Vivek Shanbhag

From the publisher:

A sensitive young man who is never named – along with his sister, his parents, and his uncle move from a cramped, ant-infested shack to a larger house and encounter ...

£10.00

Bad Dreams and Other Stories

Tessa Hadley

From the publisher:

Features short stories, in which two sisters quarrel over an inheritance and a new baby; a child awake in the night explores the familiar rooms of her home, strange in the ...

£16.99

Bright Air Black

David Vann

From the publisher:

Takes us aboard the ship Argo for its epic return journey across the Black Sea from Persia’s Colchis – as Medea flees her home and father with Jason, the Argonauts, and ...

£16.99

Nocilla Dream

Agustin Fernandez Mallo, translated by Thomas Bunstead

From the publisher:

Hailed as one of the most daring experiments in Spanish literature of recent years, and full of references to indie cinema, collage, conceptual art, practical architecture, ...

£12.99

Nocilla Experience

Agustin Fernandez Mallo, translated by Thomas Bunstead

From the publisher:

NOCILLA EXPERIENCE in the second volume in the celebrated Nocilla trilogy by Agustin Fernandez Mallo, which brought about an important shift in contemporary Spanish writing ...

£12.99

Keeping on Keeping on

Alan Bennett

From the publisher:

‘I seem to have banged on this year rather more than usual. I make no apology for that, nor am I nervous that it will it make a jot of difference. I shall still be thought ...

£25.00

The Transition

Luke Kennard

From the publisher:

LONGLISTED FOR THE DESMOND ELLIOTT PRIZE A RADIO 4 BOOK AT BEDTIME What’s standing between you and success?

£12.99

The Good People

Hannah Kent

From the publisher:

Shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize 2017 County Kerry, Ireland, 1825. NORA, bereft after the sudden death of her beloved husband, finds herself alone and caring for her ...

£14.99

Nutshell

Ian McEwan

Adam Mars-Jones writes:

In Key Largo Humphrey Bogart’s character tells a child a ‘fairy tale’, incongruously (in this film noir context) passing on the Jewish folk myth that the baby in ...

£16.99

Christodora

Tim Murphy

Adam Mars-Jones writes:

The Christodora of Tim Murphy’s novel is a New York apartment building, ‘handsomely simple’, built on the corner of Avenue B and 9th Street in the 1920s. By the ...

£16.99