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.

Home Fire

Kamila Shamsie

From the publisher:

WINNER OF THE WOMEN’S PRIZE FOR FICTION 2018 SHORTLISTED FOR THE COSTA NOVEL AWARD 2017 LONGLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE 2017 A GUARDIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 AN ...

Known and Strange Things

Teju Cole

From the publisher:

A collection of essays from the award-winning author of Open City and Every Day Is for the Thief. It comes with pieces on politics, photography, travel, history and ...

Returning to Reims

Didier Eribon, translated by Michael Lucey

From the publisher:

‘A deeply intelligent and searching book, one that makes you re-consider the narrative of your own life and reframe the story you tell yourself’ Hilary Mantel “There ...

How the Light Gets in

Clare Fisher

From the publisher:

How the Light Gets In is the debut collection from award winning short story writer, Clare Sita Fisher. A book of very short stories that explores the spaces between light ...

Essex Clay

Andrew Motion

From the publisher:

Andrew Motion’s prose memoir In the Blood (2006) was widely acclaimed, praised as ‘an act of magical retrieval’ (Daily Telegraph) and ‘a hymn to familial love’ ...

The Sparsholt Affair

Alan Hollinghurst

From the publisher:

The Sparsholt Affair is the long-awaited sixth novel from the supreme stylist of British fiction and previous winner of the Man Booker Prize. From Oxford during the dark days ...

Rather His Own Man

Geoffrey Robertson QC

From the publisher:

In this witty, engrossing and sometimes poignant memoir, a sequel to his best-selling The Justice Game, Geoffrey Robertson charts his progress from pimply state schoolboy to ...

Brother in Ice

Alicia Kopf

From the publisher:

This hybrid novel uses the stories of polar exploration to make sense of the protagonist’s own concerns as she comes of age as an artist, a daughter, and a sister to an ...

Silence: In the Age of Noise

Erling Kagge

From the publisher:

THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER This breathtaking, inspiring little book teaches us how to find precious moments of silence – whether we are crossing the Antarctic, climbing ...

The Mars Room

Rachel Kushner

From the publisher:

THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER‘Kushner is one of our most outstanding modern writers.’ STYLIST’More knowing about prison life [than Orange Is The New Black]...

Upstate

James Wood

From the publisher:

Alan Querry, a successful property developer from the north of England, has two daughters: Vanessa, a philosopher who lives and teaches in Saratoga Springs, NY, and Helen, a ...

The Great Concert of the Night

Jonathan Buckley

From the publisher:

In the small hours of January 1st, a man begins to write, having watched Le Grand Concert de la Nuit, a film in which a former lover – Imogen – plays a major role. For ...

Motherhood

Sheila Heti

From the publisher:

Motherhood treats one of the most consequential decisions of early adulthood – whether or not to have children – with the intelligence, wit and originality that have won ...

Conversations with Friends

Sally Rooney

From the publisher:

WINNER OF THE SUNDAY TIMES / PFD YOUNG WRITER OF THE YEARA SUNDAY TIMES, OBSERVER AND TELEGRAPH BOOK OF THE YEARFrances is twenty-one years old, cool-headed and observant.

Hera Lindsay Bird

Hera Lindsay Bird

From the publisher:

‘Without doubt the most arresting and original new young poet, on the page and in performance’ – Carol Ann Duffy A Sunday Times Book of the Year and New Zealand’s ...

The Singing Glacier

Helen Mort

From the publisher:

In August 2016, poet Helen Mort, along with composer William Carslake, travelled to south-eastern Greenland to cross the remote glaciers and climb mountains near Sermiligaaq ...

Soho

Richard Scott

From the publisher:

In this intimate and vital debut, Richard Scott creates an uncompromising portrait of love and gay shame.

Arkady

Patrick Langley

From the publisher:

A portrait of modern urban living, Patrick Langley’s debut ARKADY is a brilliant coming-of-age novel as brimming with vitality as the city itself.

Gringa

Joe Thomas

From the publisher:

GRINGA is set in Sao Paulo, where Mario Leme, a detective in the Policia Civil, has developed a friendship with a young English investigative journalist called Ellie: they ...

How Should a Person Be?

Sheila Heti

Joanna Biggs writes:

Every episode of Made in Chelsea, a ‘structured reality’ TV show which follows the lives and loves of a group of real (and very posh) people, is prefaced with a ...

Whistle in the Dark

Emma Healey

From the publisher:

In the award-winning Elizabeth is Missing debut novelist Emma Healey explored grandmother Maud’s attempt to solve a 70-year-old mystery as she succumbed to dementia. Now, ...

Seven Types of Atheism

John Gray

From the publisher:

SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER ‘A highly readable, fascinating book that jerks the debate on religion versus atheism right out of its crusted rut into the light of serious ...

Painter to the King

Amy Sackville

From the publisher:

This is a portrait of Diego Velazquez, from his arrival at the court of King Philip IV of Spain, to his death 38 years and scores of paintings later. It is a portrait of a ...