Heyer, Georgette

Georgette Heyer wrote a great many historical and detective novels during the middle part of the twentieth century; she demonstrated her belief that publicity was not essential for success.
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Cotillion, 1st edn 1953 (Georgette Heyer)Jacket design (following a helpful suggestion by Lawrence Blackmore) by Philip Gough.

ReproJacket #112-A-1, size 189x509mm.
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Frederica, 1st edn 1965 (Georgette Heyer)Jacket design by Artur Barbosa.

ReproJacket #378-A-1, size 202.2x486mm.
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Lady of Quality, 1st edn 1972 (Georgette Heyer)The last title in Heyer's lengthy series of Regency novels, published shortly before her death.

Jacket design by Edward Mortelmans.

ReproJacket #374-A-1, size 202.3x489mm.
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My Lord John, 1st edn 1975 (Georgette Heyer)The author's last book, published shortly after her death.

Jacket design by Edward Mortelmans.

ReproJacket #379-A-1, size 203.6x483mm.
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Sylvester, 1st edn 1957 (Georgette Heyer)Jacket design by Artur Barbosa.

ReproJacket #113-A-1, size 202.6x510mm.
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The Nonesuch, 1st edn 1962 (Georgette Heyer)Jacket design by Artur Barbosa.

Barbosa's jackets for the Heyer romances are completely iconic, but many of the wraparound variety seem to be open to the criticism that their composition is oblivious to the spinal element, which of course cuts off to all intents and purposes the left side of the image; in the case of this one, the spine fold bisects the carriage and the mansion atop the distant hill.

ReproJacket #116-A-1, size 203.1x507mm.