King of the City

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A London novel, sometimes described as a sequel or companion to Mother London. It is also an unofficial Cornelius novel with the narrator, Denny Dover, being a grown up version of the real Jerry Cornelius from The Condition of Muzak.[1]

Publishing history (UK)

  • Hardcover, Scribner, 432pp., ISBN: 0-684-86143-7, 2 May 2000, Cover by blacksheep
  • Trade Paperback, Scribner, 432pp., ISBN: 0-684-86140-2, 2 May 2000, Cover by blacksheep
  • Paperback, Scribner, 432pp., ISBN: 0-684-86144-5, 8 May 2001, Cover by blacksheep
  • Paperback, Gollancz, 576pp., ISBN-12: 978-1473213272, 30 June 2016, Cover by ??

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Publishing History (US)

  • Hardcover, William Morrow, 421pp., ISBN: 0-380-97589-0, August 2001
  • Paperback, Perennial, 432pp., ISBN: 0-380-79503-5, Dec 2002

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