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The first Jerry Cornell novel, revised from [[Somewhere in the Night]].
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The first [[Jerry Cornell]] novel, revised from [[Somewhere in the Night]].
  
 
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In the UK editions of [[The Chinese Agent]], (Hutchinson hardcover, Mayflower paperback and Immanion Press omnibus) the character [[Arnold Hodgkiss]] is mis-named Arthur in the title of the first chapter and Albert on the first page of the same chapter, after being correctly named Arnold. He is referred to as Arnold throughout the rest of the book. The US editions use Arnold throughout.
 
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Revision as of 09:00, 22 August 2011

The first Jerry Cornell novel, revised from Somewhere in the Night.

Publishing History (UK)

  • Hardcover, Hutchinson, 184pp., ISBN: 0-09-103900-2, 21 Sept 1970
  • Mass Market Paperback, Granada, 160pp., ISBN: 0-583-12990-0, 20 Sep 1979, Cover by Peter Tybus

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Omnibus Publication

Publishing History (US)

  • Hardcover, Macmillan, 184pp., ISBN: 0-09-103900-2, 1970, Cover by Carl Titolo
  • Mass Market Paperback, Ace, ISBN: 0-441-10435-5, 1970, Cover by JL

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Notes

In the UK editions of The Chinese Agent, (Hutchinson hardcover, Mayflower paperback and Immanion Press omnibus) the character Arnold Hodgkiss is mis-named Arthur in the title of the first chapter and Albert on the first page of the same chapter, after being correctly named Arnold. He is referred to as Arnold throughout the rest of the book. The US editions use Arnold throughout.

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