CR for CR: DeLillo and Easton Ellis books

Earlier in the week Mark highlighted Picador’s new set of Don DeLillo books with covers by Noma Bar. The nice people at Picador have kindly agreed to donate a complete set of these books – 10 in total – along with a set of Brett Easton Ellis paperbacks to aid Comic Relief

Earlier in the week Mark highlighted Picador’s new set of Don DeLillo books with covers by Noma Bar. The nice people at Picador have kindly agreed to donate a complete set of these books – 10 in total – along with a set of 6 Brett Easton Ellis paperbacks to aid Comic Relief.

The Easton Ellis paperbacks are a repackaged backlist released to mark the 25th anniversary of the publication of Less Than Zero. The covers were designed by none other than the marvellous Chip Kidd.

If you’d like to bid to get your hands on these, you can bid for them here.

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