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The Madrid Codices (6 Vol...
Da Vinci, Leonardo and Re...
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Trending Into Maine
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Heroes Of Ancient Israel
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Lucky Starr And The Moons...
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Exiles Of Time
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The History Of Magic Incl...
Levi, Eliphas (Alphonse L...
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Complete Panther H P Love...
Lovecraft, H P ( Howard P...
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Carrie -- -by Stephen Kin...
King, Stephen (aka: Rich...
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The Second ( 2nd ) World ...
Churchill, Winston S. ( S...
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Clemons, Michael " Pi...
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Two Volumes: Santa's Twi...
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History Of Dorset Freemas...
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Hannes Bok Bookplate (as ...
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Best Of Weird Tales ---wi...
Betancourt, John and Robe...
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The Early Fears ---by Rob...
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|Bookseller||Book Details||Price in USD|
|Trail to Buddha's Mirror, The, Winslow, Don|
St. Martin's Press, New York, 1992
First Edition. Author's scarcest title, his second book. Featuring Neal Carey, street kid turned private eye. Book has bumped corners and faint discoloration to top of fore edge. DJ has edgewea
|Mercier and Camier, Beckett, Samuel|
Grove, New York, 1974
First American Edition. Translated by the author, winner of the Nobel prize for Literature in 1969, from the original French. Originally written in 1946, first published in France in 1970. Previ
|Lives of the Monster Dogs, Bakis, Kirsten|
Farrar Strauss Giroux, New York, 1997
First Edition. Author's first book. Winner of the Bram Stoker Award for first novel. As new, in fine dustjacket.
|Mezzanine, The, Baker, Nicholson|
Weidenfeld & Nicolson, New York, 1988
First Edition. Author's first book. Fine in fine dustjacket.
|Beans, The, Chute, Carolyn|
Chatto & Windus, London, 1985
First British Editiom. First state dustjacket with solid yellow back panel. Minor fading to bottom of rear panel.
|A Dinner of Herbs, Mavity, Nancy Barr|
Used, First Edition Condition: Very Good, Jacket: Very Good
Thomas Seltzer, New York, 1923
First book by the author of the Peter Piper detective novels. First third of book are poems dedicated to her just born daughter. From the introduction: "This Little Book for Nancy - as at fir
|Musical Chairs, Friedman, Kinky|
Morrow, New York, 1991
First Edition. Inscribed to Wavy Gravy - "Wavy, May the very best of the past be the worst of the future, Love, The Kinkster, 1/29/92". Spine and corners bumped, shelfwear to bottom boards
|Caravans, Michener, James A.|
Random House, New York, 1963
First Edition. Dustjacket has 1/2" closed tear on front cover, wear at spine ends and flap corners.
|Whirlpool, The, Urquhart, Jane|
Godine, Boston, 1990
First Edition. Author's first book.Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Aristos, Fowles, John|
Little Brown, New York, 1964
First Edition. Precedes the British edition." A Self-Portrait in Ideas". Bit of edgewear to spine ends and corner flaps of dustjacket.
|Shark-Infested Custard, The, Willeford, Charles|
Underwood-Miller, Novato, 1993
First Edition thus.Part 1 of the Shark Infested Custard was first published as Strange in the story collection "Everybody's Metamorphosis" in 1988 in an edition of 446 hardcover copies fro
|Dark Door, The, Wilhelm, Kate|
Gollancz, London, 1990
First UK Edition. SF mystery featuring Constance Leidl and Charlie Meiklejohn. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Ways of Loving, Gill, Brendan|
Harcourt, Brace and Jovanovich, New York, 1974
First edition. Collection of novellas and short stories by the noted Broadway theatre critic for the New Yorker. Bookplate, else fine in fine dustjacket.
|Man in the Holocene, Frisch, Max|
Harcourt, Brace and Jovanovich, New York, 1980
First US Edition. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Night People, The, Finney, Jack|
Doubleday, New York, 1977
First Edition. Spine ends rubbed. Dustjacket has wear to both spine ends. Price-clipped, with previous owner's label on ffep.
|Businessman, The, Disch, Thomas|
Harper & Row, New York, 1984
First Edition. Spine slightly cocked. Dustjacket has wear to spine ends and corner flaps.
|Margaret and I, Wilhelm, Kate|
Little Brown, New York, 1971
First Edition. Staining to fore-edges. Dustjacket has several tears.
|To Play The Fool, King, Laurie R.|
St. Martin's, New York, 1995
First Edition. Second Kate Martinelli mystery. Fine, in fine dustjacket. Signed by the author.
|Final Notice, Gores, Joe|
Random House, New York, 1973
First Edition. Edgar Award winning author's third book. Second DKA File novel. Dustjacket has wear to spine ends and chips to corner flaps.
|Murder in E Minor, Goldsborough, Robert|
Bantam, New York, 1986
First Edition. Nero Wolfe returns. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Hard-Wired, Williams, Walter Jon|
Macdonald & Co., London, 1986
First British Edition. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Timor Mortis, Harriss, Will|
Walker, New York, 1986
First Edition. Inscribed by the author. Author's second book. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Dia De Los Muertos, Harrington, Kent|
Dennis McMillan, Tucson, AZ, 1997
First Edition. Signed by the author. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Closet Hanging, The, Fennelly, Tony|
Carroll & Graf, New York, 1987
First Edition. Second Matt Sinclair mystery. Dustjacket has wear to spine ends and corner flaps. Remainder mark.
|Grave Talent, A, King, Laurie R.|
St. Martin's, New York, 1993
Fourth printing. Signed by the Author. First Kate Martinelli mystery. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Cast, In Order of Disappearance, Brett, Simon|
Scribners, New York, 1975
First Edition. Author's first book. First Charles Paris mystery. Slightly cocked, with two tears to front of dustjacket, minor wear to flap ends.
|Natural Causes, Valin, Jonathan|
Congdon & Weed, New York, 1983
First Edition. 5th Harry Stoner mystery. Spine slightly cocked. Dustjacket has wear to spine ends, flap corners.
|House At Satan's Elbow, Carr, John Dickson|
Harper & Row, New York, 1965
First Edition. Dr. Fell mystery. Dustjacket has slightest of wear to spine ends and corner flaps.
|Death and Taxes, Dunlap, Susan|
Delacorte, New York, 1992
First Edition. Signed by the author on title page on 4/13/92. Jill Smith mystery. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Outerbridge Reach, Stone, Robert|
Ticknor & Fields, New York, 1992
First edition. Signed by the Author. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Echo Of Our Song, The, Pukui, Mary K. & Korn, Alfons L., Ed.|
University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu, 1973
First Edition. Chants and Poems of the Hawaiians. Inscribed by Alfons L. Korn. Foxing to boards and edges. Dustjacket has chips and wear to top of spine, browning to edges.
|Sal Si Puedes, Matthiessen, Peter|
Random House, New York, 1969
First Edition. "Cesar Chavez and the New American Revolution". Dustjacket has 1/4" by 3/4" chip missing from top of spine, minor wear and a few creases.
|Egyptian Journal, An, Golding, William|
Faber and Faber, Boston, 1985
First American Edition. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Shortline Railroads of Arkansas, Hull, Clifton E.|
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1969
First Edition. Spine bottom worn. Dustjacket has chips and wear with fading to folds and front cover.
|Fathers, Gold, Herbert|
Secker & Warburg, London, 1967
First British Edition. Signed by the Author. Spine bumped. Dustjacket has wear to spine top and bottom and corner flaps.
|Briefing For a Descent Into Hell, Lessing, Doris|
Knopf, New York, 1971
First Edition. Dustjacket has minor rubbing, else fine.
|Darkness, I, Lee, Tanith|
St. Martin's, New York, 1996
First Edition. Review Copy. Dustjacket has slight rubbing to corner flaps.
|Blood of Others, The, De Beauvoir, Simone|
Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1948
First American Edition. Author's first book to be translated into English. Translated by Roger Senhouse and Yvonne Moyse. Boards are rubbed. Dustjacket spine is sunned, wear to folds, chips to spi
|One For the Gods, Merrick, Gordon|
Bernard Geis Associates, New York, 1971
First Edition. Dustjacket has minor rubbing, 1/2" triangular piece missing from top of spine, small chips at flap corners.
|Works of Love, The, Morris, Wright|
Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1952
First Edition. Dustjacket spine slightly browned, with chips and tears to spine top, wear to spine bottom and flap corners.
|Egghead Republic, The, Schmidt, Arno|
Marion Boyars, London, 1979
First Edition. Fine, in lightly rubbed dustjacket.
|Collected Stories, The, Singer, Isaac Bashevis|
Farrar Strauss Giroux, New York, 1982
First Edition. Price-clipped dustjacket has a few small tears and rubbing. Previous owner's gift inscription on ffep.
|Benefactor, The, Sontag, Susan|
Farrar Strauss and Company, New York, 1963
First Edition. Author's first book. Slight sunning to top of spine. Slightly rubbed dustjacket has tears and browning.
|Mile Zero, Sanchez, Thomas|
Knopf, New York, 1989
First Edition. Signed by the Author. Author's third book. Fine, in fine dustjacket.
|Waltz Invention, The, Nabokov, Vladimir|
Phaedra, New York, 1966
First Edition. "Variant B" (white endpapers, 4 signatures on non-acidic paper ] First state dustjacket. Slight rubbing to spine and dustjacket spine.
|Morgan's Passing, Tyler, Anne|
Knopf, New York, 1980
First Edition. Eighth Anne Tyler novel. Spine slightly slanted. Dustjacket spine has small tear on top, rubbing to both spine ends and flap corners. Previous owner's name taped to ffep.
|Laughing Whitefish, Traver, Robert|
McGraw-Hill, New York, 1965
First Edition. Bumped spine ends. Price-clipped dustjacket lightly rubbed and creased at spine top.
|Hornstein's Boy, Traver, Robert|
St. Martin's, New York, 1962
First Edition. Dustjacket has edgewear to spine ends and flap corners, chips and a tear to rear panel.
|Ivanhoe Keeler, Stong, Phil|
Farrar & Rinehart, New York, 1939
First Edition. Front board soiled at bottom. Spine top bumped. Dustjacket spine sunned, with small chips, tears and creases.
|Flag for Sunrise, A, Stone, Robert|
Knopf, New York, 1981
First Edition. Price-clipped dustjacket slightly rubbed. Remainder mark.
|La Maravilla, Vea Jr., Alfredo|
Dutton, New York, 1993
First Edition. Author's first book. Signed by the Author on the title page. Slight soiling of front panel from shelving rubbing, else fine, in dustjacket.
|American Boys, The, Harrington, Kent|
Dennis McMillan, Tucson, AZ, 2000
First Edition. Limited to 150 copies, signed and numbered by the author, bound in quarter-morocco and hand-made paper covered boards. Issued with slipcase and dust jacket.
|Aegypt, Crowley, John|
Bantam, New York, 1987
First Edition, with unprice-clipped dustjacket. Signed by the Author. Fine, in dustjacket that has a few chips and tears and wear to the board corners.
|Death Comes for the Archbishop, Cather, Willa|
Knopf, New York, 1927
First Edition, without dustjacket. Yellow ochre topstain. Spine bumped, corners have slight wear.
|I Will Repay, Orczy, Baroness|
Lippincott, New York, 1906
First Edition. No dustjacket. A Scarlet Pimpernel novel. Spine faded, with slight rubbing to board corners and edges.
|Fairfield's Pioneer History of Lassen County, California, Fairfield, Asa Merrill|
H. S. Crocker, San Francisco, 1916
First Edition. Maroon cloth, with gilt top edge, gilt titles and gilt front cover. Sunning to the spine, with slight wear to spine ends and board corners.
|Cowboys are My Weakness, Houston, Pam|
Norton, New York, 1992
First Edition, in dustjacket. First state, with tipped-in title page. Signed by the author. Spine bumped, in fine dustjacket.
|Indian Country, Johnson, Dorothy M.|
Ballantine, New York, 1953
First Edition, with dustjacket, with original publisher's $2.00 price. Contains both "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" and "A Man Called Horse", along with nine other short storie
|William Patterson Alexander, Alexander, Mary C.|
Privately Printed, Honolulu, 1934
First Edition. No dustjacket. Signed by the author. Slightly soiled. Contains maps and illustrations with map endpapers.
|Rocky Mountain Revolution, The, Holbrook, Stewart H.|
Henry Holt and Co., New York, 1956
First Edition, $3.95 priced dustjacket. One of the ten author's copies. Inscribed to author Kathryn Winslow. "For Kathryn and Bill, Ever, Stewart, Portland, Oregon Aug. 19, 1959." With a
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