Good. Dell paperback, 1980. First printing. Binding is solid. Spine shows no visible creasing but does display minor chips as well as edge wear. Front cover is creased in upper right corner and along the spine, with a chip in the lower right. Edges are worn. Rear cover is creased across right side. Edges show some wear. Pages are whole and clean, but tanned. Remains of pencil mark on front ep. 204 pages. "The Spellstones of Shaltus" is the second novel from Nevada fantasy writer Linda E. Bushyager.
New York: Dell Publishing, 1980. First printing. Paperback. VG+. Kelly, Ken (cover). Foxing inside covers, light edgewear. From the library of noted SF & horror fan Forrest J. Ackerman (although there is no designation in the book as such). 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
New Haven: A Dell Book, 1980. This 4.25 x 7 softcover has 204 pages. In the days of the Great War between the Eastern Kingdoms adn S'Shegan, the evil wizard Shaltus had been brutally puinished for an unspeakable crime. Now he had returned, seeking vengence from the void of hell. The black soul of Shaltus lived again.. Soft Cover. Very Good.
Dell Publishing Co.. PAPERBACK. B000G9SUD4 Well read but still has a few reads left! We are FAST!! Check our feedback! Ships next day in padded envelope with barcoded address, delivery confirmation, and tracking number. . Fair.
New York: Dell , 1979. "Master Of Hawks" - Light edge wear. Solid binding, flat spine. "The Spellstone Of Shaltus" - Dell, 1980 (Very Good Plus). Short edge tear at spine heel (Very Good). Our condition grades are listed under: Book Ends / Bookseller Information. . Paperback Original - First Edition. Paperback. Very Good Plus. Illus. by Maelo Cintron cover art..
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