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Fishhead: The Darker Tales of Irvin S. Cobb

by Irvin S. Cobb

Condition: New/No Jacket Issued


Oswaltwistle Lancashire: Parallel Universe Publications, 2017. Brand new copy in fine condition. Contains fourteen of Irvin S. Cobb's darker stories: Fishhead, The Escape of Mr Trimm, The Gallowsmith, Mr Lobel's Apoplexy, The Unbroken Chain, The Second Coming of the First Husband, Masterpiece, January Thaw, Cabbages and Kings, We Can'y All Be Thoroughbreds, Queer Creek, Ace, Deuce, Ten Spot, Joker, Balm of Gilead, Faith, Hope, and Charity. It also includes an introduction and a bibliography, plus a frontispiece specially drawn for the edition by the artist Jim Pitts.. First Edition. Laminated Boards. New/No Jacket Issued. Illus. by Jim Pitts. 6" x 9". Horror.


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