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Secret Histories (SIGNED Lettered Edition) N of 12 Copies by  F. Paul Wilson - Signed First Edition - 2008 - from Book Gallery // Mike Riley and

Secret Histories (SIGNED Lettered Edition) N of 12 Copies

by Wilson, F. Paul

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Gauntlet Publications. 2008. Limited Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 1934267023 . Hardcover. Book and Dust Jacket are in FINE condition in a FINE condition Tray Case/Clamshell. 2008. Gauntlet Publications. 237 pages. SIGNED by F. Paul Wilson. This is copy "N" of a Lettered Limited Edition of 12 copies. This is one of hundreds of Like-New condition Limited Editions "Mostly Lettered" recently acquired from a major Collector of Fantastic, Dark Fantasy, and Horror Literature. Presses include Centipede, Gauntlet, PS Publishing, Bloodletting, Cargo Cult, Biting Dog, Night Shade, Subterranean, Cemetery Dance, Delirium, Overlook Connection, Borderlands, Dark Regions, Earthling Publications and Charnel House. Inquiries Welcome. ; 8.74 X 5.91 X 1.26 inches; 237 pages; Signed by Author .


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