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The Dark Tower VI: Wizard and Glass
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The Dark Tower VI: Wizard and Glass

By Stephen King

First American edition, first impression (Donald M. Grant, 1997). Illustrated by Dave McKean. Publisher's original black cloth with gold lettering to spine and pictorial endpapers. Fine, with small raised area to surface of upper board; spine slightly concave, as is common. Contents lovely and clean and free from writing and inscriptions. The original and unclipped dust jacket is also in fine condition. An excellent copy of the fourth book in the Dark Tower series, which presents as unread.

$167.80

The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three
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The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three

By Stephen King

First American edition, first impression (Donald M. Grant, 1987). Cover art and illustrations by Phil Hale. Publisher's original black cloth with gold lettering to spine and attractive pictorial endpapers and paste-downs. Just slight evidence of bowing to upper board, contents are nice and clean and free from inscriptions - a little better than near fine, in a fine dust jacket with just a couple of very minor instances of rubbing to spine ends. A superior example of the second book in the Dark Tower series.

$201.36

The Waste Lands
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The Waste Lands

By Stephen King

First American edition, first impression (Donald M. Grant, 1991). The third book in the Dark Tower series with illustrations by Ned Dameron. Publisher's original red cloth with black lettering to spine and pictorial endpapers and paste-downs. About fine with a hint of dustiness to top edge and small area of soiling to bottom corner of bottom edge, both boards and contents nice and clean otherwise, in a near fine dust jacket with slight concavity to spine panel and very minor traces of light wear in places.

$174.51

Moving Pictures
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Moving Pictures

By Terry Pratchett

First edition, first impression (Gollancz, 1990). Jacket art by Josh Kirby. Publisher's original black cloth with gold lettering to spine. A hint of knocking to top corners of boards, else fine. The original and unclipped dust jacket has some light wear to the top, primarily to spine head. A near fine copy overall of the tenth Discworld novel.

$87.26

The God Delusion
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The God Delusion

By Richard Dawkins

First edition, first impression (Bantam Press, 2006). Publisher's original black cloth with gold lettering to spine. Fine book in a fine dust jacket with very light traces of wear to top edge and a tiny nick to top corner only visible under close inspection. An excellent copy.

$80.54

The Running Man
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The Running Man

By Richard Bachman (Stephen King)

First edition, first impression (Signed, 1982). Housed in removable protective sleeve. Some creasing to bottom corner of rear cover with very minor wear to upper cover hinge from opening; edges a little toned with a couple of minor marks. A near fine example.

$201.36

The Four Loves
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The Four Loves

By C.S. Lewis

First edition, first impression (Geoffrey Bles, 1960). Publisher's original cloth with red lettering to spine. Some off-setting to endpapers, near fine otherwise in a very good jacket with a little fading/toning to spine panel and mild rubbing here and there to extremities; a few fairly inconspicuous ink marks to bottom portion of upper panel; some toning to dust jacket verso. A better than very good copy overall.

$80.54

The Night Manager
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The Night Manager

By John le Carré

First edition, first impression (Hodder & Stoughton, 1993). Signed and inscribed by the author to the title page in the year of publication. Publishers original black cloth with gold lettering to spine. Slightest hint of compression to spine ends with a small ding to fore-edge of upper board, fine otherwise in a near fine dust jacket with a trivial amount of wear to top edge and inconspicuous damp-staining to top edge of lower panel and flap verso. A near fine copy overall.

$268.48

Roadwork
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Roadwork

By Richard Bachman (Stephen King)

First American edition, first impression (Signet, 1981). A little creasing to spine with small area of rubbing to spine foot, covers nice and clean otherwise; a hint of spotting to edges; pages a little toned, as usual. Housed in protective cover. A near fine example. Scarce in this condition.

$536.96

IT
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IT

By Stephen King

First edition, first impression (Viking, 1986). Quarter-bound in black cloth with red lettering to spine and 'SK' initials in red to upper board. Spine a bit concave, as is common due to the size of the book, mild rubbing here and there; contents and edges nice and clean and free from spotting, names and inscriptions. The original and unclipped dust jacket has just light traces of wear to extremities. A very good copy indeed.

$234.92

The Dead Zone
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The Dead Zone

By Stephen King

First American edition, first impression (Viking, 1979). Quarter-bound in black cloth with gold lettering to spine and black boards. A little light marking to boards with mild rubbing here and there; crease to bottom corner of title and dedication pages; a touch of faint spotting to edges and to first few pages. The original and unclipped dust jacket has just a little superficial rubbing to rear and some wear to spine ends. A very good copy.

$234.92

Night Shift
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Night Shift

By Stephen King

First American edition, first impression (Doubleday, 1978). 'S52' to gutter of p 336, as required. One of a small initial print run of 12,000 copies. One of the stories, 'Jerusalem's Lot', due to be adapted into a TV series. Quarter-bound in black cloth with gold lettering to spine and red boards. Fine book in a near fine dust jacket with some toning to verso and a hint of rubbing and a couple of tiny nicks to spine ends; very small closed tear to top edge of rear flap. An excellent copy.

$1073.92

The Shining
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The Shining

By Stephen King

First American edition, first impression (Doubleday, 1977). 'R49' to gutter of page 446, as required. Striking cover art by Dave Christensen. Adapted into a classic film in 1980. The sequel, 'Doctor Sleep' was published in 2013 and also adapted to film in 2019. Quarter-bound in black cloth with tan boards and gilt lettering to spine. A little compression to spine foot with just a minor hint of spotting to top edge of text-block, fine and clean otherwise and free from any names or inscriptions. The original and unclipped dust jacket has some toning to spine panel verso, as is common, with a touch of rubbing and couple of small nicks to extremities; a couple of isolated and very small areas of rubbing to upper panel; spine panel nice and unfaded. An excellent, near fine copy of one of the author's best-known works.

$1141.04

I, Robot
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I, Robot

By Isaac Asimov

First English edition, first impression (Grayson & Grayson, 1952). Publisher's original green cloth with black lettering to spine. Some spotting to bottom and fore-edge; slightest hint of off-setting to endpapers, top corner of pages 55 - 60 slightly creased, near fine otherwise and free from names and inscriptions. The original and unclipped dust jacket has just a hint of mild and occasional rubbing in places with a couple of tiny nicks to bottom edge of upper panel and a small closed tear to lower panel, which has been very neatly and discreetly repaired with white tape to verso. A fantastic copy of an iconic work. Uncommon in such good condition.

$1678.00

Cujo
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Cujo

By Stephen King

First American edition, first impression (The Viking Press, 1981). Adapted to film in 1983. $13.95 price and '0981' code present on front flap of dust jacket, as required. Quarter-bound in black cloth with white and gold lettering to spine, tanned boards and silver SK initials to upper board. Just a touch of rubbing to spine foot with almost indiscernible and very small splits to top corners of cloth of boards; trivial signs of knocking to corners of lower board, near fine otherwise or better. The original and unclipped dust jacket has very minor traces of rubbing here and there to extremities with a tiny nick to head of upper panel and to top corner of rear flap. A beautiful, near fine copy.

$201.36

A Moveable Feast
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A Moveable Feast

By Ernest Hemingway

First UK edition, first impression (Jonathan Cape, 1964). Publisher's original brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine. One or two minor marks to text-block edges and unobtrusive small Foyles Bookseller sticker to bottom corner of front paste-down, fine otherwise in a near fine dust jacket with a chip to spine foot and a tiny chip to head of upper panel; slightest hint of rubbing in places. A near fine copy overall or better.

$134.24

The Innocent
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The Innocent

By McEwan, Ian

First edition, first impression (Jonathan Cape, 1990). Jacket illustration by Robin Cracknell. Fine in a fine dust jacket. A fantastic copy.

$87.26

Carrie
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Carrie

By Stephen King

First American edition, first impression (Doubleday, 1974). True first edition with all requisite points present: 'First Edition' on copyright page and 'P6' to gutter of page 199. The author's first novel. Adapted several times to film in 1976, 2002 and 2013 with a new series adaptation recently announced. Publisher's original maroon cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Some bowing and mottling to boards; discreet 'with compliments of Doubleday & Company' stamp to front paste-down; previous owner name to half-title. The original and unclipped dust jacket is in excellent, near fine condition, with just a hint of rubbing here and there with mild toning and very small area of faint ink marking to verso; small puncture to lower panel fore-edge without loss. A better than very good copy overall.

$1678.00

The Stand
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The Stand

By Stephen King

First English edition, first impression (New English Library, 1979). Originally published in the US the previous year. One of a very small print run, thought to consist of around 1,000 copies or fewer and, consequently, hard to find in superior condition. Due to be adapted into a TV series in 2020. Boards and contents nice and clean; faint dark line to front endpaper and light spotting to top edge; small area of soiling to bottom fore-edge, near fine otherwise. The original dust jacket, which is often found clipped, still bears the original £6.95 price; some chipping and general wear to extremities with area of loss to top corner of upper panel; tear to spine head with a couple of smaller nicks to top edge of lower panel; fore-edge and lower panel a little rubbed with laminate starting to lift slightly in places, as is common; very small slither of loss to spine foot and mild spotting to dust jacket verso. A very good copy overall, free from stamps, names or inscriptions.

$402.72

Uncommon Type
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Uncommon Type

By Tom Hanks

First UK edition, first impression (William Heinemann Ltd, 2017). One of 750 numbered and slipcased copies to be signed by the author, of which this is number 20. The book, dust jacket and slipcase are all as new with no flaws to note.

$167.80

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