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DUCK FEVER: Duck Hunting Cartoons

By Cochran, Bruce

Minacqua, WI: Willow Creek Press, 1992. 96 pp., pictorial wraps; a little wear & curling to corners of covers w/ light bend to top corner of back cover; B&W illustrations / "Once again revealing his fowl sense of humor, inspired cartoonist Bruce Cochran takes affectionate swipes at duck hunters, their families, and the wise-guy ducks themselves." /. Trade Paperback. Very Good -. Illus. by Bruce Cochran. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



By Gaskill, Col. Robert C.

NY, NY: Vantage Press, 1976. 138 pp., navy blue cloth w/ gold lettering to spine; minor shelfwear to book; tiny tear to bottom rear edge of jacket / "... the true story of the life and lot that befell Americans captured in the Philippines at the beginning of World War II, and held in Japanese prisoner-of-war camps until their liberation after Japan's unconditional surrender. ... they were moved from place to place in the Philippines, then to Taiwan, and finally to Hosokura in the Japanese norther Islands ... As a medical officer, Col. Gaskill was able to see, and thus able to report on, the physical and mental deterioration of the prisoners as degradationpiled upon degradation." /. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



By Townsend, Nancy G.

Metairie, LA: Nursing Knowledge, Inc., 1995. 216 pp., pictorial wraps; minor edgewear to covers; creasing to top corner of title page / "... a fascinating, at times disturbing, memoir that traces Nancy Townsend's career as a dedicated and outspoken nurse, from her calliong as a child through her long and varied professional life. ... This book will open the reader's eyes to a wolrd at once valorous and distressed, a world much in need of assessment and reformation, and important world about which everyone must learn more." /. Signed by Author. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



By Stan Lee

NY, NY: Pocket Books, 1977. 160pp., pictorial wraps, # 81443, moderate edgewear, reading crease to back cover, inside covers browning, faint browning to page edges / "Issues #1 through #6. All stories complete and unabridged." "At last! Your chance to build a complete Pocket Books library of Spider-Man's unforgettable battles with the world's most dreaded super villains." /. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good to Very Good.



By Garrison, Jim

NY, NY: Berkley Medallion, 1972. x, 224 pp., pictorial wraps, # Z2141 / book spine is somewhat rolled, cover has light wear to edges, a little creasing along spine, pages lightly browned / "A Heritage of Stone leaves no doubt as to the fundamental forces responsible for the assassination of President Kennedy." - The Boston Globe /. 1st Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Good to Very Good -.


THE BEAST WITHIN: A Novel Based on the Diaries of C. Eddie Conrad

By Walters, Ernest

Fallston, MD: Daedal Press, 1998. 344 pp., red, black & white wraps; Book shows a little wear to edges of covers & ends of spine w/ a few small rubs to edges of spine $ a couple of small bens to bottom edge of rear cover; small dent to front cover / SIGNED & INSCRIBED with "To Janet, Ernest Walters" on the cover page in a shaky hand. / . Signed by Author on Title Page. Trade Paperback. Good + to Very Good -. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



By Larralde, Carlos; Jacobo, Jose Rodolfo

Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Co., 2000. xii, 169 pp., pictorial wraps; Book shows a little edge & corner wear to covers w/ some light bends to top of front cover; a couple of small scrapes at front edge of spine / Introduction by Paul J. Vanderwood. Illustrated with B&W photos. / . First Printing. Trade Paperback. Good to Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



By Sampson, Emma Speed

Chicago, IL: Reilly & Lee, 1929. 327 pp., red cloth w/ black lettering & illustration; Book shows light threading overall, esp. towards edges; some darker browned areas to top edge of page block; prev. owner's name & date 1953 to front endpaper; pages lightly browned / B&W illustrations. / . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by William Donahey. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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By Rowe, Sean

NY, NY: Little, Brown & Co., 2005. 263 pp., blue boards w/ black spine & orange lettering; Dust jacket in clear archival cover; Book shows very mild bumping to front board corners, else fine; Jacket shows faint rubbing overall w/ a small scratch to rear panel / SIGNED and INSCRIBED: 1/1/06, for Stephanie w/ warmest regards, xo, Sean Rowe. Also, what appears to be the author's phone number is penned to the rear jacket flap just over the author's photo. ". . . a rock-steady hard-edged thriller, elevated by humor and genuine humanity. A notable debut for Sean Rowe." - George Pelecanos, author of Drama City / . Inscribed by Author on Half-Title Page. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



By Hirsch, Phil (editor)

NY, NY: Pyramid Books, 1969. unpaginated (approx. 124 pp.), pictorial wraps; Book shows a little light edgewear, otherwise tight, bright & square w/ a bit of light browning to pages / "Edited by Phil Hirsch, The Wizard of Hahs." "From Little Red Riding Hood to LIttle Orphan Annie, 125 big laughs." A collection of one-panel catroons (for the most part) satirizing charcters from famous comic strips, characters from fairy tales and fables, and so on. / . 1st Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Various.



By Robinson, Spider

NY, NY: Dell, 1980. 312 pp., pictorial wraps; Book shows edge & corner wear w/ a number of nicks, bumps, scratches & small rubbed areas overall; pages browning; binding tight & square / "Stories and other diversions ..." A collection of eleven stories "... plus seven other stories - four horrible puns - a triple feghoot - four original songs, with E-Z Play chords - forewords, afterwords, illustrations and a weapons list." Illustrations are in B&W. / . First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good +. Illus. by Larry Kresek.



By Clark, Thomas D. (edited by)

Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press, 1956. xv, (377) pp., blue-green cloth w/ yellow to spine surrounding & outlining lettering; Book shows only slight wear to ends of spine & corners of boards; edges of text block show minor soil w/ fore edges of pages showing either small indentations or being unevenly trimmed; some foxed or darkened areas to endpapers w/ 2 small penciled page notations to front endpaper, w/ 1 small pencil mark each to the pages referenced / An anthology of Kentucky writers (and some writing about Kentucky), including: John Filson, Felix Walker, Gilbert Imlay, Bernard Mayo, Grant C. Knight, Anthony Trollope, Charles Dudley Warner, J. Soule Smith, Ulric Bell, James Lane Allen, John Bradford, John A. McClung, Theodore Roosevelt, Daniel Drake, John Robert Shaw, Noah M. Ludlow, Horace Holley, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Basil Duke, George B. Leach, Clement Eaton, Joe H. Palmer, Elizabeth Maddox Roberts, James T. Flexner, Jefferson J. Polk, Cassius Marcellus Clay, J. Winston Coleman, Thomas D. Clark, Irvin S. Cobb, William Littel, Henry Clay, Thomas N. Allen, A,B. Guthrie, Jr., Patrick O'Donovan, William H. Townsend, John James Audubon, George Dennison Prentice, Henry Watterson, Allan Trout, James B. Finley, William Burke, Richard McNemar, Richard Carter, C.W. Short, Robert Penn Warren, Calvin Colton, Joseph Heregsheimer, John Fox, Jr., Robert E. Hughes, Frederick W. Schaefer, Eustice L. Williams, and Joe Jordan. / . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good -/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


NINE LETTERS: The Story of the 1986 Filipino Revolution

By Baron, Cynthia S.; Suazo, Melba M.

Quexon City, Philippines: Gerardo P. Baron, 1986. 108 pp., pictorial wraps; Book shows small name-address label to top right corner of front cover; small light penciled notations to top corner of front endpaper / Illustrated with numerous B&W photos. / . Trade Paperback. Good to Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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By Ballard, J. G.

NY, NY: Carroll & Graf, 1988. 224 pp., gray boards w/ blue spine & silver lettering; Dust Jacket in clear archival cover; Book shows moderate bumping to bottom corners of boards; prev. owner's name label to front pastedown; Jacket shows very slight wear to head of spine & ends of flap folds; tiny bends to top corners of flaps / Author of "Empire of the Sun." / . First U.S. Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Tim White (jacket illustration). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



By Ballantine, Bill

Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Co., 1982. 400 pp., yellow spine w/ gray boards, silver lettering & decoration; Dust jacket in clear archival cover; Book shows slight shelfwear to bottom edges; gift notation to front free endpaper; extremely faint dampstain to top corner of front pastedown, coresponding to slightly wrinkled area of front inside flap of jacket; Jacket also shows a little wear to heel of spine & to top ends of flap folds / . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Bill Ballantine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


A DEVIL IN PARADISE: The Story of Conrad Moricand: Born, Paris, 7 or 7:15 P.M., January 17, 1887, Died, Paris, 10:30 P.M., August 31, 1954

By Miller, Henry

NY, NY: Signet / New American Library, 1961. 128 pp., pictorial wraps; Book shows speckling to red topstain on top edges of page block; slight shelfwear to bottom; very slight edgewear to cover w/ minor chipping to bottom edge of front cover / From the title page: "A Devil in Paradise will be incorporated in a larger work entitled Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch, to be published by New Dorections." / . 3rd Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.



By Gowland, Douglas

NY, NY: Vicki Luvs Books, 2003. 185 pp., pictorial wraps; Book shows very small lamination ripples to portions of fore edges of covers; a touch of wear to heel of spine; small light bend to bottom corner of back cover / INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author: "10/22/03 To ___ & ___ ___. You are 'Mister Eastwood' (?) your friend, With respect and love, Douglas Gowland, nyc, 10/22/03." / . Inscribed by Author on Title Page. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


MY NAME IS JACINTO!: A Young Man's Struggle for Self and Cultural Identity

By Cardenas, Oscar M.

Austin, TX: Lindo Pueblo Publishing, 1999. (i), 193 pp., pictorial wraps; Book extremely minor wear to corners of covers / . Second Edition, 3rd Printing. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Illus. by Rosario Cardenas (cover art). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


BACCARAT: Nine Lives South of Boona

By Broderick, Mark

Berkeley, CA: Creative Arts Book Company, 2001. 236 pp., pictorial wraps; Book shows some light bending (not creasing) to front cover, mainly visible against the light / SIGNED and INSCROBED by the author: "____, May you have the best of health and wealth this year! Enjoy, Mark Broderick." / . Signed by Author Inside Front Cover. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


Grizzly Adams: The Siege of Treasure Mountain

By Sellier, Charles E.

1993. (173) pp., dark brown simulated leater boards w/ gold lettering & decoration; Dust jacket in clear archival cover; Book shows very minor wear to top edge of front board; very slight bump to heel of spine; Jacket shows small area of damage from removed label; a little wear to ends of spine & ends of flap folds / SIGNED and INSCRIBED by the author: "Charlie, Thanks so much for a great week at your facility. I learned a lot. See you soon. Kind regards, Chuck Sellier." Author of "The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams." "The Legend Continues." / . Signed by Author on Front Endpaper. Hard Cover. Very Good to Fine/Good to Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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