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Camp-X: Vengeance Weapon

By Longfield, Alan Paul and Lynn Philip Hodgson

Port Perry, ON: Blake Book Distribution, 2004. Hard Cover. Near Fine. 8vo. SIGNED by Lynn Philip Hodgson to review page. Soft cover. 164 p.p. B&W illustrations. A whirlwind world tour involving espionage, deception and intrigue.


Honeymoon Wife

By Provost, Agnes Louise

New York: Triangle Books, 1939. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 12mo. Original blue cloth boards, red lettering to spine and front board. 295 p.p. Spine tilted, spine ends rubbed and bumped. Age toning to pages. Ink ownership inscription to ffep. Staining to rear joint. Dust jacket cropped at flaps, long chips to spine foot, chips to spine head, some damp staining, bumping and creasing to extremities, a few short tears.


On Coasts Of Eternity: Jack Hodgins' Fictional Universe

By Struthers, J.R. (Tim) [editor]

Lantzville, British Columbia: Oolichan Books, 1996. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo. Soft cover. 246 p.p. Bumping to corners, sunning to spine. This is the story of Jack Hodgins' education and perseverance and maturation as an artist and of his ever-renewing delight in the world of the senses and the world of the spirit. It will provide lasting insight and inspiration for writers and readers, teachers and students, schlars and the interested public alike.


Trouble in Muristan

By Marlowe, John

London & Boston: Cresset, 1957. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 12mo. Original red cloth. 143 p.p. Spine slightly tilted. Small white scuff to upper front board. Bookplate to front pastedown. Some light bumping to extremities of dust jacket, sunning to spine. This is a light-hearted tale about backstairs political intrigue in post-war Middle Eastern Ruritania.


Apache Devil

By Rice Burroughs, Edgar

London: Tom Stacey, 1973. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo. Original orange cloth. 192 p.p. Some light bumping to spine ends of boards and dust jacket, else fine. Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan and many famous tales of marvellous adventure or other planets and in the centre of earth, just wrote a small handful of Westerns, drawing on his own experience when, as a young man, he rode with the 7th Cavalry. He knew and respected the Indian way of life.


Still Life with the Woodpecker: A Sort of a Love Story

By Robbins, Tom

New York: Bantam Books, 1980. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo. Original tan cloth, gilt lettering to spine. x, 277 p.p. Slight bowing to front board. Scuff to fore edge of text block at lower corner. Dust jacket is bumped to extremities, a few very short tears. Still Life with a Woodpecker is sort of a love story that takes place inside a pack of Camel cigarette. It reveals the purpose of the moon, explains the difference between criminals and outlaws, examines the conflict between social activism and romantic individualism, and paints a portrait of contemporary society that includes powerful Arabs, exiled royalty, and pregnant cheerleaders. It also deals with the problem of redheads. That's hardly a complete description but maybe you get the idea.


Mills of the Gods

By Longfield, Alan Paul and Lynn Philip Hodgson

Whitby: Self Published, 2007. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo. SIGNED by Lynn Philip Hodsgson to title page. Soft cover. 269 p.p. B&W photos. Ink ownership inscription to title page, else near fine. Seduction, abduction, conspiracy, betrayal, murder...Spring 1945, the dying days of the Thrid Reich. The Gestapo will stop at nothing to keep Germany's top rocket scientist out of Allied hands. SOE Mission Excelsior: ORders for Major Blake Grey - bring Dr. von Bressler out alive. Issues: The factory is inside a Nazi concentration camp, Mittelbrau-Dora. Is there a Soviet mole in MI5 or MI6? A treasonous member of the British Prime Minister's top secret 'Twelve Disciples' Council? Who wants Special Agents Blake Grey and Adara Zekara dead? The thrilling conclusion to Vengeance Weapon and Arsenal of Democracy.


Flowers for My Lady

By Lorraine, Anne

Great Britain: Hurst & Blackett, 1951. Hardcover. Good+/Good. 16mo. Orig. Brown cloth, 240 p.p.. Light wear to edges, spine a bit bumped and tilted, otherwise very good in clipped d/w with tears to jacket spine and chip to lower rear corner but otherwise a good jacket.


In Silence the Strands Unravel

By Seaforth, Sybil

Hamiliton: Capricornus, 1999. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo. SIGNED by author with inscription to half-title. Soft cover. 177 p.p. Bumping to upper corner of text block, light soiling to rfep, else fine.


The Cariboo Road

By Sullivan, Alan

Toronto: Thomas Nelson & Sons, Limited. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 12mo. [n.d., c. 1946 or later]. Original green cloth. 311 p.p. B&W illustrations. Rubbing and bumping and spine ends and corners. Foxing to top edge of text block. Stamp to foot of ffep. Dust jacket is worn at joints and edges, a few small chips and short tears to spine ends and edges. Flaps cropped, but not price clipped. The telling of one family's adventures as they move from San Francisco north to the gold rush in British Columbia.


Gabriel Gale's Ages of Oz: A Fiery Friendship

By Fielder, Lisa

New York: Margaret K. McElderry Books, 2018. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Giacobino, Sebastian. 8vo. Paperback. 418 p.p., [20 p.p. preview of next book]. B&W illustrations. Near fine. A fantastical novel following a young Glinda in Oz as she ventures out to save her mother, who has been imprisoned for practicing forbidden magic.


The Seven Conundrums

By Phillips Oppenheim, E. [Edward]

Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1923. 1st Canadian Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Morgan, Wallace. 12mo. Original blue cloth with light blue lettering to spine and front board, blind question mark decoration to front. 277 p.p., [4] B&W plates, including frontis. Spine tilted. Spine ends and corners lightly bumped. Small damp stain to front board. A collection of short stories.


A Lodge in the Wilderness

By Buchan, Thomas

London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, Limited, 1950. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 16mo. Orig. red cloth, x, 332pp. Spine slightly tilted, light wear to edges and extremities. o/w very good in d/w. Jacket somewhat soiled and worn, with chips to spine and lower front jacket cover, but still good. A political empire set during the time of the Empire.


The Lunatic Fringe

By DeaAndres, William L.

New York: M. Evans Company Inc, 1980. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 8vo. Original cloth-backed boards. 287pp. Signed on half-title with inscription from author. A small bruise to spine head, o/w fine in a fine d/w. "A novel wherein Theodore Roosevelt Meets the Pink Angel.


Mystery House

By Booker, Jean

Toronto: Overlea House, 1987. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo. SIGNED by author to title page. Original blue cloth. 144 p.p. Bruised at spine head, else fine.


The List of Adrian Messenger

By MacDonald, Philip

Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, 1959. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo. Crime Club. Black cloth boards, red lettering to spine. 224 p.p. Top edge orange. Dust jacket is price clipped, worn and bumped at extremities, some chafing to covers and creasing to top edge of front cover, small chips and short tears to spine head.


Quokka Island

By Rees, Leslie

London: Collins, 1957. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Horowicz, Arthur. 12mo. Original red cloth. B&W map endpapers. 254 p.p. B&W illustrations. Slight bumping to spine ends. Dust jacket is worn at edges, a few short tears to joints (repaired with tape to reverse), a few small chips. Quokka Island lay a mile or more off the coast of Australia, and to Jim, believing the sole inhabitant to be the friendly old Walter, it sounded an ideal place for a camping holiday with his friends Jack and Rick. But from the moment they go ashore they gind themselves involved in hazardous adventures The wild undergrowth, steep cliffs, and mysterious caves hold a sinister secret, and the boys have to face many dangers before the truth is discovered and the criminals unmasked.


Fringe Dwellers: Stories of People Living on the Edge

By Joseph, Shane

Hidden Brook Press, 2008. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo. SIGNED by author to ffep. First edition stated. [Place of publication not identified; Brighton, Ontario.] Soft cover. vi, [2], 219 p.p. Near fine. A few small scuffs to covers. Twelve touching stories of human endeavour against loss, circumstance and marginalization.



By Redhill, Michael

Toronto: Anchor Canada, 2003. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo. SIGNED by author to title page. Soft cover. 190 p.p. Near fine. From an award-winning and best-selling author comes this masterfully subtle and moving collection of short fiction that asks the question: what does it mean to be "true?


The Old Scottish Mill: A Castle Rose Haunted Tale

By Ottilie, Anni

Cobourg, Ontario: Castle Rose Novelettes, 2002. Soft Cover. Very Good. 5" x 8.5" SIGNED by author to title page. Original card wraps, coil binding. 134 p.p. Some soiling and smudging to covers.


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