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Six Crises [signed and inscribed ny Nixon]  (G)
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Six Crises [signed and inscribed ny Nixon] (G)

By Nixon, Richard M.

Garden City: Doubleday. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1962. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 460 pages; . Garden City: Doubleday, 1962. First edition. 8vo, orig. Cloth; light wear,. Inscribed to Ruth D Thompson & signed by Nixon in person, "Dick Nixon" and inscription on half title; Signed by Author .

$97.95

1919 [AUTHOR'S SIGNATURE]Dos Passos' signature & inscr mounted
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1919 [AUTHOR'S SIGNATURE]Dos Passos' signature & inscr mounted

By Dos Passos, John

NY: Harcourt, Brace. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1932. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 1st ed. Dos Passos' signature & inscr mtd to ffep. Orange cloth. Spine dusty. Binding firm, contents clean. Light wrinkling to first free end paper where card is mounted, "Best Wishes, John Dos Passos" on a piece of WardLine Stationary. This second volume, 1919, follows much of the same pattern of The 42nd Parallel but focusses much more attention onto the fictional characters than the non-fictional bits and pieces about the time. The action of this volume is set mainly in France. While the title of the work is 1919, we actually follow a good deal of the action in France, at times even before the U. S. Was formally in the war. ; Signed by Author .

$294.00

SOLDIER OF FORTUNE [THOMAS JEFFERSON ASSOCIATION COPY]
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SOLDIER OF FORTUNE [THOMAS JEFFERSON ASSOCIATION COPY]

By Davis, Richard Harding

NY: Charles Scribner's Sons. Good with no dust jacket. 1897. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Owner's signature of C B Hubard. The Hubard branch of the Jeffereson family was very prominent and CB had many of his books in his library after the family sale as well as possibly before. Spine darkened. Contents VG. ; Signed by Notable Personage, Unrelated .

$97.95

THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY
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THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY

By Crichton, Michael

Alfred A Knopf Inc. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1975. Hardcover. 8.5 x 6". Owners inked name on first free end paper. Binding firm, contents otherwise clean. Laid in card with flat signed autograph of Crichton which matches exemplars. .

$259.70

OFF THE DEEP END. [AUTHOR SIGNED]
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OFF THE DEEP END. [AUTHOR SIGNED]

By Christopher Morley

London: William Heinemann,. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1929. 1st Uk. Hardcover. Signed and dedicated by author on first free blank. "This is Oliver's copy to solemnize and signify an important date- April 3 1929, In honor of DWB. 34, E 49th St, Chris-. Grey cloth with fading to covers. ; Signed by Author .

$73.45

CONTRARY PLEASURE [DJ, AUTHOR SIGNED]
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CONTRARY PLEASURE [DJ, AUTHOR SIGNED]

By John D. MacDonald

New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc.. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. 1954. 1st Edition; 4th Printing. Hardcover. 291 pages; Author-signed first printing of this novel, with the called-for " (1) " on the last page of text. Inscription on front flyleaf reads "10. Sept. 54 / Higgins Bay / For Sam and Evvie / This was writ at / Pisico in '53. / (so what? ) / John (D. * MacDonald) / *without this it isn't an / autographed copy." Volume is bound in green cloth with yellow lettering to spine. Book shows light external wear. Binding is firm. Pages are clean and without markings. Intact dust jacket shows external wear, with loss at top and bottom of spine panel and small tear at edges. Price of $3.50 appears at top edge of front flap. A non-crime novel set in Mohawk Valley. NOTES: from a group of books inscribed by the author to family members who over the years accompanied him at his summer home in the Adirondacks. John D. MacDonald was an award-winning mystery writer who authored 78 books and close to 500 short stories, including the celebrated Travis McGee series. MacDonald's work has been produced in more than 75 million copies and he was given the Grandmaster Award in 1972 by the Mystery Writers of America, The American Book Award in 1980, the Ben Franklin Award in 1955 and was Guest of Honor at Bouchercon in 1983. Honorary Doctorates and a host of other awards have also been bestowed upon him. MacDonald spent summers writing at the camp he and his wife, Dorothy, built at Piseco Lake in the Adirondacks in the 1940's. Many of his most celebrated titles were authored during these summers in Upstate New York and other family members often joined the MacDonalds there over the course of each summer. The book featured in this lot came from John D. MacDonald's personal library at the Piseco Lake camp. MacDonald was a prolific author of crime and suspense novels, many of them set in his adopted home of Florida. His best-known works include the popular and critically acclaimed Travis McGee series, and his novel "The Executioners," ; Signed by Author .

$955.50

POEMS 1967 - 1982. WEATHER FORECAST FOR UTOPIA & VICINITY [LTD SIGNED]
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POEMS 1967 - 1982. WEATHER FORECAST FOR UTOPIA & VICINITY [LTD SIGNED]

By Simic, Charles

Barrytown, Ny): Station Hill. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1983. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 48, [1] pages; #39 of 43 Signed in special binding of red cloth. The colophon states there is an original drawing but these do not appear to have actually existed. Rather brooding but clever poetry. .

$195.95

SILENCE FELL
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SILENCE FELL

By Dickinson, Josephine, with Foreword by Galway Kinnell

Houghton and Mifflin. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 2007. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 0618718710 . 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; Lengthy dedication to Judge Bothe along with laid in lecture brochure. ; Signed by Author .

$29.35

THE RIVER AT WOLF [SIGNED]
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THE RIVER AT WOLF [SIGNED]

By Valentine, Jean

Cambridge: Alice James Books. As New with no dust jacket. 1992. 1st Edition; 3rd Printing. Paperback. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; Signed and dedicated on title page in red ink by author, dated 1992. ; Signed by Author .

$29.35

BRIEF CANDLES, 101 CLERIHEWS [SIGNED]
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BRIEF CANDLES, 101 CLERIHEWS [SIGNED]

By Taylor, Henry

Louisiana State Univ Pr. As New with no dust jacket. 2000. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Paperback. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; Signed and dedicated by author on tite page, dated 4-20-2000.; Signed by Author .

$34.25

HEAVEN-AND-EARTH HOUSE. POEMS. SIGNED
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HEAVEN-AND-EARTH HOUSE. POEMS. SIGNED

By Swander, Mary.

Alfred A. Knopf. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1994. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; Signed and dedicated by the author. But the good part is an original typed poem of several stanzas by Chester Wickwire, not signed. .

$24.45

THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
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THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE

By Condon, Richard

McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1959. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 1562870203 . 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 311 pages; Dedicated and signed very boldly in black marker inside front cover, "For Betty Adams with every best wish and many thanks, Richard Condon" light bleed through to opposing half title page. Book bright and clean, straight and sharp. It plainly states McGraw Hill 1959 with FIRST EDITION on copyright page. Clearly it is not with speckled covers as one would expect however. I see no indication of a Book Club edition. In addition I was only able to find paperback book club printings. ; Signed by Author .

$220.45

THE SORROWS OF COLD STONE [SIGNED]
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THE SORROWS OF COLD STONE [SIGNED]

By Brinnin, Malcolm

Dodd, Mead & Co. ,. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1951. Hardcover. POETRY; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 109 pages; Flat signed on free blank. DJ with lightly sunned spine and minimal wear. B/W full page plates. ; Signed by Author .

$58.75

THE ICE HARVEST [SIGNED]
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THE ICE HARVEST [SIGNED]

By Scott Phillips

Tucson, Arizona: Dennis McMillan Publications. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 2000. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5"; 158 pages; Condition / Notes: This is a scarce author-signed limited first edition. Volume is bound in quarter leather with marbled boards, with bright gilt lettering to spine. Book and dust jacket and slipcase are in FINE condition. Boldly numbered and signed by author on limitation page. Scott Phillips is an American writer of crime fiction in the noir tradition. He was born in Wichita, Kansas, and lived for several years in France, working as a translator and photographer; then in California as a screenwriter, co-writing a 1996 straight-to-video thriller called "Crosscut." His first novel, "The Ice Harvest," was published in 2000, and won the California Book Award, as well as being nominated for the Edgar Award and Hammett Prize, and shortlisted for the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award. A black comic noir thriller set in the low-rent world of sleazy Wichita strip clubs on Christmas Eve 1979, "The Ice Harvest" was adapted into a film of the same title in 2005. He followed this in 2002 with "The Walkaway," a prequel set largely in Wichita during the 1940s. His third novel, "Cottonwood," set in Kansas and California during the Western era, was published in 2003.; Signed by Author .

$220.45

THE BEAR RAID
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THE BEAR RAID

By Ken Follett

N Y: The Armchair Detective Library. Fine with no dust jacket. 1990. Hardcover. 0922890684 . Width: 6" Height: 9"; ii/152 pages pages; Author-signed limited edition of this title in FINE slipcase. It is copy number 52 of 100 numbered and signed by Ken Follett. Volume is bound in maroon cloth binding, with bright gilt lettering to spine and blocked in gilt with the author's portrait in a diamond pastedown on the front cover. Volume is in FINE condition, in matching cloth slipcase. Ken Follett is a Welsh author of thrillers and historical novels. He has sold more than 100 million copies of his works. Four of his books have reached the number 1 ranking on the New York Times best-seller list: "The Key to Rebecca," "Lie Down with Lions," "Triple," and "World Without End." ; Signed by Author .

$195.95

Greatest Indian Stories [signed]
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Greatest Indian Stories [signed]

By Grey, Zane : Ed Loren Zane Grey

Belmont Tower. Good with no dust jacket. 1975. 1st thus Edition. Paperback. 0812516176 . 0.5 x 7 x 4.5 Inches; 185 [6] pages; GREATEST INDIAN STORIES. 10c written on front cover, shows wear and creasing of spine. Copyright 1975 Loren Zane Grey and edited by him. Signed by Loren Zane Grey. Loren was best known as the youngest child of Zane Grey, the preeminent Western author. Authored 11 Loren Zane Grey books in the successful Lassiter series, published by Pocket Books. Loren was the editor of the Zane Grey novel, Black Mesa in 1955 and The Reef Girl in 1977. He also has revised three other Zane Grey books: The Maverick Queen, 30,000 on the Hoof, and The Vanishing American. He signed very few books. ; Signed by Editor .

$88.15

The Kidnapping Of Collie Younger / Outlaws From Palouse
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The Kidnapping Of Collie Younger / Outlaws From Palouse

By Grey, Zane : ed Loren Zane Grey

Tor Books. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1991. 1st Edition. Paperback. 0812516176 . Western Doubles; 0.5 x 7 x 4.5 Inches; 192 pages; Two tales combined in one volume. Copyright 1976 Loren Zane and edited by him. Signed by Loren Zane Grey his son. Loren was best known as the youngest child of Zane Grey, the preeminent Western author. Authored 11 Loren Zane Grey books in the successful Lassiter series, published by Pocket Books. Loren was the editor of the Zane Grey novel, Black Mesa in 1955 and The Reef Girl in 1977. He also has revised three other Zane Grey books: The Maverick Queen, 30,000 on the Hoof, and The Vanishing American. He signed very few books. ; Signed by Editor .

$88.15

THE ILLUSTRATOR IN AMERICA 1900-1960'S
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THE ILLUSTRATOR IN AMERICA 1900-1960'S

By Reed Walt Compliled and edited by

N Y, N Y: Reinhold. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1966. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Color and b/w; Folio 13" - 23" tal; 168 [2] pages; Signed and dedicated on title page by Compiler. Compiler's address and phone # has apparently been added beneath. Penciled notes on last blank. DJ with modest edgewear protected by acrylic. ; Signed by Author .

$95.99

THE WATERMEN: SELECTIONS FROM "CHESAPEAKE".
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THE WATERMEN: SELECTIONS FROM "CHESAPEAKE".

By Michener, James A.

N Y, N Y: Random House. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1979. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 039450660X . B&W Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; First Edition, signed in ink by Michener and Moll at half-title. Tall 8vo, navy cloth, numerous full-page and smaller b/w illustrations. Some sunning at top and bottom edges, small stain along lower edge of lower cover, text tight, price-clipped dust wrapper with minor wear and sunning, few short tears. - see graphic; Signed by Author & Illustrator .

$86.19

THE GOOD AMERICAN WITCH [SIGNED, WITH DRAWING]
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THE GOOD AMERICAN WITCH [SIGNED, WITH DRAWING]

By Bacon, Peggy

N Y, N Y: Franklin Watts. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1957. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 222 pages; DJ has small chip , price-clipped. On ffep, Inscribed by Peggy Bacon ("Much to Longlost from Longlost." ) with an original ink sketch of a cat on a pillow near bowl. Accompanied by her greeting card [from a 1964 drawing], with reproduced sketch and greeting , signed "love Peggy." ; Signed by Author .

$195.95

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