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The Painting and the City

By Robert Freeman Wexler Introduction By Jeffrey Ford

England: PS Publishing, 2009 This book has been signed by the author and is one of 500 copies. 268 pages. No jacket as issued. Cover price £20. Size: 8,5in x 6in

$13.63

The Appetite - Grey Matter Novella 3

By Nicholas Royle - Introduction By Michael Marshall Smith

U K: Gray Friar Press, 2008 Number 21 of 100 copies signed by Nicholas Royle and Michael Marshall Smith. Pictorial glossy cover. No jacket as issued. The book is in fine condition.

$25.89

Move Under Ground
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Move Under Ground

By Nick Mamatas

Prima Publishing, 2006 Glossy card covers. 158 pages. Signed by the author. new book.

$27.26

Catalysts

By Bill Gauthier, Introduction Thomas F. Monteleone

Longview, WA, USA: Dark Discoveries Publications, 2007 Brand new book received direct from publisher. Limited signed edition, 92 of 250. Postage reduced to £1.50 for UK sales.

$9.54

Catalysts

By Bill Gauthier, Introduction Thomas F. Monteleone

Longview, WA, USA: Dark Discoveries Publications, 2007 Brand new book received direct from publisher. Limited signed edition, 47 of 250. Postage reduced to £1.50 for UK sales.

$9.54

The Prodigal Daughter
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The Prodigal Daughter

By Jeffrey Archer

U K: Coronet Books, 1986 Reading creases to the pine. The covers are uncreased. 'lean' to the book. Signed by author - 'to Jacqueline , Jeffrey Archer'.

$2.04

Two for a Penny: a Post-war Childhood
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Two for a Penny: a Post-war Childhood

By E. L. Campbell

Twickenham: Athena Press, 2005 209 pages. This is a new book in fine condition, signed by the author. "From his birth in May, 1945, Tommy Calvert's young life is shadowed by events of momentous historical significance taking place in the world around him, but it is the smaller scale, personal histories of Tommy and his friends which hold us spellbound in this beautifully evocative book. A cictorious assent of Pendle Hill, the purchasing of a television set and an FA Cup Final trip may not go down in te history books with the defeat of Nazi Germany or the death of King George VI, but these anecdotes bear witness to a changing world as the memories of a time gone by, and they cannot but make you smile. Like Tommy in the book, the author was born on Merseyside and brought up in Nelson in the immediate post-war years. He is now a retired Headteacher, married with one grown-up daughter, and still lives in East Lancashire, having spent several years abroad earlier in his career."

$9.53

Truths That Endure - a Programme of Meditation for Lent

By Robert Martineau - Bishop of Blackburn

London: S P C K, 1977 A very good copy of this booklet. Signed by the Bishop of Blackburn. 48 very clean pages. no creases to the covers.

$3.41

The Shape of Snakes

By Minette Walters

London: MacMillan and Co. Ltd, 2000 Dark blue buckram in matching slipcase, still enclosed in publisher's shrink-wrap; unread.

$68.14

As it Seemed to Me: Political Memoirs
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As it Seemed to Me: Political Memoirs

By John Cole

London: Phoenix, 1996 There is a long diagonal crease to bottom right hand corner of front cover and a small diagonal crease to top right hand corner, plus some mild reading creases to spine. 472 pages including the index and a secyion of black and white photographs. The authors signature without an inscription is on the title page.

$4.09

The Hour of the Thin Ox

By Colin Greenland

London: Unwin Paperbacks, 1987 In tranquil, prosperous Bryland, a young heiress learns of a new engine of war which will bring terrible change in its wake. In the distant, arrogant nation of Escaly, the elderly Imperial Geometer is sent upon an unexpected and frightening mission. In the dark, feverish jungles of Belanesi, a strange half-human people wait for a season of rain and the call of a mysterious piper. At the Hour of the Thin Ox three cultures collide, with violent and paradoxical consequences.

$8.18

Lights on the Hill

By Rosemary Timperley

London: Robert Hale, 1968 This is the story of the patients and staff in the disabled servicemen's hospital situated at the top of a hill. The lights shine down from that hospital , but ordinary people tend to scorry past , the sense of suffering there scares them. But ordinary people work there , or are the patients there , and they make their own little world , a world so different from the one at the foot of the hill. The book is in very good condition , bright and clean internally . There is a slight sign of browing to the inner back board , and very minor age spots to the page edges , The jacket is also in very good condition , with minor shelf wear. There is some small wear to the corners , and some small chips to the top of the dust jacket , but excellent for the age of this book. The back cover is 'dusty '. There is a dedication from the author to the inner first page. The jacket has a wonderful cover by Biro , an evocative picture of a hospital at dusk on the top of a hill , with trees , dark countryside and a lake in the semi - darkness. The lights of the hospital seem to glow through the mysterious night. .Please contact us for futher details.

$68.14