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The Getaway
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The Getaway

By Thompson, Jim

Orion reprint edition, one of their Crime Masterworks series. Fine minus book with light toning to page edges, in a Fine dust jacket. Originally published by Thompson in 1958. The book was filmed by Sam Peckinpah, staring Steve McQueen, Ali McGraw, and Ben Johnson.

$25.00

Fahrenheit 451 - 40th Anniversary Limited Edition
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Fahrenheit 451 - 40th Anniversary Limited Edition

By Bradbury, Ray

Fine minus, unread book that has light crimps to spine ends and touch of rubbing to boards from slipcase in and outs; no dust jacket as issued; housed in a Fine slipcase. Bradbury has written a new introduction for this special edition of his famous novel. This is number 370 of 500 copies. Signed by Bradbury.

$350.00

Star Wars A Pop-Up Book
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Star Wars A Pop-Up Book

By Barlowe, Wayne Douglas (Illustrator)

Near Fine book with a couple of tiny chips at corners, slightly bowed boards due to nature of this type book, no dust jacket as issued. Paper engineering by Ib Penick – all pop ups and push-pull tabs completely intact and working. An unusual book issued after the original Star Wars was released in 1977, and a nice link to the now-playing Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

$100.00

A River Runs Through It
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A River Runs Through It

By Maclean, Norman

THIRD PRINTING of 1977 – Maclean's famous book of short stories, including the title story that was a 1992 movie directed by Robert Redford and starring Brad Pitt and Tom Skerritt. The movie was quite successful, winning an Academy Award for Best Cinematography. Fine minus book with touch of shelf wear and a gift inscription to front end-page that reads: 1977 Happy Birthday Dad Love Barb, Ray & Sherry. The price-clipped dust jacket is Very Good with light edge and corner wear, mild color loss at corners, spine ends, and front flap fold, slight rubbing and touch of sun toning to spine. Below the gift notation Maclean has inscribed the book: To Kenneth Powell, (some fishing stories) who should be quite a fisherman himself, sharing birthdays with the best fisherman I know. Then signed below Norman Maclean. Maclean signed very few books personally, although there was a Univ. of Chicago signed limited in 1983 and a Pennyroyal Press signed limited in 1989.

$1250.00

Prospectus for Steinbeck's Zapata
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Prospectus for Steinbeck's Zapata

By Yolla Bolly Press (John Steinbeck)

A Fine prospectus prepared for and sent to the Press' regular customers, in wraps about 8 by 10 inches. The written prospectus is bound in burgundy wraps with a cover printed on handmade paper with silk stitched binding. Text, on heavy, rough-cut stock, includes illustrations by Karin Wikstrom , and is four pages long. Laid in are: a two page letter dated October 18, 1991 and signed by the Press' owners, Carolyn and James Robertson; an order form with return envelope; and a color photograph of the soon to be released book. Very unusual item.

$150.00

The Guns of Navarone
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The Guns of Navarone

By Maclean, Alistair

First UK edition, Near Fine book with light crimp bottom of spine, mild soiling to page edges, hint of age toning to pages; in a price-clipped Near Fine jacket that has light edge and corner wear, with tiny closed tears at spine ends, and touch of soiling to back panel. Maclean's second novel. Movie released in 1961 with Gregory Peck, David Niven, Anthony Quin and many other well-known players. Movie was nominated for six Academy Awards, winning one, as well as two Golden Globes. A very nice copy of Maclean's most popular book.

$95.00

In Cold Blood
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In Cold Blood

By Capote, Truman

Very Good book that has light edge wear and a push bottom of spine, with a gift inscription in ballpoint on first front end page – To -- on our 11th anniversary. -- - tight square copy,small, light stain top corners page 70 to 72, apparently coffee. In a Fair to Good jacket with edge and corner wear, small chips missing at spine ends, closed tears of about an inch to an inch and a half at bottom of spine and at flap fold bottom back panel, light sun fade on spine. Original B/W movie with Robert Blake one of the stars and also the subject of the recent Academy Award winning Capote. Decent reading copy.

$30.00