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The Dark Half

Stephen King

  • Edition: First UK Edition
  • Book condition: Fine
  • Quantity available: 1
The Dark Half by Stephen King (IT, Carrie, The Shining, Salem's Lot, etc.) Hardcover First UK Edition - First Printing Hodder and Stoughton 1989 £12.95 cover price. 412 pages. (published simultaneously by Viking in the US) Features wonderfully spooky dust jacket with the grave of George Stark, much better than the miserable US edition. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket, a superior copy, appears UNREAD. Boards are very clean and sharp, corners straight, pages are almost pure white, which is uncommon with UK books produced circa 1980 to 2000. Dust jacket is near-perfect very bright and clean. Appears to be uncommon in this edition. May have been published slightly before the miserable US edition which features a blurred skull on the dust jacket. NOTE: All modern books with dust jackets come with dust jacket covers.

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  • Edition: First edition
  • Book condition: Fine
  • Quantity available: 1
First edition of the Second Dark Tower Book with bonus World Fantasy Magazine featuring Stephen King The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King (preceded by The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, and followed by The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands and the Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass) Hardcover First Edition - First Printing Donald M. Grant 1987. Illustrated by Phil Hale As NEW in original shrink-wrap. Plus as World Fantasy Magazine 1987, Stephen King was the Guest of Honor. Also brand new. NOTE: If preferred, I can take the book out of its shrink-wrap and place a dust jacket cover over it. ALSO: The picture is the actual item for sale. (The picture is NOT a stock photo.)

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  • Edition: First NC Wyeth Illustrated Edition
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David Balfour (a.k.a. Kidnapped) by Robert Louis Stevenson (author of Treasure Island, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Kidnapped, etc.) Hardcover First N.C. Wyeth Illustrated Edition - First Printing Charles Scribner's Sons 1924. (the highest date on the copyright page and the date on the title page match) in extremely rare dust jacket! Dark blue almost black boards in tan/Brown dust jacket of thick construction paper-like material listing $2.50 cover price on the back along with other titles offered by Scribner's. Includes 8 color illustrations by N.C. Wyeth. Some dealers are asking $300+ for this book without the dust jacket! Near Fine+ in Near Fine- Dust Jacket. Beautiful copy of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic with illustrations by N.C. Wyeth. Book itself is very clean, bright, mostly because protected by the dust jacket. A page or two appear to be uncut (which could be carefully accomplished with sharp blade), one chip to the side of one page not affecting text, Part I The Lord Advocate, and two lower pages wi ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Near Fine+
  • Quantity available: 1
The Defense of Guenevere (Guinevere) A Book of Lyrics Chosen from the works of William Morris Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1896. Card stock stiff covers and rag-content paper. Apparently, only 975 copies printed. Pages are just about fine in a near fine card stock covers with some wear at the edges because they appear to fold over. In addition to his activities at the Kelmscott Press which produced the famous Works of Chaucer in 1896, Morris was a writer in his own right. This is a very cute little book of some of his poetry dealing with King Arthur, Camelot, and medieval myth and lore, an on-going interest with Morris. This book is from the same year as the so-called Kelmscott Chaucer. Probably the first US edition of a book produced in the UK by Longmans, Green, and Co. in the same year, unknown which came first. Also, these two editions appear quite rare. NOTE: The pictures are of the actual item for sale. (The pictures are NOT stock photos.)

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  • Edition: First UK Edition - before US Edition
  • Book condition: Fine
  • Quantity available: 1
The Difference Engine by William Gibson (author of Neuromancer) and Bruce Sterling (Islands in the Net) Hardcover First Edition - First Printing Gollancz UK 1990. (preceded the Bantam US edition) Beautiful wrap-around dust jacket art by Ian Miller. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket. A stunning near flawless copy, appears UNREAD, and the page edges are not age-toned. Just about as nice as you could ask for in a book 25 years old.NOTE: All modern books with dust jackets come with dust jacket covers. ALSO: The picture is the actual item for sale. (The picture is NOT a stock photo.)

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Dr. Lavendar's People

Margaret Deland

  • Edition: first edition
  • Book condition: Very Good
  • Quantity available: 1
Early 20th-century American Literature by a Woman Writer and Woman's Rights Leader and Suffragette, Signed - Inscribed on the FFEP Dr. Lavendar's People by Margaret Deland First Edition - Harper & Brothers Publishers 1903 (titlepage date and copyright page date match, 1903). One of her "Old Chester" books which centers around communities in Pittsburg. 370 pages followed by ads. Illustrated with 12 plates. Signed - Inscribed by the author. A beautiful inscription on the front end paper quoting a passage from the book, with author's signature, and dated 1905. An author inscription by a woman writer this early in the 20th century is a very rare find. This was from my grandfather's collection. I would like it to fall in the hands of someone who can truly appreciate it, possibly a collector of early American literature by women writers. Priced to sell. Very Good book overall, a very nice copy, solid binding, bright etching on the front, typical fraying upper and lower spine, to corners and extremities but really ... Read more

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The Dreaming Void

Peter F. Hamilton

  • Edition: First Signed-Limited Edition
  • Book condition: NEW
  • Quantity available: 1
The Dreaming Void by Peter F. Hamilton (author of the Reality Dysfunction, The Neutronium Alchemist, the Naked God) Hardcover First Edition - Limited Issue MacMillan UK 2007. Signed Limited Edition, purportedly 1000 copies signed and numbered in slipcase. Brand New, still in shrink-wrap! Since this copy is still in its original shrink-wrap, I can't verify which number of the 1000. NOTE: The picture is the actual item for sale. (The picture is NOT a stock photo.)

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  • Edition: First Edition-First Printing
  • Book condition: Fine-
  • Quantity available: 1
Duncton Found by William Horwood (third volume of The Duncton Chronicles including Duncton Wood and Duncton Quest, similar idea to Watership Down by Richard Adams) Hardcover First Edition - First Printing Century UK 1989. Fine- in Fine- Dust Jacket. A really beautiful copy, covers solid and clean, corners sharp, pages clean, slight toning to the page edges of the text block, which is common for these UK books from the 1980's to 1990's, and a slight hint of a crinkle to the lower bottom right-hand corner of the front, barely noticeable, else fine. A wonderful and chunky book, clocking in at 777 pages. NOTE: All modern books with dust jackets come with dust jacket covers.

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  • Edition: first edition
  • Book condition: Fine-
  • Quantity available: 1
Duncton Wood first book of the Duncton series (somewhat similar to Watership Down by Richard Adams) by William Horwood Hardcover First Edition - First Printing Country Life Books UK with stunning wrap-around dust jacket art by Douglas Hill. It's been described as Lord of the Rings meets Watership Down. Fine- in Near Fine Dust Jacket. A good clean copy overall, book itself is quite nice with straight corners and clean boards, just a hint of very light spotting to the top of the text-block otherwise would be fine. The dust jacket is mostly bright and clean, nicks to corners, some edge-wear to heel and back bottom edge, and a closed tear to bottom front left-hand corner which has been repaired with professional adhesive. Still a relatively nice copy of a fairly uncommon book in the first edition. Later published in the US by McGraw-Hill with much less remarkable dust jacket art and is much more common. Perfect copies tend to be priced at $200+.NOTE: All modern books with dust jackets come with dust jacket covers ... Read more

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