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New York: Grossman Publ.; Random House; New American Libr., (1965, 1967, 1972). First edition of all three volumes. Early works by the novelist, Pop artist, playwright, and former professional wrestler ("Rosa Carlo, the Mexican Spitfire"). I AM THE BEAUTIFUL STRANGER (her first novel, Grossman: 1965) is fine in near fine dust jacket. THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE (her second play, Random House: 1967) shows slight fading at head of spine but is otherwise fine in dust jacket with crease and several short tears to head of spine. TO SMITHEREENS (her third novel, NAL: 1972) shows fading to base of spine but is otherwise fine in fine dust jacket with just few tiny nicks--and it's INSCRIBED TO PAUL "Dr. Z" ZIMMERMAN, "To Paul, in admiration, Rosalyn Drexler." Altogether a near fine set, with the last volume being INSCRIBED.

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(Lexington, KY: Petro III Graphics), 2005. First edition. One of 16 SIGNED, numbered copies. 1-color silkscreen print on white Rives BFK cotton paper; 10 x 22 inches. Signed with a self-portrait and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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New York: Mercury Publications, Inc., Nov. 1954. First edition. Also includes stories by Erle Stanley Gardner, Agatha Christie, Jack London, Roald Dahl, et al. Very good with faint foxing on page edges, light soiling and spine edges slightly rubbed.

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New York: Simon and Schuster, 1937. First edition. Became the basis for a musical of the same name. Good condition with significant fading to the spine and top edges. Spine ends bumped and rubbed, with a few small tears in the cloth binding at the top and bottom of the spine. Offset along the hinge, but inside otherwise clean. Lacking dust jacket. Not a great copy but a scarce book.

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New York: Random House, (1962). First edition. Music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Illustrated with photographs of the stage production starring Barbra Streisand and Elliott Gould. Name in magic marker on verso of front endpaper (near the top), showing through on endpaper, otherwise fine in lightly soiled dust jacket with minor wear on spine ends and corners.

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New York: William Morrow & Company, Inc., 1972. First edition. Review copy with publisher's review slip indicating publication date of August 26, 1972, and promo letter laid in reading in part, "Thirty-six years after his humiliation of Hitler, Jesse Owens has been invited by the German government to be a guest at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, beginning August 26th, publication date of I HAVE CHANGED." Jesse "the world's fastest human" Owens, winner of four gold medals in the 1936 Olympics, relives his great races, tells stories of his friendships with Joe Louis, Martin Luther King, et al, and describes his evolution in thinking since publication of his first book, BLACKTHINK. Fine in fine dust jackets with touch of light soiling.

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I MISSED THE TRAIN TO LITTLE ROCK

Jameson, W. C. [William Carl]

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Conway, Arkansas: Seven Oaks Publ. Co., (1994). First edition. Early, or perhaps the first, poetry selection from the writer, author, singer/songwriter, and professional treasure hunter known for his "Buried Treasures of America" series. INSCRIBED TO LOUIS DANIEL BRODSKY, "To L.D.--...one who know the words, the language, the joys, the pains of this kind of life. Best, WC Jameson." Cream-colored paperwraps printed in brown, teal, orange and black. Fine. TREASURE HUNTER'S BOOK OF POETRY, INSCRIBED TO FELLOW POET

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I THOUGHT OF DAISY

Wilson, Edmund

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New York: Scribner's Sons, 1929. First edition. Two bookplates on front pastedown, otherwise a fine, bright copy in slightly darkened and lightly soiled dust jacket with "shadows" from old tape repairs to several tears (the tape itself is long since gone) and white cloth tape on verso at spine ends masking a small chip to top corner of spine.

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I THOUGHT OF DAISY

Wilson, Edmund

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. First edition. Light offset to endpapers, name on front endpaper, dark blue cloth lightly rubbed on front bottom corners, small gouge on spine, and lightly fraying on spine ends. About very good, lacking dust jacket.

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THE ICE KING

Casolaro, Daniel

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Ardmore: Whitmore Publishing, (1981). First edition of his only book, a novel about mountain climbing. Full-page, intimate INSCRIPTION: "To a beautiful girl - - -." The author was an American freelance writer who came to public attention in 1991 when he was found dead, his wrists slashed 10-12 times, in a bathtub in a room in the Sheraton Hotel in Martinsburg, West Virginia. A note was found, and the medical examiner ruled the death a suicide. However, his death became controversial because his working notes suggested he had traveled to Martinsburg to meet a source in connection with a story he had dubbed "the Octopus," which centered around a sprawling conspiracy theory involving an international cabal. Fine in dust jacket with few small chips on corners. Unaccountably scarce--and we would guess rare signed.

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ICEBREAKER

(Fleming, Ian). John Gardner

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London: Jonathan Cape / Hodder & Stoughton, (1983). First edition. The third James Bond book by Gardner. Fine in dust jacket.

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I'D RATHER BE RIGHT: A Musical Revue

Kaufman, George S., Moss Hart

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New York: Random House, (1937). First edition. Satirical political musical with score by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Illustrated with photographs from the original staged production. Hinges a little darkened, otherwise near fine in somewhat edgeworn, price-clipped dust jacket with spine ends rubbed and nicked (affecting "Kaufman" at head of spine), rubbing and short tears to edges, and shallow 1" chip from bottom edge, rear panel. Still, a bright dust jacket; illustrated with a photo of George M. Cohan in the role of Roosevelt on front.

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(Lexington, KY: Petro III Graphics), 1996. First edition. One of 30 SIGNED, numbered copies. Hand printed on White Coventry paper (15" x 22") in five colors: light green, light blue green, light purple, yellow, and cerulean blue. Fine.

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IF DEATH EVER SLEPT

Stout, Rex

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London: Collins/Crime Club, 1958. First UK edition. Near fine with top corners just lightly bumped; in near fine, price-clipped dust jacket with only a touch of rubbing and one small tear.

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London/Brussels: Nicholson and Watson, (1947). First edition. With 60 illustrations. Eva Christy was an officially appointed Military Riding Instructor in World War I and inventor of the "Christy Stirrup" and "One piece side-saddle habit." Near fine in like dust jacket with very minor wear and light soiling on the white back panel.

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(Lake Oswego, OR: AMV Entertainment), 1992. First edition. "This volume is an attempt to bring together a reference source for the Beatles' available session work." Apparently issued in only 150 copies. This copy with "19/150" handwritten in the corner of the Introduction page, beside Todd's INSCRIPTION, "Dear - - Thanks for your support! I hope the book and the disc bring you hours of fun for the entire family. (or something like that; anyway.) All the best, Michael Todd." Small highlighter squiggle on plain rear cover, few session entries highlighted with penciled notations to margins, covers lightly soiled, otherwise very good to near fine in spiral binding.

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I'LL TELL MY BIG BROTHER

Sullivan, Edward Dean

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New York: Vanguard Press, (1930). John Held. First edition. Limited edition especially printed for the author's and publisher's friends, #33 of 117 numbered copies. SIGNED on page preceding title page. Very good in blue cloth binding with full-color cover art by John Held on paper affixed to the front. Corners bumped and light rubbing to the edges; back cover has two scratches and a white mark near the bottom; light offset to back pastedown, but inside otherwise clean. No dust jacket.

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I'LL TELL THEM I REMEMBER YOU

Blatty, William Peter

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New York: W. W. Norton & Co, (1973). First edition. SIGNED by the author on the bright yellow front endpaper. Front cover bowed a bit, otherwise near fine or better in price-clipped dust jacket showing very minor shelf wear.

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ILL WIND

Barr, Nevada

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New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, (1995). First edition. SIGNED by the author. Uncorrected proof, near fine in gently soiled and sunned paperwraps.

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THE ILLUSTRATOR IN AMERICA: 1880-1980

Reed, Walt and Roger, John Held, Rockwell Kent

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New York: Society of Illustrators, (1984). First edition. Number 36 of 50 copies with an original woodcut by John Held, Jr. (signed "72/100 Mrs John Held, Jr."). Additionally SIGNED by both authors on the title page. 355 pages with text for each decade by different illustrators (1920-1930 by Rockwell Kent, e.g.). Also includes Benjamin Eisenstat, Von Schmidt, Bernard Fuchs, et al. Profusely illustrated. Black cloth, a.e.g., 4to. Fine in fine matching cloth slipcase.

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