Book Collection - True First Editions

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W Y Z

Abdullah, The Sheik A. Fifty Enthralling Stories of the Mysterious East 1940 Odhams Press UK. First edition. Contains dozens of stories, including "Kin Yeng, The Picture Maker" by Ernest Bramah. Good.

Abdullah, The Sheik A. Fifty Enthralling Stories of the Mysterious East 1940 The Times of India Bombay & Calcutta. Contains dozens of stories, including "Kin Yeng, The Picture Maker" by Ernest Bramah. This is apparently the "Colonial" edition, and scarce in dust jacket. Very good in DW.

Abramov, Alexandre & Serge Cavaliers Venus De Nulle Part 1975 Editions Mir Moscow. First edition in French. Translated from the Russian. Fine except for previous owner's ex-libris indentation stamp on title page.

Adams, Douglas The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy 1979 Arthur Barker UK. First edition. Book is very good, with a small dent (not Arthur Dent) on the top of the front cover, slight soiling to the top of the page block, and a very slight spine slant. DW is also very good, with small chips and scrapes at the four corners.

Adams, Douglas The Restaurant at the End of the Universe 1980 Pan UK. True first edition, a paperback original. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Adams, Douglas Life, the Universe, and Everything 1982 Pan UK. First printing of the paperback first edition. Signed by the author on the first page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Adams, Douglas and John Lloyd The Meaning of Liff 1984 Harmony Books NY. First American edition. Fine in DW.

Adams, Douglas So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish 1984 Pan UK. First edition. Fine in near-fine DW.

Adams, Douglas The Original Hitchhiker Radio Scripts 1985 Harmony Books NY. First American edition. Oversize trade paperback. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Adams, Douglas Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency 1987 Simon & Schuster NY. First American edition. Fine in DW.

Adams, Douglas The Long Dark Tea-time of the Soul 1988 Heinemann UK. First edition (UK). Fine in DW.

Adams, Douglas Mostly Harmless 1992 Harmony Books NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the half-title page. Fine in DW.

Adrian, Jack (editor) The Ash-Tree Press Annual Macabre 1998 Ash-Tree Press British Columbia. First edition. Collects six weird stories, "Told in the Inn at Algeciras" by William Somerset Maugham (1905), "Post-Mortem" by Arthur Ransome (1906), "The Medium's End" by Ford Madox Ford (1912), "Exactly as it Happened" by E. C. Bentley (1926), "The Unpleasant Room" by Hilaire Belloc (1928) and "Ho! The Merry Masons" by John Buchan (1933). One of 500 copies. Fine in DW.

Ahearn, Allen and Patricia Book Collecting 2000 2000 Putnam NY. First edition. Signed by both authors and dated "12/15/99" on the title page. Fine in DW.

Aires, Nick and James Richey, (ed) Fantasy Readers Wanted - Apply Within 2003 (October) Silver Lake Publishing. First edition. Includes stories by Matthew Hughes ("A Little Learning"), Neil Gaiman, and many others. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Aldrin, Buzz and John Barnes Encounter With Tiber 1996 (July) Warner Books NY. First edition. Signed by astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the title page. Fine in DW.

Alexander, Lloyd The Castle of Llyr 1966 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. First book of "The Prydain Chronicles." The ""Library Edition", with pictorial covers. Scarce. The book is fine (not ex-library), the dust wrapper is near very good, with a damaged sticker stating "Holt Library Edition" on the front cover, two short black crayon marks on the front cover, small price-sticker residue on the front cover, and chipping at the top and bottom of the spine panel. The front flap is price-clipped in the upper corner, with a price of $3.67 remaining in the lower corner (no doubt the library price.).

Alexander, Lloyd Taran Wanderer 1967 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Fourth book of "The Prydain Chronicles.". The book is fine, the DW is very good, with some small dampstains to the spine.

Alexander, Lloyd The Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen 1991 Dutton NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Allen, Steve Mark It and Strike It 1960 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. An autobiography. 432 pages plus 15 illustrations. Very good with faded spine, bumps to corners and small gouges at top of spine panel..

Allen, Steve Hi-Ho Steverino 1992 Barricade NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Fine in DW.

Allen, Woody Without Feathers 1975 Random House NY. First edition. A collection of comic writings by Woody Allen, including selected New Yorker articles and previously unpublished one-act plays. Fine in DW.

Amis, Martin Einstein's Monsters 1987 Jonathan Cape UK. First edition. Collects five fantasy and SF stories on the theme of nuclear weapons. Fine in DW.

Anderson, George K. The Legend of the Wandering Jew 1965 (December 17) Brown University Press Providence RI. First edition. Massive scholarly work on the origins and meaning of the legend. Publisher's review slip laid in. Small but deep bump on the bottom edge of the back boards, breaking the cloth and scrunching the DJ about one-quarter inch, else near fine. Dust wrapper has a half-inch closed tear on the bottom of the front panel, and slight chipping at the top of the spine, not price-clipped, else near fine.

Anderson, Poul Star Ways 1956 Avalon NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Very minor asphalt staining from old dust jacket protector, else fine in DW.

Anderson, Poul Three Hearts and Three Lions 1961 Doubleday NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-3 and 4A-6. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 18. Cawthorn and Moorcock, Fantasy: The 100 Best Books 73. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 25. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature IV, pp. 1913-17. Survey of Science Fiction Literature V, pp. 2264-68. Tymn (ed), Fantasy Literature, p. 45. Book is near fine with slight corner bumps, handwritten inscription dated "Dec 61" on the ffep, and bottom edge scuffing. Dust jacket is slightly soiled, has small chip missing from lower-right corner of front cover, and closed tear at upper-right corner, price sticker on rear cover, and vertical crease on front flap (price is present.).

Anderson, Poul The Earth Book of Stormgate 1978 Berkeley NY. First edition. Collection of stories. Fine with very good DW.

Anderson, Poul Two Worlds 1978 Gregg Press Boston. First hardcover edition. Fine with very good DW.

Anonymous Tyrannick Usurpation of the Rump Parliament and Oliver Cromwell 1683 Joseph Marsh NY. Full title: "Arbitrary Government Display'd in the Tyrannick Usurpation of the Rump Parliament and Oliver Cromwell being a clear account of their Arbitrary, Cruel and Illegal Proceedings under the Notion of Liberty and Property And A Compendious History of those Times by a Person of Honour." "Printed for Joseph Marsh, Book-seller to his Royal Highness, at the Black Ball in Cornhill." This is an account of the History of England during the reign of Oliver Cromwell to the Restoration of the Monarchy of Charles II. It is written from the perspective of a supporter of the present Monarchy who is attempting to describe the affect that the Cromwellian 'reign' had on Britain in detailed description. There are 4 pages of engravings, showing scenes of 'Oliver seeking God while the King is murthered by his Order', Bradshaw the jaylor and ye hangman keeper of the Libertyes of England, General Monck marching into London, A Free Parliament voted for the King to be sent for, The Commonwealth ruling with a Standing Army....etc. Nicely rebound in full 'Chieftain Goatskin'. It measures 15cm by 9cm. The pages are lightly marked throughout. A very few pages near the end have been trimmed too close to the margin, with slight loss of text. One or two pages at the end have been inserted back into the binding, having been loose, and as they were frayed at the inner margin, there is very slight loss of text. Pages 157-168 are missing. 216 pages in total.

Anonymous (ed) Georgian Stories 1924 1924 G. P. Putnam's Sons NY. First edition. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah, P. G. Wodehouse, Aldous Huxley, Algernon Blackwood, and others. With portraits of each author. Fine in the rare printed DW with long closed tears repaired with clear tape, and corner chips, else very good.

Anonymous The Descent of the Atom 1934 (September) Lothrop Boston. First edition. Inscribed on the ffep "Dear Eleanor, I wrote this for myself but a man at Harvard thought it should be published. Leo, Elmhurst, February, 1939." Issue price $2.00. Fine in very good DW.

Anonymous Ancient Chinese Fables 1982 Children's Press Shanghai. First edition. Six chapbooks in a pictorial cardboard slipcase. Contains 15 stories illustrated in full color. Price sticker on slipcase, else near fine.

Ansky, S. The Dybbuk 1974 Nash LA. First edition thus. Two color text with illustrations. Translated from the Yiddish with an introduction by S. Morris Engel. Illustrated by Jennifer Coleman. Fine in DW.

Anthony, Piers Ghost 1986 (September) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Anthony, Piers Pornucopia 1989 Tafford NY. First edition. Erotic tale originally written for Essex House in 1969 and left unfinished when the publisher folded. Completed by the author and published here for the first time in a small limited edition. Fine in DW.

Anthony, Piers Total Recall 1989 Morrow NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Anthony, Piers Balook 1990 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 83 of 250 copies. Illustrated by Patrick Woodroffe. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Argus, M. K. Moscow-On-The-Hudson 1951 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Basis for the Robin Williams movie. Slight fading along top edge of cloth covers, else fine in very good DW with a small damp spot on rear cover, and slight scrapes along the edges.

Aronica, Lou et. al. Full Spectrum 2 1989 (April) Foundation NY. First edition. Anthology including De Lint, David Brin, Greg Bear, Michael Swanwick, Kim Stanley Robinson and others. Fine in DW.

Aronica, Lou et. al. Full Spectrum 2 1989 (April) Foundation NY. First edition. Excellent science fiction anthology including stories by De Lint, David Brin, Greg Bear, Michael Swanwick, Kim Stanley Robinson and others. Fine in DW.

Ash, Russell and Brian Lake Bizarre Books 1985 Macmillan UK. First edition Signed by both authors on the front free endpaper. Fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac The End of Eternity 1955 Doubleday NY. First edition. Very good in DW.

Asimov, Isaac Earth Is Room Enough 1957 Doubleday NY. First edition. Collection of stories. Fine.

Asimov, Isaac Foundation 1966 Editions Denoel Paris. First French edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Asimov, Isaac Foundation et Empire 1966 Editions Denoel Paris. First French edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Asimov, Isaac Seconde Foundation 1966 Editions Denoel Paris. First French edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Asimov, Isaac The Bicentennial Man 1976 Doubleday NY. First edition. The title story won both the Hugo and Nebula awards and was the basis for the film of the same name starring Robin Williams and Sam Neill. Fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac More Tales of the Black Widowers 1976 Crime Club NY. First edition. Inscribed by the author and dated 28 Jan 78 on the title page. Fine in DW with very slight browning.

Asimov, Isaac Murder at the ABA 1976 Doubleday NY. First edition. Subtitled 'A puzzle in four days & sixty scenes'. Excellent story told first person from the pov of a minor writer, with Asimov himself as one of the characters. Fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac Murder at the ABA 1976 Doubleday NY. First edition. Subtitled 'A puzzle in four days & sixty scenes'. Excellent story told first person from the pov of a minor writer, with Asimov himself as one of the characters. Slight defect tear on inside hinge of ffep, else fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac The Robots of Dawn 1983 Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac Robots and Empire 1985 Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac Robots and Empire 1985 Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW with some chipping to the top and bottom of spine panel.

Asimov, Isaac Foundation and Earth 1986 Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac Nemesis 1989 (October) Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac Puzzles of the Black Widowers 1990 (January) Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Asimov, Isaac Forward The Foundation 1993 (April 6) Foundation NY. First edition. Does not state 'first edition' on the copyright page, and has the numbers '23456789' as usual for the first printing. Fine in DW.

Asprin, Robert Lynn (with Andrew Offut and others) Tales From the Vulgar Unicorn 1980 Ace NY. First Ace printing paperback. Inscribed "For Iron Monger- It gets worse... R.Asprin 6/84" on the title page, and "for Sir James O'Donoghue from the author Andrew Offutt 11/80" at Offut's story. Also includes stories by Philip Jose Farmer, David Drake, Lynn Abbey and others. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Attanasio, A. A. Beast Marks 1984 Zeising CT. First edition. Limited to 250 copies. Signed by the author and two artists. Collection of short stories. Fine in DW.

Aylett, Steve Fain the Sorcerer 2006 PS Publishing. First edtion. #1 of 300 hardcover copies signed by Steve Aylett and introducer Allan Moore on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

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Baker, Nicholson The Fermata 1994 Random House NY. First edition. Fine in DW with clear plastic wrap-around label ("bellyband").

Bangs, John Kendrick The Dreamers; A Club 1899 Harper NY. First edition. Illustrated by Edward Penfield. Bleiler (1948), p. 39. Hubin (1994), p. 46. De Waal 5809. BAL 741. Wright (III) 269. Fine sans DW as issued.

Bangs, John Kendrick R. Holmes & Co 1906 (June) Harper NY. First edition. Scarce Sherlockiana. Sydney Adamson (illustrator). Bookplate, some cracking to inner hinges, some silverfishing to spine, else good.

Bangs, John Kendrick R. Holmes & Co. 1906 (June) Harper & Brothers NY. First edition. A delightful spoof of Doyle's Holmes and Hornung's Raffles by the great American humorist. Sydney Adamson (illustrator). Very good with darkened and rubbed spine, in blue cloth-covered boards.

Banks, Iain M. The Bridge 1986 Macmillan UK. First edition. Signed on the title page. Author's third book. Fine in DW.

Banks, Iain M. Espedair Street 1987 (September 10) Macmillan UK. First edition. Scuffed edges, else near fine in fine DW.

Banks, Iain M. Cleaning Up 1987 (October) Birmingham SF Group UK. First edition. #371 of 500 copies, signed on the first white page. 20-page pamphlet containing a short story. Fine in glossy printed wrappers.

Banks, Iain M. The State of the Art 1989 Zeising CT. First edition. Signed and numbered #138 of 400. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Banks, Iain M. Against a Dark Background 1993 Orbit UK. First edition. Inscribed and dated '22-5-93' by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Barjavel, Rene La Nuit Des Temps 1968 Presses de la Cite Paris. First edition. Later translated into English in 1970 as 'The Ice People'. Fine except for ex-libris indentation stamp on dedication page.

Barker, Clive Tapping The Vein (Book 1) 1989 Eclipse Books CA. First edition. Perfect-bound comic book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Barnes, John The Man Who Pulled Down The Sky 1986 Congdon & Weed NY. First edition. Author's first book, one of the "Isaac Asimov Presents" series. Top of pages dusty, else fine in DW.

Barnes, John Mother Of Storms 1994 (July) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Barnet, Richard J. The Alliance 1983 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. "America-Europe-Japan: Makers of the Postwar World." 438 pages plus extensive notes and bibliography. Issued at $20. Fine in DW.

Barrett Jr., Neal Slightly Off Center 1992 Swan Press TX. First edition. Collects 11 stories, with an introduction by Joe R. Lansdale. Signed by the author, introducer Joe R. Lansdale, and illustrator Brad W. Foster. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Barrett Jr., Neal Piggs 2002 (January) Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Letter N of 26 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Bound in deluxe cloth; housed in a handcrafted traycase. Fine in DW and traycase.

Barry, Dave Big Trouble 1999 Putnam NY. First edition. Author's first novel. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in printed wrappers.

Barry, Maxx Syrup 1999 Viking NY. First edition. Author's first book, an excellent satire of the advertising industry. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Barzun, Jacques (editor) The Delights of Detection 1961 Criterion Books NY. First edition. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah, G.K. Chesterton, Dorothy Sayers, Harry Kemelman, John D. MacDonald, Edmund Crispin, Rex Stout, Alexandre Dumas and others. Fairly scarce in dust jacket. Near fine in DW.

Basbanes, Nicholas A Gentle Madness 1995 Henry Holt NY. First edition. This fine history of book collecting earned its author a National Book Critics Circle award nomination and went quickly into later printings. Fine in DW.

Bayley, Barrington J. The Garments of Caean 1976 Doubleday NY. First edition. Book is near-fine, waterstains to the front of the DJ, and some soiling; very good at best.

Bayley, Barrington J. The Seed of Evil 1979 Allison & Busby UK. First edition. Collection of stories. Fine in DW.

Beagle, Peter S. The Folk of the Air 1986 (September) Del Rey New York. First edition, signed and dated 20 Jan 1987 on front free endpaper. Fine in DW.

Bear, Greg The Wind From a Burning Woman 1983 Arkham House WI. First edition. Six short novels and stories, two of which were Nebula nominees. Bookplate laid in signed by the author, illustrator Dennis Neal Smith and cover artist Vincent Di Fate, number 241 of 250 copies. Additionally inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Bear, Greg The Forge of God 1987 (September) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bear, Greg Eternity 1988 (October) Warner NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bear, Greg Queen of Angels 1990 (July) Warner Books NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Beinhart, Larry American Hero 1993 Pantheon NY. First edition. Made into the successful movie "Wag The Dog". Near fine in DW.

Belanger, Terry Lunacy and the Arrangement of Books 1982 Oak Knoll Books DE. First edition. One of 300 copies. An essay on bibliomania. Fine in printed wrappers.

Belloc, Hilaire The Emerald of Catherine the Great 1926 Harper & Brothers NY. First edition. Illustrated with 21 b/w drawings by G. K. Chesterton. Very good in well-rubbed black cloth boards.

Bellow, Saul Mr. Sammler's Planet 1970 Viking NY. First edition. A National Book Award-winning novel. Bellow was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1976. Very good in very good DW with chip missing at top of fold between front cover and spine, and 2-inch closed tear at bottom of front cover..

Benchley, Peter The Deep 1976 Doubleday NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the first white page. Author's third book and second novel. Adapted into the 1977 movie which starred Nick Nolte, Jacqueline Bisset, Robert Shaw, and Lou Gossett Jr. Fine in DW.

Benchley, Robert The Bedside Manner 1952 Dobson UK. First edition. Illustrated by Gluyas Williams. A series of sketches previously mostly published in various American magazines. They feature the general theme of life and living the American way. Near fine in very good DJ with dime-sized chip at bottom of spine and front cover fold.

Benford, Gregory Artifact 1985 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Benford, Gregory Tides Of Light 1989 (February) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bennett, Whitman A Practical Guide to American Book Collecting 1941 Bennett NY. First edition, 1 of 100 copies hand bound in half morocco, marbled paper over boards, marbled endpapers, gilt raised bands and spine lettering. A wonderful compendium of almost 500 books in this chronological guide to great and curious books in Americana and American literature. Each item is accompanied by a lengthy description giving information about why the particular item is important. Near fine, with light wear at the extremities.

Berger, Thomas Killing Time 1967 Dial Press NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW with creases and several closed tears.

Berger, Thomas Arthur Rex 1978 Delacorte NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Berger, Thomas Changing The Past 1989 Little, Brown and Company NY. First edition. Small remainder mark on top edge of pages near spine, else fine in fine DW.

Berlyne, John and Tim Powers Secret Histories 2009 PS Publishing UK. First edition, slipcased edition, number 20 of 200 numbered copies, signed by contributors Tim Powers, James Blaylock, China Mieville, and others on the limitation page. Includes a hardcover previously unpublished piece by Powers called "The Waters Deep, Deep, Deep". Fine in DW and slipcase.

Bien, Herman M. (Rabbi) Oriental Legends 1883 Brown & Derby NY. First edition. Lengthy inscription to Mrs. Rachel Rosen "by the author", dated "May 14/83" on the front free endpaper. Pages printed in two colors. Black leather spine with raised ribs, with title cut from original spine pasted on, probably done at a later time. Author is listed in Bleiler. Very scarce Judaica. Water damage to covers and bottom of pages, minimal foxing, spine and pages are tight, spine is unblemished.

Bien, Herman M. Ben Beor 1891 Isaac Friedenwald Baltimore. First edition. Octavo, pp. [1-4] [i-v] vi [vii] viii-ix [x] [1-2] 3-528, flyleaf at rear, original brown cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold and blind, rear panel stamped in blind. Fifty-one engraved plates by J. Bien. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 33. Locke, Voyages in Space 38. Reginald 01251. Wright (III) 519. This strange work of historical fantasy is in two parts: I. Lunar Intaglios. The Man in the Moon; II. Historical Phantasmagoria. The Wandering Gentile. The former is described as a counterpart to Wallace's Ben Hur, the latter, a companion to Sue's The Wandering Jew. The tales, purportedly taken from manuscripts discovered in New York, present a bizarre mix of fantasy and pseudo-historical writing dealing with the progress of civilization, culminating in founding of the United States, with special interest in the role of the Jewish people in these events. This first edition was apparently unknown to Bleiler, who notes only an 1894 printing (see E. F. Bleiler, The Checklist of Science-fiction & Supernatural Fiction, p. 23.) Scarce Judaica. Hinges cracked, corners bumped else very good in brown cloth boards.

Bischoff, David Philip K. Dick High 2000 Wildside Press NJ. Stated first edition. Inscribed "To Mike, Best Wishes, David Bischoff" on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Bishop, Michael And Strange At Ecbatan the Trees 1976 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Author's second novel. Fine in DW.

Bishop, Michael Catacomb Years 1979 Berkeley NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bishop, Michael Blooded On Arachne 1982 Arkham House WI. First edition. Collection of stories. Fine in DW.

Bishop, Michael No Enemy But Time 1982 Timescape NY. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page: "For Leszek, My Nebula winner, which surprised the stew out of me. All best, Mike/Michael Bishop Willimantic/Z-Con II July 16, 1988." Winner of the 1983 Nebula award for best novel. Fine in DW with 1/4" closed tear on the rear panel.

Bishop, Michael Who Made Stevie Crye 1984 Arkham House WI. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bishop, Michael Apartheid, Superstrings, and Mordecai Thurbana 1989 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Number 99 of 100 bound in full leather. Signed by the author and introducer Lewis Shiner. Fine sans DW as issued.

Bishop, Michael Brittle Innings 1994 (May) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bisson, Terry Wyrldmaker 1981 (July) Timescape NY. First edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Bisson, Terry Talking Man 1986 (October 27) Arbor House NY. First edition. Author's second book. Review copy with letter and two slips laid in. Fine in DW.

Bisson, Terry Fire on the Mountain 1988 Arbor House NY. First edition. Author's third book. Signed and dated "July 1988" by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Bisson, Terry Bears Discover Fire 1993 TOR NY. First edition. Collection of stories. Fine in DW.

Bisson, Terry Pirates Of The Universe 1996 (April) TOR NY. First edition. Review sheet laid in. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. The Elfin Ship 1982 (August) Del Rey New York. First edition. Author's first book. Signed and dated '1-26-85' on the title page. Fne in pictorial wrappers.

Blaylock, James P. The Disappearing Dwarf 1983 (February) Del Rey New York. First edition. Author's second book. Signed and dated '1-26-85' on the title page. Warping along the top edge of the front cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Blaylock, James P. The Disappearing Dwarf 1983 (February) Del Rey New York. First edition. Author's second book. Signed on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Blaylock, James P. The Digging Leviathan 1984 (September) Ace New York. First edition. Author's third book. Inscribed 'My best book, I think' and dated '1-26-85' on the title page. Fne in pictorial wrappers.

Blaylock, James P. Paper Dragons 1986 Axolotl WA. First edition. Limited to 434 copies of which this is one of the two cloth-bound copies marked 'PC', signed by Blaylock and introducer Tim Powers, Winner of the 1986 World Fantasy Award for best short story. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. The Shadow on the Doorstep 1987 Axolotl WA. First edition. Limited to 900 copies of which this is 1 of 28 "publisher's copies" number "PC" and never offered for sale. Bound in red leather. Signed by Blaylock and introducer Lewis Shiner. Issued as Axolotl Double A-2 bound with Trilobyte, three stories by Edward Bryant, signed by Bryant and introducer Tim Powers. Fine sans DW as issued.

Blaylock, James P. The Shadow on the Doorstep 1987 Axolotl WA. First edition. Limited to 900 copies of which this is number 105 of 300 numbered clothbound copies signed by Blaylock and introducer Lewis Shiner. Issued as Axolotl Double A-2 bound with Trilobyte, three stories by Edward Bryant, signed by Bryant and introducer Tim Powers. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. The Shadow on the Doorstep 1987 Axolotl WA. First edition. Limited to 900 copies of which this is number 254 of 300 numbered clothbound copies signed by Blaylock and introducer Lewis Shiner. Issued as Axolotl Double A-2 bound with Trilobyte, three stories by Edward Bryant, signed by Bryant and introducer Tim Powers. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. The Shadow on the Doorstep 1987 Axolotl WA. First edition. Limited to 900 copies of which this is number 105 of 300 numbered clothbound copies signed by Blaylock and introducer Lewis Shiner. Issued as Axolotl Double A-2 bound with Trilobyte, three stories by Edward Bryant, signed by Bryant and introducer Tim Powers. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. Two Views of a Cave Painting 1987 Axolotl WA. First edition. #29 of 75 leatherbound copies. Bound with 'Escape From Kathmandu' by Kim Stanley Robinson. Signed by Blaylock, Dean R. Koontz (intro), Robinson and Tim Powers (intro). Fine sans DW and slipcase as issued.

Blaylock, James P. Two Views of a Cave Painting 1987 Axolotl WA. First edition. 1 of 500 unnumbered paperbound copies, signed by Blaylock, Koontz (intro), Kim Stanley Robinson and Tim Powers (intro). Inscribed and signed again by Blaylock on title page 910612. Bound with 'Escape From Kathmandu' by Kim Stanley Robinson. Fine in printed wrappers.

Blaylock, James P. The Last Coin 1988 Zeising CT. First edition. #62 of 750 numbered copies signed by Blaylock, Lucius Shepard and artist Dennis Loughner. Fine in DW and cloth slipcase.

Blaylock, James P. The Last Coin 1988 (November) Ace New York. First edition. Inscribed 'Mike, Thanks for writing this! June 12, 1991' on the title page. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. The Stone Giant 1989 (June) Ace New York. First edition. Inscribed 'I wrote this when I was young. Hope it's all right' on the title page. Fne in pictorial wrappers.

Blaylock, James P. The Stone Giant 1989 (June) Ace New York. First edition. Signed and dated "6/19/89" on the title page. Fne in pictorial wrappers.

Blaylock, James P. The Magic Spectacles 1991 Morrigan UK. First edition, trade issue. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. The Paper Grail 1991 Easton Press CT. First edition. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in leather-covered boards.

Blaylock, James P. Lord Kelvin's Machine 1992 Arkham House WI. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. (Tim Powers and Phil Parks) James P. Blaylock: A Bibliography 1992 (August) ASAP Mission Viejo, CA. First edition. Letter U of 25 copies, signed by Blaylock, introducer "William Ashbless" (Tim Powers & Blaylock) and illustrator Phil Parks on the limitation page. A bibliography of all his American and English publications from 1975 to 1992, with descriptions of first edition identification. A very humorous introduction by Ashbless, an afterword by Parks, and the last page has the first page of a holographic (printed?) story called "The Sad Death of Morton Sterba.". Fine in plexiglass slipcase.

Blaylock, James P. Doughnuts 1994 ASAP MI. First edition. Limited to 250 copies, of which this is F of 26 lettered copies. Signed on the limitation page by the author, Viki Blaylock, Phil Parks, Tim Powers, Lucius Shepard and Lewis Shiner. Includes four full-color photographs. Book comes in a tri-folding traycase that includes an autographed photo of the author, and a holographic page of the manuscript, also signed. Laid into the book is a hand-corrected (one word added) typewritten sheet signed with a small illustration by editor James T. Seels. Fine in leather cover, sans DW as issued.

Blaylock, James P. Doughnuts 1994 ASAP MI. First edition. Limited to 250 copies, of which this is #55 of 224 numbered copies. Signed on the limitation page by the author, Viki Blaylock, Phil Parks, Tim Powers, Lucius Shepard and Lewis Shiner. Includes four color photographs. Fine in leather cover, sans DW as issued.

Blaylock, James P. Night Relics 1994 (March 1) Ace NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. Night Relics 1994 (March 1) Ace NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. Winter Tides 1997 (August) Ace NY. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Blaylock, James P. The Old Curiosity Shop 1999 ASAP CA. First edition. Number 61 of 150 copies, signed by the author, introducer Tim Powers, afterword author Dean Koontz, and illustrator Phil Parks. Additionally signed by the author on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Blaylock, James P. Home Before Dark 2000 (December) Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Number PC of 350 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in printed wrappers.

Blaylock, James P. Thirteen Phantasms 2005 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Letter O of 26 lettered copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine.

Blaylock, James P. The Adventures of Langdon St. Ives 2008 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Number 101 of 200 copies. Signed by the author and illustrator J.K. Potter on the limitation page. Fine In DW.

Bleiler, Everett F. and T. E. Ditky eds. Best Science Fiction Stories 1952 1952 (August) Frederick Fell NY. Stated first edition. Near fine in bright, unclipped, very good DW.

Bloch, Robert Midnight Pleasures 1987 (April 17) Doubleday NY. First edition. Fourteen stories. Review copy with slip laid in. Fine in DW.

Bloch, Robert The Thing 1993 Pretentious Press MA. First edition. Four-page folio containing author's first published story (in his high school literary magaszine when he was 14). One of 85 copies, signed on the limitation page. Issued by David Aronovitz. Fine in printed wrappers.

Block, Lawrence Tanner's Tiger 1968 Fawcett NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Pages slightly yellowed, Inside cover partially browned (possibly a waterstain but not showing on front), spine creased and slightly rolled.

Block, Lawrence Ariel 1980 Arbor House NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Block, Lawrence Random Walk 1988 (October) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bloom, Harold The Flight to Lucifer 1979 Farrar, Straus and Giroux New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Blyth, R. H. Zen in English Literature 1942 Hokuseido Press Tokyo. First edition. Certificate of authenticity tipped onto the rear free endpaper, with the seal (honko) of R.H. Blyth himself, a circular stamp with R H Blyth spelled out in Katakana. Yellowing paper, else near fine in DW with slightly sunned spine. Small "Oriental Bookstore" stamp on bottom of front pastedown, and some offsetting from the DJ to the endpapers.

Bogart, Stephen Humphrey Play It Again 1995 (April) TOR NY. First edition. Author's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Bonanno, Margaret Wander Preternatural 1996 (December) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bonanno, Margaret Wander Preternatural 1996 (December) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Borges, Jorge Luis ed. The Book Of Fantasy 1988 Viking NY. First edition. Extensive collection of fantasy stories. Fint in DW.

Boston, Bruce Jackbird 1976 Berkeley Poets Workshop & Press CA. First edition, trade paperback format. Inscribed by the author on the page facing the title page, with signed letter written on back of broadside advertisement for 'Night Eyes' tipped in. Author's first book. Collection of short stories. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Boston, Bruce Skin Trades 1988 (October) Chriss Drumm IA. First edition, trade paperback format. Signed by the author and artist, limited to 126 copies. Includes limited 4-page poetry pamphlet. Fine in printed wrappers.

Boucher, Anthony Best Detective Stories of the Year, 21st Collection 1966 Dutton NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW with two closed tears and one small chip missing from the front cover.

Bova, Ben Pohl, Pournelle, Sheffield Future Quartet 1994 (April) AvoNova NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Boyle, T. Coraghessan If the River Was Whiskey 1989 Viking NY. First edition. Author's third collection of short stories. Fine in DW.

Brackett, Leigh The Starmen 1952 Gnome Press New York. First edition. An early Brackett space opera, her second novel published in book form. Very good except for slight scuffing at top and bottom of spine, and slight discolorations on covers. No dust wrapper.

Bradbury, Ray Switch on the Night 1955 Pantheon NY. First edition. An elusive children's book with illustrations by Madeleine Gekiere. Very good; an above-average copy of this fragile children's book.

Bradbury, Ray Something Wicked This Way Comes 1962 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Neat owner's signature and date (year of publication) on ffep, else fine in DW with fold creases and short tear on back panel, else very good.

Bradbury, Ray I Sing the Body Electric 1969 Alfred Knopf New York. First edition, signed and dated '3/3/90' on front free endpaper. Personally signed. Fine with slight rubbing to bottom, DW fine.

Bradbury, Ray Zen in the Art of Writing 1989 Capra Press Santa Barbara, CA. First edition, signed and dated '3/3/90' on title page. Personally signed. Fine in DW.

Bradbury, Ray A Graveyard For Lunatics 1990 Alfred Knopf NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bradley, Marion Zimmer Star of Danger 1965 Ace NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers except for slight spine creases and rear cover corner crease.

Bradley, Marion Zimmer Star of Danger 1965 Ace NY. First edition. Good in creased and torn pictorial wrappers.

Bradley, Marion Zimmer The Firebrand 1987 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Small remainder mark on bottom of page block near spine, else fine in DW.

Bradley, Marion Zimmer The Heirs of Hammerfell 1989 (December) DAW NY. First edition. Remainder mark on bottom of page block, else fine in DW.

Bramah, Ernest English Farming and Why I Turned It Up 1894 The Leadenhall Press UK. First edition. Author's first book. Near fine.

Bramah, Ernest English Farming and Why I Turned It Up 1894 The Leadenhall Press UK. First edition. Author's first book. Very good.

Bramah, Ernest (ed) A Handbook for Writers and Artists 1898 Charles William Deacon & Co. UK. First edition. "By a London Editor" widely believed to be Ernest Bramah. Very good.

Bramah, Ernest The Wallet of Kai Lung 1900 Grant Richards UK. First edition, first state. Author's second book. Bottom edges of covers scraped, as are the top and bottom edges of the spine panel. Slight foxing to pages. Very good in pictorial covers.

Bramah, Ernest The Wallet of Kai Lung 1900 Grant Richards UK. First colonial edition, "for India & the Colonies only.". Very good, green cloth covers scuffed and edges worn.

Bramah, Ernest The Wallet of Kai Lung 1903 Grant Richards UK. First edition, second state in first state dust wrapper. Author's second book. Signed by the author "Yours sincerely, E. Bramah Smith" on the half-title page. Includes a custom protective cover. Book is very good in pictorial covers. The extremely rare DW is good, with both flaps detached but present, and chipping only slightly affecting text and design.

Bramah, Ernest The Wallet of Kai Lung 1903 Grant Richards UK. First edition, second state. Author's second book. Near fine in pictorial covers.

Bramah, Ernest The Wallet of Kai Lung 1903 Grant Richards UK. First edition, second state. Author's second book. Presentation copy from Hillaire Belloc, who wrote the forward to this book in 1922: "I gave Ha... Baker this book. / H Belloc / August 1914" in ink on the front free endpaper. Near fine in pictorial covers.

Bramah, Ernest The Mirror of Kong Ho 1905 Chapman and Hall UK. First edition. Reginald 01826. Very difficult to find in any condition. Front cover design differs from description given by William White; all black, and no rules around the title. Foxing to the first ten pages, else near fine in olive cloth-covered boards.

Bramah, Ernest What Might Have Been 1907 John Murray UK. First edition. Very good.

Bramah, Ernest The Transmutation of Ling 1911 Grant Richards UK. First edition of this story from 'The Wallet of Kai Lung'. Limited to 500 copies. Inscribed by artist Ilbery Lynch and dated Nov 1922 on the front free endpaper. Near fine in brown cloth covered boards..

Bramah, Ernest The Transmutation of Ling 1911 Grant Richards UK. First edition of this story from 'The Wallet of Kai Lung'. Limited to 500 copies. Very good in rubbed, brown cloth covered boards..

Bramah, Ernest The Transmutation of Ling 1911 Grant Richards UK. First edition of this story from 'The Wallet of Kai Lung'. Limited to 500 copies. One inch section at the bottom of the joint between the front cover and the spine has been chewed, endpapers colored and lightly stained, however the pages and illustrations are bright and clean. The only copy I've seen in blue cloth boards.

Bramah, Ernest (magazine appearance) The London Mercury 1920 (September) UK. Includes the first appearance of the story "Wang-Ho and the Burial Robe", later collecting in Kai Lung's Golden Hours. Covers and spine rough-edge creasing and tears, front cover also loose with heavy creasing and larger edge tears, some spotting and fading. Inside pages, however, are tight and clean.

Bramah, Ernest Kai Lung's Golden Hours 1922 Grant Richards UK. First edition. The second 'Kai Lung' book. A little light foxing, otherwise very good copy in original pictorial cloth and internally strengthened but complete DW.

Bramah, Ernest Kai Lung's Golden Hours 1922 Grant Richards UK. First edition. The second 'Kai Lung' book. Foxing to the pages, else fine.

Bramah, Ernest The Eyes of Max Carrados 1923 Grant Richards UK. First edition. Slight foxing to pages, else near fine.

Bramah, Ernest The Eyes of Max Carrados 1923 Grant Richards UK. First edition. A variant binding, in dark grey cloth, with all edges trimmed. Significant foxing to pages, else near fine.

Bramah, Ernest The Eyes of Max Carrados 1923 Grant Richards UK. First edition. Slight foxing to page ends, scuffing and short tears to spine ends, slight corner bumps, else very good.

Bramah, Ernest and others Georgian Stories 1924 1924 Putnam NY. First edition. Collection of stories by Bramah, Aldous Huxley, P.G. Wodehouse, A. E. Coppard, Algernon Blackwood, and others. Includes photos of each author. Front hinge starting, ink inscription of ffep, else very good.

Bramah, Ernest The Specimen Case 1924 (September) Hodder and Stoughton UK. First edition. Collects twenty-one stories. Foxing along the page block ends, else fine.

Bramah, Ernest The Specimen Case 1924 (October) Hodder and Stoughton UK. First edition, second impression. Collects twenty-one stories. FFEP creased, with inscription dated Aug 1927 in ink, else very good in red cloth boards.

Bramah, Ernest The Specimen Case 1924 (October) Hodder and Stoughton UK. First edition, second impression. Collects twenty-one stories. Foxing along the page block ends, else fine.

Bramah, Ernest (ed. by J. C. Squire) The Mercury Book 1926 Williams & Norgate UK. First edition. TLS from the publisher to E. Bramah Smith Esq. "As publishers of The Mercury Book, we would ask you to accept a copy in token of our appreciation of your contribution therein.". Very good in DW.

Bramah, Ernest Max Carrados Mysteries 1927 Hodder and Stoughton UK. First edition. Rebound. Very good.

Bramah, Ernest Max Carrados Mysteries 1927 (August) Hodder and Stoughton UK. First edition. Near fine.

Bramah, Ernest Max Carrados Mysteries 1927 (August) Hodder and Stoughton UK. First edition. Neat bookplate on front pastedown, else very good.

Bramah, Ernest Kai Lung Unrolls His Mat 1928 Grant Richards UK. First edition. The third "Kai Lung" book. Bottom edges of covers slightly scraped, slight foxing to the fore edge, small bookseller's sticker on rear pastedown, else near fine in DW with slight chips along edges, 1/8 inch missing from top of spine panel, and small chip missing from upper-left corner of rear cover (none affecting lettering). Overall a very nice copy indeed.

Bramah, Ernest Short Stories of To-day & Yesterday 1929 Harrap UK. First edition. Collects four 'Kai Lung' stories, three 'Max Carrados' stories, and four additional stories. Red leatherette boards. Fine sans DW as issued.

Bramah, Ernest Short Stories of To-day & Yesterday 1929 Harrap UK. First edition. Collects four 'Kai Lung' stories, three 'Max Carrados' stories, and four additional stories. Brown leatherette boards. Fine sans DW as issued.

Bramah, Ernest Short Stories of To-day & Yesterday 1929 Harrap UK. First edition. Collect four 'Kai Lung' stories, three 'Max Carrados' stories, and four additional stories. Cloth boards. Fine in very good DW.

Bramah, Ernest Short Stories of To-day & Yesterday 1929 Harrap UK. First edition. Collect four 'Kai Lung' stories, three 'Max Carrados' stories, and four additional stories. Green pebble-cloth boards bound by Selbridge. Very good.

Bramah, Ernest Short Stories of To-day & Yesterday 1929 Harrap UK. First edition. Collect four 'Kai Lung' stories, three 'Max Carrados' stories, and four additional stories. Cloth boards. Fine in very good DW with sun-darkened spine.

Bramah, Ernest English Regal Copper Coins 1929 (June) Methuen UK. First edition. Edges and prelims spotted, head and tail of spine rubbed, covers slightly marked, else very good.

Bramah, Ernest English Regal Copper Coins 1929 (June) Methuen UK. First edition. Article on the 50th anniversary of this book (by Peter Gaspar) laid in at the back of the book (with accompanying discolorations from disintegrated tape.) With an embossed library stamp on the half-title page of R. C. Willey FRNS (Fellow of the Royal Numismatic Society), a well-known Canadian numismatist who died in 1994. Two small bookstore stamps on the front pastedown, aforemntioned tape discolorations on both sides of rear free endpaper.

Bramah, Ernest English Regal Copper Coins 1929 (June) Methuen UK. First edition. Slightly frayed spine ends and corners, else fine in blue cloth boards.

Bramah, Ernest A Little Flutter 1930 Cassell UK. First edition. Scarce Sherlockiana. Near fine.

Bramah, Ernest A Little Flutter 1930 Cassell UK. First edition. Scarce Sherlockiana. Edges rubbed, short closed tear at top of spine, else very good.

Bramah, Ernest The Moon of Much Gladness 1932 Cassell & Co. UK. First edition. Pasted on the front free endpaper is a small postmarked envelope containing a holographic letter from the the author; the letter is folded once, and the script fills both sides. The green cloth binding is somewhat unevenly yellowed to the boards, although the spine is unaffected. There is some edge rubbing to the dustwrapper, likewise at head and base of the backstrip. There is some light general soiling or dustyness to the lower wrapper and two 2-inch closeable tears on the rear panel. The front panel of the DW is quite bright and striking; a colorful Asian woman on a black background.

Bramah, Ernest The Moon of Much Gladness 1932 Cassell & Co. UK. First edition. Some offsetting to the rear free endpaper, bumping to spine ends, else fine. The DW has some soiling to the rear cover, top and bottom chips to the spine affecting the "T" in "The", one inch closed tear at top of front cover, else very good. The front panel of the DW is quite bright and striking; a colorful Asian woman on a black background.

Bramah, Ernest The Moon of Much Gladness 1932 Cassell & Co. UK. First edition. Ex-library.

Bramah, Ernest The Bravo of London 1934 Cassell UK. First edition. Full-length 'Max Carrados' novel. Near fine in DW. A spectacular copy with some soiling to the rear DW panel.

Bramah, Ernest The Bravo of London 1934 Cassell UK. First edition. Full-length 'Max Carrados' novel. Chips to top and bottom of spine, faint damp ring on front cover, else very good.

Bramah, Ernest Kai Lung Omnibus 1936 Philip Allan UK. First edition thus. Collects three Kai Lung novels. Foxing to edges of pages, else near fine in DW that has some closed tears and crinkling, else very good.

Bramah, Ernest The Kai Lung Omnibus 1936 Philip Allan UK. First complete edition. Collects the first three Kai Lung novels. Some foxing to pages, else good.

Bramah, Ernest Kai Lung Beneath the Mulberry-Tree 1940 Richards Press UK. First edition of the author's last book. Long inscription on the half-title page to J. C. Squire: "Sir J. C. Squire with the author's compliments. Intermittently bridging a long span of years and avowing a great debt of obligation incurred to editor and critic, 1900 - February 1940.". Very good in DW.

Bramah, Ernest Kai Lung Beneath the Mulberry-Tree 1940 Richards Press UK. First edition. Bramah's last book. Rare in dust jacket. Front free endpaper discolored, else fine in very good DW.

Bramah, Ernest Kin Weng and the Miraculous Tusk 1941 Privately Printed UK. First edition. Printed by faculty and students of the City of Birmingham School of Printing. Very rare. Very good in cloth covered boards.

Bramah, Ernest The Celestial Omnibus 1963 Richards Press UK. First edition thus. Collects 11 Kai Lung stories. New introduction by John Connell. Fine in very good DW.

Bramah, Ernest The Celestial Omnibus 1963 Richards Press UK. First edition thus. Collects 11 Kai Lung stories. New introduction by John Connell. Substantial foxing to page ends, else very good in very good DW.

Bramah, Ernest (Ed. by William White) Kai Lung: Six 1974 Non-Profit Press WA. First edition. First book publication of six stories from Punch magazine. Number 99 of 250 copies printed for private circulation. Includes The Story of Lam-Hoo & the Reward of Merit; The Story of Chung Pun and the Miraculous Peacocks; The Story of Yeun Yang and the Empty Soo-Shong Chest; The Story of Sing Tsung and the Exponent of Dark Magic; The Story of Kwey Chao and the Grateful Song Bird; and The Story of Li Pao, Lucky Star and the Intruding Stranger. Fine in DW.

Bramah, Ernest (Ed. by William White) Kai Lung: Six 1974 Non-Profit Press WA. First edition. First book publication of six stories from Punch magazine. Number 168 of 250 copies printed for private circulation. Includes The Story of Lam-Hoo & the Reward of Merit; The Story of Chung Pun and the Miraculous Peacocks; The Story of Yeun Yang and the Empty Soo-Shong Chest; The Story of Sing Tsung and the Exponent of Dark Magic; The Story of Kwey Chao and the Grateful Song Bird; and The Story of Li Pao, Lucky Star and the Intruding Stranger. Fine in DW.

Bramah, Ernest (Ed. by William White) Kai Lung: Six 1974 Non-Profit Press WA. First edition. First book publication of six stories from Punch magazine. Number 113 of 250 copies printed for private circulation. Includes The Story of Lam-Hoo & the Reward of Merit; The Story of Chung Pun and the Miraculous Peacocks; The Story of Yeun Yang and the Empty Soo-Shong Chest; The Story of Sing Tsung and the Exponent of Dark Magic; The Story of Kwey Chao and the Grateful Song Bird; and The Story of Li Pao, Lucky Star and the Intruding Stranger. Slight spine lean, else very fine in DW.

Brander, Matthews Tales of Fantasy and Fact 1896 Harper and Brothers NY. First edition. Duodecimal; collated: [i-viii] [1-3] 4-216 [first leaf blank], with inserted frontispiece. Classic Victorian compilation of supernatural fiction, which includes A Primer of Imaginary Geography, The Rival Ghosts, Sixteen Years Without a Birthday, The Kinetoscope of Time, The Dream-Gown of the Japanese Ambassador, The Twinkling of an Eye and A Confidential Post Script. Very good in terra-cotta cloth-covered boards, decoratively stamped in gilt and deep brick red on the backstrip and front board.

Brennert, Alan Time and Chance 1990 (February) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Breslin, Jimmy World Without End, Amen 1973 Viking NY. First edition. Pulitzer Prize winning author's second novel, Warm inscription to fellow newspaperman Earl Ubell dated "9/12/73" on the front free endpaper. Very good in good DJ. The book has some wear, but most of the defects (dog-eared pages and wrinkled DJ laminations) look like production defects.

Briarton, Grendel (pseudonym of Reginald Bretnor) The Collected Feghoot 1992 Pulphouse OR. First edition. One of 300 unnumbered hardcover copies. Signed as both on the title page. Rare. Fine in DW.

Brin, David The Postman 1985 (November) Bantam NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the half-title page. Fine in DW.

Brin, David The Postman 1985 (November) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in almost fine DW.

Brin, David Dr. Pak's Preschool 1989 Cheap Street VA. First edition. Of 177 total copies, this is number 96 of the 119 numbered Collector's Edition copies. Signed by the author and by artist Judy King-Rieniets on the limitation page. Promotional material laid in. Fine in DW made of handmade Yuzen paper and cloth slipcase.

Brin, David Earth 1990 (June) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Brin, David Piecework 1991 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Short story hardback #15. Number 59 of 100 copies. Bound in full leather. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Brin, David Glory Season 1993 (June) Bantam NY. First edition. Signed and dated 4/8/93 (prior to publication) on the title page. Fine in DW.

Brin, David Glory Season 1993 (June) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Brooks, Terry Magic Kingdom For Sale 1986 (April) Del Rey NY. First edition, signed and dated 4/91 on the title page. Fine in DW.

Brooks, Terry Magic Kingdom For Sale 1986 (April) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Brooks, Terry The Black Unicorn 1987 (October) Del Rey NY. First edition, signed and dated 4/91 on title page. Fine in DW.

Brooks, Walter R. Freddy and the Ignormous 1941 Knopf NY. First edition. A "Freddy the Pig" story. Near fine in very good unclipped DW. DW has slight wear and some tiny tears on the edges, and a small chip 1" x 1/4" at edge. Brown tweed cloth boards with impressed illustration of Freddy has corners slightly bumped.

Brown, Dan Digital Fortress 1998 (February) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Brunner, John The Brink 1959 Gollancz UK. The author's fourth SF novel and his first hardcover. Signed by the author on the title page. Near fine in DW with age-darkened spine, and a few missing bits at the extremities, and light dust soiling.

Brunner, John The Super Barbarians 1962 Ace NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Brunner, John The Astronauts Must Not Land 1963 Ace NY. First edition. Ace double F-227, bound with "The Space-Time Juggler" by John Brunner. Near fine in poctorial wrappers.

Brunner, John The Dreaming Earth 1963 (February) Pyramid NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Brunner, John The Squares of the City 1965 Ballantine NY. First edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Brunner, John Quicksand 1967 Doubleday NY. First edition dust jacket on most likely a later editoon book. Fine in DW.

Brunner, John Stand On Zanzibar 1968 (September 27) Doubleday NY. First edition. Review slip tipped in before ffep. The SFWA's copy, with their neat stamp on both fron and back pastedowns on feps. Winner of the 1969 Hugo award for best novel. 1968 Nebula nominee. Winner of the 1970 British Science Fiction Association Award for best novel and the French Prix Apollo. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-175. Survey of Science Fiction Literature V, pp. 2140-45. Fine in near fine DW with two small closed tears and some minor associated crinkling.

Brunner, John A Plague on Both Your Causes 1969 Hodder and Stoughton UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Brunner, John The Sheep Look Up 1972 Harper & Row NY. First edition. 1972 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-173. Jones and Newman (eds), Horror: 100 Best Books 69. Survey of Science Fiction Literature IV, pp. 1913-16. Fine in DW.

Brunner, John The Sheep Look Up 1972 Harper & Row NY. First edition. 1972 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-173. Jones and Newman (eds), Horror: 100 Best Books 69. Survey of Science Fiction Literature IV, pp. 1913-16. Near-fine in DW with front flap creases..

Brunner, John The Shockwave Rider 1975 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Brunner, John Foreign Constellations 1980 Everest NY. First edition. Collects eight stories. Fine in DW.

Brunner, John The Compleat Traveller in Black 1986 Bluejay NY. First edition thus. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Brunner, John A Maze of Stars 1991 Easton Press CT. First edition. Signed by the author. Bound in full leather. Fine sans DW as issued.

Brust, Steven To Reign In Hell 1984 Steeldragon Press MI. First edition. Number 133 of 1000 copies. Signed by the author, artist Kathy Marschall and ? on the limitation page. Holographic letter signed by the author and publisher Will Shetterley to Roger Zelazny laid in. From Zelazny's estate. Near fine in DW.

Brust, Steven To Reign In Hell 1984 Steeldragon Press MN. First edition. #413 of 1000 copies, signed by the author and artist Kathy Marschall. Fine in DW.

Brust, Steven The Phoenix Guards 1991 TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Brust, Steven and Megan Lindholm The Gypsy 1992 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Bryant, Edward Neon Twilight 1990 (April) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 7. Number 22 of 50 copies bound in grey leather and signed by the author on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Buchwald, Art The Brave Coward 1957 Harper and Brothers NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW. Slight discoloration on ffep from included Buchwald newspaper column from 1960.

Buchwald, Art A Gift From the Boys 1958 Harper and Brothers NY. First edition. Author's third book. Fine in price-clipped DW.

Buchwald, Art How Much Is That In Dollars? 1961 World Publishing NY. First edition. Fine with slight dampstaining to upper-left corner, in very good DW with small chips missing.

Burgess, Anthony The Kingdom of the Wicked 1985 Arbor House NY. First trade edition. Fine in DW, price sticker on front.

Burke, Thomas (Edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson) The Golden Gong and Other Night-Pieces 2001 Ash-Tree Press British Columbia. First edition. Collects twenty tales by Burke, including "The Bloomsbury Wonder," his most famous and best story, from Night Pieces and other collections, with a long, interesting introduction by Salmonson, and a profile by his publisher "Grant Richards on Thomas Burke." Reproduces (in black and white) the vivid dust jackets of many of his, now scarce, first editions. Fine in DW.

Butler, Octavia Wild Seed 1980 Doubleday NY. First edition. Bookplate on front pastedown, slight foxing on foredge, else near fine in very good DW.

Butler, Octavia Dawn 1987 (May) Warner NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Butler, Octavia Dawn 1987 (May) Warner NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Butler, Octavia Imago 1989 (May) Warner NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Butts, Mrs M F The Princess, the Pig, and Etcettery 1888 Moulton Wenbourne NY. First edition. Children's book with line drawings. Near fine.

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Cabell, James Branch (Illustrated by Howard Pyle) The Line of Love 1905 (September) Harper & Brothers NY. First Edition, in the rare flexible red cloth binding, 291pp, 10 full page color plates. This variant edition is among the rarest of Cabell's works. Copies rarely appear on the market and are very highly desired by collectors of both Cabell and Howard Pyle. From the collection of Dr. Thomas Head. Good condition, spine slightly faded, some light wear to edges, light soiling to cloth, diagonal crease on rear cover and crack on rear pastedown, separation between frontispiece and title page.

Cabell, James Branch (Illustrated by Howard Pyle) Chivalry 1909 (October) Harper & Brothers NY. First Edition, in the rare flexible red cloth binding, 224pp, 12 full page color plates. This variant edition is among the rarest of Cabell's works. Copies rarely appear on the market and are very highly desired by collectors of both Cabell and Howard Pyle. From the collection of Dr. Thomas Head. Very good condition, spine slightly faded, some light wear to edges of covers, Rubbing on bottom of page block, diagonal crease at lower corner of front cover.

Cabell, James Branch The Cream of the Jest 1917 McBride NY. First edition. Inscribed by Cabell on the front free endpaper: "For Vincent Starrett with more confidence in his literary taste than in his approbation. James Branch Cabell 9 November 1917.". Very good in DW. Spine faded and lightly worn at ends, minor wear to the board edges, corners lightly bumped. Dust jacket lightly chipped at edges and with several short tears at the folds, "Starrett" in pencil across the front panel of jacket.

Cabell, James Branch Figures of Earth 1921 McBride NY. First edition. One of an edition of only 25 copies signed by Cabell and with the pages untrimmed. Slightly larger than the more common trade edition. Octavo, original brown cloth, title in gilt on spine, "Kalki" device in gilt on front cover, 356pp. Variant jacket, with Carl Van Doren blurb on front panel, price ("$2.50 net") and mailing list order form on the front flap, more blurbs on the rear panel, and "The Books of James Branch Cabell" on the rear flap. Very good in DW. Minor wear to book, a few pages with short tears at fore-edge, jacket chipped at edges (heaviest along top edge of front panel), some light soiling to jacket.

Cabell, James Branch Figures of Earth 1921 McBride NY. First edition. One of an edition of only 25 copies signed by Cabell and with the pages untrimmed. Slightly larger than the more common trade edition. Octavo, original brown cloth, title in gilt on spine, "Kalki" device in gilt on front cover, 356pp. Variant jacket, with "first book ... since Jurgen" paragraph on front panel, no order form on the front flap, "The Books of James Branch Cabell" on the rear panel, and blank rear flap. Home-made paper-covered cardboard slipcase. Very good in good DW. Minor wear to book, jacket heavily chipped at edges and folds, price-clipped, old tape repair to rear of jacket.

Cabell, James Branch The High Place 1923 McBride NY. One of an edition of 2000 copies. This copy is out of series and numbered '0' in red ink on the limitation page. Large octavo, decorated black cloth, illustrated. A presentation copy from Cabell. Inscribed on the half-title page surrounding the printed title with the following: "For the Warrens - The High Place, as written at Sunset Cottage, Mountain Lake, Virginia. James Branch Cabell.". Very good condition in a poor but complete (and scarce) DW. Jacket chipped at edges, browned on spine and with the front joint entirely split (jacket in 2 pieces), horizontal split on spine.

Cabell, James Branch (engravings by Leon Underwood) The Music From Behind the Moon 1926 John Day NY. First edition. One of 20 or fewer copies in a variant binding with the spine and title label being narrower than the more common binding (see James N. Hall 1974.) The first book printed by this publisher. Quarto, black paper-covered boards, 54pp. Publisher's slip announcing availability of 25 signed and numbered sets of prints laid in. Near fine condition, spine label slightly darkened. Slipcase in good condition with loss of black covering on corenrs and edges.

Cabell, James Branch (engravings by Leon Underwood) The Music From Behind the Moon 1926 John Day NY. First edition. One of an edition of 3000 copies. The first book printed by this publisher. Quarto, black paper-covered boards, 54pp. Publisher's slip announcing availability of 25 signed and numbered sets of prints laid in. Inscribed by Cabell on the front free endpaper: "Inscribed for Felix Hargrett with the best wishes of James Branch Cabell 13 September 1926." One of the few Cabell titles not issued in a signed edition. Very good condition, very minor wear, spine label darkened. Slipcase present but in poor condition and lacking rear panel.

Cabell, James Branch The Silver Stallion 1926 McBride NY. First edition. Front free endpaper inscribed: "Inscribed for Madeleine E. Newton with the best wishes of James Branch Cabell. 7 May 1926". Near fine in very good DW. Jacket is lightly chipped at the edges, and has evidence of a wrap-around label removed from the bottom of spine and both covers, and a 1.5-inch closed tear on front flap.

Cabell, James Branch The Silver Stallion 1926 McBride NY. First edition. Fine in vg dw and vg slipcase.

Cabell, James Branch Ballades From the Hidden Way 1928 Crosby Gaige NY. One of an edition of only eight copies printed on gray paper. Limitation page leaves off the "No.", and is not numbered. Signed by Cabell at end of dedication poem (as issued). Thin octavo, black cloth backstrip, gilt decorated blue paper-covered boards. One of the rarest Cabell titles. Near fine condition, minor shelf wear, lacks original glassine and slipcase.

Cabell, James Branch Ballades From the Hidden Way 1928 Crosby Gaige NY. One of an edition of 831 copies, this being out of series and not numbered. Signed by Cabell at end of preface as issued. This copy from the library of the publisher, Crosby Gaige, with his bookplate on front pastedown endpaper. Thin octavo, black cloth backstrip, gilt decorated blue-paper covered boards, custom multicolored slipcase. Near fine condition, minor shelf wear, slipcase is very good, with top and bottom panels starting to separate.

Cabell, James Branch Ballades From the Hidden Way 1928 Crosby Gaige NY. Copy #591 of an edition of 831 copies. Signed by Cabell at end of preface as issued. Thin octavo, black cloth backstrip, gilt decorated blue-paper covered boards. Near fine condition, with the rare original glassine DW in good condition, with a few chips and tears.

Calvert, George Chambers A Defense of The Dilettante 1919 Grabhorn IN. First edition. Number 12 of an edition limited to 200. 12x9 inches, cloth-backed & cornered boards. Printed by Robert & Edwin Grabhorn at the Studio Press in Indianapolis. The first initial was specially designed by Frederick Goudy. This was the last book printed in Indiana, before the Press moved to San Francisco, an early Grabhorn work. Rare. Neat ink inscription on ffep, very slight wear to base of spine, else near fine in paper covered boards with cloth spine.

Cannon, Peter (ill by Jason Eckhardt) Scream for Jeeves: A Parody 1994 Wodecraft Press NY. First edition. One of 200 hardbound copies. Signed by the author on the title page. Lovecraftian horror and the English humor of PG Wodehouse in "Cats, Rats & Bertie Wooster" (The Rats in the Walls), "Something Foetid" (Cool Air) & "The Rummy Affair of Young Charlie" (Charles Dexter Ward). Includes an essay on H.P. Lovecraft, P.G. Wodehouse & Arthur Conan Doyle. Fine in DW.

Card, Orson Scott Seventh Son 1987 (July) TOR NY. First edition. First book of the 'Tales of Alvin Maker'. 1988 Hugo nominee. 1988 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Fine in DW.

Carey, Jacqueline Kushiel's Dart 2001 (June 4) TOR NY. First edition. Publisher's materials laid in. Near fine in DW.

Carr, Terry An Exaltation of Stars 1973 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Includes three original novellas: The Feast of St. Dionysus by Robert Silverberg, Kjwalll'kje'k'koothailll'kje'k by Roger Zelazny, and My Brother Leopold by Edgar Pangborn. Fine except for unobtrusive remainder mark on bottom of pages near spine, in DW with small chip missing along spine and front cover border.

Carr, Terry An Exaltation of Stars 1973 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Includes three original novellas: The Feast of St. Dionysus by Robert Silverberg, Kjwalll'kje'k'koothailll'kje'k by Roger Zelazny, and My Brother Leopold by Edgar Pangborn. Fine except for unobtrusive remainder mark on bottom of pages near spine, in DW with small chip missing along spine and front cover border.

Carr, Terry ed. Universe 4 1974 Random House NY. First edition. Original stories, including Jack Vance's "Assault on a City". Fine in DW.

Carr, Terry ed. Universe 4 1974 Random House NY. First edition. Original stories, including Jack Vance's "Assault on a City". Very good in near fine DW.

Carr, Terry ed. Universe 4 1974 Random House NY. First edition. Original stories, including Jack Vance's "Assault on a City". Very good in fine DW.

Carr, Terry ed. The Year's Finest Fantasy Volume 2 1979 Berkley Putnam NY. First edition. First book appearance of Stephen King's 'The Gunslinger'. Includes stories by Ray Bradbury, Stephen R. Donaldson, Michael Bishop, Harlan Ellison, R. A. Lafferty and others. Fine in DW.

Carr, Terry & Bob Shaw Between Two Worlds / Messages Found in an Oxygen Bottle 1986 NESFA MA. First edition. A double book, signed by both authors on the respective title pages. Number 117 of 225 signed copies. Slight scrunching at bottom of spine panel, else fine in DW and slipcase as issued.

Carroll, Jonathan The Land of Laughs 1980 Viking NY. First edition of the author's first book. Fine in DW with price sticker on front cover.

Carroll, Jonathan Bones of the Moon 1987 Century UK. First edition. 1500 copies printed. Fine in DW.

Carroll, Lewis Phantasmagoria 1869 Macmillan and Company London. First edition, first issue (sans "Author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" on the title page.) Only 600 copies of both issues were printed. 8vo., 177 x 117 mm., pps. (viii) + 202. Original blue cloth ruled and pictorially stamped in gilt, lettered in gilt on spine, all edges gilt. Almost fair, with substantial water damage to the boards, and slight water damage to the pages. Scuffed edges and spine panel. Several neat handwritten inscriptions on back of half-title page, and one on the title page dated 1870.

Carroll, Lewis Sylvie and Bruno 1889 Macmillan and Company UK. First edition. With 46 illustrations by Harry Furniss, and advertisements at the end. Very good; pages are unfoxed, aeg, cover boards are bumped at the corners, the spine panel is bumped and rubbed, and starting to separate from the back cover to a length of three inches.

Carroll, Lewis Sylvie and Bruno Concluded 1893 Macmillan and Company UK. First edition, first issue, with errors in the listing of chapters VII and VIII. The sequel to Sylvie and Bruno. Forty-six drawings by Harry Furniss. Decorated cloth gilt. All edges gilt. Carroll's last book published before his death. Fine.

Carroll, Lewis Useful and Instructive Poetry 1954 Geoffrey Bles UK. First edition. Composed in 1845 when Carroll was thirteen for his younger brother and sister. Includes a few facsimile pages of text and reproductions of seven of the original illustrations. Corner bumps, bookplate on front pastedown, else fine and tight in the rare original acetate dustwrapper with printed paper front flap; two large pieces missing from the bottom, and two small chips from the top, the paper flap is complete.

Carroll, Lewis The Pig-Tale 1975 Little, Brown and Company NY. First separate edition. Illustrated by Leonard B Lubin. The tragic tale of the fall of an emorously fat pig, a nonsense poem taken from "Sylvie and Bruno". This was Lubin's first illustrated book and has incredibly detailed brown-ink drawings, after 19th century artwork, throughout. The book is fine, the DW has has one chip and some red discolorations to both front and back covers.

Carter, Raphael The Fortunate Fall 1996 (July) TOR NY. First edition. Author's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Carter, Raphael The Fortunate Fall 1996 (July) TOR NY. First edition. Author's first book. Inscribed to "Mike Barro" on the title page. Fine in DW.

Catto, Max (cover ill. By CW Bacon) Gold in the Sky 1956 Heinemann UK. First edition. Catto has had several books made into feature films. Original dust jacket oil painting included. Very scarce in DW. Near fine in very good DW.

Chalker, Jack L. Midnight at the Well of Souls 1977 (July) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. First book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Chalker, Jack L. Midnight at the Well of Souls 1977 (July) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. First book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Very good in pictorial wrappers with short tears and chips.

Chalker, Jack L. Exiles at the Well of Souls 1978 (September) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Second book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Fine in pictorial wrappers with spine crease.

Chalker, Jack L. Quest for the Well of Souls 1978 (November) Del Rey NY. First edition. Third book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Chalker, Jack L. Quest for the Well of Souls 1978 (November) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Third book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Very good in pictorial wrappers with a corner drease in the lower-right front cover and slight rubbing along spine.

Chalker, Jack L. The Return of Natham Brazil 1980 (January) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Fourth book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Chalker, Jack L. The Return of Natham Brazil 1980 (January) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fourth book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Chalker, Jack L. The Return of Natham Brazil 1980 (January) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Fourth book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Very good in pictorial wrappers with spine crease and slight water damage.

Chalker, Jack L. The Twilight of the Well of Souls 1980 (January) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Fifth book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Chalker, Jack L. The Twilight of the Well of Souls 1980 (January) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Fifth book in the 'Well of Souls' series. Near fine in pictorial wrappers with slight crease along fold between front cover and spine.

Chalker, Jack L. The Messiah Choice 1985 Bluejay NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Chalker, Jack L. The Demons at Rainbow Bridge 1989 Ace NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Chalker, Jack L. and Alec Effinger and Mike Resnick The Red Tape War 1991 (April) TOR NY. First edition. Signed by Effinger and Resnick on the title page. Fine in DW.

Chambers, Robert W. The King In Yellow 1895 F. Tennyson Neely NY. First edition, second or third issue (butterfly on rear cover.) Top edge gilt, other two edges untrimmed, Rare. Front hinge starting, corners bumped, bottom edges bent over, covers somewhat soiled, else very good. A decent copy.

Chandler, Charlotte Hello, I Must Be Going 1978 Doubleday NY. First edition. Biography of Groucho Marx. Fine in DW.

Chant, Joy Red Moon and Black Mountain 1970 George Allen and Unwin UK. First edition of the author's first book. Fine in near-fine DW.

Chant, Joy The Grey Mane of Morning 1977 Allen & Unwin UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Chayefsky, Paddy Altered States 1978 Harper & Row NY. First edition. This book was made into the 1980 film starring William Hurt and Blair Brown and directed by Ken Russell. Fine in DW.

Cherryh, C. J. Rusalka 1989 Easton Press CT. First edition. Signed by the author. Bound in full leather. Fine sans DW as issued.

Cherryh, C. J. Hellburner 1992 (September) Warner NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Chesney, General Sir George (anonymous) The Fall of England: The Battle of Dorking 1871 Putnam NY. First published in Blackwood's magazine (UK), May 1871, this is the first edition in book form and the only hardcover edition published (the second edition the same year being printed in wraps). 66 pages + ads. Classic futuristic novel of the invasion of England by the German army. A landmark book, which spawned numerous responses. Of this work the London "Spectator" wrote, May 13, 1871: "...so powerful is the narrative, so intensely real the impression it produces, that the coolest disbeliever in panics cannot read it without a flush of annoyance, or close it without the thought that after all, as the world now stands, some such humiliation for England is at least possible..." And of the author: "He should rival Defoe..." Worldcat (the academic catalog of over 30 million books in over 12,000 institutions) does not show any univesities or institutions holding copies of this book, but does show many universities holding this edition on microfilm. Bleiler, Checklist, p. 64; Anatomy of Wonder 1-21. Original green cloth with gilt cover lettering; fraying to spine ends, some rubbing and staining to covers, clean interior but for 2 inscriptions on ffep. Overall, an about very good solid copy.

Chivas-Baron, Cl. Stories and Legends of Annam 1920 Andrew Melrose Ltd. UK. First edition. Translated from the French Contes et le´gendes de l'Annam, by E.M. Smith-Dampier. Near fine in very good DW.

Cholfin, Bryan Monochrome: The Readercon Anthology 1990 Broken Mirrors Press Boston. First trade edition. Includes introduction by Samuel R. Delany, stories by Thomas Disch, Esther Friesner, Gene Wolfe and others. Signed by Esther Friesner. Fine in printed wrappers.

Christian, Deborah Mainline 1996 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Author's first book. Inscribed and dated "8/12/96" by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Christian, Deborah Mainline 1996 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Author's first book. Signed and dated "8/12/96" by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Christian, Deborah Mainline 1996 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Author's first book. Signed and dated "8/12/96" by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Christian, Deborah Kar Kalim 1996 (August) TOR NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Christian, Deborah Kar Kalim 1996 (August) TOR NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Christian, Deborah Kar Kalim 1996 (August) TOR NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Clarke, Arthur C. The Promise of Space 1968 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Fine in near-fine price-clipped DW with a vertical crease to the front flap, and slight crinkling and tiny closed tears to the top edge of the jacket. A nice bright copy.

Clarke, Arthur C. 2010: Odyssey Two 1982 Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Clarke, Arthur C. 2010: Odyssey Two 1982 Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Clarke, Arthur C. 2010: Odyssey Two 1982 Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW.

Clarke, Arthur C. 1984: Spring 1984 Granada UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Clarke, Arthur C. The Songs of Distant Earth 1986 (May 26) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Clarke, Arthur C. The Songs of Distant Earth 1986 (May 26) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Clarke, Arthur C. and Gentry Lee Cradle 1988 Warner NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Clarke, Arthur C. and Gentry Lee Rama II 1989 (December) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Clegg, Douglas Mischief 2000 Cemetery Dance Baltimore, MD. First edition. Letter "X" of 26 deluxe copies bound in leather, with additional full-color artwork with satin ribbon page marker and black traycase. Signed by the authot on the limitation page. Fine in DW and felt-lined traycase.

Clement, Hal Cycle of Fire 1957 Ballantine Books New York. First edition. Withdrawn from Pasadena library. Good, usual library defacements, DW good.

Clifton, Mark and Frank Riley They'd Rather Be Right 1957 Gnome Press NY. First edition. Winner of the 1955 Hugo Award for best novel. Text browned, else fine in DW with some browning, very slight chipping at head of spine, and light asphalt staining at the bottom from DW protector.

Codrescu, Andrei A Serious Morning 1973 Capra Press Santa Barbara. First edition. Number nine in the "Yes! Capra Chapbooks Series." Signed by the author on the limiatation page, number 57 of 100 copies bound in cloth. Fine in yellow pictorial boards.

Cody, Liza and Michael Z. Lewin Second Culprit 1993 Chatto & Windus UK. First edition. Collects original stories by Eric Ambler, Antonia Fraser, Jonathan Gash, Sue Grafton, Tony Hillerman, HRF Keating, Peter Lovesey, Ellis Peters and many others. Fine in pictorial wrappers and DW.

Coles, Everett (Pseudo of Jack Everett and David Coles) Merlin's Kin 2005 Archimedes Press UK. First edition hardcover, also published as a Eureka paperback. Signed by both authors and dated "Nov 2004" on the title page. Also laid in are the proof of the back cover of the paperback, Everett Coles' business card, a computer printout of the proposed front cover with a hand written note from Jack's wife, and a hand written with compliments note "Dear Mike, We can't thank you enough. Wendy.". Fine in black leather (?) boards sans DW as issued.

Colfer, Eoin Artemis Fowl 2001 Viking UK. First edition. "Crack the Code" promotional pamphlet laid in. Fine in DW.

Colfer, Eoin Artemis Fowl 2001 Viking UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Comber, Leon (translator) The Strange Cases of Magistrate Pao 1964 Tuttle VT. First edition. Six tales translated from the Chinese and retold by Comber. Magistrate Pao was a real eleventh century Chinese "detective, prosecuting attorney, judge and jury all in one". Fine in DW.

Coney, Michael Greatrex The Ultimate Jungle 1979 Millington UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Coney, Michael Greatrex Gods of the Greataway 1984 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition. Volume 2 of the Songs of Earth. Fine in very good DW.

Constantine, Storm The Enchantments of Flesh and Spirit 1987 Macdonald UK. First edition. Signed and dated '31/8/87' on the title page. First book of Wraeththu. Fine in DW.

Constantine, Storm Sign for the Sacred 1993 Headline UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Cook, Robin Godplayer 1983 Putnam NY. First edition. Near fine in DW.

Crichton, Michael (writing as John Lange) Easy Go 1968 (February) Signet NY. First edition. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Crichton, Michael (as John Lange) Zero Cool 1969 (January) Signet NY. First edition. Slight spine creases, else near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Crichton, Michael Five Patients 1970 Knopf NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in very good DW with a 1 one-inch closed tear from the bottom between the spine and front cover.

Crichton, Michael The Terminal Man 1972 Knopf NY. First edition. Author's third book. Made into a movie starring George Segal. Fine in DW.

Crichton, Michael Westworld 1974 (March) Bantam NY. First edition. Author's fourth book. Includes 32 pages of photos from the film. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Crichton, Michael The Great Train Robbery 1975 Knopf NY. First edition. Slightly sunned covers, else fine in in near fine price-clipped DW.

Crichton, Michael Eaters of the Dead 1976 Knopf NY. First edition. "The Manuscript of Ibn Fadlan, relating his experiences with the Northmen in AD 922". Fine in DW.

Crichton, Michael Eaters of the Dead 1976 Knopf NY. First edition. "The Manuscript of Ibn Fadlan, relating his experiences with the Northmen in AD 922". Fine in DW.

Crichton, Michael Sphere 1987 Knopf NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Crispin, Edmund Best SF Three 1958 Faber and Faber UK. First edition. Collects stroies by Jack Vance, Michael Shaara, Murray leinster, Zenna Henderson, H. Beam Piper, Tom Godwin, Damon Knight, Cordwainer Smith, Fredric Brown, and others. Rare in dust jacket. Spine lean, else near fine in near fine DW with slightly soiled rear panel.

Crowley, John Beasts 1976 Doubleday NY. First edition. Author's second book. Near fine, with slight edge damage to DW.

Crowley, John Little, Big 1981 Bantam NY. First edition, trade paperback. Winner of the 1982 World Fantasy Award for best novel. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-79. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 76. Fine, minor groove on front cover.

Crowley, John Little, Big 1981 Bantam NY. First edition, trade paperback. Winner of the 1982 World Fantasy Award for best novel. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-79. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 76. Fine in pictorial wrappers, slight edge bumps and minor creasing on front cover.

Crowley, John Aegypt 1987 (April) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine, slight edge damage to DW.

Crowley, John Aegypt 1987 (April) Bantam NY. First edition. Remainder mark, else fine, slight edge damage to near-fine DW.

Crowley, John Aegypt 1987 (April) Bantam NY. First edition. Book is near fine, with some soiling to the top of the page block. Dust jacket has white (price sticker?) residue on the front cover about 1-inch square, and a smaller patch on the rear cover, else near fine.

Crowley, John Novelty 1989 (May) Foundation NY. First edition. Four new stories. Fine in DW.

Crowther, Peter (ed.) Taps and Sighs 2000 (July) Subterranean Press MI. First edition. #456 of 500 numbered copies, signed by all contributors, including Ian MacDonald, Ramsay Campbell, Graham Joyce, Michael Marshall Smith, Poppy Z. Brite, Charles de Lint, Richard Christian Matheson, Ray Garton, Ed Gorman, Gene Wolfe and others. Fine in DW.

Crowther, Peter (ed) Futures 2001 Gollancz UK. First edition. Collects four novels: Reality Dust by Stephen Baxter, Watching Tress Grow by Peter F. Hamilton, Making History by Paul J. Mcauley, and Tendeleo's Story by Ian McDonald. Signed on the contents page by Paul J. McAuley and Ian McDonald. Fine in DW.

Crowther, Peter (Ed.) Postscripts 5 2005 PS Publishing UK. First edition, softcover issue. Includes stories by Lawrence Person, Joe Hill and Stephen Baxter, and an interview with China Mieville. Fine in pictorial wrapper. Note signed by the editor laid in.

Crowther, Peter (Ed.) Postscripts 6 2006 PS Publishing UK. First edition, hardcover issue. Number 121 of 150 copies signed by all contributors, including Matthew Hughes, Elizabeth Hand, Stephen Baxter, and others. Fine in pictorial boards.

Crowther, Peter and Nick Gevers Edison's Frankenstein 2009 PS Publishing UK. This rare First Edition is the 'Postscripts Anthology #20/21' and is #113 of only 200 limited numbered signed hardcover copies. This wonderful volume has been hand-signed by all 27 of the contributors on six special bound pages. Includes stories by Matthew Hughes, Kit Reed, Paul Park, Lavie Tidhar, Lisa Tuttle, Stephen Baxter, and others. Fine in DW and clamshell case.

Cruso, Solomon The Last of the Japs and the Jews 1933 Herman W. Lefkowitz NY. First edition. "Dedicated to the Rulers, Statesmen, Diplomates and Militarists, of the Caucasian Race, the white Aryans, who fell on the battlefields of Europe, Asia, Africa, America, and Australia, in the period 1980-1985, A.D." A future war novel that describes the destruction of America by the armies of China, India and Turkey; Blacks and Native Americans spared, latter regain the American wilderness; South America surrenders; fleeing American Jews and the Japanese are annihilated by an earthquake during which the Japanese islands sink beneath the Pacific Ocean. "A cheap and nasty production with a literary style to match." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 62. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 223. Bleiler (1978), p. 54. Reginald 03677. Front cover has detached from the book, but not the spine. Should be easy to repair. Otherwise very good in green cloth boards.

Cunningham, A. E. Jack Vance: Critical Appreciations and a Bibliography 2000 British Library UK. First edition. Number 148 of 250 copies signed by Jack Vance on the limitation page. Includes contributions by Harlan Ellison, Terry Dowling, Paul Rhoads, Jack Vance, Tom Shippey, Gene Wolfe, David Langford, Dan Simmons, David Matthew, A. E. Cunningham and Charles F. Miller. Fine in DW.

Cunningham, A. E. Jack Vance: Critical Appreciations and a Bibliography 2000 British Library UK. First edition. Number 14 of 250 copies signed by Jack Vance on the limitation page. Includes contributions by Harlan Ellison, Terry Dowling, Paul Rhoads, Jack Vance, Tom Shippey, Gene Wolfe, David Langford, Dan Simmons, David Matthew, A. E. Cunningham and Charles F. Miller. Fine in DW.

Cunningham, A. E. Jack Vance: Critical Appreciations and a Bibliography 2000 British Library UK. First edition. Number 210 of 250 copies signed by Jack Vance on the limitation page. Includes contributions by Harlan Ellison, Terry Dowling, Paul Rhoads, Jack Vance, Tom Shippey, Gene Wolfe, David Langford, Dan Simmons, David Matthew, A. E. Cunningham and Charles F. Miller. Fine in DW.

Cunningham, A. E. Jack Vance: Critical Appreciations and a Bibliography 2000 British Library UK. First edition. Trade edition. Includes contributions by Harlan Ellison, Terry Dowling, Paul Rhoads, Jack Vance, Tom Shippey, Gene Wolfe, David Langford, Dan Simmons, David Matthew, A. E. Cunningham and Charles F. Miller. Fine in DW.

Curtis, Richard Fool For An Agent 1992 Pulphouse OR. First hardcover edition. One of 300 copies (this copy unnumbered; probably a PC.). Fine in DW.

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Dahlquist, Gordon The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters 2006 (September) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Daley, Robert Prince of the City 1978 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition. Basis for the film directed by Sidney Lumet. Fine in DW.

Daniel, F. E. The Strange Case of Dr. Bruno 1906 Von Boeckmann-Jones TX. First edition. The invention of a synthetic drug to induce prolonged suspended animation. Bleiler (1978), p. 56. Reginald 03780. Smith, American Fiction, 1901-1925 D-50. Spine cocked, some pages coming loose, else very good in blue cloth-covered boards.

Daniel, Hawthorne The Seal of the White Buddha 1928 Coward-McCann NY. First edition. "Being the Tale of a New England Girl in the Year 1847 Sailing Aboard Her Uncle's Clipper Ship to Distant China and of the Mystery Adventure and Great Good Fortune Which Befell Her". Color frontispiece. Rare in dust jacket. Very good in unclipped DW.

Danielewski, Mark Z. House of Leaves 2000 Pantheon NY. First edition, although states second printing. Signed "Z" on the first blank sheet, and inscribed on the "This is not for you" page "August 4, 2003 / For Mike Berro, / Guardian of Site, / This one's for you. / Fondest regards, / Z" along with a geometric drawing in red and blue ink. Mike Berro obtained the web domain name for the author. A horror story about a house whose interior is larger than its exterior. Fine in DW.

Danielewski, Mark Z. House of Leaves 2000 Pantheon NY. First edition, although stated second edition. Only 2000 hardcovers were published. This one signed "Z" and dated 4/4/00 by the author on the "This is not for you" page. A horror story about a house whose interior is larger than its exterior. Laid in is Booksmith Collector's Card #353 about Danielewski, also signed and dated by the author. Fine in DW.

Danielewski, Mark Z. House of Leaves 2000 Pantheon NY. First edition. One of supposedly 500 copies that does not have the signed page bound in, out of a total print run of 2000 copies. A horror story about a house whose interior is larger than its exterior. Fine in DW.

Dann, Jack Wandering Stars 1974 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Anthology of Jewish Fantasy and Science Fiction, with 13 stories, four original, by Isaac Asimov, Robert Silverberg, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Bernard Malamud, Harlan Ellison and others. Foreword by Isaac Asimov. Sunning at the top of book covers, else near fine, in very good price-clipped dust jacket with short tear on the rear cover.

Dann, Jack Wandering Stars 1974 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Anthology of Jewish Fantasy and Science Fiction, with 13 stories, four original, by Isaac Asimov, Robert Silverberg, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Bernard Malamud, Harlan Ellison and others. Foreword by Isaac Asimov. Very good in DW.

Dart-Thornton, Cecilia The Ill-Made Mute 2001 (May 23) Warner Books NY. First edition. Publisher's review materials laid in. Book one of "The Bitterbynde". Fine in DW.

Dart-Thornton, Cecilia The Lady of the Sorrows 2002 TOR Sydney, Australia. First edition. Book two of "The Bitterbynde". Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Datlow, Ellen and Terri Windling Snow White, Blood Red 1993 Morrow NY. First edition. Anthology of original stories based on fairy tales. Signed by editors Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, and by contributors Neil Gaiman, Nancy Kress, Kathe Koja, Jack Dann, Patricia McKillip, and Esther M. Freisner. Fine in DW.

David, Michael Night Hag 1992 University Editions Huntington, WV. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

de Camp, L. Sprague and Fletcher Pratt The Castle of Iron 1950 Gnome Press NY. First edition. Inscribed by de Camp on the title page. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-106. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 491. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 7. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 279. In 333. Near fine in DW that has a heavily sunned spine, else near fine.

de Camp, L. Sprague The Undesired Princess 1951 Fantasy Press NY. First edition, first state (Currey A binding.). Fine in DW.

de Camp, L. Sprague Literary Swordsmen and Sorcerors 1976 Arkham House WI. First edition. Fine in DW.

de Camp, L. Sprague The Purple Pterodactyls 1979 Phantasia Press MI. First edition, signed #137 of 200. Fine in DW and slipcase.

de Camp, L. Sprague and Catherine Crook Footprints On Sand 1981 (June) Advent NY. First edition. Collection of short stories, verse, non-fiction and excerpts. Fine in DW with very slight edge damage on front inside flap.

de Camp, L. Sprague The Unbeheaded King 1983 Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

de Camp, L. Sprague The Honorable Barbarian 1989 (July) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in price-clipped DW.

De Felitta, Frank The Entity 1978 Putnam NY. First edition. Brown water damage to page block, else very good in DW.

De Haven, Tom Freaks' Amour 1979 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's first book, a novel about a race of freaks that result from an explosion in a decaying New Jersey city. Near fine in DW.

De Haven, Tom Joe Gosh 1988 Walker NY. First edition. Author's third book. Fine in DW.

De Haven, Tom Walker of Worlds 1990 (July) Foundation NY. First edition. The first book in the Chronicles of the King's Tramp. Fine in DW.

De Haven, Tom The End-of Everything Man 1991 (July) Foundation NY. First edition. The second book in the Chronicles of the King's Tramp. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles (Joy Chant, Terry Brooks, MZ Bradley and others) Beyond The Fields We Know 1978 (September) Triskell Press Ottawa CA. Stated issue #1 of this "faun-zine." Number 500 of 1000 copies. Published by Charles De Lint, it contains many of his stories pseudonymsly, as well as one under his own name, which apparently has never been reprinted. It is signed by him on the title page of his story. Includes an interview with Terry Brooks, as well as stroies and poems by Darrell Schweitzer (signed at his story), Joy Chant, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Robin Williamson, Thomas Burnett Swann, Diana L. Paxson, Joseph Payne Brennan, Jessica Amanda Salmonson and others. Very good in pictorial wrappers, with a diagonal crease at the top right of each page; worst on the rear cover, improving towards the front, not affecting the first 22 pages.

de Lint, Charles The Riddle of the Wren 1984 (June) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Spine crease, and slight rubbing to front cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

de Lint, Charles and Donna Gordon The Calendar of the Tress 1984 (October) Triskell Press Ottawa. First edition. The seventh chapbook from De Lint's private press. Number 41 of 150 numbered copies (of a total edition of 200 copies) signed by author and illustrator on the limitation page. Dedicated to Robert Graves. Fine in brown printed wrappers.

de Lint, Charles Moonheart 1984 (October) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's second book. Bump at lower right corner of spine, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

de Lint, Charles Ascian in Rose 1986 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition, leather bound, #39 of 50, signed by author and James Blaylock. Fine sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Ascian in Rose 1986 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition, cloth bound, #128 of 300, signed by author and James Blaylock. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles Ascian in Rose 1986 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition, cloth bound, #154 of 300, signed by the author and introducer James Blaylock on the limitation page. Additionally inscribed by Blaylock to "Mike" on the title page. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles Berlin 1989 Fourth Avenue Ottawa. First edition, paper bound, #217 of 300. Private press. Fine in printed wrappers.

de Lint, Charles Westlin Wind 1989 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition, leather bound, signed and limited #65 of 100. Fine, sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Westlin Wind 1989 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition, leather bound, signed and limited #59 of 100. Fine, sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Westlin Wind 1989 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition, cloth, #196 of 300. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles The Dreaming Place 1990 Atheneum New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles Ghostwood 1990 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition. One of 75 leather-bound copies, signed by the author on the title page. Fine, sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Ghostwood 1990 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. Trade edition, one of 525 published. Fine in printed wrappers.

de Lint, Charles (writing as Samuel M. Key) Angel of Darkness 1990 (October) Jove NY. Paperback first edition. Fne in pictorial wrappers.

de Lint, Charles (writing as Samuel M. Key) Angel of Darkness 1990 (October) Jove NY. Paperback first edition. Spine crease, and slight rubbing to front cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

de Lint, Charles Ghosts of Wind and Shadow 1991 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition. Number 53 of 75 leather-bound copies, signed by the author on the title page. Fine, sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Ghosts of Wind and Shadow 1991 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition, paper bound, one of 525. Fine in printed wrappers.

de Lint, Charles Our Lady of the Harbor 1991 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition. Number 28 of 75 leather-bound copies, signed by the author on the title page. Fine, sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Our Lady of the Harbor 1991 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition. Number 69 of 75 leather-bound copies, signed by the author on the title page. Tiny stain on top of page block, else fine, sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Hedgework and Guessery 1991 (July) Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition. Number 29 of 50 leather-bound copies, signed by the author on the title page. Issue #22 of "Author's Choice Monthly". Fine, sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Merlin Dreams in the Mondream Wood 1992 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Short story hardback #32. One of 100 unnumbered copies. Bound in full leather. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

de Lint, Charles Spiritwalk 1992 (May) TOR NY. First edition thus. Collected novellas. Sequel to Moonheart. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles (writing as Samuel M. Key) From A Whisper 1992 (October) Berkley NY. Paperback first edition. 1/4-inch closed tear at bottom of spine and front cover fold, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

de Lint, Charles The Wild Wood 1994 (March) Bantam NY. First edition. First of 'Brian Froud's Faerielands' series. Illustrated. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles Memory & Dream 1994 (October) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles The Ivory And The Horn 1995 (April) TOR NY. First edition. Review sheets laid in. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles Trader 1997 (February) TOR NY. First edition. Review sheet laid in. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles The Buffalo Man 1999 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. One of 52 lettered copies, this is "TT". Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in in maroon cloth boards with illustration pasted to the front cover as issued.

de Lint, Charles The Road to Lisdoonvarna 2001 (May) Subterranean Press MI. First hardcover edition of this mystery novel. Number 1685 of 2000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

de Lint, Charles The Road to Lisdoonvarna 2001 (May) Subterranean Press MI. First hardcover edition of this mystery novel. Number 1258 of 2000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Delany, Samuel Distant Stars 1981 Bantam NY. Collection of stories, each illustrated by a different artist. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Delany, Samuel Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand 1984 (December) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Delany, Samuel Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand 1984 (December) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Delany, Samuel The Bridge Of Lost Desire 1987 Arbor House NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Der Ling, Princess Old Buddha 1928 Dodd, Mead and Company NY. First edition. Recollections of China's Empress Dowager written by her former lady-in-waiting. a Manchu princess. Book has some foxing, else fine in bright orange boards, top edge trimmed and colored orange. The rare DW is well-chipped and torn, with a complete vertical tear at the spine fold repaired on the inside with tape, thus good only.

Derleth, August The Chronicles of Solar Pons 1973 Mycroft & Moran WI. First edition. 4176 copies printed. The seventh and final collection of Solar Pons with 10 new tales. Fine in DW.

Devereaux, Robert (illustrated by Alan Clark) Santa Steps Out 1999 Dark Highways Press NY. First edition. Number 885 of 1000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. An erotic fantasy/horror novel subtitled "A Fairy Tale for Adults". Fine in DW.

Di Filippo, Paul Fuzzy Dice 2003 PS Publishing. First edtion. #7 of 200 slipcased hardcover copies signed by Paul Di Fillippo and introducer Rudy Rucker on the limitation page. Fine in DW and cloth slipcase.

Dick, Philip K. Time Out of Joint 1959 Lippincott NY. First edition Fine- is $200. Good, ex-library, library binding, sans DW.

Dick, Philip K. Ubik 1970 Editions Robert Laffont Paris. First French edition. Trade paper. Fine except for light crease on front cover and spot on first page, in pictorial wrappers.

Dick, Philip K. and Roger Zelazny Deus Irae 1976 Doubleday New York. First edition. Signed by Roger Zelazny on the title page. Fine in DW.

Dick, Philip K. and Roger Zelazny Deus Irae 1976 Doubleday New York. First edition. Signed by Roger Zelazny on the title page. Fine in DW.

Dick, Philip K. and Roger Zelazny Deus Irae 1976 Doubleday New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Dickinson, Peter Heartsease 1986 Delacorte NY. Stated first edition. Fine in DW.

Dickinson, Susan (ed) The Drugged Cornet 1973 Dutton NY. First edition. Includes stories by Ernest Bramah, Arthur Conan Doyle, G. K. Chesterton, Dorothy Sayers, and more. Very good in DW.

Dinesen, Isak Seven Gothic Tales 1934 Harrison Smith and Robert Haas NY. First edition. The deluxe limited edition on special rag-worthy paper in custom slipcase, with color illustrations by Majeska (tissue-guards present.) Number 239 of 999. Book is in fine condition, with top edge black, the slipcase is soiled and worn in places, with a one-inch crack along the top-left edge, else very good.

Doctorow, Cory Walkaway 2017 (April) TOR NY. First edition. Signed by the author on a tipped-in page. Very slight bump to lower edge of spine, else fine in DJ.

Doherty, P. C. Angel of Death 1990 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. A medieval mystery, the third in the Hugh Corbett series. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Illearth War 1977 Del Rey New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Illearth War 1977 Del Rey New York. First edition. Very good with loose spine, in very good dust wrapper with moderate chipping. Neat ink signature and date (1978) on ffep.

Donaldson, Stephen R. Lord Foul's Bane 1977 Doubleday New York. True first edition (book club). Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. Lord Foul's Bane 1977 Doubleday New York. True first edition (book club). Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Power That Preserves 1977 Del Rey New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Power That Preserves 1977 Del Rey New York. First edition Signed and dated 2.2.91 on title page. Very good in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Power That Preserves 1977 Del Rey New York. First edition. Very good with damaged spine, in very good price-clipped dust wrapper.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Wounded Land 1980 (June) Del Rey New York. First edition, signed and dated '7-18-80' on title page. Personally signed. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The One Tree 1982 (April) Del Rey New York. First edition, signed and dated '2.2.91' on title page. Personally signed. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. White Gold Wielder 1983 Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. Daughter of Regals 1984 Grant Rhode Island. First edition, one of 1075 signed copies. Signed and dated 2.2.91 again on title page. Fine, sans DW as issued, with original tissue wrapping.

Donaldson, Stephen R. (writing as Reed Stephens) The Man Who Risked His Partner 1984 (October) Ballantine New York. First edition. Signed and date 2.2.91 on title page. Fine, water damage to bottom of paper edges.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Mirror of Her Dreams 1986 Del Rey New York. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. A Man Rides Through 1987 (November) Del Rey New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Real Story 1990 Collins UK. First British edition. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. Forbidden Knowledge 1991 HarperCollins UK. First British edition. Second book in "The Gap" series. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Real Story 1991 (January 15) Bantam NY. First edition. Dust wrapper marked with $8.00 price. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Real Story 1991 (January 15) Bantam NY. First edition. Dust wrapper marked with $18.95 price. Fine in DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. The Real Story 1991 (January 15) Bantam NY. First edition. Dust wrapper marked with $18.95 price. Very good in very good DW.

Donaldson, Stephen R. A Dark and Hungry God Arises 1992 (October 15) Bantam NY. First edition. Number 90 of 250 copies, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW, tissue DW protector and slipcase. All edges gilt.

Doolittle, Jerome The Bombing Officer 1982 Dutton NY. First edition. Author's first novel, after two non-fiction books. Signed by the author on the title page. Near fine in DW.

Doolittle, Jerome Body Scissors 1990 (November) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Doolittle, Jerome Body Scissors 1990 (November) Pocket Books NY. First edition. First of the increasingly popular "Tom Bethany" series. Fine in DW.

Doolittle, Jerome Body Scissors 1990 (November) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Doolittle, Jerome Body Scissors 1990 (November) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Doolittle, Jerome Strangle Hold 1991 (December) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Doolittle, Jerome Bear Hug 1992 (December) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Review copy, with letter, brochure and bookplate laid in. Fine in DW.

Dorsey, Candas Jane Machine Sex 1988 Tesseract BC. First edition (trade paperback). Inscribed to Roger Zelazny on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Douglas, Carole Nelson Six of Swords 1982 (July) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's third book and first fantasy. Fne in pictorial wrappers.

Douglas, Carole Nelson Heir of Rengarth 1988 (May) TOR NY. First edition. 'Sword & Circlet #2'. Near fine in DW.

Douglas, L. Warren The Sacred Pool 2001 (January) Baen NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Dowling, Terry (intro by Harlan Ellison) Wormwood 1991 Aphelion Australia. First edition. Number 66 of 300 copies hand numbered on the title page and signed on the front free endpaper. ALS laid in from the publisher to bookseller Von Thiel describing this experimental hardcover edition. Fine in DW.

Dowling, Terry Wormwood 1991 Aphelion Press Australia. First edition. Number 66 of 300 copies signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Laid in is a holographic letter dated 25/6/91 on publisher's letterhead to the bookdealer from whom I purchased this book mentioning that this is the only hardcover book they have issued, as Australia does not have much of a market for collectable books. Also laid in is the publisher's brochure, and the original envelope. Fine in DW.

Dowling, Terry (Introduction by Jack Vance) Blue Tyson 1992 Aphelion Adelaide Australia. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Dowling, Terry The Man Who Lost Red 1994 MirrorDanse Australia. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Two stories; first book publication of the title piece, and first publication anywhere of "Scaring the Train.". Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Dowling, Terry The Man Who Lost Red 1994 MirrorDanse Australia. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Downing, C. Toogood The Stranger in China, or, The Fan-Qui's Visit to The Celestial Empire in 1836-7 1838 Lea & Blanchard Philadelphia. First edition. Volume I of two volumes. Brown textured hardcover with black titling on paper overlay on spine, 4 3/4" x 7 5/8", 248 pages. Book is in good condition showing wear to cover, corners, edges, top & bottom of spine, some repair to spine cover, title overlay is partially deteriorated, discoloration of cover, aged pages, foxing & spotting, bound well, all pages intact.

Doyle, A. Conan The Return of Sherlock Holmes 1905 McClure, Phillips & Co. NY. First edition (preceded British edition by a few months.). Contents page neatly torn and nearly detached, boards very loose, tissue between frontispiece and title page present and in fine condition, no discernable foxing, cloth covers slightly bumped and rubbed, spine very rubbed, overall fragile but still attractive.

Dozois, Gardner Modern Classic Short Novels of Science Fiction 1994 (February) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Includes novels by Jack Vance ("The Miracle Workers"), Gene Wolfe and others. Fine in DW.

Dozois, Gardner The Furthest Horizon 2000 (May) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Publisher's materials laid in. Contains "Guyal of Sfere" by Jack Vance. Substantial spine roll, else near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Drake, David Lord of the Isles 1997 (August) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Dunning, John The Bookman's Wake 1995 Scribners NY. First edition. Inscribed and dated Apr 8 1995 by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

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Eddings, David Pawn of Prophecy 1982 (April) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's second book. Book one of the Belgariad quintology. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Pawn of Prophecy 1982 (April) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's second book. Book one of the Belgariad quintology. Price sticker residue on front cover, ink signature on first page, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Pawn of Prophecy 1982 (April) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's second book. Book one of the Belgariad quintology. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Magician's Gambit 1983 (June) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Book three of the Belgariad quintology. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Magician's Gambit 1983 (June) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Book three of the Belgariad quintology. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Magician's Gambit 1983 (June) Del Rey NY. First Canadian edition, issued the same time as the U.S. Book three of the Belgariad quintology. Stamped "discard" on the top of the page block, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Castle of Wizardry 1984 (May) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Book four of the Belgariad quintology. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Castle of Wizardry 1984 (May) Del Rey NY. First Canadian edition, issued the same time as the U.S. Book four of the Belgariad quintology. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Enchanter's End Game 1984 (December) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Book five of the Belgariad quintology. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Enchanter's End Game 1984 (December) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Book five of the Belgariad quintology. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Eddings, David Guardians of the West 1987 (April) Del Rey NY. First edition. First book of the Mallorean. Fine in DW.

Eddings, David Demon Lord of Karanda 1988 (September) Del Rey NY. First edition. Book three of the Mallorean. Fine in price-clipped DW.

Eddings, David The Losers 1992 (June) Fawcett NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Eddison, E. R. Mistress of Mistresses 1935 Faber and Faber UK. First edition. Top and fore edges trimmed, top edge painted ight red.. Decorations by Keith Henderson. Fine in near fine DW with small chips not affecting lettering or design along the top edge, especially on the spine.

Eddison, E. R. A Fish Dinner in Memison 1941 Dutton NY. First edition (precedes the UK edition.) Number 324 of 998 copies. Fine in very good DW with substantial chips along the top and bottom edges. Not price-clipped.

Effinger, George Alec What Entropy Means To Me 1972 Doubleday NY. First edition. Author's first novel. Remainder speckling on bottom page edges, else near fine in DW that has slight noticeable rubbing.

Effinger, George Alec Relatives 1973 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Author's second book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Effinger, George Alec Felicia 1976 Berkley/Putnam NY. First edition. Near fine in DW.

Effinger, George Alec When Gravity Fails 1987 Arbor House NY. First edition Signed by the author on the title page. Fine, DW price-clipped.

Effinger, George Alec When Gravity Fails 1987 Arbor House NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Effinger, George Alec A Fire in the Sun 1989 (July) Doubleday NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. According to the author, only 1500 copies of this edition were printed. Fine in DW.

Effinger, George Alec The Old Funny Stuff 1989 (October) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 1. Cloth bound, #248 of 300. Signed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Effinger, George Alec Live! From Planet Earth 2005 (May) Goldern Gryphon IL. First edition. Inscribed "To Mike Berro" by three of the introducing authors: Howard Waldrop, Bradley Denton, and Lawrence Person. Fine in DW.

Eggers, Dave (ed.) McSweeney's No. 4 2000 McSweeney's NY. First edition. A collection of fourteen booklets in a printed box. Includes stories by Jonathan Lethem, Paul Collins, Lydia Davis, Sheila Heti, Ben Miller, Denis Johnson, Rock Moody, Haruki Murakami, George Saunders and many more. Fine in box.

Eggers, Dave (ed.) McSweeney's No. 4 2000 McSweeney's NY. First edition. A collection of fourteen booklets in a printed box. Includes stories by Jonathan Lethem, Paul Collins, Lydia Davis, Sheila Heti, Ben Miller, Denis Johnson, Rock Moody, Haruki Murakami, George Saunders and many more. Fine in box.

Eggers, Dave ed. McSweeney's Issue 6 2001 McSweeney's NY. First edition. They Might Be Giants, Philip Glass, Breyten Breytenbach, Lydia Davis, Zadie Smith, Lawrence Weschler, et al. NY: McSweeney, 2001. 206 pages plus a special CD. Still shrinkwrapped, printed contents card present. Fine sans DW as issued.

Eklund, Gordon and Poul Anderson Inheritors of Earth 1974 Chilton PA. First edition. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 359. Fine in near-fine DW.

Ellison, Harlan From the Land of Fear 1967 (December) Belmont NY. First edition. Very good with a slight gouge and crease on the front cover.

Ellison, Harlan Alone Against Tomorrow 1971 Macmillan NY. First edition. Inscribed on the title page. Collects twenty stories, many are among Ellison's best: "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream," "Repent, Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman," "Try a Dull Knife," "O Ye of Little Faith," "Pennies, Off a Dead Man's Eyes," and others. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-373. Fine in DW.

Ellison, Harlan Again, Dangerous Visions 1972 Doubleday NY. First edition, second state. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Ellison, Harlan and Edward Bryant Phoenix Without Ashes 1975 (February) Fawcett NY. First edition. Creases on rear cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Ellison, Harlan Strange Wine 1978 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Inscribed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Ellison, Harlan Strange Wine 1978 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Ellison, Harlan Hitler Peignait Des Roses 1979 Les Humanoïdes Associés France. First French edition, oversize trade paper. Translation of Strange Wine. Fine in wraps.

Ellison, Harlan Paingod and Other Delusions 1983 (December) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Short story collection. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Elwood, Roger and Virgina Kidd Saving Worlds 1973 Doubleday NY. First edition, review copy. Review slip from publisher laid in. Introduction by Frank Herbert, original stories by Terry Carr, George Zebrowski, Tom Disch, Andre Norton, Gene Wolfe, Poul Anderson, A.E. van Vogt, Robert Silverberg and others. Fine in DW.

Elwood, Roger The Far Side of Time 1974 Dodd, Mead and Company NY. First edition. Original stories by Robert Silverberg, Ben Bova, John Brunner, Gene Wolfe, Fritz Leiber, and others. Fine in DW.

Elwood, Roger Dystopian Visions 1975 Prentice Hall NY. First edition. Original stories by Jack Dann, George Zebrowski, Gene Wolfe, Pamela Sargent, R.A. Lafferty and others. Fine in price-clipped DW.

Eshbach, Lloyd Arthur Tyrant of Time 1955 Fantasy Press PA. First edition. Fine in DW.

Etchison, Dennis (ed) The Complete Masters of Darkness 1991 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 325 copies bound in quarter leather with marbled endpapers. Signed on the four limitation pages by all of the authors (except Joseph Payne Brennan), including Jack Vance, Stephen King, Clive Barker, Joyce Carol Oates, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Richard Matheson, Richard Christian Matheson, Damon Knight, Joe Haldeman, Edward Bryant, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Kate Wilhelm, George R. R. Martin, George Alec Effinger, Whitley Strieber, Algis Budrys, L. Sprague De Camp, William F. Nolan, Lisa Tuttle, James Herbert, Bryan Lumley, Ramsey Campbell, and many others. Fine DW and pictorial clamshell box as issued.

Evanovich, Janet One For The Money 1994 Scribners NY. First edition. The first "Stephanie Plum" mystery. Fine in DW.

Everitt, Charles P. The Adventures of a Treasure Hunter 1951 Little, Brown and Company Boston. First edition. "A Rare Bookman in Search of American History.". Near fine, with extensive pencilled annotations on the ffep, in very good DW with chips and creases on corners on spine ends. Not price clipped.

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Farmer, Philip Jose The Green Odyssey 1957 Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first novel. Signed by the author on the title page. Very good with spine damage at top and bottom.

Farmer, Philip Jose The Gates of Creation 1966 Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Very good with spine crease and roll.

Farmer, Philip Jose The Lavalite World 1977 Ace NY. First edition. Inscribed to Roger Zelazny on the dedication page (book is dedicated to Zelazny.). Near fine with some corner bumps in pictorial wrappers.

Farmer, Philip Jose The Classic Philip Jose Farmer 1984 Crown NY. First edition. Fine in price-clipped DW.

Farmer, Philip Jose Dayworld 1985 Putnam NY. First edition. Fine in near-fine DW. Price sticker on rear panel, probably removeable.

Farmer, Philip Jose Red Orc's Rage 1991 (September) TOR NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Farnol, Jeffery The Honourable Mr. Tawnish 1913 Sampson Low UK. First edition. Very good in faded red cloth covers.

Farnol, Jeffery Sir John Dering 1923 Little, Brown and Company NY. First edition. Fine in near-fine unclipped DW.

Farnol, Jeffery Charmian, Lady Vibart 1932 Sampson Low, Marston & Co. London. First edition. Inscribed and signed by the author "To Harry Preston from his truly affectionate friend Jeffery Farnol 1932." Rebound in red half calf with gilt titling and raised ribs. Fine.

Farnol, Jeffery The Crooked Farrow 1938 Doubleday Doran NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW.

Farrell, Kirby Snuff 1991 Walker NY. First edition. The second 'Duncan Ames' book. A Walker mystery. Fine in DW.

Faulkner, T. A. From the Ball-Room to Hell 1894 R. F. Henry Los Angeles. "Facts About Dancing: A Dancing Master's Experience". Diatribe against dancing by the ex-proprietor of the Los Angeles Dancing Academy. Spine chipping, else very good in decorated wrappers.

Feist, Raymond E. Silverthorn 1985 (April) Doubleday New York. First edition. Signed on title page. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. Silverthorn 1985 (April) Doubleday New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. Silverthorn 1985 (April) Doubleday New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. Silverthorn 1985 (April) Doubleday New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. A Darkness At Sethanon 1986 Doubleday New York. First edition. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. and Janny Wurts Daughter of the Empire 1987 Doubleday NY. First edition. Inscription by Feist and Wurts dated 3/19/88 on the title page. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. Faerie Tale 1988 Doubleday New York. First edition. Review copy. Author's first horror novel, typed letters from Doubleday laid in. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. Prince of the Blood 1989 (August) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Signed on title page. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. Prince of the Blood 1989 (August) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. and Janny Wurts Mistress of the Empire 1992 (March) Foundation NY. First edition.Signed by Feist on the half-title page, with a bookplate signed by Wurts and cover artist Don Maitz on the half-title page. Near fine in fine DW.

Feist, Raymond E. Shadow of a Dark Queen 1994 (June) Morrow NY. First edition. Volume I of the 'Serpentwar Saga'. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. and William Forstchen Honoured Enemy 2001 HarperCollins UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Feist, Raymond E. and William Forstchen Honoured Enemy 2001 HarperCollins UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Fforde, Jasper The Eyre Affair 2001 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition. Signed "Jasper" on the title page. Postcard "Thursday with car", one of 500, laid in. Fine in DW.

Fforde, Jasper The Eyre Affair 2001 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition. Signed "Jasper" on the title page. Fine in DW.

Fforde, Jasper The Eyre Affair 2001 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition. Signed "Jasper" on the title page. Fine in DW.

Fforde, Jasper The Eyre Affair 2001 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Fforde, Jasper Lost in a Good Book 2002 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Includes wrap-around band "W Signed by the author." Postcard "Warning Recall Notice Sarcasm Early Warning Devices" number 23 of 500 laid in. Fine in DW.

Fforde, Jasper Lost in a Good Book 2002 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Postcard "Views of Swindon" number 326 of 500 laid in. Photo "Possible Evidence of Entropic Lapse" number 47 of 100 laid in. Fine in DW.

Fforde, Jasper Lost in a Good Book 2002 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition, trade paperback. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Fforde, Jasper Lost in a Good Book 2002 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition, trade paperback. Signed by the author on the title page. Postcard "Poor Spelling" number 18 of 500 laid in. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Fforde, Jasper Lost in a Good Book 2002 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition, fourth printing, trade paperback. Signed by the author on the title page. Postcard "Views of Swindon" number 160 of 500 laid in. This printing has a different cover illustration than the first. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Fiedler, Leslie A. The Messengers Will Come No More 1974 Stein & Day NY. First edition. Science fiction novel set some 500 years into the future. Near fine in DW.

Field, Eugene Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac 1896 Scribners NY. First edition. This edition limited to 150 numbered copies, of which this is number 45. Printed on Holland paper, teg, rough cut, quarter-bound in vellum. Moderate foxing to the front free endpaper, and on the tipped-in poem sheet, else fine. Bookplate on front pastedown.

Field, Eugene The Temptation of Friar Gonsof. A Story of the Devil,Two Saints and a Booke 1900 Woodard & Lothrop Washington DC. First edition thus. Number one of ten copies printed on Japanese vellum, of a total edition of 300. Inscribed on the ffep "John S. Field Dec 6-1900." Laid in is a signed holographic letter from the author regarding shipment of the book in parts, somewhat difficult to decipher. Top edge gilt. Illustrated with portraits, sketches and one large fold-out facsimile. The 26 decorative initials are hand-colored. A very unusual binding; it appears to have the cover title and a sketch on the upper board, but this image has been overlaid with a semi-transparent wrap of vellum-like paper, under which the red ribbon ties were inserted. The images are barely visible under this lamination. A tale about two friars and their pact with the Devil. BAL 5771. Scarce. Near fine sans DW as issued. The envelope containing the fold-out facsimile manuscript is torn on the bottom, and three pages near the front, including the tissue-paper frontispiece protector, have a small dampstain at the top. A similar small dampstain is on the bottom of the rear cover. Overall, in very nice condition.

Fielde, Adele M. Chinese Night's Entertainment 1893 Putnam NY. First edition. These forty tales were selected by the author from many that were narrated (in Swatow vernacular by persons who could not read) to her during her travels through China. 25 illustrations prepared under the direction of the author by native artists in the school of the celebrated painter, Go Leng, at Swatow. Tan hardcover with four-color picture of a dragon on the front board and silver lettering and decoration on spine. Book is in very good condition with slightly soiled cover, no dust jacket and a few little bumps. Gift inscription on front free endpaper, also dated 1893. Book is in nice tight condition.

Finney, Charles G. The Magician Out of Manchuria 1968 Panther UK. First edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Finney, Jack Good Neighbor Sam 1963 Eyre & Spottiswoode UK. First British edition. Fine in very good DJ that has a 3/4-inch closed tear, neatly repaired with tape.

Flint, Kenneth C. Cromm 1990 (March) Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Flynn, John L. Visions in Light and Shadow 2000 Brickhouse Baltimore. First edition. Number 201 of 1000 signed copies. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Ford, John M. The Dragon Waiting 1983 Timescape NY. First edition. World Fantasy Award winner. Signed on the title page. Fine in just about fine DW with one short closed tear.

Ford, John M. The Dragon Waiting 1983 Timescape NY. First edition. World Fantasy Award winner. Remainder mark on bottom of page block, else fine in near fine DW.

Ford, John M. Growing Up Weightless 1993 Easton Press NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in leather-covered boards.

Foster, Alan Dean (writing as George Lucas) Star Wars 1976 (December) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. 'Soon to be a major motion picture'. Cover art by Ralph McQuarrie. Creases on both covers parallel to spine, edge damage to covers, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Fowles, John A Maggot 1985 Cape NY. This is the London Limited Edition, a signed first edition specially bound in quarter cloth with hand-made marbled paper sides and spine lettered in gilt. This is #430 of 500. As new in glassine dust jacket as issued.

Friedman, Kinky Greenwich Killing Time 1986 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Friedman, Kinky A Case Of Lone Star 1987 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Friedman, Kinky When The Cat's Away 1988 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's third book. Fine in DW.

Friedman, Kinky Frequent Flyer 1989 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's fourth book. Fine in DW.

Friedman, Kinky Musical Chairs 1991 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's fifth book. Fine in DW.

Friedman, Kinky Elvis, Jesus & Coca-Cola 1993 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Author's sixth book. Fine in DW.

Friesner, Esther Mustapha and His Wise Dog 1985 (July) Avon NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Friesner, Esther Mustapha and His Wise Dog 1985 (July) Avon NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Friesner, Esther Mustapha and His Wise Dog 1985 (July) Avon NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Friesner, Esther It's Been Fun 1991 (August) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 23. Leather bound, #44 of 50. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Friesner, Esther Harpy High 1991 (October) Ace NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Friesner, Esther (Ill. by Frank Kelley Freas) Wishing Season 1993 Atheneum NY. First edition. Signed by both author and illustrator Frank Kelly Freas on the title page. A delightful fantasy. Fine in DW.

Friesner, Esther and Lawrence Watt-Evans Split Heirs 1993 (July) TOR NY. First edition. Signed by the Esther Friesner on the title page. Fine in DW.

Friesner, Esther The Psalms of Herod 1995 White Wolf GA. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wraps.

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Gaiman, Neil Don't Panic 1988 (May) Pocket Books NY. First trade paperback. Fine.

Gaiman, Neil On Cats and Dogs 1997 Dreamhaven Books NY. First edition. Two short stories, one published here for the first time. Limited to 5000 copies. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Gaiman, Neil Stardust 1998 Titan Books UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Illustrated by Charles Vess. Fine in boards sans dust wrapper as issued.

Gardner, Lloyd C. Safe For Democracy 1984 Oxford University Press NY. First edition. "The Anglo-American Response to Revolution, 1913-1923." Explores the collective impact on the Western democracies of the revolutions that swept Mexico in 1910, China in 1911, and, especially, Russia in 1917. Fine in DW.

Garrison, Peter The Magic Dead 2000 (February) Ace NY. First edition. Publisher's review flyer laid in. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Garton, Ray Lot Lizards 1991 Zeising PA. First edition. Fine in DW.

Gash, Jonathan (anonymous) Streetwalker 1959 Bodley Head UK. First edition. Purportedly the autobiography of a prostitute, but written anonymously by Jonathan Gash. His first book. Scarce. Fine in DW that has a hint of rubbing on the bottom of the spine panel.

Gash, Jonathan (anonymous) Streetwalker 1959 Bodley Head UK. First edition. Purportedly the autobiography of a prostitute, but written anonymously by Jonathan Gash. His first book. Scarce. Near fine in slightly chipped dustwrapper slightly faded at the spine.

Gash, Jonathan The Judas Pair 1977 Collins Crime Club UK. First edition. Author's first novel. A 'Lovejoy Novel of Suspense'. Spine slant, else near fine in very good dust wrapper with half-inch closed tear at the top edge of the back cover, and a diagonal crease on the front flap. Price present.

Gash, Jonathan The Gondola Scam 1984 Collins UK. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Bumped corners, else near fine in very good DW.

Gash, Jonathan Jade Woman 1988 Collins UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW with scrape on front cover.

Gash, Jonathan The Great California Game 1991 Century UK. First edition. First published in Great Britain. A 'Lovejoy Novel'. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW, except for upper corner bumps.

Gash, Jonathan The Lies of Fair Ladies 1992 Century UK. First edition. First published in Great Britain. A 'Lovejoy Novel'. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Gash, Jonathan The Lies of Fair Ladies 1992 Scorpion Press UK. First edition (bound from the sheets of the first edition). #18 of 99 signed copies bound in quarter leather with marbled covers. First published in Great Britain. A 'Lovejoy Novel'. Fine without DW as issued.

Gay, Anne Dancing on the Volcano 1993 Orbit UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Cover painting by Mark Salwowski. Fine in DW.

Gerrold, David and Larry Niven The Flying Sorcerors 1971 (August) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Signed by Larry Niven on the title page. Spine creases, front cover 1/2-inch separation from spine, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Gerrold, David and Larry Niven The Flying Sorcerors 1971 (August) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Spine creases, book store stamp on inside front cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Gerrold, David The Man Who Folded Himself 1973 Random House NY. First edition. Author's first hardcover book. Time travel. Fine except for ex-lib impression on ffep, in a fine DW with a vertical crease on the front inside flap.

Gerrold, David A Day For Damnation 1984 (February) Timescape NY. First edition signed and dated '2.25.89'. Fine in DW.

Gibson, William Mona Lisa Overdrive 1988 (November) Bantam NY. First edition. Fine, except for price stickers on rear and front of DW.

Gilden, Mel The Return of Captain Conquer 1986 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition of the author's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Gingrich, Arnold (ed.) The Bedside Esquire 1940 Tudor NY. First edition. Massive book collecting stories by Thorne Smith, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, Ring Lardner, Paul Gallico, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes, Havelock Ellis, Erskine Caldwell, F. Scott Fitzgerald, D.H. Lawrence, Sean O'Faolin, Clarence Darrow and many others. Near fine in very good DW.

Glick, Carl and Hong Sheng-Hwa Swords of Silence 1947 Whittlesey House NY. First edition. Subtitled "Chinese Secret Societies-Past and Present." Inscribed "To Morgan and Margaret, long time good friends, as ever", signed by both authors on the front free endpaper. Near fine in very good DW with 1-inch closed tear at lower right corner.

Goddard, Dwight The Buddha's Golden Path 1930 Luzac & Company UK. First edition. Warm inscription to a Dr. Harris Kennedy from the author on the half title page. Laid in is a TLS from the author to Dr. Kennedy regarding the imminent demise of ZEN magazine, of which Goddard was editor. Near fine in red cloth covers.

Gold, H. L. The Third Galaxy Reader 1958 Doubleday NY. First edition. Includes stories by Sheckly, Leiber, Asimov, Del Rey, Pohl, Knight, Simak and others. Fine in very good price-clipped DW with two closed tears on the front cover.

Golden, Christopher Straight On 'Til Morning 2001 (May) Cemetery Dance Baltimore. First edition. Letter R of 26 lettered copies bound in leather, signed by the author on the limitation page, with satin ribbon page marker and additional full-color artwork. Cover painting by Micheal Kaluta, interior illustrations (full page artwork for each chapter) by some of the biggest stars in the world of comic books, including Mike Mignola, Joe Quesada, Arthur Adams, John Cassaday, Michael Zulli, Stephen R. Bissette, Daniel Brereton, J.G. Jones, Joyce Chin, Ryan Sock, Eric Powell, Philip Hester, Glenn Chadborne, Kyle Hotz, Timothy Bradstreet, Colleen Doran, Randy Green, Terry Moore, Timothy Truman, Kirk Van Wormer, Michael Zulli, and Mark Texeira. Fine in DW and traycase.

Golden, Christopher Straight On 'Til Morning 2001 (May) Cemetery Dance Baltimore. First edition. One of 1000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Cover painting by Micheal Kaluta. Fine in DW.

Goldman, William The Princess Bride 1973 Harcourt Brace Javonovich NY. First edition. Fine in fine DJ that has been bumped on the top rear cover and has a 1-inch closed tear at the top of the fold between the spine and the rear cover.

Goldman, William The Silent Gondoliers 1983 (November) Del Rey NY. First edition. 'Written by S. Morgenstern'. Sequel to 'The Princess Bride'. Fine in fine DW.

Goldman, William The Silent Gondoliers 1983 (November) Del Rey NY. First edition. 'Written by S. Morgenstern'. Sequel to 'The Princess Bride'. Fine in near-fine DW (price sticker residue on front cover.).

Goldstein, Lisa The Red Magician 1982 (January) Timescape NY. First edition of the author's first book. Signed on the title page. Winner of the American Book Award. Very good in creased pictorial wrappers.

Goldstein, Lisa The Dream Years 1985 Bantam NY. First edition. Author's second book. Signed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Goldstein, Lisa Daily Voices 1989 (December) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 3. Number 22 of 50 copies bound in grey leather and signed by the author on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Goldstein, Lisa Daily Voices 1989 (December) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 3. Cloth bound, #38 of 300. Signed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Goldstein, Lisa Strange Devices of the Sun and Moon 1993 (February) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Goldstein, Lisa Summer King, Winter Fool 1994 (May) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Goldstein, Lisa Summer King, Winter Fool 1994 (May) TOR NY. Uncorrected proof of the first edition. Spine roll, publisher's business card stapled to the front cover, else very good in tan printed wrappers.

Goldstein, Lisa Walking the Labyrinth 1996 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Review copy with publisher's material laid in. Fine in DW.

Goodkind, Terry Faith of the Fallen 2000 TOR NY. First edition. Number 103 of 150 leather-bound numbered copies signed on the limitation page. Previous owner's bookplate removed on front endpaper, else fine sans DW as issued with slipcase.

Goodkind, Terry Debt of Bones 2001 (December) Gollancz UK. First edition. Book manufactured in the U.S., with US and Canadian prices on DW. Review materials laid in, indicating US distrubution by Sterling Publishing. Fine in DW.

Goodrum, Charles A. Dewey Decimated 1977 Crown NY. First edition. A bibliomystery, the second book by this librarian at the Library of Congress. Fine in very good price-clipped DW.

Goodrum, Charles A. The Best Cellar 1987 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. A bibliomystery by the author of "Dewey Decimated". Near fine in price-clipped dust jacket with two half-inch closed tears on the front cover (top and bottom), else near fine.

Gorbachev, Mikhail Perestroika 1987 Harper & Row NY. First (Amercian?) edition. Fine in DW.

Gottlieb, Phyllis O Master Caliban! 1976 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Fine in slightly soiled DW.

Goulart, Ron (ed.) The Hardboiled Dicks 1965 Sherbourne Press LA. First edition. An anthology of detective fiction from the pulp magazines. Contains eight stories. Fine in DW.

Gray, Cecil & Margery The Bed, or the Clinophile's Vade Mecum 1946 Nicholson and Watson London. First edition. The bed in history and literature. Illustrated by Michael Ayrton. Very good in DW.

Greenleaf, Stephen Book Case 1991 Morrow NY. First edition. A bibliomystery. Fine in DW,.

Grimwood, Ken Replay 1986 Arbor House NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Grimwood, Ken Replay 1986 Thorndike Press MN. First large-print edition. Fine sans DW as issued.

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Haiblum, Isidore The Tsaddik of the Seven Wonders 1971 (December) Ballantine NY. First edition. Author's first book. Inscribed to Christopher Lehmann-Haupt ("So take a look already") on the first page, with a large self-portrait by the author on the inside cover, with the author's name in cursive Hebrew below. Laid in is a handwritten letter to Lehmann-Haupt, written along the margins of a xerox copy of a review of the book by Harold Flender, exhorting Christopher to read and review the book. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Haiblum, Isidore The Tsaddik of the Seven Wonders 1971 (December) Ballantine NY. First edition. Author's first book. Near fine.

Haiblum, Isidore The Tsaddik of the Seven Wonders 1971 (December) Ballantine NY. First edition. Author's first book. Bottom of spine rubbed and chipped, 3/4-inch crease on front cover, else fine.

Haiblum, Isidore The Mutants Are Coming 1984 Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Haiblum, Isidore The Mutants Are Coming 1984 Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Haiblum, Isidore The Mutants Are Coming 1984 (April) Doubleday NY. First edition. Review copy with slip laid in. Fine in DW.

Haiblum, Isidore Bad Neighbors 1990 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Review slip laid in. Fine in DW.

Haining, Peter (ed.) Murder on the Railways 1996 Orion UK. First edition. Includes "The Knights Cross Signal Problem" by Ernest Bramah and many others. Very good in DW.

Haldeman, Joe War Year 1972 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Signed on the title page. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Haldeman, Joe Mindbridge 1976 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Signed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Haldeman, Joe Mindbridge 1976 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Signed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Haldeman, Joe All My Sins Remembered 1977 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Signed on the title page. Includes two dust wrappers. Fine in DWs. Inside DW is damaged.

Haldeman, Joe All My Sins Remembered 1977 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Signed on the title page. Includes two dust wrappers. Fine in DW. Inside DW is damaged.

Haldeman, Joe Study War No More 1977 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Signed on the title page. Fine in DW, except for small chip missing from rear lower edge..

Haldeman, Joe Worlds Apart 1983 Viking NY. First edition. Signed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Hall, S. R. Lectures to Female Teachers on School Keeping 1832 Richardson, Lord & Holbrook Boston. First edition. 176 pages. Samuel R. Hall started the first U.S. school for teachers. Endpapers foxed, inside board hingels cracked but firmly attached, rubbing to spine ends, spine label worn, else very good.

Halliburton, Richard The Romance of Travel 1935 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Inscribed by the author to a fellow Princeton alumni on the title page. Near fine.

Halperin, James L. The Truth Machine 1996 Ivy Press TX. First edition. Author and publisher's first novel. This privately printed edition preceded the 1996 Ballantine Books edition. Halperin's first novel. Tale of the near future concerning the invention of a machine that can detect lies with 100 percent accuracy and the political, social and economic consequences of its employment. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1986-2009. Fine in DW.

Hamilton, Peter F. The Reality Dysfunction 1996 Macmillan UK. First edition. Reportedly only 650 copies were issued. Author's first hardcover first edition, and the first book in the "Night's Dawn" trilogy. Some soiling to the page block edges, else near fine in dust wrapper that has a vertical crease on the front flap, else fine.

Hamilton, Peter F. The Neutronium Alchemist 1997 Macmillan UK. First edition. Reportedly only 650 copies were issued. Sequel to "The Reality Dysfunction." Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Hardy, Lyndon Master of the Five Magics 1980 (October) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Inscribed on the inside front cover. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hardy, Lyndon Master of the Five Magics 1980 (October) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hardy, Lyndon Secret of the Sixth Magic 1984 (September) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's second book. Inscribed on the inside front cover. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hardy, Lyndon Secret of the Sixth Magic 1984 (September) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's second book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hardy, Lyndon Secret of the Sixth Magic 1984 (September) Del Rey NY. First Canadian edition, issued the same time as the U.S. edition. Author's second book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Harper, Henry Howard Library Essays: About Books, Bibliophiles, Writers and Kindred Subjects 1924 The Torch Press Cedar Rapids IA. First edition. Printed for private distribution. Essays on books and writers, including "The Late Discovery of the Original Manuscript of Walden" and "Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley". Near fine in a very good slipcase; very slight wear to covers, slipcase scuffed.

Harrison, Harry The Man From P.I.G. 1968 (May) Camelot NY. First edition. "The Porcine Interstellar Guard are an inter-galactic force of pigs, and you just never know when you'll need brutal porcine force in this strange universe!". Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Harrison, Harry (editor) Blast Off 1969 Faber and Faber UK. First edition. Contains stories by Jack Vance ("The Howling Bounders"), Clarke, Aldiss, Silverberg, Asimov, Leinster, and others. Ex-library with DW in protector taped to the endpapers.

Harrison, M. John The Centauri Device 1974 Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in near-fine DW.

Harrison, M. John A Storm of Wings 1980 Doubleday NY. First edition. Second of the "Viriconium" series. Fine in DW.

Harrison, M. John In Viriconium 1982 Gollancz UK. First edition. Third book in the "Viriconium" series. Inscribed "For David Pringle, with thanks and best wishes" on the title page. Corners slightly bumped, else near fine in DW.

Harvey, Kenneth J. Directions for an Opened Body 1990 Mercury Press Toronto. First edition. Author's first book. Review slip laid in. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Harvey, Kenneth J. The Hole That Must Be Filled 1994 Little, Brown and Company Toronto. First edition. Inscribed by Harvey on the title page: "For Bridget, Thank you for the story on "Skin hound." I appreciate your support. Blessings, Kenneth, Burnt Head/July/2000." Author's second book of stories. Laid in is a copy of "Skin Hound [there are no words]", number 110 of 150 numbered coopies. Fine in DW.

Harvey, Kenneth J. The Town That Forgot How to Breath 2003 Raincoast Books Vancouver, BC. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers with French flaps.

Haycraft, Howard (ed.) The Boy's Second Book of Great Detective Stories 1940 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah, Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, Edgar Wallace and others. A scarce title. The book is fine in pictorial boards, the DW is very good with a 2-inch closed tear on the top-rear spine fold, edge chipping and creasing, slight rubbing, and a lower-right flap clip with remnants of an ink inscription. Price of $4.50 intact.

Hearn, Lafcadio (retold by Margaret Hodges) The Voice of the Great Bell 1989 Little, Brown and Company NY. First edition thus. Beautiful pastel and watercolor illustrations by Caldecott medalist Ed Young. A Chinese Bell-maker's daughter makes a noble sacrifice, so that the casting of the Great Bell for the Emperor will be flawless. Ancient Chinese legend originally collected by Lafcadio Hearn & retold in this wonderful edition by Margaret Hodges. Fine in quarter cloth, reinforced binding and DW.

Heinlein, Robert A. Space Cadet 1948 Scribners NY. First edition. Ex-library, in library binding. Usual library defacements.

Heinlein, Robert A. Three By Heinlein 1951 Doubleday NY. First edition thus (book club). Collects 'The Puppet Masters', 'Waldo' and 'Magic, Inc.'. Fine in very good DW.

Herbert, Frank The Green Brain 1966 Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Slightly creased pictorial covers, else a fine and very tight copy.

Herbert, Frank Dune Messiah 1969 Putnam NY. First edition. Second book in the 'Dune' series. Fine in very good DW with some creasing and rubbing, especially along the spine, otherwise an attractive copy.

Herbert, Frank God Emperor of Dune 1981 Putnam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Hewlett, Maurice Lore of Proserpine 1913 Macmillan and Company London. First edition. Blue cloth stamped in gilt. A collection of the author's experiences with fairies and other marvels. "Series of fantasy stories about encounters with creatures from mythology and folk-lore." Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy Volume II, p. 61. Reginald 07165. Not in Bleiler (1948; 1978). Moderate rubbing and shelf wear, some foxing of end papers, a very good copy.

Heyerdahl, Thor Kon-Tiki Ekspedisjonen 1948 Glydenal Norsk Forlaq Oslo. First edition. The foldout map and pages are fine, the grey marbled boards are near fine, and the DW is very good except for a 2-inch triangular piece missing from the bottom of the spine panel.

Higgs, Mike Vintage Detective Stories 1987 Galley Press UK. First edition, with stories selected from a 1930 compilation by Dorothy L. Sayers, published by Gollancz. Includes stories by Ernest Bramah, Eden Phillpotss, Baroness Orczy, Edgar Allan Poe, H. C. Bailey and others. Fine in DW.

Hinz, Christopher Anachronisms 1988 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Hitchcock, Alfred (Robert Arthur) Alfred Hitchcock's Ghostly Gallery 1962 Random House NY. First edition. Edited by Robert Arthur, includes stories by Algernon Blackwood, H. G. Wells, Henry Kuttner, Lord Dunsany and others, illustrated by Fred Banbery. Fine in DW.

Hoffman, Barry (illus by Harry O. Morris) Born Bad 2000 Cemetery Dance US. First edition. Letter P of 26 lettered leatherbound and traycased copies. This edition contains additional Harry O. Morris artwork. 404pp. 3 apparent suicides by University of Pennsylvania co-eds turn into a murder investigation for homicide detective Ariel Dampier, when the police receive a mysterious letter, and then a deadly game of cat and mouse as Dampier tries to proves Shanicha Wilkins, a freshman at Penn, guilty of those crimes. In 2001 the author was banned from delivering an address at the university. Fine in DW and traycase.

Hoffman, Barry (illus by Harry O. Morris) Born Bad 2000 Cemetery Dance NY. First edition. Number 61 of 500 numbered copies. 404pp. 3 apparent suicides by University of Pennsylvania co-eds turn into a murder investigation for homicide detective Ariel Dampier, when the police receive a mysterious letter, and then a deadly game of cat and mouse as Dampier tries to proves Shanicha Wilkins, a freshman at Penn, guilty of those crimes. In 2001 the author was banned from delivering an address at the university. Fine in DW.

Hofstatder, Douglas R. Godel Escher Bach 1979 Basic Books NY. First edition. Very good in DW that is severely spine-sunned, else very good.

Hofstatder, Douglas R. Metamagical Themas: Questing for the Essence of Mind and Pattern 1985 Basic Books NY. First edition. Thick octavo, 852pp. His second book, a collection of his columns from Scientific American, here woven together with elaborate postscripts. Fine in DW.

Hogan, James P. The Legend That Was Earth 2000 Easton Press CT. First edition. Number 173 of 1000 signed by the author on the limitation page. COA and note laid in. Illustrated by Jerry Vanderstelt. Fine in leather boards sans DW as issued.

Holt, Samuel The Fourth Dimension is Death 1989 (January) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Poems By Tom Holt 1973 Michael Joseph UK. First edition. Introduction by Edward Lucie-Smith. Author's first book, published when he was eleven years old. Signed, numbered with "#2", and dated "7/7/96" by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Poems By Tom Holt 1973 Michael Joseph UK. First edition. Author's first book, published when he was eleven years old. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Who's Afraid of Beowulf 1988 Macmillan UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Goatsong 1989 Macmillan UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Goatsong 1989 Macmillan UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom The Walled Orchard 1990 Macmillan UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Here Comes the Sun 1993 Orbit UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Overtime 1993 Orbit UK. First edition. Near fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Djinn Rummy 1995 Orbit UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Odds and Gods 1995 Orbit UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Only Human 1999 Orbit UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Snow White and the Seven Samurai 1999 Orbit UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Nothing But Blue Skies 2001 Orbit UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Holt, Tom Nothing But Blue Skies 2001 Orbit UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Hoover, J. Edgar Masters of Deceit 1958 Henry Holt NY. First edition. "The Story of Communism in America and How to Fight It.". Fine in very good DW.

Hughart, Barry Bridge of Birds 1984 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Co-winner of the 1984 World Fantasy Award. 1986 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Inscribed by the author on the title page "This was rejected by 17 publishers, so it can't be all bad." This copy was sent by the author to his literary agent. Near fine in DW. Literary agency sticker on front free endpaper.

Hughart, Barry Bridge of Birds 1984 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Co-winner of the 1984 World Fantasy Award. 1986 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Bridge of Birds 1984 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Co-winner of the 1984 World Fantasy Award. 1986 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Bridge of Birds 1984 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Co-winner of the 1984 World Fantasy Award. 1986 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: 'To --- & ---, who may wonder how a guy keeps from going bananas while he rewrites dialogue for such immortal classics as "Revenge of the Killer Tomatoes."'. Fine in price-clipped near-fine DW.

Hughart, Barry Bridge of Birds 1984 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Co-winner of the 1984 World Fantasy Award. 1986 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Bridge of Birds 1984 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Co-winner of the 1984 World Fantasy Award. 1986 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Bridge of Birds 1984 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Co-winner of the 1984 World Fantasy Award. 1986 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Bridge of Birds 1984 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Co-winner of the 1984 World Fantasy Award. 1986 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry The Story of the Stone 1988 (July) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's second book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry The Story of the Stone 1988 (July) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's second book. Warm inscription on the title page. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry The Story of the Stone 1988 (July) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry The Story of the Stone 1988 (July) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry The Story of the Stone 1988 (July) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry The Story of the Stone 1989 (November) Bantam Spectra NY. First paperback edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Hughart, Barry Eight Skilled Gentlemen 1991 (January) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's third book. Only 2000 copies printed. Review sheet laid in. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Eight Skilled Gentlemen 1991 (January) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's third book. Only 2000 copies printed. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Eight Skilled Gentlemen 1991 (January) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's third book. Only 2000 copies printed. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Eight Skilled Gentlemen 1991 (January) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's third book. Only 2000 copies printed. Fine in DW.

Hughart, Barry Eight Skilled Gentlemen 1991 (January) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Author's third book. Reportedly there were 12,000 copies of the trade paperback printed. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition. According to the author, only 750 hardcovers were published, and most were sold to libraries. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW. 8 copies.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition. According to the author, only 750 hardcovers were published, and most were sold to libraries. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition. According to the author, only 750 hardcovers were published, and most were sold to libraries. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition. According to the author, only 750 hardcovers were published, and most were sold to libraries. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition, trade paperback format. According to the author, 12,000 were published, but several thousand were lost in transit, and the remaindered copies purchased by a book collector, thus it is very difficult to find. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition, trade paperback format. According to the author, 12,000 were published, but several thousand were lost in transit, and the remaindered copies purchased by a book collector, thus it is very difficult to find. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition, trade paperback format. According to the author, 12,000 were published, but several thousand were lost in transit, and the remaindered copies purchased by a book collector, thus it is very difficult to find. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition, trade paperback format. According to the author, 12,000 were published, but several thousand were lost in transit, and the remaindered copies purchased by a book collector, thus it is very difficult to find. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew (appearance in) Takes 1996 Thistledown Press Saskatoon. First edition. Fourteen stories for young adults, including "Bearing Up" by Matt Hughes. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Downshift 1997 (May) Doubleday Canada. First edition. Signed and dated Apr 11/97 on the title page. There was no hardcover edition. Fine in pictorial wraps with French flaps.

Hughes, Matthew and Len Marchand Breaking Trail 2000 Caitlin Press Prince George BC. First edition. Autobiography of Len Marchand, the first elected Indian member of parliament. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 2001 (March) Warner Books NY. First American edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 2001 (March) Warner Books NY. First American edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Fools Errant 2001 (March) Warner Books NY. First American edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Fool Me Twice 2001 (August) Warner Books NY. First edition, a paperback original. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hughes, Matthew Black Brillion 2004 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Inscribed to the dedicatee and signed by the author on the title page. Presentation TLS from the author laid in. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Black Brillion 2004 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Inscribed to the dedicatee and signed by the cover artist, Tom Kidd, on the second title page, with a drawing of a zeppelin. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Black Brillion 2004 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Signed and dated "Nov 04" by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Black Brillion 2004 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Publisher's material laid in. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Black Brillion 2004 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Review letter laid in. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew The Gist Hunter 2005 Night Shade Books SF. First edition. One of 125 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Additionally inscribed "For Mike Berro, my first fan" on the title page. TLS letter from the author laid in. Includes an addtitional story, "From the Discourses and Edifications of Liw Osfeo", which is not in the trade edition. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew The Gist Hunter 2005 Night Shade Books SF. First edition. One of 125 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Includes an addtitional story, "From the Discourses and Edifications of Liw Osfeo", which is not in the trade edition. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew The Gist Hunter 2005 Night Shade Books SF. First edition. One of 125 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Includes an addtitional story, "From the Discourses and Edifications of Liw Osfeo", which is not in the trade edition. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew The Gist Hunter 2005 Night Shade Books SF. First edition. Inscribed "For Mike Berro, my first fan" on the title page. Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Majestrum 2006 Night Shade Books NY. First edition. One of 125 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. This copy inscribed "For Mike Berro, first fan.". Fine in DW.

Hughes, Matthew Template 2008 PS Publishing UK. First edition. Number 64 of 200 copies signed by the author and introducer Jay Lake on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Hughes, Matthew Epiphanies 2016 (April) PS Publishing UK. First edition. The trade edition, but one of three copies bound upside-down and signed by the author on the title page. Printed email from the author laid in explaining the situation. Fine in DJ.

Hughes, Robert Don The Prophet of Lamath 1979 (October) Del Rey NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Hunt, A. Leigh Confessions of A Leigh Hunt 1951 (June) A.H. and A.W. Reed Wellington, Australia. First edition. Autobiography of a famous New Zealander. Presentation copy, with signed letters and newspaper clippings pasted into many pages front and back. DW lightly taped to covers, else very good.

Hunt, Edward Eyre (translator) Sir Orfeo: Adapted From the Middle English 1909 (December) Harvard Cooperative Society MA. First edition. Lengthy inscription from the author, dated 12 January 1911, on the half-title page. 4-1/2" x 6-1/2", 32 pages. There is edge wear on the cover, and noticeably rounded corners, however, the pages inside of the book are in very good condition.

Hutson, William Gardiner My Friends Call Me C.C.: The Story of Courtney Chauncy Julian 1990 Sunstone Press Santa Fe, NM. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

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Idle, Eric The Rutland Dirty Weekend Book 1976 Methuen NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wraps with near fine oversized DW.

Idle, Eric The Road to Mars 1999 (September) Pantheon NY. First edition. Review copy, with promotional materials laid in. Fine in DW.

Ingalese, Isabella Mata The Magician 1901 Abbey Press NY. First edition. Occult novel set in upstate New York in the 1830s "of a woman, Mata Bennet, with healing and other supernatural powers." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 121. Bleiler (1978), p. 106. Reginald 07703. Smith, American Fiction, 1901-1925 I-9. A very scarce book. Very good.

Innis, Pauline Ernestine the Pig 1963 Robert B. Luce Washington DC. First edition. Inscribed on the ffep "To Viola Prince / with all good wishes / from / Pauline Innis." Illustrated by Tim Evans. True story of a remarkable pig in Great Britain during WWII. Near fine in unclipped DW; a beautiful copy.

Irvine, Alexander C. A Scattering of Jades 2002 (July 11) TOR NY. First edition. Review sheet laid in. Irvine's first novel is a wild mixture of history, mystery and fantasy beginning with the great 1835 fire in New York City. Fine in DW.

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Jackson, Holbrook The Anatomy of Bibliomania 1930 The Soncino Press UK. First edition. Number 360 out of 1000 copies. Two volumes. Famed book of book craziness. Very good in DWs.

Johnson, Samuel Julian's Arts to Undermine and Extirpate Christianity 1689 Richard Chiswell London. [8], xv, [1], 214, [2] p. ; 8 . A tract written in 1683 against the succession of the Duke of York, later James II, King of Great Britain, 1633-1701. The piece is thus a Whig political tract masquerading as a religious one. A note facing the title page states "The present impression of this book, was made in the year 1683." Signatures: A8, a4, B-O8, P4 (final verso blank) Errata : p. [215]. Wing J832, McAlpin, v. 4, p. 345, CBEL P. 942. Small binder's sticker "William George's Sons Ltd., 89 Park Street Bristol" on the front pastedown. Very good in good full-leather binding.

Jones, Terry and Douglas Adams Douglas Adams's Starship Titanic 1997 Harmony Books NY. First edition. Signed by Terry Jones and Douglas Adams on the title page. Novel based on Adams's computer game by Jones, one of original creators of Monty Python's Flying Circus. Fine in DW.

Jordan, Robert The Wheel of Time 1994 (July) TOR NY. Free promotional copy of "The First Part of Book One of The Wheel of Time." 274 pp plus ads. Corners bumped, else near-fine in pictorial wrappers.

Jordan, Robert A Crown of Swords 1996 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Number 81 of 175 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in green leather covered boards and slipcase, sans DW as issued.

Joyce, Graham Dark Sister 1992 Headline UK. First edition of the author's second book. Neat owner's signature on the front free endpaper, else fine in DW.

Junne, I. K. (ed) Floating Clouds, Floating Dreams: Favorite Asian Folktales 1974 Doubleday NY. Doubleday 1974. 134 pgs Tales from Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Laos, Persia, Thailand, Tibet, and Vietnam. Fine in very good DW.

Juster, Norton (Illus by Jules Feiffer) The Phantom Tollbooth 1961 Epstein & Carroll NY. True first edition. Soiling to the front endpapers, crease to the lower spine panel, else very good.

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Karig, Walter Zotz! 1947 Rinehart & Co NY. First edition. Basis for movie of same name starring Tom Poston. Fine in fair DW with pieces missing from spine.

Kaveney, Roz (editor) More Tales From the Forbidden Planet 1990 (August) Titan Books UK. First edition. Signed on two limitation sheets by the authors and artists; Ian Watson, Oscar Zarate, Mick Farren, Savage Pencil, Jamie Delano, John Hicklenton, R M Lamming, Duncan Fegredo, Neil Gaiman, Simon Bisley, Storm Constantine, Steve Yeowell, Larry Niven, Don Lawrence, Dave Langford, Rian Hughes, John Clute, Dave Mckean, Mary Gentle, Charles Vess, and Roz Kaveney. Fine in slipcase.

Keating, H. R. F. The Iciest Sin 1990 Hutchinson UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Kerr, Katherine Darkspell 1987 Doubleday NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Second book in the "Deverry" series. Fine in DW.

Ketchum, Jack Father & Son 1999 Camelot Books FL. First edition. Short story in booklet form, number 165 of 600 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Ten pages saddle-stitched. Fine in printed covers.

Kidd, Tom The Tundra Sketchbook Series Volume 11 1992 Tundra MA. First edition. Signed with a sketch by the author on the first page. Collection of color paintings and black and white sketches with commentary. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Kijewski, Karen Katwalk 1989 Macmillan UK. First British edition of the author's first book. Winner of the best first Private Eye novel contest 1989. Fine in DW.

Kijewski, Karen Katapult 1990 (October) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Kijewski, Karen Wild Kat 1994 (January) Cahill CA. First edition (precedes the trade edition by one month). This is 'Y' of 26 lettered copies quarter-bound in satin, with marbled boards, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Kijewski, Karen Alley Kat Blues 1995 (June) Doubleday NY. First edition. Inscribed to "Mike" on the title page. Fine in DW.

Kingsbury, Donald The Moon Goddess and the Sun 1986 (October) Baen Books NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Knight, Damon and Kate Wilhelm Better Than One 1980 Noreascon Boston. First edition, signed by both authors on title page Ordered direct from Wilhelm. Fine in DW.

Knight, Damon (ed.) The Clarion Awards 1984 (July 20) Doubleday NY. First edition. Anthology of fourteen original stories, including stories by Lucius Shepard, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Dean Wesley Smith and others. Review copy with slip laid in. Fine in DW.

Knight, Damon (illustrated by Carl Lundgren) Late Knight Edition 1985 NESFA MA. First edition. Signed by the author and illustrator Carl Lundgren on the title page. Number 56 of 200 signed copies. Fine in DW and slipcase as issued.

Knight, Damon A Reasonable World 1991 (February) TOR NY. First edition. Third book in the CV trilogy. Fine in DW.

Koman, Victor The Jehovah Contract 1987 Watts NY. First American and first English edition (translated from the German.). Slight spine slant and corner bump, else very good in near-fine DW.

Koontz, Dean R. A Darkness in My Soul 1972 DAW NY. Paperback first edition. Bottom edge scuffed, horizontal crease on rear cover, price tag sticker on front cover, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Koontz, Dean R. writing as Owen West The Funhouse 1980 Jove NY. Special advance copy of the first edition. "Based on a screenplan by Lawrence Block.". Spine crease, small hole punched at top edge of front cover, else near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Kotzwinkle, William Doctor Rat 1976 Knopf NY. First edition. Winner of the 1977 Word Fantasy Award. Fine in DW.

Kramer, Edward E. ed. (Charles de Lint, Neil Gaiman, Robert J. Sawyer, Gene Wolfe, Ray Bradbury) Strange Attractions 2000 (August) Shadowlands Press Centreville VA. First edition. Review sheet pasted to the front free endpaper. Fine in DW.

Kress, Nancy The Golden Grove 1984 (March) Bluejay NY. First edition. Author's second novel. Fine in DW.

Kress, Nancy (illus George Barr) Beggars in Spain 1991 Axolotl Press WA. First edition. Number 69 of 75 copies bound in red leather and signed on the title page by the author. Fine sans DW as issued.

Kube-McDowell, Michael P. The Quiet Pools 1990 (May) Ace NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Kummer, Frederic Arnold Gentlemen in Hades 1930 Sears Publishing NY. First edition. Sequel to "Ladies in Hell", a humourous fantasy. Personal inscription by the author on the front free endpaper. Reginald 08466. Also listed in Hubin [1984 Crime Fiction page 236]. Good, frayed top and bottom of spine, with 1/4-inch missing from the top, bumped corners, darkened spine, Binding is tight, with all pages present.

Kurtz, Katherine Saint Camber 1978 (October) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW. A manufacturing flaw has made pages 437-444 protrude above the top of the page block; these pages are have slight dog-ear creases.

Kurtz, Katherine The Legacy of Lehr 1986 Walker NY. First edition. Fine, except for large black crayon '49' on first free endpaper, in DW.

Kurtz, Katherine The Harrowing of Gwynnedd 1989 (February) Del Rey NY. First edition. Volume I of "The Heirs of St. Camber.". Fine in DW.

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Laidlaw, Marc Dad's Nuke 1985 Fine NY. First edition. "Darkly comic science-fiction satire." Author's first book. Fine in near-fine DW.

Laidlaw, Marc The Orchid Eater 1994 (March) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Lamb, Charles (Illustrated by L. J. Bridgman) A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig 1888 D. Lothrop Co. Boston. First edition. 5.5 x 7 inches, 48 pages. Delightful although disparaging essay about the Chinese "discovery" of roast pig, with many full-page illustrations. Cover has soil and heavy corner scuffing, with moderate scuffing on edge of covers. Some minor smudges on a few pages, most pages are nice and clean.. All edges gilt.

Lamensdorf, Len The Crouching Tiger 1999 Seascape Press Santa Barbara, CA. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Langford, David The Dragonhiker's Guide to Battlefield Covenant at Dune's Edge: Odyssey Two 1988 Drunken Dragon Press UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Near fine in DW.

Larsen, Jeanne Silk Road 1989 Henry Holt NY. First edition. The author's first novel, a fantasy set in China during the T'ang dynasty. The author is a sinologist and translator of Chinese poetry. Fine in DW.

Larsen, Jeanne Silk Road 1989 Henry Holt NY. First edition. The author's first novel, a fantasy set in China during the T'ang dynasty. The author is a sinologist and translator of Chinese poetry. Fine in DW.

Larsen, Jeanne Bronze Mirror 1991 Henry Holt NY. First edition. "Through the nasty hells and beautiful heavens of medieval China, fires rage, waters flood and an angry ghost seeks revenge through illness and seduction". The author is a sinologist and translator of Chinese poetry. Fine in DW.

Larsen, Jeanne Manchu Palaces 1996 Henry Holt NY. First edition. The author is a sinologist and translator of Chinese poetry. Fine in DW.

Laurie, Hugh The Gun Seller 1996 Heinemann UK. First edition. Remainder stripe on bottom of page block, else near fine in very good DW.

Lawhead, Stephen R. The Iron Lance 1998 (December) HarperPrism NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. City of Illusions 1967 Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Vertical creases on both covers and spine, '40' in black ink on front cover, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Le Guin, Ursula K. A Wizard of Earthsea 1968 Parnassus Press CA. First edition, one of the two later printings (of a total of 16800 copies) with "11 up" at the top edge of the front flap of the dust jacket. Very good in good, lightly waterstained DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. The Tombs of Atuan 1971 Atheneum NY. First edition, second state DJ. Fine in DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Wild Angels 1975 Capra Press CA. First edition. #27 in the Capra Chapbook Series. Neat owner's name on inside front cover, else fine in printed wraps.

Le Guin, Ursula K. The Wind's Twelve Quarters 1975 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Collection of stories. Signed on title page in purple ink (911029). Fine in price-clipped DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Terremer 1980 Editions Seghers Paris. First French edition of the combined three 'Earthsea' books. Trade paper. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Always Coming Home 1985 Harper & Row NY. First edition hardcover in slipcase with cassette. Still wrapped.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Always Coming Home 1985 Harper & Row NY. First edition hardcover in slipcase with cassette. Signed by the author on the title page. Price clipped, else fine in DW and slipcase.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Buffalo Gals 1987 Capra Press CA. First edition. Fine in VG DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Tehanu 1990 Atheneum NY. First edition. Last book in the Earthsea series. Fine in DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Tehanu 1990 Atheneum NY. First edition. Last book in the Earthsea series. Fine in DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Tehanu 1990 Atheneum NY. First edition. Last book in the Earthsea series. Corners and spine ends bumped, else near fine in DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. Searoad 1991 HarperCollins NY. First edition. Collection of stories. Signed on title page in purple ink (911029). Fine in DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. A Fisherman of the Inland Sea 1994 HarperPrism NY. Special advance reading copy limited to 1500 copies to be distributed as gifts of the author and publisher. Fine in blue cloth with gold lettering, sans DW as issued.

Le Guin, Ursula K. A Fisherman of the Inland Sea 1994 HarperPrism NY. Special advance reading copy limited to 1500 copies to be distributed as gifts of the author and publisher. Fine in blue cloth with gold lettering, sans DW as issued.

Le Guin, Ursula K. The Telling 2000 Harcourt NY. First edition. Signed by the author on a special bookplate affixed to the ffep, "Fifty copies have been reserved for friends of the author.". Fine in DW.

Le Guin, Ursula K. The Other Wind 2001 Harcourt NY. First edition. Voluminous review materials laid in. Fine in DW.

Lebbon, Tim Changing of Faces 2004 PS Publishing. First edtion. #74 of 300 hardcover copies signed by Tim Lebbon and introducer Simon Clark on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Lee, Sir Sidney King Edward VII: A Biography 1925 Macmillan London. First edition. Quite rare in dust jacket. Near fine, with tissue plate protectors intact, in good DW with long closed tear at front spine fold.

Leinster, Murray The Forgotten Planet 1954 Gnome Press NY. First edition. Fine, sans DW.

L'Engle, Madeleine A Swiftly Tilting Planet 1978 Farrar, Straus and Giroux NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Leonard, Elmore Touch 1987 Arbor House NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Leonard, Elmore Freaky Deaky 1988 Arbor House NY. First edition. Fine in DW with slight soiling.

Lerman, Rhoda The Book of the Night 1984 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Lesser, Milton (ed.) Looking Forward: An Anthology of Science Fiction 1953 Beechhurst NY. First edition. Contains "The King of Thieves" by Jack Vance, stories by Poul Anderson, Isaac Asimof, Ray Bradbury, Raymond F. Jones, Lester Del Rey, Edmond Hamilton, Arthur C. Clarke and others. Fine in DW.

Lessing, Doris The Making of the Representative for Planet 8 1982 Knopf NY. First edition of the fourth book in the Canopus in Argos series. Fine in very good DW.

Lessing, Doris The Sentimental Agents 1983 Knopf NY. First edition of the fifth book in the Canopus in Argos series. Fine in DW.

Lethem, Jonathan Gun, With Occasional Music 1994 Harcourt Brace & Company NY. First edition. Winner of the Crawford award for best fantasy novel and the Locus award for best first novel. Signed by the author on the title page. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1986-2009. Fine in DW.

Lethem, Jonathan Gun, With Occasional Music 1994 Harcourt Brace & Company NY. First edition. Winner of the Crawford award for best fantasy novel and the Locus award for best first novel. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1986-2009. Fine in DW.

Lethem, Jonathan Gun, With Occasional Music 1994 Harcourt Brace & Company NY. First edition. Winner of the Crawford award for best fantasy novel and the Locus award for best first novel. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1986-2009. Near fine in DW.

Lethem, Jonathan and Carter Scholz Kafka Americana 1999 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. One of 26 lettered copies, of which this is 'W'. Signed on the limitation page by both authors. Fine in DW and cloth-covered traycase as issued.

Lethem, Jonathan Motherless Brooklyn 1999 Doubleday NY. First edition. Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award in 1999. Signed by the author on the title page. The basis of the major Hollywood film adaptation directed by Edward Norton, with himself as Lionel Essrog and an all-star cast that includes Alec Baldwin, Willem Dafoe, Bruce Willis, Bobby Canavale, Dallas Roberts, and others. Fine in DW.

Lethem, Jonathan This Shape We're In 2001 McSweeney's NY. First edition. First book from this publisher. 55 page novella with a cover price of $9. Fine in DW.

Leven, Jeremy Satan: His Psychotherapy and Cure 1982 Knopf NY. First edition. Filmed as CRAZY AS HELL in 1982 from a screenplay by Leven. Fine in DW.

Lewis, Stephen And Baby makes None 1991 Walker NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Li Po translated by Shigeyoshi Obata The Works of Li Po 1922 Dutton NY. First edition of this translation. Limited to 1500 copies. Bound in dark maroon leather and a beautiful patterned cloth, with raised gilt pattern, ribs and lettering. Preface states that this is the first attempt ever made to deal with any single Chinese poet exclusively in one book for English-speaking people. Biibliography; biographical notes on Li Po by Chinese authors. Each poem gives the Chinese title and many have explanatory notes. 236 pages. Condition of the boards is good; there is edge wear along spine, corner bumps, and one scrape across the back. Inside very clean. A page in front has small paper label in Chinese. Endpapers are maps. Frontiepiece protected by tissue.

Ligotti, Thomas Grimscribe 1991 Robinson UK. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Linaweaver, Brad Moon of Ice 1988 Arbor House NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Longyear, Barry B. City of Baraboo 1980 Putnam NY. First edition. Author's second book and first novel. Fine in DW.

Lovecraft, H. P. At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels 1964 Arkham House WI. First edition. Fine in DW.

Lucas, E. V. (editor) Lucas' Annual 1914 (September) Macmillan NY. First edition. Collection of stories published in Lucas magazine, including stories by Ernest Bramah ("The Chief Examiner" first book appearance), J. M. Barrie, Saki, Walpole, and others. Rare in DJ. Fine in near fine DJ.

Lupoff, Richard A. (Jacket art by Jeffrey K. Potter) Lovecraft's Book 1985 Arkham House WI. First edition. Long inscription dated 1996 by the author in red ink on the title page. Signed by the dust jacket artist Jeffrey K. Potter on the rear flap. Reportedly, 3544 copies printed. Fine in near-fine dust wrapper with quarter-inch spine heel tear. Includes an additional (unsigned) jacket in fine condition.

Lynn, Elizabeth A. Tales From a Vanished Country 1990 (July) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 10. Number 22 of 50 copies bound in grey leather and signed by the author on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Lynn, Elizabeth A. Tales From A Vanished Country 1990 (July) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 10. Leather bound, number 48 of 50. Signed on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

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Mac Rauch, Earl Buckaroo Banzai 1984 (August) Pocket Books NY. Paperback first edition. Novelization of the film with 8 pages of stills. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

MacAvoy, R. A. The Book of Kells 1985 Bantam NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers with slight spine crease.

MacAvoy, R. A. The Third Eagle 1989 (February) Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

MacAvoy, R. A. The Third Eagle 1989 (February) Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

MacDonald, John D. One More Sunday 1984 Knopf NY. First edition. Spine cocked, two neat ink signatures on rear pastedown, else very good in DW.

MacLean, Alistair When Eight Bells Toll 1966 (October) Collins UK. First edition. Fine in DW with slightly crinkled edges.

MacPherson, Malcolm C. Time Bomb 1986 Dutton NY. First edition. "The race between two geniuses to create the one wqeapon that will decide World War II" (Fermi and Heisenberg.) 290 pages plus notes. Issued at $19. Fine in DW.

Mamet, David Some Freaks 1989 Viking NY. First edition. Collection of essays. Black stripe remainder mark on bottom of page block near spine, else fine in DW.

Manchester, William Beard the Lion 1958 M. S. Mill NY. First edition. Author's third novel and fourth book. Near fine in DW.

Manchester, William Beard the Lion 1958 M. S. Mill NY. First edition. Author's third novel and fourth book. Near fine in DW.

Martin, George R. R. Dying of the Light 1977 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Stamped 'Property of U S Navy' on bottom of page block, blank check-out card affixed to rear end paper, else fine in DW.

Martin, George R. R. Portraits of His Children 1987 Dark Harvest PA. First edition. Collects 11 science fiction and dark fantasy stories. One of 52 lettered copies bound in white imitation leather. Signed by the author, introducer Roger Zelazny, and artists Val Lakey Lindahn and Ron Lindahn. Fine sans DW in wooden slipcase as issued.

Martin, George R. R. Portraits of His Children 1987 Dark Harvest IL. First edition, Inscribed on the half-title page and dated 1/31/97. Previously owned by George R. R. Martin. Near fine in DW.

Martin, George R. R. A Clash of Kings 1998 Voyager UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Martin, George R. R. A Storm of Swords 2000 (November 7) Voyager UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Martin, George R. R. and Gardner Dozois (editors) Songs of the Dying Earth 2009 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Letter E of 26 leather-bound copies signed by all contributors, including Dean Koontz, Neil Gaiman, Matthew Hughes, Kage Baker, Mike Resnick, George R. R. Martin, Gardner Dozois, Robert Silverberg, Dan Simmons, Tanith Lee, Terry Dowling, Neil Gaiman, John C. Wright, Howard Waldrop, Dean Koontz, Jack Vance, and others. Fine in DW and clamshell case.

Martin, George R. R. and Gardner Dozois (editors) Songs of the Dying Earth 2009 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Number 126 of 500 copies signed by all contributors, including Dean Koontz, Neil Gaiman, Matthew Hughes, Kage Baker, Mike Resnick, George R. R. Martin, Gardner Dozois, Robert Silverberg, Dan Simmons, Tanith Lee, Terry Dowling, Neil Gaiman, John C. Wright, Howard Waldrop, Dean Koontz, Jack Vance, and others. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Marx, Groucho Groucho and Me 1959 Bernard Geis NY. First edition. Near fine in DW.

Marx, Groucho Groucho and Me 1959 Bernard Geis NY. First edition. Very good in dust jacket with several closed tears.

Marx, Groucho The Marx Brothers Scrapbook 1973 Darien House NY. First edition. Oversize book profusely illustrated. Inscribed '7.23.74, To ----, I felt my way groping back through the chords, for the passion that slept there in the harp. Love Kim & Harpo.'. Fine except for small stain on front cover.

Masters, John Bhowani Junction 1954 (March) Viking NY. First edition. Near fine except for soiling on the spine panel.

Matheson, Richard What Dreams May Come 1978 Putnam NY. First edition. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-177 and 4A-178. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, Additions. Survey of Science Fiction Literature I, pp. 90-4 and V, pp. 2112-14. Fine in DW.

Matheson, Richard What Dreams May Come 1978 Putnam NY. First edition. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-177 and 4A-178. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, Additions. Survey of Science Fiction Literature I, pp. 90-4 and V, pp. 2112-14. Book is fine except for very slight dampstaining on upper-right corner of middle pages. DW is good with several quarter-inch closed tears and scuffing, also price-sticker residue on front cover.

Matheson, Richard Twilight Zone Scripts 1998 Cemetery Dance NY. First edition. One of the lettered edition, "PC" of 52 copies. Bound in full leather in deluxe traycase, with imported endpapers and featuring full-color frontis artwork by Jill Bauman. Signed by the author and editor Stanley Wiater. Fine sans DW in traycase as issued.

Maxwell, Gerald The Miracle Worker 1907 John W. Luce and Company NY. First edition. Early science fiction involving the switching of brains. Color illustration by George W. Gray. 349 pp. Rare. Very good in cloth boards, no foxing, top edge dusty, boards slightly darkened with age.

May, Julian The Many-Colored Land 1981 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

May, Julian The Many-Colored Land 1981 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW with tiny tear on upper edge of the rear panel, and small discolorations on the rear panel.

McCaffrey, Anne Restoree 1967 (September) Ballantine NY. First edition. Author's first book. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 4-397. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

McCaffrey, Anne Dragonflight 1968 (July) Ballantine NY. First edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

McCaffrey, Anne Decision at Doona 1969 (April) Ballantine NY. First edition. Author's third book. Pages yellowed and faint date stamp on bottom of page block, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

McCaffrey, Anne Dragonsong 1976 Atheneum NY. First edition. First book in the 'Harper Hall' trilogy. Signed by the author on the title page. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 5-109. Dust jacket art by Fred Marcellino. Fine in DW.

McCaffrey, Anne The White Dragon 1978 (June) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

McDevitt, Jack Ancient Shores 1996 (April) HarperPrism NY. First edition. Review copy with publisher's material laid in. Fine in DW.

McDonald, Ian Desolation Road 1990 Drunken Dragon Press UK. First hardcover edition. Author's preferred text; the previous paperback editions did not have author's corrections and omitted two large paragraphs. Number 133 of 150 specially bound, numbered and slipcased copies, signed by the author. Bound in imitation leather, with special endpapers and silver foil to page edge. Winner of the 1989 Locus award for best first novel. Arthur C. Clarke Award nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-742. Fine in DW and slipcase.

McDonald, Ian Desolation Road 1990 Drunken Dragon Press UK. First hardcover edition, trade state. Author's preferred text; the previous paperback editions did not have author's corrections and omitted two large paragraphs. Signed by the author on the title page. Winner of the 1989 Locus award for best first novel. Arthur C. Clarke Award nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-742. Fine in DW and slipcase.

McDonald, Ian Evolution's Shore 1995 Easton Press CT. First edition. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in leather-covered boards.

McInerny, Ralph Second Vespers 1980 Vanguard NY. First edition. A Father Dowling mystery. "Author Francis O'Rourke is dead and dealers, scholars and collectors are after his literary estate.". Fine sans DW.

McInerny, Ralph Thicker Than Water 1981 Vanguard NY. 'A Father Dowling mystery.'. Fine sans DW.

McIntyre, Vonda N. Dreamsnake 1978 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition. Winner of the 1978 Nebula and 1979 Hugo awards for best novel. Fine except for light soiling to upper edge of page block, in fine DW.

McIntyre, Vonda N. Fireflood and Other Stories 1979 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition, inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

McIntyre, Vonda N. Superluminal 1983 Houghton Mifflin NY. Signed and numbered #247/300. Additional signature on the title page. Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

McIntyre, Vonda N. Superluminal 1983 Houghton Mifflin NY. Signed and numbered #239/300. Additional inscription on the title page. Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

McIntyre, Vonda N. The Bride 1985 (July) Dell NY. Paperback first edition. Includes photographs from the film. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

McIntyre, Vonda N. Transition 1990 Easton Press CT. First edition. Signed by the author. Bound in full leather. Fine sans DW as issued.

McIntyre, Vonda N. Transition 1990 Easton Press CT. Signed first edition. Bound in gray leather with gold gilt design, all edges gilt. Introduction by Kevin J. Anderson. Fine sans DW as issued.

McKenna, Stephen The Oldest God 1929 Little, Brown and Company NY. Advance excerpt of the first edition, This is a presentation copy signed with a brief inscription to Arkham House co-founder Donald Wandrei. Six pages bound in custom cloth-covered boards; probably specially commissioned by the author. Bleiler [1978 Checklist, page 130]. Reginald 09932. Very good in red cloth covered boards with a couple of small dampstains to the binding and a single-page summary tipped onto the front flyleaf.

McKenzie, Ellen Kindt Drujienna's Harp 1971 (April 26) Dutton NY. First edition. Review slip laid in. Fine except for moderate foxing along top of page block, and white sticker residue at bottom of spine.

McKillip, Patricia Fool's Run 1987 (April) Warner NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Mead, David G. An Encyclopedia of Jack Vance, volume 2 2002 Edwin Mellen Press NY. First edition. Listing and defining all the people, places, and things created by Jack Vance for his fiction. Very good.

Meades, Rob and David B. Wake (eds.) Drabble II - Double Century 1990 (April 10) Beccon UK. First edition. Collection of 100 original stories, each 100 words, by Zelazny, De Lint, CJ Cherryh, Arthur C. Clarke, Jane Yolen and others. Nuber 447 of 1000 copies. Fine in DW.

Meckauer, Walter The Books of the Emperor Wu Ti 1928 Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft Berlin. First edition. (German title is "Die Bucher des Kaisers Wutai"). This novel, steeped in rich oriental fantasy, is the story of Shu Yee, a merchant in Nanking, who, having attained material success, sets his heart upon acquiring the magic books o f the Emperor Wu Ti, which hold the key to all knowledge. Jugend prize winner. Not in Blieler. 283 pp. Small octavo, illustrated boards, orange leather gilt-stamped spine. A very attractive edition in very good condition. Two small nicks to the paper covering the lower edge of the cover, spine very mildly rubbed, faint foxing to the endpapers, otherwise contents are clean and the binding is tight.

Merril, Judith (ed.) SF: '57 1957 Gnome Press NY. First edition. "The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy." Includes first book appearance of J. G. Ballard ("Prima Ballerina".) Includes stories by Asimov, Knight, Kornbluth, Sturgeon and others. Near fine in DW with small closed tear at bottom of front cover, and slight edge damage.

Meth, Clifford Lawrence and Ricia Mainhardt, eds. Strange Kaddish 1996 Aardwolf NE. First edition. Limited to 500 copies signed by all contributers; Harlan Ellison, Neil Gaiman, Bill Messner-Loebs, Clifford Lawrence Meth, Shira Daemon and Mike Pascale. This is copy #106. Scarce. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Meyer, John J. 13 Seconds That Rocked the World or The Mentator 1935 Rae D. Henkle NY. First edition. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-205 [206-208: blank] [note: last leaf is a blank], original decorated yellow cloth, front and spine panels stamped in red, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. With original pictorial dust jacket. Scientists create a gigantic thought-reading machine to unite and focus seventeen hundred million human brains to direct mankind. Robot Brain (The Mentator) plots to take over the world! Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 561. Lewis, Utopian Literature, p. 122. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 157. Negley, Utopian Literature: A Bibliography 782. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 207. Bleiler (1978), p. 139. Reginald 10087. Book is near fine, DW is very good.

Mieville, China King Rat 1998 Macmillan UK. First edition, a trade paperback original. Author's first book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Mieville, China Perdido Street Station 2000 Macmillan UK. First edition. Author's second novel and first UK hardcover. Fine in DW.

Mieville, China Perdido Street Station 2000 Macmillan UK. First edition. Author's second novel and first UK hardcover. Fine in DW.

Mieville, China Perdido Street Station 2000 Macmillan UK. First edition. Author's second novel and first UK hardcover. Fine in DW.

Mieville, China The Scar 2002 Macmillan UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Mieville, China The Scar 2002 Macmillan UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Mieville, China The Tain 2002 PS Publishing UK. First edition. #332 of 400 hardcover copies, signed by the author and introducer M. John Harrison on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Mieville, China This Census-Taker 2016 Random House. First edition. Very good with bumping to the corners, one page dog-eared, in very good DW with barcode labels on lower spine and lower back panel.

Miller, Marvin Breath of Scandal 1957 Marvin Miller Press LA. First edition. Foreword by Lord Dunsany. Signed and dated by the author on FEP. Fine with VG DW.

Mines, Samuel ed. The Best From Startling Stories 1953 Henry Holt NY. First edition. Contains "Noise" by Jack Vance. Introduction by Robert Heinlein. Very good in DW.

Mirrlees, Hope The Counterplot 1925 (March) Knopf NY. First edition. Number 156 of 1500 copies. Rubbed corners, and a neat bookplate affixed to the front pastedown, else very good. The colorful boards and spine are bright.

Mirrlees, Hope Lud in the Mist 1927 Knopf NY. First edition. Very rare. Very good in DW. Green cloth binding and art deco decorated paper boards and a wonderful deco dustjacket illustration. Some tiny scuffs to the bottom and top edges of boards and corners. Dust jacket has been price-clipped and has some chips at edge, upper edge corner and at top of spine. Back and spine of DJ is sunned, and somewhat darker than the front. This book was printed in a relatively small numbered first edition. The numbers were listed on the inner flap of the DJ. However, someone foolishly clipped half the book number marking when they clipped the price, leaving only the "No." Also someone long past preserved/reinforced the DJ with some inner paper strips. They are not visible from the outside.

Modelski, George (ed.) Transnational Corporations and World Order 1979 W. H. Freeman NY. First edition. "Readings in International Political Economy." 429 pages plus glossary. Fine.

Molloy, Michael The Witch Trade 2001 (September) Chicken House UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Moloney, Kathleen and Shawna McCarthy Asimov's Wonders of the World 1982 Dial Press NY. First edition. Stories by Asimov, Benford, Silverberg, Joan Vinge, Gene Wolfe and others. First book publication of award-winning Connie Willis' "Firewatch". Slight crinkling to edges, else fine in DW.

Monteleone, Thomas F. Borderlands Volume 1 1990 Maclay MD. First edition. Collects 25 original stories by Harlan Ellison, John Shirley, Chet Williamson, Ed Gorman, Thomas Tessier, Karl Edward Wagner, Charles L. Grant, Joe Lansdale and others. Signed by the contributors on the limitation page. Fine sans DW in slipcase as issued.

Moorcock, Michael The Chinese Agent 1970 Macmillan NY. First edition. 'A Cock Robin Mystery'. Fine in bright, very good price-clipped DW.

Moorcock, Michael Legends From the End of Time 1976 Harper & Row NY. First edition Signed 12-Jun-91. Fine in DW.

Moore, Christopher Practical Demon-Keeping 1992 (January) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Moore, Christopher Practical Demon-Keeping 1992 (January) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Moore, Christopher Practical Demon-Keeping 1992 (January) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Moore, Christopher Practical Demon-Keeping 1992 (January) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Moore, Christopher Practical Demon-Keeping 1992 (January) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's first book. Gouge on front cover, else fine in near-fine DW.

Moore, Christopher Coyote Blue 1994 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Author's second book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Moore, Christopher Coyote Blue 1994 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Review copy with promotional materials, including photo laid in. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Moore, Christopher Bloodsucking Fiends 1995 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Inscribed "To Brandy / Best Blood / (signature)" on the title page. Fine in DW.

Moore, Christopher Island of the Sequined Love Nuns 1997 (August) Avon NY. First edition. Signed and dated one month prior to publication on the title page. Fine in first and second state DWs.

Moore, Christopher A Dirty Job 2006 (April) Morrow NY. First editon. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Moore, Raylyn (edited by Polly and Kelly Freas) What Happened to Emily Goode After the Great Exhibition 1978 Starblaze VA. First edition. Raylyn was the wife of Ward Moore. Stunning Kelly Freas wrap-around painting on covers. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Moran, Daniel Keys The Ring 1988 (October) Doubleday NY. First edition. Excellent post-apocalyptic novel. Based on a screenplay by William Stewart and Joanne Nelsen that was never produced. Cover art by Shusei. Fine in DW.

Moran, Daniel Keys The Ring 1988 (October) Doubleday NY. First edition. Excellent post-apocalyptic novel. Based on a screenplay by William Stewart and Joanne Nelsen that was never produced. Cover art by Shusei. Fine in DW.

Moran, Daniel Keys The Ring 1988 (October) Doubleday NY. First edition. Excellent post-apocalyptic novel. Based on a screenplay by William Stewart and Joanne Nelsen that was never produced. Cover art by Shusei. Fine in DW.

Moran, Daniel Keys and Jodi Moran Terminal Freedom 1997 (March) Queen of Angels LA. First edition. One of an unknown number of unnumbered copies, from an edition of 500 signed and numbered copies. Signed by both authors on the limitation page. A self-published book, purchased from the author. Fine in DW.

Morgan, Richard Altered Carbon 2002 Gollancz UK. First edition. Author's first book. Winner of the 2004 Philip K. Dick Award. Fine in DW.

Morgan, Richard Altered Carbon 2002 Gollancz UK. First edition. Author's first book. Winner of the 2004 Philip K. Dick Award. Fine in DW.

Morris, Janet and Chris Threshold 1990 (August) ROC NY. First edition. Fine in DW. Small remainder mark on bottom edge of pages.

Morris, Janet and Chris Threshold 1990 (August) ROC NY. First edition. Fine in DW. Small remainder mark on bottom edge of pages.

Morris, Kenneth (edited by Helynn Hoffa) Through Dragon Eyes 1980 Ben-Sen Press CA. Collects three Oriental tales, "The Eyeless Dragon," "Red-Peach-Blossom Inlet" and "The White Bird Inn," plus a translation of a long poem by Ssu- K'ung T'u. Introduction by editor Helynn Hoffa. Fine in printed wraps.

Morrow, James The Wine of Violence 1981 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition of the author's first novel. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 409. Near fine in DW that has slight crinkling on the edges, and top page edges dusty.

Morrow, James The Wine of Violence 1981 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition of the author's first novel. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 409. Near fine in DW that has slight crinkling on the edges.

Morrow, James The Continent of Lies 1984 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Morrow, James Only Begotten Daughter 1990 Morrow NY. First edition. Co-winner of the 1991 World Fantasy Award. Fine in DW.

Morrow, James Swatting at the Cosmos 1990 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Issue #8 of "Author's Choice Monthly", this is one of 10 copies bound in red leather and marked "staff red" on the limitation page. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in full red leather sans DW as issued.

Morrow, James Swatting at the Cosmos 1990 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Issue #8 of "Author's Choice Monthly", this is number 16 of 50 copies bound in leather. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in full grey leather sans DW as issued.

Morrow, James Swatting at the Cosmos 1990 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Issue #8 of "Author's Choice Monthly", this is number 288 of 300 copies bound in cloth. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Morrow, James Blameless In Abaddon 1996 Harcourt Brace & Company NY. First edition. Near fine, with anti-theft sticker on inside of spine panel of DW.

Mullowney M.D., John J. A Revelation of the Chinese Revolution 1914 Fleming H. Revell Co. NY. First edition. 142pp. "A Retrospect and Forecast, by a Chinese Compatriot." Many b&w photographic plates throughtout. Long ink inscription by author to original owner, dated October 22nd 1914, on the front free endpaper. Small sticker with original owner's name and address on the front pastedown. Mullowney organized the first Red Cross Corps in Northern China, and actually wrote (not edited) this book from firsthand accounts from former government officials under the Manchus, sympathizers with General Hwang Hsing (who worked with Sun Yat-sen), and other leaders of the Revolution against the Manchu Dynasty and Yuan Shi-kai. It is a fascinating account of the troubled times of that period, very detailed in its political account. Bottom corner is bumped, extending throughout the book. Small ding in the spine not affecting text. Frontispiece tissue partially detached, but pages are clean and tight. Very good overall.

Munn, H. Warner Merlin's Ring 1974 (June) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Munn, H. Warner The Banner of Joan 1975 Donald Grant RI. First edition. Limited to 975 copies. Epic poem cycle on Joan of Arc by a member of the Weird Tales group and friend of H. P. Lovecraft. Fine in DW.

Murphy, Pat The City, Not Long After 1989 (March) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition/. Fine in DW.

Murphy, Pat The City, Not Long After 1989 (March) Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition. Very good in fine DW with tiny chip missing from the top edge of the rear cover.

Myers, John Myers Out On Any Limb 1942 Dutton NY. First edition. Author's second book, a story of adventure in the time of Queen Elizabeth. Near fine in unclipped DW.

Myers, John Myers The Wild Yazoo 1947 Dutton NY. First edition. Author's third book, a frontier Northern-Mississippi adventure. Near fine in very good in unclipped DW with spine chips and a short closed tear on the back cover.

Myers, John Myers Silverlock 1949 Dutton NY. First edition. A great favorite with a multitude of classical references. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1219. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 6. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 818. Fine in DW, book has rubbing on bottom edges, DW has tiny tears and wrinkles along edges.

Myers, John Myers Silverlock 1949 Dutton NY. First edition. A great favorite with a multitude of classical references. One of my favorite fantasy books. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1219. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 6. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 818. Fine in very good DW with some wear and tear, and faded spine.

Myers, John Myers The Deaths of the Bravos 1962 Little, Brown and Company NY. First edition. Fine in very good unclipped DW.

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Newcomer, Alan Bard (ed.) Strained Relations 1989 Hypatia Press Eugene, OR. First edition. Eugene Writer's Series One. Number "LI" of 100 roman-numbered copies, signed by all contributors, including Ray Vukcevich, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Joyce A. Cowan and Dean Wesley Smith. Fine in grey leather boards stamped in red and black, sans DW as issued.

Newton, A. Edward Bibliography and pseudo-Bibliography 1936 University of Pennsylvania Press PA. First edition. Inscribed "The last essay is pretty good in the opinion of the author / A Edward Newton / Oct 30, 1936" on the front free endpaper. Fine in near-fine price-clipped DW.

Nichols, Robert Fantastica 1923 Chatto & Windus London. First edition Romances of Idea Vol 1. "The plutocratic 'Brains of Power' control the world. They cleverly exploit Christianity to keep the people quiet. An enormous pseudo-religious propaganda campaign is launched." - Gerber, Utopian Fantasy (1973), p. 148. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-272. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1622. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 595. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 50. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 166. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 173. Bleiler (1978), p. 148. Reginald 10671. Good.

Nicholson, William The Wind Singer 2000 Mammoth UK. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Nicholson, William Slaves of the Mastery 2001 Mammoth UK. First edition. Second in the "Wind On Fire" trilogy. Fine in DW.

Nicholson, William Slaves of the Mastery 2001 Mammoth UK. First edition. Second in the "Wind On Fire" trilogy. Fine in DW.

Nicholson, William Firesong 2002 Egmont UK. First edition. Third in the "Wind On Fire" trilogy. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry World of Ptavvs 1966 (August) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Signed and dated '11/28/1982' by the author on the title page. Slight creases on covers, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry World of Ptavvs 1966 (August) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Slight creases on front cover, else near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry A Gift From Earth 1968 (September) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Center SFBC advertisiment still bound in. Inscribed "To Mike" by the author on the title page. Price neatly blacked out, ink stamp 'SEP 5 - 1968' on bottom page edges, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry A Gift From Earth 1968 (September) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Center SFBC advertisiment missing. Price neatly scratched out, soine slightly rolled, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry Ringworld 1970 (October) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Contains the famous 'sun rising in the West' error. Slight spine and front cover crease, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry Ringworld 1970 (October) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Contains the famous 'sun rising in the West' error. Inscribed "To Mike" by the author on the title page. Slight spine crease, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry Ringworld 1970 (October) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Contains the famous 'sun rising in the West' error. Front cover separating from spine (re-inforced with tape), cover damaged horizontally by tape being removed, else good in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry Ringworld 1970 (October) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Contains the famous 'sun rising in the West' error. All prices neatly covered with black ink, else very good in uncreased pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry All the Myriad Ways 1971 (June) Ballantine Canada. Paperback Canadian first edition, issued at the same time as the American edition. Collection of short stories. Crease on front cover and along spine, slight spotting on bottom of page block, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry All the Myriad Ways 1971 (June) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Collection of short stories. Three-inch corner crease on front cover, ink signature on title page, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry Ringworld 1973 Editions Opta Fr. First French edition. Number 3076 of 5200 numbered copies. Slight spine slant, else fine in yellow cloth boards.

Niven, Larry Protector 1973 (September) Ballantine NY. Paperback first edition. Spine creases on front and back covers, book store stamp on top of page edges, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Niven, Larry A World Out Of Time 1976 Holt, Rinehart and Winston New York. First hardcover, name corrected by artist (Rick Sternbach) on DW, signed by Niven on title page. Slight rubbing on bottom of spine, else fine in DW.

Niven, Larry and Jerry Pournelle Lucifer's Hammer 1977 Playboy New York. Signed by Niven and Pournelle on the title page, with a short inscription by Pournelle. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry and Jerry Pournelle Lucifer's Hammer 1977 Playboy New York. First edition, signed by Niven on title page. Fine, book and DW have bumps and short tears on top and bottom of spine.

Niven, Larry The Magic Goes Away 1978 Ace New York. First edition, signed by author on first flyleaf. One of 1000 unnumbered copies. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry The Magic Goes Away 1978 Ace New York. First edition, signed by author on first flyleaf. One of 1000 unnumbered copies. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry The Integral Trees 1983 Del Rey NY. First edition, signed by Niven on title page. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry The Integral Trees 1983 Del Rey NY. First edition, signed by Niven on title page. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry The Integral Trees 1983 Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry Niven's Laws 1984 PSFS PA. First edition. Ten Draco's Tavern stories plus a selection of essays. Published by the Philadelphia Sceince Fiction Society. Inscribed "To Mike" by the author on the title page. Fine wirthout DW as issued.

Niven, Larry and Jerry Pournelle Footfall 1985 Del Rey New York. Signed by Niven on the title page. Purchased from Niven. As new in DW.

Niven, Larry and Jerry Pournelle Footfall 1985 Del Rey New York. Signed by Niven on the title page. Purchased from Niven. As new in DW.

Niven, Larry and Jerry Pournelle and Steven Barnes The Legacy of Heorot 1987 Simon & Schuster New York. First edition, signed by Niven and Barnes on title page. Remainder stamp on bottom page edges, else unread.

Niven, Larry The Smoke Ring 1987 Del Rey NY. First edition, signed by Niven on title page. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry and Steven Barnes Achille's Choice 1991 TOR NY. First edition. Signed by Niven & Barnes on title page. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry Playgrounds of the Mind 1991 (October) TOR NY. First edition. Collection of stories and essays. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry and Steven Barnes The California Voodoo Game 1992 (February) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry Jerry Pournelle and Steven Barnes Beowulf's Children 1995 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Review sheet laid in. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry The Ringworld Throne 1996 (June) Del Rey NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the half-title page. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry The Ringworld Throne 1996 (June) Del Rey NY. First edition. Inscribed "To Mike" by the author on the half-title page. Fine in DW.

Niven, Larry and Jerry Pournelle The Burning City 2000 (March) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Signed By Niven on a special bookplate affixed to the ffep, "Sixty copies have been reserved for friends of Larry Niven.". Fine in DW.

Nolan, William F. and George Clayton Johnson Logan's Run 1967 Dial Press NY. First edition, ex-library, signed on title page Signed in person. Fine except for library pocket on ffe, in DW.

Nolan, William F. Space For Hire 1971 Lancer NY. Paperback first edition. Signed by the author on the first page. Running to front cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Nolan, William F. and Martin H. Greenberg (eds.) The Bradbury Chronicles 1991 (November) ROC NY. First edition. Signed and with a drawing by William Nolan on the page facing the title page. A collection of 22 original stories in honor of Ray Bradbury. Fine in DW.

Nollen, Scott Allen with Sara Jane Karloff Boris Karloff: A Gentleman's Life 1999 Midnight Marquee Press MD. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wraps.

Norton, Andre Witch World 1963 Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Ace F-97. Vertical cover creases, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Norton, Andre Moon of Three Rings 1966 Viking NY. First edition. Inscribed to Roger Zelazny on the front free endpaper. Fine in DW.

Nourse, Alan E. Raiders From the Ring 1962 David McKay NY. First edition. Book plate on front pastedown, else fine in purple cloth boards.

Nourse, Alan E. The Universe Between 1965 David McKay NY. First edition. Fine.

Nourse, Alan E. The Fourth Horseman 1983 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Novel about the black plague in modern America. Inscribed to Mike. Fine in DW.

Nye, Bill (Edgar Wilson Nye) A Guest at the Ludlow 1897 Bowen-Merrill IN. First edition. BAL 15166. 272pp. Illustrated by Louis Brunhold. Collection of short stories. Scarce in dust jacket. Very good in chipped and faded DW.

Nye, Edgar Wilson Will Carleton, Edward Eggleston Laurence Hutton Liber Scriptorum 1930c. Unusual collection of stories and poems, each page is stiff paper, probably cut from existing books, glued to pages in a custom bound book. Each story and poem is signed on the last page by the contributor. Probably unique; no date, copyright, printer or publisher information. Top edge gilt. Contains "Literature in a Dress Suit" by Charles Dudley Warner, "The Book of My Babyhood", by Laurence Hutton, "Our Summer Life at Wianno", by Moncure Daniel Conway, "In Defense of the Dead", by Edward Eggleston, "Fin De Siecle" by Edmund Clarence Stedman, "The Professor on How to Train our Wives and Children", by F. Hopkinson Smith, "The Lex Loci of the Hired Girl" by Edgar Wilson Nye,(Signed Bill Nye), and The Ghost of Sable Island" by Will Carleton. This book was part of a collector's lot packed in the 1930's and unpacked in 1990's, assembled by a Chicago Banker. Near fine.

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O'Brien, Edward J. (ed.) The Best Short Stories of 1928 1928 Dodd, Mead and Company NY. First edition. Collection of stories, including "The Story of Wan and the Remarkable Shrub" by Ernest Bramah. Includes stories by Dorothy Parker, Fanny Hurst, Morley Callaghan, Katherine Brush, Louis Bromfield, Walter D. Edmonds, and others. Rare in dust jacket. Near fine in very good DW with small chip missing from the upper edge of the spine, and small closed tears on the upper edge of the rear panel.

Old, Walter Gorn The Shu King 1904 Theosophical Publishing Society London & Benares. First edition of this translation. "Being an Authentic Record of the Religion, Philosophy, Customs and Government of the Chinese From the Earliest Times." The author translated this from the ancient text and included a commentary. Chapters include What Yaou Said, the Shining of Shun, the Toils of Ta-yu, Ending of Hia, the Reformation of Tai-Kia, the Parley of Puon-Kang, a Wise Man From The Wilderness, the Ruin of Yin & Two Pointed Things. Custom bound in three-quarter dark blue morocco leather over blue cloth. Ornaments and lettering stamped in gilt. Top edge gilt, raised bands, with marbled endpapers. 7 1/2" x 5" 306 pages. Very good.

O'Malley, Patrick The Affair Of The Blue Pig 1965 M. S. Mill NY. First edition. The further adventures of Harrigan and Hoeffler. Near fine in DW.

Orton, Helen Fuller The Little Lost Pigs 1925 Frederick A. Stokes NY. First edition. Color illustrations by Luxor Price. 96 pp. Near fine in green cloth-covered boards with color illustration on front cover.

Osborn, James N. Neo-Philobiblon: Ruminations on Manuscript Collecting 1973 Univ of Texas TX. First edition. Fourth annual Lew David Feldman lectureship in bibliography. Fine.

Owen, Frank The Wind That Tramps the World 1929 Lantern Press NY. "Splashes of Chinese Color." First edition. Seven stories. Fantasy Literature 3-278. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1268. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 171. Bleiler (1978), p. 152. Reginald 11080. Near fine in DW.

Owen, Frank The Porcelain Magician 1948 Gnome Press NY. First edition. The second Gnome Press book. 3500 copies printed. Collects 14 stories. The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1270. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 858. Near fine in chipped and creased good DW.

Oxnam, Robert B. Cinnabar 1989 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. "A Novel of China." Issued at $19. Fine in DW.

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Park, Paul Soldiers of Paradise 1987 Arbor House NY. First edition. Author's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Park, Paul Soldiers of Paradise 1987 Arbor House NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Park, Paul Sugar Rain 1989 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's second book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Park, Paul Sugar Rain 1989 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Park, Paul The Cult of Loving Kindness 1991 Morrow NY. First edition. Author's third book. Fine in DW.

Park, Paul No Traveller Returns 2004 PS Publishing. First edition. #239 of 300 hardcover copies signed on the limitation page by Paul Park and introducer Elizabeth Hand. Fine in DW.

Parker, Robert B. Taming a Sea-Horse 1986 Delacorte NY. First edition. 'A Spenser Novel'. Fine in DW, except for small ex-lib embossed stamp on ffep.

Parker, Robert B. Pale Kings and Horses 1987 Delacorte NY. First edition. 'A Spenser Novel'. Fine in DW.

Parrish, J. M. and John R. Crossland, eds. The Great Book of Humour 1935 Odhams Press UK. First edition. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah, G. K. Chesterton, P. G., Wodehouse, Geoffrey Farnol, Oscar Wilde, and others. Frontispiece art by Nicolas Bentley. Near fine.

Pavlou, Stel Decipher 2001 Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Peake, Mervyn Gormenghast 1950 Eyre & Spottiswoode UK. First edition. Second book of the "Gormenghast" sequence. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-285. Cawthorn and Moorcock, Fantasy: The 100 Best Books 64. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 10. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 868. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature IV, pp. 1947-53. Reginald 11244. Near fine in very good DW.

Pearce, Gerald Orphans 1990 Walker NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW. Manufacturing defect near page 134; wrinkling causing dimples to appear top and bottom of page block.

Peh Der, Chen (introduction by Ernest Bramah) Honourable and Peculiar Ways 1932 Hamish Hamilton UK. First edition. Introduction by Ernest Bramah. Illust. by Harold W. Hailstone. "First book of Chinese impressions of England; it is instructive as well as amusing to see ourselves through Oriental eyes". Fine in very slightly frayed DW.

Pelan, John Axolotl Special #1 1989 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #43 of 100, signed by Lucius Shepard, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Michael Shea, John Kessel, Bruce Sterling and Thomas Ligotti. Includes stories by Michael Shea, Lucius Shepard and Jessica Amanda Salmonson. Fine without DW as issued.

Pellegrino, Charles Flying to Valhalla 1993 (June) Avon/Morrow NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Penniman, James Hosmer Make the Most of Books 1911 C. W. Bardeen NY. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the ffep in pencil, and dated 1929. Rare. Near fine in dark green cloth on boards.

Pfeil, Don ed. Vertex-1 1973 Mankind Publishing NY. Vertex was a well produced effort in the early 70s to produce a professionally viable sf magazine featuring many top authors, quality art, and interesting science articles. This is the publisher's bound edition of the first 6 (1973) issues, black buckram with silver stamping and all covers included. Featuring authors such as Robert Heinlein, Larry Niven, George R. R. Martin, and A.E. Van Vogt. Fine sans DW as issued.

Pinkwater, Daniel The Worms of Kukumlima 1981 Dutton NY. First edition. Jacket illustration by Daniel Pinkwater. Fine in DW.

Pinkwater, Daniel Borgel 1990 Macmillan NY. First edition. Name on front pastedown, else near fine in very good DW with sticker residue on rear cover.

Pinkwater, Daniel The Afterlife Diet 1995 Random House NY. First editiion. 11,000 copies issued. Fine in DW.

Pohl, Frederik (ed) Star Science Fiction Stories 1953 Ballantine NY. First edition. The pioneer SF original anthology series. Fifteen stories by C. M. Kornbluth, Lester Del Rey, Fritz Leiber, Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov and others. Pages very yellowed, else very good in a dust jacket that has a 1/4 inch chip missing from the top of the spine panel, else very good.

Pohl, Frederik The Science Fiction Roll of Honor 1975 Random House NY. First edition. Signed on the title page. Very good in very good DW.

Pohl, Frederik The Way the Future Was 1978 (August) Del Rey NY. First edition. Autobiography. Price-sticker smudge on ffep, else fine in price-clipped DW.

Pohl, Frederik Starburst 1982 Del Rey NY. First edition. One dust jacket has a note to author Clifford Simak (Cliff) on the reverse side from editor Judy Lynn Del Rey (Judy Lynn). Fine in two DWs.

Politi, Leo Rosa 1963 Scribners NY. Apparently a book club edition. Very good in price-clipped DW.

Pournelle, Jerry King David's Spaceship 1980 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Fine in DW. Small remainder mark on bottom page ends.

Powers, Tim The Skies Discrowned 1976 (May) Laser NY. First edition. Author's first book. Inscribed 'Keep in mind I was only 23 when I wrote this, ok?' and signed Tim'othy' Powers on the title page, upside-down as usual. Very good in pictorial wrappers with a price sticker on the front cover.

Powers, Tim The Skies Discrowned 1976 (May) Laser NY. First edition. Author's first book. Inscribed upside down (as usual for this left-handed author) on the title page. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim The Skies Discrowned 1976 (May) Laser NY. First edition. Author's first book. Inscribed upside down (as usual for this left-handed author) on the title page. Fine except for small dark stains on the top of the pages, in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim Epitaph in Rust 1976 (November) Laser NY. First edition. Author's second book. Inscribed and dated '13-Apr-91' upside down (as usual) on the title page. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim Epitaph in Rust 1976 (November) Laser NY. First edition. Author's second book. Inscribed and dated '9/16/89' upside down (as usual) on the title page. Very good in pictorial wrappers with large peice torn from the bottom of the rear cover.

Powers, Tim The Drawing of the Dark 1979 (June) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's third book. Inscribed and dated '1/26/85' on the inside front cover, right-side up (unusual for this left-handed author). Slight chipping to the edges of the covers, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim The Drawing of the Dark 1979 (June) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's third book. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim The Drawing of the Dark 1979 (June) Del Rey NY. Paperback first edition. Author's third book. Prices and spine creased inked out, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim The Anubis Gates 1983 (December) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's fourth book. Signed upside-down (as usual) by the author on the title page. Spine and front cover creases, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim The Anubis Gates 1983 (December) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's fourth book. Inscribed 'This non-fiction work' on the title page, upside-down as usual. Slight chipping to the edges of the covers, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim The Anubis Gates 1983 (December) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's fourth book. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Spine crease, else near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim and James Blaylock Offering the Bicentennial Edition of the Complete Twelve Hours of the Night 1985 Cheap Street NY. First edition. Printed cover with folded page tipped in. Poem and text of description, (excluding the description of the book itself) written by Powers and Blaylock as an intended hoax. Signed "William Ashbless" with Powers and Blaylock trading off signing "William" or "Ashbless". Fine.

Powers, Tim Dinner at Deviant's Palace 1985 (January) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's fifth book. Inscribed and dated '1/26/85' on the inside front cover, right-side up (unusual for this left-handed author). Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim Dinner at Deviant's Palace 1985 (January) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's fifth book. Inscribed on the title page, upside down as usual. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Powers, Tim Night Moves 1986 Axolotl Seattle. First edition, copy Q of 26 lettered leatherbound copies, signed by the author and introducer James Blaylock on the limitation page. Additional inscriptions by Powers, Blaylock, publishers John and Kathy Pelan, and printer Matt Hargreaves on the title page, Powers' inscription dated "3/27/87". First book issued by this publisher. Includes the single-sheet prospectus for this book laid in. John Pelan notes that "Matt Hargreaves was of course far more than just the printer, he did the book layout and in fact inspired Axolotl Press by producing two books the preceding year to commemorate the guest appearances of Anne McCaffrey and Avram Davidson at Norwescon. It was a discussion of these two books, one collector to another that led to Tim asking me if I'd be interested in publishing a new short story.". Fine in blue full-leather boards, sans DW as issued. Prospectus is neatly folded, else fine.

Powers, Tim Night Moves 1986 Axolotl Seattle. First edition, one of 300 unnumbered and signed paperbound copies. Signed again by Powers and Blaylock and dated 6/8/91 on title page. First book issued by this publisher. Fine in printed wrappers.

Powers, Tim with James P. Blaylock The Way Down the Hill, with The Pink of Fading Flamingos 1986 Axolotl Seattle. First edition, one of unknown number of unnumbered leather-bound copies, signed by Tim Powers, Edward Bryant, James Blaylock and Charles De Lint. Double edition containing short stories. Fine sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim with James P. Blaylock The Way Down the Hill, with The Pink of Fading Flamingos 1986 Axolotl Seattle. First edition, number 44 of 50 leather-bound copies, signed by Tim Powers, Edward Bryant, James Blaylock and Charles De Lint. Double edition containing short stories. Fine sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim with James P. Blaylock The Way Down the Hill, with The Pink of Fading Flamingos 1986 Axolotl Seattle. First limited trade edition, unnumbered of 400, signed by Tim Powers, Edward Bryant, James Blaylock and Charles De Lint. Signed again on the title page by Tim Powers. Double edition containing short stories. Fine, slight blemish on Blaylock cover.

Powers, Tim with James P. Blaylock The Way Down the Hill, with The Pink of Fading Flamingos 1986 Axolotl Seattle. First limited trade edition, unnumbered of 400, signed by the Tim Powers, Edward Bryant, James Blaylock and Charles De Lint. Double edition containing short stories. Fine in printed wrappers.

Powers, Tim On Stranger Tides 1987 (November) Ace NY. First edition. 1988 Locus, World Fantasy and Hugo nominee for best novel. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim On Stranger Tides 1987 (November) Ace NY. First edition. 1988 Locus, World Fantasy and Hugo nominee for best novel. Signed and dated "Halloween '87" by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim On Stranger Tides 1987 (November) Ace NY. First edition. 1988 Locus, World Fantasy and Hugo nominee for best novel. Signed (upside down as usual) by the author on the title page. Near fine in DW.

Powers, Tim On Stranger Tides 1987 (November) Ultramarine Press NY. First edition. 1988 Locus, World Fantasy and Hugo nominee for best novel. #82 of 150 copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Bound in quarter leather by Dernis Gouey. Fine sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim The Stress of Her Regard 1989 Charnel House NY. First edition. First book from this noted fine-press publisher. 1990 Nebula award nominee. 1990 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Letter "E" of 26 lettered copies signed by the author, introducer Dean Koontz and author of afterword James P. Blaylock on the African maple limitation page, bound in Niger leather. Fine in custom hand-streaked denim slipcase (not issued by the publisher) with slight smudges on the corners, without DW as issued.

Powers, Tim The Stress of Her Regard 1989 Charnel House NY. First edition. First book from this noted fine-press publisher 1990 Nebula award nominee. 1990 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Number 46 of 500 numbered copies signed by the author, introducer Dean Koontz and author of afterword James P. Blaylock on the African maple limitation page, bound in hand-streaked denim. Fine in hand-streaked denim slipcase without DW as issued.

Powers, Tim The Stress of Her Regard 1989 (September) Ace NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page, upside down as usual. 1990 Nebula award nominee. 1990 Mythopoeic award winner for best fantasy. Remainder mark on bottom edge of pages, else fine in DW.

Powers, Tim The Drawing of the Dark 1991 Hypatia Press OR. First edition. Number "LXII" of 70 copies. Signed by the author, author of the introduction K. W. Jeter, and author of the afterword James P. Blaylock. Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim Last Call 1992 Charnel House NY. First edition. Letter R of 26 signed and lettered copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Full Moroccan leather with a tarot card and two chips from the Flamingo Hilton embedded in the front cover. The end papers are made from uncut sheets of one dollar bills. The limitation page is of uncut two dollar bills. A bookmark of a trimmed two dollar bill is laid in. Fine sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim Last Call 1992 Charnel House NY. First edition. One of an unknown number of "PC" copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in paper slipcase without DW as issued.

Powers, Tim Last Call 1992 Charnel House NY. First edition. Number 93 of 350 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in paper slipcase without DW as issued.

Powers, Tim Last Call 1992 Morrow NY. First trade edition. Winner of the 1993 World Fantasy Award. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Last Call 1992 Morrow NY. First trade edition. Winner of the 1993 World Fantasy Award. Review copy with publisher's material laid in. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Last Call 1992 Morrow NY. First trade edition. Winner of the 1993 World Fantasy Award. Slight manufacturing defect at top of pages 229 through 234, noticeable when book is closed, and slight soiling to top of page block near spine, else fine in DW.

Powers, Tim The Skies Discrowned 1993 (March) Cahill CA. First hardcover edition. Number 48 of 300 leather-bound copies, signed on the limitation page by Powers, James Blaylock, who wrote the introduction, and Phil Parks the artist. Signed again by Powers on the title page, upside down as usual. Includes an ink drawing by Powers labelled 'Tyler, Drunk' on the title page, also upside down. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim The Skies Discrowned 1993 (March) Cahill CA. First hardcover edition. Number 60 of 300 leather-bound copies, signed on the limitation page by Powers, James Blaylock, who wrote the introduction, and Phil Parks the artist. Signed again by Powers on the title page, upside down as usual. Includes an ink drawing by Powers labelled 'Rovzar vs. Costa' on the title page, also upside down. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Expiration Date 1995 HarperCollins UK. First edition. Inscribed to Mike by the author on the title page. Fine in printed wraps.

Powers, Tim Where They Are Hid 1995 Charnel House NY. First edition. Number 312 of 350 copies signed on the limitation page by the author. Book and handmade slipcase bound in Japanese fabric. Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim Where They Are Hid 1995 Charnel House NY. First edition. Number 118 of 350 copies signed on the limitation page by the author. Bound in blue Japanese fabric with Fabriano Ingres endpapers. Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim Expiration Date 1996 (June) TOR NY. First American and first hardcover edition. Signed (upside down as usual) by the author on the title page. Near fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Expiration Date 1996 (June) TOR NY. First American and first hardcover edition. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Expiration Date 1996 (June) TOR NY. First American and first hardcover edition. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Declare 2000 (May) Subterranean Press NY. First edition. One of eight unnumbered presentation copies of the deluxe edition, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in black leather covered boards, in black leather hinged box with silver embossing.

Powers, Tim Declare 2000 (May) Subterranean Press NY. First edition. One of eight unnumbered presentation copies of the deluxe edition, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in black leather covered boards, in black leather hinged box with silver embossing. Wrapped in cotton paper as issued.

Powers, Tim Declare 2000 (May) Subterranean Press NY. First edition. Number 224 of 474 numbered copies, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Declare 2000 (May) Subterranean Press NY. First edition. Number 283 of 474 numbered copies, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Declare 2000 (May) Subterranean Press NY. First edition. Number 231 of 474 numbered copies, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Powers, Tim Night Moves 2001 Subterranean Press MI. First edition of this collection of stories. Number "PC" of 26 lettered copies in traycase, signed by the author on the limitation page. Also includes number PC of about 126 copies of the hardcover edition of "Ten Poems.". Fine in traycase.

Powers, Tim and James Blaylock writing as "William Ashbless" On Pirates 2001 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Letter "W" of 26 deluxe lettered hardcovers signed by the authors on the limitation page. Illustrations by Gahan Wilson. With "On Pirates Poetry Portfolio", also letter "Y", signed by the publisher, containing a "squid label" signed by William Ashbless, Tim Powers and James Blaylock, and the handwritten manuscript to one poem ("Casements of Dawn") signed by Wlliam Ashbless. Book, traycase and portfolio in fine condition.

Powers, Tim and James Blaylock writing as "William Ashbless" On Pirates 2001 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Number 102 of 250 hardcovers signed by the authors on the limitation page. Illustrations by Gahan Wilson. Fine sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim and James Blaylock writing as "William Ashbless" On Pirates 2001 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Number 115 of 250 hardcovers signed by the authors on the limitation page. Illustrations by Gahan Wilson. Fine sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim and James Blaylock writing as "William Ashbless" On Pirates 2001 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Number 713 of 1000 chapbooks signed by the authors on the limitation page. Illustrations by Gahan Wilson. Fine sans DW as issued.

Powers, Tim Declare 2001 (January) Morrow NY. First trade edition. Extensive review materials laid in, including an interview with Tim, and "A Note on the Writing of Declare", not included in the published book. Very good in DW.

Powers, Tim and James P. Blaylock The William Ashbless Memorial Cookbook 2002 (January) Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Number 66 of 150 copies bound in full leather and signed by the author on the limitation page. Includes the chapbook "The Suppressed Recipes.". Fine in DW and slipcase.

Poyer, D. C. Hatteras Blue 1989 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Pratchett, Terry Diggers 1990 Doubleday UK. First edition. Sequel to "Truckers". Fine in DW.

Pratchett, Terry and Neil Gaiman Good Omens 1990 Gollancz UK. First edition. Signed by both authors on the title page. Fine in very good DW.

Pratchett, Terry Small Gods 1992 Gollancz UK. First edition. Corners bumped, else near fine in DW.

Pratchett, Terry Maskerade 1995 Gollancz UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Pratt, Fletcher Double in Space 1951 Doubleday NY. First edition. Includes two novels, Project Excelsior and The Wanderer's Return. Dust jacket art by Richard Powers. Very good, in very good DW that has a nickel chip missing from the top right corner of the rear cover.

Preiss, Byron The Microverse 1989 (November) Bantam Spectra NY. First edition. Collection of scientific essays and science fiction stories by Isaac Asimov, Gregory Benford, David Brin, Harry Harrison, Robert Silverberg and others. Glossy pages, profusely illustrated. Fine in DW.

Price, E. Hoffman Far Lands Other Days 1975 Carcosa NC. First edition. One of 615 prepublication-ordered copies with illustrated bookplate affixed to front free endpaper signed by Price and artist George Evans. Thirty-one stories in 587 pages. Issue price was $15. Fine in DW.

Priest, Christopher A Dream of Wessex 1977 Faber and Faber UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Priestly, J. B. The Mercury Story Book 1929 Longmans, Green and Co. UK. First edition. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah ("Lao Ting and the Luminous Insect"), Virginia Woolf, Sherwood Anderson, L.P. Hartley, Walter de la Mare, George Moore, Karel Capek, J. B. Priestly, Max Beerbohm, and others. Very good in the rare DW.

Pronzini, Bill and Martin H. Greenberg Cloak and Dagger 1988 Avenel NY. First edition. A treasury of 25 stories, including works by Ernest Bramah, Isaac Asimov, Earl Stanley Gardner, Pearl S. Buck, John Dickson Carr, Eric Ambler, Leslie Charteris, G. K. Chesterton, Janwillem van der Wetering, and many more. Fine in DW.

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Queen, Ellery (ed) (Ernest Bramah story) Tales of Detection 1936 J.M. Dent and E. P. Dutton UK. First edition in the Everyman's Library series.Contains stories by Ernest Bramah, E.A. Poe, Wilkie Collins, and many others. Near fine in very good DW.

Queen, Ellery (ed) (Ernest Bramah's copy) Challenge to the Reader 1938 Frederick A. Stokes NY. First edition. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah ("The Vanished Crown") and many others, with authors' names omitted and the detectives' names changed. One of fifty de luxe gift editions signed by "Ellery Queen", this copy inscribed to "Ernest Bramah Smith.". Slight offsetting to front free endpaper, else fine in orange half-leather binding. Top edge red.

Queen, Ellery (ed) Sporting Blood 1942 (November) Little, Brown and Company NY. First edition. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah, Ellery Queen, Doyle, Chesterton, Sayers, Robert W. Chambers, Hammett, Charteris, Christie, Hornung and others. Near fine in DW.

Quentin, A. P. A Taoist Pearl 1928 Macmillan Toronto. First edition. "The MacMillans in Canada" bookplate on front pastedown. An account of Father Siao Chi San, a Christian convert and priest. Near fine in very good DW with large chips on front cover and spine, the latter affecting text.

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Rand, Ayn The Fountainhead 1943 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Lettering rubbed on cover and spine, else very good in green cloth boards.

Rankin, Robert Waiting For Godalming 2000 Doubleday UK. First edition. ''God is dead. He died in mysterious circumstances while on a fishing trip to Norfolk, leaving a wife, three children and a great deal of valuable property. He left his beloved planet Earth to his youngest son, Colin. Which seems mightily suspicious as the meek were expecting to inherit it. Colin is all for flogging it off to the highest bidder.''. Fine in DW.

Reed, Robert The Hormone Jungle 1987 Donald I. Fine NY. First edition. The author's second book. Cover art by Loretta Trezzo. Fine in DW.

Reed, Robert The Leeshore 1987 Donald I. Fine NY. First edition of the author's first novel. Small remainder dot on the bottom of the page block, else fine in DW.

Reed, Robert An Exaltation of Larks 1995 (December) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Reeves-Stevens, Garfield Nighteyes 1989 (April) Foundation NY. First edition. Inscribed to fellow SF writer "For Greg Benford / And you think you travel too much! / All best wishes", signed over crossed-out name on title page. Fine in DW.

Renault, Mary Fire From Heaven 1969 Pantheon NY. First edition. Fine sans DW.

Resnick, Mike Goddess of Ganymede 1967 Grant RI. First edition of the author's first book, an homage to Edgar Rice Burroughs. He claims to have written it in four days. One of 750 copies. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in fine DW.

Resnick, Mike Ivory 1988 (September) TOR New York. Inscribed 'To Mike & Lisa Berro with Warmest Regards' on title page. Mailed to the author for signing. Fine in DW.

Resnick, Mike Bully! 1990 Axolotl Press Eugene, Oregon. Leather-bound signed, limited edition, #65 of 75, additionally inscribed 'To Lisa Berro with all best wishes' on the half title page. Fine, without DW as issued.

Resnick, Mike Bully! 1990 Axolotl Press Eugene, Oregon. Limited un-numbered trade paperback. One of 525 copies. Fine in printed wrappers.

Resnick, Mike Through Darkest Resnick with Gun and Camera 1990 WSFA Press Washington. Limited cloth-bound #458 of 500, book designed by Jack L. Chalker, issued at $35. Fine in DW.

Resnick, Mike Adventures 1992 Wildside Press NY. First edition. Of 26 lettered copies bound in red leather, this is copy "L". Signed by the author on a bookplate affixed to the front pastedown. Fine sans DW as issued.

Reynolds, Alastair Revelation Space 2000 Gollancz UK. First edition of the author's first book. Reported to have an initial printing of 1250 hardcovers, along with the simultaneous trade paperback. Publisher's bookplate signed by the author laid in. Near fine in DW, with slight corner bumps.

Reynolds, Alastair Chasm City 2001 Gollancz UK. First edition of the author's second book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Reynolds, Alastair (intro by Stephen Baxter) Diamond Dogs 2001 PS Publishing UK. First edition. Number 54 of 400 hardcover copies, signed by the author and introducer Stephen Baxter on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Reynolds, Alastair Redemption Ark 2002 Orion UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Reynolds, Roger (ed.) The Future Focus Book of Lists II 1987 (July) Future Focus NY. First edition. Fan-produced magazine containing lists by many SF authors, including Jack Vance, Mike Resnick (including interview), Zelazny, Hal Clement, Lieber, Bujold, MZ Bradley, Niven, Poul Anderson, Kress, Busby, Brunner, Gene Wolfe, Pohl, Joan Vinge, Card, George RR Martin, Benford, and many more. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Rhys, Ernest & C.A. Dawson Scott (editors) 31 Stories by Thirty and One Authors 1923 D. Appleton and Co. NY. First edition. Includes stories by Ernest Bramah, H. G. Wells, John Galsworthy, Arnold Bennett, Rebecca West, Israel Zangwill, Catherine Wells, A. T. Quiller Couch, A. E. Coppard, Violet Hunt, G. K. Chesterton and others. Pages are clean and all present, but the last signature is loose. The binding is near very good.

Rieu, E. V. (ed) Stories by Modern Masters 1936 Methuen UK. First edition. Stories by Ernest Bramah, P. G. Wodehouse, A. A. Milne, and others. Spine sunned, foxing on a few pages, else very good.

Ripley, Ann Death of a Garden Pest 1996 (June) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Ripley, H. A. Minute Mysteries Detectograms 1932 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition. "The newest party game...a minute to read and a minute to guess. Here's a novelty in home entertainment -- more than seventy mysteries, crisply told, with all the facts the detective needs. Read one, think it over, work out your solution -- then look in the back of the book to see if you are right." Rare in dust jacket. Book is near fine. Dust jacket has pieces missing at top and bottom of spine panel and at lower rear corner.

Roberts, Adam Salt 2000 Gollancz UK. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Roberts, Keith Kaeti's Apocalypse 1986 Kerosina UK. First edition. Copy number 259 of 300 saddle stiitched editions of this short story. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine.

Roberts, Moss (ed) Chinese Fairy Tales & Fantasies 1979 Pantheon NY. First edition. Near fine in DW.

Robinson, Kim Stanley The Gold Coast 1988 (February) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Robinson, Kim Stanley Pacific Edge 1990 (November) TOR NY. Uncorrected proof of the first edition. Signed and dated month and year of publication on the half-title page. Fine in yellow printed wrappers.

Robinson, Kim Stanley A Sensitive Dependence On Initial Conditions 1991 (May) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Issue #10 of "Author's Choice Monthly". Number 291 of 300. Signed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Robinson, Spider Telempath 1976 Berkley Putnam NY. First edition. Author's second book and first novel. Fine in DW.

Robinson, Spider Time Pressure 1987 (October) Ace NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Robinson, Spider Kill The Editor 1991 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, number 10 of 75. Signed on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Robinson, Spider and Jeanne Starseed 1991 (October) Ace NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Robson, Justina Natural History 2003 Macmillan UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Robson, Justina Living Next Door to the God of Love 2005 Macmillan UK. First edition. Fine in DW.

Rogers, Samuel Italy, a Poem 1836 T. Cadell UK. First edition. 296 pages. Contains numerous half-page engravings, or vignettes, mainly by Turner and Stothard. Full velum with gilt trim on cover and spine, all edges gilt. Bookplate of Bernard Berenson (American art historian specializing in the Renaissance) on first end paper. Foreedge painting of a hunting scene with horses, dogs, and hunters. Very good condition with minor soiling on covers, minor wear to cover corners and edges, number written in blue ink on first endpaper, Bernard Berenson's bookplate on first endpaper, inscription in ink "To Katie this little souvenir from B.B.'s bedroom-library with love from Micky." on first free endpaper, a blank page appears to be detached, minor soiling on endpapers and first blank pages, minor spots of soiling on a few pages, else clean, tight, and solid, minor wear and rubbing to page edges, foredge painting is still very nice and bright.

Rohan, Michael Scott The Ice King 1986 New English Library UK. First edition. Collaboration with Allan Scott using the name 'Michael Scot'. Fine in DW.

Rohmer, Richard Starmageddon 1986 Irwin Ontario. First edition, published in Canada. Fine in DW. Small remainder mark on bottom edge of pages.

Ross, David D. The Argus Gambit 1990 (August) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW with bumping and small chip missing along the top of the front cover.

Ross, David D. The Eighth Rank 1991 (April) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Ross, Sir E. Denison (editor) Stories from Sa'di's Bustan & Gulistan 1928 Chapman & Hall UK. "Stories from the Bustan of Shaykh Sa Di. Together with Selections from Francis Gladwin's Translation of Sa'Di's Gilistan." Frontispiece by Cynthia Kent. Limited to 50 numbered copies on English hand-made paper, with the frontispiece on Japanese vellum, signed by the editor. #40 of 50. An English translation of two highly influential works of Medieval Persian literature by the poet Sa'di, from the Selbourne collection. Slight sunning to bottom of spine, else fine in vellum backed linen boards. Dust jacket has two small closed tears, and some waterstaining on bottom of rear panel, spine, and a bit of the front panel, else very good.

Royo, Luis Subversive Beauty 2006 Heavy Metal NY. First edition. Full page pencil drawing opposite and spilling onto title page, signed. Fine in pictorial boards.

Ruff, Matt Fool on the Hill 1988 (October) Atlantic Monthly Press NY. First edition of the author's first book. Fine in DW.

Ruff, Matt Fool on the Hill 1988 (October) Atlantic Monthly Press NY. First edition of the author's first book. Very good in DW.

Runyon, Charles W. Pig World 1971 Doubleday NY. Firrst edition. Fine, with small sticker ('The mark of approval') on ffep, in very good slightly soiled price-clipped DW.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 0 1988 Pulphouse NY. First edition. This is a blank paged mock-up, number 168 of 1000 copies. Fine without DW.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 1 1988 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #205 of 250, signed by all contributors. Includes original stories by Harlan Ellison, Kate Wilhelm, Charles de Lint, Ron Goulart and others. Fine without DW in slipcase as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 2 1988 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #73 of 250, signed by all contributors. Includes stories by Spider Robinson, Charles de Lint, Ron Goulart, Algys Budrys, Mike Resnick, William F. Wu, Michael Swanwick and others. Fine without DW in slipcase as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 2 1988 Pulphouse OR. First edition. One of 50 "publisher's copies" numbered "PC" and never offered for sale. Includes original stories by Spider Robinson, Charles de Lint, Ron Goulart, Algys Budrys, Mike Resnick, William F. Wu, Michael Swanwick and others. Fine without DW as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 4 1989 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #91 of 250, signed by all contributors. Includes stories by Robert Sheckley, Damon Knight, Algis Budrys, Nina Kiriki Hoffman and others. Fine without DW in slipcase as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 4 1989 Pulphouse OR. First edition. One of 50 copies marked "PC", with irridescent stamped covers. Includes stories by Robert Sheckley, Damon Knight, Algis Budrys, Nina Kiriki Hoffman and others. Fine without DW as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 5 1989 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #65 of 250, signed by all contributors. Includes stories by Charles de Lint, Esther Friesner, George Alec Effinger, William F. Wu and others. Fine without DW in slipcase as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 6 1990 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #230 of 250, signed by all contributors. Includes stories by Charles de Lint, Avram Davidson, George Alec Effinger, Emma Bull and others. Fine without DW in slipcase as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 7 1990 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #180 of 250, signed by all contributors. Includes stories by Charles de Lint, Steve Rasnic Tem, David J. Schow and others. Fine without DW as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 7 1990 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leatherette bound, #651 of 1000, signed by all contributors. Includes stories by Charles de Lint, Steve Rasnic Tem, David J. Schow and others. Fine without DW as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 10 1991 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #52 of 250, signed by all contributors. Includes stories by Charles de Lint, John Brunner, Robert Sheckly, Esther M. Friesner and others. Fine without DW as issued.

Rusch, Kristine Kathryn Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 11 1991 Pulphouse OR. First edition. Leather bound, #97 of 250, signed by all contributors. Includes stories by James Morrow, Edward Bryant, and others. Fine without DW as issued.

Russ, Joanna The Two of Them 1978 Berkley Putnam NY. First edition. Very good except for library sheet messily removed from back of ffep, in very good DW.

Russell, Alan No Sign of Murder 1990 Walker NY. First edition. Author's first novel. 4000 copies printed. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Russell, Alan The Forest Prime Evil 1991 Walker NY. First edition. Author's second mystery book. 5500 copies printed. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Russell, Alan The Forest Prime Evil 1991 Walker NY. First edition. Author's second mystery book. 5500 copies printed. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Russell, Alan The Hotel Detective 1994 (May) Mysterious Press NY. First edition. 8500 copies printed. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Russell, Alan The Fat Innkeeper 1995 (May) Mysterious Press NY. First edition. 9000 copies printed. Inscribed and dated Apr 8 1995 by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Russell, Alan Multiple Wounds 1996 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Russell, E. S. Death of a Cloudwalker 1991 Walker NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Russell, Ken Mike & Gaby's Space Gospel 1999 Little, Brown and Company UK. First edition. "A long time ago, in a galaxy not a million miles away, two robots came up with an incredible experiment. It was called mankind. Unfortunately experiments can go wrong!". Fine in DW.

Russell, Mary Doria The Sparrow 1996 (October) Villard NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Russell, Mary Doria The Sparrow 1996 (October) Villard NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Russell, Mary Doria The Sparrow 1996 (October) Villard NY. First edition. Small remainder dot on top of page block, else fine in DW.

Russell, Mary Doria The Sparrow 1996 (October) Villard NY. First edition. Slight scrape to top of spine, small remainder dot on bottom of page block, else fine in DW.

Russell, Mary Doria Children of God 1998 Villard NY. First edition. Review slip laid in. Fine in DW.

Ryan, Marah Ellis The Druid Path 1917 A.C. McClurg And Co. Chicago. First edition. Stories from the Irish heroic age. Illustrated by Will Vreeland. Printed in green ink. 321 pp. Near fine in green buckram boards. Untrimmed and unopened pages.

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Saberhagen, Fred The First Book of Swords 1983 (March) TOR NY. First trade edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers, with some wear at spine folds.

Saberhagen, Fred The First Book of Lost Swords 1986 (October) TOR NY. First edition. Very good in very good DW. Bottom edge of spine bumped.

Safire, William What's the Good Word? 1982 Times Books NY. First edition. Fine except for neat but heavy black marker rubout of name on ffep.

Sales, Soupy with Charles Salzberg Soupy Sez: My Life and Zany Times 2001 M. Evans NY. First edition. Signed by Soupy on the half-title page. Fine in DW.

Salmonson, Jessica Amanda The Eleventh Jaguarundi & Other Mysterious Persons 1995 Wordcraft OR. First edition. One of 26 lettered copies specially bound. Weird tales, including "The Strange Voyage of Doctor Morbid"; long kabbalistic stories "Being Lost Viewed as a Virus Viewed as an Angel Lost in the Molecular Structure of the Human Gene" & "Madame Enchantia & the Maze of Dream"; & several oddities under such headings as "Strange Doings in Viktor's Village," "These Four Dreams," "The Fate of de Maupassant," "O, Familiar Man," "The Barker's Hat" &c. Foreword & afterword. Illustrated by Thomas Wiloch. Limited to 250 numbered copies. Signed by both author & illustrator Thomas Wiloch. Very fine sans DW as issued.

Samuels, Barbara Phoumi 1981 Dodd, Mead and Company NY. First edition. Tthe exceedingly scarce first edition of this hilarious allegorical pastiche, involving a bon vivant, his Siamese cat, and the relative merits of status and propriety. Among the finest items of esoterica ever conceived, Samuels. Near fine in full-colour illustrated clay-coated boards, in near fine DW, with the $6.95 price remaining intact on the front jacket flap.

Sanborn, Margaret Mark Twain: The Bachelor Years 1990 (April) Doubleday NY. First edition. Issued at $24.95. Fine in DW.

Sandoe, James ed. Murder: Plain and Fanciful 1948 Sheridan House NY. First edition. Anthology containing dozens of stories by authors including Ernest Bramah, Anthony Boucher, Felix Frankfurter, Henry David Thoreau, Ludwig Bemelmans and others. Fine in very good DW that has several closed tears and creases.

Satterthwaite, Walter Wilde West 1991 (August) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Inscribed to Roger Zelazny on the title page. Fine in DW.

Sawyer, Robert J. Golden Fleece 1990 (December) Questar NY. First edition of the aurthor's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Author's business card laid in. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Sawyer, Robert J. Golden Fleece 1990 (December) Questar NY. First edition of the aurthor's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Sawyer, Robert J. Golden Fleece 1990 (December) Questar NY. First edition of the author's first book. Signed inscription by author on title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Sawyer, Robert J. Golden Fleece 1990 (December) Questar NY. First edition of the author's first book. Signed by author on title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Sawyer, Robert J. Far-Seer 1992 (June) Ace NY. Paperback first edition of the author's second book. Part one of a trilogy. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Sawyer, Robert J. End of an Era 1994 (November) Ace NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Sawyer, Robert J. The Terminal Experiment 1995 (May) HarperPrism NY. First edition. Review copy with review slip tipped (bound or pasted) in. 1996 Aurora winner, Nebula winner and Hugo nominee for Best Novel. The author reports that no proofs or ARCs were issued of this book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Sawyer, Robert J. The Hand You're Dealt 1997 Who's That Coeurl? Press CA. First separate publication of this Hugo and Aurora nominated short story. Small chapbook of 21 pp. Inscribed to writers Spider and Jeanne (Robinson): "For Spider and Jeanne, with all best wishes, Robt J Sawyer." on the front cover. Fine in printed wrappers.

Sawyer, Robert J. Illegal Alien 1997 (December) Ace NY. First edition. Ink "B" remainder mark on top of page block, else near fine in DW.

Sawyer, Robert J. Golden Fleece 1998 SoulWave TN. First limited edition of the author's first book. Of a total of 226 copies, this is letter C. Signed on the limitation page by the author. Fine in first and second state dust wrappers, both marked "Copy C".

Sawyer, Robert J. Flashforward 1999 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Sayers, Dorothy L. (editor) The Omnibus of Crime 1929 (August) Payson and Clarke UK. First edition. Apparently a deluxe edition (issue price $3), with a custom cardboard slipcase. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah, Conan Doyle, H. G. Wells, Poe, Beirce, Huxley, Stoker, Saki, Chesterton, Rohmer and a host of others. This copy inscribed "Read em and Creep! Christopher Morley" in silver ink across the front cover of the dust jacket (Morley wrote the blurb that appears on the slipcase only.). The book is very near fine with the top edge colored red. The DW is very good, with edge-chipping not affecting lettering, and spine mottling possibly caused by moisture or sunlight. The front and back covers are bright, no doubt due to the slipcase, which is very good with one corner bumped, and a similar mottling on the label.

Schiff, Stuart David and Fritz Leiber, eds. The World Fantasy Awards Volume Two 1980 Doubleday NY. First edition. Includes stories by Stephen King, Harlan Ellison, Ray Bradbury, Dennis Etchison, Ramsey Campbell and others. Fine in DW that has slight staining between flap and rear panel.

Schmidt, Stanley (ed.) From Mind To Mind: Tales of Communication From Analog 1984 (December 4) Dial Press NY. First edition. Anthology of stories, including Jack Vance's "Gift of Gab". Review copy with slip laid in. Fine in DW.

Schmidt, Stanley (ed.) From Mind To Mind: Tales of Communication From Analog 1984 (December 4) Dial Press NY. First edition. Anthology of stories, including Jack Vance's "Gift of Gab". Fine in DW.

Schnitzl, Arthur Hands Around [Reigen] 1920 [Privately Published] NY. First authorized English translation. Number 1376 of 1450 copies "privately printed for subscribers." Ten humorous dialogues about sex. Second white page cut legthwise in half, light dampstaining throughout book at the inner-top corner, binding loose but fully attached, spine label chipped, else very good.

Schow, David J. writing as Stephen Grave Miami Vice #1: The Florida Burn 1985 (October) Avon NY. First edition. Previous owner's stamp inside front cover, else near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Schow, David J. The Kill Riff 1988 (May) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Schow, David J. The Kill Riff 1988 (May) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW. Remainder mark on bottom edge of pages.

Schroeder, Karl Ventus 2000 (December) TOR NY. First edition. Review copy with publisher's materials laid in. Fine in DW.

Schroeder, Karl Permanence 2002 (May) TOR NY. First edition. Review copy with publisher's materials laid in. Fine in DW.

Schuman, M. K. Deep Kill 1991 St. Martin's Press NY. Review copy of the first edition. Review sletter laid in. The third Micah Dunn mystery. Fine in DW.

Scott, Melissa Shadow Man 1995 (July) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Scott, Melissa Night Sky Mine 1996 (August) TOR NY. First edition. Review copy with publisher's material laid in. Fine in DW.

Seare, Nicholas Rude Tales and Glorious 1983 Crown NY. First edition. Title page printed in two colors. Fine in DW.

Sebold, Alice The Lovely Bones 2002 Little, Brown and Company NY. First edition. The author's second book, and winner of the 2002 Bram Stoker Award for Horror. Had a rather small first printing of 35,000 copies. Fine in DW.

Seligman, Joel The Transformation of Wall Street 1982 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition."A History of the Securities Exchange Commision and Modern Corporate Finance." 567 pages plus over 100 pages of notes. Issued at $27.50. Fine in near fine DW with a short closed tear at the bottom of the spine panel.

Sephensen-Payne, Phil and Gordon Benson, Jr. Jack Vance - A Working Bibliography 1988 Galactic Central New Mexico. First edition of this Jack Vance bibliography. Saddle stapled mimeographed sheets. 46 pps. Near fine.

Shaffer, Catherine H. (ed.) (Cover by Tim Powers) Tales From the Whole Universe 2002 Whole Universe Press MI. First edition. Signed by all contributors on the back cover. Stories by ML Konett, Catherine H. Shaffer, Michele Letica, Jim C. Hines, G. Scott Huggins, and Penelope Dunbar. Cover illustration by Tim Powers. Cover art print laid in. Spiral bound. Rare. Fine in printed covers.

Shatner, William TekLab 1991 Ace/Putnam NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Shatner, William TekLords 1991 Ace/Putnam NY. First edition after limited. Fine in DW.

Shea, Michael A Quest for Simbilis 1974 (January) DAW NY. Paperback first edition. Novel set in Jack Vance's "Dying Earth" milieu. Inscribed "To Mike" by the author, and "To Michael" by cover artist George Barr in 1993. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Shea, Michael Nifft the Lean 1982 (December) DAW NY. Paperback first edition. Winner of the World Fantasy Award. Slight crease (probably when manufactured) parallel to the spine on the front cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Shea, Michael Nifft the Lean 1982 (December) DAW NY. Paperback first edition. Winner of the World Fantasy Award. Slight crease parallel to the spine on the front cover, '1.45' in black ink on the front cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Shea, Michael Nifft the Lean 1982 (December) DAW NY. Paperback first edition. Winner of the World Fantasy Award. Rear cover and last 20 pages has dog-ear at upper leftcover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Shea, Michael The Color Out of Time 1984 (September) DAW NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Shea, Michael The Color Out of Time 1984 (September) DAW NY. First edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Shea, Michael Fat Face 1987 Axolotl Press Eugene, OR. First edition. Number 33 of 300 cloth-bound copies, signed by the author and introducer Karl Edward Wagner. Fine in DW.

Shea, Michael with Lucius Shepard and Jessica Salmonson Axolotl Special Number One 1989 Axolotl WA. First edition. Limited to 900 copies of which this is number 174 of 300 numbered clothbound copies signed by all thre authors along with introducers John Kessel, Thomas Ligotti and Bruce Sterling. Issued at $35. Fine in DW.

Sheckley, Robert Options 1975 (June) Pyramid NY. Paperback first edition. Slight rubbing on front cover edges, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Sheffield, Charles Erasmus Magister 1982 Ace NY. First edition. Historical fantasy. Fine except for a corner crease on rear cover of pictorial wrappers.

Sheffield, Charles and David Bischoff The Selkie 1982 Macmillan NY. First edition. Review copy with slip laid in. Fine in DW.

Sheffield, Charles and David Bischoff The Selkie 1982 Macmillan NY. First edition. Book covers slightly sun-faded at top edges, else near-fine in a very good DJ with a 2-inch closed tear on the bottom of the front cover, and many chips along the edges.

Sheffield, Charles Summertide 1990 (February) Del Rey NY. First edition. Book one of "The Heritage Universe". Fine in DW.

Sheffield, Charles Divergence 1991 Easton Press CT. First edition. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Book two of "The Heritage Universe". Fine in leather-covered boards.

Sheffield, Charles Brother To Dragons 1992 Easton Press CT. First edition. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in leather-covered boards.

Sheffield, Charles Transcendence 1992 (May) Del Rey NY. First edition. Book three of "The Heritage Universe". Fine in DW.

Sheffield, Charles Godspeed 1993 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in dust jacket with small staple holes in the front cover near the top.

Sheffield, Charles and David Bischoff The Judas Cross 1994 (December) Special Editions Press OR. First edition. Copy "P" of 26. Signed by the authors on the limitation page. Fine sans DW in slipcase as issued.

Sheffield, Charles Georgia On My Mind and Other Places 1995 (March) TOR NY. First edition. Review sheets laid in. Fine in DW.

Sheffield, Charles The Ganymede Club 1995 (December) TOR NY. First edition. Sequel to "Cold As Ice". Review copy with publisher's letter laid in. Fine in DJ.

Sheffield, Charles and Jerry Pournelle Higher Education 1996 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Sheffield, Charles and Jerry Pournelle Higher Education 1996 (June) TOR NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Sheffield, Charles Tomorrow & Tomorrow 1997 Easton Press CT. First edition. Number 476 of 1300 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in green crushed leather sans DW as issued.

Sheffield, Charles Aftermath 1998 Easton Press CT. First edition. Number 782 of 1000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Laid in is a "certificate of authenticity" signed by the author and his wife, science fiction author Nancy Kress (to whom the book is dedicated), and the publisher. Also laid in is "A Note About Aftermath" card. Book is illustrated by Jeff Fisher. Fine in full tan leather sans DW as issued.

Shiner, Lewis Deserted Cities of the Heart 1988 Foundation NY. First edition. Author's second book. Inscribed and dated '6/22/90' on the half-title page. Fine in DW.

Shiner, Lewis Deserted Cities of the Heart 1988 Foundation NY. First edition. Author's second book. Inscribed and dated 'July 31, 1993' on the half title page. Fine in DW.

Shiner, Lewis Deserted Cities of the Heart 1988 Foundation NY. First edition. Author's second book. Inscribed and dated 'July 31, 1993' on the half title page. Small dirty mark on the fore edge of the page block, else fine in DW.

Shiner, Lewis Glimpses 1993 (July 19) Morrow NY. First edition. 1994 World Fantasy Award winner for best novel. Inscribed and dated 'July 31, 1993' on the half title page. Fine in DW.

Shiner, Lewis Love in Vain 2001 (September) Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Letter R of 26 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Bound in deluxe cloth; housed in a handcrafted traycase. Fine in DW and traycase. Slight bump to the upper-right corner of the traycase.

Shinn, Sharon The Shape-Changer's Wife 1995 (October) Ace NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Shirer, William L. The Collapse of the Third Republic 1969 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Near fine in DW.

Shirley, John Heatseeker 1989 Scream Press LA. First edition. Inscribed to Roger Zelazny on the half-title page. Fine in DW.

Shuman, M. K. Deep Kill 1991 Walker NY. First edition. "A Micah Dunn Mystery." Review copy with publisher's materials laid in. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert A Robert Silverberg Omnibus 1970 Sidgwick & Jackson UK. First hardcover edition of three novellas. Fione in slightly scuffed DW.

Silverberg, Robert (ed) Three Trips in Time and Space 1973 Hawthorn NY. First edition. Review slip laid in. Original novellas by Larry Niven, John Brunner and Jack Vance. Signed on the title page by Jack Vance, and on their respective story title pages by Niven and Brunner. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert Three Trips in Time and Space 1973 Hawthorn NY. First edition. Original novellas by Larry Niven, John Brunner and Jack Vance. Inscribed "To Mike" by Niven on the story title page. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert Three Trips in Time and Space 1973 Hawthorn NY. First edition. Original novellas by Larry Niven, John Brunner and Jack Vance. Signed by Vance on the title page. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert Three Trips in Time and Space 1973 Hawthorn NY. First edition. Original novellas by Larry Niven, John Brunner and Jack Vance. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert Three Trips in Time and Space 1973 Hawthorn NY. First edition. Original novellas by Larry Niven, John Brunner and Jack Vance. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert Explorers of Space 1975 Nelson NY. First edition. Stories by Poul Anderson, Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Ursula K. LeGuin, Robert Silverberg and others. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert The New Atlantis 1975 Hawthorn NY. First edition. Original novellas by Gene Wolfe, Ursula K. le Guin and James Tiptree, Jr.. Fine in very good DW.

Silverberg, Robert (ed.) The Crystal Ship 1976 Thomas Nelson NY. First edition. Contains original novellas by Vonda McIntyre, Marta Randall and Joan Vinge. Near fine In DW.

Silverberg, Robert Shadrach in the Furnace 1976 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert (ed.) New Dimensions 1979 Harper NY. First edition. Original stories by Ursula K. Le Guin, Gregory Benford and others. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert Project Pendulum 1987 Millenium NY. First edition. Illustrated by Moebius. Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert (ed) A Century of Science Fiction 1950-1959 1996 MJF Books NY. First edition. Includes Jack Vance's "The Gift Of Gab". Fine in DW.

Silverberg, Robert (editor) A Century of Science Fiction 1950-1959 1996 MJF Books NY. First edition. Includes "Gift of Gab" by Jack Vance. Fine in DW.

Simak, Clifford D. The Fellowship of the Talisman 1978 (September) Del Rey NY. First edition. Fine with remainder mark on bottom edge of pages, in DW with red price-sticker affixed to front cover.

Simak, Clifford D. Where the Evil Dwells 1982 (September) Ballantine NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Simmons, Dan The Fall of Hyperion 1990 Doubleday Foundation NY. First edition, signed on the title page. Fine in DW.

Simmons, Dan Phases of Gravity 1990 Spectra NY. True first edition, a mass-market paperback. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Simon, Roger L. Wild Turkey 1974 Straight Arrow NY. First edition. The second "Moses Wine" book. Near fine in DW.

Siodmak, Curt Donovan's Brain 1943 Knopf NY. First edition. Very good, corners rubbed, slight water spots on top edge of pages, stamped 'Compliments of Hollywood USO' on ffep.

Slung, Michelle I Shudder at Your Touch 1991 (May) ROC NY. First edition. 22 original stories by Stephen King, Ruth Rendell, Clive Barker, Stephen R. Donaldson, Jonathan Carroll and others. Slight soiling on top of page block, else fine in DW.

Small, Andy and Ben Redlich The Shikker Co-La Cows 2000 Dung Beetle Australia. First edition. Signed by author and illustrator on the title page. Juvenile Judaica. Fine in pictorial boards.

Smith, Edward E. Skylark Three 1948 Fantasy Press PA. First edition. Of 13 lettered editions, this is copy "E". Signed by the author on the limitation page. Near fine in very good DW.

Smith, H. Allen Life in a Putty Factory 1943 Doubleday NY. First edition. Very good.

Smith, H. Allen Rhubarb 1946 Doubleday NY. First edition. Near fine in green cloth covers, sans DW.

Smith, H. Allen Lo, The Former Egyptian! 1947 (November 6) Doubleday NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW with a few ragged edges, and a half-inch closed tear.

Smith, H. Allen Waikiki Beachnik 1960 Little, Brown and Company NY. First edition. Ink inscription dated 1960 on ffep, else near fine.

Smith, Langdon Evolution, A Fantasy 1909 John W. Luce and Company Boston. First edition. One of the most popular poems of its day. The author, born in Kentucky in 1858, was educated in Louisville. iv, 51pp, illustrated. Very rare in dust jacket. Moderate foxing to pages and boards, bound in boards with brushed felt backstrip. Bottom edges rubbed with one bump. Dust jacket has a small chip missing at each upper corners, and slight soiling, else near fine.

Smith, Madorah E. Little Foreign Devils 1923 Madorah Smith Iowa. First edition. Inscribed on the FFEP "Mrs. E. West from Mother Smith", followed by what looks like references to two passages in the bible. This book was apparently self-published. Children's story of an American child abroad. Rare. Near fine, light mustard color cloth with pasted on pictorial of two Chinese children with an American child in the middle.

Smith, Michael Marshall Only Forward 1994 HarperCollins UK. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Smith, Michael Marshall The Vaccinator 1999 PS Publishing UK. First edition. Limited to hardcover 150 copies, of which this is number 63. Signed by the author and M. John Harrison on the limitation page. Slight bump to top of spine, else near-fine in DW.

Smith, Michael Marshall What You Make It 1999 HarperCollins UK. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Smith, Michael Marshall (translated by Lavie Tidhar, illustrated by Joseph Locker) Everybody Goes 2000 Last Call Publishing Israel. First edition. Limited to 22 copies signed by Michael Marshall Smith, Joseph Locker, and Lavie Tidhar on the limitation page. 18 pp saddle-stapled. Near fine in printed wrappers.

Smith, Michael Marshall Tidhar, Lavie Michael Marshall Smith: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography 2000 Last Call Publishing UK. First edition. Number 9 of 40 copies, signed by Smith and other contributors on the limitation page. PR sheet for the book laid in. Fine in blue printed wrappers.

Smith, Thorne Biltmore Oswald 1918 Frederick A. Stokes NY. First edition of the author's first book. With 31 Illustrations in black-and-white by Richard Dorgan. Corners damaged, else near fine in pictorial boards. DW is in good condition, with both front and rear panels nearly detached from spine panel, which is missing the bottom half.

Smith, Thorne Biltmore Oswald 1918 Frederick A. Stokes NY. First edition of the author's first book. With 31 Illustrations in black-and-white by Richard Dorgan. Corners damaged, substantial foxing, spine slant, else very good in pictorial boards.

Smith, Thorne Dream's End 1927 (March) McBride NY. First edition. Thorne Smith's attempt at a serious gothic romance. Very scarce. Neat owner's name on ffep, else near fine.

Smith, Thorne Lazy Bear Lane 1931 Doubleday Doran NY. First edition. A juvenile title ("8 to 12 years.") Color dust jacket and frontispiece, and ten full-page black and white illustrations by George Shanks. Issue price $2.00. Very scarce indeed. Slight soiling to top page edges, else fine in very good DW.

Smith, Thorne Topper Takes a Trip 1932 Doubleday Doran NY. First edition. Basis for the 1938 feature film starring Constance Bennett, Roland Young, Billie Burke and Alan Mowbray. Erased inscription on half-title page, slight foxing to page edges, else very good in unclipped DW.

Smith, Thorne Topper Takes a Trip 1932 Doubleday Doran NY. First edition. Basis for the 1938 feature film starring Constance Bennett, Roland Young, Billie Burke and Alan Mowbray. Large white "S" stencilled on spine, else very good in red cloth boards.

Smith, Thorne Rain in the Doorway 1933 Doubleday Doran NY. First edition. Fading to cloth covers, else very good in very good DW.

Smith, Thorne Turnabout 1933 Doubleday Doran NY. First edition. Damage to the lower part of the spine, else very good in black boards.

Smith, Thorne The Glorious Pool 1934 Doubleday Doran NY. First edition. Spotting and fading to covers, else very good in bright but chipped DW, with front flap detached but present and not price-clipped.

Sowerby, J. G. and F. W. Bourdillon Young Maids and Old China 1888 Marcus Ward & Co London, Belfast & NY. First edition. Verse and chromolithographs. Octavo, [32 pages], Beautifully illustrated by J.G. Sowerby, with color lithographs of "young maids" in domestic scenes, blue & white pottery illustrations in text. Marcus Ward & Co., established 1867, grew to be one of the finest Victorian greeting card manufacturing houses. They went into dissolution by 1899. Gold, blue, and pink decorated paper over boards with gold cloth spine, floral printed endpapers, all edges stained light blue. Scarce. Slight foxing on the thick pages, rubbing to all corners, soiling to front and back covers, ink inscription dated 1947 on the half-title page, overall near very good.

Spinrad, Norman Songs From the Stars 1980 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Fine with remainder mark on bottom, in fine DW.

Starrett, Vincent (ed.) 14 Great Detective Stories 1928 Modern Library NY. First edition. Contains stories by Ernest Bramah, Edgar Allen Poe, A Conan Doyle, Chesterton, Baroness Orczy and others. Fine in very good DW.

Starrett, Vincent Oriental Encounter 1938 (September) Normandie House Chicago. First edition. Signed by the author on the dedication page. One of 249 copies on Andria paper. Printed by the Black Cat Press. The two essays are on Eunuchs and on "honeycarts," carts used to transport waste material. Pages roughly opened, else fine in orange cloth-covered boards sans DW as issued.

Stephenson, Neal The Big U 1984 Vintage NY. First edition. Author's first book. Remainder stripe at top, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal Zodiac 1988 Atlantic Monthly Press NY. First edition. Author's second book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal Zodiac 1988 Atlantic Monthly Press NY. First edition. Author's second book. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal Zodiac 1988 Atlantic Monthly Press NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal Zodiac 1988 Atlantic Monthly Press NY. First edition. Author's second book. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal Snow Crash 1992 (June) Bantam NY. First edition, hardcover (simultaneous trade paperback publication.). Fine in DW.

Stephenson, Neal Snow Crash 1992 (June) Bantam NY. First edition, trade paperback (simultaneous hardcover publication.). Spine curved but not creased from reading, slight soiling and creasing to the covers from normal wear, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal Snow Crash 1992 (June) Bantam NY. First edition, trade paperback (simultaneous hardcover publication.). Spine curved but not creased from reading, diagonal crease in lower right of front cover, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal and J. Fredrick George writing as 'Stephen Bury' Interface 1994 (May) Bantam NY. First edition. Trade paperback (not issued as hardcover). Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal The Diamond Age 1995 Bantam NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. 1996 Hugo award winner. Fine in DW.

Stephenson, Neal The Diamond Age 1995 Bantam NY. First edition. 1996 Hugo award winner. Fine in near-fine DW.

Stephenson, Neal The Diamond Age 1995 Bantam NY. First edition. 1996 Hugo award winner. Near fine in DW.

Stephenson, Neal and J. Fredrick George writing as 'Stephen Bury' The Cobweb 1996 (September) Bantam NY. First edition. Trade paperback (not issued as hardcover). Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stephenson, Neal Cryptonomicon 1999 Avon NY. First edition. #7 of 250 copies for private distribution signed by the author on the limitation page. This book won the Barry Levin Award for Best Limited Edition of 1999. Fine in DW.

Stephenson, Neal Cryptonomicon 1999 Avon NY. First edition. #63 of 250 copies for private distribution signed by the author on the limitation page. This book won the Barry Levin Award for Best Limited Edition of 1999. Fine in DW.

Stephenson, Neal Cryptonomicon 1999 Avon NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Includes promotional "decoder card" and envelope. Fine in DW.

Stephenson, Neal Cryptonomicon 1999 Avon NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Stephenson, Neal and Nicole Galland The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. 2017 Morrow NY. First edition. One of an unknown number of specially bound editions with a limitation page signed by both authors. Fine in DJ.

Stewart, Sean Nobody's Son 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition. Only 750 hardcovers were published, and most were sold to libraries. Signed and dated Feb 1995 on the title page. Winner of the 1993 Aurora Fantasy Award,. Fine in DW.

Stewart, Sean Nobody's Son 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition. Only 750 hardcovers were published, and most were sold to libraries. Signed and dated Feb 1995 on the title page. Winner of the 1993 Aurora Fantasy Award,. Fine in DW.

Stewart, Sean Nobody's Son 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition. Only 750 hardcovers were published, and most were sold to libraries. Signed and dated Feb 1995 on the title page. Winner of the 1993 Aurora Fantasy Award,. Fine in DW.

Stewart, Sean Nobody's Son 1994 Maxwell MacMillan Ontario. First edition. Only 750 hardcovers were published, and most were sold to libraries. Signed and dated Feb 1995 on the title page. Winner of the 1993 Aurora Fantasy Award,. Fine in DW.

Stewart, Sean Resurrection Man 1995 (July) Ace NY. First edition. Review copy with publisher's material laid in. Fine in DW.

Stewart, Sean Clouds End 1996 (August) Ace NY. First edition. Review copy with publisher's material laid in. Fine in DW.

Stewart, Sean Mockingbird 2000 (March) Ace NY. First edition. Publisher's review flyer laid in. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stewart, Sean Galveston 2001 (February) Ace NY. First edition. Publisher's review flyer laid in. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stinson, Jim Double Exposure 1985 Scribners NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Stinson, Jim Low Angles 1986 Scribners NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Stith, John Scapescope 1984 (November) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's first book. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stith, John Memory Blank 1986 (January) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Author's second book. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stith, John Death Tolls 1987 (September) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stith, John Deep Quarry 1989 (February 1) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stith, John Redshift Rendezvous 1990 (June) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Hugo nominee. Inscribed and dated '4/19/91' by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stith, John Redshift Rendezvous 1990 (June) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Hugo nominee. Signed and dated '4/19/91' by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stith, John Redshift Rendezvous 1990 (June) Ace NY. Paperback first edition. Hugo nominee. Signed and dated '4/19/91' by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Stockton, Frank R. Round-About Rambles 1872 Scribner, Armstrong & Company NY. First edition of Stockton's second book, which like his first is a collection of children's tales. Though not mentioned on the title page, the book is profusely illustrated, with at least one illustration on almost every one of the 371 pages. This is a handsomely-produced volume, with its elaborate binding design. This copy is in dark purple cloth (one of several colors used without priority);. Extreme top/bottom spine cloth show substantial shelving wear, bottom tips just rubbed to the boards, slight spine lean, else very good.

Stockton, Frank R. (illustrated by Peter Newell) The Great Stone of Sardis 1898 Harper & Brothers NY. First edition. Originally appeared in "Harpers Magazine." Bleiler 187, Locke Spectrum of Fantasy 206,. BAL 18938. 26 Peter Newell illustrations. A scientific romance involving a journey to the center of earth in 1947. Near fine in green colth-covered boards.

Stockton, Frank R. (Illus. by Reginald B. Birch) The Vizier of the Two-Horned Alexander 1899 The Century Co. NY. First edition. Top edge gilt. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 2-148. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 207. Bleiler (1978), p. 187. Reginald 13720. BAL 18934 (noted first printing). Wright (III) 5255. Rare in DJ. Fine in near-fine DJ.

Stockton, Frank R. The Science Fiction of Frank R. Stockton 1976 Gregg Press MA. First edition thus. Fine sans DW as issued.

Straczynski, J. Michael Demon Night 1988 Dutton NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Stretton, Tim The Zael Inheritance and Dragonchaser 2005 Lulu NY. First edition (first omnibus edition). Fine in DW.

Sturgeon, Theodore The Dreaming Jewels 1950 Greenberg NY. First edition. Author's second book. Very good in only good DJ.

Suzuki, Daisetz Teitaro Manual of Zen Buddhism 1935 Eastern Buddhist Society Kyoto. First edition. Influential book that has been reprinted many times. Many illustrations, some protected by tissue. Rare in any condition. Book is very good, with moderate foxing to page ends, and some offsetting of the DJ on the front and rear pastedowns; the covers are as new. DJ is very good, with one large chip missing from top of spine, not affecting text, and a smaller piece missing from the top front corner. The cardboard slipcase is very good, with printed spine.

Suzuki, Daisetz Teitaro Living By Zen 1949 Sanseido Japan. First edition. Signed and dated 1950 by the author on the title page. 235 pp. With five wonderful essays: Living By Zen, A General Survey, Satori, Approaches to Satori, and the Koan. Quite rare. Near fine with slight yellowing of the pages.

Swanberg, W. A. Luce and His Empire 1972 Scribners NY. Hardcover edition. No price on dust wrapper, but includes SBN on copyright page, no blindstamp, and is smythe-sewn. In any case, a fascinating read. 483 pages, 46 B&W plates, plus 28 pages of notes. Fine in DW.

Swann, Nancy Lee Pan Chao: The Foremost Woman Scholar of China 1932 The Century Co. NY. First edition. The first biographical study of a Chinese woman that has been published either in Chinese or any Western language. Published for The American Historical Association. Scarce in DJ. Near fine in very good DJ.

Swanwick, Michael Vacuum Flowers 1987 Arbor House NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

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Taine, John The Forbidden Garden 1947 Fantasy Press Reading, Pennsylvania. Jacket and interior illustrations by A. J. Donnell. Fine, some chipping at edges of DW, especially at spine.

Taylor, L. A. Footnote to Murder 1983 Walker NY. First edition, signed on title page in red ink. Ordered directly from the author. Fine in DW.

Taylor, L. A. Only Half a Hoax 1983 Walker NY. First edition, signed on title page in red ink. Ordered directly from the author. Fine in DW.

Taylor, L. A. Deadly Objectives 1984 Walker NY. First edition, signed by author on title page in red ink. Ordered directly from the author. Fine in DW.

Taylor, L. A. A Murder Waiting To Happen 1989 Walker NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Tepper, Sheri S. The Gate To Women's Country 1988 (September) Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Tepper, Sheri S. Grass 1989 (September) Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Tepper, Sheri S. Raising The Stones 1990 (September) Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Tessier, Thomas Father Panic's Opera Macabre 2001 (January) Subterranean Press MI. First edition. #652 of 750 signed and numbered copies. Fine in DW.

Tevis, Walter The Queen's Gambit 1983 Heinemann UK. First edition. Front upper-right corner bumped, else fine in DW.

Tidhar, Lavie (ed.) Michael Marshall Smith: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography 2000 Last Call Publishing UK. First edition. Number 9 of 40 copies, signed on the limitation page by Lavie Tidhar, Michael Marshall Smith, Jim Rickards, Archie Maskill and Stephen Jones. 40 pp, saddle stitched. Fine in blue printed wrappers.

T'ieh-yun, Liu (translated by Harold Shadick) The Travels of Lao Ts'an 1952 Cornell University Press NY. First edition of this translation, written between 1904 and 1907. Inscribed "To Tazu, with many thanks for all your help in preparing the manuscript. Harold Shadik" on the front free endpaper. Near fine in green cloth-covered boards.

Tiptree Jr., James Tales of the Quintana Roo 1986 Arkham House WI. First edition. 3673 copies printed. Collects three supernatural tales with an east shore Yucatan Peninsula setting. Winner of the 1987 World Fantasy Award for best anthology/collection. Hartwell, 200 Significant SF Books by Women, 1984-2001. Fine in DW.

Tolkien, J. R. R. The Silmarillion 1977 George Allen and Unwin UK. First edition. The "export edition", without price on the dust jacket. Near fine in DW.

Tolkien, J. R. R. The Lays of Beleriand 1985 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition. The History of Middle Earth volume III, edited by Christopher Tolkien. Fine in DW.

Tolkien, J. R. R. (Harvard Lampoon) Bored of the Rings 1969 (September) Signet NY. First edition. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Towne, Charles Wayland and Edward Norris Wentworth Pigs from Cave to Cornbelt 1950 University of Oklahoma Press OK. First edition. Inscribed by Edward Wentworth on the front free endpaper. Near fine in very good DW.

Tremayne, Peter The Fires of Lan-Kern 1980 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Trudeau, Garry Rap Master Ronnie 1986 Lord John Press CA. First edition. Signed by the author. Number 46 of 250 copies. Fine in pictorial cloth boards sans DW as issued.

Tsiang, H. T. China Red 1931 (October) Tsiang NY. First edition. Published by the author. Signed in English and Chinese by the author on the title page, and dated "jan 22, 1935." Blurb by Theodore Dreiser on preliminary sheet. Although the eccentric and innovative Chinese-American novelist's work has lately been rediscovered and celebrated, this, his first novel, has remained out of print since the author published it himself in desperation. (He printed rejections from Knopf and Jonathan Cape on the rear panel.) Rare. Pages clean and tight, card covers chipped and creased, spine all but gone, neatly "bound" in cellotape.

Tubb, E. C. (writing as Volsted Gridban) Magnetic Brain 1953 Scion UK. First edition. Purple ink stamp on copyright page 'U.S.A Copyright 1958', with distributor's NY address below. Tight, unread copy with bright cover, small chip missing from upper right cover, scuffing to spine top and bottom, slight front cover crease near spine, white rear cover showing dirt, '35c' price sticker on front cover.

Twain, Mark The American Claimant 1892 Charles L. Webster NY. First edition. BAL 3434. Near fine.

Twain, Mark Following the Equator 1897 American Publishing Company Hartford. First edition. First issue, with signature mark "11" on page 161. Fine sans DW.

Tynan, Kathleen Agatha 1978 (August 7) Ballantine NY. Advance reading copy (uncorrected proof) of the first edition. Fictional account of Agatha Christie's death. Fine except for slight sticker damage to ffep and front of printed wrapper.

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van de Wetering, Janwillem The Empty Mirror 1973 Routledge & Kegan Paul UK. First English-language edition of the author's first book. Fine in price-clipped DW with slight sunning to the spine.

van de Wetering, Janwillem A Glimpse of Nothingness 1975 Routledge & Kegan Paul UK. First English-language edition. Slight bump to upper-left corner of front cover, else fine in DW.

van de Wetering, Janwillem (Illustrated by Marc Brown) Little Owl - An Eightfold Buddhist Admonition 1978 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition. The author's first children's book. Light-colored soiling to front and back black cloth covers, else fine, in unclipped near fine dust wrapper.

van de Wetering, Janwillem (translator) Alexandra David-Neel and Lama Yongden The Power of Nothingness 1982 Houghton Mifflin NY. First edition in English. Story of the first woman to penetrate the Tibetan mysteries. Fine in very good DW.

van de Wetering, Janwillem Inspector Saito's Small Satori 1985 Putnam NY. First edition. Collection of short stories. Fine in DW.

van de Wetering, Janwillem Robert Van Gulik: His Life His Work 1987 (January) Dennis McMillan FL. First edition, signed by the author, number 68 of 350 copies. Fine in DW.

van de Wetering, Janwillem Distant Danger 1988 Wynwood Press NY. First edition. The 1988 Mystery Writers of America Anthology. Fine in price-clipped DJ.

van de Wetering, Janwillem The Perfidious Parrot 1997 Soho Press NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title.page. Fine in DW.

Van Dine, S. S. The Gracie Allen Murder Case 1938 Scribners NY. First edition. S. S. Van Dine is the pseudonym used by American art critic Willard Huntington Wright (1888 – 1939). Fine except for some discoloration on front cover.

van Gulik, Robert Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan 1938 (December) Asiatic Society of Japan Tokyo. First edition. Five articles about Asia, including the first appearance of "On Three Antique Lutes" by Robert van Gulik. Fine.

van Gulik, Robert Dee Goong An 1949 Toppan Printing Japan. First edition. Author's first Judge Dee book, self-published, number 852 of 1200 copies, with author's signature and Chinese seal on the limitation page. "Review Copy" written in ink on the ffep in the author's hand. A few scrapes on the bottom edge, rubbing to the spine, else fine in pictorial (wood print) covers. Rare in such beautiful condition.

van Gulik, Robert Labyrinth in Lan-Fang 1957 W. Van Hoeve Netherlands. First edition. "The Chinese Maze Murders." 256 pages, 5.5 x 7.5 inches. Near fine in glossy illustrated boards.

van Gulik, Robert Fantoom in Foe-lai 1958 W. Van Hoeve Netherlands. First edition. "The Chinese Gold Murders", Judge Dee's first three cases. 173 pages, 5.5 x 7.5 inches. Near fine in glossy illustrated boards.

van Gulik, Robert Nagels in Ning-tsjo 1960 W. Van Hoeve Netherlands. First edition. "The Chinese Nail Murders." 175 pages, 5.5 x 7.5 inches. Near fine in glossy illustrated boards.

van Gulik, Robert Sexual Life in Ancient China 1961 E. J. Brill Leiden, Netherlands. First edition. "A Preliminary Survey of Chinese Sex and Society From Ca. 1500 B.C. till 1644 A.D." 392 pp. Quite rare in dust jacket. Near fine in very good DW with chips and tears.

van Gulik, Robert De Parel van de Keizer 1963 W. Van Hoeve Netherlands. First edition. "The Emperor's Pearl." 203 pages, 5.5 x 7.5 inches. Near fine in glossy illustrated boards.

van Gulik, Robert Vier Vingers 1964 Boekenweek Rotterdam. First edition. This is the first publication in the world of this story, and the text is written in Dutch. The English edition, The Monkey and the Tiger, appeared the following year. This true first edition of Vier Vingers, Four Fingers, is a paperback, illustrated by the author and with an illustrated cover. The edition was never for sale, but was given out free, during "National Book Week," to those customers who spent a certain amount on buying new books in the Dutch book shops. A Judge Dee mystery. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

van Gulik, Robert Vier Vingers 1964 Boekenweek Rotterdam. First edition. This is the first publication in the world of this story, and the text is written in Dutch. The English edition, The Monkey and the Tiger, appeared the following year. This true first edition of Vier Vingers, Four Fingers, is a paperback, illustrated by the author and with an illustrated cover. The edition was never for sale, but was given out free, during "National Book Week," to those customers who spent a certain amount on buying new books in the Dutch book shops. A Judge Dee mystery. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

van Gulik, Robert The Willow Pattern 1965 Heinemann UK. First edition. Uncorrected proof slip from Scribner's laid in; apparently this was used as a review copy for the American edition. Fine.

van Gulik, Robert The Phantom of the Temple 1966 Heinemann UK. First edition. Front pastedown rubbed and foxed, slight foxing on bottom of page block, else fine in near-fine DW.

Van Vogt, A. E. Masters of Time 1950 Fantasy Press PA. First edition, #282 of 500, signed on limitation page, signed again in person and dated '4-13-91'. Collects two short novels, "The Masters of Time" and "The Changeling.". Fine with slightly chipped and creased DW.

Van Vogt, A. E. Slan 1951 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Ex-library.

Van Vogt, A. E. The Battle of Forever 1978 Author's Co-op TN. First hardcover edition, signed on title page. Fine with slightly tears in DW.

Vance, Jack The Dying Earth 1950 Hillman Publications NY. First edition. Author's first book. Signed by the author on the title page. Slight spine wear with a small piece of spine cover missing at fold, slight stain on rear cover, covers bright, binding crisp.

Vance, Jack The Dying Earth 1950 Hillman Publications NY. First edition. Author's first book. Inscribed "To Jerry" by the author on the title page. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Dying Earth 1950 Hillman Publications NY. First edition. Author's first book. Spine panel chipped at top and bottom, two-inch vertical crease on front cover, upper-right corner of front cover clipped, else very good in bright and clean pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Dying Earth 1950 Hillman Publications NY. First edition. Author's first book. Front cover bright, indentation on rear cover extends partially into page block, water-damage to the upper-right corner of all pages. Overall, looks nice on the outside, but very good at best.

Vance, Jack The Dying Earth 1950 Hillman Publications NY. First edition. Author's first book. Front cover good, slight stain on rear cover, else very poor water-damaged internal condition.

Vance, Jack The Space Pirate 1953 Toby Press NY. First edition of the author's second book. Faint ink "A" on back cover, otherwise fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Space Pirate 1953 Toby Press NY. First edition of the author's second book. Some damage to rear cover and spine, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Space Pirate 1953 Toby Press NY. First edition of the author's second book. Piece missing from bottom of rear cover and several pages, spine crease, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Vandals of the Void 1953 Winston NY. First edition. Author's first hardcover book, part of the Winston juvenile SF series. Book is fine, the DW is very good, lacking a fragment at the head of the spine and front cover affecting the lettering.

Vance, Jack Vandals of the Void 1953 Winston NY. First edition. Author's first hardcover book, part of the Winston juvenile SF series. Dust jacket lacking fragment at bottom of spine and front, black bordered DW, otherwise very good, volume fine except for bookplate on rear pastedown.

Vance, Jack Vandals of the Void 1953 Winston NY. First edition. Author's first hardcover book, part of the Winston juvenile SF series. Dust jacket lacking large fragments, otherwise good, volume near fine.

Vance, Jack Vandals of the Void 1953 Winston NY. First edition. Author's first hardcover book, part of the Winston juvenile SF series. Book is very good, with yellowing on pastedowns. DW is good, with chipping (including loss of title on spine), cup ring residue on front cover, and price clipped.

Vance, Jack Vandals of the Void 1953 Winston NY. First edition. Author's first hardcover book, part of the Winston juvenile SF series. Special buckram library binding. Ex-library with the usual defacements, no pocket, sans DJ as issued.

Vance, Jack Vandals of the Void (Vrijbuiters in het heelal) 1954 Junior Boek NY. First Dutch edition. First Vance book translated into Dutch. Number 51 in the series. Very good.

Vance, Jack To Live Forever 1956 Ballantine NY. First edition. First state binding. The sixth Ballantine hardcover. Fine in bright DW with tiny closed tear on top edge of front cover, and slight compression creasing on rear cover. Slight sunning on the spine panel. Overall, a beautiful copy.

Vance, Jack To Live Forever 1956 Ballantine NY. First edition. The sixth Ballantine hardcover. Signed by the author on the title page. Very slight spine separation, a few chips and tiny tears to the jacket, else fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Big Planet 1957 Avalon NY. First edition. Corner bump on orange cloth cover, else fine in DW with slight fraying to edges, especially at the top of the spine panel, and a slightly faded spine panel.

Vance, Jack Big Planet 1957 Avalon NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Slight edge bump on the bottom of the front cover, tiny black marks on the first white page from Plasti-Kleer dust jacket protector, else fine in bright DW that has slight black marks, and a 1/16 inch tear in the top inside front flap. Overall, a nice-looking copy.

Vance, Jack Big Planet 1957 Avalon NY. First edition. Offsetting from original DJ protector on rear endpapers and boards, bookplate of the Scott Meredith Literary Agency on front pastedown, else fine, in near fine DW.

Vance, Jack writing as Alan Wade Isle of Peril 1957 Mystery House NY. First edition. Slight tar residue from original Plasti-Kleer jacket protector, else near fine in near fine DW.

Vance, Jack writing as Alan Wade Isle of Peril 1957 Mystery House NY. First edition. Ex-library with major damage.

Vance, Jack writing as Peter Held Take My Face 1957 Mystery House NY. First edition. Some residue from old dust jacket protector on the cover edges, else vg+ in near fine DW with some light crinkles, and a light crease across the front cover. Certainly among the author's most difficult first editions to locate and probably missing from virtually every Vance collection.

Vance, Jack Slaves of the Klau 1958 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with "Big Planet". Slight spine wear, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Languages of Pao 1958 (November) Avalon NY. First edition. Fine in near fine DW with diagonal fold at spine and rear cover.

Vance, Jack The Man in the Cage 1960 Random House NY. First edition. Winner of the 1960 Edgar award. Signed "John Holbrook Vance" on the title page. Rubbing to top and bottom, else fine in very good DW with crinkling along upper spine.

Vance, Jack The Dragon Masters 1963 Ace NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Bound with 'The Five Gold Bands'. Both covers have slight creases, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Dragon Masters 1963 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with 'The Five Gold Bands'. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Dragon Masters 1963 Ace NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Bound with 'The Five Gold Bands'. Both covers have severe crease marks, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Dragon Masters 1963 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with 'The Five Gold Bands'. Both covers have moderate creases, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Future Tense 1964 Ballantine NY. First edition. Red ink stripe remainder mark along bottom edge of pages, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Future Tense 1964 Ballantine NY. First edition. Slight corner crease on the front cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Killing Machine 1964 Berkeley NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Killing Machine 1964 Berkeley NY. First edition. Spine creased, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Son of the Tree 1964 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with "The Houses of Iszm". Cover crease, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Star King 1964 Berkeley NY. First edition. Very fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Four Johns 1964 (March) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Second printing (45c cover price), although copyright page indicates first printing. Signed on the title page. Spine crease, otherwise fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Four Johns 1964 (March) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Second printing (45c cover price), although copyright page indicates first printing. Spine crease, otherwise fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack (writing as Ellery Queen) Four Men Called John 1964 (April 18) Toronto Star (newspaper) Canada. First publication anywhere, 12 pages of 3-column newsprint. Near fine.

Vance, Jack (writing as Ellery Queen) A Room To Die In 1965 Pocket Books NY. First edition. Slight scrape on front cover, else very fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack (writing as Ellery Queen) A Room To Die In 1965 Pocket Books NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Monsters in Orbit 1965 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with "The World Between & Other Stories". Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Monsters in Orbit 1965 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with "The World Between & Other Stories". Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Blue World 1966 Ballantine NY. First edition. Slight crease on rear cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Brains of Earth 1966 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with "The Many Worlds of Magnus Ridolph", also first edition. Slight verrtical cover creases, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Brains of Earth 1966 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with "The Many Worlds of Magnus Ridolph", also first edition. Many slight cover creases, top and bottom edges of spine scraped, stamped 'Property of Magistrate's Court Toronto' inside both covers.

Vance, Jack The Eyes of the Overworld 1966 Ace NY. First edition. Slight creases and cover chips, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Eyes of the Overworld 1966 Ace NY. First edition. Very creased covers, covers separating from spine.

Vance, Jack The Fox Valley Murders 1966 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Vance's copy used to abridge the book for the Ace paperback edition. Signed on the title page by the author. Additionally inscribed opposite the title page: "Changes were made to reduce wordage--each word was like pulling off a toe nail--JV." This copy has heavy annotations and notes in various colors of ink in the author's hand in his attempt to reduce wordage. Near fine in lightly chipped, worn DW.

Vance, Jack The Fox Valley Murders 1966 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Signed 'John Holbrook Vance' on the title page. A "Joe Bain" mystery. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack The Fox Valley Murders 1966 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. A "Joe Bain" mystery. Slight bump in upper-right corner of the first fifty pages, else fine, with DW that has a moderate dampstain on rear and spine, and a slight dampstain on the front.

Vance, Jack (as Ellery Queen) The Madman Theory 1966 (August) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Cover very slightly scraped, else very fine.

Vance, Jack The Last Castle 1967 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with 'The World of the Sleeper' by Tony Russell Wayman. Signed by the author on the title page. Front cover creased along spine, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Last Castle 1967 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with 'The World of the Sleeper' by Tony Russell Wayman. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Last Castle 1967 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with 'The World of the Sleeper' by Tony Russell Wayman. Front cover creased along spine, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Last Castle 1967 Ace NY. First edition. Bound with 'The World of the Sleeper' by Tony Russell Wayman. Front cover creased along spine, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Palace of Love 1967 Berkeley NY. First edition. Spine creased, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Pleasant Grove Murders 1967 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in price-clipped DW.

Vance, Jack The Pleasant Grove Murders 1967 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Fine in near-fine unclipped DW, with slight soiling and tiny closed tears at the ends of the spine panel.

Vance, Jack The Pleasant Grove Murders 1967 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. A few library markings on the front pages, pocket removed from the back page, else very good in a remarkably fine DW except for a removed sticker on the spine.

Vance, Jack City of the Chasch 1968 Ace NY. First edition. Planet of Adventure #1. Some rubbing to covers, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack City of the Chasch 1968 Ace NY. First edition. Planet of Adventure #1. Spine crease and small ink '15' on front cover, else very good.

Vance, Jack The Deadly Isles 1969 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Stll crisp in DW that has red crayon '5/18' on the front cover and front flap, else fine.

Vance, Jack The Deadly Isles 1969 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Fine in near-fine DW.

Vance, Jack The Deadly Isles 1969 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Ex-library with several embossed stamps, else very good in good DW.

Vance, Jack The Dirdir 1969 Ace NY. First edition. Planet of Adventure #3. Slight spine crease, else fine.

Vance, Jack The Dirdir 1969 Ace NY. First edition. Planet of Adventure #3. Slight water stain on top edge of the pages, slight discolorations on front cover, else fine.

Vance, Jack Eight Fantasms and Magics 1969 Macmillan NY. First edition. This copy belonged to Ralph B. Sipper, who received it for an interview that was published in the Aug 5 1979 L.A. Times (Hewett M67). A clipping of that interview is laid in. Fine in bright DW.

Vance, Jack Eight Fantasms and Magics 1969 Macmillan NY. First edition. Warm inscription from mother to 11-year old son on ffep. Fine in near-fine price-clipped DW with a one-inch tear along the spine fold.

Vance, Jack Eight Fantasms and Magics 1969 Macmillan NY. First edition. Slight manufacturing damage to rear pastedown, spine lean, else near-fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Eight Fantasms and Magics 1969 Macmillan NY. First edition. Ex-libary, with the usual stamps and pockets in back, else very good in very good DW.

Vance, Jack Emphyrio 1969 Doubleday NY. First edition, first-state (dark blue covers.). 'Publisher's Compliments' ink-stamp on front pastedown, else fine in fine dust jacket with hint of wear at head and heel of spine panel, and clipped price.

Vance, Jack Emphyrio 1969 Doubleday NY. First edition, second state (black covers.). Spine slant, slight creasing to ffep, else fine in DW that has numerous chips and creases along both edges.

Vance, Jack Emphyrio 1969 Doubleday NY. First edition, first-state (dark blue covers.). Ex-library, scuffing to ends of spine, usual defacement of front endpaper, stamped 'DISCARDS' in red on bottom of title page, otherwise very good.

Vance, Jack Servants of the Wankh 1969 Ace NY. First edition. "Planet of Adventure #2". Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Pnume 1970 Ace NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Discolorations on front cover, else very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Bad Ronald 1973 Ballantine NY. First edition. Former owner's name stamped on the back cover, else near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Bad Ronald 1973 Ballantine NY. First edition. Very good with heavily creased pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Anome 1973 (March) Dell NY. First edition. Book one of the Durdane trilogy. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Anome 1973 (March) Dell NY. First edition. Book one of the Durdane trilogy. Spine rolled, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Anome 1973 (March) Dell NY. First edition. Book one of the Durdane trilogy. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Trullion: Alastor 2262 1973 (June) Ballantine NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Trullion: Alastor 2262 1973 (June) Ballantine NY. First edition. Slight edge bumps on the front cover, small stain on the bottom of the rear cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Brave Free Men 1973 (August) Dell NY. First edition. Book two of the Durdane trilogy. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Gray Prince 1974 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Slight corner bump else fine in DW.

Vance, Jack The Gray Prince 1974 Bobbs-Merrill NY. First edition. Tape marks on covers, residual glue on rear free endpaper, but no other markings, and a tight copy in fine, bright DW.

Vance, Jack The Asutra 1974 (May) Dell NY. First edition. Third book of the Durdane trilogy. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Showboat World 1975 Pyramid NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Showboat World 1975 Pyramid NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Space Opera 1975 Pyramid NY. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Marune: Alastor 933 1975 (September) Ballantine NY. First edition. Slight corner damage, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Best of Jack Vance 1976 Pocket Books NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Maske: Thaery 1976 Berkley NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack (Daniel J. H. Levack and Tim Underwood) Fantasms 1978 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 100 cloth-bound copies. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack (Daniel J. H. Levack and Tim Underwood) Fantasms 1978 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 900 softcover editions. Fine in printed wrappers.

Vance, Jack Wyst: Alastor 1716 1978 DAW NY. First edition. Spine creases, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Bagful of Dreams 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 600 copies. This copy previously owned by Roger Zelazny; letter of provenance laid in. Upper-left corner bumped, else near fine in decorated wrappers.

Vance, Jack Green Magic 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 9 of 11 copies bound in quarter leather with marbled boards. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Collection of short stories. Fine in illustrated slipcase sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Green Magic 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 1 of 175 copies issued. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Collection of short stories. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Green Magic 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Signed by the author on the first blank page. Collection of short stories. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack The House on Lily Street 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 450 unnumbered cloth-bound copies. Ink corrections by Tim Underwood scattered throughout the text. Errata sheet in Tim's hand laid in. This was one of two publisher's copies. Fine in almost fine DW.

Vance, Jack The House on Lily Street 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 450 unnumbered cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the title page. The lower-right corner of both covers was bumped in transit, causing diagonal major creases on both covers, the DW was slightly damaged in the same way, the page block was unaffected.

Vance, Jack Morreion 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 185 of 200 copies, signed on the limitation page by the author, and a special card laid in signed by artist Stephen E. Fabian. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack The Seventeen Virgins 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 600 copies. This copy previously owned by Roger Zelazny; letter of provenance laid in. Upper-right corner bumped, else near fine in decorated wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Seventeen Virgins 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 600 copies. Fine in decorated wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Seventeen Virgins 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 600 copies. Fine in decorated wrappers.

Vance, Jack The View from Chickweed's Window 1979 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 450 unnumbered cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Green Magic 1979 (May) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. A 16-page pamphlet limited to 300 copies. Signed by the author on the first blank page. Fine in printed and stapled wrappers.

Vance, Jack Green Magic 1979 (May) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. A 16-page pamphlet limited to 300 copies. Signed by the author on the first blank page. Fine in printed and stapled wrappers.

Vance, Jack Nopalgarth 1980 (September) DAW NY. First edition. Collection of three stories. Signed by the author on the title page. .

Vance, Jack (Guest of Honor) The Book of the Sixth World Fantasy Convention 1980 (October) Underwood Miller PA. First edition, limited to 100 copies, of the program book for the 1980 World Fantasy Convention, with Jack Vance as the guest of honor. Very good with some discoloration spots on spine, sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack (Guest of Honor) The Book of the Sixth World Fantasy Convention 1980 (October) Underwood Miller PA. First edition, limited to 100 copies, of the program book for the 1980 World Fantasy Convention, with Jack Vance as the guest of honor. Very good with spine fade, sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack (Guest of Honor) The Book of the Sixth World Fantasy Convention 1980 (October) Underwood Miller PA. First edition, limited to 100 copies, of the program book for the 1980 World Fantasy Convention, with Jack Vance as the guest of honor, and Boris Vallejo as guest artist and Robert Bloch as master of ceremonies. Near fine, sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack and various Seventh World Fantasy Convention 1981 (October) Privately Printed CA. First edition. Signed on the front free endpaper by Jack Vance, L. Sprague de Camp, Evangeline Walton, Gene Wolfe, Michael Moorcock and Frank M. Robinson. Fine in two DWs.

Vance, Jack Lost Moons 1982 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 200 unnumbered copies signed by the author on the limtation page. Collection of 9 previously uncollected stories. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Lost Moons 1982 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack The Narrow Land 1982 DAW NY. First edition. Collection of seven stories. Signed by the author on the title page. .

Vance, Jack Cugel's Saga 1983 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 5 copies stamped 'Presentation Copy' in purple ink. Signed on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase. The slipcase was not issued with the book, but was made avaiable later by the publisher.

Vance, Jack Cugel's Saga 1983 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. #293 of 500 signed and numbered copies. Fine in DW. Not issued with a slipcase.

Vance, Jack Cugel's Saga 1983 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. #345 of 500 signed and numbered copies. Fine in DW with slight rubbing to outer folds. Not issued with a slipcase.

Vance, Jack Cugel's Saga 1983 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. #300 of 500 signed and numbered copies. Fine in DW. Not issued with a slipcase.

Vance, Jack Cugel's Saga 1983 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. #287 of 500 signed and numbered copies. Foxing on page ends, else fine in DW. Not issued with a slipcase.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: Suldrun's Garden 1983 (April) Berkeley NY. First edition. First book in the Lyonesse trilogy. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: Suldrun's Garden 1983 (April) Berkeley NY. First edition. First book in the Lyonesse trilogy. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vance, Jack The Complete Magnus Ridolph 1984 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Rhialto the Marvellous 1984 Brandywyne PA. First edition. One of 1000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and cloth slipcase.

Vance, Jack Rhialto the Marvellous 1984 Brandywyne PA. First edition. One of 1000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and cloth slipcase.

Vance, Jack Rhialto the Marvellous 1984 Brandywyne PA. First edition. One of 1000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and cloth slipcase.

Vance, Jack Rhialto the Marvellous 1984 Brandywyne PA. First edition. One of 1000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and cloth slipcase. Still shrink-wrapped.

Vance, Jack Rhialto the Marvellous 1984 Brandywyne PA. First edition. One of 1000 copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and cloth slipcase. Still shrink-wrapped.

Vance, Jack The Pnume 1984 (October) Underwood Miller PA. First American hardcover edition. One of 111 numbered copies, this one has no number, and may be one of the reported 9 presentation copies. Signed by the author and artist on the limitation page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack The Dark Ocean 1985 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 494 of 500 copies. Included with "Strange Notions". Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Light From a Lone Star 1985 NESFA MA. First edition. One of 200 numbered cloth-bound editions. Signed by the author and cover artist Richard Powers on the first blank page. Produced as a commemorative for Vance as GoH and 40th anniversary of first Vance story publication. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Light From a Lone Star 1985 NESFA MA. First edition. One of 200 numbered cloth-bound editions. Signed by the author and cover artist Richard Powers on the first blank page. Produced as a commemorative for Vance as GoH and 40th anniversary of first Vance story publication. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Light From a Lone Star 1985 NESFA MA. First edition. One of 800 unnumbered cloth-bound editions. Signed on the title page. Produced as a commemorative for Vance as GoH and 40th anniversary of first Vance story publication. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Strange Notions 1985 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 494 of 500 copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Included in slipcase with "The Dark Ocean". Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: The Green Pearl 1985 (June) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Second book in the Lyonesse trilogy. One of 26 lettered copies bound in quarter-leather Jan 1990. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW. Slipcased with the other two books in the series.

Vance, Jack The Augmented Agent 1986 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Limited to 200 copies, of which this is #164. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack The Augmented Agent 1986 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Limited to 200 copies, of which this is #15. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack The Dark Side of the Moon 1986 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 147 of 200 numbered copies, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack The Dark Side of the Moon 1986 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 67 of 200 numbered copies, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: The Green Pearl 1986 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Second book in the Lyonesse trilogy. Limited to 650 cloth-bound copies, of which this is one of the 50 presentation copies. Text differs from the trade edition, this being the author's 'preferred' version. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: The Green Pearl 1986 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Second book in the Lyonesse trilogy. Limited to 650 cloth-bound copies, of which this is number 74. Text differs from the trade edition, this being the author's 'preferred' version. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Araminta Station 1987 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Limited to 500 copies, of which this is #477. Signed on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: Madouc 1989 (November) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Third book in the Lyonesse trilogy. Winner of the 1990 World Fantasy Award. One of 26 lettered copies bound in quarter-leather Jan 1990. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW. Slipcased with the other two books in the series.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: Madouc 1989 (November) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Third book in the Lyonesse trilogy. Winner of the 1990 World Fantasy Award. Number 458 of 600 cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: Madouc 1989 (November) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Third book in the Lyonesse trilogy. Winner of the 1990 World Fantasy Award. Number 532 of 600 cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Lyonesse: Madouc 1989 (November) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Third book in the Lyonesse trilogy. Winner of the 1990 World Fantasy Award. Number 286 of 600 cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Chateau D'If 1990 (August 15) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Letter 'N' of 26 lettered editions. Bound in quarter leather. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Chateau D'If 1990 (August 15) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 43 of 300 numbered editions. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Ecce and Old Earth 1991 TOR NY. Uncorrected proof of the first trade edition. Second book of the Cadwal Chronicles. Fine in white printed wrappers.

Vance, Jack Ecce and Old Earth 1991 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Second book in the Cadwal Chronicles. Number 477 of 500 copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. As new in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Ecce and Old Earth 1991 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Second book in the Cadwal Chronicles. Number 451 of 500 copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. As new in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack De Kronieken van Cadwal 1991 (September) Meulenhoff Amsterdam. First edition thus, first omnibus edition. Near fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Throy 1992 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Letter "M" of 26 leather-bound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine sans DW in slipcase as issued.

Vance, Jack Throy 1992 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 64 of 500 cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase as issued.

Vance, Jack Throy 1992 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number ?? of 500 cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase as issued.

Vance, Jack Throy 1992 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number ??? of 500 cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase as issued.

Vance, Jack Throy 1992 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 475 of 500 cloth-bound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase as issued.

Vance, Jack When the Five Moons Rise 1992 (September 15) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Letter 'J' of 26 lettered copies bound in leather. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in slipcase sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack When the Five Moons Rise 1992 (September 15) Underwood Miller PA. First edition. Number 44 of 300 numbered copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack Throy 1993 TOR NY. First trade edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Alastor 1995 (September) TOR NY. First omnibus edition. Review copy with publisher's material laid in. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack Nightlamp 1996 Muelenhoff Ne. First edition. Dutch language. Fine in pictorial wraps.

Vance, Jack The Compleat Dying Earth 1998 (December) SFBC NY. First omnibus edition. Folded poster on the front cover artwork laid in. Fine in DW.

Vance, Jack (Hardy Kettlitz, Gerd Frey and Winfried Volkmann) Jack Vance 1999 Shayol Berlin. "SF Personality 10", a collection of essays. 104pp. Fine in printed wrappers. Color illustration affixed to the front cover.

Vance, Jack Coup de Grace and Other Stories 2001 (October) Vance Integral Edition Oakland, CA. First edition. A collection of stories. One of approximately 40 "Deluxe" editions bound in full brown leather with ribbed spine, teg, marbled endpapers and red ribbon bookmark. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Coup de Grace and Other Stories 2001 (October) Vance Integral Edition Oakland, CA. First edition. A collection of stories. One of approximately 40 "Deluxe" editions bound in full brown leather with ribbed spine, teg, marbled endpapers and red ribbon bookmark. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Coup de Grace and Other Stories 2001 (October) Vance Integral Edition Oakland, CA. First edition. A collection of stories. One of approximately 200 "Reader's" editions with leather spine and board covers. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Coup de Grace and Other Stories 2001 (October) Vance Integral Edition Oakland, CA. First edition. A collection of stories. One of approximately 200 "Reader's" editions with leather spine and board covers. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack (illustrated by Paul Rhoads) The Languages of Pao and The Dragon Masters 2002 (November) Vance Integral Edition Oakland, CA. First edition, the "Deluxe" binding. Number 1 of 10 copies with a tipped in limitation page, signed by author and illustrator, including an original etching. Full dark-brown leather with gold, green and black stamping and four raised ribs. Marbled endpapers, with maps affixed to front and rear pastedowns. Integral yellow ribbon register (bookmark.) 363 pages. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack (illustrated by Paul Rhoads) The Languages of Pao and The Dragon Masters 2002 (November) Vance Integral Edition Oakland, CA. First edition, the "Deluxe" binding. One of only 45 copies printed. Full dark-brown leather with gold, green and black stamping and four raised ribs. Marbled endpapers, with maps affixed to front and rear pastedowns. Integral yellow ribbon register (bookmark.) 363 pages. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack (illustrated by Paul Rhoads) The Languages of Pao and The Dragon Masters 2002 (November) Vance Integral Edition Oakland, CA. First edition, the "Reader's" binding. Light-brown leather spine with gold stamping and slightly raised ribs, boards stamped in black. Map endpapers. 363 pages. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Lurulu 2004 (October) Edition Andreas Irle Germany. First edition (German.) Number 70 of 150 numbered copies. Although not called for, this copy additionally signed by the publisher on the limitation page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack Lurulu 2004 (October) Edition Andreas Irle Germany. First edition (German.) Number ? of 150 numbered copies. Although not called for, this copy additionally signed by the publisher on the limitation page. Wrapped in an unused sheet from the book. Fine sans DW as issued.

Vance, Jack edited by Terry Dowling and Jonathan Strahan The Jack Vance Treasury 2007 Subterranean Press Burton, MI. First edition. Copy A of 26 lettered copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and traycase.

Vance, Jack edited by Terry Dowling and Jonathan Strahan The Jack Vance Treasury 2007 Subterranean Press Burton, MI. First edition. #262 of 374 numbered copies, signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Vance, Jack The Jack Vance Reader 2008 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Copy A of 26 lettered copies signed by Vance on the limitation page. Includes introductions by Robert Silverberg, Ursula K. Le Guin, and Mike Resnick. Fine in DW and clamshell case.

Vance, Jack This is Me, Jack Vance 2009 Subterranean Press MI. First edition. Number L of 26 leather-bound copies. Fine in DW and clamshell case.

Vance, Jack The Complete Lyonesse 2010 Gollancz UK. First edition of this omnibus edition. Fine in leatherette boards sans DJ as issued.

Vandermeer, Jeff Veniss Underground 2003 (April) Night Shade Books CA. First edition. One of 750 copies, signed by the author. Fine in DW.

Various My Best Detective Story 1931 Faber and Faber UK. First edition. Includes stories by Ernest Bramah, Sayers, Chesterton, Christie, and others. Many reprints, rare first edition. Near fine in bright DW.

Vess, Charles The Horns of Elfland 1979 (July) Archival Press Cambridge, MA. First edition. Three tales of Magic and Sorcery. Color covers and black and white illustrations. Very good in pictorial wrappers.

Viereck, George Sylvester The House of the Vampire 1907 Moffat and Co. NY. First edition. A tale of horror with homosexual riptides throughout (not listed in Young but mentioned in Summers.) A very popular work in its time, later adapted to the stage. Dedicated to his mother. Very rare. Owner's signature dated "1908" on the front free endpaper, else near fine in green cloth covered boards, gilt stamped front and spine. Half the DW is present, the full rear flap, the rear cover with edge chips and a small portion of the spine that bears the book title.

Viereck, George Sylvester The House of the Vampire 1907 Moffat and Co. NY. First edition. A tale of horror with homosexual riptides throughout (not listed in Young but mentioned in Summers.) A very popular work in its time, later adapted to the stage. Dedicated to his mother. Very rare. Near fine in green cloth covered boards, gilt stamped front and spine. A very nice looking copy.

Viereck, George Sylvester The House of the Vampire 1907 Moffat and Co. NY. First edition. A tale of horror with homosexual riptides throughout (not listed in Young but mentioned in Summers.) A very popular work in its time, later adapted to the stage. Dedicated to his mother. Very rare. Near fine in green cloth covered boards, gilt stamped front and spine. A very nice looking copy.

Viereck, George Sylvester Confessions of a Barbarian 1910 Moffat, Yard and Co. NY. First edition. Very good in green cloth boards with gilt letters, lettering on spine somewhat rubbed.

Viereck, George Sylvester and Paul Eldridge My First Two Thousand Years 1928 Macauley NY. First edition. The first of the "Wandering Jew" trilogy. Signed by both authors on the ffep. Maroon cloth sans publisher catalog present in later states. A solid VG copy with some fading to gilt lettering on spine and a minor bump to upper corner of rear boards. Reprints of this title are as common as dirt, however the first edition is increasingly difficult to come by as Viereck is a most sought-after author despite (or perhaps because of) his Nazi ties. The author of the remarkable novel THE HOUSE OF THE VAMPIRE, this is perhaps his best-known book. While this copy as described thus far is highly collectible, with no other copies available thus far, what makes this a true rarity is that it has been SIGNED by both Viereck and Eldridge! With a brief inscription to Elizabeth M-. Some fading to gilt lettering on spine and a minor bump to upper corner of rear boards, else very good.

Viereck, George Sylvester and Paul Eldridge Salome: My First Two Thousand Years of Love 1930 Horace Liveright NY. First edition. The second of the "Wandering Jew" trilogy. Rare in dust jacket. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-350. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1633. Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997), p. 985. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 1073. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 441. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature IV, pp. 1918-21. Bleiler (1978), p. 200. Reginald 04755. Not in Bloch (2002; 2010). Book is fine in purple cloth with gold and silver embossed designs, previous owner's inscriptions on ffep and copyright page, dated 1931.The DW is very good, with a few chips and tears.

Viereck, George Sylvester My Flesh and Blood 1931 Horace Liveright NY. First edition. Inscribed "For Joseph Schultz, gratefully, the indiscreet author, George Sylvester Viereck, 1938" on the front free endpaper. Poems and descriptions. Near fine. Top edge red, untrimmed fore-edges.

Viereck, George Sylvester and Paul Eldridge The Invincible Adam 1932 Horace Liveright NY. First edition. The third book of the "Wandering Jew" trilogy. Limited to 100 signed and numbered copies "specially bound for Mr. Viereck", this being copy number 41. Signed by Viereck on the limitation page, and additionally signed on the first blank page, with his bookplate on the front free endpaper. Rare. Book has slightly scuffed corners, else fine in black cloth boards, and custom-made black cloth slipcase.

Viereck, George Sylvester Gloria 1952 Duckworth UK. First edition. Sequel of sorts to "The Wandering Jew" trilogy. Rare. Near fine in DW that has sunning on the spine, not price-clipped.

Vinge, Joan The Snow Queen 1980 Dial Press NY. First edition. Inscribed and dated 1984 by the author on the title page. Winner of the Hugo award for best novel. Slight sunning along top edge of covers, neat signature and date (1980) on the first colored paper, slight dirt on bottom edge of pages, else fine in a very good DW with several short closed tears and some wrinkling.

Vinge, Joan World's End 1984 Bluejay NY. First edition, published simultaneously with the limited edition. Fine in DW.

Vinge, Joan World's End 1984 (February) Bluejay NY. Uncorrected proof (advance reading copy) of the first edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Vinge, Joan The Summer Queen 1991 (November) Warner NY. First edition, review slip laid in. Sequel to the Hugo-winning 'Snow Queen'. Fine in DW.

Vinge, Joan The Summer Queen 1991 (November) Warner NY. First edition. Sequel to the Hugo-winning 'Snow Queen'. Remainder mark on the bottom, slight soiling to the top of the page block, else fine in DW.

Vinge, Vernor The Collected Stories of Vernor Vinge 2001 TOR NY. First edition. Number 4 of 50 copies signed at Mysterious Galaxy bookstore. Single-sheet printout of an illustration by the author, also signed and numbered, laid in. Fine in DW.

Vonarburg, Elisabeth Dreams of the Sea 2003 Tesseract Alberta. First edition of the author's first book. "The collector's cloth edition.". Fine in DW.

Voorhies, Frank C. Mrs. McPiggs of the Very Old Scratch 1903 The Mutual Book Company Boston. First edition. Foxing to the endpapers, inner hinges starting to crack, else very good in cloth boards.

Vukcevich, Ray The Man of Maybe Half-A-Dozen Faces 2000 (February) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. The author's first novel. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Vukcevich, Ray The Man of Maybe Half-A-Dozen Faces 2000 (February) St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. The author's first novel. Fine in DW.

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Wakem, Hugh (pseudonym), The Diary of a Smut Hound 1930 William Hodgson PA. First edition. "A crusader for morality in literature supplies the world with a valuable insight into his life and habits." A very funny satire on erotica, censorship, bookmen, and book dealers. 63 pages. Believed to be written by Samuel Roth. Near fine in very good DW.

Waldrop, Howard Them Bones 1984 (November) Ace NY. First edition. Inscribed and dated one month before publication "Oct 13, 1984" by the author on the title page. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Waldrop, Howard A Dozen Tough Jobs (with) Them Bones 1989 Zeising PA. First edition and first hardcover edition respectively. Both volumes limited to 350 copies and signed by the author and DW artists Arnie Fenner and Terry Lee. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Waldrop, Howard Night of the Cooters 1990 Zeising KC. First edition. One of 374 numbered copies signed by the author, introducer Chad Oliver, Don Maitz, Arnie Fenner and six others. Illustrated. 1992 World Fantasy Award nominee for Best Collection and 1992 Hugo Award winner for Best Novelette ("Fin de Cycle"). Fine in DW and slipcase.

Waldrop, Howard You Could Go Home Again 1992 Cheap Street VA. First edition. Of 111 copies (including ten lettered), this is number 57. Signed by the author and by artist Judy J. Kings on the limitation page.. Promotional material laid in. Fine in handmade Yuzen paper DW and matching traycase..

Warga, Wayne Hardcover 1985 Arbor House NY. First edition. Author's first book. Signed by the author on the first blank page. A bibliomystery. Fine in DW.

Watson, Ian Slow Birds and Other Stories 1985 Gollancz UK. First edition. Collects eleven stories. Fine in DW.

Watts, Alan The Spirit of Zen 1936 John Murray UK. First edition of the author's first book. Yellow cloth boards with Arabic man illustrated on cover. Very rare. Book has previous owner's name on the front endpaper with personal bookplate affixed, rear endpaper has a few creases otherwise solid, clean and tight throughout. Dustjacket has chips and small tears, some age tanning, and a few discolored stains.

Watts, Alan Easter Its Story and Meaning 1950 Henry Schuman NY. First edition. Inscribed "With all good wishes, Alan W. Watts May 20, 1950" on the front free end paper. Fine in very good DW with 1" chip missing from the rear panel. Inscription ink was wet when book was closed, marking front flap of dust jacket. Not price clipped.

Watts, Alan The Supreme Identity 1950 Pantheon UK. First edition. Author's eighth book, published while he was still chaplain at Northwestern University. Near fine in fragile, very good DW.

Watts, Alan The Wisdom of Insecurity 1951 Pantheon NY. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page, with a design of the Worm Ouroborous, and dated October 1951. Very good.

Watts, Alan Beat Zen Square Zen And Zen 1959 City Lights SF. First book publication. Fine in printed wrappers with faint coffee stains.

Watts, Alan In My Own Way 1972 Pantheon NY. First edition. Owners signature of ffep, else fine in DW.

Weiner, Ellis National Lampoon's Doon 1984 (November) Pocket Books NY. First edition. Parody of Frank Herbert's 'Dune'. Slight spine creases and discolored rear cover, else fine in pictorial wrappers.

Weinstein, David The Forgotten Network 2004 Temple University Press PA. First edition. Subtittled "Dumont and the Birth of American Television". Contains two pages on Jack Vance. Mentions Mike Berro in the Acknowledgements. Fine in DW.

Weis, Margaret and Tracy Hickman Dragon Wing 1990 (February) Bantam NY. First edition. First 'Deathgate' book. Good in fine DW.

Westlake, Donald E. A Likely Story 1984 Penzler NY. First edition. Remainder marks on top edge, else fine in DW.

Westlake, Donald E. Sacred Monster 1989 Mysterious Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

White, Ned The Very Bad Thing 1990 Biking NY. First edition. Author's first book. Remainder mark on the bottom of the page block, else fine in DW.

Whittemore, Edward Quin's Shanghai Circus 1974 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Author's first book. Very fine in DW.

Whittemore, Edward Quin's Shanghai Circus 1974 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Author's first book. Very good in DW.

Whittemore, Edward Sinai Tapestry 1977 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Author's second book. Fine in DW.

Whittemore, Edward Jerusalem Poker 1978 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Author's third book. Near fine in DW.

Whittemore, Edward Nile Shadows 1983 (April) Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. Review slip laid in. Near fine in DW.

Whittemore, Edward Jericho Mosaic 1987 Norton NY. First edition. Fourth book of the Jericho Mosaic Quartet. Fine in DW.

Whittemore, Edward Jericho Mosaic 1987 Norton NY. First edition. Fourth book of the Jericho Mosaic Quartet. Near fine in DW, with a few spots to the page ends, and slight creasing at the top of the front cover of the dust jacket (no tears.).

Wibberley, Leonard One in Four 1976 Morrow NY. First edition. Fine in DW with price-sticker residue on front cover.

Wilde, Kelley The Suiting 1988 (August) TOR NY. First edition. Author's first book. Winner of the 1989 Bram Stoker award for best first novel. Fine in DW.

Wilhelm, Kate Margaret and I 1971 Little, Brown and Company NY. First edition, signed on title page. Fine, slight bumping along upper edge of DW, else fine.

Wilhelm, Kate The Infinity Box 1975 Harper NY. First edition, inscribed on the title page. Book is fine, the shiny metallic dust cover has some discoloration (peeling lamination?) on spine.

Wilhelm, Kate The Infinity Box 1975 Harper NY. First edition. Fine, metallic dust cover has some discoloration on spine.

Wilhelm, Kate Huysman's Pets 1986 Bluejay NY. First edition, signed on title page. Very fine in DW.

Wilhelm, Kate The Hamlet Trap 1987 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition, signed on title page. Ordered direct from author. Very fine, DW fine except small bumps to top and bottom of spine.

Wilhelm, Kate Crazy Time 1988 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition, signed on title page. Very fine in DW.

Williams, Tad Tailchaser's Song 1985 (November) DAW NY. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in DW.

Williams-Ellis, Amabel and Mably Owen, eds. Out of this World I 1960 Blackie UK. First edition. First in the series. Collects stories by Jack Vance, Arthur C. Clarke, John Wyndham, Arthur Proges, Murray Leinster, Fredric Brown and others. Foreward by Bertrand Russell. Rare in dust jacket. Fine in near-fine, price-clipped DW.

Williamson, J. N. (Ed.) Masques IV 1991 Maclay MD. First edition, leather bound, number 653 of 750, signed by 25 contributors. Original anthology with stories by Chet Williamson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, F. Paul Wilson, Graham Masterton, Gary Brandner, Russell, Coyne, Dan Simmons and others. Fine sans DW in slipcase as issued.

Williamson, Philip G. Dinbig of Khimmur 1991 (March) Grafton UK. First edition. Review slip with pencilled notations laid in. Fine in DW.

Williamson, Philip G. Citadel 1995 (November) Legend UK. First edition. Review copy, with publisher's letter laid in. A mystery set in the "Firstworld Chronicles" universe. Fine in DW.

Williamson, Philip G. Enchantment's Edge 1996 (September) Hodder & Stoughton UK. First edition. Review copy, with publisher's letter laid in, as well as an additional dust jacket sans price (export version?), and a proof of the paperback wrappers. Fine in DW.

Willis, Connie Lincoln's Dreams 1987 (May) Bantam NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. This book won the John W. Campbell Award for best novel in 1988. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-269. Neat diagonal cut to front free end paper, else fine in DW.

Willis, Connie and Cynthia Felice Light Raid 1989 (May) Ace NY. First edition. Signed by Connie Willis on the title page. Fine in DW.

Willis, Connie Remake 1995 Zeising CA. First edition. #166 of 2000 signed limited editions. Illustrated by Arnie Fenner. Fine in DW and slipcase as issued.

Wilson, Aubrey The Search for Ernest Bramah 2007 Creighton & Read UK. First edition. Only biography of Ernest Bramah. One of ten hand signed and hand numbered copies, this being number one, and dated April 2007. Fine in DW.

Wilson, Aubrey The Search for Ernest Bramah 2007 Creighton & Read UK. First edition. Only biography of Ernest Bramah. Lengthy inscription from the author to Mike Berro, and dated April 2007 on the front free endpaper. Fine in DW.

Wilson, Aubrey The Search for Ernest Bramah 2007 Creighton & Read UK. First edition. Only biography of Ernest Bramah. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Fine in DW.

Wilson, Robert Charles Gypsies 1989 Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Wilson, Robert Charles The Divide 1990 (January) Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Wilson, Robert Charles The Divide 1990 (January) Foundation NY. First edition. Fine in very good DW except for price sticker residue in the lower-left corner of the front cover.

Wilson, Snoo Spaceache 1984 Chatto & Windus UK. First edition. Playwright and author's first book. Campy humor. Corners bumped, else fine in DW.

Wingrove, David Chung Kuo: The Middle Kingdom 1990 (January) Delacorte Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Wingrove, David Chung Kuo: The Middle Kingdom 1990 (January) Delacorte Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW with slightly ragged edges on spine panel.

Winterbotham, Russ The Puppet Planet 1964 Avalon NY. First edition. Fine in DW with slight sticker residue over original price ($2.95).

Witty, Paul and Anne Coomer Salome Goes to the Fair 1953 Dutton NY. First edition. Inscribed "For Phyllis / besr wishes / Paul / Anne". Scarce title about a prize pig. Considerable water damage to the lower half of the rear boards, causing dye from the red cloth to seep into the dust jacket and rear endpapers, otherwise very good in non-price clipped DW.

Wodehouse, P. G. The Intrusion of Jimmy 1910 (May) W. J. Watt NY. First edition. Precedes the English first, Man of Leisure, by six months. Near fine in pictorial boards.

Wodehouse, P. G. Hot Water 1932 Herbert & Jenkins UK. First edition. Rebound in half-leather with marbled boards, raised bands with gilt lettering and designs. Matching slipcase. Moderate foxing, else very good.

Wodehouse, P. G. Summer Moonshine 1937 Doubleday Doran NY. First edition. Very good in slightly spine-sunned DW.

Wolf, Gary K. The Resurrectionist 1979 (July 20) Doubleday NY. First edition. Review copy with review slip laid in. Author's third novel. Two small scrapes on botton edge of front and back covers, else fine in very good DW.

Wolf, Gary K. Who Censored Roger Rabbit? 1981 St. Martin's Press NY. First edition. Inscribed "To Mike", with a drawing and paw prints of Roger on the front free endpaper. Fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene The Fifth Head of Cerberus 1972 Scribners NY. First edition. Author's first book. Some soiling to the top edge of the page block, pages starting to yellow, else near-fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene Peace 1975 Harper & Row NY. First edition. Author's second book, first novel. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in very good DJ with 1 inch closed tear along fold at lower-right corner of front cover.

Wolfe, Gene The Devil in a Forest 1976 Follett Chicago. First edition. In the full-color pictorial "Titan" binding. Fine in near-fine DW.

Wolfe, Gene The Shadow Of The Torturer 1980 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. First book of "The New Sun.". Fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene Book of Days 1981 Doubleday NY. First edition, signed on title page Ordered directly from the author. Fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene The Claw Of The Conciliator 1981 Simon & Schuster NY. First edition. Second book of the "New Sun". Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene The Citadel of the Autarch 1983 Timescape NY. First edition. Fourth book of "The New Sun.". Remainder strip on bottom of page block, else fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene The Wolfe Archipelago 1983 Zeising CT. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW with slight crinkling on upper edge.

Wolfe, Gene Free Live Free 1984 Zeising CT. First edition. Limited to 750 copies. Signed by the author and three artists on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene Plan[e]t Engineering 1984 NESFA MA. First edition. Number 117 of 225 signed and slipcased copies. Sogned by the author, ?, and introducer David Hartwell on the first blank page. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Wolfe, Gene The Urth of the New Sun 1987 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Spine split at bottom of pages 52-53, else near fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene Storeys From The Old Hotel 1988 Kerosina UK. First edition. One of 250 numbered copies signed by Wolfe. Enclosed with 'For Rosemary', a 46-page poetry collection, which is signed by Gene Wolfe and "Rosemary" (his wife) on the title page. Fine in fine DW in cloth slipcase.

Wolfe, Gene There Are Doors 1988 (November) TOR NY. First edition. Small ink signature on half-title page, else fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene Soldier of Arete 1989 (August) TOR NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Wolfe, Gene Talk of Mandrakes 2003 Sirius Fiction CA. First edition. Letter "Q" of 26 reserved copies. 11 page short story. Fine in blue printed wrappers.

Wollheim, Donald A. Mike Mars, Astronaut 1961 Doubleday NY. First edition. First book in the "Mike Mars" series. Tight, near fine book in unclipped dust jacket with rubbed and chipped spine, else very good.

Wren, M. K. A Gift Upon the Shore 1990 (March) Ballantine NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Wright, Harold Bell When A Man's A Man 1919 (August 10) The Book Supply Co. IL. First edition. A prepublication copy, stamped "Reviewer's copy" on title and half-title pages. (See Biblio magazine May 1998 p55.). Front hinge starting to separate, else very good with very bright and clean red cloth covers, in the rare DJ with a one-inch closed tear on the rear cover, and chips missing along the edges.

Wright, S. Fowler Deluge 1928 Cosmopolitan NY. First edition. Reading copy. Spine loose, cover has two water ring stains.

Wright, S. Fowler The Throne of Saturn 1949 Arkham House WI. First edition. Reading copy only. Ex-library, sans DW.

Wright, Willard Huntington (editor) The Great Detective Stories 1927 Scribners NY. First edition. Important early anthology edited by mystery writer S. S. Van Dine under his real name. Includes stories by Ernest Bramah, Edgar Alan Poe, Arthur Conan Doyle, and others. Inscribed "Mr. Ernest Bramah from -----, one of his many American admirers 11/18/27" on the ffep. Scarce in dust jacket. Very good in DW.

Wright, William Charlton The Book of Spirits, and Tales of the Dead 1827 William Charlton Wright London. "Containing Lord Byron in the Other World; Weber and the Heavenly Choir; Talma in Celestial Spheres; The Phantom Ship; and other Narrations of Deep and Awful Interest, principally original, but partly translated from Grecian mss." First edition. Colour unfolding frontispiece and title page, two other plates apparently missing. Frontis,(6),100 pages. Measures 8.75" x 5.25.". Text and covers tight, blank pages heavily foxed, pages mostly clean. Period brown cloth covers have faded. Overall, good.

Wrong, E. M. Crime and Detection 1926 Oxford University Press UK. First edition. A collection of mystery stories, including stories by Ernest Bramah, Poe, Chesterton, Hornung, Doyle, Freeman, Bailey, and Pain. Volume 301 in "The World Classics.". Fine, top edge green, red ribbon marker, cardboard slipcase.

Wu Dingbo and Patrick D. Murphy Science Fiction from China 1989 Praeger Press NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Wu, Yuan-Li The Economy of Communist China 1965 Pall Mall UK. First edition. Pages starting to yellow, else fine in DW.

Wurts, Janny Stormwarden 1984 (December) Ace NY. First edition. Inscribed to Roger Zelazny on the title page. TLS from author to Zelazny laid in. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

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Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn Cautionary Tales 1978 Doubleday NY. First edition. Collection of 13 short stories. Fine in DW.

Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn Signs & Portents 1984 (August) Scream Press Santa Cruz CA. First edition. Letter "I" of 26 lettered copies, signed by the author and illustrator Glen Iwasaki on the limitation page. The first book issued under the Dream Press imprint. Fine in brown cloth boards and cloth-covered slipcase as issued.

Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn Four Horses for Tishtry 1985 Harper and Row NY. First edition. Author's first juvenile book. Fine in DW with publisher's sticker ("Harper Crest") on bottom of spine panel..

Yolen, Jane Tales of Wonder 1983 Schocken NY. First edition, inscription on title page Ordered directly from the author. Fine in DW.

Yolen, Jane The Stone Silenus 1984 Philomel NY. First edition. Remainder mark on top of pages, else fine in DW.

Yolen, Jane Storyteller 1992 NESFA MA. First edition. #80 of 200 copies signed and numbered. Fine in DW and slipcase.

Yutang, Lin The Little Critic 1935 Commercial Press Shanghai. First editions. "Essays, Satires and Sketches on China 1930-1935" in two volumes. The best of Lin Yutang's essays, written for his Shanghai magazine "The China Critic" from 1930 to 1935. 299 and 258 pages, measuring approximately 7" by 5". Rare in dust jackets. Both books are in very good condition, hardbound in blue cloth, with the paper dust jackets intact but for moderate chipping to extremities.

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Zebrowski, George Macrolife 1979 Harper & Row NY. First edition, #109 of 250. Signed on the limitation page. Ordered directly from the author. Fine in DW.

Zebrowski, George Macrolife 1979 Harper & Row NY. First edition, signed on half-title page Ordered directly from the author. Fine in DW.

Zebrowski, George Stranger Suns 1991 (September) Bantam NY. First trade edition after Easton Press limited edition. Inscribed to Roger Zelazny on the title page. Near fine in pictorial wrappers.

Zelazny, Roger (appearing in) Skyline (Vol XXXII) 1959 Western Reserve Univ OH. Collegiate magazine containing Zelazny's first poetry publication. (His first story was published in high school.). Fine in yellow printed wrappers.

Zelazny, Roger The Dream Master 1966 Ace NY. First edition. Author's third book. Some page yellowing, else very good in pictorial wrapper with slight creases and tears.

Zelazny, Roger This Immortal 1966 Ace NY. First edition. Author's first book. Winner of the Hugo award. Some page yellowing, else fine in pictorial wrapper with slight creases.

Zelazny, Roger Creatures of Light and Darkness 1969 Doubleday NY. First edition. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-278. Very good, with rubbing to top and bottom of spine, and slight foxing to the top of the page block, in very good DW with crinkle-tears to edges, especially at the spine.

Zelazny, Roger Creatures of Light and Darkness 1969 Doubleday NY. First edition. Neat owner's inscription "To Mother / Merry Christmas / 1969 / Paul" on ffep, else fine in near fine DW with crinkle-tears along the upper edge, especially at the spine.

Zelazny, Roger Jack of Shadows 1971 Walker NY. First edition. Slight soiling on front white cloth-covered boards, else fine in near-fine DW.

Zelazny, Roger L'Ile Des Morts 1971 Editions Opta Paris. First French edition of 'The Island of the Dead'. Trade paperback. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Zelazny, Roger Sign of the Unicorn 1975 Doubleday NY. First edition. Third book in the "Amber" series. Fine in near-fine DW.

Zelazny, Roger The Hand of Oberon 1976 Doubleday NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger Le Maitre Des Reves 1977 Casterman Paris. First French edition of 'The Dream Master'. Trade paper. Fine in pictorial wrappers.

Zelazny, Roger The Courts of Chaos 1978 Doubleday NY. First edition. The fifth in the Amber series. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger Roadmarks 1979 (October) Del Rey NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger For A Breath I Tarry 1980 Underwood Miller NY. First book edition. #111 of 200 hardbound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Typed letter from the publisher tipped-in. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger For A Breath I Tarry 1980 Underwood Miller NY. First book edition. #78 of 200 hardbound copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Typed letter from the publisher tipped-in. Near-fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger For A Breath I Tarry 1980 Underwood Miller NY. First book edition. Trade paper, limited to 600 copies. Fine in wraps.

Zelazny, Roger Eye of Cat 1982 Timescape NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger (compiled by J. H. Levack) Amber Dreams 1983 Underwood Miller PA. First edition. One of 200 copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger and Gene Wolfe, Lieber, Yarbro, Sladek, Sargent, Cowper Cheap Street Chapbook Series 1981-1983 1983 Cheap Street VA. This consists of a tray case (number 15 of 27 numbered) with the following chapbooks: The Mountain Cage by Pamela Sargent (signed), On Saint Huberts Thing by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro (signed), Quicks Around The Zodiac by Fritz Leiber (signed), Red Noise by John Sladek (signed), A Rhapsody In Amber by Roger Zelazny (signed), The Story of Pepita and Corindo and The Unhappy Princess both by Richard Cowper. All the original envelopes are present plus sales prospectus, order forms, sales catalogues. An additional bonus is the inclusion of a Cheap Street handmade Xmas card and a minor chapbook by Gene Wolfe entitled At The Point Of Capricorn. All the chapbooks are in fine condition as is the tray case.

Zelazny, Roger Trumps of Doom 1985 Arbor House NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger Blood of Amber 1986 Arbor House NY. First edition. The seventh in the Amber series. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger A Dark Travelling 1987 Walker NY. First edition. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger Sign of Chaos 1987 Arbor House NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger Frost and Fire 1989 Morrow NY. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger The Doors Of His Face, The Lamps Of His Mouth 1991 Pulphouse OR. First separate edition of this novella. Number 38 of 100 copies bound in brown leather. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Zelazny, Roger Prince of Chaos 1991 Morrow NY. First edition. Tenth "Amber" book. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger Gone To Earth 1991 (December) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 27. Leather bound, #23 of 50. Signed on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Zelazny, Roger Gone To Earth 1991 (December) Pulphouse OR. First edition. Author's Choice Monthly Issue 27. Leather bound, #45 of 50. Signed on the title page. Fine sans DW as issued.

Zelazny, Roger A Night in the Lonesome October 1993 Easton Press PA. First edition. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Leather bound. Fine sans DW as issued.

Zelazny, Roger A Night in the Lonesome October 1993 (August) AvoMorrow NY. First edition. Illustrated by Gahan Wilson. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger A Night in the Lonesome October 1993 (August) AvoMorrow NY. First edition. Illustrated by Gahan Wilson. Fine in DW.

Zelazny, Roger And the Darkness is Harsh 1994 Pretentious Press MA. First edition. Six-page folio containing author's first published story (in his high school literary magaszine when he was 14). One of 85 copies, signed on the limitation page. Issued by David Aronovitz. Fine in printed wrappers.

Zelazny, Roger and Gerald Hausman Wilderness 1994 (February) Forge NY. First edition. Signed by both authors on the title page. Fine in DW.

Zochert, Donald Murder in the Hellfire Club 1978 Holt, Rinehart and Winston NY. First edition. A mystery starring Benjamin Franklin. Very good in very good DW (soiling and chips missing.).


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