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EMPRESS OF THE ENDLESS DREAM [THE], Arden, Tom
1 EMPRESS OF THE ENDLESS DREAM [THE]
Arden, Tom
Gollancz, 2001, 0575063742 / 9780575063747

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Jenkins, Kevin
Hardcover UK, first printing and true first edition. (No US publication for any book in this excellent fantasy series.) Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. The Fifth Book of The Orokon series. The final volume in Arden's five-volume apocalyptic fantasy epic comprising macabre humor, horror, dark fantasy and mysticism all set in a world equivalent to our 17th century Europe, where the world-saving youth begins the quest as a remarkably unlikable and immature young man, a refreshing break from the one dimensional, wholesome hero-types we usually get in quest fantasy novels. Arden is relatively unknown in the U.S. and deserves more recognition. Innovative adult fantasy at its very best. Beautiful dust jacket illustration by Kevin Jenkins.

002182

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BLIND ASSASSIN [THE] (SIGNED), Atwood, Margaret
2 BLIND ASSASSIN [THE] (SIGNED)
Atwood, Margaret
Doubleday / Nan A. Talese, 2000, 0385475721 / 9780385475723

First Edition, Hardcover, Near Fine, Near Fine. Book. Advertising Archive, London
Hardcover first edition, first printing and first US edition. (Preceded by the McClelland & Stewart edition published in Canada.) Signed and inscribed by Atwood "For _____ - Best Wishes - " on the title page. (The name is illegible.) Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Margaret Atwood travels rarely now, so signed copies will become increasingly scarce and valuable. Light handling-related wear to page block and jacket edges, else a near fine copy in near fine jacket. Previous owner's book plate on ffep. A straight, square copy without tears or marks and price intact. Historical fiction with science fictional elements, it's a novel within a novel set in present-day Canada, but narrated in restrospective about events in Post-WII. Award History: 2000 Man Booker Prize Winner; the 2001 Hammett Prize; 2000 Governor General's Award Nominee; The 20002 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. Time magazine named it the best novel of 2000 and included it in its list of the 100 greatest English-language novels since 1923.
Signed by Author(s)
004761

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COMPANY THEY KEEP [THE], Baker, Kage
3 COMPANY THEY KEEP [THE]
Baker, Kage
Science Fiction Book Club, 2007, 0739485989 / 9780739485989

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Jensen, Bruce
Book Club first edition, first printing. Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Omnibus collecting The Machine's Child (2006) and The Sons of Heaven (2007), novels seven and eight respectively set in The Company universe.

004196

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ON COMPANY TIME: THE FIRST TWO COMPANY NOVELS, Baker, Kage
4 ON COMPANY TIME: THE FIRST TWO COMPANY NOVELS
Baker, Kage
Science Fiction Book Club, 1999, 0739401521 / 9780739401521

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Near Fine, Very Good. Book. Jensen, Bruce
Book Club Edition, first printing and hardcover edition, with "First SFBC Fantasy Printing: February 1999" stated on copyright page with code 36398 on rear jacket panel. Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Omnibus edition, collects the first two Company novels together for the first and only time: In the Garden of Iden (1997 in the UK, 1998 in the US) and Sky Coyote (1999). Jacket edges moderately torn and frayed at head and heel of spine panel. Closed tear (1 cm in length) with associated crinkling at top edge near tip. Defects aside. a clean, square copy without price-clipping.

003870

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EXULTANT: DESTINY'S CHILDREN BOOK TWO, Baxter, Stephen
5 EXULTANT: DESTINY'S CHILDREN BOOK TWO
Baxter, Stephen
Gollancz, 2004, 0575074280 / 9780575074286

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Fine. Book. 
Hardcover UK, first printing and true first edition. (The first US was published in December, 2004.) Faint jacket crinkling at bottom edge of spine panel, else very fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. In 25,000 years, mankind will be involved in a death struggle against the alien Xeelee for control of the galaxy. To win, mankind initiates a selective breeding program to build the ulitmate soldiers for the final victory in battles to be waged at the galaxy's core. The second book in the Destiny's Children series, preceded by Coalescent. Award History: Locus 2004 Recommended Reading List: Science Fiction Novels.

003289

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MOVING MARS (SIGNED WITH DOODLE), Bear, Greg
6 MOVING MARS (SIGNED WITH DOODLE)
Bear, Greg
Tor, 1993, 031285515X / 9780312855154

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Barlowe, Wayne
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. Signed by Bear on the title page with a doodle of Mars "moving" across the title page. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. A pristine, never read copy in protective brodart jacket. Barron, Anatomy of Wonder 5, *II-95. "[The] most daring of all the several Mars novels that have appeared in the 1990's." Clute, Science Fiction: The Illustrated Encyclopedia, pg. 196, and at Notable Works, pg. 207, ibid. Dust jacket by Wayne Barlowe. Award History: 1994 Nebula Award Winner; 1994 Hugo Award Nominee (lost to .
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000788

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AFTER SILENCE, Carroll, Jonathan
7 AFTER SILENCE
Carroll, Jonathan
Doubleday, 1993, 0385419740 / 9780385419741

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Werner, Honi
Hardcover first edition, first printing and first US edition. (First published in 1992 in the UK by Macdonald.) Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Carroll is the author of such acclaimed novels as The Land of Laughs, Bones of the Moon and Sleeping in Flame. "[Carroll] has produced oddly affecting novels, always walking an uneasy tightrope between literary affectation and all-out horror." - Maxim Jakubowski, Fantasy Literature: A Reader's Guide, Neil Barron (ed), 1990, pg. 232.

003428

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URBAN NOIR: COMPLIMENTARY SAMPLER, Chance, Karen, Elizabeth Bear, Kelly McCullough, Kat Richardson, Faith Hunter and Jeanne C. Stein
8 URBAN NOIR: COMPLIMENTARY SAMPLER
Chance, Karen, Elizabeth Bear, Kelly McCullough, Kat Richardson, Faith Hunter and Jeanne C. Stein
Ace, 2006, 

First Edition, Trade Paperback, Very Fine, No Jacket. Book. 
First printing, trade paperback. Very fine (unread) copy. Promotional sampler featuring excerpts from novels forthcoming from Ace Books and Roc. The back cover includes images of the book jackets for the forthcoming novels. Featured authors and novels include: Touch the Dark by Karen Chance; Blood and Iron by Elizabeth Bear; Webmage by Kelly McCullough; Grey Walker by Kat Richardson; Bloodring by Faith Hunter and The Becoming by Jeanne C. Stein.

003374

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JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL, Clarke, Susanna
9 JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL
Clarke, Susanna
London, Bloomsbury, 2004, 0747570558 / 9780747570554

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Rosenberg, Portia
Hardcover UK, first printing and first UK edition. (The US edition precedes by 3 weeks.) Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. This copy is wrapped in the creme (white) jacket. Besides some editorial changes, the UK edition has some differences from the US edition, specifically the addition of a silk placeholder ribbon not in the US edition and a different photo of Ms. Clarke on the rear jacket flap. The first edition was issued in two jacket states: one creme and the other black, this is the creme-colored jacket. (All later printings will have black jackets only.) Heavily promoted new novel which meets the critics rave reviews. Collectors have edged toward collecting the creme colored jackets over the black as all later printings will be published in black jackets only. Also, neither the the creme nor black colored jackets are laminated, making them very prone (especially the creme jacket), to wear and smudges. The US edition is already into its 8th printing and appearing in red jackets. Time and handling will make the creme jackets the premier collector's trade edition. ''A quite extraordinary novel, not least because of the quiet, almost leisurely ways by which it achieves its extraordinariness.'' - Gary K. Wolfe, Locus. Award History: 2005 Nebula Award Nominee (lost to Camouflage by Joe Haldeman); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner for Best Novel); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Besf First Novel; 2005 Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel; SF Site's Best SF and Fantasy Books of 2004: Editors' Choice; 2004 British SF Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to River of Gods by McDonald); Borders Books Best of 2004 Science Fiction & Fantasy. NY Times Books: 100 Notable Books of the Year; Locus 2004 Recommended Reading List: First Novels.

003185

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JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL, Clarke, Susanna
10 JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL
Clarke, Susanna
London, Bloomsbury, 2004, 0747570558 / 9780747570554

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Rosenberg, Portia
Hardcover UK, first printing and first UK edition. (The US edition precedes by 3 weeks.) Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. This copy is wrapped in black jacket. Besides some editorial changes, the UK edition has some differences from the US edition, specifically the addition of a white silk placeholder ribbon, black page edging and a different photo of Ms. Clarke on the rear jacket flap not in the US edition. The first edition was issued in two jacket states: one creme (white) and the other black, this is the black jacket. (All later printings will have black jackets only.) Heavily promoted new novel which meets the critics rave reviews. The US edition is already into its 8th printing and appearing in red jackets. ''A quite extraordinary novel, not least because of the quiet, almost leisurely ways by which it achieves its extraordinariness.'' - Gary K. Wolfe, Locus. Award History: 2005 Nebula Award Nominee (lost to Camouflage by Joe Haldeman); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner for Best Novel); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Besf First Novel; 2005 Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel; SF Site's Best SF and Fantasy Books of 2004: Editors' Choice; 2004 British SF Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to River of Gods by McDonald); Borders Books Best of 2004 Science Fiction & Fantasy. NY Times Books: 100 Notable Books of the Year; Locus 2004 Recommended Reading List: First Novels.

003209

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JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (CREME JACKET VARIANT), Clarke, Susanna
11 JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (CREME JACKET VARIANT)
Clarke, Susanna
New York, Bloomsbury, 2004, 1582344167 / 9781582344164

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Rosenberg, Portia
Hardcover first edition, first printing and true first edition. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. (Despite the "First US Edition" statement on the copyright page, this US edition precedes the UK edition by 3 weeks.) Not book club, remainder or ex-library copy. This copy has the coveted creme colored jacket protected with a clear, archival cover. First edition first printings were issued in two jacket variants: one creme and the other black with red endpapers. (True first editions have red endpapers with a creme or black jacket. All later printings have white endpapers and black or red jackets only.) Collectors note all first printing points are present: "First U.S. Edition 2004" state on copyright page with full number line, $27.95 price on jacket flap and red endpapers. Collectors have edged toward collecting the creme colored jackets over the black as all later printings were published in black jackets only. Also, neither the the creme nor black colored jackets are laminated, making them very prone (especially the creme jacket), to wear and smudges. Time and handling have made the creme jackets the premier collector's trade edition. ''A quite extraordinary novel, not least because of the quiet, almost leisurely ways by which it achieves its extraordinariness.'' - Gary K. Wolfe, Locus. The US edition is already into its 8th printings. Award History: 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner for Best Novel); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel; SF Site's Best SF and Fantasy Books of 2004: 2005 Nebula Award Nominee (lost to Camouflage by Joe Haldeman); Editors' Choice; 2004 British SF Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to River of Gods by McDonald); Borders Books Best of 2004 Science Fiction & Fantasy. NY Times Books: 100 Notable Books of the Year; Locus 2004 Recommended Reading List: First Novels.

004473

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JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (SIGNED & DATED), Clarke, Susanna
12 JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (SIGNED & DATED)
Clarke, Susanna
Bloomsbury, 2004, 1582344167 / 9781582344164

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Rosenberg, Portia
Hardcover first edition, first printing and true first edition. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. (Despite the "First US Edition" statement on the copyright page, this US edition precedes the UK edition by 3 weeks.) Presentation copy signed by Clarke and dated in the European fashion as "23rd Sept 04" on the title page, the same month as publication, making this copy unique. This copy has the coveted creme colored jacket (now protected in a clear, archival sleeve.) Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. First edition first printings were issued in two jacket variants: one creme and the other black with red endpapers. (True first editions have red endpapers with a creme or black jacket. All later printings have white endpapers and black or red jackets only.) Collectors note all first printing points are present: "First U.S. Edition 2004" state on copyright page with full number line, $27.95 price on jacket flap and red endpapers. Collectors have edged toward collecting the creme colored jackets over the black as all later printings were published in black jackets only. Also, neither the the creme nor black colored jackets are laminated, making them very prone (especially the creme jacket), to wear and smudges. Time and handling have made the creme jackets the premier collector's trade edition. ''A quite extraordinary novel, not least because of the quiet, almost leisurely ways by which it achieves its extraordinariness.'' - Gary K. Wolfe, Locus. The US edition is already into its 8th printings. Award History: 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner for Best Novel); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel; SF Site's Best SF and Fantasy Books of 2004: 2005 Nebula Award Nominee (lost to Camouflage by Joe Haldeman); Editors' Choice; 2004 British SF Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to River of Gods by McDonald); Borders Books Best of 2004 Science Fiction & Fantasy. NY Times Books: 100 Notable Books of the Year; Locus 2004 Recommended Reading List: First Novels.
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002758

Price: 399.00 USD
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JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (SIGNED), Clarke, Susanna
13 JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (SIGNED)
Clarke, Susanna
Bloomsbury, 2004, 1582344167 / 9781582344164

First Edition, Hardcover, Fine, Near Fine. Book. Rosenberg, Portia
Hardcover first edition, first printing and true first edition. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. (Despite the "First US Edition" statement on the copyright page, the US edition precedes the UK edition by 3 weeks.) Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Signed by Clarke on the title page. This copy is the coveted creme jacket variant. The creme jacket shows some light scuff marks, a defect for which these unlaminated creme jackets are particularly prone. (Now protected in a clear, archival sleeve.) Also, there's an unfortunate tape ghost, very faint but visible, on the outside of the jacket's spine panel near the heel approx. 4.5 cm x 1.0 cm in size. Very light bumping at head and heel of jacket spine panel and upper tips, but without associated crinkling. Aside from these defects a fine copy in near fine jacket. A straight, square copy without price-clipping or previous owner's marks. All First Edition points are present: "First U.S. Edition 2004" stated with full number line present. Red endpapers with $27.95 price intact. (True first printings have red endpapers with a creme or black jacket. All later printings have white endpapers and black or red jackets only.) The first edition was issued in two jacket states: one creme and the other black. Also, neither the the creme nor black colored jackets were laminated by the publisher, making them very prone (especially the creme jacket), to wear and smudges. ''A quite extraordinary novel, not least because of the quiet, almost leisurely ways by which it achieves its extraordinariness.'' - Gary K. Wolfe, Locus. The US edition is well past its 8th printing and appears with red jackets. Award History: 2005 Nebula Award Nominee (lost to Camouflage by Joe Haldeman); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner for Best Novel); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Besf First Novel; 2005 Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel; SF Site's Best SF and Fantasy Books of 2004: Editors' Choice; 2004 British SF Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to River of Gods by McDonald); Borders Books Best of 2004 Science Fiction & Fantasy. NY Times Books: 100 Notable Books of the Year; Locus 2004 Recommended Reading List: First Novels.
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003876

Price: 99.00 USD
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FAR SIDE OF EVIL [THE], Engdahl, Sylvia Louise
14 FAR SIDE OF EVIL [THE]
Engdahl, Sylvia Louise
Atheneum, 1971, 

First Edition, Hardcover, Near Fine, Very Good. Book. Cuffari, Richard
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Stated First Edition with original $6.50 price on jacket flap intact. Grey boards with a etch of flying saucer in red on front board. Interior drawings by Richard Cuffari. Closed, but jagged tear at top edge of spine panel near hinge. Moderate foxing to page block edges. Aside from these defects a straight, square copy and very scarce without the library stamps and markings usually found on copies of this book. Second of the Elana novels and sequel to Enchantress From the Stars (1970). Anatomy of Wonder (1987), 5-48. SF novel for teen readers and Young Adults about an extraterrestrial female agent sent to less advanced planets where her technology and science are seen as "magic" by the natives.

004265

Price: 175.00 USD
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CHICKS IN CHAINMAIL, Friesner, Esther (ed)
15 CHICKS IN CHAINMAIL
Friesner, Esther (ed)
Baen, 1995, 0671876821 / 9780671876821

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Fine, Near Fine. Book. Elmore, Larry
Book Club, first printing and first hardcover edition. (First published in paperback by Baen.) Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Top and bottom edges of spine panel lightly bumped, else fine copy in near fine jacket. A Baen Book original. A clean, square copy without clipping. Original anthology revising the gender roles for men and women in the stereotyped male-dominated heroic fantasy novels. Now something of a cult favorite, this anthology features stories which are refreshingly funny or refreshingly twisted. Contributing authors include: Roger Zelazny; Elizabeth Moon; Susan Shwartz; Harry Turtledove; Holly Isle; Margaret Ball; David Vierling; Elizabeth Ann Scarborough; Jody Lynn Nye; eluki bes shahar; Mark Bourne; Janni Lee Simner; Laura Frankos; Esther Friesner; Nancy Springer; Lawrence Watt-Evans; Josepha Sherman; Jan Stirling; Elisabeth Waters and Alec George Effinger. Award History: 1996 Locus Poll Award Nominee (lost to The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twelfth Annual Collection by Dozois); 1996 British Fantasy Award Nominee (lost to Last Rites & Resurrections by Andy Cox).

003972

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CHICKS IN CHAINMAIL (SIGNED), Friesner, Esther (ed) and Harry Turtledove
16 CHICKS IN CHAINMAIL (SIGNED)
Friesner, Esther (ed) and Harry Turtledove
Baen, 1995, 0671876821 / 9780671876821

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Fine, Near Fine. Book. Elmore, Larry
Book Club, first printing and first hardcover edition. (First published in paperback by Baen.) Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Signed by the editor Esther Friesner on the title page and Harry Turtledove on the Contents page. Small section on front where laminate has separated from the jacket surface (1.5 cm x 1.5 cm square). Minute jacket crinkling at tips and spine panel. Aside from these defects a fine (unread) copy in near fine jacket. A Baen Book original. A clean, square copy without clipping. Original anthology revising the gender roles for men and women in the stereotyped male-dominated heroic fantasy novels. Now something of a cult favorite, this anthology features stories which are refreshingly funny or refreshingly twisted. Contributing authors include: Roger Zelazny; Elizabeth Moon; Susan Shwartz; Harry Turtledove; Holly Isle; Margaret Ball; David Vierling; Elizabeth Ann Scarborough; Jody Lynn Nye; eluki bes shahar; Mark Bourne; Janni Lee Simner; Laura Frankos; Esther Friesner; Nancy Springer; Lawrence Watt-Evans; Josepha Sherman; Jan Stirling; Elisabeth Waters and Alec George Effinger. Award History: 1996 Locus Poll Award Nominee (lost to The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twelfth Annual Collection by Dozois); 1996 British Fantasy Award Nominee (lost to Last Rites & Resurrections by Andy Cox).
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003469

Price: 20.00 USD
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GRAVEYARD BOOK [THE], Gaiman, Neil
17 GRAVEYARD BOOK [THE]
Gaiman, Neil
HarperCollins Publishers, 2008, 0060530928 / 9780060530921

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. McKean, Dave
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. This title is appearing in sixth printings, however this copy is a first printing. Award History: 2010 Carnegie Medal in Literature Award Winner; 2009 Newbery Medal Award Winner; 2009 Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel; 2009 Locus Award Winner for Best Young-Adult Novel; Locus Magazine 2008 Recommended Reading List - Young Adult Novels.

004100

Price: 100.00 USD
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MIDNIGHT CAFE [THE], Hamilton, Laurell K.
18 MIDNIGHT CAFE [THE]
Hamilton, Laurell K.
Science Fiction Book Club, 1998, 156865765X / 9781568657653

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Fine, Near Fine. Book. Royo, Luis
Book Club Edition and first hardcover edition. Giant omnibus edition (over 800 pages) that collects three Anita Blake novels for the first time in hardcover: The Lunatic Cafe (1996); Bloody Bones (1996) and The Killing Dance (1997). These are novels 4, 5 and 6 in Anita Blake series, and were originally published in paperback. Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Page block is bright and square without marks. The has light denting at top edge of spine panel, with a closed tear (1 cm in length) at the bottom edge of the spine panel with associated crinkling. Else a fine (unread) copy in a near fine jacket.

004650

Price: 15.00 USD
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TO THE STARS, Harrison, Harry
19 TO THE STARS
Harrison, Harry
Nelson Doubleday, 1981, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Near Fine, Very Good. Book. Caldwell, Clyde
Book Club Edition, first printing and first hardcover edition. First printing code L18 on page 470 with code #1571 printed on lower rear panel. Omnibus collecting novels Homeworld (1980), Wheelworld (1981) and Starworld (1981) all previously published in paperback. Closed diagonally tear at top edge of front panel with closed tear (1" in length) at lower edge. Jacket tips are moderately chipped and the head and heel of spine panel are moderately bumped with associated crinkling. Aside from the defects the jacket is complete, without the usual clipping, stains for previous owner's marks. The textblock as well is relatively clean, square and free of stains. A great copy to marry to a superior jacket.

004189

Price: 10.00 USD
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DUNE: THE BATTLE OF CORRIN (SIGNED), Herbert, Brian and Kevin J. Anderson
20 DUNE: THE BATTLE OF CORRIN (SIGNED)
Herbert, Brian and Kevin J. Anderson
Tor, 2004, 0765301598 / 9780765301598

First Edition, Hardcover, Fine, Fine. Book. Youll, Steve
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Signed by authors Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson on the title page. Not a remainder, book club or ex-library copy. Very light jacket crinkling at top and bottom edges of jacket caused by bumping, else very fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. Hardcover US, and true first edition. (Precedes the UK edition published by Hodder & Stoughton in September, 2004. However, the UK edition features a spectacular jacket illustration.) Award History: Barnes & Noble's Top Ten Novels of 2004. Fine full color, wrap-around jacket illustration by Stephen Youll.
Signed by Author(s)
003226

Price: 40.00 USD
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