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Publisher: Lanham Maryland, Scarecrow Press, 1980
First Edition 1980. A Scarecrow Press Bibliography--this is No. 50. A handsome very good copy issued without dustjacket. Light foxing to cloth boards only. Still tight square and clean interior. Formerly the property of Cinema Bookshop in Hollywood, Ca. A complete archival bibliography up to 1978. View more info
By: McClure, S. S.
Publisher: New York, Frederick A. Stokes, 1914
Edition: First Edition
Ghst written by Willa Cather. From the recently auctioned collection of M.B. Goldstone--with his personalized gold bookplate lightly attached to the front pastedown and his penciled signature and notes to the front free endpaper. This copy originally belonged to author, novelist, and short story writer Katherine Havilland Taylor--and attached (tipped in) is a rejection letter from S.S. McClure for a short story Taylor wrote called "How Fickle Women Are". Dated June 8, 19... View more info
By: Adams, Laura
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland, Scarecrow Press, 1974
First Edition/First Printing 1974. Very fine condition issued without a dustjacket. A valuable work for all those interested in Norman Mailer---especially his early works prior to 1974. Includes valuable information on books, plays, reviews, excerpts, chronlogies...etc. An excellent bibliography on one of America's most interesting and controversial authors. In unread condition. View more info
By: Hubin, Allen J.
Publisher: Del Mar, California, University of California, San Diego, 1979
First Edition/First Printing 1979. A handsome and fine copy in splendid condition. Brown cloth (8 vo) with silver lettering. A couple of little specks only to the back board. Interior is just about as new--no marks at all. A bibliography of all factions of crime fiction from the known beginning up to 1975. A must have for the crime fiction collector--a very collectable copy. 697 pp. View more info
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan, Wolf House Books, 1975
First Printing 1975. A handsome and collectable first print copy in "as new" condition. This is a mint copy issued without dustjacket. A comprehensive study of London's 188 stories. For the serious Jack London collector's library. Blue-gray cloth with gilt lettering to spine and blind stamped front boards with wolf image of London's well known "logo". Everything you ever wanted to know about London's short stories--from "To Build A Fire" and others (London was a prolific... View more info