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(n.p.), Twenty-Third Avenue Books/First Choice Books, 1997. A broadside excerpt from Frazier's novel, produced on the occasion of a reading by the author. Copy "A" of 26 lettered copies. 9-1/2" x 16-1/2". Signed by the author. Fine. [#912583] $500
NY, Atlantic Monthly, (1997). His first book, a Civil War novel and a publishing phenomenon: after a modest 25,000 copy first printing, the book eventually sold more than a million copies in hardcover and won the National Book Award -- a rare combination of literary and commercial success for any work of fiction, let alone a first novel. Fine in a fine dust jacket, with the John Berendt blurb attached on a label to the front panel (not exactly an issue point, as some copies had this affixed on publication day, while others didn't). Signed by the author in the month of publication. [#915000] $300
NY, Atlantic Monthly, (1997). His first book, a Civil War novel and a publishing phenomenon: after a modest 25,000 copy first printing, the book eventually sold more than a million copies in hardcover and won the National Book Award -- a rare combination of literary and commercial success for any work of fiction, let alone a first novel. Fine in a fine dust jacket, with the John Berendt blurb attached on a label to the front panel (not exactly an issue point, as some copies had this affixed on publication day, while others didn't). Signed by the author in the year of publication. [#915001] $250
NY, Atlantic Monthly, (1997). The advance reading copy (identified by the publisher as an "uncorrected manuscript") of his first book, a Civil War novel and a publishing phenomenon: after a modest 25,000 copy first printing of the trade edition, the book eventually sold more than a million copies in hardcover and won the National Book Award -- a rare combination of literary and commercial success for any work of fiction, let alone a first novel. Fine in wrappers. [#915002] $200
(n.p.), Twenty-Third Avenue Books/First Choice Books, 1997. A broadside excerpt from Frazier's novel, produced on the occasion of a reading by the author. One of 100 numbered copies signed by the author. 6-1/2" x 13". Fine. [#912582] $175
NY, Random House, (2006). The limited edition of the second novel by the author of the National Book Award-winning Cold Mountain, which was one of the publishing phenomena of the decade -- a first novel by an unknown young writer that went on to sell over 4 million copies. That helped earn Frazier a reported $8 million+ for this novel, one of the highest dollar figures ever for a literary novel. One of 1600 copies signed by the author. Fine in a fine slipcase. [#912587] $100
NY, Atlantic Monthly, (1997). A Civil War novel, the author's first book, and a publishing phenomenon: after a modest 25,000 copy first printing, the book went into dozens of additional printings, eventually selling more than a million copies in hardcover and winning the National Book Award -- a rare combination of literary and commercial success for any work of fiction, let alone a first novel. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#032259] $45
NY, Random House, (2006). The advance reading copy of the second novel by the author of the National Book Award-winning Cold Mountain, which was one of the publishing phenomena of the decade -- a first novel by an unknown young writer that went on to sell over 4 million copies. That helped earn Frazier a reported $8 million+ for this novel, one of the highest dollar figures ever for a literary novel. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#912586] $45
London, Sceptre, (1997). First U.K. edition in wrappers (preceding the U.K. hardcover). Very Good in wrappers. [#704508] $20
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (1997). Later printing. Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#707204] $20
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