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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.
NY, Holt, (1993). His fourth novel, about a Vietnam vet who owns a bar in Bangkok, and which treats the MIA issue at some length. Inscribed by Karlin to the author Robert Stone, "with admiration," a nice association: Stone's Vietnam-related novel Dog Soldiers won the National Book Award. Fine in a very near fine dust jacket with a vertical crease to the front flap. [#028660] $125
NY, Henry Holt, (1989). Karlin's third novel, set in Israel and about the love between a young Israeli man and Palestinian woman. Inscribed by the author to Robert Stone, whose novel Damascus Gate is perhaps the best, most grueling exploration of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in contemporary fiction. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#024554] $70
NY, Henry Holt, (1988). A novel about a Vietnam vet teaching English to Vietnamese refugees outside Washington D.C., and a "tripwire" vet living in the marshes nearby, whose actions are terrorizing the refugees. A slim, thoughtful novel by one of the editors of the important early anthology of short stories by Vietnam vets, Free Fire Zone. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#010074] $20
NY, Holt, (1993). His fourth novel, about a Vietnam vet who owns a bar in Bangkok, and treating the MIA issue at some length. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#010075] $20