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NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2000). The limited edition of his well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. Letter "F" of 26 lettered copies signed by the author. Quarterbound in leather; fine in a fine clamshell case. [#914206] $350
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2000). The limited edition of his well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. One of 200 numbered copies signed by the author. Fine in a fine slipcase. [#914207] $175
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2000). The uncorrected proof copy of his well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. Signed by the author. Hint of a spine crease, else fine in wrappers. [#914208] $45
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2000). The advance reading copy of this well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. Because of the Civil War setting, the novel received inevitable comparisons to Charles Frazier's Cold Mountain; the author's writing style was compared to that of Faulkner. Fine in wrappers. [#018115] $20
(London), Picador, (2000). The first British edition of his well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#914209] $20
(London), Picador, (2000). The advance reading copy of the first British edition of his well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. Fine in wrappers. [#914210] $20
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2000). Advance Reading Copy. Very Good in wrappers. [#707494] $20
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2000). His well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. Because of the Civil War setting, the novel received inevitable comparisons to Charles Frazier's Cold Mountain; the author's writing style was compared to that of Faulkner. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#915275] $20
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2002). Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#914211] $20
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