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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

NY, St. Martin's, (1994). His third novel, a standalone noir novel that is a departure from the Nick Stefanos series, although a few characters cross over. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#027990] $350
Boston, Little Brown, (1997). Inscribed by Pelecanos to the writer Kent Anderson, "with anticipation." King Suckerman is the sixth book by Pelecanos, who would, in the following decade, become a writer for HBO's The Wire. While it's not clear what the anticipation in the inscription refers to, the timing suggests it may be that Pelecanos was looking forward to the release of Anderson's novel Night Dogs, which had been published in a small press edition a year earlier, and would be published by Bantam the following year. In an interview on Pelecanos' website, he calls Night Dogs "hands-down the best cop novel ever written." A nice association copy. Minor spotting lower board edge; near fine in a fine dust jacket. [#029409] $250
(London), Orion Books, (2003). The advance reading copy of the British edition of the third of his Derek Strange and Terry Quinn books. Inscribed by Pelecanos three months prior to publication: "To ___, from one Greek-American to another, with respect." Fine in wrappers. [#023035] $70
Boston, Little Brown, (2002). The second of his novels to feature Derek Strange and Terry Quinn. Inscribed by the author "to a faithful fellow Greek-American from another fellow Greek-American, descendant of Sparta, the military city state of Ancient Greece." Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#029340] $30
(London), Orion Books, (2003). The first British edition of his third book featuring Derek Strange and Terry Quinn, a violent, explosive hardboiled novel. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket with price sticker on the front panel. [#027824] $25
Boston, Little Brown, (2002). The second of his novels to feature Derek Strange and Terry Quinn. Inscribed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. With a brief autograph note signed by Pelecanos: "You honor me, Sir. It is always my pleasure to sign your books." [#023030] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (2002). Advance Reading Copy. Very Good in wrappers. [#708837] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (2001). Advance Reading Copy. Very Good in wrappers. [#709444] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (2001). Very Good in Very Good DJ. Ownership bookplate. [#709445] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (2006). Second printing. Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#709446] $20
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