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(Los Angeles), Smallfellow Press, (2001). A children's book, with illustrations by Jimmy Pickering. Inscribed by both Allen and Pickering. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030434] $20
(Woodstock), Overlook Press, (1999). Tenth anniversary edition. One of 1000 copies, signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030435] $20
(Anthology)
click for a larger image of item #34606, After the Darkness Baltimore, Maclay, 1993. Original stories by 17 writers, including Rick Hautala, Ed Gorman, Richard Laymon, Les Daniels, Thomas Tessier, J.N. Williamson, Gahan Wilson, William Nolan, and others. Issued in an edition of 750 copies, this copy is labeled "PC" (Publisher's Copy), with a note laid in "P/C for copyright." Signed by all 17 contributors and the editor, Stanley Wiater. Fine in a fine slipcase. [#034606] $100
(Anthology)
click for a larger image of item #34605, After the Darkness Baltimore, Maclay, 1993. Original stories by 17 writers, including Rick Hautala, Ed Gorman, Richard Laymon, Les Daniels, Thomas Tessier, J.N. Williamson, Gahan Wilson, William Nolan, Graham Masterton, and others. Copy No. 199 of 750 copies, signed by all 17 contributors and the editor, Stanley Wiater. Fine in a fine slipcase, with promotional card laid in and a post-it note, apparently from the publisher, to Wiater, the editor, indicating that although this copy is #199 more than 200 of the 750 copies have sold already. This is thus one of the editor's copies. [#034605] $100
(Anthology)
(Kingston), (Quarry Press), (1999). Award-winning Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy. Inscribed by the editor, Edo Van Belkom. Fine in wrappers. [#030891] SOLD
(Anthology)
Arlington Hts, Dark Harvest, 1992. Of an edition of 400 copies, this is a Publisher's Copy ("PC"), and is signed by 20 contributors. Fine in a very near fine, slightly rubbed dust jacket and fine slipcase. [#030886] $20
(Anthology)
Arlington Hts, Dark Harvest, 1991. The advance reading copy, with a letter to "Dear Reviewer" laid in. Stamp of recipient on title page; near fine in wrappers. [#030901] $20
(Anthology)
Toronto, Gudino, 1998. Two issues of "Horror Culture and Entertainment." Very near fine in stapled wrappers. [#030906] $40
(Anthology)
(n.p.), Fall Reaching Productions, 2001. A charity anthology featuring stories by New York City's horror writers, to benefit the victims of 9/11. Copy 241 of 1000 copies. Near fine in stapled wrappers. [#030903] $20
(Anthology)
(n.p.), Fall Reaching Productions, 2001. A charity anthology featuring stories by New York City's horror writers, to benefit the victims of 9/11. Copy 240 of 1000 copies. Near fine in stapled wrappers. [#030902] $20
West Kingston, Donald M. Grant, 1978. One of 2000 copies. Foxing to boards; very good in a very good dust jacket with a few small tears and foxing to verso. [#030438] $20
Newark, Wildside Press, 1992. Small chapbook featuring four short stories. One of 300 unnumbered copies in wrappers, signed by the author. Owner stamp inside front cover; else fine. [#030454] $20
LA, Scream Press, 1990. The uncorrected proof copy, in yellow wrappers. Moderately foxed, about near fine: includes two publicity photos, one of Blumlein and one of the jacket art. [#030468] $20
(Concord/Miami), Dark Regions/Talisman, 2000. Inscribed by the author. Tiny nick to spine crown; still fine in wrappers. [#030469] $20
Detroit, Gale Research, 1975. Bookplate on half title. Musty; near fine. Includes the slipcase, which is intact but stained; good. [#030476] $60
(n.p.), Severn House, (n.d). Six dust jackets (no books) for Brandner's The Howling; The Howling Three - Echoes; The Boiling Pool; Carrion; The Brain Eaters (each of those published by Severn House); and Rot, which was published by Cemetery Dance. Each jacket is folded at the rear spine fold; else the lot is fine. [#030492] $95
Evergreen, Cazedessus, 1973. A fanzine, this issue with cover art by Curt Pardee. Inscribed on the cover by Pardee: "For Steve of [sic] when I'm rich and famous, Curt Pardee!" Near fine in stapled wrappers. [#030498] $20
Norwich, Burt Creations, (2003). Signed by the author. Stamp of another author inside the front cover. Fine in wrappers, with a signed form letter laid in, asking for support in his pursuit of a Bram Stokers award. [#030915] $20
Santa Cruz, Scream Press, (1985). Inscribed by the author in the year of publication "to celebrate our interview!" Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030501] $95
Round Top, Munster/(Footsteps Press), (1985). Inscribed by the author. Stamp of another author inside front cover. Fine in stapled wrappers with publisher's prospectus laid in. [#030520] $20
NY, TOR, (1994). Signed by the author on a Long Lost card laid in. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030513] $20
(West Warwick), Necronomicon, (1993). Stamp of another author inside the front cover. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#030521] $20
(NY), Warner, (1991). Inscribed by the author. Recipient's stamp inside the front cover. Fine in wrappers. [#030526] $20
(Sparta), Twilight, 1994. Warmly and lengthily inscribed by the author. Also inscribed by Stephen Bissette, the illustrator, with an added drawing. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030524] $40
Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2001. One of 1000 copies signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030528] $60
NY, Pocket Star, (1994). Signed by the author. Tiny foredge crease front cover; still fine in wrappers. [#030531] $20
Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2000. Issued in an edition of 450 copies, this copy is a publisher's copy ("PC") and is signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030532] $40
Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2000. One of 1000 copies signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Together with a signed copy of the paperback [NY: Leisure Books, 2000], which is also fine. [#030529] $20
1993. An apparently unproduced screenplay. Cook self-published Rent a Family as a novel in 2010. Claspbound photocopy in plain covers; near fine. [#030537] $40
(Sparta), Twilight, 1993. The simultaneous softcover issue. Inscribed by the author. Recipient's bookplate inside the front cover; near fine in wrappers. Together with a first printing of Wurm [NY: Diamond, 1991], which has another author's stamp inside the front cover; fine in wrappers. [#030538] $20
Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2002. One of 750 copies signed by the author, this copy unnumbered. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030541] $20
NY, Scribner's, (1981). Warmly inscribed by the author. Bookplate of another author front pastedown. Short tear to rear joint; near fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#030543] $20
NY, Ace, (1983). First paperback printing. Amusingly inscribed by the author. Stamp of another author inside the front cover; fine in wrappers. [#030544] $20
NY, Tor, (1991). Inscribed by the author. Two stamps of another author inside the front cover; fine in wrappers. [#030542] $20
NY, Scribner's, (1978). Warmly inscribed by the author. Bookplate of another author front pastedown. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#030550] $20
NY, Berkley, (1979). The first paperback edition (Berkley); together with the first British paperback [Sphere, 1980] and the Ace paperback [1983]. Each is inscribed by Daniels. Each has the stamp of another author inside the front cover and is very near fine in wrappers. [#030551] $20
London, Sphere, (1981). British paperback. Inscribed by the author: "The imported version of the cheap edition." Stamp of another author inside the front cover; near fine in wrappers. [#030548] $20
NY, Scribner's, (1979). A review copy. Warmly inscribed by the author. Bookplate of another author front pastedown. Near fine in a very good dust jacket with an internally tape-mended edge tear. Review slip laid in. [#030547] $20
NY, Scribner's, (1977). Daniels and Thompson served as editors for the 1977 book Thirteen Tales of Terror, a collection of classic horror stories by such writers as Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, Manly Wade Wellman, Robert Bloch, and others. This teacher's manual lists both Daniels and Thompson as copyright holders, has only Thompson's name printed on the front cover; this copy, however, is inscribed by Daniels on the front cover to an interviewer: "Answer all these questions. I had to answer yours, didn't I?" Near fine in stapled wrappers. [#031363] $60
click for a larger image of item #30552, The Dragon of the Ishtar Gate NY, Doubleday, 1961. Inscribed by the author in 1982. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Corrected endsheet map laid in. Very good in a very good dust jacket with some splitting to the folds. [#030552] SOLD
NY, Ace, (1996). Lengthily inscribed by the author. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Fine in a fine dust jacket with an anti-theft device on verso. [#030585] $20
NY, Marvel/Byron/Putnam, (1998). Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Fine in a fine dust jacket with a little crease at the spine base. [#030584] $20
(Springfield), Gauntlet, 2000. The softcover "Launch Party Edition," with promotional material laid in. Unsigned. Fine in wrappers. [#030588] SOLD
(Springfield), Gauntlet, 2000. Issued in an edition of 350 copies, this is a presentation copy ("PC" on the colophon), signed by the author. Additionally inscribed by Garris. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030586] $60
Arlington Hts, Dark Harvest, 1988. Using the colophon of the lettered limited edition (one of 26), this is marked as a Publisher's Copy ("PC"), and is signed by Garton and by Bob Eggleton. Tiny chip to crown of book and jacket, else fine in a fine dust jacket and slipcase. [#030919] $60
click for a larger image of item #30589, The New Neighbor Lynbrook, Charnel House, 1991. Issued in an edition of 500 copies, this is a Publisher's Copy ("PC" on the colophon). Signed by Garton and the illustrator, J.K. Potter. Bookplate of another author on the verso of the front flyleaf. The previous owner has also made a note on the title page that he received this copy from Potter. Fine in a fine slipcase. [#030589] $95
click for a larger image of item #30596, Eternal Sunset Kansas City, Dark Tales, 2000. Inscribed by the author. Bookplate of another author inside the front cover. Fine in wrappers. [#030596] $20
(Rocklin), Prima Publishing, (1997). 25 scene of the crime mysteries, with solutions. Inscribed by the author. Stamp of another author inside the front cover. Slight curl to book; very near fine in wrappers. [#030920] $20
Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 1999. One of 750 copies signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030600] $20
(Anthology)
click for a larger image of item #30884, Bad News Baltimore, CD/Cemetery Dance, 2000. Copy 270 of 500 numbered copies signed by editor Richard Laymon and 18 contributors: Jack Ketchum, Bill Pronzini, F. Paul Wilson, Rick Hautala, Ed Gorman, Edo Van Belkom, and others. Fine in a fine dust jacket and slipcase. [#030884] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #34603, Dark Dreamers: Facing the Masters of Fear Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2001. The limited edition of this compendium of photographs of and commentary by, or about, more than 100 writers, artists, and fillmmakers working in the horror field, or "on the dark side of the arts." Photos by Gwinn; commentary by Wiater; with an introduction by Clive Barker. This copy is designated "Author's Copy #2" on the colophon, which is the colophon of the 52-copy lettered edition. The binding and endpapers are different from the trade edition, with the binding being full leather stamped in silver and the endpapers sky blue; the book is housed in a full leather tray case. Signed by Wiater, Gwinn, and Barker. From Wiater's library and with his Gahan Wilson-designed bookplate. Fine in a fine dust jacket, in a fine tray case. A very uncommon edition. [#034603] $275
click for a larger image of item #34602, Dark Dreamers: Facing the Masters of Fear Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2001. Photographs of and commentary by, or about, more than 100 writers, artists, and fillmmakers working in the horror field, or "on the dark side of the arts." Photos by Gwinn; commentary by Wiater; with an introduction by Clive Barker. This copy is signed by Wiater. Fine in a fine dust jacket. From the library of Stanley Wiater. [#034602] $75
(NY), Warner, (1990). An inscribed copy of Dead Voices, with the author's business card and a Compliments of the Author card laid in. The inscription is dated in November; there is also a humorous autograph letter signed laid in, dated four months prior, on Hautala's stationery. The letter is folded to fit into the book, else fine; the book is near fine and has the recipient's stamp inside the front cover. [#030606] $20
(NY), Zebra, (1988). Inscribed by the author. Stamp of another author inside the front cover. Fine in wrappers. [#030609] $20
NY, Ace, (1999). The advance reading copy. Stamp of another author inside the front cover; fine in wrappers. [#030608] $20
NY, Crown, (1986). Warmly inscribed by the author. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Very good in a very good dust jacket. [#030611] $60
click for a larger image of item #33937, Manana (NY), Open Road, (2015). The advance reading copy. With an autograph note signed by Hjortsberg (as "Gatz") to Phil [Caputo] laid in, politely requesting a comment for the book. Hjortsberg was the author of the classic horror-noir, Falling Angel, which was the basis for the film Angel Heart. He also wrote the definitive biography of Richard Brautigan. Fine in wrappers. [#033937] $75
Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2000. Issued in an edition of 500 copies, this is a Publisher's Copy ("PC") signed by the author. Additionally inscribed by Hoffman on the verso of the title page. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030614] $20
Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2000. Copy 339 of 500 copies, signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030615] $20
(Springfield), Gauntlet, 1998. One of 500 copies signed by Hoffman and by Richard Christian Matheson, who provides an afterword. Additionally inscribed by Hoffman. Fine in a very near fine dust jacket with one tiny corner chip near the crown. [#030616] $20
(Springfield), Edge, 2001. A review copy. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030613] $20
(Eugene), (Pulphouse), (1992). Inscribed by the author. Stamp of the recipient inside the front cover. Fine in wrappers. [#030617] $20
(Orlando), Bedlam Press, 2005. One of 500 copies signed by Houarner. Fine in wrappers. [#030619] $20
click for a larger image of item #33471, The Night Man NY, New American Library/Onyx, (1990). The uncorrected proof copy of this paperback original, by this science fiction and horror novelist who was friends with Philip K. Dick and has, among other things, written three novelistic sequels to Blade Runner, the film based on Dick's novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. Jeter is also credited with coining the term "steampunk," to describe alternate history novels, such as his own Morlock Night that were more Victorian than cyber in nature. Letter to reviewer and relevant page from Onyx catalog laid in. Near fine in wrappers. Proof copies of paperback originals are generally done in very small quantities. [#033471] SOLD
NY, Ballantine, (1953). Stamp of another author front flyleaf; spotting to spine. Very good in a fair dust jacket with a chip at the spine base and splitting at the folds. [#030623] $20
(NY), Simon & Schuster, (1946). Name inked out under front flap; a bleached out stain to boards; a good copy only in a very good dust jacket. [#030622] $20
NY, Ballantine, (1981). First printing. Together with a first printing of the UK Headline paperback of 1995. Each is inscribed by the author using his real name, Dallas. Stamp of another author inside the front covers; foxing to top edges; each is near fine in wrappers. [#030639] SOLD
(London), Headline Feature, (1995). Inscribed by the author using his real name, Dallas. Together with a Japanese edition, which is also inscribed by Ketchum as Dallas. Both paperbacks have the stamps of the recipient, another author. Each is fine in wrappers. The Japanese edition has a wraparound band. [#030646] $45
(London), Headline, (1994). Signed by the author. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#030645] $45
Baltimore, Cemetery Dance, 2004. One of 750 copies signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030647] $20
click for a larger image of item #30649, Tales of Pain and Wonder (Springfield), Gauntlet, (2000). Of 500 copies, this is a Publisher's Copy ("PC"). Signed by the author and by Richard A. Kirk, Douglas E. Winter, and Peter Straub. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030649] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #33205, Bare Bones. Conversations on Terror with Stephen King Los Angeles/Columbia, Underwood-Miller, 1988. The deluxe edition of this compendium of interviews with Stephen King, 1979-1987. Edited by Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller. One of 52 copies of the deluxe edition (of 1152 copies total); this is copy "CC." Half-bound in leather. With the bookplate of contributor Stanley Wiater on the front flyleaf. Wiater has two contributions -- an interview with King on the set of Maximun Overdrive, the first and only film King directed, and a joint interview with King and Peter Straub at the 1979 World Fantasy Convention, in Providence, Rhode Island. Fine. [#033205] $300
click for a larger image of item #33023, Cycle of the Werewolf (Westland), Land of Enchantment, (1983). Inscribed by King to his editor at Doubleday, Samuel Vaughan: "For Sam - Thanks for making something that could have been so hard so easy - and so successful. Quite a fall, huh? Your friend, Steve King/ 11/30/83." Vaughan had edited King's Pet Sematary, which had been published on 11/14/83 with a first printing announced as 500,000 copies. Cycle of the Werewolf is a single story by King, issued with illustrations by Berni Wrightson, who had collaborated with King on Creepshow. There was a signed limited edition of 250 copies; the trade edition, this one, had 7500 copies -- a tiny fraction of the numbers for Pet Sematary and King's other trade publications at that time. While the limited edition is scarcer in sheer numbers, our experience is that genuine Stephen King association copies are much rarer than his signed limiteds. Slight corner taps, else fine in a near fine dust jacket with one very small edge chip and some minor edge wear. [#033023] $2,500
NY, Scribner, (2006). Winner of the Bram Stoker Award. With the bookplate of another Bram Stoker Award winning author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030314] SOLD
Williamsburg, George Beahm, 2001. The last issue of this fanzine, published in an edition of 300 copies. Front cover splayed; near fine in wrappers. Together with Issues 4-11 (excluding 7). Prospectus for Beahm's Essential Stephen King laid in. [#030344] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #30298, Stephen King Talks and Reads [Bag of Bones Audio Preview] [NY], Scribner/Simon & Schuster Audio, 1998. An advance promotional cassette for this novel that was positioned by King's publisher as more of a mainstream novel and love story than the kind of horror novel the author is most famous for. On the tape, King talks about the novel and reads a preview. Likely listened to, but near fine or better in the publisher's cardstock cassette case. With the card of a Scribner publicity director laid in. [#030298] $115
click for a larger image of item #30296, The Bachman Books NY, New American Library, (1985). First Omnibus printing of Rage, The Long Walk, Roadwork and Running Man. With an introduction by King, "Why I Was Bachman." Custom bookplate by Gahan Wilson for horror writer Stanley Wiater on the front flyleaf, with small gift inscription under the rear flap. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#030296] $340
click for a larger image of item #24110, The Drawing of the Three (West Kingston), Donald M. Grant, (1987). The trade edition of the second volume of King's "Dark Tower" epic. With ten full color plates by Hale. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#024110] $150
click for a larger image of item #29993, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon (NY), Scribner, (1999). A novel in which a lost girl channels the strengths (at the time) of Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Tom Gordon for comfort. Signed by King. With the bookplate of horror writer Stanley Wiater on the front pastedown; fine in a fine dust jacket. One of King's scarcest trade editions to find signed, presumably because of the difficult logistics of handling a Stephen King book signing in recent years, due to his extreme popularity. This copy was a gift to attendees at the dinner celebrating King's 25th anniversary as a published writer, which Wiater attended with his wife. A limited edition of this title was published several years later, and a pop-up edition of it was done as well. Signed copies of the trade first edition are exceedingly scarce. [#029993] $1,000
(NY), Octopus/Heinemann, (1981). First thus, a three-novel omnibus edition. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030321] $40
(NY), Octopus/Heinemann, (1981). First thus, a four-novel omnibus edition. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Uses the same dust jacket art as the three-novel omnibus edition published the same year. [#030322] $30
click for a larger image of item #34608, The Stephen King Universe Baltimore, Cemetery Dance Publications, 2001. The lettered limited edition of this "guide to the worlds of Stephen King," written by Stanley Wiater, Christopher Golden, and Hank Wagner. Of 52 copies, this is designated "PC" and as an "Author's Copy," and is from Wiater's library. Signed by Wiater, Golden and Wagner. White leather stamped in black, with silk ribbon marker; fine in a fine dust jacket and fine dark blue leather tray case. [#034608] $650
click for a larger image of item #30347, Stephen King: America's Best-Loved Boogeyman Kansas City, Andrews McMeel, (1998). A presentation copy ("PC" on the colophon) of this limited edition that had a declared print run of 448 numbered copies and 52 lettered copies. Signed by Beahm and by Stephen J. Spignesi, who provides an introduction. Recipient's bookplate front pastedown. In the format of the lettered issue: leatherbound; fine in publisher's clamshell case. Scarce as a presentation copy. [#030347] $265
Kansas City, Andrews McMeel, (1998). The issue in wrappers. Stamp of another author inside the front cover, and a couple notes indicating when he is mentioned in the text. Fine. [#030353] $20
click for a larger image of item #30350, The Stephen King Companion Kansas City, Andrews and McMeel, (1995). A presentation copy of the limited revised edition. "PC" on the colophon, which is signed by Beahm and four others: Stephen Spignesi, David Lowell, Michael Collings, and Kenny Ray Linkous. With a typed note from Beahm to recipient laid in. Bookplate of recipient front flyleaf. Fine, without dust jacket, as issued; lacking slipcase. [#030350] $150
NY, MJF Books, (1997). Fine in a fine dust jacket. Together with a first printing of the softcover edition [(NY): Kensington Books (1997)]; stamp of another author inside the front cover; fine. [#030359] $20
click for a larger image of item #30337, The Gothic World of Stephen King: Landscape of Nightmares Bowling Green, Bowling Green State University Popular Press, (1987). A review copy of the issue in wrappers. Stamp of the reviewer inside the front cover; fine. Later issued by a series of other publishers. [#030337] $20
click for a larger image of item #30345, Stephen King NY/Philadelphia, Chelsea House, (1996). A volume in the Pop Culture Legends series, with an introduction by Leeza Gibbons of Entertainment Tonight. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. This is a fine copy in the hardcover, library binding. As most copies went to libraries, it is difficult to find in the first printing and fine. [#030345] $115
NY, St. Martin's, (1994). The first U.S. edition. Bookplate of another author inside the front cover. Some lamination peeling; near fine in wrappers. [#030336] $20
Boston, Twayne, (1988). A volume in Twaynes United States Authors Series. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030352] $20
NY, Random House, (2001). The second collaboration by these two best-selling and critically acclaimed writers of horror fiction. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030299] $15
Las Vegas, Pioneer Books, (1990). From the library of contributor Stanley Wiater whose interview "Secrets of Stephen King" appears within. Wiater's personal stamp inside front cover; near fine in wrappers. [#030348] $20
NY, Avalon Books, (1961). Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Bottom endpages and jacket have a thin strip left from previous jacket protector. Near fine in a near fine, spine-sunned dust jacket. [#030923] $20
(NY), Avon, (1978). Stamp of another author inside the front cover; fine in wrappers. [#030926] $20
click for a larger image of item #32795, The Voice of the Night Garden City, Doubleday, 1980. One of the dedication copies of this pseudonymous work by the horror/thriller master. Inscribed by Koontz to Mary Ann Prencevic, one of the dedicatees: To Mary Ann, if you'll look ahead to the dedication page, you'll see that my pleasure in having you for a friend is set in cold type for everyone to see. Love, Brian Coffey alias Dean R. Koontz." Koontz is now one of the best-known and best-selling horror and thriller writers after Stephen King, but in 1980 he was much less well-known and had published most of his previous works only in paperback, many of them pseudonymously. This is a relatively early hardcover from Koontz, dating from before the days of his fame and celebrity. Small repaired scuff on the rear pastedown, lower corner bump; near fine in a near fine dust jacket with light wear to the spine extremities. Scarce: dedication copies seldom turn up on the market, especially by so popular an author as Koontz. [#032795] $1,500
(Bayville), Flesh & Blood, (1999). Copy 65 of 200 copies signed by Laimo, Edo Van Belkom and Keith Minnion. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. [#030936] $20
click for a larger image of item #33473, The Drive In and The Drive In 2 NY, Bantam, 1988, 1989. A limited edition paperback of Lansdale's The Drive In: Copy No. 50 of 200 numbered copies, signed by the author for The Overlook Connection, a science fiction, fantasy and horror bookstore and press. Together with the sequel. Both books have the stamp of another author inside the front cover, toning to the pages and foxing to the edges and endpages; the first book has a small nick at the crown. Unread copies; very good in wrappers. A little-known edition, it seems, and signed, numbered mass market paperback editions are clearly quite uncommon. [#033473] $100
Baltimore, CD Publications, 1996. The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#031274] $40
(NY), Mysterious Press/Warner, (1997). Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#031256] $20
NY, Bantam, (1989). Inscribed by the author. Stamp of another author inside the front cover. Near fine in wrappers with just one tiny corner nick, foxing to top edge and toning to pages. [#030940] $20
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