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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
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 #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
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
(NY), Plume, (1996). First thus: a collection of the four early Bachman novels, Rage, The Long Walk, Roadwork and Running Man, but with a brand new introduction by King, "The Importance of Being Bachman." The first omnibus edition, in 1985, had a different introduction by King. Stamp of another writer inside the front cover; fine in wrappers. [#030297] $95
(NY), Scribner, (2004). The two writers' account of the Boston Red Sox championship season of 2004. King and O'Nan, both longtime and long-suffering Red Sox fans, decided at the beginning of the season to collaborate on a book about the Red Sox season. As VIP fans, the two had more access to the players than usual, and their account is lively and engaging; that the Sox broke an 86 year-long "curse" to win the World Series that year couldn't have been better scripted. Signed by O'Nan. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#915454] $70
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
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
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