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 BLUE BOOK (LELAND JAMIESON; WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE; EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; H. BEDFORD-JONES; CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; WILLIAM J. MAKIN; ROBERT R. MILL; RICHARD WORMSER; RONALD BROOM), Blue Book Magazine: January, Jan. 1938 ( "Tarzan and the Elephant Men" )
BLUE BOOK (LELAND JAMIESON; WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE; EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; H. BEDFORD-JONES; CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; WILLIAM J. MAKIN; ROBERT R. MILL; RICHARD WORMSER; RONALD BROOM)
Blue Book Magazine: January, Jan. 1938 ( "Tarzan and the Elephant Men" )
NY, McCall Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 66, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops for ""Warriors in Exile: VIII - 'One Night in Magenta'" by H. Bedford-Jones. Includes "Star Performer" by Leland Jamieson; "A Price on His Head" (pt. 1.) by William MacLeod Raine; "Tarzan and the Elephant Men" (pt. 3 of 3) by Edgar Rice Burroughs; "The Man Who Ruled the Wind - Ships and Men: XIII'" by H. Bedford-Jones & Captain L. B. Williams; "The Muder Club of Bagdad" by William J. Makin; "Caribbean Crisis" by Robert R. Mill; "The Captain Retires" by Richard Wormser; "Straight Up" by Ronald Broom. True Stories of Adventure: "Man's Boldest Adventure" by Stefan Zweig; "Twisting the Lion's Tail" by Joseph Gray Kitchell; "Ablaze on the Trans-Siberian" by L. J. W. Kellogg. Illustrated by Grattan Condon, Peter Kuhlhoff, Jeremy Cannon, Yngve Soderberg and Frederic Anderson, John Clymer, Austin Briggs, and L. R. Gustavson. Brief bio of Jamieson inside front cover. Creasing; a little soiling of wraps. Very Good.
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 BLUE BOOK (EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; H. BEDFORD-JONES; GEORGE F. WORTS; JACLAND NARMUR; KINGSLEY MOSES; ARTHUR K. AKERS; ROBERT R. MILL; BEATRICE GRIMSHAW; JAY LUCAS), Blue Book Magazine: February, Feb. 1935 ("Swords of Mars")
BLUE BOOK (EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; H. BEDFORD-JONES; GEORGE F. WORTS; JACLAND NARMUR; KINGSLEY MOSES; ARTHUR K. AKERS; ROBERT R. MILL; BEATRICE GRIMSHAW; JAY LUCAS)
Blue Book Magazine: February, Feb. 1935 ("Swords of Mars")
NY, McCall Co. 1935. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 60, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover by Chenoweth (?). Includes "Swords of Mars" (serial - pt. 4 of 6) by Edgar Rice Burroughs; "Arms and Men:The Spear of Gleaming Willow" by H. Bedford-Jones; "The Madness of Horseface Maud" by George F. Worts; "The Final Splendor" by Jacland Marmur; "Stumble-bum" by Kingsley Moses; "The Lost Sniff" by Arthur K. Akers; "The Murder at Dark Lake" by Robert R. Mill; "They Hunt No More" by Beatrice Grimshaw; "Wild Jack" by Jay Lucas; "Mystery on Indian Key" (novelette) by Leland Jamieson. Illustrated by John F. Clymer, Monte Crews, L. R. Gustavson, Grattan Condon, Everett Lowry, Robert Fink, John Richard Flanagan, W. O. Kling, and others. Upper front cover corner has small loss; spine is tape ghosted; minor soiling. Very Good-.
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 BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM L. CHESTER; JAMES FRANCIS DWYER; LELAND JAMIESON; CAPT. WILLIAM OUTERSON; H. BEDFORD-JONES; THOMAS W. DUNCAN; FULTON GRANT; ROBERT R. MILL; PATRICK O'KEEFFE; WILLIAM J. MAKIN; REGINALD CAMPBELL; RUPERT JAMESLEIGH; CLYDE SMITH; MORE), Blue Book Magazine: April, Apr. 1936 ("Kioga of the Wilderness")
BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM L. CHESTER; JAMES FRANCIS DWYER; LELAND JAMIESON; CAPT. WILLIAM OUTERSON; H. BEDFORD-JONES; THOMAS W. DUNCAN; FULTON GRANT; ROBERT R. MILL; PATRICK O'KEEFFE; WILLIAM J. MAKIN; REGINALD CAMPBELL; RUPERT JAMESLEIGH; CLYDE SMITH; MORE)
Blue Book Magazine: April, Apr. 1936 ("Kioga of the Wilderness")
NY, McCall Co. 1936. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 62, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops for "Kioga of the Wilderness" (serial; pt. 1) by William L. Chester. Includes "Caravan Treasure" (serial) by James Francis Dwyer; "The Flaming Finish" by Leland Jamieson; "The Wind and the Rain" by Capt. William Outerson; "Arms and Men, XV: The Inca Speaks" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Closed for the Season" by Thomas W. Duncan; "The Rebellion of Small Fry" by Fulton Grant; "A Bluff and a Prayer" by Robert R. Mill; "Urgent Radiogram" by Patrick O'Keeffe; "The Mines of Sheba's Queen" (novelette; Red Wolf od Arabia series) by William J. Makin. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "Teak Wallah" by Reginald Campbell; "Alone with a Madman" by Rupert Jamesleigh; "Steeplejack" by Clyde Smith; "Two out of Twenty-three" by J. McQueen-Desmond; "Earthquake" by Betty Hudson. About 2" worth of accumulated losses at lower end of spine; rubbing. Otherwis epretty nice. Very Good.
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 BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM L. CHESTER; JAMES FRANCIS DWYER; LELAND JAMIESON; CAPT. WILLIAM OUTERSON; H. BEDFORD-JONES; THOMAS W. DUNCAN; FULTON GRANT; ROBERT R. MILL; PATRICK O'KEEFFE; WILLIAM J. MAKIN; REGINALD CAMPBELL; RUPERT JAMESLEIGH; CLYDE SMITH; MORE), Blue Book Magazine: April, Apr. 1936 ("Kioga of the Wilderness")
BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM L. CHESTER; JAMES FRANCIS DWYER; LELAND JAMIESON; CAPT. WILLIAM OUTERSON; H. BEDFORD-JONES; THOMAS W. DUNCAN; FULTON GRANT; ROBERT R. MILL; PATRICK O'KEEFFE; WILLIAM J. MAKIN; REGINALD CAMPBELL; RUPERT JAMESLEIGH; CLYDE SMITH; MORE)
Blue Book Magazine: April, Apr. 1936 ("Kioga of the Wilderness")
NY, McCall Co. 1936. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 62, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops for "Kioga of the Wilderness" (serial; pt. 1) by William L. Chester. Includes "Caravan Treasure" (serial) by James Francis Dwyer; "The Flaming Finish" by Leland Jamieson; "The Wind and the Rain" by Capt. William Outerson; "Arms and Men, XV: The Inca Speaks" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Closed for the Season" by Thomas W. Duncan; "The Rebellion of Small Fry" by Fulton Grant; "A Bluff and a Prayer" by Robert R. Mill; "Urgent Radiogram" by Patrick O'Keeffe; "The Mines of Sheba's Queen" (novelette; Red Wolf od Arabia series) by William J. Makin. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "Teak Wallah" by Reginald Campbell; "Alone with a Madman" by Rupert Jamesleigh; "Steeplejack" by Clyde Smith; "Two out of Twenty-three" by J. McQueen-Desmond; "Earthquake" by Betty Hudson. Stress crack at lower end; lots of creasing;. Very Good-.
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 BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM EDWARD HAYES; HUGH FULLERTON; ROBERT R. MILL; HOWARD RIGSBY; DANA BURNET; H. BEDFORD-JONES; BIGELOW NEAL; LOUIS KAYE; CAPTAIN DINGLE; GORDON KEYNE; LIEUT. HARRY RIESEBERG; BESSE THOME; CLIFF MAXWELL; RUSSELL HEARN), Blue Book: November, Nov. 1940
BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM EDWARD HAYES; HUGH FULLERTON; ROBERT R. MILL; HOWARD RIGSBY; DANA BURNET; H. BEDFORD-JONES; BIGELOW NEAL; LOUIS KAYE; CAPTAIN DINGLE; GORDON KEYNE; LIEUT. HARRY RIESEBERG; BESSE THOME; CLIFF MAXWELL; RUSSELL HEARN)
Blue Book: November, Nov. 1940
NY, McCall Co. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 72, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops. Includes "One for the Money" (complete novel) by William Edward Hayes; "The Banshee Comes to America" (novelette) by Hugh Fullerton; "Golden Slippers" by Robert R. Mill; "Unlike Leonardo" by Howard Rigsby; "South Seas Calling" by Dana Burnet; "Two Swordsmen of Gascony" The World Was Their Stage - no. VIII" by H. Bedford-Jones; "The Giant in the Canyon" by Bigelow Neal; "Red Fog" by Louis Kaye; "Trawler Men" by Captain Dingle; "Gold Ahoy!" (serial) by Gordon Keyne. Price Stories of Real Experiences: "The City Beneath the Sea" by Lieut. Harry Rieseberg; "Savage Paradise - II" by Besse Thome; "Mrs. Stripes" by Cliff Maxwell; "To Be Shot at Dawn" by Russell Hearn. Illustrated by Percy Leason, Jeremy Cannon [Herbert Morton Stoops], Hamilton Greene, Frederic Anderson, Orson Lowell, John Richard Flannigan, Peter Kuhlhoff, Cleveland Woodward, and L. R. Gustavson. Minor creasing, bumps and dings; tanning; wraps dusty. Very Good+.
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 BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM J. MAKIN; ANTHONY RUD; H. BEDFORD-JONES; LUKE SHORT; KENNETH PERKINS; ROBERT R. MILL; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; EWING WALKER; GREGORIO SOMERS), Blue Book Magazine: October, Oct. 1937
BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM J. MAKIN; ANTHONY RUD; H. BEDFORD-JONES; LUKE SHORT; KENNETH PERKINS; ROBERT R. MILL; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; EWING WALKER; GREGORIO SOMERS)
Blue Book Magazine: October, Oct. 1937
NY, McCall Co. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 65, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicutt. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops. Includes "The Assassins of Angora" by William J. Makin; "Visitors from Venus" by Anthony Rud; "Warriors in Exile" (V) by H. Bedford-Jones; "The Right Kind of Tough" by Luke Short; "From Hangtown to the Sea" by Kenneth Perkins; "The Case of Young Steve" by Robert R. Mill; "Ships and Men" (X) by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "Freedom's Highwayman" (complete novel) by Ewing Walker; "The Valley Stronghold" (pt 2 of 3) by Gregorio Somers. Real Experiences: "A Wanderer's Scrapbook" by James Francis Dwyer; "The Dragon of Komodo" by W. Douglas Burden; "War in the Lava Beds" by Maurice Fitzgerald; "The Flying Headsman" by Roland D. Doane. Illustrated by Austin Briggs, John Clymer, Jeremy Cannon [Herbert Morton Stoops], Arthur Jameson, George Avison, Monte Crews, Frederick Anderson & Yngve Soderberg, Oscar Howard, and L. R. Gustavson. Minor soiling and corner wear; interior tanning. A very attractive copy. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 BLUE BOOK (MAX BRAND; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPT. L. B. WILLIAMS; FULTON GRANT; GORDON KEYNE; BEATRICE GRIMSHAW; H. BEDFORD-JONES; WILLIAM NEIDIG; FREDERICK BECHDOLT; WILLIAM CHESTER; MEIGS FROST; TRACY RICHARDSON; MAJ. S. L. GLENISTER; ODO B. STADE), Blue Book Magazine: August, Aug. 1938 ("Nevada Gold"; "Kioga of the Unkown Land")
BLUE BOOK (MAX BRAND; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPT. L. B. WILLIAMS; FULTON GRANT; GORDON KEYNE; BEATRICE GRIMSHAW; H. BEDFORD-JONES; WILLIAM NEIDIG; FREDERICK BECHDOLT; WILLIAM CHESTER; MEIGS FROST; TRACY RICHARDSON; MAJ. S. L. GLENISTER; ODO B. STADE)
Blue Book Magazine: August, Aug. 1938 ("Nevada Gold"; "Kioga of the Unkown Land")
NY, McCall Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 67, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops. Includes "The Flaming Finish" by Max Brand; "Flying Dutchman" by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "We Rescue the Fair Y.L." by Fulton Grant; "The Fact Unknown: Strange Escapes" (No. VII) byGordon Keyne; "Lady of the Cannibal Islands" by Beatrice Grimshaw; "The Little Black God" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Pigeon Blood" by William Neidig; "Nevada Gold" (serial) by Frederick Bechdolt; "Kioga of the Unknown Land" (serial) by William Chester; "The Steamboat Man" (novelette) by Meigs Frost. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "Strange Duel" by Tracy Richardson; "Flight in the Desert" by Maj. S. L. Glenister; "Saved by the Enemy" by Odo B. Stade. Illustrated by Grattan Condon, Yngve Soderberg & R. L. Lambdin, Austin Briggs, L. F. Grant, Joseph Nussdorf, Jeremy Cannon, L. R. Gustavson, Peter Kuhlhoff, and Frederic Anderson. A few small edge nicks or chips; minor soiling; minor creasing; old price on cover in pencil. Very Good+.
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 BLUE BOOK (CAPTAIN MICHAEL GALLISTER; GORDON KEYNE; OWEN FRANCIS; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; WILLIAM BYRON MOWERY; KENNETH PERKINS; H. BEDFORD-JONES; BILL ADAMS; FULTON GRANT; WILLIAM CHESTER), Blue Book Magazine: July 1938
BLUE BOOK (CAPTAIN MICHAEL GALLISTER; GORDON KEYNE; OWEN FRANCIS; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; WILLIAM BYRON MOWERY; KENNETH PERKINS; H. BEDFORD-JONES; BILL ADAMS; FULTON GRANT; WILLIAM CHESTER)
Blue Book Magazine: July 1938
NY, McCall Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 67, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops for "Sea Vixen" by Bill Adams. Includes "Harbor Hazard" by Capt. Michael Gallister; "The Christian Slave" by Gordon Keyne; "Hot Metal" by Owen Francis; "We Must Figure on Death" (XIX) by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "Number Three Dog" by William Byron Mowery; "The Box Canon Mystery" by Kenneth Perkins; "Warriors in Exile" (XIV; "The King's Pipe") by H. Bedford-Jones; "Murder Comes to Buttonville" (complete novel) by Fulton Grant; "Kioga of the Unkown Land" (serial) by William Chester. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "Killer's End" by William P. Lawson; "You Never Can Tell" by Mary Richardson; "Food for Armenia" by Paul Chevalier. Illustrated by L. R. Gustavson, L. F. Grant, Grattan Condon, Yngve Soderberg & George Avison, Austin Briggs, Peter Kuhlhoff, Jeremy Cannon, and Frederic Anderson. Old price on cover in pencil; a little creasing and rubbing; edgewear; mild tanning. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 BLUE BOOK (ROBERT R. MILL; FULTON T. GRANT; CAPTAIN MICHAEL GALLISTER; MAX BRAND; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; GORDON KEYNE; H. BEDFORD-JONES; HOMER CROY; FREDERICK BECHDOLT), Blue Book Magazine: September, Sept. 1938 ("Panama Peril"; "Nevada Gold")
BLUE BOOK (ROBERT R. MILL; FULTON T. GRANT; CAPTAIN MICHAEL GALLISTER; MAX BRAND; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; GORDON KEYNE; H. BEDFORD-JONES; HOMER CROY; FREDERICK BECHDOLT)
Blue Book Magazine: September, Sept. 1938 ("Panama Peril"; "Nevada Gold")
NY, McCall Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 67, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops for "Last Flight" by Max Brand. Includes "Panama Peril" (complete novel) by Robert R. Mill; "The Treasure of Ys' by Fulton T. Grant; "Doghouse Blues" by Capt. Michael Gallister; "Rogue's Yarn" (Ships and Men: XXI) by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "The Way to Freedom" ("Strange Escapes" VIII) by Gordon Keyne; "Reilly of the Legion" (Warriors in Exile: XVI) by H. Bedford-Jones; "Prize Mule" by Homer Croy; "Nevada Gold" (serial) by Jack Bechdolt. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "A ranger's Scrapbook" by Tra Ayen; "Beyond the Limit" by J. C. Chavalier; "A Conquest of a Chinese Village" as told to William Hopson by Capt. R. W. Martin; "The Dog Was a Woodsman Too" by Richard Mainson. Illustrated by Austin Briggs, L. R. Gustavson; Raymond Sisley, Yngve Soderberg & Goerge Avison, L. F. Grant, Jeremy Cannon, and Peter Kuhlhoff. Minor chips and tears at upper rear cover foredge corner; old price in pencil on cover. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 TWO COMPLETE DETECTIVE BOOKS (CHARLOTTE ARMSTRONG; JONATHAN STAGGE), Two Complete Detective Books: No. 61, March, Mar. 1950 ( "Fatal Lady"; "the Three Fears")
TWO COMPLETE DETECTIVE BOOKS (CHARLOTTE ARMSTRONG; JONATHAN STAGGE)
Two Complete Detective Books: No. 61, March, Mar. 1950 ( "Fatal Lady"; "the Three Fears")
NY, Real Adventures. 1950. SingleIssueMagazine. No. 61. Edited by Jack Byrne. Cover art is uncredited [George Gross]. Hinge tears; front hinge may be glue-mended; standard edge tears with small losses; upper end is a little wet stained; tanning; minor soiling. Good to Very Good-.
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 BOUCHER, ANTHONY (EDITOR)(ALFRED BESTER; C. M. KORNBLUTH; ROBERT ABERNATHY; ARTHUR PORGES; POUL ANDERSON; RAY BRADBURY; ROBERT SHECKLEY; J. FRANCIS MCCOMAS; AVRAM DAVIDSON; RICHARD MATHESON; ALBERT COMPTON FRIBORG; SHIRLEY JACKSON; DANIEL F. GALOUYE; MORE, The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction Fourth Series
BOUCHER, ANTHONY (EDITOR)(ALFRED BESTER; C. M. KORNBLUTH; ROBERT ABERNATHY; ARTHUR PORGES; POUL ANDERSON; RAY BRADBURY; ROBERT SHECKLEY; J. FRANCIS MCCOMAS; AVRAM DAVIDSON; RICHARD MATHESON; ALBERT COMPTON FRIBORG; SHIRLEY JACKSON; DANIEL F. GALOUYE; MORE
The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction Fourth Series
NY, Ace. 1960. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing, 1960] #D-455. Cover art is uncredited [Emsh]. Includes "Fondly Fahrenheit" by Alfred Bester; "I Never Ast No Favors" by C. M. Kornbluth; "Heirs Apparent" by Robert Abernathy; "$1.98" by Arthur Porges; "The Immortal Game" by Poul Anderson; "All Summer in a Day" by Ray Bradbury; "The Accountant" by Robert Sheckley; "Brave New World" by J. Francis McComas; "My Boy Friend's Name Is Jello" by Avram Davidson; "The Test" by Richard Matheson; "Careless Love" by Albert Compton Friborg; "Bulletin" by Shirley Jackson; "Sanctuary" by Daniel F. Galouye; "Misadventure" by Lord Dunsany; "The Little Black Train" by Manly Wade Wellman; 'The Foundation of Science Fiction Success" by Isaac Asimov. Creasing; star stamp on first page; tanning. Very Good+.
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 BOWEN, JOHN, After the Rain
BOWEN, JOHN
After the Rain
NY, Ballantine. 1965, First American Edition. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing](1959) #284K. Cover art by Blanchard. Paperback original. "Ruthless survival in a world of elements gone mad." Based on author's stage play. Tanned; rubbing; minor chips. Very Good-.
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 BRADBURY, RAY, The October Country
BRADBURY, RAY
The October Country
NY, Ballantine. 1962. Mass Market Paperback. Ex-Library, 2nd printing, 1962; #F580. [Cover art by Joe Mugnaini.] Library stamps on title page and inside rear cover, but apparently wasn't lent. Tanned; minor bumps and crease. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 BRADLEY, MARION ZIMMER/ RACKHAM, JOHN, The Winds of Darkover / the Anything Tree
BRADLEY, MARION ZIMMER/ RACKHAM, JOHN
The Winds of Darkover / the Anything Tree
NY, Ace Double. 1970, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. 1st printing, 1970; #89250. Covers by Freas / Shoenherr. Paperback original. Slight creasing; tanning; corner wear. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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9781932009606 BRAND, MAX, Masquerade; Ten Crime Stories (the Lost Classics Series)
BRAND, MAX
Masquerade; Ten Crime Stories (the Lost Classics Series)
Norfolk, VA, Crippen & Landru. 2007, First Edition. (ISBN: 9781932009606). Hardcover, with dust jacket. 1st printing. New in dj. Sale! Regularly $40.00. Fine/Fine.
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 BROWN, CARTER, The Hang-Up Kid
BROWN, CARTER
The Hang-Up Kid
NY, Signet. 1970, First American Edition. Mass Market Paperback. 1st printing, Feb. 1970; #P4159. Cover art is uncredited [Robert McGinnis]. Creasing; rubbing; old price in pen on first page; advertising stam for high School Diploma test insuide front cover; tanning. Very Good.
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 [ZENITH JONES BROWN, AKA DAVID FROME], Siren in the Night
[ZENITH JONES BROWN, AKA DAVID FROME]
Siren in the Night
NY, Bantam. 1948. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing] Mar. 1948; #303. Cover art by Robert G. Harris. Edgewear with minor laminate peeling; creasing; spine fading; owner's marks in side cover and on first page in pen; other minor marks in pencil.. Very Good-.
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Book number: MZ03
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 BUDRYS, ALGIS, The Falling Torch
BUDRYS, ALGIS
The Falling Torch
NY, Pyramid. 1962. Mass Market Paperback. 2nd printing, Jan. 1962; #F-693. Cover art by John Schoenherr. Stress; rubbing; edgewear; minor creasing. Very Good.
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Book number: MS22
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 BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE, John Carter of Mars (Mars #11)
BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE
John Carter of Mars (Mars #11)
NY, Ballantine. 1970. Mass Market Paperback. 2nd printing, Apr. 1970; #01531. Cover by art Bob Abbett. Creasing, stress and bumps at edges; strage bump pattern at foredge, making many tiny edge tears. Solid copy for reading. Good.
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 DE CAMP, L. SPRAGUE, Divide and Rule
DE CAMP, L. SPRAGUE
Divide and Rule
NY, Lancer. 1964, First Thus. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing] 1964; #72-768. Cover art is uncredited. Contains "Divide and Rule" and "The Stolen Dormouse". Tanning; creasing; edge nicks and bumps. Very Good+.
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Book number: MS23
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 DE CAMP, L SPRAGUE, Lovecraft a Biography
DE CAMP, L SPRAGUE
Lovecraft a Biography
NY, Doubleday & Co. 1975, First Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket. [1st printing, 1975] Stated First Edition. Minor smudges and stray marks to upper and lower ends of text block; dj is price-clipped with light soiling at edges with several minor tears. Very Good+ to Near Fine in Very Good dj. Sale! Regularly $25.00. Very Good+ to Near Fine/Very Good.
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Book number: DU21
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 CARR, JOHN DICKSON, Death Turns the Tables (Dr. Gideon Fell)
CARR, JOHN DICKSON
Death Turns the Tables (Dr. Gideon Fell)
NY, Pocket. 1946. Mass Market Paperback. 2nd printing, May 1946; #350. Cover art is uncredited. Laminate peeling with small losses;spine faded; creasing. Good to Very Good-.
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Book number: MX05
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 CATHERWOOD, MARY HARWELL, The Spirit of an Illinois Town
CATHERWOOD, MARY HARWELL
The Spirit of an Illinois Town
Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co. 1897, First Edition. Hardcover. 1st printing, 1897. Green coth decorated in stamped back and gold with gold stamped lettering. In Bleiler's Checklist of Fantastic Literature. Hinges cracked, but holding; light lean; worn at corners and edges. Sale! Regularly $75.00. Good to Very Good-.
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 ARGOSY (GEORGE CHALLIS - AKA FREDERICK FAUST, OR MAX BRAND; HOWARD R. MARSH; STOOKIE ALLEN; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; ANTHONY M. RUD; BORDEN CHASE; HULBERT FOOTNER; THEODORE ROSCOE; ALFRED GEORGE; J. W. HOLDEN; CARL C. MELLOR; DELOS WHITE), Argosy Weekly: June 8, 1935 ("Firebrand")
ARGOSY (GEORGE CHALLIS - AKA FREDERICK FAUST, OR MAX BRAND; HOWARD R. MARSH; STOOKIE ALLEN; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; ANTHONY M. RUD; BORDEN CHASE; HULBERT FOOTNER; THEODORE ROSCOE; ALFRED GEORGE; J. W. HOLDEN; CARL C. MELLOR; DELOS WHITE)
Argosy Weekly: June 8, 1935 ("Firebrand")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1935. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 256, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Albert J. Gibner.] Cover art by Coughlin for "The Cat and the Perfume" ('Firebrand' series) by George Challis [Frederick Faust, aka Max Brand]; "Smeared with Glory" by Howard R. Marsh; "Men of Daring: The Fighting Garibaldis" (True Story in Pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Mountain Murder" (novelette) by William Merriam Rouse; "Lord of the Sunderbunds" by Anthony M. Rud; "Heading Boss" (pt. 2 of 3) by Borden Chase; "Sink of Iniquity" (pt. 3 of 6) by Hulbert Footner; "War Declared!" (pt. 7 of 7) by Theodore Roscoe. Features: "Wonders of the World - No. 23" by Alfred George; "Mystery Fingerprints" by J. W. Holden; "A Queer Custom" by Carl C. Mellor; "Fishermen at Ease" by Delos White; "The Men Who Make the Argosy - Howard R. Marsh"; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Minor losses at spine ends; minor edge tears; tanning; creasing. Very Good+.
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 ARGOSY (EUSTACE L. ADAMS; MAX BRAND; THEODORE ROSCOE; RICHARD SALE; GEORGE CHALLIS - AKA FREDERICK FAUST AKA MAX BRAND; STOOKIE ALLEN; JOHNSTON MCCULLEY; CORNELL WOOLRICH; L. G. BLOCHMAN; ERIC SHARPE), Argosy Weekly: June 19, 1937 ("the Smoking Land"; "Red Snow at Darjeeling")
ARGOSY (EUSTACE L. ADAMS; MAX BRAND; THEODORE ROSCOE; RICHARD SALE; GEORGE CHALLIS - AKA FREDERICK FAUST AKA MAX BRAND; STOOKIE ALLEN; JOHNSTON MCCULLEY; CORNELL WOOLRICH; L. G. BLOCHMAN; ERIC SHARPE)
Argosy Weekly: June 19, 1937 ("the Smoking Land"; "Red Snow at Darjeeling")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 273, No. 6. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Chandler H. Whipple.] Cover by V. E. Pyles. Includes "The Big Wind Blows" (pt. 1 of 4) by Eustace L. Adams; "Just Irish" by Max Brand; "Mile a Minute" (short novelet) by Theodore Roscoe; "China Station" (novelet) by Richard Sale; "The Smoking Land" (pt. 4 of 6) by George Challis; "Men of Daring - Thomas Swinton, Long Chance Champ" (true story in pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Senor Vulture" (pt. 2 of 3) by Johnston McCulley; "Your Own Funeral" by Cornell Woolrich; "Red Snow at Darjeeling" (conclusion) by L. G. Blochman. Features: "The Wasteless Lano" by Eric Sharpe; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead". Minor cigarette burn hole in rear cover; minor edge losses; creasing; tanning.. Very Good+.
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