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Buford, Bill (Editor): " GRANTA. 19. MORE DIRT: The New American Fiction."
Cambridge. Granta / Penguin, 1986 Paperback. 254 pages. A few b./w. photographs. Contents near fine but title page is loose. Front cover creased and faintly marked with a ring, probably from a glass or mug? ISBN 0140085955. (Book ref. 6376) £4.00
Daventry, Leonard: " A MAN OF DOUBLE DEED."
London. Science Fiction Book Club / Victor Gollancz, 1966. Reprint. 176 pages. Near fine, no inscription or marks. D./w. is grubby, and small tear back top edge. 7.5" x 4.75". (Book ref. 6058) £4.00
Aldiss, Brian: " HELLACONIA SPRING." and " HELLICONIA SUMMER." 2 paperbacks.
London. Triad / Granada, 1983-85. 2 paperbacks. First published by Jonathan Cape in 1982 & 1983. "Hellaconia Spring" has 555 pages, cover & contents very good. ISBN 0586053654. "Hellaconia Summer " 576 pages, cover slightly rubbed & front top corner faintly creased. Contents good but page edges foxed. ISBN 0586053662. (Book ref. 6012) £4.00
Mitchell, David.: " CLOUD ATLAS."
London. Sceptre / Hodder & Stoughton, 2004. Paperback. Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Winner of the Richard & Judy Best Read of the Year. 529 pages. Near fine but bottom edge of front cover slightly bumped. Priced on back 7.99. ISBN 0340822783. (Book ref. 5643) £4.00
Christie, Agatha.: " THE PALE HORSE."
London. The Crime Club (by Collins) 1961. Mark Easterbrook is the detective in search of a killer. 256 pages. Near fine, no inscription or marks. D./w. is worn on edges & corners, with tears on five corners. 7.5" x 5". (Book ref. 5479) £4.00
Barth, John: " LOST IN THE FUNHOUSE. Fiction for print, tape, live voice."
London. Secker & Warburg, 1969 Reprint, first UK edition 1969. 201 pages. Near fine, no inscription or marks. D./w. slightly worn on corners and edges and torn in 2 places of front bottom edge, o./w. near fine. 9" x 5.75" SBN 436036738 (Book ref. 5321) £10.00
Hill, Reginald.: " DEATH'S JEST-BOOK."
London. HarperCollins, 2002. "Featuring Dalziel and Pascoe." 558 pages. 9" x 6". Near fine, no inscription. Near fine d./w., not price clipped (10.00) but edges are slightly bumped. ISBN 0007123396 (Book ref. 4354) £7.00
Bowen, Charles. (Editor): " FLYING SAUCER REVIEW. September -October 1965. Vol. II, No. 5."
London. Flying Saucer Review, 1965. 11th year of publication. 36 pages & 4 illustrations, that is a b. & w. photograph, map & charts. Card cover with 2 slightly rusty staples. Slightly faded near spine, previous owner's details in top corner of front cover, and cover is a bit 'handled'. Contents very good, almost near fine. 9" x 7". (Book ref. 4221) £7.00
Woods, Paul A.: " KING PULP. The Wild World of Quentin Tarantino."
London. Plexus, 1998. Softback. Revised edition, first published 1996. 208 pages. Well illustrated, with many photographs in black & white and 12 in colour. Contents near fine, no inscription or marks, but cover has an 8" crease on the front from right side edge to middle of bottom edge. 9" x 6". Priced on back cover 12.99. ISBN 085965270X. (Book ref. 4193) £4.00
Shuckborough, Julian (Edited by.): " THE BEDSIDE BOOK."
London. Windward, 1979. A book to dip into. Excerpts from some of the best writers, on all manner of subjects, from Pepys' Diary, to Roald Dahl. 9" x 6". Bumped & slightly worn on corners, contents are clean. D./w. very worn on corners and the front corners are torn. 319 pages including list of sources. Illustrated with some line drawings. ISBN 0711200149. (Book ref. 4058) £5.00
London. Arco, 1965 188 pages including bibliography & index. 9 black & white photographs. Near fine, no inscription. Near fine d./w., not price clipped (30s). 8" x 5" (Book ref. 4045) £8.00
Perelman, S.J.: " THE BEST OF S. J. PERELMAN."
London. Reprint Society / William Heinemann, 1959 World Club edition. Introduction by A. P. Herbert. These humorous stories were written between 1930 and 1958, and most of them appeared first in the New Yorker magazine. 445 pages. 8" x 5". Near fine in yellow cloth, no inscription or marks, but corners slightly bumped. D./w. slightly discoloured & slightly worn on edges, o./w. near fine. (Book ref. 3866) £8.00
Cary, Joyce: " A HOUSE OF CHILDREN."
London. Michael Joseph, 1946 2nd impression, first pub. in this edition 1931. This was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. In the introduction Cary said it is partly autobiographical. 239 pages. 7" x 5" Near fine, no inscription. D./w. slightly soiled, worn on top of spine & small piece missing, tiny nicks on edges, not price clipped (10s. 6d.) o./w. near fine. (Book ref. 3865) £7.00
Londob. Jonathan Cape, 1944. Reprint, 4th impression of the Travellers' Library edition, first published 1930. 288 pages. Near fine in green cloth, except previous owner's name is written in tiny writing in top corner of f.e.p. . Near fine d./w except for a few tiny nicks on edges, a small tear back bottom corner & one on front bottom edge, priced 5s. on flap. (Book ref. 3863) £7.00
London. Faber & Faber, 2001. 387 pages. Near fine. Near fine d./w., not price clipped 17.99, but slightly bumped on edges & faintly scratched. 9" x 6". ISBN 0571207529. (Book ref. 3625) £7.00
Ferman, Edward L. and Jordon, Anne (Edited by): " THE BEST OF MODERN HORROR. 24 Tales From The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction."
London. Guild Publishing / Penguin, 1989. A collection of classic horror stories, published between the 1950's & 1980's in "The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction." (This anthology first published by Penguin.) 403 pages. 9" x 6". Near fine in near fine d./w. (Book ref. 3457) £4.00
Mortimer, John.: " RUMPOLE ON TRIAL."
London. Penguin, 1992. Paperback. A collection of 7 stories, the 7th being 'Rumpole on Trial.' 243 pages. 8" x 5" Back cover slightly rubbed & top back corner has been bent back, o./w. very clean & near fine. ISBN 0 14 016956 3. (Book ref. 971) £4.00