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Baltimore: Borderlands Press, 1992 [i.e. 1993]. Octavo, cloth. First hardcover edition. Limited to 750 numbered copies, this copy is not numbered and marked "PC," signed by editor Wilson, artist Phil Parks, and the contributors. Shared world horror anthology centered on a traveling circus. Collects nineteen stories by Rex Miller, Kathryn Ptacek, Dan Simmons, Steven Spruill, Chet Williamson, F. Paul Wilson and others.
New York: Forge, . Octavo, printed wrappers. First edition. Advance uncorrected proof in red printed wrappers. Promotional letter from the editor laid in. A Repairman Jack novel.
New York: Tor, 1988. Wrappers. First edition. Advance review copy.
New York: Tor, . Octavo, boards. First edition. Signed inscription on the half title page by Wilson. Set before and during WW II the novel concerns a mystical sect of Japanese warriors, the secret for the long lost "Black Wind" force, and an American and Japanese who were friends at one time and get involved with the same woman. "Of great and captivating sweep, with memorable characters and some fine action writing. The forced plotting rattles, however, with those abounding coincidences and an occult element that's preposterous and wholly unnecessary; this would have been stronger as straight saga. Even so, Wilson's best since The Keep, and worthy entertainment." - Kirkus Review, 1 September, 1988.
[New York]: Baen Books, . Small octavo, First edition. Baen Books 69828-1. Paperback original. Part of the author's LaNague Federations series. Future thriller set in a dark New York. "A quiet little SF tribute to Raymond Chandler whose work has given me such pleasure over the years. As part of my usual process, I took all the tropes of noir P-I fiction and gave them my own twist. I’ve got a down-and-out private investigator with an addiction, I’ve got the tired, seamy city, I’ve got the seedy club owner who’s the go-to guy for anything illegal, I’ve got a full crew of various underworld sociopaths. Only one person in the whole cast has any decency, and that’s a clone of Jean Harlow who’s a Dydeetown whore with (you guessed it) a heart of gold. She’s the “Dydeetown Girl” of the novella’s title."- F. Paul Wilson (from the author's online blog). Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1986-2009.
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1976. First edition. Signed inscription by Wilson on the front free end paper. The author's first novel. A space opera in which a man with an alien doppleganger who gives him longevity and superhuman powers migrates to Tolive, a planet inhabited by neo-anarchists, from where he emerged with an altered perspective on life and a new identity as the enigmatic Healer -- mankind's only weapon against "the horrors," a psychological plague sweeping across the inhabited planets. This is part LaNague Federation series. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, Additions.