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[West Linn, OR]: FAX Collector's Editions, . Octavo, illustrations by Stephen E. Leialoha. boards. First edition. Sequel to Skull Face, completed by Lupoff.
Lakemont, GA: Fictioneer Books Ltd, 1975. Octavo, illustrations by Stephen Fabian, cloth. Second edition. Two western novelettes, one first published in SMASHING NOVELS MAGAZINE, the other first printed here. Afterword by Glenn Lord.
West Kingston, Rhode Island: Donald M. Grant, 1979. Octavo, illustrations by Roy Krenkel, cloth. First edition. Collects five Oriental tales.
West Linn, OR: FAX Collector's Editions, 1974 [i.e. 1975]. Octavo, illustrations by Michael W. Kaluta, cloth. First edition. Three Oriental tales featuring Irish-American and Texan adventurer Francis Xavier Gordon.
[West Linn, OR]: FAX Collector's Editions, . Octavo, cloth. First edition. Collects ten stories, all originally written for MAGIC CARPET and ORIENTAL STORIES pulp magazines, only one saw publication in the former, two others were printed posthumously in THE HOWARD COLLECTOR, the rest first published here.
West Kingston, Rhode Island: Donald M. Grant, 1979. Octavo, illustrations by Rob MacIntyre and Chris Pappas, cloth. First edition. Collects the three Cormac tales, "Hawks of Outremer," "The Blood of Belshazzar," and "The Slave-Princess," the last completed by Richard L. Tierney and first published here, the two others first published in ORIENTAL STORIES in 1931.
San Francisco, CA, Columbia, PA: Underwood-Miller, 1977. Octavo, illustrated by Keiko Nelson, cloth. New edition. New introduction by Glenn Lord and adds a poem not in the first edition. A facsimile of "The Song of Yar Ali Kahn," a previously unpublished handwritten poem laid in. Barron (ed), Fantasy and Horror (1999) 8-27. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 6-27.
West Kingston, Rhode Island: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, . Octavo, illustrations by Alicia Austin, cloth. First edition. 1079 copies printed. The third collection of Howard's verse, collecting all known previously published poetry not included in ALWAYS COMES EVENING (1957) and SINGERS IN THE SHADOWS (1970).
Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc, . Octavo, illustrated by Richard Berry, cloth. First edition. Limited to 750 numbered copies signed by artist Rick Berry. Collects selections of poetry discovered in correspondence with Tevis Clyde Smith after his death. Introduction by Glenn Lord.
West Kingston, Rhode Island: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1981. Octavo, cloth. First edition. Collects three stories featuring Steve Harrison, Howard's hard-boiled private detective; first appearance of "The Mystery of Tannerhoe Lodge," completed by Fred Blosser; first hardcover appearance of "The Lord of the Dead" and "Names in the Black Book." All involve a Fu Manchu type villain, Erlik Khan. Introduction by Robert E. Briney.
Baltimore, MD: The Mirage Press, 1969. Octavo, illustrations by Frank Frazetta, Roy Krenkel, Gray Morrow and others, cloth. First edition. 1500 copies printed. Essays and articles by Howard, Leiber, de Camp, Poul Anderson and others on heroic fantasy with emphasis on the writings of Robert E. Howard.
Baltimore, MD: The Mirage Press, 1972. Octavo, jacket illustration by Berni Wrightons, illustrations by Roy G. Krenkel, George Barr, Tim Kirk and others, cloth. First edition, first printing. 1500 copies printed. Essays and articles by Howard, Leiber, de Camp, Poul Anderson and others on heroic fantasy with emphasis on the writings of Robert E. Howard.
New York, Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, n.d., [1930s]. Octavo, cloth. Later edition. Early Grosset reprint edition of the author's first mystery novel introducing the character of Henri Bencolin, a locked room mystery. Adey, Locked Room Murders p. 43.
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1936. Octavo, pp. [1-8]  2-293 [294-296], original beige cloth, spine stamped in green, top edge stained light blue, fore edge uncut, bottom edge rough cut, cream colored end papers. First edition. Precedes the U. K. edition. A novel of an English hired assassin who murders a government minister of a European country and is double crossed when he returns home to get paid. Adapted in 1942 as an American crime drama set in wartime San Francisco with Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake from a script by Albert Maltz and W.R. Burnett. Hubin, p. 349.
New York: Grosset and Dunlap, n.d., [c1947?]. Octavo, cloth. Later edition. Film tie-in edition promoting the MGM film release (January, 1947). Robert Montgomery, Lloyd Nolan and Audrey Trotter on front panel, film still on rear panel.
New York, Toronto: Rinehard & Company, Inc., . Octavo, boards. First edition. The last of the "Black" novels. The protagonist seeks revenge on five people involved in the death of his fiancé. Hubin, p. 879.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, . Octavo, cloth. Second U. S. edition. A Philip Marlowe novel. Bruccoli, A8.2.b.
Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Company, . Octavo, cloth. First edition. First publication of these five stories in a hardcover book. The stories appeared earlier (with five others) in FIVE MURDERERS (1944) and FIVE SINISTER CHARACTERS (1945), two paperbound books published by Avon. Bruccoli AA2. Hubin, p. 153.
Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Company, . Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-188 [189-192: blank], original red textured boards, front and spine stamped in black. First hardcover edition. First published Bestseller Mystery in June 1943, this hardcover is dated October, 1943. This volume consists of The Big Knockover and $106,000 Blood Money collected together as a novel, featuring the Continental Op. Both stories first appeared in Black Mask pulp magazine. Layman, A9.2.a (not seen).
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941. Octavo, pp. [1-12] [1-2] 3-270 [271: blank] [272: printing statement] [273-276: blank], original red cloth, spine stamped in black, top edge stained blue, fore and bottom edges rough cut. First U. S. edition. The author's first mystery novel which introduces the character of Tommy Hambledon, WW I spy in Germany. Haycraft-Queen cornerstone. Hubin, p. 178.
New York; Boston: Duell, Sloan and Pearce; Little Brown and Company, . Octavo, cloth. First edition. A man searches for a secret Communist report smuggled out of the Soviet Union in Los Angeles. Hubin p. 421.
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, . Octavo, cloth. First edition. Corrupt ex-Senator has his wife murdered and his one time personal secretary goes to Santa Fe to settle matters. A triangular chess match occurs between the Senator, the Secretary and a Police Officer from Chicago who is also on the trail. Hubin p. 421.
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, . Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1-2] 3-307 [308-312: blank], original blue gray cloth, spine stamped in white, top edge stained red. First edition. Signed by Hughes on the second half title page. "Kit, all nerves exposed after a torture session in Spain, returns to N. Y. to declare open season on a circle of phony refugees who murder his best friend. The sellout of his girl, killing of an F.B.I. friend, bait of some golden goblets, identity of his Spanish inquisitor, and allure of Toni, make for expert ersatz." - Kirkus review, 4 September, 1942. Made into a film of the same title in 1943 starring John Garfield and Maureen O'Hara. Hubin p. 421.
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, . Octavo, original green cloth, front and spine stamped in blue. First edition. Griselda and Con Satterlee from THE SO BLUE MARBLE are on a second honeymoon when Con gets arrested for murder. "Equalling (almost) but not surpassing previous titles -- with well sustained suspense." - Kirkus review, 1941. Hubin, p. 421.
[Lakewood, CO: Centipede Press, 2012]. Octavo, cloth. First edition. One of 500 numbered copies signed by Max Allen Collins & Lynn F. Myers, Jr. (biographical introduction) and Ron Lesser (artist). The first complete collection of Cain's work, consisting of the novel FAST ONE and thirteen stories, six collected for the first time in book form. Biographical introduction by Max Allen Collins and Lynn F. Myers, Jr., and other material including a bibliography. There is an introduction to each story. The majority of the stories were first published in Black Mask pulp magazine.