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Garden City: Doubleday, 1946. Octavo, Hardcover. First edition.
London: Michael Joseph, . Octavo, boards. First edition. Mystery thriller set in the world of ocean racing.
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., . Octavo, cloth. First U.S. edition. Sequel to the Guns of Navarone. Made into a feature film.
New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1957. Octavo, cloth. First U.S. edition. The author's second novel. Basis for the WWII action film with Gregory Peck, David Niven and Anthony Quinn.
London: Herbert Jenkins Limited, nd . Octavo, cloth. First edition. A famous detective seeks a man who has lived for a century and a half, the trail leads him to Africa and a strange community deep in the Belgian Congo (lost race?).
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1960. Octavo, Hardcover. First edition.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, n.d., [c1930s]. Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-vii 1-300 [301-304: blank], original red cloth, front and spine stamped in yellow. Later printing. First published as a five part serial in the pulp magazine ALL STORY WEEKLY in 1919.
New York: St. Martin's Press, . Octavo, boards. First U.S. edition. The second novel to feature James Ogilvie of the British Army, set in the North-West frontier of India in the late 19th century.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1976. Octavo, boards. First U.S. edition. The third book in the Halfhyde series. Set in the 1890s.
New York: St. Martin's Press, . Octavo, boards. First U.S. edition. The second book in the Halfhyde series. Set in the 1890s.
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. London: John Murray, 1847. 12mo, pp. [i-ix] x-xii [xiii] xiv-xv [xvi]  18-389 [390: blank] + 10 pages, all pages save last (a blank) carrying publisher's ads + 16 pages of additional ads paged -16 [note: leaf preceding half title is a blank]; double flyleaves at front and rear, inserted frontispiece map, one illustration in the text, title page printed in red and black, original decorated brown cloth, front panel stamped in gold and blind, spine panel stamped in gold, rear panel stamped in blind, marbled endpapers. First U.S. edition. Melville's second book, preceded by TYPEE (1846). "Melville began by writing adventure stories, not fantastic, but exotic, vivid, and immensely popular. TYPEE and OMOO are daydream books, and, as C. S. Lewis pointed out, people want their daydreams to have the appearance of possibility, no matter how far above the reality of their lives those dreams might be. The burning central question in early reviews of TYPEE was whether its events had indeed transpired as Melville said they did. After two such books, Melville grew tired of the limitations of the autobiographical-adventure format. He had begun reading history, philosophy, and literature, and his mind was bursting with speculations that simply could not be fit into another TYPEE. Like Hawthorne, he turned to romance." - Attebery, The Fantasy Tradition in American Literature From Irving to Le Guin, pp. 51-2. BAL 13656. Wright (I) 1861.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Publishers, . Octavo, original black cloth, stamped in red. First edition. Bleiler: The Guide to Supernatural Literature #1211.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Publishers, . Octavo, cloth. First edition. Adventure and magic in Tibet, featuring Jimgrim, Ramsden & company. Bleiler-The Guide to Supernatural Literature.
New York, London: The D. Appleton Century Company Incorporated, 1937. Octavo, [1-8] 1-310 [311-312: blank], original dark yellow pictorial cloth, front stamped in black and red, spine stamped in black. First U.S. edition. First printing with (1) at base of page 310. Published earlier in Britain as Diamonds See in the Dark (1937).
New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, Incorporated, 1936. Octavo, cloth. First U.S. edition. A Jimgrim adventure.
New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Company Incorporated, 1936. Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii [viii] 1-279 [280: blank], original brown cloth, spine panel stained black with gold stamping, fore and bottom edges rough untrimmed. First U.S. edition, first printing with "(1)" at base of text on page 279. In the scarce variant publisher's binding of brown cloth with spine panel stained black and stamped in gold. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature II, pp. 801-04. Grant, p. 192.
London: Hutchinson & Co., (Publishers) Ltd., n.d. . Octavo, cloth. First edition. The U.K. edition precedes the American edition which is titled Full Moon. Published as a fourteen part serial (as Full Moon) in American Weekly starting with October 28, 1934 issue before American book publication. "Oriental adventure and intrigue, based ultimately on a conceit of Charles Fort's, that people who disappear mysteriously may end in the fourth dimension" - Bleiler: The Guide to Supernatural Fiction #1212. This copy is first edition U.K. sheets, without the publishers catalog, rebound in red cloth.
New York: A.L. Burt Company, Publishers, n.d. [c. 1923]. Octavo, cloth. Reprint edition. This is Mundy's second novel, set in India. First published as a three-part serial in Adventure (pulp magazine), July - September, 1915. Coll frontispiece.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1975. Octavo, cloth. First edition. This title was published in an edition of 975 copies in honor of Munn for the first World Fantasy Convention. Series of poems and prose on the Joan of Arc adventure.