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6101 Furlow, Bill, editor CIRCUIT DESIGN IDEA HANDBOOK
Boston: Cahners Books, (1974). Second printing. Hardcover. Fine in a very slightly shelfworn dust jacket. 
This practical handbook offers electronic designers and technicians design ideas that might fit a problem exactly or that might suggest a new design modification. Contains in one handy volume nearly 300 circuit designs. Quarto. 209 pages with an index. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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6102 Furman, Necah Stewart SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES: The Postwar Decade
Albuquerque: The University of New Mexico Press, (1990). 0826311733 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Thick octavo. 858 pages; notes, bibliography, and index. 
"This book reveals, for the first time, in rich human, technological, and political detail, the story of the nation's premier nuclear ordnance laboratory during its formative years."--publisher's blurb. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6103 Furneaux, Rupert NEWS OF WAR: Stories and Adventures of the Great War Correspondents
London: Max Parrish, (1984). First edition. Hardcover. Near fine in a slightly rubbed and lightly soiled dust jacket. 
Early war correspondents were able to secure private military information and make some amazing scoops. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6104 Furst, Alan BLOOD OF VICTORY
New York: Random House, (2002). 0375505741 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
BLOOD OF VICTORY is classic Alan Furst, combining remarkable authenticity and atmosphere with the complexity and excitement of an outstanding spy thriller. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6105 Furutani, Dale THE TOYOTOMI BLADES
New York: St. Martin's Press, (1997). 0312170505 First edition, first printing. SIGNED by the author with his "chop" block stamp. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in a fine, as-new, dust jacket. 
In his second case, unemployed computer programmer and amateur detective Ken Tanaka becomes involved in a series of international robberies and murders while visiting Japan. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6106 Fusilli, Jim A WELL-KNOWN SECRET
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, (2002). 0399149317 First edition: Uncorrected Proof. Proof. Fine in color illustrated wraps. 
Terry Orr, troubled father and relutant private investigator makes his second appearance in this sequel to CLOSING TIME. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6107 Fyfield, Frances BLIND DATE
(New York): Viking, (1998). First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Fine in dust jacket. 
Review copy with the publisher's promotional materials laid in. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6108 Gabbay, Tom LISBON CROSSING
(New York, N.Y.): William Morrow/an imprint of HarperCollins Pub., (2007). 0061188433 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
The second historical thriller to finds Jack Teller, who in 1940 is working as a Hollywood stuntman, involved with a German film star. Her childhood friend may be in danger from the Nazis. The couple travel to Europe and become entangled in espionage. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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6109 Gabbay, Tom THE LISBON CROSSING
(New York, N.Y.): William Morrow/An imprint of HarperCollinsPublishe (2007). 0061188433 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
The second 1940s historical thriller to feature Jack Teller, a Hollywood stuntman is teeming with Nazis, spies, and ambiguous loyalties in the early days of World War II. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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6110 Gable, Sister Mariella, edited by MANY-COLORED FLEECE
New York: Sheed & Ward, 1950. B0006ASF9W First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Owner's inked name to front free endsheet, tiny nick to rear inner hinge, else fine, in grey cloth with navy blue spine lettering; in a heavily nicked, age-toned, lightly worn, very good dust jacket. 
Gable's third anthology of stories of nuns, monks, priests and Catholic laymen, gathered from the ranks of the finest authors of the day, including Steinbeck, Horgan, Greene, O'Faolain, Frank O'Connor, Katherine Anne Porter, Brendan Gill, and many others. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6111 Gabriel, Philip Louis TOMORROW-TOMORROW
Philadelphia, Pa.: Whitmore Publishing Co., (1971). 0874260271 First edition. Hardcover. Mild stain to the upper page edges, green cloth flecked at the borders and shelf edges, else a very good copy; in a slightly rubbed and edge chipped very good dust jacket with a hint of fading to the orange spine lettering. 
This fourth novel by the author of IN THE ASHES: A STORY OF LEBANON is a love story set in Hollywood, Manhattan and New Hampshire in the 1930's. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6112 Gaby, James, Capt. MATE IN SAIL
(Artarmon): (Antipodean Publishers), (1974). First edition. Hardcover. Boards slightly splayed, minor damp rifling to a few pages, else a near fine copy in colorfully illlustrated dust jacket with a few short closed edgetears. 
Quarto. 287 pages, glossary. Profusely illustrated with text and photographic plates, reproductions from paintings, some in color. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6113 Gaddis, Peggy SARA WINSLOW, M.D.
(New York, N.Y.): Arcadia House, (1959). First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in red binding lettered in black; in a likewise fine illustrated dust jacket that betrays only a whisper of edgewear. A virtually as-new example. 
Tired of fighting the prejudice against women doctors in a big city hospital, Sara Winslow takes an assignment as a general practicioner on Fisher's Island off the Maryland coast. Before long she is involved in buried treasure and blossoming romance. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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6114 Gadney, Reg DRAWN BLANC
New York: Coward-McCann, (1971). First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Fine copy in a near fine dust jacket with some shelfwear to the edges. 

Price: 15.00 USD
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6115 Gadol, Peter LIGHT AT DUSK
New York: Picador USA, (2000). First edition: Review copy, with materials laid in. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
"An interesting story of well-constructed characters set against the rising racial hatred in France..." --Library Journal. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6116 Gadol, Peter THE MYSTERY ROAST
New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., (1992). 0517576562 First edition: Review copy, with materials laid in. Hardcover. Fine in an illustrated dust jacket. 
When a young New Yorker steals an ancient statue from a prominent museum, it changes his life as he reunites with old friends and hatches a scheme to blanket the city with replicas of the purloined artwork. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6117 Gaillard, Robert MARIE OF THE ISLES
New York: A.A. Wyn, Inc., (1953). First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Near fine in mulberry cloth, gilt-lettered to the spine; in vivid pictorial dust jacket with some very light edgewear, pale age-toning, and minor nicking to spine ends. 
Tropical passion, bloodthirsty pirates, natural cataclysms, ruthless empire-making, and high adventure in 17th century Martinque. Translated from the French by Merle Severy. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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6118 Gaiman, Neil NEVERWHERE
New York: Avon Books, (19970). 0380973634 First edition, first printing: Uncorrected Proof. Hardcover. Covers rubbed, else near fine in illustrated glossy wraps. 
"A dark contemporary ALICE IN WONDERLAND...imaginative, well-crafted and highly visual."--Minneapolis Tribune. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6119 Gaiman, Neil FRAGILE THINGS: Short Fictions and Wonders
(New York, NY): William Morrow/An imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, (2006). 0060515228 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, a new book, in a fine, new dust jacket. 
"Extraordinary collection, which showcases Gaiman's storytelling brilliance as well as his terrifyingly entertaining dark sense of humor. By turns delightful, disturbing, and diverting...a gift of literary enchantment." 
Price: 26.95 USD
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6120 Gaiman, Neil ANANSI BOYS
(New York, N.Y.): William Morrow/An imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, (2005). 006051518X First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Near fine in black boards with blue foil spider vignette and facsimile signature to front cover, blue foil lettering to spine; in a near fine illustrated dust jacket. 
"Whizzing, twirling, erupting into dazzling cartwheels, chortling to itself and muttering killer-diller one-liners, ANANSI BOYS draws the reader, ever more wide-eyed and amazed, into a world both feather-light and chockablock with danger."--Peter Straub. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6121 Gaiman, Neil and Gene Wolfe A WALKING TOUR OF THE SHAMBLES: Little Walks for Sightseers #16
Woodstock: American Fantasy, 2009. 0961035269 Third printing. Slim trade paperback. Trade Paperback. Fine, as-new, in illustrated wraps. Cover art by Gahan Wilson. 
This lovely edition of A WALKING TOUR OF THE SHAMBLES sports a cover by Gahan Wilson, America's reigning King of Whimsical Terrors, plus interior illustrations of Shambles' locales by Randy Broecker and Earl Geier, two daring Chicagoans. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6122 Gaiman, Neil and Kramer, Ed, edited by THE SANDMAN BOOK OF DREAMS
(New York, New York): HarperTorch/HarperCollinsPublishers, (2002). 0380817705 Mass market paperback. Mass Market Paperback. Fine, a new book, in illustrated wraps. 
Collection of visions, wonders, horrors, hallucinations, and revelations from Clive Barker, Barbara Hambly, Tad Williams, Gene Wolfe, Nancy A. Collins and sixteen others, inspired by Gaiman's groundbreaking graphic novel. 
Price: 7.50 USD
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6123 Gaines, Ernest J. CATHERINE CARMIER
New York: Atheneum, 1964. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Upper front hinge starting, as usual, two spots of pale stain to the top edge, a thin band of fading to the upper and lower shelf edge, upper corner tips lightly bumped, else a very good copy; in a shelfworn illustrated dust jacket with short edge tears. 
Somewhat scarce first novel by the author of A LESSON BEFORE DYING and THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MISS JANE PITTMAN. "[Gaines's] best writing is marked by what Ralph Ellison, describing the blues, called near-tragic, near-comic lyricism."--Newsweek. 
Price: 400.00 USD
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6124 Gaines, Ernest J. A LESSON BEFORE DYING
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993. 0679414770 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very good: bound upside down, owner's name to endsheet, soiling and few stains to covers; in gray cloth shelfback over black boards; in a fine photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
"This majestic, moving, novel is an instant classic, a book that will be read, discussed and taught beyond the rest of our lives."--Chicago Tribune. Filmed in 1999 with Don Cheadle and Cicely Tyson. Inscribed and SIGNED by the author. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6125 Gaines, W. Craig THE CONFEDERATE CHEROKEES: John Drew's Regiment of Mounted Rifles
Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press, (1989). 080711488X Book of the Month Club edition. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Octavo. 178 pages; appendices, bibliography, and an index. Photos and maps. 
Gaines provides an absorbing account of the Cherokees' involvement in the early years of the Civil War, focusing in particular on the actions of one group, John Drew's Regiment of Mounted Rifles. A quality edition in cloth from the BOMC. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6126 Gainham, Sarah APPOINTMENT IN VIENNA
New York: E.P. Dutton, 1958. First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Short edge tear to the spine, light shelfwear to the edges, else a near fine copy in a very good plus dust jacket with wear to the edges, short edge tear to the front cover. 

Price: 25.00 USD
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6127 Gaither, Gant, written and illustrated by SALLY SEAL: The Unexpurgated Love Life of Her Imperial Highness The Grand Duchess of Cod-Sardinska
(New York): (Ivan Obolensky, Inc.), (1964).  B0007EKD7E First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Near fine with mild bumping to spine ends, in pictorial boards; in a price-clipped, very good plus dust jacket, showing some soiling and light age-toning, nicking at spine ends. Tall octavo. [60] pages. 
"A Children's Book for Adults Only" by the Broadway and film producer, playwright and designer, who is widely credited for discovering Grace Kelly. Inscribed, dated in the year of publication, and SIGNED by the author/illustrator. Gaither died in 2004. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6128 Gakov, Vladimir, edited by; translated from the Russian by Roger DeGaris WORLD'S SPRING
New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, Inc., (1981). 0025421808 Book club edition. Hardcover. Fine, in copper-lettered blue cloth shelfback over black boards; in a very mildly rubbed, very lightly edgeworn, nearly fine illustrated dust jacket. Jacket art by Richard Powers. 
Twenty-one prize-winning sf and fantasy stories from the Soviet Union, with introductions and commentaries by Gakov. This anthology won the Jules Verne prize when it was published in Sweden. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6129 Galbraith, John Kenneth THE AGE OF UNCERTAINTY
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1977. First edition. Hardcover. Near fine in a dust jacket showing shelf wear at the spine ends and at the corners. 
This witty book, which was turned into a 13 part miniseries on PBS, traces the ideas of economists and social philosophers (such as Marx, Lenin, and Keynes) which have shaped actions and events over the past 200 years. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6130 Gallagher, Bernice E. ILLINOIS WOMEN NOVELISTS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: An Analysis and Annotated Bibliography
Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, (1994). 0252020650 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, in lilac cloth with gilt lettering against a blue panel; no dust jacket, as issued. 206 pages, including notes. 
Studies a select group of novels written by Illinois women, published between 1854 and 1893, and exhibited in the American section of the Woman's Building Library at the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6131 Gallagher, Stephen DOWN RIVER
(Kent, England): New English Library, (1989). 0450491293 First edition. Hardcover. Pages mildly tanned, else near fine in blue cloth; in an illustrated dust jacket. 
SIGNED by the author to the title-page. From the British author of VALLEY OF LIGHTS comes this suspenseful tale of the murder of a cop that begins a string of deaths that seems to be leading straight to Nick Frazier. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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6132 Gallagher, Stephen DOWN RIVER
New York: Tor/A Tom Doherty Associates Book, (1990). 0312850069 First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Fine in an illustrated dust jacket. 
Johnny Mays is a plainclothes cop who is childish and vindictive, and when his car goes off a dam during a high speed chase, his partner thinks he is gone. Then people Johnny didn't like are dying and his partner is next. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6133 Gallagher, Stephen THE KINGDOM OF BONES
New York: Shaye Areheart Books, (2007). 030738280X First edition, first printing: Review copy, with publisher's materials laid in. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
'Wrongly accused of the slaughter of pauper children in the wake of the touring theater company he manages, former boxing champion, Tom Sayers is forced to disappear into a twilight world of music halls and traveling boxing booths.' 
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6134 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
London: Michael Joseph, (1951). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very good: mild splaying, owner's gift note to front endsheet, faint patch of stain to front cover; in a price-clipped, very good minus, age-darkened, edge-torn, edgeworn dust jacket with a tiny chip to upper front panel and a few dots of stain. 
"A story of a small boy in modern Assisi. He is an orphan and his love and livelihood are a donkey named Violetta. This donkey falls ill...and the boy takes the donkey into the church where the bones of St. Francis are buried."--John Betjeman. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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6135 Gallico, Paul LUDMILA: A Legend of Liechtenstein
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1959. B0007DKH8K Reprint. Hardcover. A hint of use, a whisper of tanning to the pages, else fine, in pale blue binding with pictorial device in teal and red to front cover, teal lettering to spine; in an age-darkened, else fine illustrated dust jacket. 
The tale of an uncomely cow whose desire to be beautiful and loved sparked a miracle in dimunitive Liechtenstein and gave rise to a local legend. Small octavo. 63 pages. Illustrations by Reisie Lonette. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6136 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
London: Michael Joseph, (1951). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Near fine, in blue boards with silver debossed illustration and lettering; in a near fine, age-darkened, and very mildly edgeworn dust jacket. Small octavo. [48] pages. 
"Wholly captivating tale...the simple unadorned story of a small boy and his donkey...a singularly lovely book."--Church Times. Drawings by Edgar Norfield. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6137 Gallico, Paul SCRUFFY
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1962. First U.S. edition, first printing: Review copy, with publisher's rubber-stamped notice to pastedown. Hardcover. Fine, in half-and-half red and tan cloth; in a very good plus dust jacket, lightly worn, mildly age-toned, with a short closed tear at head of spine panel. Jacket art by Ellen Raskin. 
Scruffy is the last of the Barbary apes on the Rock of Gibraltar and, according to legend, when the last of the apes dies or leaves Gibraltar, the British will disappear as well. The Secret Service set out to find a mate for Scruffy and save the Empire! 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6138 Gallico, Paul SCRUFFY
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1962. First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, in two-toned red and tan cloth; in an about near fine, age-toned, lightly worn illustrated dust jacket. Jacket art by Ellen Raskin. 
The last Barbary ape on the Rock of Gibraltar is malevolent and misanthropic and yet if he dies or leaves the island, legend has it that the British will soon depart as well. So, official U.K. forces are on a mission to find Scruffy a mate. 
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6139 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1952. 9997550994 Reprint of the U.S. edition. Illustrated by Reisie Lonette. Small octavo. [59] pages. Hardcover. Pages uniformly tanned, mild darkening to pastedowns, else fine, in full terra-cotta cloth with yellow spine lettering; in a near fine, lightly used, mildly age-darkened illustrated dust jacket. 
Tale of orphan Pepino and his donkey Violetta, originally appeared in Good Housekeeping Magazine as "Never Take No For an Answer" and filmed under the original title. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6140 Gallico, Paul THE STEADFAST MAN: A Life of St. Patrick
London: Michael Joseph, (1958). B0006D9Z6G First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Some minor fading at the edges of the mauve cloth covers, thus near fine; in a like, near fine dust jacket, with owner's inked name and date to front flap, age-darkening to spine panel, mild wear to extremities. Jacket design by Donald Green. 
The author of THE SNOW GOOSE and THE SMALL MIRACLE "takes his readers between and behind the lines of the scarce writings attributed to the Saint and, through story and legend, brings to life...Ireland's patron saint." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6141 Gallico, Paul LOVE, LET ME NOT HUNGER
London/Melbourne/Toronto: Heinemann, (1963). First edition. Hardcover. A few pale dots of foxing to the page edges, else a very nearly fine copy in green cloth with gilt titling against a red-orange spine panel; in a very nearly fine illustrated dust jacket that shows a hint of rubbing, a suggestion of age-toning. 
Offbeat saga of Sam Marvel's Marvel Circus, British troupers who try to change their luck by travelling to Spain, and encounter storms, red tape, and "a local Spanish grande dame who might have stepped from one of the canvases of Goya."--Basil Davenport. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6142 Gallico, Paul MATILDA
London: Heinemann, (1970). First edition. Hardcover. Upper spine end slightly bumped else fine in dust jacket. 

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6143 Gallico, Paul MATILDA
London: Heinemann, (1970). 0434280585 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine with mild offsetting to the endpapers; in a faintly rubbed, else fine dust jacket. 
Gallico's yarn of the eponymous boxing kangaroo who becomes World Champion. Source of a bizarre film adaptation with a very fakey-looking mechanical Matilda. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6144 Gallico, Paul MRS. 'ARRIS GOES TO MOSCOW
New York: Delacorte Press, (1974). 0440059054 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in gilt-lettered milk chocolate cloth over natural cloth; marbled endsheets; in an age-toned, else fine illustrated dust jacket. 
"The fourth Mrs. Harris book. This time, she wins a holiday to Moscow. Unfortunately, the KGB are convinced that she and her friend Mrs Butterworth are spies..."--Martin Benson. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6145 Gallico, Paul THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE
New York: Coward-McCann, Inc., (1969). 0698103033 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Tiny area of erasure fade to front free endsheet, else fine, in blue cloth with gilt lettering; in a lightly edgeworn, mildly age-toned, very good plus dust jacket, with some creasing to rear flap. 
Maritime disaster yarn, set aboard a luxury liner on its last voyage and centering on fifteen people trapped aboard as the vessel slowly sinks; filmed in 1972 with an all-star cast headed by Gene Hackman and Ernest Borgnine. Filmed again in 2005. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6146 Gallico, Paul MRS HARRIS GOES TO NEW YORK
London: Michael Joseph, (1960). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, in tan textured boards with gilt lettering and blue device to spine; in a very good minus dust jacket: price-clipped, age-darkened, foxed and spotted. 
Mrs. Harris heads for New York with her faithful friend, Mrs. Butterfield, and soon finds herself committed to finding the G.I. father of a maltreated waif. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6147 Gallico, Paul MRS HARRIS GOES TO NEW YORK
London: Michael Joseph, (1960). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, in tan textured boards with gilt lettering and blue device to spine; in a very good dust jacket, worn, age-darkened, nicked, soiled. 
"Mrs Harris is back! A little boy, whose father was a GI, is being ill-treated. So when she is asked to go to New York with one of her clients to keep house for her, she smuggles the lad with her to try to find his father."--Martin Benson. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6148 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
London: Michael Joseph, (1953). Sixth impression of the U.K. edition. Hardcover. Mild bumping to corner tips, else about fine, in gilt-lettered blue cloth shelfback over turquoise pictorial boards; in a very good plus, mildly age-toned, lightly edgeworn dust jacket with a few tiny nicks and very short closed edge tears 
This example of Gallico's small miracle of a book (originally published in Good Housekeeping Magazine as "Never Take No For an Answer") has been SIGNED by the author to the front free endsheet. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6149 Gallico, Paul TOO MANY GHOSTS
New York City: International Polygonics, Ltd., (1988). Book club edition. Hardcover. Fine, in a very good plus dust jacket that shows mild wear and faint age-toning and a short, creased tear to upper front panel. Jacket art by Quay. 
"Alexander Hero is a ghost-hunter. He specialises in exposing fraudulent ghosts and mediums. One day, he is asked to investigate a haunting in a castle, which taxes his ingenuity to the hilt."--Martin Benson. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6150 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1952. First U.S. edition, first printing. Illustrated by Reisie Lonette. Hardcover. Pages uniformly tanned, else fine, in full terra-cotta cloth with yellow spine lettering; in a near fine dust jacket which is age-darkened, especially to the spine panel. Small octavo. [59] pages. 
Italian orphan Pepino adores Violetta, his "dust-colored little donkey with the Mona Lisa smile." When Violetta falls ill, Pepino sets out for the Basilica of Saint Francis to ask the patron saint of animals to save his beloved friend. 
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6151 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
London: Michael Joseph, (1951). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in blue boards with silver debossed illustration and lettering; in a price-clipped, about near fine dust jacket, with a dot of stain and mild fading to spine panel, faint soiling at the folds. Small octavo. [48] pages. 
The adventures of a little Italian boy whose donkey falls sick and seems likely to die; the boy is sure that if only he could take his friend to the tomb of St. Francis, all would be well. Drawings by Edgar Norfield. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6152 Gallico, Paul MRS. 'ARRIS GOES TO NEW YORK
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1960. 9997512685 First U.S. edition, first printing. Gilt-stamped black shelfback over grey boards with illustration of Mrs. 'Harris stamped in purple; dust jacket. Hardcover. Hint of a separation at front inner hinge, inoffensive library rubber-stamp to front free endpaper, thus near fine; in a near fine, price-clipped, age-toned, lightly worn illustrated dust jacket. 
Gallico's series character journeys to the U.S. to reunite a child with his GI father. Drawings by Mircea Vasiliu. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6153 Gallico, Paul CORONATION
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1962. First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Faint offset foxing to endsheets, else fine, in gilt-lettered red cloth shelfback over black cloth covers; in an about near fine illustrated dust jacket, lightly worn, mildly age-toned, with a few tiny edge tears, a small patch of pale stain. 
"In 1952, a working-class family decide to give up their annual holiday, and instead go to London to see the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth. This is the story of the disasters and triumphs of the day...my favorite Gallico."--Martin Benson. 
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6154 Gallico, Paul THE HAND OF MARY CONSTABLE
London: Heinemann, (1964). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very faint foxing to upper page edges, and to endsheets, else fine, in black cloth with gilt lettering and rules against an orange-red spine panel; in an age-toned, very very lightly worn nearly fine dust jacket. Jacket art by Tom Adams. 
Alexander Hero, chief inspector for the UK Society of Psychical Research, is sent to NYC "where a scientist is convinced that he is in touch with his dead daughter through a medium" (Martin Benson). Filmed for TV in 1969 as DAUGHTER OF THE MIND. 
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6155 Gallico, Paul THE BOY WHO INVENTED BUBBLE GUM: An Odyssey of Innocence
New York: Delacorte Press, (1974). 0440017890 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very nearly fine, in blue cloth shelfback over off-white cloth; in an age-toned, otherwise fine pictorial dust jacket. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. 
"A young boy has a brilliant idea for a toy - a toy gun which shoots bubbles...to demonstrate to his father that it is worth doing, he gets on a bus and takes it to Washington to patent it."--Martin Benson. 
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6156 Gallico, Paul THE STEADFAST MAN: A Biography of Saint Patrick
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1958. Book club edition. Hardcover. Foxing to page edges and endsheets, thus very good; in a lightly worn, very good illustrated dust jacket with foxing to the folds and flaps. 
Gallico's portrait of the patron saint of Ireland and one of history's great missionaries. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6157 Gallico, Paul THE ZOO GANG
New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc., (1971). 9997410769 Second printing of the U.S. edition. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in celadon-green cloth with gilt spine-stamping; in a near fine, mildly rubbed illustrated dust jacket with a hint of fading to spine panel; wraparound artwork by Charles Geer. 
"Four longish self-contained stories, each with the same central characters. The Zoo Gang are a group of five ex-resistance fighters living in the South of France."--Martin Benson. Basis for a shortlived U.K. television series. 
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6158 Gallico, Paul; Flammenghi, Gioia, illustrator THE DAY JEAN-PIERRE JOINED THE CIRCUS
New York: Franklin Watts, Inc., (1969). First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Light thinning of cloth in three places to lower edge (possible production flaw), else near fine in green cloth with lettering in gilt; in a dust jacket with a faint hint of wear to extremities. Octavo. 
Another of Gallico's stories featuring the famous and slightly magic Guinea Pig, Jean-Pierre. In an earlier story he was pignapped, and in another he went all around the world by mistake. This time he gets to become a star in the world of entertainment. 
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6159 Gallico, Paul; Flammenghi, Gioia, illustrator THE DAY JEAN-PIERRE JOINED THE CIRCUS
New York: Franklin Watts, Inc., (1969). B0007H7C02 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Erasure scar and felt-pen markout to front endsheet, wear at edges of covers, thus very good plus, in full green cloth with gilt stamping; in a price-clipped, near fine dust jacket, with short tears at the folds, reinforced from the verso with cello-tape. 
In this entry in the whimsical series, Gallico's slightly magical guinea pig hero --who first appeared in THE DAY THE GUINEA PIG TALKED-- becomes a circus star. Distinguished by Flammenghi's vibrant artwork in b&w and color. 
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6160 Gallico, Paul; story adaptation by Edward Cunningham PAUL GALLICO'S THE SMALL MIRACLE: A Story of Faith and Love
(Kansas City, Missouri): Hallmark Crown Editions, (1973). 0875293506 First edition thus. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in tan, pictorial cloth with brown lettering and illustration; in an age-toned, else fine, as-new, color photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
Photo picturebook adapted from the Hallmark Hall of Fame television presentation starring Vittorio De Sica and Raf Vallone--in turn, adapted from Gallico's tale. Lavishly illustrated in color and black-and-white from photographs by Jack Jonathan. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6161 Gallison, Kate THE DEATH TAPE
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, (1987). 0316302996 First edition. Hardcover. Lower corner tips and base of the spine lightly bumped, else near fine, in dust jacket that shows very minor edge wear, a tiny closed edge tear to the front and rear panels, tiny interior scars and a small spot of missing lamenation to the front panel. 
The second novel from the author of UNBALANCED ACCOUNTS. Nick Magaracz is back investigating a murder tied to tax fraud and a falsified "death tape." 
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6162 Gallison, Kate HASTY RETREAT
(NY): Delacorte, (1997). First edition. Hardcover. Fine in dust jacket. 
Mother Lavinia Grey mystery. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6163 Galloway, David TAMSEN
San Diego/New York/London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, (1983). 0151879923 First edition. Hardcover. A trace of fading around the edges, else nearly fine in tan cloth over black boards with copper letters to the spine; in an illustrated dust jacket. 
"The story of the Donner Party is one of the most calamitous and troubling in the history of the American West. David Galloway brings imagination and a scholar's quest for detail to this re-creation of the tragedy."--Ivan Doig. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6164 Galsworthy, John SWAN SONG
London: William Heinemann Ltd., (1928). First edition, first state: page 44, line ten reads, ''Thn eobtained.'' Hardcover. Faint dampstain to the front cover, bookseller's sticker to rear pastedown, upper corner tips very lightly bumped and mild staining to the top page edges, else near fine; in an illustrated dust jacket that shows a nick and a light scratch to rear panel. 
The third book in the A Modern Comedy trilogy which also includes THE WHITE MONKEY and THE SILVER SPOON. This was the second trilogy in Galsworthy's monumental Forsyte Saga. Galsworthy won the 1932 Nobel Prize for literature. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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6165 Gangemi, Joseph INAMORATA
(New York): Viking, (2004). 0670032794 First edition: Uncorrected Proof. Proof. Fine in color illustrated wraps. 
"Gangemi combines a fetishistic attention to period detail with a truly wicked imagination to create a historical thriller on a par with THE ALIENIST."--Steven Katz. A debut novel set in 1920s Philadelphia. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6166 Gann, Ernest K. BLAZE OF NOON
New York: Henry Holt and Company, (1946). First edition. Hardcover. Light rubbing and shelf-wear, and a few faint stains to the fore-edge of the pages, else near fine; lacking the dust jacket. 
A novel about four brothers flying for the fledgling U.S. Air Mail service, filmed in 1947 starring Anne Baxter and William Holden. Gann was a movie producer, sailor, actor, pilot, and author of many bestsellers including THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6167 Gann, Ernest K. THE ANTAGONISTS
New York: Simon and Schuster, (1970). 671206680 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. A near fine copy in an age-toned dust jacket that shows a tiny closed edge tear, mild wear to the edges. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. 
"The author has taken one of the most heroic stories ever created by a people, that of the Masada, and not only brought it to life but given it contemporary significance. Surely Ernest Gann's best book..."--Irving Stone. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6168 Gann, Ernest K. THE MAGISTRATE
New York: Arbor House, (1982). 0877953392 Second printing. Hardcover. Fine, in a lightly age-toned dust jacket with one short closed edge tear to rear panel. 
Courtroom drama from the bestselling author of THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY and THE AVIATOR. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6169 Gann, Ernest K. THE TRIUMPH
New York: Simon & Schuster, (1986). 0671528297 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Minor crease to the front endpaper, remainder stamp to the lower page edges, else very good plus in purple cloth over black boards with gilt titles to the spine; in a near fine dust jacket with a mild fold to the rear panel. 
From the author of the acclaimed novel and film THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY comes this sequel to THE ANTAGONIST on which the television series THE MASADA was based. A tale of Jews, Christians, power, corruption and a battle for Rome's survival. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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6170 Gann, Ernest K. THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY
New York: William Sloane Associates, Inc., publishers, (c1953). 068801786X Vintage book club edition: issued by the Book-of-the-Month Club, with no price on the jacket flap and the telltale blindstamp dot to lower rear cover. Hardcover. Very nearly fine, just a hint of darkening to the upper edges, a mild bump to upper rear corner tip; in silver-stamped navy-blue cloth shelfback over grey-blue boards; in a near fine, lightly rubbed lightly edgeworn illustrated dust jacket. 
Terror in the sky! Gann adapted his bestselling novel into a hit movie starring John Wayne, directed by William Wellman, and highlighted by Diomitri Tiomkin's now classic theme. Scarce BOMC issue, in a very attractive example. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6171 Gannon Susan R. and Thompson, Ruth Anne MARY MAPES DODGE
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1992). First edition. Hardcover. Library stamps on the upper and lower pages edges, discard stamp on the rear endpaper, bar code label on the rear pastedown (no other library marks), otherwise about very good in a sturdy cloth binding without dust jacket. 
Contains an index and a chronology. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6172 Gannon, Jack JACK OF ALL TRADES AND MASTER OF ONE
No Place. The Arion Press, 1986. First edition, limited to 300 copies. 32mo. Hardcover. Fine in decorated boards; front cover is decorated with a Gannon woodcut from NEARER THE GRASS ROOTS. Slender, attractive tribute to the typographer/woodcut illustrator/pressman and poet who was a mainstay at the heralded Grabhorn Press. 
This engaging sampler of Gannon's typography, illustrations, poetry and letters is introduced by Oscar Lewis, with a biographical memoir by David Greenhood. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6173 Ganzl, Kurt GANZL'S BOOK OF THE BROADWAY MUSICAL: 75 Favorite Shows, from H.M.S. PINAFORE to SUNSET BOULEVARD
New York: Schirmer Books/An Imprint of Simon & Schuster Macmillan, (1995). 0028708326 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine; in a near fine, lightly rubbed dust jacket. Printed throughout on heavy coated stock. Quarto. 488 pages, lavishly illustrated in sepia tones with many rare photographs, some never before published. 
Full production information, casts, plot synopses, notes about each production. An appendix listing cast recordings on compact disc is followed by an index of names and song titles. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6174 Garbo, Norman MYS
New York: W.W. Norton, (1980). First edition. Hardcover. Fine copy in a near fine dust jacket with some faint rubbing to the front cover. 

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6175 Garbo, Norman GAYNOR'S PASSION
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1985. 0395360811 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Dot of stain to upper page edges, else fine, in gilt-lettered black cloth shelfback over ochre boards; in a near fine dust jacket, showing some mild age-toning and edgewear, and a tiny closed tear and corresponding crease to upper edge spine panel. 
"Highlights the ethical conduct between our sometimes inadequate laws and the new and ominous yearning for a return to vigilante justice. Garbo's clean, singing prose is used like a sharp machete."--William J. Coughlin. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6176 Garces, Francisco A RECORD OF TRAVELS IN ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA 1775-1776
(San Francisco): Published by John Howell--Books, 1965. B0007DTOGQ First edition of this translation. One of 1250 copies designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy. Hardcover. Fine in decorative cloth with gilt spine titles. Quarto. [117] pages. Appendices, glossary, references and an index. Illustrated with plates from color lithographs. Two folding maps. 
Padre Francisco Tomás Garcés (1738-1781), a Spanish Franciscan priest, was a missionary who explored much of the southwestern part of North America, including what is now Arizona and southern California. He was killed in a Yuma Indian uprising. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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6177 Garcia Lorca, Federico FIVE PLAYS: Comedies and Tragicomedies
(New York): A New Directions Book, (1963). First edition thus. Graham-Lujan and O'Connell, Richard L., translators. Hardcover. Previous owner's name to the front free endpaper and minor wear to the lower shelf edges, else near fine; in an age-toned dust jacket that shows a tiny closed edge tear to the upper rear panel. 
Introduction by the playwright's brother, Francisco Garcia Lorca. A collection of early semi-humorous plays by the writer of BLOOD WEDDING. Garcia Lorca was killed in 1936 by a group of Nationalist soldiers, an early victim of the Spanish Civil War. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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6178 Garcia Marquez, Gabriel IN EVIL HOUR
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, (1979). 0060114142 First U.S. edition: first English language appearance. Hardcover. Near fine in gilt-lettered blue cloth; in pictorial dust jacket with a hint of edgewear. 
Originally published in Spain as LA MALA HORA in 1968, this early novel is by the heralded author of ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE and NO ONE WRITES TO THE COLONEL AND OTHER STORIES. Translated by Gregory Rabassa. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6179 Garcia Marquez, Gabriel STRANGE PILGRIMS: Twelve Stories
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993. 0679425667 First U.S. edition, first printing. Translated from the Spanish by Edith Grossman. Hardcover. Fine, in purple cloth with gilt spine titling, reddish top-edge tint; in a fine, illustrated dust jacket. 
"The Nobel prize-winning author Garcia Marquez has collected a dozen of his stories about Latin Americans in Europe, most of which, although magical, end on an unsettling note."--Ann Irvine. 
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6180 Garcia, Christina THE AGUERO SISTERS
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1997. 0679450904 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
"Illuminates the troubled relationship between parents and children, between Cuba and the United States, and between secrets and lies, with a beautifully spun elegance."--Caryl Phillips. SIGNED by the author to the title-page. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6181 Garcia, Cristina MONKEY HUNTING
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003. 0375410562 First edition, first printing. Dated and SIGNED by the author to the title-page. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
Garcia explores the themes of assimilation and integration in this generations-spanning novel, in which characters become trapped in the prisons of Mao Zedong, the Vietnam War, and the contradictions of their own cultures. 
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6182 Garcia, Eric ANONYMOUS REX
New York: Villard Books, (2000). 0375503269 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, in red-foil stamped black shelfback over dinosaur green boards with blind-stamped author's initials and dinosaur tail device; in an illustrated dust jacket. 
The initial tail in the chronicles of Vincent Rubio, L.A. private eye and Velociraptor. "By turns hilarious and chilling, this is a terrific, joyful read."--T.C. Boyle. "An incredible idea, brilliantly executed."--Brad Meltzer. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6183 Garcia-Aguilera, Carolina BITTER SUGAR
(New York): William Morrow, (2001). 0380977818 First edition, first printing. SIGNED by the author. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
Cuban-born Lupe Solano is arguably the best private investigator in Miami--though her father would be much happier had she chosen a safer career. So Lupe is thrown a curve when her beloved "Papi" asks her for professional help. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6184 Garcia-Aguilera, Carolina BLOODY WATERS
New York: Putnam, (1996). 039914157X First edition. Hardcover. Fine copy in a fine dust jacket. 
A Lupe Solano mystery. The author's first mystery. "Cuban-born Lupe Solano is a bright and sassy P.I., and BLOODY WATERS provides an auspicious debut. Welcome to the neighborhood, Ms Solano." --Les Standiford 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6185 Garcia-Aguilera, Carolina A MIRACLE IN PARADISE: A Lupe Solano Mystery
(New York): Avon Twilight, (1999). 0380977796 First edition, first printing. SIGNED by the author. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
Fourth installment of Garc!a-Agu!lera's Miami-based series featuring Cuban-born private-eye Lupe Solano. "Lupe Solano is intelligent, witty, and eloquently hard-boiled. The realistic Miami descriptions radiate heat from the page."--Booklist. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6186 Garcia-Roza, Luiz Alfredo THE SILENCE OF THE RAIN
New York: Henry Holt and Company, (2002). 0805068899 First U.S. edition: Uncorrected Proof. Proof. Text block glued upside-down in wraps by the publisher, else fine in mint green printed wraps. 
"THE SILENCE OF THE RAIN is the kind of mystery that lingers in the mind long after you've finished reading. It's atmospheric, erotic, and intelligent. I'll be haunted by it for some time to come."--T. Jefferson Parker. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6187 Garcia-Roza, Luiz Alfredo SOUTHWESTERLY WIND
New York: Henry Holt and Company, (2004). 0805068910 First edition, first printing: Advance Reading Copy. Proof. Fine in color illustrated wraps. 
Originally published in Brazil as VENTO SUDOESTE. Translated into English by Benjamin Moser. The third Inspector Espinosa mystery "breathes fresh air into the crime novel genre"--Los Angeles Times. 
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6188 Gard, Robert E. & Sorden, L.G. WISCONSIN LORE: Antics and Anecdotes of Wisconsin People and Places
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, (1962). First edition: Review copy, with publisher's slip laid in. Hardcover. Extremely faint offsetting to the front endpapers, else very nearly fine; in an illustrated dust jacket with minor wear to the edges. Jacket painting by Aaron Bohrod. 368 pages, appendix of place names. 
A collection of folklore, including Native American legends, lumberjack tales, proverbs, and home remedies from the Badger State, which have been assembled with the assistance of historical societies from letters and interviews with Wisconsinites. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6189 Gardner, Erle Stanley THE CASE OF THE GILDED LILY
Roslyn, N.Y.: Walter J. Black, (1956). Reprint. Hardcover. Near fine in oatmeal tweed cloth; in a very good plus dust jacket that shows some shelfwear, creases, rubbing, and edge tears. 
Dedicated to Dr. Walter J.R. Camp Secretary of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Gardner praises his calm method of problem solving in his foreword. Perry Mason's client is a blackmailed tycoon whose secretary has failed as an amateur sleuth. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6190 Gardner, Erle Stanley THE CASE OF THE HOWLING DOG
New York: William Morrow and Company, (copyright 1934). First edition thus: a volume in the Collectors' Edition. Hardcover. Address label to pastedown, pages mildly age-toned--as expected, else fine, in gilt-lettered black shelfback over red boards blind embossed with ESG; in clear acetate dust jacket with title in white to front: near fine, mildly nicked, lightly rubbed. 
First serialized in LIBERTY, this fourth Perry Mason novel was the basis for the first Perry Mason film (1934), which was produced by Warner Bros., and featured Warren William (Mason) as a rather tough attorney with a definite eye for the ladies. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6191 Gardner, Erle Stanley THE CASE OF THE GLAMOROUS GHOST
New York: William Morrow & Company, (1955). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Reading copy: wear, spine slant, endsheets offset, inked out price to front free endsheet, ring stain to front cover; lacking dust jacket. 
The glamorous "ghost" claims she can't recall anything except eloping with a smooth-talking gambler... and a terrifying car crash. But a hidden cache of precious gems has another story to tell. 
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6192 Gardner, Erle Stanley THE CASE OF THE STUTTERING BISHOP
New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, (1936). Reprint. In red cloth with sea-foam green stylized lettering; in a photo-pictorial dus jacket. Hardcover. Near fine; in a very good minus dust jacket with nicking, age-darkening, edgewear, separation at front flap fold, a cigarette-burned interior chip to center of spine panel. 
Early Perry Mason mystery, in a nifty vintage reprint. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6193 Gardner, Erle Stanley THE CASE OF THE LAME CANARY
New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, (1937). Reprint. In red boards with black lettering and reversed lettering against black blocks; photo-pictorial dust jacket. Hardcover. Pages browned--as expected, chip to title-page, very light wear to extremities, thus near fine; in an about near fine, lightly rubbed, faded and age-toned dust jacket with a number of shallow nicks to edges. 
Perry Mason mystery originally serialized in The Saturday Evening Post May 29, 1937 to July 17, 1937. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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6194 Gardner, Erle Stanley HUBSCHRAUBER HOHLEN HINDERNISSSE: Flug ze den Geheimnisvollen Schluchten Kaliforniens
Berlin Frankfurt/M Wien: Verlag Ullstein, (1962). German language edition. Hardcover. Very mild bump to one corner tip, textblock lightly tanned, as expected, else very nearly fine, in orange cloth stamped in brown with map to front cover, titles to spine; in mildly edgeworn photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
German translation of Gardner's HOVERING OVER BAJA--the bestselling mystery author's account of his adventures coptering into remote Baja regions and exploring with the aid of Pak-Jaks, newly designed desert-terrain motorcycles. Illustrated with photos. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6195 Gardner, Erle Stanley THE CASE OF THE AMOROUS AUNT
New York: William Morrow and Company, (1963). First edition. Hardcover. Near fine with faint tape stains to the end papers, faint foxing to the top page edges; in an illustrated dust jacket that shows general light rubbing, and tape stains to the front and rear flaps. 
Late Perry Mason entry in which he goes up against a brash rural D.A. Dedicated to Dr. Manuel Merino Alcantera of Mexico for promoting international cooperation and standards in autopsy methods. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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6196 Gardner, Erle Stanley WHISPERING SANDS: Stories of Gold Fever and the Western Desert
New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1981. 0688004741 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, in an age-toned, else fine, dust jacket. Foreword by Charles G. Waugh and Martin H. Greenberg. 
Nine stories from the series of 21 tales that Gardner wrote for ARGOSY magazine between 1930 and 1954, each a contemporary western set in the deserts of the U.S. or Mexico, each concerns crime and gold, and all but two feature Bob Zane as the protagonist. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6197 Gardner, James Alan ASCENDING
(New York, New York): Eos/HarperCollins, (2001). 0739420925 First hardcover edition, issued by the Science Fiction Book Club. Jacket code, #39526. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Wraparound jacket art by Luis Royo. 
Oar, one of the last members of a race of glass humans discovered on the planet Melaquin, was last seen in Gardner's EXPENDABLE apparently dead after a fall from a 80-story building. But, it's four years later and she's very much alive! 
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6198 Gardner, James Alan RADIANT
(New York, N.Y.): EOS, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, (2004). 0060595264 First edition, first printing: Uncorrected Advance Proof. Proof. Fine in color illustrated wraps. 
In his sixth book the Nebula and Hugo Award-nominee introduces Admiral Festina Ramos and the Expendables--expertly trained and ultimately disposable scouts from the elite Explorer Corps. A military sf novel of adventure set on an alien planet. 
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6199 Gardner, James Alan COMMITMENT HOUR
(New York, New York): Avon/Eos, (1998). First hardcover edition: issued by the Science Fiction Book Club. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket with artwork by Stephen Hickman. Full-color poster laid in. 
In the 25th century, gifted musician Fullin, twenty years old and on the eve of Commitment, must choose a gender to commit to...or else face exile and possibly, death. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6200 Gardner, James Alan RADIANT
(New York, N.Y.): EOS, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, (2004). 0060595264 Book club edition. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Jacket illustration by Fred Gambino. 
In his sixth book the Nebula and Hugo Award-nominee introduces Admiral Festina Ramos and the Expendables--expertly trained and ultimately disposable scouts from the elite Explorer Corps. A military sf novel of adventure set on an alien planet. 
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