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1 Evans, E. Everett FOOD FOR DEMONS
North Hollywood, California: Fantasy House, 1974. First edition thus. Chapbook. Fine in color-illustrated stapled wraps. Oblong chapbook. Number Two in Ken Kreuger's Fantasy Reader series. 72pp. Nifty cover painting of a horned blue fiend at supper by John Pound, interior b&w illustrations by H.M. Eichner. 
Five macabre tales of vampires, Martians, and ghouls, originally published in Mexico in Spanish as LOS CUENTOS FANTASTICA, here issued with brief encomiums by a group of Evans' friends and colleagues, including Ray Bradbury, A.E. van Vogt, and E.E. Smith. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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2 Evans, E. Everett MAN OF MANY MINDS
Reading, Pennsylvania: Fantasy Press, (1953). B0007E72PK First edition, first printing. Variant, unrecorded binding: red boards with black spine lettering. Hardcover. Glue reaction darkening to endsheets, pages mildly age-toned, tiny area of damp-fading to spine crown, thus near fine; in an about near fine dust jacket: rubbing, nicking, edgewear, a few edge tears, crease to front flap. 
"Mind-reading secret agent; very readable, well done."--Owings and Chalker. Introduction by Edward E. "Doc" Smith. 
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