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1 (Hunter, Evan). McBain, Ed ANOTHER PART OF THE CITY
New York: The Mysterious Press, (1986). 0892961538 / 9780892961535 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
A non-series thriller as Ed McBain (aka Evan Hunter, Richard Marsten, Hunt Collins, Curt Cannon, and Ezra Hannon), who legally changed his name from Salvatore A. Lombino to Evan Hunter, and is best known for the 87th Precinct and Mathew Hope series. 
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2 Hunter, Evan & McBain, Ed CANDYLAND: A Novel in Two Parts
New York: Simon & Schuster, (2001). 0743213165 / 9780743213165 First edition: Review copy, with materials laid in. Hardcover. Very minor crimp to the lower spine end, else a near fine copy; in a fine dust jacket picturing a photo of the ''two authors'' on the rear panel. 
In a unique collaboration, the award-winning author of THE BLACKBOARD JUNGLE has combined two of his quite distinct voices--the grittier, more hardboiled style of works penned as by Ed McBain with those written as Evan Hunter. 
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3 Hunter, Evan PRIVILEGED CONVERSATION
New York: Warner, (1996). First edition: Advance Reading Copy. Proof. Near fine copy in wraps. 
Advance reading copy. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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4 Hunter, Evan STREETS OF GOLD
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, (1974). 0060120126 / 9780060120122 First edition. Hardcover. Fine in a fine photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
Hunter's credits include THE BLACKBOARD JUNGLE, A MATTER OF CONVICTION, and the screenplay for Hitchcock's THE BIRDS. This novel explores the idea of the "American Dream" through the life of a blind jazz pianist born in 1926 in New York's East Harlem. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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5 Hunter, Evan THE MOMENT SHE WAS GONE
New York: Simon & Schuster, (2002). 074323748X / 9780743237482 First edition: Uncorrected Proof. Proof. Fine in bright yellow wraps. 
Evan Hunter, whose birth name is Salvatore Lombino, has written numerous bestsellers under a variety of noms de plume including over twenty police procedurals under the name Ed McBain. This novel tracks a woman's slow descent into schizophrenia. 
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6 Hunter, Evan THE MOMENT SHE WAS GONE
(London): Orion, (2002). 0752857118 / 9780752857114 First U.K. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in green boards with silver spine titles; in a fine, as-new, photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
A woman's descent into schizophrenia. "Annie's increasing mental deterioration, like her family's implacable denial, is brilliantly depicted, and drives the narrative to its heavily foreshadowed but still shocking conclusion."-J. Adams. 
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7 Hunter, Evan THE REMARKABLE HARRY
London/New York/Toronto: Abelard-Schuman, (1961). First edition. Hardcover. Cloth covers display some light soiling and mild splaying, else a very good copy in beige cloth with titles and embossed cover illustration in dark blue, yellow endpapers; lacking the dust jacket. Tall octavo. 
A charming picture book by the prolific novelist/mystery writer tells in rhyme the story of Harry Fenster with drawings in a crayon-style by the author's three boys. Introduction by Anita Hunter (wife/mother of the collaborators). A very rare book! 
Price: 200.00 USD
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