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1 Brackett, Leigh MARTIAN QUEST: The Early Brackett
Royal Oak, Michigan: Haffner Press, 2002. 1893887111 / 9781893887114 First edition, first printing: One of 100 numbered copies, SIGNED by the author of the Introduction. Hardcover. Fine, a new book, in black cloth with gilt spine titling; in an illustrated dust jacket featuring artwork by Virgil Finlay. 478 pages, including acknowledgements. With an introduction by Michael Moorcock. Housed in the publisher's black cloth slipcase. 
Dandy collection of Brackett's twenty earliest stories--in Haffner's customary superb production. "Everything about her early stories...made them an ideal and fertile blend of traditional space opera and sword and sorcery."--John Clute. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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2 Brackett, Leigh MARTIAN QUEST: The Early Brackett
Royal Oak, Michigan: Haffner Press, 2002. 1893887111 / 9781893887114 First edition, first printing: One of a thousand trade editions issued. Hardcover. Fine, a new book, in black cloth with gilt spine titling; in an illustrated dust jacket featuring artwork by Virgil Finlay. 478 pages, including acknowledgements. With an introduction by Michael Moorcock. Unopened in the publisher's shrinkwrap! 
Dandy collection of Brackett's twenty earliest stories--in Haffner's customary superb production. "Everything about her early stories...made them an ideal and fertile blend of traditional space opera and sword and sorcery."--John Clute. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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3 Moore, C.L. SHAMBLEAU AND OTHERS
Shelton, Connecticut: The First Edition Library, (1981). Facsimile edition. In blue-green tweed-pattern paper-over boards; illustrated dust jacket with artwork by Ric Binkley. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket; housed in the publisher's fine slipcase. First Edition Library information card about the book, laid in. 
Moore's pulp heroes, Northwest Smith and Jirel of Joiry. "The Smith tales look and feel like classic space opera but cross the line into very dark horror; the Joiry tales are medieval-set weird tales with a [groundbreaking] heroine"--Chalker/Owings. 
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