Abbey, Lynn and Robert Asprin.

Catwoman. New York: DC Comics & Warner Books, 1992. First hardcover edition. Publishers cloth over boards, very minor shelf wear, near fine. Illustrated dust jacket, very minor wear, near fine. In new protective mylar. At time of description we locate no other hardcover copies for sale, or for reference. Very rare. First hardcover edition, presumably BCE, no price on jacket. Rare.       DP27210   $30.00

Burroughs, Edgar Rice.

Beyond Thirty and Man-Eater. New York: Science-Fiction & Fantasy, Publications, 1957. First edition. Limited to 3000 copies. 229p. Publishers red cloth, very minor shelf wear, tiny bit of soiling to top of boards and text block, still near fine. Illustrated dust jacket, very minor shelf wear, slight soiling (not uncommon for a white jacket), near fine. An excellent copy in protective mylar.     Tarzan. Fantasy. Science fiction.       DP26017   $65.00

Burroughs, Edgar Rice.

The Tarzan Twins. Joilet: P.F. Volland Co., 1927. Scarce. Second edition, stated. 126, 2p. Publishers blue cloth over illustrated boards, minor shelf wear, rubbing at edges and corners, with minor loss, no real affect, spine ends lightened, overall still excellent. Old owners signature in pecnil to first blank, else text is clean and tight with bright colored illustrations, fine. Rare edition. At time of description we locate no copies of this edition, most are of later editions. In protective mylar. Second edition, stated. Scarce.    Tarzan. Adventure. Fantasy.       DP26024   $150.00

Brooks, Terry.

The Black Unicorn. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1987. First edition. Inscribed by author. 8vo. 286p. Publishers cloth title to spine. Illustrated dust jacket. Bookplate to first paste-down. Inscribed by author on title page “To Ken - Terry Brooks 4/91”, with previous owners stamp at lower corner (Ken Clark). A near fine copy.           Fantasy. Science fiction. Mythology. Unicorns. Dragons.         DP25209   $25.00

Christopher, John.

The Death Of Grass. London: Michael Joseph, 1956. First edition. 231p. Publishers black cloth, title to spine, still very bright, slight lean to spine, couple pages with very tiny flattened crease at corner, else near fine. Illustrated dust jacket with very minor shelf wear to edges, bit of rubbing at corners, small clean tear at top front cover, and minor loss at top of spine, price intact and unclipped, overall an excellent copy and scarce in this condition. “Christopher's most popular adult SF novel. It depicts the arrival and result of world famine from a blight on the worlds grass crops.... The postcatastrophe scenario is Christophers forte” [-Anatomy of Wonder].       Anatomy of Wonder (87) 3-92.  Pringle, Sci-Fi 100 Best: 21.

Science fiction. Apocalypse. Post-apocalypse.        DP26006   $175.00

Butcher, Jim.

Wizard by Trade. [Summer Knight & Death Masks]. [SIGNED COPY].New York: SFBC-NAL, 2006. Hardcover. Ominbus dition. Publishers cloth, minor bump to spine ends and front edge, still near fine, signed by author in blue ink to title page. Illustrated dust jacket, just about fine, In new protective mylar.

DP27319   $35.00

Budrys, Algis.

Michaelmas. New York: Berkley Publishing, 1977. First edition. 8vo. 253p. Publishers cloth, title to spine, fine. Illustrated dust jacket, fine. Fine/fine. In protective mylar.    Anatomy of Wonder (1987): 4-96. L.W. Curry: 77.     Science fiction. Science. Computers.        DP25313   $25.00

Barker, Clive.     David Mack, artist.
The Scarlet Gospels. UK: MacMillan, 2015. First Edition. Signed by author. With original sketch artwork by David Mack.
 8vo. Publishers red cloth, gilt title to spine. Illustrated dust jacket in protective mylar. This first UK edition (both UK and USA released at same time) has a much more attractive cover illustration than the US version, with an awesome Pinhead portrait illustration by David Mack. First blank has a custom, one of a kind, black paint sketch of Pinhead painted by David Mack in black ink and signed at the bottom. Barker has signed the title page. Includes promotional postcards and bookmarks from Clive Barker. First edition. Signed by author and artist, with sketch by Mack. Due to Barker’s illness at the time of publication, there was a limited number of editions signed by Barker, and even less with original artwork by David Mack. These books were exclusively available to fan club members of Clive Barker, through his personal website. David Mack is the New York Times best selling author and artist of the Kabuki graphic novels, and writer and artist for Daredevil from Marvel Comics. Mack created the art & concept designs for the #1 film Captain America The Winter Soldier. Mack is one of the only creators to be listed in both Top Ten Writers List, and Top Ten Artists List in Wizard Magazine. Mack has also illustrated numerous musical albums including artists Paul McCartney, Tori Amos, and Amanda Palmer. His original artwork is highly sought after and rare. The Scarlet Gospels is the long awaited sequel to Barker’s novella The Hellbound Heart and the extension of Barker’s character detective, Harry D’Amour.         Horror. Fantasy. Hellraiser. Pinhead. Cenobites. Hell. Barker. David Mack. Comics. Graphic novels.         DP25507   $325.00

Barker, Clive.

Damnation Game. Signed Copy. New York: Ace/Putnam, 1987. First US edition. Hardcover. 379p. Publishers quarter cloth over boards, gilt title to spine. Pictorial dust jacket. Signed in gold ink on first end paper. A fine/fine copy. In protective mylar.     Horror. Hellraiser. Occult. Magic. Cenobites.      DP25566   $75.00

Bond, Nelson.

Lancelot Biggs. Spaceman. New York: Doubleday, 1951. First edition. 224p. Publishers blue cloth, minor rubbing to spine ends and corners, tiny ink name at top of first blank, text block toned, else excellent. Illustrated dust jacket, minor shelf wear, rubbing to corners, bit of wear at corners and edges, tiny bit of loss at head of spine and edge, inside flap corners with just a little clipping, price still intact, overall still an excellent copy in protective mylar. A scarce book. 

Science fiction. Humor. Amazing Stories. Weird Tales.          DP25891   $30.00

Crichton, Michael.

Congo. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1980. First edition, stated first trade. 8vo. 348p. Publishers cloth, gilt title to spine, minor foxing spots at top text block, else fine. Illustrated dust jacket, slight soiling, per norm, else fine. In protective mylar.     Adventure. Thriller. Suspense.       DP25305   $65.00

Cooper, William.

Disquiet and Peace. London: Macmillan, 1956. First edition. 323p. Publishers red cloth, title to spine, spine ends with minor bump, text block with some foxing, a near fine copy. Illustrated dust jacket, very minor shelf wear, tiny bit of loss at head of spine, toning to top of inside flaps, still about near fine. In protective mylar.    Fiction. Romance. Marriage.       DP26012   $40.00

Conklin, Groff & Lucy, ed.

[Bradbury, Dunsany, Bierce, et al].

The Supernatural Reader. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1953. First edition. Publishers green cloth, title to spine, minor edge wear, few dings, text crisp and clean, still very good plus. Illustrated dust jacket, some edge wear/minor chipping, minor tears at back flap fold, overall still very good plus and presents excellent in new protective mylar. Scarce book of early horror and supernatural. Anthology of early horror short stories previously published in various magazines. Contains the first book edition of Ray Bradburys The Tombling Day.       DP26971   $30.00

Bradley, Marion Zimmer.

The Catch Trap. New York: Ballantine, 1979. First edition. 8vo. 589p. Publishers quarter cloth, gilt title to spine, fine. Dust jacket with text in red, fine. Inscribed by author on title page “For Anne Wilson, Marion Zimmer Bradley”. Fine/fine. In protective mylar.          Fantasy. Circus. Trapeze.

DP25314   $50.00

Breen, Walter [Marion Zimmer Bradley].

The Darkover Concordance. Berkeley: Pennyfarthing, 1979. First edition. One of 300 copies. 163p. Publishers yellow and blue illustrated cloth, very minor shelf wear, hint of rubbing at edges, still near fine. In protective mylar. No jacket, as issued.   Darkover. Fantasy. Science fiction.      DP26057   $45.00

Cross, John Keir.

Blackadder. A Tale of the Days of Nelson... London: Muller, 1950. First edition. Scarce in good condition. 215p. Publishers orange cloth, very minor shelf wear, bump to bottom of spine, tiny bit of soiling at head of spine, trace of pencil note to top of first blank, minor toning to text block, still excellent and about near fine. Illustrated dust jacket, very minor shelf wear, some soiling, back cover front corner with minor loss, overall still excellent. In protective mylar.     Adventure. Youth adult fiction.       DP26005   $50.00

Cherryh, C.J.

Cyteen. New York: Warner, 1988. First edition. 680p. Publishers cloth over boards, some minor rubbing to spine and minor soiling to boards, otherwise still excellent. Illustrated dust jacket, minor toning else near fine. In protective mylar.    Science Fiction. Genetics.      DP26141   $35.00

Bodley, R.V.C.
The Messenger: The Life of Mohammed. Author Inscribed Copy. New York: Doubleday & Co., 1946. 
​First edition. Hardcover. Publishers cloth, title gilt to spine, minor shelf wear, bump to spine ends, some foxing spots at top edge of text block, no affect to pages, overall still in excellent condition. Author inscription to first blank “To - Julian Johnson - with my appreciation of his kind appreciation of my writings about Arabs - Ronnie Bodley 1946”. Illustrated dust jacket, minor shelf wear, some soiling, very minor chipping at head of spine and corners, inside flaps with minor corner cuts, price still intact, overall better than very good and presents very well in new protective mylar. First edition. Bodley (1892-1970), screenwriter and novelist, British Army officer and world traveler. Julian Johnson (inscription) was the chief story editor for Fox Studios in the 1920s-1930s.       DP26634   $100.00  Mohammed. Religion. Arabs. Islam. Muslim.  

Butler, Jeremy. Stuart Kaminsky. [Phil Parks, illus].

Ghosts of Hollywood. [Limited edition signed by all]. ASAP, 2002. Hardcover. First edition. Limited edition of only 50 copies, ours numbered 23. Publishers black cloth, white text to cover and b&w illustration on front board. A fine copy signed by all four contributors.       DP27255   $40.00


Bear, Greg.

Star Wars: Rogue Planet. [Signed copy]. New York: Del Rey-Lucas Books, 2000. First edition. Publishers cloth over boards, title to spine, very minor shelf wear, bit of bump to spine ends, still near fine, and about as new, signed and dated by author on the title page. Pictorial dust jacket, near fine, in new protective mylar. Scarce book, signed.       Star Wars. Science fiction. Fantasy. George Lucas. Movies. Film. Darth Vader. Luke Skywalker. Han Solo. Jedi.     DP26178   $30.00

Brooks, Terry.

Magic Kingdom For Sale. New York: Del Rey, 1986. First edition. 8vo. 324p. Publishers quarter cloth, title to spine, bookplate to inside cover, embossed blind-stamp of previous owner at bottom of title page, else fine. Inscribed by author “To Ken, Terry Brooks, 4/91”. Illustrated dust jacket, fine. Near fine/fine. In protective mylar. Book one in the Landover Saga and the authors first non-Shannara novel.    Fantasy. Magic. Dragons. Shannara.         DP25277   $40.00

Ballard, J. G.

The Unlimited Dream Company. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1979. First edition. 8vo. 238p. Publishers quarter cloth, title in gilt to spine, tiny ding at top edge, else fine. Illustrated dust jacket, fine. In protective mylar.             Barron Fantasy: 4A-16. Pringle Hundred Best Fantasy: 68.      

Science fiction. Fantasy. Thriller. Supernatural.            DP25303   $50.00

Carpenter, Humphrey.

J.R.R. Tolkien a Biography. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977. First edition. 8vo. 287p. Publishers gilted cloth, fine. Pictorial dust jacket, minor rubbing and small clean tear to bottom of back cover, near fine. Overall, a nice copy. In protective mylar. Illustrated with b& w photos.   

Tolkien. Biography. Lord of the Rings.        DP25304   $40.00

Brooks, Terry.

The Druid of Shannara. New York: Del Rey, 1991. First edition. 8vo. 423p. Publishers cloth, gilt title to spine, fine. Illustrated dust jacket, fine. Inscribed by author on title page “To Ken, Terry Brooks 4/91”. In protective mylar. Book two of The Heritage of Shannara.     Fantasy. Shannara. Magic.        DP25297   $40.00

Asimov, Isaac.

Asimov's Guide to Halley's Comet. New York: Walker & Co., 1985. First edition. 118p. Publishers blue cloth, silver gilt title to spine, a trace of pencil note to first blank, else fine. Illustrated dust jacket, minor sunning, near fine. Scarce true first from Walker and Company, also scarce with jacket. In protective mylar. 

Science. Halleys Comet. Space. Comets. Stars.       DP25754   $25.00

Abrahams, Peter.

The Fan. [Signed copy]. New York: Warner Brothers, 1995. First edition. Hardcover. Publishers cloth over boards, minor bump to spine ends, still about near fine, appears unread, signed by author in black ink to title page. Pictorial dust jacket, near fine, in new protective mylar. Basis for the 1996 film directed by Tony Scott and starring Wesley Snipes and Robert De Niro.      DP27249   $30.00

Collins, Nancy.

Sunglasses After Dark. London: Kinnell, 1990. First hardcover edition. First UK edition. 8vo. 253p. Publishers black boards, gilt title to spine. Illustrated dust jacket by Les Edwards. A fine copy in fine jacket. Winner of the 1990 Bram Stoker Award for best first novel. 

Horror. Vampires. Fantasy. Monsters. Erotica.          DP25212   $40.00

Bishop, John Peale.
Act of Darkness. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1935. 
​​First edition. Hardcover. Publishers black and red cloth, title to cover and spine, very minor shelf wear, bit of light rubbing, spine ends with minor bit of bump, some toning to edges, as usual, book still about near fine, an excellent copy. Illustrated dust jacket with minor shelf wear to edges, a bit of minor loss at top of spine, but blends in well with red and black of binding, inside front flap with flattened crease, no real affect, not price-clipped with 2.50 price at top, overall better than very good and presents very nice in a new protective mylar. A scarce book, more so with its jacket. First edition. With Scribners “A” on copyright page. Bishop (1892-1944), American poet and writer. Act of Darkness was his only novel. The book was based on the true story of the rape of a prominent Charles Town social figure by a local Charles Town man (Bishop was born in Charles Town, West Virginia). The book caused a scandal in the town when it was published. Bishop was a good friend to F. Scott Fitzgerald, he was the model for the character Thomas Parke D’Invilliers in Fitzgerald’s first novel, This Side of Paradise.

DP26632   $150.00

Anderson, Poul.

Perish by the Sword. New York: Macmillan, 1959. First edition, second printing, stated. Hardcover. Publishers red cloth, white text to cover and spine, minor shelf wear, minor toning, still about near fine. Illustrated dust jacket, very minor shelf wear, bit of rubbing at bottom of spine and to back cover, but still excellent and about near fine, in new protective mylar.       DP27261   $40.00

Barker, Clive.     David Mack, artist.

The Scarlet Gospels. UK: MacMillan, 2015. First Edition. Signed by author. With original sketch artwork by David Mack. 8vo. Publishers red cloth, gilt title to spine. Illustrated dust jacket in protective mylar. This first UK edition (both UK and USA released at same time) has a much more attractive cover illustration than the US version, with an awesome moon-lit Pinhead illustration by David Mack. First blank has a custom, one of a kind, black paint sketch of Pinhead painted by David Mack in black ink and signed at the bottom. Barker has signed the title page. Includes promotional postcards and bookmarks from Clive Barker. First edition. Signed by author and artist, with sketch by Mack. Due to Barker’s illness at the time of publication, there was a limited number of editions signed by Barker, and even less with original artwork by David Mack. These books were exclusively available to fan club members of Clive Barker, through his personal website. David Mack is the New York Times best selling author and artist of the Kabuki graphic novels, and writer and artist for Daredevil from Marvel Comics. Mack created the art & concept designs for the #1 film Captain America The Winter Soldier. Mack is one of the only creators to be listed in both Top Ten Writers List, and Top Ten Artists List in Wizard Magazine. Mack has also illustrated numerous musical albums including artists Paul McCartney, Tori Amos, and Amanda Palmer. His original artwork is highly sought after and rare. The Scarlet Gospels is the long awaited sequel to Barker’s novella The Hellbound Heart and the extension of Barker’s character detective, Harry D’Amour.         Horror. Fantasy. Hellraiser. Pinhead. Cenobites. Hell. Barker. David Mack. Comics. Graphic novels.         DP25161   $300.00

Clark, Simon.

Blood Crazy. Signed by Author. Baltimore: Cemetary Dance, 2001. First Edition. Limited to 1000 signed copies. 8vo. 453p. Publishers cloth gilt title to spine. Illustrated dust jacket. Signed on title page by author in blue ink. Fine/Fine. “It’s Saturday. Going shopping? For a meal? To the movies? Everything nice and normal, right? By Sunday, civilization is in ruins. Adults have become murderously insane - literally. They’re infected with a crazed unctrollable urge to kill the young. Including their own children. This is the way the world ends...” [-Book blurb].

Horror. Occult. Autographs. Blood. Zombies. Vampires. Apocalypse.        DP25058   $90.00

Campbell, Ramsey.

The Doll Who Ate His Mother. Signed by Author. London: Millington, 1977. First British Edition. 8vo. 209p. Publishers blue cloth, gilt title to spine. Text illustrated dust jacket. Fine/Fine. Inscribed and signed on first blank “for Bryan and Denny - Something to chew over - All the best from Ramsey 14/3/78.” In protective mylar. Campbell’s first novel. Number 16 of Nightmare Magazines Top 100 Horror Books.    

Horror. Occult. Superntaural.        DP25067   $60.00

Brite, Poppy Z.

Lost Souls. Signed With Hand Drawn Color Sketch. New York: Delacorte Press, 1992. First Edition. 8vo. 359p. Publishers quarter cloth. Pictorial dust jacket. Very minor edge tear at lower right corner of jacket, no affect, else book is fine. Full-page hand drawn and colored sketch, opposite title page. Illustrates a woman’s face, streaked hair, green eyes and pink lip stick, with hand written quote: “If you drink enough of it, your eyes will turn bright green.” Initialed “PZB”. Also, author has signed the title page in black ink. In protective mylar. Brite’s first full length novel based upon Brite’s characters Steve and Ghost popularized in her previous short stories. “This book comes highly recommended by some of the best horror writers in the business, and deservedly so, but it is not for the weak of stomach. It is the story of a lost soul, a boy named Nothing, who was born of a vampire and is searching for his true family. But he dimly understands that joining his vampire brothers will cost him more of his humanity than he wants to give up. A mysterious, caring psychic named Ghost tries to save him from his fate and, because Nothing loves this man, he must choose to preserve his own humanity in order to save Ghost's life. The book is graphic in its presentation of kinky sex mixed with vampirism and murder but nonetheless compelling.” [- Marylaine Block, Library Journal].      Horror. Fantasy. Vampires. Music. Erotica. Gothic. Gay. Sex. Occult. Autographs.

DP25057   $250.00

Bloch, Robert.

Blood Runs Cold. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1961. First Edition. 8vo. 246p. Publishers white cloth, title to spine. Pictorial jacket. Small bookplate on first leaf “Edna & Donald M. Berlin”. Jacket with very minor shelf wear and edge tears at top, overall an excellent copy. In protective mylar. Collection of seventeen short stories from the author of Psycho.     Bleiler Supernatural: 211.     Crime. Mystery. Horror. Suspense.         

DP25060   $60.00

Bishop, Michael.

Who Made Stevie Crye? Signed by Author. Sauk City: Arkham House, 1984. First Edition.Reportedly 3591 copies printed. 8vo. 309p. Publishers black cloth, gilt title to spine. Illustrated dust jacket. Inscribed on title page “For Jim, All good wishes. MB”, also signed by author, “Michael Bishop”, underneath his printed name on title page. Fine/Fine. In protective mylar. Photographic illustrations by Jeffrey K. Potter (aka J.K. Potter}. Number 85 in Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels, Pringle, 1989. Listed in Jones/Newman: 100 Best Horror Books, 1988.

Arkham. Horror. Occult. Ghosts. Satanism. Devil. Possession.         DP25064   $45.00

Barker, Clive.

Coldheart Canyon. Advanced Reader’s Copy. Signed by Author. New York: Harper Collins, 2001. First Edition. ARC. Very rare.8vo. 681p. Publishers pictorial wraps (Barker portrait on cover). “Advanced Reader’s Edition” printed on back cover. Signed in black ink on title page. Minor rubbing at bottom, no affect, about fine. Excellent. “An irresistible and unmerciful picture of Hollywood and its demons, told with all the style and raw narrative power that has made Barker's books and films a phenomenon worldwide.” [-Book quote].    Horror. Fantasy. Hellraiser. Occult. Autographs. Plays. Film. Hollywood.        DP25050   $100.00

Barker, Clive.

Weaveworld. First Limited Edition Signed by Author. New York: Poseidon Press, 1987. First Edition. Limited to 500 copies, this copy being numbered 129. 8vo. 584p. Publishers cloth, gilt title to spine, top edges in silver gilt. With publishers unprinted dust wrapper and slipcase. Signed and numbered on first leaf in black ink. Fine. “Here is storytelling on a grand scale--the stuff of which a classic is made. Weaveworld begins with a rug--a wondrous, magnificent rug--into which a world has been woven. It is the world of the Seerkind, a people more ancient than man, who possesses raptures--the power to make magic. In the last century they were hunted down by an unspeakable horror known as the Scourge, and, threatened with annihilation, they worked their strongest raptures to weave themselves and their culture into a rug for safekeeping. Since then, the rug has been guarded by human caretakers. The last of the caretakers has just died... In the course of the novel the rug is unwoven, and we travel deep into the glorious raptures of the Weaveworld before we witness the final, cataclysmic struggle for its possession.” [-Clive Barker].    

Horror. Fantasy. Hellraiser. Occult. Autographs. Plays. Film.         DP25048   $150.00

Barker, Clive.

Abarat. Advanced Reading Copy. Signed by Author. New York: Harper Collins, 2002. First Edition. ARC. 8vo. 388p., xxv. Publishers illustrated paper wraps, illustrated in full color. Unlike the mass market book, this edition has black and white illustrations, rather than color, stating that the book will indeed be in color. Signed and dated on the title page in black ink “27th Oct. 2002”. Comes with additional five page pamphlet from the publisher, with color illustrations and information on the book Abarat, and Clive Barker. Near fine condition, with just minimal wear not uncommon with ARC copies. Fully illustrated. The first book in the Books of Abarat series. Based upon hundreds of paintings by Barker, Abarat focuses on Candy Quackenbush, a teenage girl frustrated with her life in Chickentown, Minnesota. She encounters the mystical thief John Mischief (who has multiple brothers living on the horns of his head) and together they summon a ride to a parallel world, Abarat. While there they come across the evil sorcerer Christopher Carrion. A Dark Parks favorite.        Fantasy. Horror. Abarat. Illustrated. Paintings. Art. Occult. Autographs.        DP25040   $80.00

Bloch, Robert.

The King of Terrors. Tales of Madness & Death by the author of Psycho. New York: The Mysterious Press, 1977. First Edition.

8vo. 202, [4]p. Publishers black cloth, gilt title to spine. Illustrated dust jacket. Fine/Fine. Limited edition of 1000 copies, unsigned. Includes the short story “The Real Bad Friend” (originally published in Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine in 1957), Bloch’s influence for his masterpiece “Psycho”.

Horror. Mystery. Fantasy. Serial killer. Psycho.                       DP25005   $50.00

Cooper, Basil.

From Evils Pillow. Sauk City: Arkham, 1973. First edition. Limited to 3500 copies. Publishers black cloth, gilt title to spine. Illustrated dust jacket. Fine/Fine. In protective mylar.     Arkham. Horror. Supernatural. Fantasy. Lovecraft. Demons.      DP25495   $30.00

Carroll, Lewis.
Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland; Through the Looking Glass; The Hunting of the Snark. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1925. 
​​Hardcover. 351p. Publishers cloth over decorative red and white boards, paper title label at head of spine, minor shelf wear with bit of rubbing at edges and some light soiling, more so to label, tiny bookseller stamp at bottom of inside back board, light dampstain to lower inner margin, not much affect, p109/110 with minor tear to outer margin, no affect, overall book is still about excellent and priced to go. Illustrated by John Tenniel.         DP26639   $40.00

Burroughs, Edgar Rice.

Tarzan and The Lost Empire. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929 [c1931]. 313p. Publishers red cloth, black text to cover and spine, minor shelf wear, bit of soiling to boards, old owners signature to first blank, with tiny chip at corner, no affect, a nice copy. Illustrated dust jacket, with minor shelf wear, rubbing to edges and corners, very minor chipping to spine ends, first inside flap corners clipped, overall still very good plus. In protective mylar. Chance to own a classic at a very affordable price. Grosset early edition (1931?) with G&D on spine as well as on title page.    

Tarzan. Buroughs. Adventure. Jungle. Fantasy.         DP26015   $60.00

Barker, Clive.

Sacrament. Signed copy. New York: Harper Collins, 1996. First edition. 447p. Publishers cloth over boards, gilt title to spine and gilt signature to front board, minor shelf wear at edges of spine, else a fine, unread copy. Illustrated dust jacket, fine. Near fine/Fine. Signed by Barker on title page in black ink. In protective mylar.        Horror. Suspense. Fantasy. Thriller. Hellraiser.        DP25574   $45.00

Burroughs, Edgar Rice.

Tarzan o Terrivel [Tarzan the Terrible]. Rare Brazilian edition. Sao Paulo: Compania Editora Nacional, 1947. Illustrated softcover, with minor shelf wear, some rubbing at edges but overall very nice. Small bookseller? sticker to first blank. Book is uncut, so text leaves are fine, other than some age toning. Rare copy. In protective mylar.     Tarzan. Fantasy. Adventure.       DP26021   $45.00

Bradley, Marion Zimmer.

The Maenads. Portland: Garvin & Levin, 1978. First edition. 8vo. Publishers paper wrappers, eight pages total, four page poem. Signed by author on title page. Ghosting of a previous ring mylar (?) on back cover (see photo), else fine. First edition. Limited to 75 copies, signed.         DP25320   $35.00

Aldiss, Brian W.

Greybeard. London: Faber & Faber, 1964. First edition. First UK edition. 237p. Publishers cloth, slight soiling to boards, little bit of foxing, spine slightly cocked. Illustrated dust jacket, minor rubbing to edges and top of spine, inside flaps with minor foxing at top. Overall, still an excellent copy. In protective mylar. Included in David Pringle’s Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels (1985).    Science fiction. Apocalypse.      DP25795   $75.00

Barker, Clive.

The Adventures of Mr. Maximillan Bachus and His Traveling Circus. Signed with Sketch of Clown. Anaheim: Bad Moon Books, 2009. 117p. Large softcover. Publishers illustrated gloss paper wraps, softcover. Signed by Barker with large sketch in black ink of a a clown with wings, perhaps the character Domingo de Ybarrondo in the book. A fine copy. A wonderful tale written by young Barker in 1974 and never released until now. A circus of fantasy and imagination done only the way Mr. Barker can do it. With full-page illustrations by Richard Kirk and an afterword by David Niall Wilson.

DP25500   $175.00

Barker, Clive.

Books of Blood. Volumes I and II. [Inscribed by author]. London: Sphere Books, 1984. First edition. Publishers cloth, gilt title. Pictorial dust jacket. A near fine copy (some toning to outer edges, not uncommon with this book) in a fine dust jacket. Inscribed on first free endpaper “To Vern, with bloodiest best wishes, Clive, 8th August 1984.” Rare copy with signature the year of printing. In protective mylar. First edition. First combined, and hardcover edition. Reportedly, one of only 1500 copies printed. First two of six Books of Blood, this is a rare edition and the start to Barker’s career. It was in 1984 that Barkers first published Books of Blood became an overnight success with Stephen King stating Barker was “the future of horror”. In our particular book Ramsey Campbell writes the Introduction and states on the cover “Clive Barker is the most important new writer of horror since Peter Straub”.          DP25041

Capon, Paul.

The End of The Tunnel [The Cave of Cornelius]. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1959. First edition. Very rare. 240p. Publishers cloth, spine ends bumped, short ink line to top of first blank as well as hint of pencil note, text block slightly toned, else excellent. Illustrated dust jacket, minor shelf wear edges and corners, flat crease to bottom front cover, minor loss at head of spine, cover faded, still excellent in protective mylar. At time of description we locate no other copies of this edition (the first edition) for sale. “Most of Capon’s sf was for children... Most notable perhaps The Cave of Cornelius (1959; vt The End of the Tunnel 1959), in which four children find a Roman Lost World located underground, whose inhabitants are discovered in the midst of Saturnalia...” [-Encyclopedia of Sci-Fi).      Fantasy. Adventure. Science fiction. Lost world. Youth adult fiction.          DP25823   $225.00

Crawford, F. Marion.

In The Palace Of The King. Photoplay Edition. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1900 [c1923]. First photoplay edition. 367p. Publishers green cloth, title in black to cover and spine, text block with some foxing, minor bump to spine ends, still about near fine. Illustrated dust jacket, very minor shelf wear, bit of rubbing at spine ends and corners, slightly soiled, price-clipped corners, else about near fine. A very nice copy of a scarce book. In protective mylar. With photoplay illustrations from the 1923 film.     Romance. Film. Spain. Madrid. Adventure.    DP26013   $85.00

Allingham, Margery.

The China Governess. New York: Doubleday, 1962. First edition. 282p. Publishers red cloth, very minor shelf wear, spine with very slight lean, back corner minor bump, text block with bit of toning/soiling, overall still excellent. Illustrated dust jacket, very minor shelf wear to edges, some light soiling (as usual with white jacket), small clean tear at top of back cover, minor tear at top of spine, still overall close to near fine and a very scarce first edition, first US (most copies existing are the later UK first). In protective mylar. Scarce, trued first edition, US edition.      Mystery. Thriller. Crime.          DP25976   $35.00

Buechner, Frederick.

A Long Days Dying. Chatto & Windus, 1951. First edition, second impression, stated. First UK edition. 245p. Publishers cloth, tiny bit of bump to spine ends, minor ghost strip to first blank from dj, a near fine copy. Dust jacket, tiny bit of shelf wear/rubbing at edges, near fine. A scarce copy in this condition. In protective mylar. Overall, near fine. Authors first novel.      Romance. Fiction. Literature.      DP25995   $45.00

Burroughs, Edgar Rice.

Tarzan The Invincible. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1931 [1933]. First Grosset edition. 318p. Publishers red cloth with black text to cover and spine, very minor shelf wear, tiny bumps at corners, an excellent copy, old owners gift inscription in ink to first paste-down and dated 1933, some minor spotting to text block at last few leaves, no affect, overall very nice copy. Illustrated dust jacket, minor shelf wear, some rubbing and minor chipping at edges, and spine ends, clean tear at top of back cover, not much affect, overall still very good plus. A rare chance to own the first G&D edition for an affordable price. In protective mylar. First Grosset edition, with 33 ERB titles on last page, inscription dated 1933, as well.   Tarzan. Fantasy. Adventure.

DP26023   $95.00

Barker, Clive.

Coldheart Canyon. Signed copy. New York: harper Collins, 2001. First edition. 676p. Publishers cloth over boards, lower spine slightly bumped, else a fine copy. Pictorial dust jacket with some rubbing and use, tiny nick at front top cover, else still very nice. Signed by author in black ink on title page. In protective mylar.                Horror. Suspense. Thriller. Hollywood. Ghosts. Hellraiser.         DP25573   $35.00

Barker, Clive.
The Adventures of Mr. Maximillan Bachus and His Traveling Circus. Signed with Sketch of Clown. Anaheim: Bad Moon Books, 2009.
 117p. Large softcover. Publishers illustrated gloss paper wraps, softcover. Signed by Barker with large sketch in black ink of a a clown with wings, perhaps the character Domingo de Ybarrondo in the book. A fine copy. A wonderful tale written by young Barker in 1974 and never released until now. A circus of fantasy and imagination done only the way Mr. Barker can do it. With full-page illustrations by Richard Kirk and an afterword by David Niall Wilson.
DP25500   $175.00

Chalmers, Stephen.
The Hermit Thrush. Selected Poems by Stephen Chalmers. Author Inscribed with Signed Photo. New York: Joseph Lawren, 1927. 
First edition. Hardcover. 53p. Publishers boards, paper label to cover, minor shelf wear with some rubbing and light browning, inscribed on first blank “To Anna S. Lea, with a poets best wishes for her future - Stephen Chalmers 1927”. also enclosed a small sepia photograph signed by Chalmers. Title with ghost paper-clip mark at top edge. Scarce book, priced very affordable. First edition. Chalmers (1880-1935), writer born in Scotland that lived in California, author of many books, two of which were made into film, Partners of Fate (1921) and Looking for Trouble (1926).      DP26613   $65.00        Poems. Poetry. Literature.  

Anthony, Piers.

Race Against Time. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1973. First edition. 8vo. 179p. Publishers cloth, with minor toning at edges. Illustrated jacket with very minor shelf wear at outer edges, clean crease to inside flap. Overall, excellent condition for a very rare book.          Science fiction. Fantasy. Space.         DP25190   $75.00

Barker, Clive.

Galilee. Signed copy. New York: Harper Collins, 1998. First edition. 582p. Publishers cloth over boards, minor shelf wear at edges, text-block toned, tiny clean cut at top of p.391-406, no true affect, Illustrated dust jacket, fine. Signed in black ink on title page. Overall a very nice copy for an affordable price. In protective mylar.        Horror. Suspense. Thriller. Fantasy. Hellraiser.        DP25575   $30.00

Barker, Clive.

Incarnations: Three Plays. Signed Copy. New York: Harper, 1995. First edition. Hardcover. 366p. Publishers cloth over boards, gilt signature on front board, and title to spine. Pictorial dust jacket. Fine/Fine. Signed by Barker on the title page in black ink. In protective mylar. First edition. Contains: Colossus, Frankenstein in Love, and The History of the Devil.      Horror. Plays. Dramas. Theater. Fantasy. Hellraiser. Art. Goya. Frankenstein. Devil. Occult.        DP25569   $50.00



Cummings, Ray.

The Shadow Girl. London: Gerald G. Swan, 1946. First edition. 8vo. 186p. Publishers cloth, gilt title to spine, minor soiling to edges, tiny bumps to corners, else fine. Illustrated dust jacket, minor soiling to back cover, else fine. Overall, a near fine copy. In protective mylar.

Anatomy of Wonder (1987): 2-24. L.W. Curry: 128.     Time travel. Fantasy. Science fiction.         DP25310   $50.00

Adlington, Richard.

Rejected Guest. London: Heinemann, 1939. First edition. 350p. Publishers blue cloth, gilt title to spine, minor shelf wear/rubbing to edges, slight lean, outer text block a bit toned, slight soil, else still excellent. Dust jacket with minor shelf wear, front corner with little loss, minor clean tear at top cover, some rubbing at corners and edges, overall still excellent and very nice in its protective mylar. Scarce in any condition.     Fiction. Poets.      DP25918   $50.00

Dark Parks Books & Collectibles

Benson, Raymond.

The James Bond Bedside Companion. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1984. First edition. Review Copy. 256p. Publishers red cloth, gilt title to spine, with dust jacket. A near fine copy with very minor shelf wear. Review copy before publication, with review slip from publisher. In protective mylar.    

James Bond. Ian Fleming. Spy. Crim. Detective. Mystery.       DP26195   $25.00

Adlington, Richard.

Death Of A Hero. London: Chatto & Windus, 1929. First edition. 440p. Publishers black cloth, title gilt to spine, very minor shelf wear, with some minor bumps to corners, spine ends, outer text block toned, else about near fine. In protective mylar. At time of description we locate no other copies for sale of this edition. Authors first novel. Interesting to note that Adlington had publishers include a disclaimer in the original printing of the book (this one) to warn readers of the extensive censorship going on in England at the time. His original work included profanity, sexuality and graphic descriptions of the war which he considered true to life.       War. Adventure. Mystery. Thriller. Suspense. World War I. Banned books. Censorship. Military.        DP25922   $50.00