Pelecanos, George P.
London: Serpent's Tail, 1993.
First Edition, a trade softcover original. New and unread. more
Burns, Charles; Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly (edited and designed by)
New York: Pantheon / Raw Book, 1988.
First Edition. Features Burn's iconic luchador private eye, El Borba, in the comic-strip stories "Robot Love," "Dead Meat," "Living in the Ice Age," "Bone Voyage," more
French, Joseph Lewis (editor); Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, Eile Gaboriau (contributors)
New York: Lincoln MacVeagh / The Dial Press, 1924.
First Edition. 16mo., sextodecimo. Copy belonging to Scofield Thayer, notable poet, publisher, and art collector, with his bookplate on the front pastedown. Thayer was publisher more
Daly, Carroll John
New York: Edward J. Clode, 1927.
First Edition. In the first state dust jacket, priced $2.00 and with a blurb for this title on the front flap and an advertisement for more
London: Orion, 1992.
First UK Edition, first issue, in correctly priced dust jacket (the hardcover edition of this title was issued both in priced and unpriced jackets). Near more
London: Arthur Barker, 1952.
First UK Edition. Very Good plus in a Very Good dust jacket. Some light soil to the boards. Jacket has a chip at the crown more
London: Arthur Barker, 1953.
First UK Edition. Fine in a Very Good plus jacket. Jacket has no loss, only some light fray at the crown and light wear at more
Crescent City, FL: New Athenaeum Press, 1967.
First Edition. Issued in green and gray wrapper variants (no priority), this being the gray variant. INSCRIBED and DATED in the year of publication by more
New York: Crown, 1971.
First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author in the year of publication: "To Lucy Casselman / Sincerely yours - I hope you enjoy it / Charles more
New York: Appleton-Century, 1947.
Octavo. First Edition. Fine in a lovely, Near Fine dust jacket. Jacket shows only the most minute rubbing at the extremities, and without a trace more
Cain, James M.
New York: Mason Charter, 1975.
First Edition. INSCRIBED by Cain in the year of publication on the half title page: "To Heather / Her Christmas present at last / In more
New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1959.
First Edition. The third of four titles published in hardcover by the prolific author, the rest being paperback originals. Whittington was a major influence on more
New York: Random House, 1966.
First Edition. A collection of nine short stories and an unfinished novel. An important posthumous anthology, collecting most of the stories for the first time more
New York: Random House, 1974.
First Edition. Collects seven of Hammett's "Continental Op" stories for the first time in hardcover. Edited and with an introduction by Steven Marcus. Very faint more
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1938.
First Edition. The author's third book, a Hollywood novel. From the collection of Otto Penzler. Easily the most difficult McCoy first edition to find in more
London: Barrie and Jenkins, 1991.
First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author on the title page: "To Duke / With best wishes / Ian Rankin," followed by a drawing of the more
Gardner, Erle Stanley
New York: Cardinal Edition No. C-295 / Pocket Books, 1958.
First printing of this edition. A mysterious Hollywood vamp, thousands of dollars in perfumed notes, and a whole town out to ruin a D. A. more
Craig, Georgiana Ann Randolph writing as Craig Rice
New York: Pocket Books No. 1215, 1958.
Vintage paperback. First printing of this edition, and first edition in softcover. The tenth mystery featuring John J. Malone and Jake and Helene Justus. Cover more
Hunter, Evan writing as Richard Marsten
New York: Perma Books [Permabooks] No. M-3117, 1958.
First Edition, a paperback original. A slinky blonde proves to be more than just good looks. Cover art by Jerry Allison. Published again in 1979 more
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1958.
First Edition. SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper. Near Fine and unread in a Very Good plus, price-clipped dust jacket. Jacket has the more