Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1967.
A collection of short stories about the South Seas edited with an introduction by A. Grove Day. more
ALEXANDER, R. W.
New York: D. Appleton and Co, 1927.
First Edition. E. Blaisdell dustjacket art. South Seas adventure novel of hidden treasure and a deserted island. Near Fine but for a few pages with more
London: Herbert Jenkins Limited, 1940.
First Edition. Alex Jardine dustjacket art. Scarce South Seas set novel by this Irish born Australian author. "Abandoned as a child and neglected by those more
KELLEY, Francis Clement
Paterson, New Jersey: St. Anthony Guild Press, 1937.
First Edition. Tall octavo. South Sea set novel. "The religious problem of the day is not to find the Shepherd for an erring flock but more
London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1929.
New Edition. Novel of New Zealand. Very Good plus lacking front free endpaper and front hinge showing webbing in Very Good dustjacket with shallow chipping more
MCKEE, Ruth Eleanor
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co, 1934.
First Edition. Boris Artzybasheff dustjacket art with wraparound illustration. Author's first novel. "Beneath the white sunlight of Hawaii brown kings and queens, traders, ship captains, more
New York: D. Appleton and Co, 1932.
First Edition, Advance Review Copy in original printed wrappers. Australia set novel. The story of a man who as sole survivor of an Antarctic expedition more
Sydney: Angus and Robertson Limited, 1937.
First Edition. "James and Jane go a-motoring on the roads out from Sydney and on their way gather stories grim and gay, curious and eerie, more
New York: Chelsea House, 1927.
First Edition. "Somewhere in the southern Pacific, on a deserted island, covered with heavy growths of tropical jungle vegetation, lay the wreck of the Golden more
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co, 1929.
Early Printing. Novel of sheep herding across the Australian plains. Near Fine but for contemporary ownership inscription, in Very Good dustjacket. more
Washington D. C: National Capital Press, 1931.
First Edition. 'An Hawaiian romance that is different. The intriguing Hula seen from an interesting angle'. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket. more
Boston: Little, Brown and Co, 1928.
First Edition. Courtney Allen dustjacket art and illustrations. "Charles Selden, the hero of The Pearl Lagoon, is sent to the South Seas on the ship more
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co, 1933.
First Edition. Baumann dustjacket art. South Seas adventure and romance novel of a woman author who finds herself on an island "with a man who more
New York: Macaulay Co, 1933.
First Edition. Polly Hill dustjacket art. Novel of a young woman left to the care "of a stepmother who plies her trade in drugs and more
London: Ivor Nicholson and Watson Ltd, 1932.
Second Printing. Sylvia Bergin dustjacket art. South Seas set satire. "Montague Thumpeter, Governor of the Island of Bunga Bunga, who abhorred all women yet inadvertently more
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co, 1911.
First Edition. A. B. Wenzell illustrations. An American couple's adventures in the South Seas and back in a New England village. Very uncommon title. Near more
New York: Edward J. Clode, 1922.
First Edition. C. W. Wood dustjacket art. South Pacific set Hubin listed adventure and detective novel. Very Good, ownership signature at inside front pastedown, in more
MAUGHAM, W. S.
London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1932.
First Edition. Youngman Carter dustjacket art. Novel of a Doctor who visits the Malay Archipelago islands. "In the peace of almost forgotten islands he fell more
MAUGHAM, W. Somerset [Burns MANTLE]
Boston: Small, Maynard and Co, 1923.
Second Printing, presumed First Issue dustjacket. Extremely uncommon collection of plays to retain its printed dustjacket. Includes "Rain" by John Colton and Clemence Randolph which more
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co, 1923.
First Edition. "The author has managed very cleverly to show the sharp contrast between life in a country village with its smallness of outlook, snobbishness, more