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The Case of the Lucky Legs

New York: William Morrow and Co, 1934. First Edition. Gardner's third Perry Mason mystery novel after The Case of the Velvet Claws and The Case of the Sulky Girl, both published in more

3,000.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe

New York: William Morrow and Co, 1938. First Edition. Uncommon Perry Mason mystery novel which features a kleptomaniac. Near Fine in attractive Very Good plus dustjacket, some rubbing to spine ends, red more

2,500.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

Prince of Chaos

New York: Ultramarine Publishing Co. / William Morrow and Company, 1991. Limited edition, deluxe issue. One of twelve lettered copies signed by Roger Zelazny and handbound in full leather by Denis Gouey, with titles stamped in more

1,500.00 USD

Burnside Rare Books
Portland, OR
503.232.3317

Knight of Shadows

New York: Ultramarine Publishing Co. / William Morrow and Company, 1989. Limited edition, deluxe issue. One of ten lettered copies signed by Roger Zelazny and handbound in full leather by Denis Gouey from an edition of more

1,250.00 USD

Burnside Rare Books
Portland, OR
503.232.3317

The Case of the Haunted Husband

New York: William Morrow and Co, 1941. First Edition. Very uncommon Hollywood themed Perry Mason mystery which features a movie director. Near Fine in Good to Very Good dustjacket, top spine end more

1,000.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

AND NOW GOOD-BYE

New York: William Morrow & Co, 1932. First U.S. edition. INSCRIBED BY HILTON on front endpaper to a prolific Baltimore book collector, "For Aquilla D. Hanson Jr./ with best wishes from/ James more

1,000.00 USD

Quill & Brush, Inc.
Middletown, MD
(301) 874-3200

The Case of the Turning Tide

New York: William Morrow and Co, 1941. First Edition. John Alan Maxwell dustjacket art. An unusually uncommon Gardner murder mystery set at a fashionable West Coast resort. The first 'Gramps Wiggins' mystery. more

750.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

NO HANDS ON THE CLOCK

New York: William Morrow & Co, 1939. Octavo, cloth. First edition. Inscribed by Mainwaring on the front free endpaper: "To Mitchell -- / affectionately / Daniel Geoffrey Homes / Mainwaring." A Humphrey more

750.00 USD

L. W. Currey
Elizabethtown, NY
(518) 873-6477

NO HANDS ON THE CLOCK

New York: William Morrow & Co, 1939. Octavo, cloth. Signed inscription by Mainwaring on the front free endpaper: "To Mitchell- / affectionately / Daniel Geoffrey Homes / Mainwaring." A Humphrey Campbell private more

750.00 USD

John W. Knott
Laurel, MD
(301) 317-8427
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