Here's this week's update. No new signings, but we have some wonderful titles for collectors.
The Mysterious Bookshop
The Mysterious Bookshop
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New York, NY 10007
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Weekly Update 9/10/10
Wednesday September 15th
6.30 p.m.- 8.00 p.m.
Charles Kipps will be here discussing his new novel
Admission is Free
SIGNED COPIES NOW AVAILABLE
A slow week for our authors who are, no doubt, still getting back from their summer tours and vacations. So here’s a list of signed first editions still available, in case you missed them:
Midnight Angels by Lorenzo Carcaterra. $26.00
Babylon Nights by Daniel Depp $24.00
The Hilliker Curse by James Ellroy. Limited to 100 numbered copies. $150.00
As Husbands Go by Susan Isaacs. $25.00
I’d Know You Anywhere by Laura Lippman. $25.99
Rules of Betrayal by Christopher Reichs. $25.95
Spider Bones by Kathy Reichs. $26.99
The Rembrandt Affair by Daniel Silva. $26.95
A Special Place by Peter Straub. $14.95
Peregrine by William Bayer, Congdon & Lattes, NY. 1981. First Edition. SIGNED. $35.00
Edgar-winner for Best Novel. Very fine in dust jacket.
Never Dream of Dying by Raymond Benson, Hodder & Stoughton, London. 2001. First Edition. SIGNED. $45.00
James Bond novel. Very fine in dust jacket.
All the Flowers are Dying by Lawrence Block, Scorpion Press, Gladestry. 2005. First Edition. SIGNED. $100.00
Precedes all other editions, including the U.S. Limited to only 90 copies. Attractively bound in marbled boards, leather spine, clear acetate dust jacket.
The Magdalen Martyrs by Ken Bruen, St. Martin’s NY. 2005. First U.S. Edition. SIGNED. $25.00
First hardcover edition (preceded by the Irish paperback). Promotional material laid in. Very fine in dust jacket.
Unharmed by Jan Burke, ASAP Press, CA. 1996. First Edition. SIGNED. $75.00
Limited to 100 copies. A novella, with an introduction by Wendy Hornsby. Signed on limitation page by Burke, Hornsby, and Phil Parks, the illustrator. Very fine without dust jacket, as issued.
A Fine Set of Teeth by Jan Burke, ASAP Press, CA. 1997. First Edition. SIGNED. $60.00
Limited to 200 copies. A novella with an introduction by Michael Connelly. Signed on a limitation page by Burke, Tim Burke (who provided music for the endpapers), Connelly and Phil Parks, the illustrator. Very fine without dust jacket, as issued.
18 by Jan Burke, ASAP Press, CA. 2002. First Edition. SIGNED. $100.00
Limited to 100 copies. A collection of short stories with an introduction by Edward D. Hoch. Signed on limitation page by Burke, Hoch, and Phil Parks, the illustrator. This copy is not numbered, instead indicating "Ed Hoch’s copy." As new in dust jacket and slipcase, as issued. A special matte inside the front cover is an inscribed letter from the author to the introducer: "For Ed - Master of this form, with my deepest thanks for this kind introduction. I’m so pleased we’ve had a few chances to meet in recent years - here’s hoping for many more! All the best, Jan Burke."
The Enchanted Isle by James M. Cain, Mysterious Press. NY. 1985. First Edition. $35.00
Very fine in dust jacket.
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon, Random House, NY. 2000. First Edition. $150.00
Important, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. A remarkably fine, fresh copy in dust jacket.
Raymond Chandler Speaking by Raymond Chandler, Houghton Mifflin, Boston. 1962. First Edition. $125.00
A fine copy in dust jacket, which has one tiny nick at top edge.
The Charm School by Nelson DeMille, Warner, NY. 1988. First Edition. $45.00
Great espionage thriller. Very fine in dust jacket.
(Rex Stout) Rex Stout: An Annotated Primary and Secondary Bibliography by Goy M. Townsend, John J. McAleer, Judson C. Sapp & Arriean Schemer, Garland, NY. 1980. First Edition. $150.00
First and only edition of this extremely scarce bibliography. Very fine without dust jacket as issued.
The Ten Faces of Cornell Woolrich by Cornell Woolrich, Simon & Schuster, NY. 1965. First Edition. $75.00
Fine in dust jacket with light wear at spine ends.