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Avon Science Fiction And Fantasy Reader Vol 1 no 1., AVON SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY READER,  (ed. Sol Cohen)
51 AVON SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY READER, (ed. Sol Cohen)Avon Science Fiction And Fantasy Reader Vol 1 no 1. 22349
Avon Novels, Inc., NY. 1953 (January).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
January 1953 issue (vol 1 no 1). First of just two magazine issues published in total in 1953, an attempt to revive the earlier Avon Fantasy Reader series and Avon Science Fiction Reader series under one title. Unlike those earlier series (which contained many reprints), all stories in these two issues were new. Indeed, this first issue contains Arthur C. Clarke's classic story ''The Forgotten Enemy''.

A NF/Fine (unread) copy..

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Avon Science Fiction Reader no 2., AVON SCIENCE FICTION READER,  (ed. Donald A. Wollheim)
52 AVON SCIENCE FICTION READER, (ed. Donald A. Wollheim)Avon Science Fiction Reader no 2. 39235
Avon Novels, Inc., NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
Second of just three magazine issues published 1951-1952, intended as a companion title to the successful AVON FANTASY READER series. Contained mostly reprints from the 1920s and 1930s. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. See Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 134-35.

Text block age-darkened, a near fine (NF) copy with bright covers.

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Avon Science Fiction Reader no 2., AVON SCIENCE FICTION READER,  (ed. Donald A. Wollheim)
53 AVON SCIENCE FICTION READER, (ed. Donald A. Wollheim)Avon Science Fiction Reader no 2. 22312
Avon Novels, Inc., NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
Second of just three magazine issues published 1951-1952, intended as a companion title to the successful AVON FANTASY READER series. Contained mostly reprints from the 1920s and 1930s. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. See Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 134-35.

Text block lightly age-darkened, faint ring marks on front and rear covers, a VG+ copy with bright covers.

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Beyond Fantasy & Science Fiction no 1., BEYOND FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION,  (ed. David Riley)
54 BEYOND FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION, (ed. David Riley)Beyond Fantasy & Science Fiction no 1. 28553
Parallel Universe Publications: Lancashire. 1995 (April/May).
First edition.
Magazine.
First of just three issues published of UK fantasy fiction small-press magazine edited by David Riley. Includes new stories by Ramsey Campbell, Karl Edward Wagner and Stephen Laws, feature articles by Kim Newman, David Sutton, Keith Brooke and Stephen Gallagher.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Lady Of The Yellow Death And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Wyatt Blassingame Volume Two., Blassingame,  Wyatt (ed. John Pelan)
55 Blassingame, Wyatt (ed. John Pelan)Lady Of The Yellow Death And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Wyatt Blassingame Volume Two. 30560
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #14. Edited and with an introduction by series editor John Pelan. Wyatt Blassingame is considered one of the master of horror and weird menace from the age of the pulps: this is the second of several volumes collecting the best of his weird fiction.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Mistress Of Terror And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Wyatt Blassingame Volume Four., Blassingame,  Wyatt (ed. John Pelan)
56 Blassingame, Wyatt (ed. John Pelan)Mistress Of Terror And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Wyatt Blassingame Volume Four. 21947
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #38. Fourth volume reprinting stories from the 1930s pulp magazines. 282 pages: collects ten stories with an introduction by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The Tongueless Horror And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Wyatt Blassingame, Volume One., Blassingame,  Wyatt (ed. John Pelan)
57 Blassingame, Wyatt (ed. John Pelan)The Tongueless Horror And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Wyatt Blassingame, Volume One. 29456
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2010.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #11. Collects seven supernatural stories from the mid-1930's weird pulp magazines: edited and with an introduction by John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new) but for previous owner's ink-stamped address details and acquisition date on the (blank) page before the half-title page.

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The Unholy Goddess And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Wyatt Blassingame Volume 111., Blassingame,  Wyatt (ed. John Pelan)
58 Blassingame, Wyatt (ed. John Pelan)The Unholy Goddess And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Wyatt Blassingame Volume 111. 32941
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 211.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #26. Collects ten stories, first published in the pulp magazines (two from Terror Tales, two from Horror Stories, five from Dime Mystery/Magazine) in the mid-1930's: edited with a four-page introduction from John Pelan. 290 pages.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Shannach - The Last: Farewell To Mars., Brackett,  Leigh
59 Brackett, LeighShannach - The Last: Farewell To Mars. 31354
Haffner Press: Michigan. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Collects seventeen sf stories, with an introduction by Anne McCaffrey and 30-page interview with the author (from 1975): 572 pages.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 35.00 GBP
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Death In The Dark: Fredric Brown Mystery Library Volume Two., Brown,  Fredric (ed. Stephen Haffner)
60 Brown, Fredric (ed. Stephen Haffner)Death In The Dark: Fredric Brown Mystery Library Volume Two. 42761
Haffner Press: Michigan. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Second volume in the series. Introduction by Jack Seabrook. 720 pages: ''presents 27 originally appearing in the pulp magazines of 1942'', plus three appendices (63pages) of other material by Brown.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The Beautiful Dead And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Donald Dale Volume 1., Buckner,  Mary Dale (writing as
61 Buckner, Mary Dale (writing as "Donald Dale")The Beautiful Dead And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Donald Dale Volume 1. 32940
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Volume 1. Dancing Tuatara #21. Collects eleven stories, first published in the pulp magazines (two from Terror Tales, three from Horror Stories, five from Dime Mystery Magazine, and one from The Scorpion) in the 1930's and early 1940's: edited with a five-page introduction from John Pelan, plus a nine page afterword ''''Fear Fiction'' from the author herself (reprinted from a 1941 issue of Terror Tales). 300 pages.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Cathedral Of Horror And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Arthur J. Burks Volume One., Burks,  Arthur J.
62 Burks, Arthur J.Cathedral Of Horror And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Arthur J. Burks Volume One. 37882
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #55. First volume: collects eleven weird/horror stories from the 1930s pulp magazines (four from WEIRD TALES, four from TERROR TALES, two from THRILLING MYSTERY and one from DIME MYSTERY MAGAZINE) with an introduction by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Captain Zero January 1950., CAPTAIN ZERO,  (ed. Alden H. Norton)
63 CAPTAIN ZERO, (ed. Alden H. Norton)Captain Zero January 1950. 28580
Recreational Reading Inc.: Kokomo, IN. 1950 (January).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
January 1950 issue. Second of just three issues published in total 1949 - 1950 - the last of the ''hero pulps''. See Ashley/Tymn: Science Fiction, Fantasy, And Weird Fiction Magazines pp. 158-159.

''US pulp magazine; three bimonthly issues, Nov 1949 - Mar 1950, published by Recreational Reading Corp., Indiana, ed (anonymously) by Alden H. Norton. Each issue contained a novel written by prolific pulp author G.T. Fleming-Roberts. As a result of a radiation overdose, Captain Zero (alias ''The Master of Midnight'') becomes involuntarily invisible at night; he uses his unwanted gift to operate against the underworld. When invisible he speaks in italics. This, the last of the hero pulps, was closer to detective fiction than sf'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Frank H. Parnell/Encyclopedia of SF).


Near fine (NF) copy, spine colours a little faded.

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Bottled In Blonde: The Peter Kane Detective Stories., Cave,  Hugh B.
64 Cave, Hugh B.Bottled In Blonde: The Peter Kane Detective Stories. 04763
Fedogan & Bremer: Minneapolis. 2000.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Collects the nine detective stories featuring Kane, all originally published in Dime Detective magazine in the late 1930's and early 1940's: short foreword by the author plus a three page introduction by Don Hutchinson: cover art by Jill Bauman.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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House Of The Restless Dead And Other Stories: The Selected Weird Tales Of Hugh B. Cave Volume One., Cave,  Hugh B. (ed. John Pelan)
65 Cave, Hugh B. (ed. John Pelan)House Of The Restless Dead And Other Stories: The Selected Weird Tales Of Hugh B. Cave Volume One. 32943
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #27. Collects nine stories, first published in the pulp magazines (two from Terror Tales, four from Dime Mystery Magazine, one from Weird Tales, one from Thrilling Mystery Magazine, and one from Strange Tales) in the early/mid-1930's: edited with a five-page introduction from John Pelan. 304 pages.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Secret Agent X: all seven 1966 Corinth paperbacks., Chadwick,  Paul (writing as
66 Chadwick, Paul (writing as "Brant House") SECRET AGENT XSecret Agent X: all seven 1966 Corinth paperbacks. 37105
Corinth Publications: San Diego, CA. 1966.
First editions (& 1st printings).
Paperback originals.
A complete set of the seven Corinth paperbacks published in 1966, reprinting stories from the 1930s pulp magazine SECRET AGENT X. The seven titles are The Torture Trust (no 1 in the series), Servants Of The Skull, Curse Of The Mandarin's Fan, City Of The Living Dead, The Death-Torch Terror, Octopus Of Crime and The Sinister Scourge (no 7 in the series).

''US pulp magazine, also known as Secret Agent X: Detective Mysteries. 41 issues from February 1934 to March 1941. Published by Periodical House Inc, an imprint of Ace Magazines. Editors were Rose Wyn for the first few years, then Harry Widmer for the remainder of the run. Publication varied from monthly to an erratic bimonthly schedule. The titular Secret Agent ''X'' - created by pulp author Paul Chadwick under the House Name Brant House - was never identified by name. He had an X-shaped scar above his heart from a shrapnel wound in World War One, leading to his alias; apparently some of the metal remained and occasionally caused him great pain. Billed as ''The Man of a Thousand Faces'', X could quickly change his appearance, using make-up and props rather than any Superpower. Originally he fought crime on behalf of an unknown group of very wealthy sponsors, but then became a US Government agent for the ''K-R'' group, presumably led by Harvey Bates. Colleagues included reporter Betty Dale and the more conventional private investigator Jim Hobart. Though himself an only mildly offbeat detective/counter-espionage agent, X often faced Mad Scientists and other villains who used futuristic Weapons, were capable of reanimating the dead, and so on. X, somewhat unusually for the time, preferred non-lethal weapons such as a gas pistol which temporarily knocked out opponents. In the 1960s, Corinth Books attempted to revive the character in paperback following Bantam Books' success with Doc Savage, but this venture ended after only seven volumes. Other small presses began reprinting the title in recent years, together with new novels by such authors as Sean Elliis'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


NF/Fine (unread) set, edges of inner covers browning on several.

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The Paladin Mandates., Chinn,  Mike
67 Chinn, MikeThe Paladin Mandates. 03077
Alchemy Press: UK. 1998.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Collection of six stories (three original): 96 pages: ''mixing in generous dollops of The Scorpion, The Shadow and Dominic Fortune (with a touch of Indiana Jones), old airplanes, gangsters, demons, devils and ghosts, these tales are evocative of the decadent America of the 1930's''. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.

Fine (as new) copy.

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Mystery, Detective And Espionage Fiction: A Checklist of Fition in US Pulp Magazines, 1915-1974 Volume 1., Cook,  Michael L. (& Stephen T. Miller)
68 Cook, Michael L. (& Stephen T. Miller)Mystery, Detective And Espionage Fiction: A Checklist of Fition in US Pulp Magazines, 1915-1974 Volume 1. 41018
Garland Publishing: NY. 1988.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Volume 1. 692 pages. Includes listings from over 350 genre fiction pulp magazines (the second volume is an author index).

Fine copy as issued without dustjacket.

Price: 50.00 GBP
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Mystery, Detective And Espionage Fiction: A Checklist of Fition in US Pulp Magazines, 1915-1974 Volume 2., Cook,  Michael L. (& Stephen T. Miller)
69 Cook, Michael L. (& Stephen T. Miller)Mystery, Detective And Espionage Fiction: A Checklist of Fition in US Pulp Magazines, 1915-1974 Volume 2. 41019
Garland Publishing: NY. 1988.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Volume 2. 500 pages. Author index (the first volume has listings from over 350 genre fiction pulp magazines).

Fine copy as issued without dustjacket.

Price: 50.00 GBP
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Vampire Of The Skies., Corbett,  James
70 Corbett, JamesVampire Of The Skies. 42132
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Weird thriller. First published in 1932, new introduction by series editor John Pelan. Dancing Tuatara Press no 49.

''despite its non-supernatural resolution is filled with plenty of thrills for the fan of the weird menace genre. One of the things that the author does very well is to sharply delineate his characters, such as the team that assembles to solve the mystery of the young woman drained of blood and thrown from an airplane'' (John Pelan, from the introduction.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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When The Bat Man Thirsts And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Frederick C. Davis., Davis,  Frederick C.
71 Davis, Frederick C.When The Bat Man Thirsts And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Frederick C. Davis. 09123
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #35. Reprints eight stories from the 1930s pulp magazines, with a new introduction by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Towers & Tortures: A Double Dose Of Dexter Daye: The Torture Machine and The Towers Of Terror., Dayle,  Dexter
72 Dayle, DexterTowers & Tortures: A Double Dose Of Dexter Daye: The Torture Machine and The Towers Of Terror. 09476
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #33. Reprints two weird/horror novels originally published in paperback in 1935: new introduction by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Hardboiled Hollywood: The Origins Of The Great Crime Films., Decharne,  Max
73 Decharne, MaxHardboiled Hollywood: The Origins Of The Great Crime Films. 36297
No Exit Press: England. 2003.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
240 pages: non-fiction.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Agent 13 The Midnight Avenger #1: The Invisible Empire., Dille,  Flint (& David Marconi)
74 Dille, Flint (& David Marconi)Agent 13 The Midnight Avenger #1: The Invisible Empire. 41803
TSR, Inc.: WI. 1986.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
First in a series of pulp hero novels written by the authors.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Agent 13 The Midnight Avenger #2: The Serpentine Assassin., Dille,  Flint (& David Marconi)
75 Dille, Flint (& David Marconi)Agent 13 The Midnight Avenger #2: The Serpentine Assassin. 37104
TSR, Inc.: WI. 1986.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Second in a series of pulp hero novels written by the authors.

Edges of inner covers browned, a VG+ copy.

Price: 5.00 GBP
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Agent 13 The Midnight Avenger #2: The Serpentine Assassin., Dille,  Flint (& David Marconi)
76 Dille, Flint (& David Marconi)Agent 13 The Midnight Avenger #2: The Serpentine Assassin. 41802
TSR, Inc.: WI. 1986.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Second in a series of pulp hero novels written by the authors.

NF/Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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The Bronze Gazette: The Unofficial Magazine For The Man Of Bronze Vol 7 no 20., DOC SAVAGE,  (Kenneth Robeson)
77 DOC SAVAGE, (Kenneth Robeson)The Bronze Gazette: The Unofficial Magazine For The Man Of Bronze Vol 7 no 20. 41399
Green Eagle Publications: CA. 1997 (February).
First edition.
Magazine.
50 pages. Attractively produced (and with decent content) of magazine devoted to all things Doc Savage.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 5.00 GBP
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The Crimson Query or, How The Squid Got Besuckered., Eadie,  Arlton
78 Eadie, ArltonThe Crimson Query or, How The Squid Got Besuckered. 41840
Ramble House: MS. 2010.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Detective thriller, first published in 1929.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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The People Of The Abyss., England,  George Allan
79 England, George AllanThe People Of The Abyss. 31672
Avalon Books: NY. 1966.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Originally published as DARKNESS AND DAWN in book form in 1914: revised and reissued by Avalon books in the 1960's as five separate volumes - Darkness and Dawn (1964), Beyond The Great Oblivion (1965), THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS (1966), Out of the Abyss (1967) and The Afterglow (1967).

''US explorer and author of, among others, five sf novels and over a dozen magazine serials and short stories from 1905 on; these appeared predominantly in Frank A. Munsey's magazines, where he was one of the more popular writers of the pre-1926 period, ranking as the closest rival in sf to Edgar Rice Burroughs. His most popular work, which has strong racist overtones, was a long post-holocaust novel set in a devastated USA about 1000 years hence, DARKNESS AND DAWN (1912-13 Cavalier as three separate serials, ''Darkness and Dawn'', ''Beyond the Great Oblivion'' and ''The Afterglow''; fixup 1914)'' (Encyclopedia of SF)


Faint spotting along top page edges, else a fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The Story Of The Phantom no 15: The Curse Of The Two-Headed Bull., Falk,  Lee (THE PHANTOM)
80 Falk, Lee (THE PHANTOM)The Story Of The Phantom no 15: The Curse Of The Two-Headed Bull. 37122
Avon: NY. 1975.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Fifteenth - and final - volume of fifteen paperbacks published by Avon 1972-1975, detailing the adventures of The Phantom, Masked Avenger, created originally by Lee Falk as a newspaper strip in 1936. All of the Avon paperbacks had the Lee Falk byline, though some were actually written by other people, notably Basil Copper and Ron Goulart.

''The Phantom, a masked avenger, with a skintight mauve costume, striped shorts and black boots, belt and eyemask, was created in 1936 by Lee Falk as a newspaper comic strip. He is a man of mystery, known as The Ghost Who Walks, and is believed to be immortal, but the individual with whom the strip deals is the 21st to hold the title - which has been passed from father to son since the 16th century, when the son of a seaman who had served as a cabin boy to Christopher Columbus was washed up on a remote Bengal shore. After seeing his parents murdered by pirates he swore an oath on the skull of the murderer to devote his life to combating ''all forms of piracy, greed and cruelty'' in the jungles of Africa and remote cities of Asia. The Phantom lives in a skull-shaped cave in the Deep Woods and his symbol, the Sign of the Skull, strikes terror into the hearts of wrongdoers. His wife is Olympic gold medallist diver, explorer, pilot, athlete and paramedic Diana Palmer, with whom he shared adventures for four decades before finally marrying in the 1980s. A grey wolf, Devil, is his faithful companion.. At first The Phantom appeared only in daily newspapers; a Sunday strip was marketed by King Features from 1939. There have been several attempts to introduce the character into comic books by Harvey, Gold Key, King Features and Charlton Comics; artists have included Wallace Wood, Jeff Jones and Al Williamson. In addition there have been novelizations by Lee Falk himself, Basil Copper, Ron Goulart and others'' (Ron Tiner/Encyclopedia Of Fantasy).


Slight spine lean, neat inked date at top of first page, a VG+ copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Famous Fantastic Classics no 1., FAMOUS FANTASTIC CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
81 FAMOUS FANTASTIC CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Famous Fantastic Classics no 1. 37217
Fax Collectors Editions: West Linn, OR. 1974.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
First issue 128 pages. Two isues published in total 1974-1975. Facsiile reprint (with original magazine illustrations) of four ''pulp classics'' - Ray Cummings ''The Snow Girl'', Arthur Leo Zagat ''Tomorrow'', James L. Aton ''The Man In The Moon'' and Homer Eon Flint ''The Man In The Moon'' and two page introduction by editor Robert Weinberg.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Fantastic Universe Science Fiction vol 9 no 5., FANTASTIC UNIVERSE,  (ed. Hans Stefan Santesson)
82 FANTASTIC UNIVERSE, (ed. Hans Stefan Santesson)Fantastic Universe Science Fiction vol 9 no 5. 41408
King-Size Publications: NY. 1958 (May).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
May 1958 issue. 63 issues published in total between 1953 - 1960.

NF/Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 5.00 GBP
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Fantasy no 1 (July 1938 issue)., FANTASY,  (ed. T. Stanhope Sprigg)
83 FANTASY, (ed. T. Stanhope Sprigg)Fantasy no 1 (July 1938 issue). 40362
George Newnes: London. 1938 (July).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
July 1938 issue. The first of just three issues published of this UK sf pulp 1938-1939.

''UK Pulp magazine published by George Newnes Ltd, edited by T Stanhope Sprigg as a companion to his highly successful Air Stories. It saw three undated issues released in Summer 1938 and Spring and Summer 1939. Its material, though now badly dated, was typical of the stereotypical pulp fiction of the day and included work by John Wyndham as ''John Beynon Harris'', John Russell Fearn, Eric Frank Russell and the ageing George C Wallis. Its covers were by Serge Drigin who had painted most of the covers for Air Stories and other contributors to that pulp, notably J E Gurdon, also tried their hand at science fiction. Sprigg was interested in developing sf in Britain, but the Second World War intervened and the magazine ceased'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Front cover tears repaired inside, spine loss (1cm) at bottom, an almost VG copy.

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Fantasy no 3 (June 1939 issue)., FANTASY,  (ed. T. Stanhope Sprigg)
84 FANTASY, (ed. T. Stanhope Sprigg)Fantasy no 3 (June 1939 issue). 40363
George Newnes: London. 1939 (June).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
June 1939 issue. Third (and last) of just three issues published of this UK sf pulp 1938-1939.

''UK Pulp magazine published by George Newnes Ltd, edited by T Stanhope Sprigg as a companion to his highly successful Air Stories. It saw three undated issues released in Summer 1938 and Spring and Summer 1939. Its material, though now badly dated, was typical of the stereotypical pulp fiction of the day and included work by John Wyndham as ''John Beynon Harris'', John Russell Fearn, Eric Frank Russell and the ageing George C Wallis. Its covers were by Serge Drigin who had painted most of the covers for Air Stories and other contributors to that pulp, notably J E Gurdon, also tried their hand at science fiction. Sprigg was interested in developing sf in Britain, but the Second World War intervened and the magazine ceased'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Brown tape on spine overlaps covers, a good copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Liners Of Time., Fearn,  John Russell
85 Fearn, John RussellLiners Of Time. 30361
The World's Work Ltd: Kingswood, Surrey. 1947.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
SF novel, published in Amzing Stories earlier the same year.

''UK writer (1908-1960), extremely prolific, he used many pseudonyms. During the 1930s he wrote for magazines, including the US Pulp magazines, but during WWII he switched to books. He became a central figure in the post - WWII paperback boom, writing numerous Westerns, crime stories and probably some romances as well as his sf, most of which appeared under the names Vargo Statten and Volsted Gridban (the latter pseudonym being taken over from E.C. Tubb). In the pulps he wrote many stories as Thornton Ayre and Polton Cross, and also used the names Geoffrey Armstrong, Dennis Clive, John Cotton and Ephriam Winiki; his sf books and crime stories with sf elements include items signed with the personal pseudonyms Spike Gordon, Conrad G. Holt, Laurence F. Rose, John Russell and Earl Titan, and contributed to various house names. His first genre-SF work as Fearn was the early superman story The Intelligence Gigantic (1933 AMZ; 1943). It was followed by the extravagant LINERS OF TIME (1935 AMZ; 1947) and its sequel ''Zagribud'' (1937 AMZ; cut vt Science Metropolis by Vargo Statten 1952); he subsequently wrote a good deal for Astounding SF while it was edited by F. Orlin Tremain, contributing numerous ''thought-variant'' stories, some of which he later expanded into Vargo Statten novels'' (Brian Stableford/Encyclopedia of SF).


Endpapers show light spotting, page edges browing, rear board a little marked, a VG+ copy (lacking the dustjacket).

Price: 15.00 GBP
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The Intelligence Gigantic., Fearn,  John Russell
86 Fearn, John RussellThe Intelligence Gigantic. 40473
The World's Work Ltd: Kingswood, Surrey. 1943.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
The author's first sf novel, published in Amzing Stories earlier the same year. Uncommon (wartime) UK hardcover.

''UK writer (1908-1960), extremely prolific, he used many pseudonyms. During the 1930s he wrote for magazines, including the US Pulp magazines, but during WWII he switched to books. He became a central figure in the post - WWII paperback boom, writing numerous Westerns, crime stories and probably some romances as well as his sf, most of which appeared under the names Vargo Statten and Volsted Gridban (the latter pseudonym being taken over from E.C. Tubb). In the pulps he wrote many stories as Thornton Ayre and Polton Cross, and also used the names Geoffrey Armstrong, Dennis Clive, John Cotton and Ephriam Winiki; his sf books and crime stories with sf elements include items signed with the personal pseudonyms Spike Gordon, Conrad G. Holt, Laurence F. Rose, John Russell and Earl Titan, and contributed to various house names. His first genre-SF work as Fearn was the early superman story THE INTELLIGENCE GIGANTIC (1933 AMZ; 1943). It was followed by the extravagant Liners Of Time (1935 AMZ; 1947) and its sequel ''Zagribud'' (1937 AMZ; cut vt Science Metropolis by Vargo Statten 1952); he subsequently wrote a good deal for Astounding SF while it was edited by F. Orlin Tremain, contributing numerous ''thought-variant'' stories, some of which he later expanded into Vargo Statten novels'' (Brian Stableford/Encyclopedia of SF).


Near fine copy (mustard-coloured boards a little grubby), page edges browning, a near fine (NF) copy (lacking the dustjacket).

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Vanishing Ships., Fisher,  Philip M.
87 Fisher, Philip M.Vanishing Ships. 41126
Novel Selections Inc.: NY. 1943.
First paperback edition.
Paperback original.
Adventure Novel Classic 42.

''(1891-1973) US teacher, naval officer, author and financial auditor (in that order), whose work was restricted primarily to the Pulp magazines. His earliest sale was an article in Youth's Companion in 1916; his first fiction sale, and also his first work of sf, was ''The Demise of Professor Manried'' for All-Story Weekly, 18 August 1917. Here the eponymous professor is able to use electricity to amplify and harness thought waves. In several more of Fisher's stories, electricity is the key to new Inventions and new perils - notably the novella ''Beyond the Pole'' (May 1924 Munsey's Magazine), where members of an expedition to the North Pole by airship finds themselves trapped in a vortex of electricity that eventually makes them all invisible. Invisibility is also the end result of an experiment in vibrations in ''The Strange Case of Lemuel Jenkins'' (26 July 1919 All-Story Weekly) whilst the concept of various vibrational frequencies marking the difference between coexistent Parallel Worlds is central to ''Worlds Within Worlds'' (13 May 1922 Argosy), which also seeks to describe an advanced Utopia. He wrote only one novel, VANISHING SHIPS (November 1925-April 1926 Holland's Magazine as ''The Radio Wreckers''; rev 1943), which despite its final title is non-sf. At his best Fisher was a capable visionary writer, but he relied too heavily on formula and repetition'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Bottom front corner clipped, sticker on back cover, page edges browning, a good copy.

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Future Fiction July 1940 (vol 1 no 3)., FUTURE FICTION,  (ed. Charles D. Hornig)
88 FUTURE FICTION, (ed. Charles D. Hornig)Future Fiction July 1940 (vol 1 no 3). 39965
Double Action Magazines: Chicago. 1940 (July).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
July 1940 issue. Third issue. 17 issues published from November 1939 - July 1943, then revived for a further 48 issues between May/June 1950 - April 1960, later issues as FUTURE SCIENCE FICTION.

''US magazine. 17 issues Nov 1939 - July 1943, 48 further issues May/June 1950 - April 1960. The first issue was published by Blue Ribbon Magazines, then by Double Action Magazines for three 1940 issues, and (from April 1941) finally Columbia Publications; edited by Charles D. Hornig for the first four issues (November 1939 - November 1940) and Robert A.W. Lowndes for all the rest (April 1941 - April 1960). Future Fiction was one of the many magazines to fall victim to wartime paper shortages, but it was revived under the same editor in 1950 as Future Combined with Science Fiction Stories, which became Future Science Fiction Stories in Jan 1952 and, finally, Future Science Fiction in May 1952. It changed from pulp to digest size in June 1954'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Peter Nicholls/Encyclopedia of SF).


Top edges of spine missing (1.5cm each), a good copy.

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Future Combined With Science Fiction June 1942 (vol 2 no 5)., FUTURE FICTION,  (ed. Robert A.W. Lowndes)
89 FUTURE FICTION, (ed. Robert A.W. Lowndes)Future Combined With Science Fiction June 1942 (vol 2 no 5). 39985
Columbia Publications: MA. 1942 (June).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
June 1942 issue. 17 issues published from November 1939 - July 1943, then revived for a further 48 issues between May/June 1950 - April 1960, later issues as FUTURE SCIENCE FICTION.

''US magazine. 17 issues Nov 1939 - July 1943, 48 further issues May/June 1950 - April 1960. The first issue was published by Blue Ribbon Magazines, then by Double Action Magazines for three 1940 issues, and (from April 1941) finally Columbia Publications; edited by Charles D. Hornig for the first four issues (November 1939 - November 1940) and Robert A.W. Lowndes for all the rest (April 1941 - April 1960). Future Fiction was one of the many magazines to fall victim to wartime paper shortages, but it was revived under the same editor in 1950 as Future Combined with Science Fiction Stories, which became Future Science Fiction Stories in Jan 1952 and, finally, Future Science Fiction in May 1952. It changed from pulp to digest size in June 1954'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Peter Nicholls/Encyclopedia of SF).


Top spine edge a little chipped, a VG+ copy.

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Future Combined With Science Fiction June 1942 (vol 2 no 5)., FUTURE FICTION,  (ed. Robert A.W. Lowndes)
90 FUTURE FICTION, (ed. Robert A.W. Lowndes)Future Combined With Science Fiction June 1942 (vol 2 no 5). 39982
Columbia Publications: MA. 1942 (June).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
June 1942 issue. 17 issues published from November 1939 - July 1943, then revived for a further 48 issues between May/June 1950 - April 1960, later issues as FUTURE SCIENCE FICTION.

''US magazine. 17 issues Nov 1939 - July 1943, 48 further issues May/June 1950 - April 1960. The first issue was published by Blue Ribbon Magazines, then by Double Action Magazines for three 1940 issues, and (from April 1941) finally Columbia Publications; edited by Charles D. Hornig for the first four issues (November 1939 - November 1940) and Robert A.W. Lowndes for all the rest (April 1941 - April 1960). Future Fiction was one of the many magazines to fall victim to wartime paper shortages, but it was revived under the same editor in 1950 as Future Combined with Science Fiction Stories, which became Future Science Fiction Stories in Jan 1952 and, finally, Future Science Fiction in May 1952. It changed from pulp to digest size in June 1954'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Peter Nicholls/Encyclopedia of SF).


Good copy.

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Future Fantasy And Science Fiction December 1942 (vol 3 no 2)., FUTURE FICTION,  (ed. Robert A.W. Lowndes)
91 FUTURE FICTION, (ed. Robert A.W. Lowndes)Future Fantasy And Science Fiction December 1942 (vol 3 no 2). 39991
Columbia Publications: MA. 1942 (December).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Pulp Magazine.
December 1942 issue. 17 issues published from November 1939 - July 1943, then revived for a further 48 issues between May/June 1950 - April 1960, later issues as FUTURE SCIENCE FICTION.

''US magazine. 17 issues Nov 1939 - July 1943, 48 further issues May/June 1950 - April 1960. The first issue was published by Blue Ribbon Magazines, then by Double Action Magazines for three 1940 issues, and (from April 1941) finally Columbia Publications; edited by Charles D. Hornig for the first four issues (November 1939 - November 1940) and Robert A.W. Lowndes for all the rest (April 1941 - April 1960). Future Fiction was one of the many magazines to fall victim to wartime paper shortages, but it was revived under the same editor in 1950 as Future Combined with Science Fiction Stories, which became Future Science Fiction Stories in Jan 1952 and, finally, Future Science Fiction in May 1952. It changed from pulp to digest size in June 1954'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Peter Nicholls/Encyclopedia of SF).


Tape on spine, covers trimmed, a good copy.

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Future Fiction August 1941 (vol 1 no 6)., FUTURE FICTION,  (ed. Robert A.W. Lowndes)
92 FUTURE FICTION, (ed. Robert A.W. Lowndes)Future Fiction August 1941 (vol 1 no 6). 39975
Columbia Publications: MA. 1941 (August).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
August 1941 issue. Issue no 6. 17 issues published from November 1939 - July 1943, then revived for a further 48 issues between May/June 1950 - April 1960, later issues as FUTURE SCIENCE FICTION. This issue contains ''a complete novel'' THEY NEVER COME BACK by Fritz Leiber.

''US magazine. 17 issues Nov 1939 - July 1943, 48 further issues May/June 1950 - April 1960. The first issue was published by Blue Ribbon Magazines, then by Double Action Magazines for three 1940 issues, and (from April 1941) finally Columbia Publications; edited by Charles D. Hornig for the first four issues (November 1939 - November 1940) and Robert A.W. Lowndes for all the rest (April 1941 - April 1960). Future Fiction was one of the many magazines to fall victim to wartime paper shortages, but it was revived under the same editor in 1950 as Future Combined with Science Fiction Stories, which became Future Science Fiction Stories in Jan 1952 and, finally, Future Science Fiction in May 1952. It changed from pulp to digest size in June 1954'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Peter Nicholls/Encyclopedia of SF).


Near fine (NF) copy.

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Future Fiction/Science Fiction Stories April 1943., FUTURE FICTION/SCIENCE FICTION,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
93 FUTURE FICTION/SCIENCE FICTION, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Future Fiction/Science Fiction Stories April 1943. 40968
Columbia Publications, Inc.; Holyoke, MA, 1943 (April).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
April 1943 issue. Confusingly (as there were several other sf magazines with the same title) this issue of Future Fiction was called SCIENCE FICTION STORIES, after the two magazines merged in 1941.

''US magazine. 17 issues November 1939 to July 1943 (and then 48 further issues May/June 1950 to April 1960) edited by Charles D Hornig (November 1939 - November 1940) and Robert A W Lowndes (April 1941-April 1960). Future Fiction began as a companion magazine to Science Fiction, which it absorbed in October 1941, changing its title to Future Combined with Science Fiction. Under Lowndes's editorship it began to feature stories by such fellow Futurians as James Blish, C M Kornbluth and Donald A Wollheim, often under pseudonyms. It also carried some of the earliest magazine covers done by Hannes Bok. The title changed again to Future Fantasy and Science Fiction in October 1942, and finally to Science Fiction Stories in April 1943. The two issues of this final wartime incarnation are virtually identical in appearance to Science Fiction, but as they continue the numbering of Future Fiction they are considered part of its run.'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


G/VG copy.

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G-8 And His Battle Aces April 1937., G-8 AND HIS BATTLE ACES,  (ed. Rogers Terrill)
94 G-8 AND HIS BATTLE ACES, (ed. Rogers Terrill)G-8 And His Battle Aces April 1937. 40915
Popular Publications: NY. 1937 (April).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
April 1937 issue. 110 issues published in total between October 1933 to June 1944

''US Pulp magazine, 110 issues October 1933 to June 1944. Monthly to April 1941, bimonthly thereafter. Published by Popular Publications; edited by Rogers Terrill and, later, by Alden H Norton . All the novels were the work of one of the most prolific of all pulp authors, Robert J Hogan, who also wrote under pseudonyms the short stories which filled out each issue. Hogan, who wrote The Mysterious Wu Fang and other magazines as well, was under editorial instruction to send in his material as he wrote it, without any revision; the amount of editing subsequently necessary is described by Damon Knight in Hell's Cartographers (1975) edited by Brian W Aldiss and Harry Harrison. G-8 is the leader of a US fighter squadron in World War One, which combats a wide variety of fantastic enemy menaces. Only some of the novels were sf, primarily because of the superscientific weapons; otherwise they were standard air-war novels, and the magazine was not as futuristic as its companion, Dusty Ayres and His Battle Birds. The original magazine series is being progressively reprinted by Adventure House of Silver Spring, Maryland. [Malcolm J. Edwards & Peter Nicholls/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Longish chip in bottom front edge, a good copy.

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The Strange Thirteen., Gamon,  Richard B.
95 Gamon, Richard B.The Strange Thirteen. 33257
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2012.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #25. A collection of 13 supernatural/weird stories first published in 1925: new introduction by series editor John Pelan.

''a Iegendary rarity, The Strange Thirteen was first published over 1925 in a tiny print run by the author-subsidized company of Henry Drane Ltd. Richard B. Gamon's tales of the supernatural in India at the dawn of the twentieth century are especially memorable due to the richness of detail and the veracity of atmosphere that comes from the first-hand experience of the author. Gamon's stories were published in the British weeklies such as The Weekly Tale Teller and while there remain uncollected stories, this is the selection that the author deemed worthy of preservation when he assembled this collection for publication in 1925''.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Hostesses In Hell And Other Stories: The Selected Stories Of Russell Gray Volume One., Gray,  Russell
96 Gray, RussellHostesses In Hell And Other Stories: The Selected Stories Of Russell Gray Volume One. 30561
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #16. Edited and with an introduction by series editor John Pelan. Collects the title story plus eight others (with titles such as ''Fresh Fiances For The Devil's Daughter'', ''Girls For The Pain Dance'', ''School Mistress Of The Mad'') first published in the pulp magazines 1936-1941.

''a femme fatale laughs wildly at the spectacle of one of her enemies dangling from a chain as while her henchman burns off her breasts and facial features with a red-hot branding iron. A woman screams her way into the depths of insanity as she is brutally ravished by a lust-crazed beast man. Young women sob in despair as they realize that they are fated to become hostesses in Hell! Are these from the novels of the late master of the macabre, Richard Laymon? Perhaps fevered visions from the lurid short fiction of Lucy Taylor? Slices of afterlife in Hell from the City Infernal novels of the acknowledged master of hardcore horror, Edward Lee? Or possibly even excerpts from tales written by your humble editor during his splatterpunk years? The answer is none of the above, all these and many more similar scenes were written during a four-five period by Bruno Fischer writing as Russell Gray (and occasionally as Harrison Storm). In the 1950s readers of Fischer’s mystery novels were more than likely a little shocked by the lurid excesses in his gothic tour de force, House of Flesh. It really shouldn’t have been much of a surprise, after all, he’d written some two million words of similar fare twenty years earlier. The weird menace genre as a whole lasted a mere eight years, from late in 1933 into the start of the next decade. By 1936, the kings of the genre were Wyatt Blassingame, Arthur J. Burks, Hugh B. Cave, John H. Knox, and Arthur Leo Zagat; few noticed a short story entitled The Cat Woman in the pages of Dime Mystery Magazine. A fine story (included in this present volume) it was fairly low-key and gave little indication of the explosion that was to come in the following year. In 1937 the standard formula of the weird menace tales (a seemingly supernatural menace being revealed to have a rational explanation) was starting to wear a bit thin. Increasingly, the big guns like Wyatt Blassingame, Arthur J. Burks, and Paul Ernst would stray from the editorial guidelines in order to present straight-forward supernatural yarns, or in the event of a rationalized ending postulate one that was science-fictional in nature. Editor Rogers Terrill realized that he would have to step up his game in order for Popular Publications to maintain its dominance of the field. Up until then the heroines were often threatened with a fate worse than death, but were always rescued by the hero in the nick of time. This was becoming as old hat as the chain-rattling specters in British ghost stories. The readers wanted something new and Terill’s concept was to turn up the dial of sexual sadism and have monster(s) get the girl before being rescued! In a word, the sex and sadism that had always been hinted at was brought to the fore'' (John Pelan).


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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My Touch Brings Death And Other Stories: The Selected Stories Of Russell Gray Volume Two., Gray,  Russell
97 Gray, RussellMy Touch Brings Death And Other Stories: The Selected Stories Of Russell Gray Volume Two. 21943
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #51. Fourth volume reprinting stories from the 1937 to 1940 pulp magazines. 284 pages: collects ten stories with an introduction by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Ghosts In Baker Street., Greenberg,  Martin H. (& Jon Lellenburg & Daniel Stashower, eds.)
98 Greenberg, Martin H. (& Jon Lellenburg & Daniel Stashower, eds.)Ghosts In Baker Street. 39700
Carroll & Graf: NY. 2006.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Original anthology of supernatural Sherlock Holmes tales. Not published in hardcover. Seemingly uncommon (this Carroll & Graf trade paperback is the only edition).

Fine (as new) copy.

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The Collected Edmond Hamilton Volume Four: The Reign Of The Robots., Hamilton,  Edmond
99 Hamilton, EdmondThe Collected Edmond Hamilton Volume Four: The Reign Of The Robots. 36551
Haffner Press: Michigan. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Volume Four. Collects nineteen sf stories from the pulp magazines (ten of which have never been reprinted since their original pulp appearance), plus an eleven page introduction by Mike Ashley, plus an Appendix of over 100 pages reprinting the Letter Columns of the pulp magazines in which these stories first appeared. 668 pages.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Doctor Death And Other Terror Tales., Hanlon,  Jon (ed.)
100 Hanlon, Jon (ed.)Doctor Death And Other Terror Tales. 33577
Corinth Publications: San Diego, CA. 1966.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Corinth/Regency R129: Doctor Death Book no. 4. Collects six stories taken from the three issues published (in total) of the short-lived 1935 pulp magazine Doctor Death, plus four other stories. The fourth of four Corith 1966 paperbacks reprinting material from the pulp magazine. All four are uncommon.

''the only single-character pulp ever to feature a title character with actual supernatural powers, DOCTOR DEATH, lasted just three issues in 1935''


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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