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1 Denton, BradleyBlackburn's Lady. 07746
Subterranean Press: USA. 2001.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled wrappers.
Short story. Limited to 250 numbered copies signed by the author.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 5.00 GBP
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2 Denton, BradleyLunatics. 03801
St. Martin's Press: NY. 1996.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Fantasy novel.

''each month, when the moon is full, Jack strips naked and waits outside for his lover. He has to: Lily can only find him by the light of the moon. (It's one of those things about being the moon goddess.). Now, if Jack can only get his friends - and the Austin police - to understand why he's exposing himself indecently.... Jack's closest friends take it upon themselves to tend to him in his monthly bout of lunacy - and in the process they find themselves affected. They start to wonder about their spouses and their significant others. They wonder about themselves. Mostly, though, they want to know about this beautiful woman with wings and bird's feet who keeps messing up their lives. Lunatics is a delightful, sexy romp through that muddy, mucky wilderness known as Love''.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new)/

Price: 10.00 GBP
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3 Denton, BradleyWrack And Roll. 09646
Headline: London. 1987.
First hardcover edition (& 1st printing).
SF novel, the author's first book, published as a Warner paperback original in 1986. A cheaply produced hardcover from Headline with the inevitable browning to the poor quality paper used.

''US writer who began publishing sf with ''The Music of the Spheres'' in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in March 1984, and who caused some impact in the field with his first novel, WRACK & ROLL (1986), a contemporary Alternate-History tale which portrays heavy-metal musicians as the Heroes they might dream of being in a world absolutely divided between the ''straight'' majority and the anti-authoritarian ''wrackers'', who are defined by their Music. The author displays an impressive feel for the sustaining myths of heavy metal in his depiction of the wrackers, whose random violence and passion for life are set against the sterility and genocidal tendencies of the straight world as nuclear war approaches'' (Neal Tringham & John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).

Page edges browning, else a fine copy in a fine dustjacket but for a touch of browning along the edges of the inner flaps.

Price: 12.00 GBP
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