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Very late again. Doing the catalog is becoming less and less a priority since so few people order from it any more. There are so many factors contributing to this that it would take a whole catalog just to list them. I like the IDEA of doing a catalog but actually doing one…..

We’re buying books like mad – so many books are coming in I keep thinking I may have to place a total moratorium on buying books. But I can’t. I also keep thinking that the next great collection is just around the corner and if I say I’m not buying any more I’ll miss out. So the basement keep filling up and the store looks more like a museum every day.



Jason Brock – The Dark Sea Within tpb (Hippocampus Press 2017) Collection of 20 stories of SF, Fantasy, Horror, Weird and ?? $20.00

(Edgar Rice Burroughs) Ralph N. Laughlin / Ann E. Johnson – Tarzan : The Greystoke Legacy Under Siege tpb (ERB Inc. 2017) Part of the “Wild Adventures of Edgar Rice Burroughs series #4”.Tarzan’s African estate is demolished by an unknown guerrilla militia, leaving in its wake a leveled complex littered with the dead . . . The Greystoke Trust, run by grandson Jackie, is accused of capital crimes against the Crown, and Jackie is jailed . . . Son Jack, the last known person to meet with Dian Fossey, is accused of her murder and is sought by African Authorities . . . Jonathan’s airplane is shot down and crash lands into the African jungle forcing him to call upon his instincts, heritage and martial arts training in his attempt to survive. Everything including the kitchen sink. $19.95

Cory Doctorow – Walkaway 1st Ed. HC (Tor 2017) Hubert Vernon Rudolph Clayton Irving Wilson Alva Anton Jeff Harley Timothy Curtis Cleveland Cecil Ollie Edmund Eli Wiley Marvin Ellis Espinoza—known to his friends as Hubert, Etc—was too old to be at that Communist party. But after watching the breakdown of modern society, he really has no where left to be—except amongst the dregs of disaffected youth who party all night and heap scorn on the sheep they see on the morning commute. After falling in with Natalie, an ultra-rich heiress trying to escape the clutches of her repressive father, the two decide to give up fully on formal society—and walk away. $26.99

Sarah Beth Durst – The Reluctant Queen HC (Haper 2017) Sequel to The Queen of Blood. Not long ago, Daleina used her strength and skill to survive those spirits and assume the royal throne. Since then, the new queen has kept the peace and protected the humans of her land. But now for all her power, she is hiding a terrible secret: she is dying. And if she leaves the world before a new heir is ready, the spirits that inhabit her beloved realm will run wild, destroying her cities and slaughtering her people. $19.99

Theodora Goss – The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter 1st Ed. HC (Saga 2017) OK, everyone appears in this one – Starting with Dr. Jekyll’s daughter, we also find the female “offspring” of Edward Hyde, Dr. Giacomo Rappaccini, Dr. Paul Moreau, and Victor Frankenstein. Oh, did I mention that Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson also help out. And there are more. I think you could call this a romp. Just in, I’m taking it home tonight to read myself. $24.99

Ken Greenhall – Hell Hound TPB (Valancourt 2017) Story of a psychopathic bull terrier told from the dog’s point of view. First published in 1977 this book has been unavailable since. $14.99

Ken Greenhall – Elizabeth TPB (Valancourt 2017) First published in 1976 but unavailable since, this novel of a 14-year-old who is introduced into a chilling world of the Fey and begins this horror story by killing her parents. She learns to wield great and terrible power with awful results. $14.99

K.W. Jeter – Grim Expectations 1st Ed. tpb (Angry Robot 2017) 3rd of series; Infernal Devices and Fiendish Schemes precede. Some time after the events of Fiendish Schemes, George Dower finds himself a widower, of sorts. On her deathbed, Miss McThane entrusts Dower with a small, ticking clockwork box. The box is
mysteriously linked to her. When she breathes her last, the box stops ticking and Dower is able to open it, to find hundreds of letters – written in an unknown hand, signed only with the initial S. They’re not love letters, but refer instead to the letter- writer’s ongoing search for some other person. The last is a simple note, reading – Found him-… $9.99

Stephen Knight – Requiem at Rogano tpb (Valancourt 2017) What connection could there be between the current “Deptford Killer” slayings and an identical series of
murders in 1454? This 1979 Horror novel has been long out-of-print. $16.99

Naomi Kritzer – Cat Pictures Please and Other Stories tpb (Fairwood 2017) Collection of SF/Fantasy stories including the Hugo Award-winning title story. $17.99

David D. Levine – Arabella and the Battle of Venus 1st Ed. HC (Tor 2017) Arabella is back and this time she’s the only person who stands between Napolean’s secret weapon and the rest of the galaxy. The British Empire hangs in the balance and Arabella must save it and her fiancee from certain doom. $25.99

Richard Matheson – Offbeat tpb (Valancourt 2017) Collection of modern bizarre and unusual stories that only Matheson could write. Intro by David Schow. $15.99

Magda McQueen – Mirror Dead 1st Ed. HC (Tartarus 2017) When Simon falls for fairytale-obsessed Rose, he sees a chance to move on from his girlfriend’s death the year before. But can he trust Gray, the cross-dressing ghost of his twin brother, who shares his body and sees Rose as lunch? They set out to infiltrate her life, but soon find that they have bitten off more than either of them can chew. Rose has thorns. Her psycho ex is one of them. And her unstable sister has a secret agenda with an Angel that is every bit as dangerous as Gray’s. . . . $45.95

Seabury Quinn – The Devil’s Rosary 1st Ed. HC (Nightshade 2017) Volume two in the Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin.
Quinn’s short stories were featured in well more than half of Weird Tales’s original publication run. His most famous character, the supernatural French detective Dr. Jules de Grandin, investigated cases involving monsters, devil worshippers, serial killers, and spirits from beyond the grave, often set in the small town of Harrisonville, New Jersey. In de Grandin there are familiar shades of both Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot, and alongside his assistant, Dr. Samuel Trowbridge, de Grandin’s knack for solving mysteries and his outbursts of peculiar French-isms (grand Dieu!) captivated readers for nearly three decades. $34.99

Vol. 1 : Horror on the Links HC (Nightshade Books 2017) $34.99

William Browning Spencer – The Unorthodox Dr. Draper and Other Stories 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2017) Collection of unusual, sometimes cautionary tales from an under-appreciated writer. One of 750 SIGNED and numbered copies. $40.00

Charles Stross – The Delirium Brief 1st Ed. HC (Tor 2017) A new Laundry novel with Bob Howard. Yorkshire has been invaded by the Host of Air and Darkness and the existence of the Laundry is now public. Bob becomes the agency’s television spokesman and finds that the British government wants to privatize them for its own gain. The Laundry must fight its own government to survive. $25.99

Mark Valentine – A Country Still All Mystery 1st Ed. HC (Tartarus Press 2017) Collection of literary essays, continuing to explore themes from his sell-out book Haunted by Books (2015). Limited to only 350 copies. SIGNED.

In A Country Still All Mystery, Mark Valentine explores how certain writers have used their fiction to convey the idea of numinous terrain, places where we might at any moment stray into the realms of the unearthly and uncanny. These essays continue similar literary and antiquarian themes to his well-received earlier volume, Haunted By Books (2015). When and where was the last wolf seen in England? Why were certain lonely houses left beyond parish boundaries? Is there a missing book by T.E. Lawrence? What was the secret history of Cope & Fenwick, liturgical publishers? What became of the original Tower of Moab? $51.95

New Science

The Physics of Everyday Things by James Kakalios 1st Ed. HC (Crown 2017) Jim (he’s an old friend) explains the extraordinary science behind an ordinary day. The author of The Physics of Superheroes, he’s always made the explanations make sense to us everyday dummies. Now he explains even that. $26.00

New Anthologies

(Michael Shea) And Death Shall Have No Dominion : A Tribute to Michael Shea tpb (Hippocampus 2017) Edited by Linda Shea and S. T. Joshi, this book features four longer stories, including one previously unpublished, poetry, and other writings by Shea. Then, there are tributes by Laird Barron, Marc Laidlaw, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Jason Brock and others as well as artwork by Alan Clark, John Stewart, Allen Koszowski and more. $20.00

New Lovecraft Items

Adventure Radio Theatre

(Lovecraft) The Brotherhood of the Beast A 3 CD set of a recording of a Lovecraftian adventure as it might have sounded on the radio in HPL’s lifetime. Includes four alternative endings. Based on the Chaosium Call of Cthulhu game. with extras like a clipping from the Boston Globe about a shocking murder/suicide, an astrological birth chart, a telegram bearing vital information, and a brochure revealing details of high occult technology. These are alway fun. $39.95

(Lovecraft) The Haunter of the Dark A single CD adventure with extras. Brand-new. $19.95

Mark A. Nelson w/ Stephen D. Smith – Innsmouth : The Lost Drawings of Mannish Sycovia 1st Ed. HC (Alaxis Press 2017) A wonderful collection of sepia art “discovered and restored” by Nelson. Humorously rendered with minimal text. Limited edition; signed bookplate included. 192 pages. $30.00

Evan Dorkin / Sara Dyer / Erin Humiston – Calla Cthulhu tpb (Dark Horse 2017) A “Lovecraftian coming-of-age” graphic novel. “Being a teenager isn’t easy – especially after you learn you carry the bloodline of Lovecraft’s Great Old Ones in your veins.” Thus begins a new graphic novel of Calla Tafali who finds herself mixed up in “the family business”. $12.99

New Graphic Novels

Gary Gianni – Monstermen and Other Scary Stories tpb (Dark Horse 2017) Contains five MonsterMen stories written and illustrated by Gianni as well as 2 William Hope Hodgson, 1 Clark Ashton Smith, 1 Robert E. Howard and 1 Percival Landon story with Gianni artwork. A great package. $19.99

Hamish Steele – Pantheon : The True Story of the Egyptian Deities tpb (Nobrow 2017) Graphic novel re-telling of the gods of Egypt. “Warning: Pantheon contains incest, decapitation, suspicious salad, fighting hippos, lots of scorpions and a golden willy”. Possibly not to be taken seriously?

New Film, Televisions, and Media-related Books & Magazines

Rue Morgue : The Weird World of H.P. Lovecraft TPB A look at all-things Lovecraft; books by and about, anthologies of Mythos Stories, popular culture references and much, much more. $14.95

Rue Morgue #177 Horror magazine with The Evil Within, Death Line (Raw Meat), news and reviews. $9.95

Used & Rare Hardcovers and Trade Paperbacks

Chizmar, Richard – Midnight Promises 1st Ed. HC (Gauntlet 1996) Collection of Horror. 500 copies SIGNED by the author, Ed Gorman (intro), and Ray Garton (afterword). Near fine in jacket. $25.00

Houarner, Gerard – A Blood of Killers ARC – TPB (Necro 2009) Horror collection. Advance Readers Copy (ARC). VG; fold on back cover. $6.00

Lebbon, Tim – After the War : Two Tales of Noreela 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2008) Two SF novellas. SIGNED of an unspecified number. Fine in jacket. $20.00

Linzner, Gordon – The Spy Who Drank Blood 1st Ed. TPB (Space & Time 1984) Cross-genre novel. Vampires/Spies. SIGNED, generically inscribed “Here’s Blood in Your Eye”. VG; edge browning. $10.00

Meloy, Paul – Dogs With Their Eyes Shut 1st Ed. HC (PS 2013) SF novella. Fine without jacket as issued. $8.00

Quinn, Seabury – The Horror on the Links ARC tpb (Nightshade 2017) Advance Reading Copy of the first book in the collected Jules de Grandin stories. Fine. $15.00

Smith, Clark Ashton – Selected Letters of CAS 1st Ed. HC (Arkham House 2003) Letters by Smith to such authors as August Derleth, H.P. Lovecraft, Donald Wandrei, Robert Barlow from 1911 to 1961. Fine in jacket. $50.00

Anthologies – Used & Rare Hardcover and Trade Paperback

Kilpatrick, Nancy(ed) – Evolve : Vampire Stories of the New Undead tpb (Edge 2010) All new Vampire stories from Canada. VG; teeth marks (cat) on cover corners. $6.00

Tan, Charles A. (ed) – Lauriat : A Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction Anthology tpb (Lethe Press 2012) Fine. $5.00

– Advance Readers Copy of above. Fine. $5.00

Skipp, John / Spector, Craig(ed) – Book of the Dead 1st Ed. HC (Mark Ziesing 1989) Anthology of Zombie stories based on George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead movies. Campbell, King, Laymon, Schow, Tem, and many others. Fine in jacket. $20.00

The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide to Eccentric & Discredited Diseases 1st Ed. HC (Nightshade 2003) Neil Gaiman, Michael Moorcock, China Mieville and many others contribute. Near fine in jacket. $15.00

Used and Rare Paperbacks

Asimov, Isaac – The Rest of the Robots (Pyramid 1966) Collection of eight stories originally presented in HC with more stories. VG. $5.00

Bulmer, Kenneth – Kandar 1st Ed. (Paperback Library 1969) Sword & Sorcery Fantasy. Jeff Jones cover. PBO. VG; price stamp on cover. $5.00

Carter, Lin – Time War 1st(Dell 1974) Space Fantasy novel. Frazetta cover. PBO. VG. $5.00

Carter, Lin – Tower at the Edge of Time 1st (Belmont/Tower 1972) Sword and Sorcery Fantasy novel. PBO. VGF. $5.00

Carter, Lin – Under the Green Star 1st. (DAW 30 1972) Fantasy novel a la Edgar Rice Burroughs. VG. $5.00

Carter, Lin – When the Green Star Calls 3rd print (DAW 62 1973) Fantasy novel; 2nd of series. VG; interior browning. $5.00

Carter, Lin – By the Light of the Green Star 1st (DAW 110 1974) Fantasy novel; 3rd of series. PBO. VG; interior browning. $5.00

Carter, Lin – The Warrior of World’s End 1st (DAW 125 1974) Science/Fantasy novel. First of the Godwane series. PBO. VGF. $5.00

Carter, Lin – The Immortal at World’s End 1st (DAW 210 1976) Science/Fantasy novel. Third of series. PBO. VGF. $5.00

Carter, Lin – Quest of Kadji 1st Ed (Belmont 1971) Sword & Sorcery Fantasy. Jeff Jones cover. VG. $5.00

Dowdell, Del – Warlord of Ghandor 1st (DAW 253 1977) Fantasy novel. Don Maitz cover. PBO. VGF. $5.00

Farmer, Philip Jose / Rosny, J. H. – Iron Castle 1st. (DAW 187 1976) Fantasy novel by Rosny, translated and retold by Farmer. VGF. $5.00

Hall, Austin – The Spot of Life 1st (Ace F-318 1964) SF novel. PBO. VG. $5.00

Long, Frank Belknap – Space Station #1 (Ace D-544 1962) SF novel. VG. $5.00

Moore, C. L. – Jirel of Joiry 1st (Paperback Library 1969) Sword & Sorcery Fantasy with a rare female lead character. Pulp reprints. VG. $5.00

Piper, H. Beam – Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen (Ace F-342 1965) Alternate Universe SF novel. VG. $5.00

Pohl, Frederik / Kornbluth, C. M. – The Space Merchants 1st Ed. (Ballantine 21 1953) Classic SF novel. Published in hardcover and paperback simultaneously. This is the PB issue. VG; tiny color chip near upper right head. A very sharp copy. $20.00

Pollata, Nick – Bureau 13 1st (Ace 1991) Bureau 13 is the FBI’s branch that takes care of the difficult cases – you, know, Ghosts, Vampires, Mutants, Demons and Bunnies. No, I made up the Bunnies part. “Mission Improbable” funny. PBO. Near fine. $6.00

(Sherlock Holmes) Mitchelson, Austin/ Utechin, Nicholas – Hellbirds 1st Ed. (Belmont Tower 1976) Sherlock Holmes and Watson adventure. Scarce. PBO. Ken Barr cover. VG.$8.00

(Sherlock Holmes) Mitchelson, Austin/ Utechin, Nicholas – The Earthquake Machine 1st Ed. (Belmont Tower 1976) Sherlock Holmes and Watson adventure. Scarce. PBO. Ken Barr cover. VG.$8.00

Wollheim, Donald A. – The Secret of the Ninth Planet (Paperback Library 1965) SF/Adventure novel. VG. $5.00

Wollheim, Donald A. – The Secret of the Martian Moons (Tempo 1963) SF / Adventure novel. VG. $5.00

Used and Rare Magazines (Digests unless otherwise stated)

Jan. 1956 Budrys, Sturgeon, Herbert (serial). VG; split on spine. $6.00
Feb. 1956 Heinlein (Double Star serial), Anvil, Clifton. VG. $6.00
Mar. 1956 Heinlein (Double Star serial), Budrys, Leinster. Near fine.$6.00
Apr. 1956 Heinlein (Double Star serial), Asimov, Budrys. Near fine. $6.00
May 1956 Robert Silverberg, Raymond Jones. Near fine. $6.00
Oct. 1956 Asimov (Naked Sun serial), Budrys, Silverberg. Near fine. $6.00
Nov. 1956 Schmitz, Garrett, Asimov, Bretnor, Silverberg. VG; light crease. $6.00
Jan. 1957 Blish, Russell, Anderson, Correy. VGF; small corner fold. $6.00
Feb. 1957 H. Beam Piper, Blish, Budrys, Stanley Mullen. Near fine. $6.00
Mar. 1957 Poul Anderson, Mark Clifton, Garrett/ Silverberg. Near fine. $6.00
Apr. 1957 Poul Anderson, Christopher Anvil, Kate Wilhelm. Near fine. $6.00

Bones of the Children #1 (Full Size mag/ 1996) Horror mag with Steve Rasnic Tem, Yvonne Navarro, John Shirley, many others. Interview w/Poppy Brite. VGF. $5.00

Post Mortem #4 (2006) Fiction by David Niall Wilson, Jeff Strand, John Little, others. Feature article on Freddy Krueger. Art, reviews & more. Near fine. $5.00

September CHEAP READS SALE All of these titles are as new and all are only FIVE BUCKS.
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Gill Ainsworth/Frank Haubold – Seasons of Insanity tpb (Apex 2012) 13 Horror stories.
Poppy Z. Brite – Exquisite Corpse 1st Ed. HC (Simon & Schuster 1996) Hardcore Horror.
Charles de Lint – Memory & Dream 1st Ed. HC (Tor 1994) Fantasy novel.
John Farris – Fiends 1st Ed. HC (Dark Harvest 1990) Horror novel. SIGNED.
Michael Moorcock – The City in the Autumn Stars 1st Ed. HC (Grafton UK 1996)
Stephen Mark Rainy – Other Gods trp (Dark Regions 2008) 16 Horror stories. SIGNED.
Michael Reaves – The Night People tpb (Babbage Press 2005) 12 Horror/Fantasy stories.
Vernor Vinge – The Peace War 1st Ed. HC (Bluejay 1984) Hard SF Award-winning novel.


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