New York: Mystery Writers of America, Inc., [no date - 1981?]. Photocopied sheets stapled in upper left hand corner. 5pp. Slight age-toning, near fine.
New York: Armchair Detective, 1982. First edition. A small bump to the top front corner else fine in wrappers.
New York: The Armchair Detective, 1994. First edition. Fine in pictorial wrappers. Interview with James Crumley.
London: Allied Newspapers, . Blue cloth with black decoration and letters on front and spine. Gutter cracked, endpapers foxed, spine lightly faded, else very good. Featuring stories by: Ruby M. Ayres, J.S. Fletcher, E. Phillips Oppenheim, Baroness Orczy, Dorothy Sayers, Edgar Wallace, and many others.
Brackenridge, Pennsylvania: Calabash Inc., 1983. First edition. Near fine in stapled wrappers with a light stain on the rear wrap. 47 pages.
Toronto: Bootmakers of Toronto, 1984. Pamphlet. Volume 8. Number 1. Fine in stapled wrappers.
Toronto: Bootmakers of Toronto, 1984. Pamphlet. Volume 8. Number 2. Fine in stapled wrappers.
Toronto: Bootmakers of Toronto, 1985. Volume 9. Number 2. Fine in stapled wrappers.
Toronto: Bootmakers of Toronto, 1985. Volume 9. Number 1. Fine in stapled wrappers.
Toronto: Bootmakers of Toronto, 1985. Volume 8. Number 4. Fine in stapled wrappers.
Toronto: Bootmakers of Toronto, 1984. Volume 7. Number 3. Fine in stapled wrappers.
Toronto: Bootmakers of Toronto, 1984. Volume 7. Number 4. Fine in stapled wrappers.
Toronto: Bootmakers of Toronto, 1985. Pamphlet. Volume 8. Number 3. Fine in stapled wrappers.
New York: President Press, (1937). First edition. Volumes II and III only. Very good in red cloth with black stamping, lightly faded spines, small bumps at the corners and spine ends, lacking a dustwrapper.
London: John Creasey, 1959. First edition. Very good with lightly bumped corners, a little wrinkling on the spine, in pictorial wrappers. Contributors include Dorothy Sayers, John Creasey, Kyle Hunt, Laurence Hazard, others.
New York: Bantam, 1991. First edition. Advance Sampler. Fine in wrappers. Excerpts from The Getaway Blues by William Murray, Well-Schooled in Murder by Elizabeth George, A Suitable Vengeance by Elizabeth George, Prowlers and Tony's Justice by Eugene Izzi, Whiskey River and Motown by Loren D. Estleman, To Speak For the...
Seymour: Fading Shadows, Inc., 1997. Volume 16. Number 6. Some fading around the edges, else fine in stapled wrappers.
New York: The Gramophone Shop, 1930. Small octavo. 214pp. Printed gray wrappers. Offsetting from small clipping on two facing pages, else very near fine.
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1951. First edition. Pages age-toned, spine faded, cloth has a few smudges, owner's name on front fly, else very good, lacking the dustwrapper.
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1951. First edition. Very good with a slightly cocked spine, spine is faded boards are lightly faded, light edgewear, in a good dustwrapper with a darkened spine, a two inch tear at the top of the spine, some soiling.
(New York): William Morrow & Compa`ny, (1952-1954. Oblong bradbound card covers with printed label. Inside the folder are seven dust jackets for Mill-Morrow mysteries encapsulated in clear plastic sleeves. All the jackets are fine with the publication date of each book stamped onto the front flap of the jacket. The.....
Laminated folder containing publicity information and stills from the Jim Johnston film Blue DeVille starring rocker Joe Lynn Turner, Jennifer Runyon, Kimberley Pistone and Mark Thomas Miller. Fine.
London: Octopus Books Limited, (1988). Reprint. Some scuffing on the endpapers, else fine in fine dustwrapper.
Pleasantville, New York: Readers Digest Association, (1986). First edition. Near fine with some age-toning to the pages, in a near fine dustwrapper with light edgewear. Includes stories by Margery Allingham, Dorothy Macardle, Robert Louis Stevenson, Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo, and Cornell Woolrich.
Arlington Heights, Illinois: DARk Harvest, 1991. First edition. Introduction by Bill Pronzini. Fine in a fine dustwrapper.