By Stephen King
US First Edition, First Printing (Doubleday, 1974). Adapted to cinema on several occasions; the first adaptation being two years after publication in 1976. Publisher's original maroon cloth and dust jacket. Some light rubbing to tips of spine and corners of dust jacket. A superb, near fine example of the author's first novel. All expected true first edition features are present: - Dust jacket price is $5.95 - The book is full bound in maroon cloth - Paste-downs and front and rear endpapers are black - 'First Edition' is printed on the copyright page - 'P6' is printed in the inner margin of page 199.
The Alexandria Quartet
By Lawrence Durrell
Limited, First Edition, First Printing of Justine, Balthazar, Mountolive and Clea all in one volume (Faber and Faber, 1962). One of 500 copies signed by the author, of which this is number 406. Slipcase has some wear to edges and extremities. Book is near fine in original acetate jacket with slightly sunned spine, as is common.
Of Mice and Men
By John Steinbeck
US First Edition and First Impression with "pendula" on page 9, and a bullet between the numbers on page 88, which were removed from later printings. (New York: Covici Friede, 1937). One of only 2,500 copies printed in 1937. 8vo, publisher's beige cloth, front cover and spine stamped in black and orange; spine darkened with insect damage; corners bumped; dust jacket, price-clipped with a little soiling to rear panel and closed tear to front panel; spine panel and folds tanned with some edgewear.