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SERPICO
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SERPICO

by Maas, Peter; Serpico, Frank

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9780061012143 / 0061012149
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New York: HarperPaperbacks, 1997. Later edition. Very good plus.. First HarperPaperbacks edition of this profile of the legendary NYPD whistleblower, adapted into the Oscar-nominated Al Pacino film - inscribed by subject Frank Serpico. SERPICO was an instant bestseller upon its release in 1973 and was immediately followed by the acclaimed movie of the same name released the same year. Determined to see justice even in the face of violence from his colleagues, Frank Serpico's efforts to curb police corruption continue to resonate in the 21st century. Copies signed by Serpico are uncommon. 7'' x 4''. Original color pictorial wrappers. 404 pages. Inscribed by Serpico to half-title page "Carole / Best wishes / Frank Serpico." Wrapper with light edgewear, faint crease to spine. Leaves with a touch of toning to margins. Firm.
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SQUEAKER'S LONG LEGS
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SQUEAKER'S LONG LEGS

by Maben

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London: Frederick Warne, 1941. Very good plus in very good jacket.. First edition, in which Squeaker, the pig who wears pajamas, discovers how to walk on stilts in order to retrieve his errant kite. 8.5'' x 6.75''. Original pictorial boards. In original, soiled dust jacket. Includes full-page color lithographs by the author.
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SHIP
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SHIP

by Macaulay, David

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9780395745182 / 0395745187
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1993. Near fine with near fine proof.. First softcover edition of the unexpectedly exciting story of the construction and archaeological recovery of a 15th-century caravel SHIP, with partial proof likely issued as a promotional item. David Macaulay is known for his ability to deconstruct complex structures, whether they are buildings, stories, or even the human body. With a degree in architecture from RISD and a love of machines of all kinds, it's easy to spot his inspiration for his beloved children's books. Macaulay has earned a variety of awards for his work, including a Caldecott Medal, a MacArthur Fellowship, and was twice a nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. 11.75'' x 7'' (book); 12'' x 8'' (proof). Original color pictorial wrappers. Illustrated in color and black and white. 96 pages. Proof laid into original color pictorial dust jacket. Proof illustrated in color; unpaginated, [8] leaves. Proof jacket with a hint of edgewear, a couple tiny spots… Read More
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BAAA
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BAAA

by Macaulay, David

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9780395389485 / 0395389488
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1985. Fine in very good plus dust jacket.. Signed first printing of this rather dark parable of civilization and greed (with a side of cannibalism), as played out by sheep after the last human disappears. David Macaulay is known for his ability to deconstruct complex structures, whether they are buildings, stories, or even the human body. With a degree in architecture from RISD and a love of machines of all kinds, it's easy to spot his inspiration for his beloved children's books. Macaulay has earned a variety of awards for his work, including a Caldecott Medal, a MacArthur Fellowship, and was twice a nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. 8.5'' x 6.75''. Original black cloth binding. Original unclipped ($12.95) pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in black and white. 64 pages. Signed by Macaulay to title page. Jacket with mild edgewear, light bumping to corners and spine ends;.5" closed tear to rear. Book sharp and clean.
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BLACK AND WHITE

BLACK AND WHITE

by Macaulay, David

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9780395521519 / 0395521513
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1990. Fine in like jacket.. First edition, first printing of this Caldecott award winning story. Quarto. Original gray cloth backed boards. In original dust jacket. Illustrated in full color by the author.
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GREAT MOMENTS IN ARCHITECTURE
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GREAT MOMENTS IN ARCHITECTURE

by Macaulay, David

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9780395255001 / 0395255007
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1978. Near fine in very good plus dust jacket.. Signed first printing of this attractive book of architectural humor, including illustrations of the "Tour-i-fell" and theoretical uses for vinyl siding. David Macaulay is known for his ability to deconstruct complex structures, whether they are buildings, stories, or even the human body. With a degree in architecture from RISD and a love of machines of all kinds, it's easy to spot his inspiration for his beloved children's books. Macaulay has earned a variety of awards for his work, including a Caldecott Medal, a MacArthur Fellowship, and was twice a nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. 9'' x 12''. Original red cloth binding. Original unclipped ($15.95) pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in black and white. Signed by Macaulay to half title page. Jacket with light edgewear and one.25" closed tear, tiny price sticker to rear. Binding with one tiny spot of soil to front joint. Clean and solid.
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MOSQUE
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MOSQUE

by Macaulay, David

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9780618240340 / 0618240349
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2003. Fine in near fine dust jacket.. Signed first printing of this cultural and architectural history of the construction of an Ottoman mosque in the 16th century. David Macaulay is known for his ability to deconstruct complex structures, whether they are buildings, stories, or even the human body. With a degree in architecture from RISD and a love of machines of all kinds, it's easy to spot his inspiration for his beloved children's books. Macaulay has earned a variety of awards for his work, including a Caldecott Medal, a MacArthur Fellowship, and was twice a nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. 12'' x 8.75''. Original color pictorial boards. Original unclipped ($18.00) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in color. 96 pages, including glossary. Signed by Macaulay to half title page. Dust jacket with a hint of edgewear. A sharp copy.
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BUILDING THE BOOK CATHEDRAL
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BUILDING THE BOOK CATHEDRAL

by Macaulay, David

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1999. Near fine in near fine dust jacket.. Signed first printing of the story of the construction of a book about the construction of a building - a delightfully self-referential look back on David Macaulay's development of the Caldecott Medal-winning CATHEDRAL. David Macaulay is known for his ability to deconstruct complex structures, whether they are buildings, stories, or even the human body. With a degree in architecture from RISD and a love of machines of all kinds, it's easy to spot his inspiration for his beloved children's books. Macaulay has earned a variety of awards for his work, including a Caldecott Medal, a MacArthur Fellowship, and was twice a nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. 14'' x 10.25''. Original color pictorial boards. Original unclipped ($29.95) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in black and white. 112 pages. Signed by Macaulay to half title page. Jacket with bump to lower front corner, shallow crease to rear joint. Binding… Read More
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ANGELO
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ANGELO

by Macaulay, David

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9780618168262 / 0618168265
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2002. Fine in near fine dust jacket.. First printing of this moving story of an old plasterer who begrudgingly adopts a pigeon as he works to restor the building on which she built her nest. David Macaulay is known for his ability to deconstruct complex structures, whether they are buildings, stories, or even the human body. With a degree in architecture from RISD and a love of machines of all kinds, it's easy to spot his inspiration for his beloved children's books. Macaulay has earned a variety of awards for his work, including a Caldecott Medal, a MacArthur Fellowship, and was twice a nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. 11'' x 8.25''. Original color pictorial boards. Original unclipped ($16.00) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in color. 48 pages. Dust jacket with a hint of edgewear, spine lightly sunned. Sharp and bright.
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THE LIGHT PRINCESS
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THE LIGHT PRINCESS

by MacDonald, George; Sendak, Maurice

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New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1969. Fine in near fine jacket.. First Sendak-illustrated edition of MacDonald's classic tale of a princess who learns to love a man more than she loves a lake. 7.5'' x 5''. Original blue cloth with elaborate gilt decoration. In original unclipped ($3.95) dust jacket. Hanrahan A71. Black and white illustrations by Sendak. 100 pages. Jacket spine sunned. Small price tag and faint traces of soil to rear jacket panel. Minor edgewear.
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MRS. PIGGLE-WIGGLE
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MRS. PIGGLE-WIGGLE

by Macdonald, Betty; Bennett, Richard

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Philadelphia and New York: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1947. Very good plus in very good jacket.. Scarce first edition of the first book in MacDonald's beloved midcentury series starring Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, reclusive loner and psychological manipulator extraordinaire. 8'' x 5.5''. Original bright blue pictorial cloth. Top edge tinted blue. In original unclipped ($2.00) pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated with color and line drawings by Bennett. 118, [2] pages. Light wear and bumping to boards. Light chipping and several small closed tears to jacket edges. Spine sunned. Light soil to rear jacket panel.
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EARLY MILLAR: The First Stories of Ross Macdonald & Margaret Millar
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EARLY MILLAR: The First Stories of Ross Macdonald & Margaret Millar

by Macdonald, Ross; [Millar, Kenneth]; Millar, Margaret; Sipper, Ralph B.

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Santa Barbara: Cordelia Editions, 1982. Near fine.. Limited first printing of these teenage works by two great mystery writers: a Sherlock Holmes pastiche by K. Millar (Ross Macdonald) and a psychological drama by M. (Sturm) Millar, both originally published in their high school magazine. 9.25'' x 6.25''. Original cream wrappers. In original blue dust jacket with paper title label. 10, [2] pages. Edition of 150 numbered copies; this copy no. 3. Light sunning to wrappers.
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ONE MONDAY WE KILLED THEM ALL
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ONE MONDAY WE KILLED THEM ALL

by MacDonald, John D.

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London: Robert Hale Limited, 1963. Very good plus in very good plus jacket.. Uncommon first UK edition of this noir thriller, originally published in paperback in 1961, with spectacular cover art by Barbara Walton. For this early-'60s crime novel, MacDonald reached into his inexhaustible well of very good titles and retrieved a particularly good one, even by his own high standards. ONE MONDAY WE KILLED THEM ALL is told in the first person by a hard-headed, close-mouthed, tender-hearted cop with a violent criminal for a brother-in-law and a woman he loves for a wife; in the end, enough brutal violence ensues to make even this most stoic of lone heroes willing to talk about his feelings. A classic of its kind. 7.75'' x 5''. Original dark brown cloth with silver-lettered spine. In original price-clipped pictorial dust jacket by Barbara Walton. 191, [1] pages. Light edgewear to boards, mild chipping to jacket extremities. A few spots of soil to rear endpapers and rear jacket panel.
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DUD DEAN YARNS
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DUD DEAN YARNS

by Macdougall, Arthur R.

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Bingham, ME: The Bingham Press, 1934. First edition (stated). Fine.. Uncommon limited edition of Macdougall's classic "fish-yarn lore of the upper Kennebec," with ten stories originally published in Field & Stream magazine and two original to this collection. 8'' x 5''. Original brown cloth with gilt-lettered spine. Lacking dust jacket. Edition of 900 copies; this copy numbered no. 85 in pen on front free endpaper. Lipppincott p. 7. 181, [1] pages. Initials R.C.M. in pen to front paste-down. Minor edgewear.
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TOMMY AND THE TELEPHONE

TOMMY AND THE TELEPHONE

by MacGregor, Ellen; Selover, Zabeth

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Chicago: Albert Whitman & Company, 1947. Fine.. First edition of this story about little Tommy who wants nothing more than to receive a telephone call. 9.25'' x 7''. Original green cloth with pictorial paste-on. Pictorial endpapers of phone lines spanning a colorful town. Illustrated in color and black and white. [32] pages. Small gift inscription to front flyleaf, dated "10-9-49." Just a touch of edgewear. Colors vibrant.
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THE THREE IMPOSTERS: or The Transmutations
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THE THREE IMPOSTERS: or The Transmutations

by Machen, Arthur; [Beardsley, Aubrey]

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London / Boston: John Lane / Roberts Bros, 1895. Near fine.. Unique copy of the first edition of Machen's impossibly eerie episodic novel, in an eerie handmade vernacular dust jacket, from the library of actor Wyndham Goldie. Published as no. XIX in John Lane's Keynotes series, THE THREE IMPOSTERS is a maze of horrors and nested narratives, replete with cultic murders, antique rituals, and obscure orgies, culminating in a dreadful scene from which Machen grudgingly consented, at the publisher's request, to remove the word "entrails." The arrest and trial of Oscar Wilde, with whom John Lane's publishing ventures were heavily associated in the press, inspired Lane's newfound timidity regarding frightful goings-on, graphically depicted; the remainder of the book's gruesome contents were, however, left uncensored. With the original painted jacket, striking example of book ownership intervention. 7.5'' x 4.75''. Original dark green and grey decorative cloth with gilt-lettered spine, designed by Aubrey… Read More
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CASANOVA'S ESCAPE FROM THE LEADS: An Excerpt From the Memoirs of Giacomo Casanova Di Seingalt
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CASANOVA'S ESCAPE FROM THE LEADS: An Excerpt From the Memoirs of Giacomo Casanova Di Seingalt

by Machen, Arthur; [Giacomo Casanova Di Seingalt]

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New York: Knopf, 1929. Very good plus in very good minus jacket.. Early Knopf Pocket Book edition, in the lovely and uncommon Art Deco jacket, of Casanova's account of his bold midnight escape from solitary confinement in 1750s Venice. 6.75'' x 4.25''. Original blue pictorial cloth stamped in black. In original unclipped ($1) illustrated dust jacket. 215, [1] pages. Jacket with sunning to spine and margins, large chip at top of front panel and other edgewear. Otherwise a sound, clean copy.
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ASSIGNMENT IN BRITTANY
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ASSIGNMENT IN BRITTANY

by MacInnes, Helen

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London: George G. Harrap, 1942. Very good plus in very good plus jacket.. True UK first edition, first printing of this World War II-era spy novel, written by a master of the espionage thriller. Married to an MI6 agent, MacInnes was a Scottish-American librarian-turned-novelist "with the Buchan touch" (Belfast Telegraph). This book, her second, follows a British undercover agent who has been dropped by plane into Nazi-occupied Brittany by night. Having taken on the identity of a French farmer, he must gather information to pass on the resistance in Mont Saint-Michel. Published in the middle of the war, this work was handed out by Allied officials as part of their training course for agents headed into undercover work in occupied France. It is common in contemporary but later printings, and quite scarce in the first printing. Octavo. 7.25'' x 5''. Original full brown cloth, spine lettered in white. In original unclipped (9') pictorial dust jacket. Yellow topstain. 322 pages. Spine lean. Jacket with a… Read More
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GISELE MACKENZIE PAPER DOLLS
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GISELE MACKENZIE PAPER DOLLS

by [MacKenzie, Gisele]

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Akron: Saalfield, 1958. Fine.. Original unused paper doll set modeled after the glamorous singer, actress, and radio star, bright and unused. These paper dolls bear more than a passing stylistic resemblance to the Barbie doll line that would hit the market the following year. A gorgeous example of a mid-century paper doll book. 14'' x 10.5''. Original color pictorial wrappers with perforated doll shapes, saddle-stapled. Illustrated in color. [4] leaves, printed one side only. One tiny spot of soil to front wrapper. Vibrant and intact.
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THE GUNS OF NAVARONE
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THE GUNS OF NAVARONE

by MacLean, Alistair

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London: Collins, 1957. First edition. Near fine in very good dust jacket.. First edition of this World War II tale of action and adventure, as three soldiers work to sabotage the guns wreaking havoc on their comrades; adapted into an Oscar-winning film. 8'' x 5.25''. Original blue cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine. Original unclipped (14s) color pictorial dust jacket. One map in black and white. 318 pages. Jacket with a bit of edgewear, light soil; long vertical closed tear to rear panel, repaired with thick tape to verso. Binding corners and spine ends lightly bumped. Bright overall.
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