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Garden City: Doubleday, 1968. 228 pages. 8vo, black cloth, dust wrapper; wrapper lightly soiled with a 2" tear at top edge, small tears and wear at folds. Doubleday: Garden City, (1968). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good wrapper. Inscribed by Asimov on title page: "To [...] with superlatives Isaac Asimov 9 OCt 79"
New York: A Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1985. NUMBERS 1-6. 8vo, pictorial wrappers; No. 2 is dampstained throughout in the outer margins. New York: A Harvest/HBJ Book, 1985-1986. Books are very good(+) excepting No. 2 which is dampstained. Features pieces by John Le Carre, Raymond Chandler, Georges Simenon, and others.
Royal Oak, Michigan: Jan Burke, 1997. One tipped in black-and-white plate by Phil Parks, tipped in color photographic frontis of author. Introduction by Michael Connelly. 34pp., slim 8vo, printed yellow silk moire with inlaid plate on front cover, decorative endpapers; very minor rubbing. Royal Oak, Michigan: Jan Burke, (1997). Internally fine, a near fine copy. 14 of 200 numbered copies, signed by the author, Tim Burke, Michael Connelly and Phil Parks.
1936. T.L.S. 8vo. 1 page, on personal stationary, Guildford, Surry, July 16th 1936. Written to fellow mystery writer Dennis Wheatley, thanking him for his gift of a copy of "Murder Off Miami". In part: "...The splendor of your idea for the book overwhelms me. It really is a quite thrilling scheme and I am sure will meet with enormous success. The execution also seems to me entirely worthy of the idea. The reproductions are extraordinarily good. Please accept my hearty.....