Boston, MA: Gregg Press, 1979. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Tight, bright and unmarred. DJ shows light shelf/edge wear (focused at tips), else bright and clean. Navy cloth boards, decorative endpages. Small 8vo. 181pp. Item #1629
New York: Random House, 1997. First Edition. Hardcover. Second novel (sequal to The Alienist). Very minor shelf/edge wear, else tight, bright and unmarred. DJ shows minimal shelf/edge wear, else bright and clean. 8vo. 650pp. Item #367
London: Robert Hale, 1983 . First British Edition. Hardcover. Rather handsome copy of this first British edition. Touch of toning at text block edges, else tight, bright and unmarred. DJ shows minor shelf wear, touch of toning at flap edges, else bright and clean. Black textured paper boards, sliver gilt... Item #3163
Max Brödel:. 1870-1941, Director of the First Department of Art as Applied to Medicine in the World.
Hardcover. "Reprinted from Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, Vol. 33, No. 1, January, 1945" (from front wrap). A handsome copy of this somewhat uncommon volume. Light self wear, two soft creases, small, closed tear at head, toning at edges of wraps, else tight, bright and unmarred. Blue paper wraps... Item #2488
New York: Otto Penzler Books, 1994. First Edition. Hardcover. The author's first novel, the first in the Lewis Cole mystery series. Very minor shelf wear, top of spine very slightly cocked, else tight, bright and unmarred. DJ shows minor shelf wear, else bright and clean. Teal cloth boards, mustard paper... Item #3216
Wreck the Halls:. A Home Repair Is Homicide Mystery.
New York: Bantam Books, 2001. First Edition. Hardcover. "When ex-Wall Streeter Jacobia "Jake" Tiptree bought a charming 1823 fixer-upper in tiny Eastport, Maine, she figured she'd also bought herself a tranquil, stress-free life. But Jake soon learned that appearances can be deceiving, and that even small towns have their share... Item #1765
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1988. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Reprint of a short novel originally published in Liberty Magazine in 1933. Charming Art Deco inspired dustjacket designed by Chip Kidd. Short essay by Robert Parker. This was the basis for a long forgotten little R.K.O. film of the same... Item #2178
New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1945. First Edition. Hardcover. Mystery set aboard a train on a trip from Los Angeles to Chicago. Otto Penzler was the proprietor of The Mysterious Bookshop in New York City. He was the publisher of The Armchair Detective, founder of The Mysterious Press, founder... Item #1879
New York: Scribner's, 1956. First Edition. Hardcover. Author's third novel. Her first, "Go, Lovely Rose," won an Edgar in 1954 (best first crime novel). Very minimal shelf wear, else tight, bright and unmarred. DJ shows light shelf/edge wear, small, closed tear near heel with related crease, else bright and clean... Item #3225
Shadows on the Coast of Maine:. An Antique Print Mystery.
New York: Scribners, 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. A pristine, signed copy of this wonderful Maine mystery. Tight, bright and unmarred. DJ bright and clean. Quarterbound, mauve paper spine, cream paper boards, gilt lettering. Small 8vo. 281pp. Signed by author. Xerox of reviews and pr materials laid in. Item #2339