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This page lists books by authors whose names range from A to D (currently Abbott to Durrell), as well as annonymous works whose titles range similarly.

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Names: A | B | C | D

Names E-K | Names L-R

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H-1000
[Abbott, Edwin A.] "A Square". Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1932. Fourth edition, revised. "With illustrations by the author ..." Original pictorial (map of Flatland) buff self-jacketed wrappers, soiled on front cover and badly waterstained on rear (not affecting contents; spine leaning. Ink name and 1945 date on half title; apart from a little foxing, contents clean and tight. A very good copy of this classic inter-dimensional fantasy.
$225


H-1001
Ackroyd, Peter. Milton in America. London: Sinclair-Stevenson, 1996. First edition. As new in dust jacket, signed by the author.
$55

H-1002
Adams, Richard. The Plague Dogs. London: Allen Lane in association with Rex Collings, 1977. First edition. "With illustrations and diagrams by A. Wainwright." A fine copy in original brown boards with black decorative vignettes and gilt lettering; vignettes now offsetting to inside of near fine pictorial dust jacket; jacket a bit creased at head of spine, and with tiny nick at lower rear hinge.
$25

H-1004
Albee, Edward. The Zoo Story. London: Samuel French, [n.d., ca.1960]. French's Acting Edition. Original tan wrappers (a trifle soiled) lettered in maroon, ink initials at top edge. Ink stamp on title page. A near fine copy.
$60

H-1006
Allison, J. Murray. The Five Black Cousins and Other Bird Rhymes. London: Jonathan Cape, 1924. First edition. "With decorations by John Austin." Postcard for Cape's Now & Then laid in. Original gilt-stamped cream cloth, slightly bumped at lower corners; endpapers age-toned where not covered by dust jacket. B/w pictorial (tree in field) dust jacket, now dusty overall and faintly creased along top edge. A near fine copy.
$20

H-1007
Ambler, Eric. The Intercom Conspiracy. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1969. Uncorrected proof copy. Decorated orange wrappers a bit dog-eared (lacks small piece at top front corner) and rubbed at (now leaning) spine. Ink name on half title; 2" stains at top and fore edges; rear fly leaf creased. Note: probable publication date indicated as "22 January 1970". An average copy.
$20

H-1008
Ambler, Eric. A Kind of Anger. London: Bodley Head, 1964. First edition. A fine copy in original bright blue boards. Very good pictorial dust jacket, lightly soiled on rear panel with corners bumped; 1" closed tear at bottom edge of front panel, with crease across lower corner.
$35

H-1010
Amis, Kingsley. The Old Devils. London: Hutchinson, 1986. First edition. Winner of the 1986 Booker Prize . A fine copy, in fine pictorial (the old devils) dust jacket, bumped at tail of spine.
$65

H-1012
Amis, Kingsley. One Fat Englishman. London: Gollancz, 1963. First edition. Fine copy, in distinctive yellow Gollancz dust jacket, very lightly soiled and unevenly tanned on front; a trifle nicked at spine ends.
$70

H-1013
Amis, Martin. Einstein's Monsters. London: Cape, 1987. First edition. Virtually as new in black pictorial dust jacket; margins of pages very slightly browned.
$35

H-1014
Amis, Martin. The Information. London: Flamingo, 1995. First edition, 1 of 376 copies signed by the author. Original black cloth with gilt-on-red spine titling and typewriter motif embossed on front cover; in publisher's slipcase. A small bump at lower spine end, else fine.
$250

H-1016
Amis, Martin. The Information. London: Flamingo, 1995. As new in dust jacket.
$20

H-1017
Amis, Martin. London Fields. London: Cape, 1989. First edition. A near fine copy in original grey boards barely showing a 1/4" fade line along the bottom edge. With near fine, white pictorial dust jacket slightly creased at top edge of front panel and with 1" tape repair inside fold of front flap.
$25

H-1018
Amis, Martin. The Moronic Inferno and Other Visits to America. London: Jonathan Cape, 1986. First edition. A fine copy in original black boards; red and black pictorial (NYC skyline) dust jacket, price-clipped and with publisher's £10.95 sticker on lower front flap.
$25

H-1019
Amis, Martin. Night Train. London: Cape, 1997. First edition. Signed by the author . As new, in colour pictorial dust jacket.
$65

Andrews, Captain W.D. The Lifeboat and Other Poems. Toronto: William Briggs, [n.d., ca.1889].

H-1021
Ashbee, C.R. Kingfisher Out of Egypt: A Dialogue In an English Garden. London: Oxford University Press; Humphrey Milford, 1934. #172 of 750 copies, printed at the Alcuin Press; illustrated with b/w photogravures. Blue and white decorative paper boards, with white parchment spine lettered in gilt, now a bit soiled; small stained scuff at lower front joint; corners slightly rubbed. Near fine.
$45

H-1023
Atwood, Margaret. Alias Grace. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1996. First edition. Fine in dust jacket. Short-listed for the 1996 Booker Prize.
$35

[Atwood, Margaret. Automatic Pension contained in] Duel. No.1 (Winter 1969). Montreal: Sir George Williams University, 1969.

H-1026
Atwood, Margaret. Bluebeard's Egg. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1983. First edition. Fine copy in price-clipped pictorial dust jacket, with just a hint of fading to spine.
$40

H-1027
Atwood, Margaret. Bodily Harm. [Toronto]: McClelland & Stewart, [1981]. [First edition]. Signed by the author. A fine copy in eggshell boards with purple spine, a trifle rubbed at ends; cream pictorial dust jacket, spine lettering bit sunned and a trifle rubbed on rear panel, with very minor bumping at corners.
$75

H-1028
[----- Another copy]. This one not signed. Dust jacket panels a touch rubbed, but spine virtually unfaded. Fine.
$30

H-1030
Atwood, Margaret. Dancing Girls and Other Stories. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1977. [First edition]. Original charcoal boards, lettered in gilt; just a hint of age-toning to page edges. Black pictorial dust jacket also toned at edges; with usual "wrinkling" of lamination (publication fault). A near fine copy.
$35

H-1032
Atwood, Margaret. Good Bones. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1992. [First edition]. Fine copy in original orange boards, titles in black; full colour pictorial dust jacket.
$20

H-1035
Atwood, Margaret. The Handmaid's Tale. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1985. [First edition]. Original two-toned cloth fine, clean and tight. Very good cream pictorial dust jacket price-clipped, with minor dusting; small chip lacking from top spine corner of front panel, with accompanying short closed tear.
$30

H-1038
Atwood, Margaret. Lady Oracle. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1976. First edition. Original pinkish-red cloth, with contents clean and crisp, fine. Near fine black pictorial (tightrope walker) dust jacket, now a bit worn at corners and spine ends, and with two short closed tears at extremities.
$30

H-1039
Atwood, Margaret. Lady Oracle. London: Andre Deutsch, 1977. First UK edition. Buff boards with tiny "ding" at bottom edge; ownership name and date on front endpaper; contents age-toned. Dark blue pictorial (nested Russian dolls) dust jacket, slightly rubbed at one corner; rear panel age-toned along top edge. A fine copy.
$50

H-1040
Atwood, Margaret. Life Before Man. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1979. [First edition]. Signed by the author. Maroon boards with black cloth spine, now a touch faded along lower adge of front cover; neat ink name on front endpaper; textblock leaning slightly. Black pictorial dust jacket a bit worn at spine ends; 1/4" chip lacking from top front panel; a few scratches to rear panel. A very good copy.
$50

H-1041
Atwood, Margaret. Morning in the Burned House. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1995. First edition. "New poems." A fine copy in dark plum boards with author's facsimile signature on front; price-clipped pictorial dust jacket.
$15

H-1042
Atwood, Margaret. Negotiating with the Dead: A Writer on Writing. Cambridge [UK]: Cambridge University Press, 2002. First edition. Signed by the author. As new, in original green boards and matching cloth spine, and pictorial (Mortality Cubes by M. Gartner) dust jacket.
$60

H-1043
[----- Another copy]. This one not signed. Fine.
$20

H-1046
Atwood, Margaret. Oryx and Crake. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2003. First edition. Signed by the author. As new, in original dark grey boards and pictorial (parched earth) dust jacket. Short-listed for the 2003 Booker Prize.
$75

H-1047
Atwood, Margaret. Oryx and Crake. London: Bloomsbury, 2003. First UK edition. Signed by the author. As new, in original striking pink spotted (lips) lime-green pictorial boards and pictorial (low-resolution face) dust jacket. Short-listed for the 2003 Booker Prize.
$75

H-1049
Atwood, Margaret. The Robber Bride. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1993. First edition. Top edge of both volume and pictorial dust jacket a little rubbed and creased. A near fine copy.
$25

H-1050
Atwood, Margaret. The Robber Bride. London: London Limited Editions, 1993. One "of 150 numbered copies of the First [UK] Edition", signed by the author on the half-title. Specially bound in half-cloth and marbled boards, with original glassine dust jacket. Fine.
$95

H-1051
Atwood, Margaret. The Robber Bride. London: Bloomsbury, 1993. First UK edition. A fine copy; in original black boards; striking pictorial dust jacket with just the slightest hint of rubbing at edges.
$30

H-1053
Atwood, Margaret. Surfacing. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1972. "First U.S. Printing." In original blue boards and matching cloth spine, with author's facsimile signature on front cover; faint spots on top and fore edges. Cream pictorial dust jacket with a hint of age-toning; light creasing near top of spine; very faint 1" line on front panel. A near fine copy.
$15

H-1054
Atwood, Margaret. Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature. Toronto: Anansi, 1972. Second issue (printed by T.H. Best, with blurbs on rear panel of dust jacket). Original black boards with shallow 1/2" dent to rear cover. Black, red and white dust jacket faintly surface rubbed, more so at edges; tail of spine creased; 1" closed tear to bottom of rear panel. A near fine copy of this, "the most startling book ever written about Canadian literature" (cf. dust jacket blurb).
$25

H-1056
Atwood, Margaret. Wilderness Tips. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1991. [First edition]. Original dull teal boards, lettered in gilt; spine ends bumped. Colour pictorial dust jacket. Inscribed in French by the author in the year of publication. Near fine.
$75

H-1057
[----- Another copy]. This one signed on half-title. A fine copy.
$75

H-1059
Ayckbourn, Alan. Joking Apart ... London: Chatto & Windus, 1979. First edition. Fine copy in dust jacket, lightly soiled on back panel and very slightly creased at top of spine and upper right corner of front panel.
$40

H-1060
Ayckbourn, Alan. The Norman Conquests: A Trilogy of Plays. London: Chatto & Windus, 1975. First edition. Fine copy in pictorial dust jacket, with a touch of creasing along top edge.
$60

H-1061
Ayckbourn, Alan. Sisterly Feelings & Taking Steps. London: Chatto & Windus, 1981. First edition. A fine copy in near fine price-clipped bright yellow dust jacket printed in black and red, with three small closed tears (two on rear panel, one on front) along top edge.
$50

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H-1062
Barker, George. A Vision of Beasts. London: Faber and Faber, 1954. First edition. From the Faber Poetry Series. A particularly fine, fresh copy; in the original off-white cloth lettered in red. Red and black on green decorative dust jacket, with yellow "Poetry Book Society" wrap-around band. Poetry Book Society Bulletin, no.2, 1954, including "personal" note by the author, laid in.
$45


H-1063
Barker, Pat. Another World. London: Viking, 1998. First edition. As new in dust jacket, signed by the author.
$75

H-1064
[----- Another copy]. This one not signed; as new
$25

H-1065
Barker, Pat. Border Crossing. London: Viking, 2001. First edition. In pictorial dust jacket; as new.
$25

H-1066
[----- Another copy]. This one signed by the author; as new
$75

H-1068
Barker, Pat. The Man Who Wasn't There. London: Virago Press, 1989. [First edition]. A fine copy in near fine pictorial dust jacket, the latter with slight bleeding from red boards onto inside bottom edge of jacket, not affecting volume.
$40

H-1070
Barnes, Julian. Cross Channel. London: Cape, 1996. First edition. As new in dust jacket, signed by the author.
$65

H-1071
[----- Another copy]. This one not signed. As new.
$30

H-1073
Barnes, Julian. England, England. London: Cape, 1998. First edition. As new in pictorial (jigsaw pattern) dust jacket, signed by the author . Short-listed for the 1998 Booker Prize.
$65

H-1077
Barnes, Julian. The Porcupine. London: Cape, 1992. First edition. A fine copy in like dust jacket, signed by the author.
$65

H-1078
Barnes, Julian. Staring at the Sun. London: Cape, 1986. First edition. A fine copy, a touch bumped at corners; near fine pictorial dust jacket also bumped and surface rubbed, with faint surface scoring on rear panel.
$65

H-1079
Barnes, Julian. Talking It Over. London: Cape, 1991. First edition. A fine copy in like dust jacket; a trifle dusty at top edge; signed by the author.
$65

H-1080
Barnes, Linda J. Blood Will Have Blood. New York: Avon Books, 1982. First Avon printing. Fine copy in original pictorial wrappers, inscribed by the author . The first Michael Spraggue mystery.
$35

H-1081
Barnes, Linda J. Bitter Finish. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1983. First edition. As new in dust jacket, inscribed by the author .
$35

H-1082
Batchelder, Ann. East of Bridgewater and Other Poems. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1943. First edition. "Foreword by Bruce Gould." A fine copy in publisher's decorated boards. Near fine brown and blue decorated dust jacket now very lightly sunned and a touch dusty; small chip loose at top rear yet still present.
$15

H-1083
Bates, H.E. The Seekers. London: John and Edward Bumpus, 1926. [First edition]. Author's contemporary presentation inscription* dated Christmas 1926 on front endpaper. Slim volume in original grey-blue boards, with decoratively bordered gilt titling on front; a hint of age-toning to top of boards and faded along spine; covers a bit splayed; edges lightly foxed; pages clean and tight. A near fine copy.
Privately printed for Christmas, 1926, when Bates was working in the Bumpus bookshop.

*Inscription reads:
"Mary B. Haywood,
chiefly to remind her of
those long, [word scribbled out] short, and
always charming conversations
she sometimes held in the
autumn mornings of this year
        with
                     H.E. Bates
Christmas                     1926"
$275

H-1086
Beckett, Samuel. All That Fall: A Play for Radio. London: Faber and Faber, 1957. First edition. Original pictorial pink, black and pale blue wrappers very lightly sunned near spine; faint foxing to endpapers; archival tape repair to short tear at lower edge of pp. 25/6 (not affecting text). A very good copy.
$70

H-1087
Beckett, Samuel. Dream of Fair to Middling Women. Dublin: Black Cat Press, 1992. First edition. A fine copy in original green-decorated blue cloth; with near fine, slightly surface-rubbed, dust jacket.
$25

Max Beerbohm
Bibliographical references are to A Bibliography of the Works of Max Beerbohm.
[by] A.E. Gallatin & L.M. Oliver. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1952.


H-1089
Beerbohm, Max. And Even Now. London: Heinemann, 1920. [First edition]. Original yellow cloth, now sunned at and near spine; lightly and unevenly soiled overall; corners bumped; small beige paint marks on spine; paper spine label and endpapers browned. Small bookseller's label on rear pastedown; contents otherwise tight, bright and clean. A very good copy. (Gallatin & Oliver , 15)
$22


H-1092
Beerbohm, Max. The Incomporable Max: A Collection of the Writings of ... New York: Dodd, Mead, 1962. [First US edition]. A fine copy in original cloth bright and clean, small bookplate on front pastedown, bookseller's label on rear. Near fine pictorial dust jacket with three short closed tears at top edge. A near fine copy.
$20

H-1093
Beerbohm, Max. Letters to Reggie Turner. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1964. [First edition]. Edited by Rupert Hart-Davis. A fine copy in original cloth; very lightly soiled and a touch creased at top of spine. Small bookplate on front pastedown, bookseller's label on rear.
$50

H-1094
Beerbohm, Max. Max's Nineties: Drawings 1892-1899. [London]: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1958. [First edition]. "With an Introduction by Osbert Lancaster." A collection of caricatures selected by Beerbohm, many never before published in book form, gathered from various contemporary sources. In original decorative boards with burgundy cloth spine; corners bumped; small bookplate on front pastedown, bookseller's label on rear. Pictorial dust jacket creased at corners and top edge; 3" surface abrasion on rear panel; small nicks at spine ends; pea-sized hole at centre spine, affecting lettering; lightly soiled overall. A near fine copy.
$45

H-1095
Beerbohm, Max. Observations. London: Heinemann, 1925. First edition. Colour frontispiece and numerous other tissue guarded b/w portrait plates (including George Bernard Shaw and Lytton Strachey). A fine copy in original bright yellow cloth, a touch faded on spine; small bookplate inside front cover. Plain printed dust jacket chipped and a bit worn at spine ends and corners; somewhat soiled. Overall a near fine copy. (Gallatin & Oliver , 24)
$175

H-1096
Beerbohm, Max. Seven Men. London: William Heinemann, 1919. [First edition]. Original royal blue cloth, with simple gilt lettering bright on cover but a touch dulled on now darkened spine; corners bumped and spine ends rubbed. Pages age-toned; 1919 gift inscription on front endpaper; 4 pp. publisher's ads at rear. A near fine copy. (Gallatin & Oliver , 13)
$50

H-1097
Beerbohm, Max. A Survey. London: Heinemann, 1921. [First edition]. Original gilt lettered red cloth, now sunned on spine and edges of front; corners and spine ends with a hint of wear. Small bookplate on front pastedown, bookseller's label on rear; endpapers browning; contents otherwise fine. Caricatures include Churchill, Lloyd George, Shaw, and Woodrow Wilson. A near fine copy. (Gallatin & Oliver , 17)
$125

H-1099
Beerbohm, Max. Things New and Old. London: Heinemann, 1923. First edition. Colour frontispiece and numerous other tissue guarded portrait b/w plates (including Queen Victoria, Aldous Huxley and H.G. Wells). A near fine copy in original rich brown cloth, a bit sunned around spine. Plain brown dust jacket now almost completely split at front joint, and partially at rear, with small hole at centre (no loss); a spine ends worn with minor loss; darkened at margins; very good. (Gallatin & Oliver , 21)
$165

H-1100
[Beerbohm, Max] Scott, Dixon. Men of Letters. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1916. First edition. "[11 pp.] Introduction by Max Beerbohm." Subjects include Shaw, Kipling, Barrie, Brooke and James. Original burgundy cloth lettered in gilt; corners and spine ends lightly bumped; top 1" of front cover faintly sunned. Review by G.B. Shaw laid inside front cover; contents tight and clean.
$25

H-1101
Bell, Don. Pocketman. Toronto: Dorset, 1979. First edition. Inscribed by the author on front endpaper. Original gilt-lettered blue boards; clean and bright. Light blue pictorial (Pocketman) dust jacket, now lightly dusty on rear, with short closed tear; corners bumped. A near fine copy by this Leacock Award winning author.
$22

H-1102
Belloc, Bessie Rayner. In a Walled Garden. London: Ward and Downey, 1896. Third edition. Publisher's grey-green cloth, lettered and decorated (the walled garden) in gilt, still sharp and bright; corners very lightly worn, spine ends creased; a touch of rubbing to edges and corners. Hinges perfect; bookplate; multiple library stamps ("Jews Hospital & Orphan Asylum, West Norwood") to title and dedication pages, to recto of rear endpaper and, faintly, to front black-coated endpaper. A very good copy of a wonderful period piece.
$35

H-1116
[Betjeman, John] Hillier, Bevis. John Betjeman: A Life in Pictures. London: John Murray in association with The Herbert Press, 1984. First edition. Compiled and introduced by Bevis Hillier. A fine copy in dust jacket of this biographical work, sumptuously illustrated, in colour and blanck & white, with photographs, caricatures and sketches of Betjeman, his family and friends, as well as drawings by him, documents, illustrations and title pages of his works, etc.
$20

H-1121
Birney, Earle. Down the Long Table. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1955. First edition. A fine copy in green cloth lettered in blue and yellow. Dust jacket lacking 1" piece across top of spine; 3/4" closed tear at top edge of rear panel with some related creasing; four tiny closed edge tears. Very good overall.
$20

H-1122
Bissoondath, Neil. A Casual Brutality. Toronto: Macmillan, 1988. First edition of the author's first novel. A fine copy in like striking full-colour dust jacket. By one of Canada's crop of exciting modern writers.
$40

H-1123
Bissoondath, Neil. Digging Up the Mountains: Selected Stories. Toronto: Macmillan, 1985. First edition of author's first book. A fine copy in near fine pictorial dust jacket, with a small "ding" on front panel and light rubbing to spine ends.
$45

H-1124
Bissoondath, Neil. The Innocence of Age. Toronto: Knopf, 1992. First edition. A fine copy in like dust jacket, signed by the author.
$45

H-1127
[Booker Prize]. Booker 30: A Celebration of 30 Years of The Booker Prize for Fiction, 1969-1998. [London]: Booker plc, 1998. [First edition]. Original laminated purple boards, titled in white and lettered with names of winners in black; decorative endpapers show all winning books' dust jackets (though at least one - Staying On - is later design). Fine.
$20

H-1128
[Booker Prize] Goff, Martyn (ed.). Prize Writing: An Original Collection of Writings by Past Winners to Celebrate 21 Years of The Booker Prize. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1989. First edition. Original gilt-lettered blue boards; decorative blue dust jacket. A fine copy.
$35

H-1129
[Booker Prize] The Man Booker Prize: 35 Years of he Best in Contemporary Fiction, 1969-2003. [London]: Booker Prize Foundation, 2003. [First edition]. A fine copy in original black laminated boards, printed in white. A collection of essays on the prize and its history, including useful list of winners, short-listed authors and the panels of judges who chose them; updates Booker 30.
$22

Booker Prize winners.

H-1131
Boyd, William. Armadillo. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1998. First edition. As new in dust jacket, signed by the author.
$55

H-1132
Boyd, William. The Blue Afternoon. London: Sinclair-Stevenson, 1993. First edition. As new in dust jacket, signed and dated by the author.
$60

H-1133
Boyd, William. The Destiny of Nathalie 'X' and Other Stories. London: Sinclair-Stevenson, 1995. First edition. Fine copy in very lightly soiled dust jacket.
$50

H-1134
Boyd, William. A Good Man in Africa. New York: Morrow, 1981. First US edition of author's first book. A near fine copy with the top edge of boards a trifle sunned, and small mark on fore-edge; in near fine dust jacket.
$90

H-1135
Boyd, William. An Ice Cream War. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1982. First edition. A fine copy in original gilt lettered dark blue boards; lower front corner bumped. Price-clipped pictorial dust jacket a touch age-toned along top edge.
$50

H-1136
Boyd, William. Stars and Bars. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1984. First edition. Pages slightly browned at edges, otherwise a near fine copy in dust jacket, on which the price has been partially (and untidily) crossed out.
$30

Bramah, Ernest. Works by - Specialty list.

H-1140
Brookner, Anita. Brief Lives. London: Jonathan Cape, 1990. First edition. A fine copy, in pictorial dust jacket with light crease across lower rear panel; 2" mark on half title.
$25

H-1141
Brookner, Anita. A Closed Eye. London: Jonathan Cape, 1991. First edition. A fine copy in gilt lettered grey boards and full colour pictorial dust jacket.
$25

H-1142
Brookner, Anita. Family and Friends. London: Jonathan Cape, 1985. First edition. Original boards a little rubbed at head of spine; in pictorial dust jacket lightly scraped on rear panel. A fine copy.
$30

H-1143
Brookner, Anita. Fraud. London: Jonathan Cape, 1992. First edition. 2" hairline white streak at top edge of front cover. A fine copy in like pictorial dust jacket.
$25

H-1144
Brookner, Anita. A Friend from England. London: Jonathan Cape, 1987. First edition. A fine copy, in price-clipped dust jacket with tiny "ding" on fore-edge.
$25

H-1145
Brookner, Anita. Hotel du Lac. London: Jonathan Cape, 1984. First edition. Winner of the 1984 Booker Prize. Blue boards; pages lightly age-toned. Colour pictorial (balcony scene) dark blue dust jacket, with lamination crease (production fault) at spine, as usual. Fine.
$150

H-1146
Brookner, Anita. Incidents in the Rue Laugier. London: Jonathan Cape, 1995. First edition. Publisher's gilt-lettered black boards; pictorial dust jacket a touch creased near top of spine. Fine.
$25

H-1147
Brookner, Anita. Latecomers. London: Cape, 1988. First edition. Original boards lightly "dinged" at bottom edge; dust jacket slightly abraded at bottom of front panel, and with two creases in publisher's laminated coating. Near fine.
$35

H-1148
Brookner, Anita. Lewis Percy. London: Cape, 1989. First edition. Pictorial dust jacket price-clipped. A fine copy.
$25

H-1149
Brown, Christy. Background Music: Poems by ... London: Secker & Warburg, 1973. [First edition]. Ink name and date inside front cover. A fine copy in near fine green dust jacket with 1/2" tape repair inside top of front panel.
$25

H-1150
Brown, Christy. A Shadow on Summer. London: Secker & Warburg, 1974. [First edition]. Minor rubbing to spine ends of price-clipped dust jacket; otherwise a fine copy.
$25

H-1152
Browning, Robert. Ferishtah's Fancies. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1884. [First edition]. Small, dark olive cloth, decoratively ruled along top and bottom in black, spine lettered and ruled in gilt; touch of wear to corners and tail of spine, head more so with short closed tear; minor bubbling to front panel and "ding" at fore edge. Pages lightly age-toned, contents nice and tight; occasional pencilled marginalia. A near fine copy of this volume of Browning poems.
$30

H-1160
Buchan, John. Witch Wood. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1927. First edition. Publisher's denim blue cloth lettered in black, now sunned on spine and almost unnoticeably so on covers; minor bumping at lower corners and spine ends; light rubbing along joint. Minor foxing to endpapers; contents clean, tight and bright. A near fine copy.
$50

H-1162
Burgess, Anthony. The Clockwork Testament, or, Enderby's End. New York: Knopf, 1974. Uncorrected proof copy. Original sea-green printed wrappers; ink publication date and price at top of front cover, also in pencil on title page; minor sunning to spine. Near fine.
$35

H-1164
Burgess, Anthony. Napoleon Symphony. New York: Knopf, 1974. Uncorrected proof copy. Original light blue printed wrappers, faded at spine; two faint marks at fore edge. A fine copy.
$25

H-1165
Burgess, Anthony. Tremor of Intent. New York: Norton, 1966. First US edition. "An Eschatalogical Spy Novel." Original cloth lightly creased at spine ends. Dust jacket a touch sunned at spine, creased and somewhat chipped and worn at corners and spine ends; 1/2" scrape through one character of spine lettering. A very good copy.
$25

H-1166
Burdette, Robert J. The Rise and Fall of the Mustache and Other "Hawk-eyetems". Burlington, Iowa: Burlington Publishing Company, 1877. First edition. "Illustrated by R.W. Wallis." Publisher's terra-cotta cloth, lettered in gilt and decorated in black, both still bright on front, though a bit dulled on now darkened spine; colour unevenly faded along front joint and in small spots on spine; spine ends bumped. Yellow endpapers perfect; pages lightly age-toned; one or two pages dog-eared. A fine copy of this collection of middle-American period pieces.
$55

H-1167
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Through One Administration. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1883. [First US edition]. Publisher's brown cloth, brightly lettered in gilt and decoratively bordered in black; corners bumped, spine ends creased and worn at tail, with loss; 1/4" closed tear at centre of spine; very light rubbing to covers and joints. Bookplate; pages lightly age-toned at edges; contents clean and tight. A very good copy.
$45

H-1170
Buxton, John. Walking in the Snow, and Other Poems. Oxford: The Perpetua Press, 1992. A fine copy in original grey wrappers printed in blue.
$7

H-1171
Byatt, A.S. Angels and Insects. London: Chatto & Windus, 1992. First edition. As new in dust jacket, signed by the author.
$65

H-1172
Byatt, A.S. Babel Tower. London: Chatto & Windus, 1996. First edition. Signed by the author. A fine copy in original gilt-lettered black boards; and colour pictorial dust jacket.
$60

H-1173
[----- Another copy]. This one not signed. Fine.
$35

H-1174
Byatt, A.S. The Biographer's Tale. London: Chatto & Windus, 2000. First edition. Signed by the author. Original red boards and colour pictorial dust jacket. Fine.
$55

H-1175
Byatt, A.S. The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye: Five Fairy Stories. London: Chatto & Windus, 1994. First edition. Gilt-lettered black boards; colour pictorial dust jacket with horizontal crease to top of front panel. A fine copy in near fine dust jacket.
$20

H-1177
Byatt, A.S. and Sodré, Ignês. Imagining Characters: Six Conversations about Women Writers. London: Chatto & Windus, 1995. First edition. "Edited by Rebecca Swift." Original gilt-lettered maroon boards and colour pictorial dust jacket. Fine.
$20

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[Carter, Elizabeth]. Poems on Several Occasions. London: John Rivington, 1766. Second edition.

H-1179
Carey, Peter. Illywhacker. London: Faber and Faber, 1985. First edition. Pinkish-red boards with very light creasing along spine. Pictorial dust jacket lightly sunned on spine, with minor creasing at head thereof and on front panel at lower edge. A near fine copy.
$50

H-1180
Carey, Peter. Jack Maggs. London: Faber and Faber, 1997. First edition. Signed by the author. Black boards; black pictorial dust jacket, with a hint of creasing at spine ends and short closed tear at tail; small white sticker over price on inside flap. Near fine.
$75

H-1182
Carey, Peter. The Tax Inspector. London: Faber and Faber, 1991. First edition. Black boards; pages lightly age-toned at edges due to poor quality paper. Pictorial dust jacket with tiny mark on rear panel, otherwise bright and clean. Fine.
$65

H-1183
Carey, Peter. The True History of the Kelly Gang. London: Faber & Faber, 2001. [First UK edition]. Original yellow lettered brown boards, and photo pictorial decorative dust jacket; with map loosely inserted, as issued. Winner of the 2001 Booker Prize. A fine copy.
$75

H-1184
[----- Another copy]. This one signed by the author. Fine in pictorial dust jacket, with inserted map. Winner of the 2001 Booker Prize.
$125

Churchill, Sir Winston S. Works by ... Specialty list

H-1192
Clarke, Arthur C. The Hammer of God. London: Gollancz, 1993. First UK edition. As new in dust jacket.
$20

H-1193
Classic Erotic Tales. Edison, N.J.: Castle Books, 1994. A fine copy in light blue boards and pictorial (Quinsac's Dreaming ) dust jacket. Includes tales by and excerpts from the works of Boccaccio, James Boswell, Casanova, Voltaire, Bram Stoker, John Updike, Alina Reyes, Marilyn French, and eight others. Cheeky stories!
$20

H-1197
Coetze, J.M. Slow Man. London: Secker & Warburg, 2005. First edition. Original grey boards, with black pictorial spine "label"; photopictorial dust jacket. As new.
$75

H-1198
Coetzee, J.M. Youth. London: Secker & Warburg, 2002. First edition. Black boards lettered in silver; pictorial (foggy Trafalgar Square) dust jacket. As new.
$50

H-1204
[Cohen, Leonard] Harris, Michael. An Interview With Leonard Cohen contained in] Duel. No.1 (Winter 1969). Montreal: Communications Board of the Students Association of Sir George Williams University, 1969. Original orange and red card wrappers, now lightly soiled yet still nice and bright; a hint of rubbing at edges; pages just a touch age-toned. Near fine.
Also contains poem Automatic Pension by Margaret Atwood; Elizabeth, in the greenhouse, Gold and black and The Anarchist is Orderer by Michael Ondaatje; together with other prose, poetry and artwork.
$45

Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur. Works by and about ... Specialty list.

H-1209
Conrad, Joseph and Smith, David R. Conrad's Manifesto: Preface to a Career. Philadelphia: printed at The Gehenna Press ... For the Philip H. and A.S.W. Rosenbach Foundation, 1966. [First edition]. "The History of the Preface to The Nigger of the 'Narcissus' with facsimiles of the manuscripts edited with an essay by David R. Smith." With woodcut portrait of Conrad by Leonard Baskin. No.795 of 1100 copies. Original marbled paper boards, with small title label printed in red and black on front; a bit of rubbing to extremities; contents excellent. In putty-grey chemise and slipcase, the latter with paper title label printed in black on spine, both in excellent condition. A fine copy, of a most attrctive production.
Contains facsimiles and transcriptions of the manuscripts of the 1897 Preface and of the 1914 "To My Readers in America"; the supressed 1902 "Hythe" Preface; together with a foreword, and the title essay by David R. Smith.
$150

H-1210
[Conrad, Joseph] Jean-Aubry, G. Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1927. [First edition]. Original medium blue cloth, now lightly sunned on spines, stamped in gilt (Conrad facsimile signature on front, titling on spine). Pictorial (sailing ships) black and yellow dust jacket also sunned on spine and a touch dusty elsewhere. Original slipcase present, though much worn and amateurishly repaired with tape, resulting in tight fit. A fine set in good case.
A biography made up largely of hundreds of Conrad's letters, written to his friends and contemporaries, especially those portions covering his later life. According to T.J. Wise, the text of this book was originally written in Jean-Aubry's native French and translated into English for publication.
$75

H-1218
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's Fortress. London: HarperCollins, 1999. First edition. "Richard Sharpe and the Siege of Gawilghur, December 1803" - the third, chronologically, of the Sharpe in India trilogy. Signed by the author. A fine copy in dust jacket, with tiny "ding" to bottom edge of front board.
$90

H-1219
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's Havoc. London: HarperCollins, 2002. First edition. "Richard Sharpe and the campaign in northern Portugal, spring 1809." As new.
$45

H-1223
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's Trafalgar. London: HarperCollins, 2000. First edition. "Richard Sharpe and the Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805." As new, in dust jacket; signed by the author.
$75

H-1224
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's Triumph. London: HarperCollins, 1998. First edition. "Richard Sharpe and the Battle of Assaye, September 1803" - the second of the Sharpe in India trilogy. Fine in colour pictorial dust jacket.
$65

H-1225
[----- Another copy]. This one signed by the author. Fine.
$100

H-1226
Cornwell, Bernard. Stonehenge. London: HarperCollins, 1999. First edition. As new in pictorial (Stonehenge at sunrise) dust jacket, signed by the author .
$60

H-1229
Coward, Noël. Future Indefinite. London: Heinemann, 1954. First edition. Profusely illustrated with photographs of Coward, his circle, and productions of his works. Original purple cloth sharp and clean, brightly gilt lettered (spine) and author's gilt facsimile signature (front); contents excellent. Red and blue dust jacket, lettered in white, now with a few short closed tears and minor creasing; tiny scuff at front; top of spine a bit worn, with minor chips at corners; spine still nice and bright. A fine copy in very good dust jacket.
$25

H-1230
Coward, Noël. Not Yet the Dodo and Other Verses. London: Heinemann, 1967. First edition. Original gilt-lettered violet cloth; internally bright and clean. Near fine purple, white and turquoise dust jacket a bit rubbed and age-toned overall; top edge creased; tiny red-ink "34" on rear flap. A fine volume in near fine dust jacket.
$15

H-1231
Coward, Noël. The Young Idea: A Comedy in Three Acts. New York: Samuel French, 1924. French's Standard Library Edition. Tan pictorial wrappers a little browned and chipped at spine ends, lacking 1/2" at bottom rear corner. "Samuel French (Canada)" price label pasted on lower front cover, as well as copyright notice on verso of title. Very good.
$10

H-1233
Crace, Jim. Continent. London: Heinemann, 1986. First edition. Author's first novel . Fine copy; in colour pictorial dust jacket with publisher's promotional label affixed to front panel.
$55

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H-1235
D'Aguiar, Fred. The Longest Memory. London: Chatto & Windus, 1994. First edition. As new in dust jacket, signed by the author. Winner of the 1994 Whitbread First Novel Award.
$65


H-1237
Davies, Robertson. The Cunning Man. Toronto: Douglas Gibson / McClelland & Stewart, 1994. First edition. Fine, in colour pictorial (the man) dust jacket.
$25

H-1238
Davies, Robertson. The Dignity of Literature. Toronto: Harbourfront, 1994. First edition; "Harbourfront Reading Series, 1994 Booklet 5". As new in wrappers. 1 of 50 copies signed and numbered by the author, from an edition of 450.
$175

H-1239
Davies, Robertson. Four Favourite Plays. Toronto; Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin & Company, 1968. First published 1949, here "reprinted in paperback format 1968" with a new preface by Davies. Tall pocket paperback printed in olive, white and black; a touch rubbed on front near spine, and along top edge. Near fine.
$15

H-1240
Davies, Robertson. An Introduction to the Twenty-first Toronto Antiquarian Book Fair. Toronto: Letters and Coach House Printing, 1993. 1 of 100 numbered copies, signed by the author from an edition of 2000. A fine copy in original decorated cream wrappers. A scarce Davies item which was only sold as a keepsake at the book fair.
$175

H-1241
[----- Another copy]. This, one of 1900 unsigned copies. Fine.
$15

H-1243
Davies, Robertson. Leaven of Malice. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Company, 1955. Second impression. Original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; now showing evidence of damp exposure; pages lightly age-toned around edges. Coulour pictorial dust jacket with corresponding bleeding visible on the inside only; jacket lightly tanned overall, more so on spine; tiny chips to spine ends and corners; short closed tear to top rear panel. A very good copy.
$35

H-1245
Davies, Robertson. The Merry Heart: Selections 1980-1995. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1996. Together with Happy Alchemy: Writings on the Theatre and Other Lively Arts. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1997. Edited by Jennifer Surridge and Brenda Davies. Both first editions thus. Both as new, in original gilt lettered chocolate boards and slipcase.
$35

H-1246
Davies, Robertson. A Mixture of Frailties. Toronto: Macmillan, 1958. [First edition]. The third volume of the Salterton Trilogy. Publisher's straw-coloured cloth, printed in light blue on spine; ends a touch creased; contents clean and tight. Lightly age-toned dust jacket, printed in green and silver-blue, lettered and decorated (singer by piano) in black; short closed tear to top front panel; spine sunned, tanning it overall and fading silver-blue colour, including author's name, with a couple of small scuffs thereon and ends creased, with tiny chip from top rear joint. A fine volume in very good dust jacket.
$95

H-1247
Davies, Robertson. Murther & Walking Spirits. Toronto: Douglas Gibson / McClelland & Stewart, 1991. First edition. The first volume of the unfinished Toronto Trilogy. A fine copy in original black boards and colour pictorial dust jacket.
$30

H-1248
Davies, Robertson. Murther & Walking Spirits. London: London Limited Editions, 1991. Edition limited to 150 copies of the first edition, signed by the author. Publisher's original marbled paper boards, with gilt lettered green cloth spine; original glassine wrapper. Fine.
$175

H-1255
Davies, Robertson. World of Wonders. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1975. [First edition]. The last volume of the Deptford Trilogy. Publisher's orange cloth bright and clean; contents exellent; block leaning slightly. Colour pictorial (mechanical dove and top hat) dust jacket with closed tear at top front; rear fore-edge rubbed; very minor wear to spine ends. A near fine copy.
$50

H-1257
Davies, Robertson. World of Wonders. London: W.H. Allen, 1977. First British edition. Original blue-grey boards, with just a hint of sunning to edges; text age-toned, as usual; evidence of small label removed from front pastedown, partly affecting front free endpaper. Colour pictorial (the Brazen Head ...) dust jacket, evenly tanned to extent of publisher's lamination (just inside flaps). A near fine copy.
$75

H-1258
Guthrie, Tyrone and Davies, Robertson. Renown at Stratford: A Record of the Shakespeare Festival in Canada, 1953. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1971. Special Memorial Edition. Illustrated by Grant MacDonald. Contains a new 6 pp. introduction by Robertson Davies. A fine copy; in crisp, near fine dust jacket with 1" closed tear at bottom of front panel, rear panel lightly soiled; Canada Council Compliments slip affixed to front endpaper. Nice colour illustrations throughout.
$30

H-1259
Guthrie, Tyrone, Davies, Robertson [et al.]. The Stratford Festival Trilogy: Renown at Stratford, Twice Have the Trumpets Sounded and Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mew'd. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Company, 1953, 1954 and 1955. [First editions]. Illustrated in colour and b/w by Grant MacDonald (v.1 & 2) and Tanya Moiseiwitsch (v.3). Original publisher's gilt-lettered brown cloth; neat ink ownership inscription to front endpaper of v.3. Colour pictorial dust jackets: v.1 tired, rubbed and soiled with small chips at top edge; v.2 & 3 bright and clean, with only slight bumping of spine ends. V.1 very good, v.2 & 3 fine.
$100

H-1260
Guthrie, Tyrone; Davies, Robertson; and MacDonald, Grant. Twice Have the Trumpets Sounded: A Record of the Stratford Shakespearean Festival, 1954. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1954. First edition. Second volume in the Stratford Festival trilogy. Profusely illustrated (characters from the season's plays) in colour and black and white. Original light brown cloth; dust jacket a little rubbed at spine ends. A very good copy.
$25

H-1261
Davies, W.H. Forty-Nine Poems. New York: Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, [n.d., 1929]. [First US edition]. "Selected and illustrated [in colour and b/w] by Jacynth Parsons", preface by Davies. Original grass-green cloth, with now-dulled gilt lettering; upper corner faintly dampstained, not affecting text, but bleeding slightly to inside of dust jacket. Simple white dust jacket with colour vignette (Pan reading in a tree), now dusty overall, with quarter-sized dark "splash" at lower front edge; short closed tear to upper rear. Very good.
$15

H-1262
Day Lewis, C. The Buried Day. London: Chatto & Windus, 1960. [First edition]. A fine copy in original cloth, with lightly soiled and foxed edges; near fine, foxed pictorial (trailing ivy) dust jacket, very slightly worn at corners and spine ends.
$15

H-1263
Day Lewis, C. A Hope for Poetry. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1934. [First edition]. A very good copy in tan cloth, now rubbed and worn at corners and spine; signed by the author on half title.
$22

H-1265
de la Mare, Walter. The Winnowing Dream. London: Faber and Faber, 1954. First edition. "Illustrated by Robin Jacques." From the Ariel Poem series. Publisher's original sewn papmphlet with light purple wrappers, now a touch faded at edges. In original pale green mailing envelope, with minor creasing and very light sunning to edges. Near fine.
$20

H-1266
Deane, Seamus. Civilians and Barbarians. Derry [Ireland]: Field Day Theatre Company, 1983. First edition; "A Field Day Pamphlet, Number 3". Apart from light overall soiling to the dust jacket, a fine copy in the original wrappers. Signed by the author on the title page.
$125

H-1267
Deane, Seamus. Selected Poems. Oldcastle, Ireland: Gallery, 1988. First edition. As new in dust jacket, signed by the author.
$90

H-1268
Deighton, Len. Berlin Game. London: Hutchinson, 1983. First edition. A fine copy in like dust jacket. The first of the Game, Set, and Match trilogy.
$15

H-1270
Deighton, Len. An Expensive Place to Die. London: Cape, 1967. First edition. A near fine copy in dust jacket; with the [often missing] "Top Secret In Transit Docket" laid in.
$70

H-1271
Deighton, Len. Mexico Set. London: Hutchinson, 1984. First edition. A fine copy in like dust jacket. The second of the Game, Set, and Match trilogy.
$15

H-1272
Deighton, Len. XPD. London: Hutchinson, 1981. First edition. A fine copy, with small erasure to red front endpaper; in fine dust jacket.
$15

H-1273
Dexter, Colin. The Daughters of Cain. London: Macmillan, 1994. First edition. Fine copy; in fine pictorial (statue) dust jacket, with tiny curl at head of spine. An Inspector Morse mystery.
$35

H-1276
Dexter, Colin. The Inside Story. London: American Express Travellers Checques ... in association with Pan Macmillan Limited, 1993. "Special edition" [i.e. first edition]. Signed by the author. Original colour pictorial (red Jaguar) card wrappers; age-toned overall; one page severely creased at lower corner. Near fine. An Inspector Morse mystery.
$40

Morse is Dead - Long Live Morse!

H-1278
Dexter, Colin. The Remorseful Day. London: Macmillan, 1999. First edition. As new in colour pictorial (bust) dust jacket. The final Inspector Morse mystery.
$25


H-1280
Dexter, Colin. The Way Through the Woods. London: Macmillan, 1992. First edition. Apart from a little tanning to page margins and tiny dent to bottom edge of rear panel of dust jacket, a fine copy. An Inspector Morse mystery.
$40

Charles Dickens
Bibliographical references are to Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth.
by Walter E, Smith. Los Angeles: Heritage, 1982.


H-1289
Dickens, Charles. Dealings With the Firm of Dombey and Son. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1848. [First edition]. 19th century 3/4 very dark blue calf, with modern red calf spine labels, and marbled paper boards; joints rubbed, rear one splitting 1" at top, and front along length, yet both holding firm; top of spine lightly worn, with minor loss; corners rubbed at edges. Plates heavily foxed (as usual), text very minorly so; pp.215-18 provided in photocopy; two-line errata following list of plates. Pity about the copied pages, otherwise, not a bad copy.
$150


H-1293
Dickens, Charles. The Life of Our Lord: Written Expressly for His Children. London: Associated Newspapers, 1934. First edition; previously published in serial form. A fine copy in original purple cloth titled in gilt on front cover and spine. Near fine dust jacket darkened at spine and lightly worn top edge; internally excellent.
$25

H-1295
Dickens, Charles. Little Dorrit. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1857. [First edition]. "With illustrations by H.K. Browne." Contemporary 19th c entury 3/4 black calf, with decoratively gilt ruled compartments and burgundy label on spine; somewhat rubbed and worn; hinges split yet holding, though tender; old crack across lower corner of front board. Three plates heavily foxed, others moderately so; contents otherwise clean and tight; three-line errata follows list of plates, nine-line errata slip tipped in after pp.480. Very good.

$325

Perugini, Kate Dickens. The Comedy of Charles Dickens. London: Chapman and Hall, 1906. [First edition].
H-1302
[Dickens, Charles] Stonehouse, John Harrison. Green Leaves: New Chapters In the Life of Charles Dickens. London: Piccadilly Fountain Press, 1931. Revised and enlarged edition. #500 of 535 copies signed by the author . With ten illustrations, which include Dickensian characters and sites. A fine copy in original grey boards, and dust jacket a little chipped at spine ends.
$55

H-1303
[Dickens, Charles] Wilkins, William Glyde. First and Early American Editions of the Works of Charles Dickens. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Privately Printed, 1910. [First edition]. One of 200 copies. Grey-green ribbed boards with brown cloth spine, lettered in black on front panel; lower corners worn; light speckling to spine; tail creased with a hint of wear. Bookplate; text clean and tight; deckle-edged. Near fine.
$150

H-1304
Dickens, Monica. An Open Book. London: Heinemann, 1978. Reprint. A fine copy, in spine faded dust jacket. Signed presentation inscription from the author in year of publication. Author is Charles Dickens's great-granddaughter.
$20

H-1305
Dickson, Lovat. The Ante-Room. London: Macmillan & Co., 1959. [First edition]. "Early Stages in a Literary Life" (cover title). A fine copy in pinkish-red cloth, with white and gilt spine "label"; top edge red; internally bright, tight and clean. Orange and blue dust jacket, with just a hint of sunning on spine and creasing at ends.
$25

H-1307
Doughty, Louise. Crazy Paving. London: Touchstone, 1995. First edition. A fine copy in near fine dust jacket. Author's first novel; signed by the author.
$30

H-1308
Doyle, Roddy. Paddy Clarke Ha, Ha, Ha. New York: Viking, 1993. First American edition. Original black boards, with brown cloth spine lettered in silver. First issue pictorial (boy hanging from rock) dust jacket*; with "Winner of the 1993 Booker Prize" sticker on front panel, as issued. A fine copy.
* "Clark" (not "Clarke") on spine.
$60

H-1309
Doyle, Roddy. The Woman Who Walked Into Doors. London: Cape, 1996. First edition. As new in dust jacket, inscribed by the author.
$50

H-1310
Du Maurier, George. Peter Ibbetson. New York: Limited Editions Club, 1963. #1109 of 1600 copies , with monthly newsletter laid in. A fine copy in decorative boards and "leather-look" spine; original glassine torn along front flap; brown slipcase a bit faded around edges and a touch rubbed at extremities.
$55

H-1311
Durrell, Lawrence. Nunquam: A Novel. London: Faber and Faber, 1970. First edition. Publisher's pine-green cloth. Dust jacket printed in red, blue and black; wrinkled lamination on rear panel and small patches on front (production fault). A fine copy.
$35

H-1312
Durrell, Lawrence. The Tree of Idleness and Other Poems. London: Faber & Faber, 1955. First edition. Original purple cloth a touch faded at edges, gilt spine lettering dulled; dust jacket very lightly edge-worn and sunned on spine. Ink ownership name on front paste-down; some browning on endpapers. A near fine copy.
$30

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