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VINTAGEChristopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books
Moise and the World of Reason, 1st Print
$45.00
Moise and the World of Reason by Tennessee Williams. NY: Simon and Schuster, 1975. First printing. An unusual work from Tennessee Williams, a heartfelt novel about teenage runaways and their search for meaning and relationships, in an uncaring world.
 
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VINTAGEThe Montecito Collection
Rosemary's Baby
$135.00
Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin. New York: Random House, 1967. Hardcover with dust jacket. First Book Club edition. 245 pages. Dust jacket shows light wear.
 
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VINTAGEChristopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books
Hiaasen's Double Whammy, First Printing
$55.00
Double Whammy, by Carl Hiaasen. New York: Putnam, 1987. First printing. This was only Carl Hiaasen's second novel about the corruption of every institution he can find in his beloved Florida. Highly collectible, as his series of comic attacks on local scumbag developers and crooked operators have become ever more popular. In this novel, he turns his wrath against dirty dealing in a professional Bass fishing competition. Hardcover with jacket.
 
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Three Letters From The Andes, 1st UK
$49.00
Three Letters from the Andes by Patrick Leigh Fermor. London: John Murray, 1988. First printing. With a charming jacket and occasional drawings by John Craxton, this is an account of the last expedition made by veteran traveler Patrick Leigh Fermor, whose travel writings about Greece, in particular, have become classics. Here, as an older man, he describes his impressions of Peru.
 
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VINTAGEChristopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books
Schindler's List, First Printing
$55.00
Schindler's List by Thomas Keneally. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1982. First Printing. Made famous by Spielberg's movie version, this is the devastating account of one man's obsessive mission to save the lives of Jewish prisoners facing extermination at Auschwitz. A masterly novel that does not fail to chill the spirit; the first printing has become very sought-after. Jacket has very slight fading to spine, otherwise very good.
 
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VINTAGEChristopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books
A Fitting Death for Billy the Kid, 1960
$45.00
A Fitting Death For Billy The Kid, by Ramon F. Adams. OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1960. First printing. The first book to sort the facts of William H. Bonney's life from the incredible tangle of legends and exaggerations that grew up around him. Billy The Kid's drab persona, although undoubtedly a cold-blooded killer, contrast strangely with the role of mythic outlaw that tradition has thrust upon him.
 
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Charles Addams's Monster Rally, 1950
$65.00
Monster Rally by Charles Addams. NY: Simon and Schuster, 1950. Eighth printing, from same year as the first. Classic, early collection of the Addams Family and others. 91 pages. Slight wear to unclipped jacket.
 
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VINTAGEChristopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books
Antonia Fraser's King Charles II, UK 1st
$45.00
King Charles II, by Antonia Fraser. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1979. First UK printing. A spellbinding biography, which took five years to prepare, this is a glowing portrait of a King who overcame every adversity, including years of exile. By the end of his reign, Charles had overseen a renaissance in city planning, theater and the arts, as well as defeating his enemies in Parliament.
 
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VINTAGEChristopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books
P. G. Wodehouse's Bachelors Anonymous
$55.00
Bachelors Anonymous by P. G. Wodehouse. NY: Simon and Schuster, 1974. First printing. Concerning the adventures of American movie folk in London and a bungled attempt to prevent serial bridegroom Ivor Llewellyn from marrying for a seventh time. Dust jacket art by Osbert Lancaster. Owner name.
 
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