Title: WEIRD TALES: May 1950
Publisher: Weird Tales, NY
Publication Date: 1950
Binding: Single Issue Magazine
Book Condition: Very Good
Vol. 42, No. 4. Edited by D. McIlwraith. Cover art by Boris Dolgov for "Tell Your Fortune" (novelette) by Robert Bloch. Includes "Djinn and Bitters" (novelette) by Harold Lawlor; "The Round Tower" by Stanton A. Coblentz; "The Last Man" by Seabury Quinn; "The Triangle of Terror" by William F. Temple; "The Monkey Spoons" by Mary Elizabeth Counselman; "The Last three Ships" by Margaret St. Clair; "At the End of the Corridor" by Evangeline Walton; "The Man on B-17" by Stephen Grendon (August Derleth); "Mr. Hyde - and Seek" by Malcolm M. Ferguson. Verse: "Luna Aeteralis" by Clark Ashton Smith. Illustrated by John Giunta, John Arfstrom, Vincent Napoli, Fred Humiston, Boris Dolgov, and Matt Fox. Dealer's mark on cover; old glue repair at spine head has caused fading at head of backstrip; some creasing and minor closed tears at front foredge. Bookseller Inventory # PA1582
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