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  • Sherer, David

    Published by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC, 2014

    ISBN 10: 1628575212ISBN 13: 9781628575217

    Seller: Wonder Book, Frederick, MD, U.S.A.

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    Condition: Fair. Signed Copy . Inscribed by author on half title page. Highlighting inside.

  • Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Rigney, Patricia (illustrator). 1st Edition. This AS NEW first edition, inscribed and dated on the title page, is tight, bright, and clean, free of names and markings. Inscribed by Author(s).


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  • Seller image for B. E. Mayhew - Early 20th Century Etching, Black And White Houses for sale by Sulis Fine Art

    B. E. Mayhew

    Published by Early 20th Century

    Seller: Sulis Fine Art, Corsham, United Kingdom

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    Condition: used. A charming early 20th Century etching showing the black and white timber facades of the Tudor buildings of Hereford. The artist has signed and inscribed at the lower edge. On wove. Size: Medium (15-30cm) Framed: Yes Style: Realism.

  • Seller image for The Black House *SIGNED First Edition, 1st printing* for sale by Malden Books

    THEROUX, Paul

    Published by London: Hamish Hamilton 1974, 1974

    Seller: Malden Books, Kingston-upon-Thames, SURRE, United Kingdom

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First UK Edition. First printing. SIGNED by the author. Fine in fine, bright price-clipped dustjacket with the publisher's price increase sticker. Overseas buyers please read shipping terms and estimated transit times prior to ordering. 'We are established reputable First Edition sellers and understand collectors needs in terms of accurate grading and proper packaging'. Signed by Author(s).

  • Theroux, Paul

    Published by Houghton Mifflin, 1974

    ISBN 10: 0395194008ISBN 13: 9780395194003

    Seller: a cool of books, Mastic, NY, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Fine first printing (so stated) in full black cloth with embossed devices on spine and front board, gilt titles on same. In a complete, Very Good or better DJ. Spine shows rubbing at top and toe, and there is a small puncture on the front near the spine. SIGNED by Theroux on the title page. Signed by Author(s).


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  • Condition: Fine. First edition first printing hardcover Fine in fine dust jacket with very slight sunning to spine SIGNED BY BILL WITTLIFF THE PUBLISHER AND DESIGNER ON THE COLOPHON PAGE.

  • Paul Theroux

    Published by Hamish Hamilton, 1974

    ISBN 10: 0241891094ISBN 13: 9780241891094

    Seller: Zed Books, New York, NY, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First printing. 8vo. 245 pp. Fine in Fine dust jacket. Jacket price clipped. Signed by Paul Theroux. Signed by Author(s).


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  • Johnson, Michael; Johnson, Cassie

    Published by Dorrance Pub Co, 2002

    ISBN 10: 0805942858ISBN 13: 9780805942859

    Seller: Uncle Hugo's SF/Uncle Edgar's Mystery, Minneapolis, MN, U.S.A.

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    Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. SIGNED and dated by author Cassie Johnson on the first page. Signed by Author(s).

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    Theroux, Paul

    Published by Hamish Hamilton, London, 1974

    Seller: R & G Bliss Books, Excelsior, MN, U.S.A.

    Association Member: IOBA

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Fine, first edition book in near fine dust jacket. Signed by the author on the FFEP. Front inside flap has 3 1/2" by 2 3/4" price clip; publisher's price sticker is affixed. Book is internally clean and tight andappears to be unread. International sales to all countries other than the UK will require use of an alternative shipping company which will result in higher shipping expense. A signature upon receipt may also be required. Signed by Author.

  • Marston, Hope Irvan

    Published by White Bird Publications, 2018

    ISBN 10: 1633633470ISBN 13: 9781633633476

    Seller: books4u31, Asheville, NC, U.S.A.

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    Paperback. Condition: Like New. 2018 paperback is signed by Hope Irvan Marston no marks in the text and is in great conditionAND AS ALWAYS SHIPPED IN 24 HOURS; and emailed to you a USPS tracking number on all orders; all books are sanitized and cleaned for your protection before mailing. PLEASE NOTE OVER SEAS BUYERS if the book extra large or heavy there will be additional postage due to the new US Postage rates. Signed Flat.

  • Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. Signed 16th printing, Spiegel and Grau soft cover, 2016. Near Fine, w/ clean text, tight binding, straight and uncreased spine. Appears to be unread. Very light edge/corner wear; "autographed copy" sticker on front cover. Signed by author on title page. Free delivery confirmation. Signed by Author(s).

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Rigney, Patricia (illustrator). 1st Edition. Children's. Gorgeous copy in like dust jacket. Signed by the author on the title page. 96 pages. Illustrated by Patricia Rigney. Signed by Author(s).

  • William Black (1841-1898), popular Scottish novelist of the Victorian period

    Published by 21 October no year. On letterhead of Paston House Paston Place Brighton

    Seller: Richard M. Ford Ltd, London, United Kingdom

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    See his entry in the Oxford DNB. 2pp, 12mo. On bifolium. In good condition, lightly aged. Folded twice. Signed William Black. He is enclosing a cheque (not present) for the rent of Kilchrenan House in Argyle: We enjoyed our stay there very much; & found the house most comfortable. I trust we left it in as good condition as we found it. Despite this he admits to one or two small breakages , regarding which he presumes he may settle up with Mr. Bruce Robertson when he hears from him. I wished to do so before leaving; but he could not tell me exactly the amount. .

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    Theroux, Paul

    Published by Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1974

    Seller: johnson rare books & archives, ABAA, Covina, CA, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Very good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good. First Edition. Presentation copy, inscribed by Paul Theroux to writer Peter De Vries on the title page. Following the satirist's death in 1993, Theroux wrote an affectionate tribute for The New York Times entitled "A Jolly Old Elf, a Master of Gloom: The Gifts of Peter De Vries". An anthropologist and his wife return from Africa to an English country house that is haunted by a menacing spirit. Octavo. Original black cloth binding, with gilt titles and decorative blind-stamped designs. Some light edgewear to the dust jacket; otherwise very good.

  • Seller image for The Black House for sale by The Armadillo's Pillow

    Ransom, Kim

    Published by Ransom Notes Publishing, Chicago, 1999

    Seller: The Armadillo's Pillow, Chicago, IL, U.S.A.

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    Paperback. Condition: Good. Signed and inscribed by the author on the title page. This is a Good condition paperback. The cover is rubbed and worn along its edges. isbn: 0967718600 Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Signed by Author.

  • Seller image for The Black House for sale by Grimes Hill Book Club

    Paul Theroux

    Published by Hamish Hamilton, 1974

    Seller: Grimes Hill Book Club, Wythall, United Kingdom

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    Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. The Black House, Paul Theroux, Hamish Hamilton, 1974, Signed First Edition, First Impression Theroux's seventh novel. The story, set in a small village in Dorset follows a couple who set up home in an old house with a ghostly presence. A Signed First Edition, First Impression in near fine condition. The binding is straight and tight, the boards clean and the lettering on the spine bright. The end papers are free from marks, tears and inscriptions. The front end paper has been signed by the author without personal dedication. The clipped dust jacket, protected in a clear, removable cover, is in near fine condition with no issues. Will be dispatched wrapped in bubblewrap and in a cardboard box. Signed by Author(s).

  • THEROUX, Paul

    Published by Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1974

    Seller: Cleveland Book Company, ABAA, Rocky River, OH, U.S.A.

    Association Member: ABAA ILAB IOBA MWABA

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: fine. First Edition. Octavo, 245pp. A fine, crisp, unread copy in like dust jacket. SIGNED and INSCRIBED "For Don, Paul Theroux" on the title page.

  • THEROUX, Paul

    Published by Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1974

    ISBN 10: 0395194008ISBN 13: 9780395194003

    Seller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA, Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.

    Association Member: ABAA ESA ILAB IOBA

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed by the author.

  • Seller image for The Black House for sale by Rooke Books PBFA

    Paul Theroux

    Published by Hamish Hamilton, London, 1974

    Seller: Rooke Books PBFA, Bath, United Kingdom

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    Cloth. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. None (illustrator). First edition. A fine signed first edition of this popular Paul Theroux novel, signed by Theroux to the title page. The first edition of this work.Signed by the author to the title page.In the original price-clipped dustwrapper, with publisher's price stickers to the front flyleaf.'The Black House' is set in a small English village deep in the Dorset countryside, following a couple who moves from Africa to the village.Written by the noted American author Paul Theroux. In the original publisher's cloth binding, in the original price-clipped dustwrapper. Externally, fine, with very minor bumping. Dustwrapper with minor marks, and price stickers to the front flyleaf. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean. Fine. signed by author. book.

  • Theroux, Paul

    Published by Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1974

    Seller: Evening Star Books, ABAA/ILAB, Madison, WI, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. First edition. 8vo. [10], 245, [1] pp. Black cloth with gold lettering on the front board and spine. Price of $6.95 on front flap of dust jacket. Signed by the author on the title page. Jacket shows a few hints of wear to the extremities.

  • Richard Chizmar & Jonathan Scharch

    Published by Borderlands Press, Baltimore, 2021

    Seller: Pat Cramer, Bookseller, Lewisville, TX, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

  • Richard Chizmar & Jonathan Scharch

    Published by Borderlands Press, Baltimore, 2021

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

  • Richard Chizmar & Jonathan Scharch

    Published by Borderlands Press, Baltimore, 2021

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

  • Richard Chizmar & Jonathan Scharch

    Published by Borderlands Press, Baltimore, 2021

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

  • Richard Chizmar & Jonathan Scharch

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

  • Richard Chizmar & Jonathan Scharch

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

  • Richard Chizmar & Jonathan Scharch

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.

  • Richard Chizmar & Jonathan Scharch

    Published by Borderlands Press, Baltimore, 2021

    Seller: Pat Cramer, Bookseller, Lewisville, TX, U.S.A.

    Seller Rating: 4-star rating

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition/First Printing. A square solid tight clean unread unused copy. A series of murders has begun to plague the town of French Landing, Wisconsin. The murderer is dubbed "The Fisherman", due to a conscious effort by the killer to emulate the methods of serial killer Albert Fish. Like Fish, French Landing's killer targets children and indulges in cannibalism of the bodies. Two victims have already been discovered as the story opens, with a third awaiting discovery. The nature of the crimes, and the local police's inability to capture the killer, have led people all over the region to become more anxious with each passing day, and certain elements of the local media exacerbate the situation with inflammatory and provocative coverage. After the events of The Talisman, Jack Sawyer has repressed the memories of his adventures in The Territories and his hunt for the Talisman as a twelve-year-old boy, though the residue of these events has served to subtly affect his life even after he has forgotten them. Jack grew up to become a lieutenant in the Los Angeles Police Department, where his professionalism and uncanny talent have helped him establish a nearly legendary reputation. After retiring from LAPD, her re-settles in French Landing, Wisconsin. When the Fisherman begins to terrorize French Landing, the police all but beg "Hollywood" Jack Sawyer for his assistance and are surprised when he flatly refuses-fearing that involving himself in the investigation may break his sanity. When a fourth child is taken by the Fisherman, events no longer allow Jack to remain aloof. It quickly becomes apparent to him that the Fisherman is much more than a serial killer. In fact, he is an agent of the Crimson King, and his task is to find children with the potential to serve as Breakers. The fourth victim, Tyler Marshall, is one of the most powerful Breakers there has ever been, and he may be all the Crimson King needs to break the remaining beams of the Dark Tower and bring an end to all worlds. As the Fisherman also proves capable of "flipping" into The Territories, Jack Sawyer is the only hope of not just French Landing, but all existence. This screenplay has never been published or even seen by anyone for ten years. It is a vital piece of the King/Straub tapestry that deserves to be shared and read. Limited to 1,000 copies - numbered and signed by the screenwriters. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND NORMALLY SHIPS NEXT DAY. Signed by Both Authors. Book.