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    Here are my recent purchases. Copsford by Walter Murray; Tartarus Press. Rattlesnake Kisses by Robert Ford -- John Boden; Thunderstorm Books. Death & Honey by Kevin Hearne, Lila Bowen, Chuck Wendig. ~Cap
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    Got this in the mail today. Pretty pleased.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Got this in the mail today. Pretty pleased.
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    That is a great find. Congratulations

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    Just purchased the limited edition of both CJ Tudor's "The Hiding Place" & Joe Lansdale's "The Sky Done Ripped" from Subterranean Press. Also purchased the Suntup press gift edition of "Misery" via Camelot books since it was on sale. This will be my first Suntup book and am anxious to see if it holds up to all the praise I have seen for them online. I hope so as I have the gift edition of Horns on preorder as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sholloman81 View Post
    Just purchased the limited edition of both CJ Tudor's "The Hiding Place" & Joe Lansdale's "The Sky Done Ripped" from Subterranean Press. Also purchased the Suntup press gift edition of "Misery" via Camelot books since it was on sale. This will be my first Suntup book and am anxious to see if it holds up to all the praise I have seen for them online. I hope so as I have the gift edition of Horns on preorder as well.
    I'll be ordering the Tudor title as well. I think you'll like this edition of Misery. It's a nice, big book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sholloman81 View Post
    Just purchased the limited edition of both CJ Tudor's "The Hiding Place" & Joe Lansdale's "The Sky Done Ripped" from Subterranean Press. Also purchased the Suntup press gift edition of "Misery" via Camelot books since it was on sale. This will be my first Suntup book and am anxious to see if it holds up to all the praise I have seen for them online. I hope so as I have the gift edition of Horns on preorder as well.
    Orered the Lansdale as well. Need to read something by Tudor soon.

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    Found this at the Goodwill today.
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    Nice!

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    Nice find! I found a few Sarah Pinborough Book of the Month editions that I picked up at the thrift shop the other week.

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    I was finally able to fill two holes in my collection by picking up the Subterranean Press Limited Edition of Robert Mccammon's "The Border" and also the Cemetery Dance gift edition of Doctor Sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sholloman81 View Post
    I was finally able to fill two holes in my collection by picking up the Subterranean Press Limited Edition of Robert Mccammon's "The Border" and also the Cemetery Dance gift edition of Doctor Sleep.
    Nice Adds!

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    Thanks mhatchett! Yep, super excited about these purchases.

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    I was not previously aware of this, but back in the day Overlook Connection did signed and numbered editions of PBO horror novels. I grabbed a PC copy of Live Girls with the tip in sheet. Now that I know to look for them, I will try to find more.

    Also I guess collecting various editions of Live Girls has become my thing.

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    I thought Overlook Connection Press still did S/L editions. I know they do S/L Stephen King editions. I was just looking at the latest one announced by OCP one or two months ago. BTW, what is PBO? Cap

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    I was not previously aware of this, but back in the day Overlook Connection did signed and numbered editions of PBO horror novels. I grabbed a PC copy of Live Girls with the tip in sheet. Now that I know to look for them, I will try to find more.

    Also I guess collecting various editions of Live Girls has become my thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by c marvel View Post
    I thought Overlook Connection Press still did S/L editions. I know they do S/L Stephen King editions. I was just looking at the latest one announced by OCP one or two months ago. BTW, what is PBO? Cap
    Paperback Original (first appearance in book form).

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    Quote Originally Posted by c marvel View Post
    I thought Overlook Connection Press still did S/L editions. I know they do S/L Stephen King editions. I was just looking at the latest one announced by OCP one or two months ago. Cap

    Overlook Connection has never done a signed/limited Stephen King book, nor have they recently announced one...not sure who you’re confusing them with. They have offered trade editions with alternative dustjackets by Glenn Chadbourne, but that’s it. No idea how those were received by the King collecting community and if they’re still doing it.

    Pumpheel: They also did signed/numbered editions of Robert McCammon’s PBOs.
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    Yes, The Overlook Connection did two different S/L editions of McCammon paperbacks. The first was a slipcased set of his first four novels (the Pocket Books versions, not PBOs) and the second was a slipcased edition of The Wolf's Hour (PBO). All of the books have a rather cheaply made tip-in sheet that is signed and numbered. The slipcases are fairly nice though.

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    ^^^ Very nice!

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    The OC did "The Girl Next Door" by Jack Ketchum with a forward by Stephen King who signed the limited and lettered editions. I would think SK collectors would be very happy to have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmaduke Grigsby View Post
    Yes, The Overlook Connection did two different S/L editions of McCammon paperbacks. The first was a slipcased set of his first four novels (the Pocket Books versions, not PBOs) and the second was a slipcased edition of The Wolf's Hour (PBO). All of the books have a rather cheaply made tip-in sheet that is signed and numbered. The slipcases are fairly nice though.

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    Now I have to try to track down copies of these, thanks. :P

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