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    Nice! Cool, Malfi collection.

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    after Christmas shopping spree!! I really need to update my thread!

    Destinations Unknown by Gary Braunbeck (Which arrived yesterday)

    Hell Hollow by Ronald Kelly

    Shivers III edited by Richard Chizmar ( Have them all now!!!)

    and I bought a bunch of chapbooks, all signed

    - A Miscellany by William F. Nolan
    - Out There in the Darkness by Ed Gorman
    - Testament: The Unpublished Prologues by David Morrell
    - Sepsis by Graham Masterton
    - Honor System by Jack Ketchum
    - The Man In The Palace Theater by Ray Garton
    - Skin by Charlee Jacob

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    Great titles! And congratz on completing your Shivers collection1
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    Yeah. Still need a paperback of 6 and my copy of shivers is a 2nd edition, but I own a copy of all 7. Also have my copy of Horrible Gods by Wrath James White on the way.

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    Also got a couple books in over the holidays, more still coming too.
    Poppy Z. Brite - Lost Souls
    Brian Lumley - A Coven of Vampires (chapbook)

    I'll snap some shots when Carrie arrives.

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    Which edition of Lost Souls did you get?

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    Gauntlet's limited edition. It was tough to track down. I'd gotten burned from a well known seller earlier this year when I bought a copy off ebay.

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    I hope you get it this time. It's a really beautiful edition of the book. Easily one of my favorite novels of all time, so I made it a point to get that edition when I decided to start collecting.

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    It arrived a few days ago, and yeah it's a fantastic edition. Have yet to read it though.

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    My first arrivals of 2015.





















    Both books are wonderful.

    Carrie is a very big girl for such a short book. I can only imagine how mammoth The Stand is going to be. The reproduction of King's acceptance telegram is a very nice touch. Lovely, thick paper and gorgeous endpapers. Great start to Cemetery Dance's King series.

    The Club Dumas is insane. Really ornate book that feels like a lot of love and effort was put into the presentation. I wish I had gotten a good picture of the reverse side of the dust jacket. I've never owned any version of the book, so I have no idea if the standard trade includes the engravings or not. Either way, they're a great inclusion. The Vincent Chung artwork is beautiful, moody and dark. Absolute book porn by Sub Press, which is perfect considering what the novel is about.

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    Love The Club Dumas, books and the Devil right on! Wish someone would do a special editon of The Fencing Master, a fantastic novel, full of feeling and passion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasticine View Post
    My first arrivals of 2015.





















    Both books are wonderful.

    Carrie is a very big girl for such a short book. I can only imagine how mammoth The Stand is going to be. The reproduction of King's acceptance telegram is a very nice touch. Lovely, thick paper and gorgeous endpapers. Great start to Cemetery Dance's King series.

    The Club Dumas is insane. Really ornate book that feels like a lot of love and effort was put into the presentation. I wish I had gotten a good picture of the reverse side of the dust jacket. I've never owned any version of the book, so I have no idea if the standard trade includes the engravings or not. Either way, they're a great inclusion. The Vincent Chung artwork is beautiful, moody and dark. Absolute book porn by Sub Press, which is perfect considering what the novel is about.
    Nice start to the year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasticine View Post
    My first arrivals of 2015.





















    Both books are wonderful.

    Carrie is a very big girl for such a short book. I can only imagine how mammoth The Stand is going to be. The reproduction of King's acceptance telegram is a very nice touch. Lovely, thick paper and gorgeous endpapers. Great start to Cemetery Dance's King series.

    The Club Dumas is insane. Really ornate book that feels like a lot of love and effort was put into the presentation. I wish I had gotten a good picture of the reverse side of the dust jacket. I've never owned any version of the book, so I have no idea if the standard trade includes the engravings or not. Either way, they're a great inclusion. The Vincent Chung artwork is beautiful, moody and dark. Absolute book porn by Sub Press, which is perfect considering what the novel is about.
    Happy, Happy New Year! Great editions!
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    Very nice!

    I picked up a couple pb's on the way home yesterday..... Isaac Asimov's Caves of Steel, Kurt Vonnegut Slaughterhouse-Five, and Thomas Tryon The Other

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    Nice!

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    I picked this up the other day

    SKSLDTB1.jpg

    Here is some info about it:

    November, 2014
    ‘Salem’s Lot
    Special Bound Edition
    In 2004 a very small publishing house, known as Centipede Press, created one of the most treasured Stephen King limited editions published to date.
    Betts Books and TheDarkTower.Org were fortunate enough to obtain the last two remaining sets of unbound pages from the 2004 Limited Edition publication. Using these last two sets, Betts Books, and TheDarkTower.Org have collaborated to create two remarkable pieces of craftsmanship.
    This Book is One of The Only Two Specially Bound Sets
    Both books were three-quarters bound in leather; one bound in black, and the other in red. Using fine hand binding and tooling techniques that have been passed down for generations, the books include the Jerry Uelsmann photographs, deleted scenes from the original manuscript, and the Stephen King afterword from the Pocket Books edition as published in the 2004 edition.
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    The following Cemetery Dance ARC: Full Dark, No Stars, Doctor Sleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by racerx45 View Post
    I picked this up the other day

    SKSLDTB1.jpg

    Here is some info about it:

    November, 2014
    ‘Salem’s Lot
    Special Bound Edition
    In 2004 a very small publishing house, known as Centipede Press, created one of the most treasured Stephen King limited editions published to date.
    Betts Books and TheDarkTower.Org were fortunate enough to obtain the last two remaining sets of unbound pages from the 2004 Limited Edition publication. Using these last two sets, Betts Books, and TheDarkTower.Org have collaborated to create two remarkable pieces of craftsmanship.
    This Book is One of The Only Two Specially Bound Sets
    Both books were three-quarters bound in leather; one bound in black, and the other in red. Using fine hand binding and tooling techniques that have been passed down for generations, the books include the Jerry Uelsmann photographs, deleted scenes from the original manuscript, and the Stephen King afterword from the Pocket Books edition as published in the 2004 edition.
    Congratulations, great addition to your collection!

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    WOWWOWWOWWOWWOWWOWWOWWOWWOWWOWWOWWOW!!!!!!!!!!

    Outstanding additon. Beautiful!
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    Very killer edition of 'Salem's Lot. I am so jealous. Is this edition signed? Sucks to know it's one I'll never own.

    Plasticine: Nice adds, The Dumas Club looks fantastic.

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    We don't have to own it Theli, just knowing that book is in the world makes us better bibliophiles....LOL
    MDH

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