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    Two from Subterranean, The Terror, and Club Dumas.

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    I purchased "The Little Sisters of Eluria' in Bound hardcover, Joe Hills One shot "The Cape" comic,as well as his 1st installment of "the Cape" arc, My 7th signed Joe hill Book" ;this one being "The multi-storied "The Keys to the Kingdom with A Lock Drawing on the multi key page "COOL",Inscribed "Locke on". One more and I'll have 8 books including the WHOLE "Locke and Key Set;of five Arcs All, signed Two personally inscribed to me.I picked up for 5 bucks a perfect hardcover of The "First Edition of Short stories" -I Shudder at your Touch" Featuring Stephen King. A perfect hardcover Edition of "The Dead Zone "with acid free cover,and a well kept copy 1972 First edition Hardcover bookclub ,Large Thin version of of "Carrie"(the edition photographed on the Stephen King Website.) I have been Finding some great old Hardcovers in Perfect Condition trawling EBAy ,-boy- it Pays off sometimes.Next i will purchase -when it comes up for sale "The Wind Through the Keyhole" "Artist's Edition" and 11/22/63 from "The overlook Publishers-Nice Slipcase or Cemetery Dance -I have to spread whatever wealth I can to small publishers-it is KA- I'll have enough to read until it is banned "for shipping rate reasons or some green law about paper". Those Kindles,and Nooks are really bothering me. You know I'll buy "81", but i am a Completist-I must go on. I'll buy it collected in book form or Audio Book when it's released and you know it will. all bases must be covered. Well I have been stocking up for the winter and the rest of this Scorcher-beautiful day in Long Beach-Cicadas ,shrill lets me know it is "interesting 'and "odd" to be alive. Keeping A NICE garden -Very green on the deck in my Crows Nest Sanctum Sanctorum. I love it.
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    Really a great book!

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    Looks really smart!

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    Masques 3
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    Both are 1st editions. I went on an eBay purge and started building back up my Robert Jordan collection. I had an ex take most of them, it sucks!!! I currently have 7 of them and like 3 more on their way. The first one is sooooooo expensive nowadays though.

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    Lord of Chaos - Jordan
    Weed Species - Ketchum CD lettered
    She Wakes - Ketchum CD limited
    Masques illustrated book 1 and 2
    The Woman - Ketchum and McKee Infernal House limited, this book is huge. The traycase is about the size of 2 standard hardbacks turned sideways and placed spine to spine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jester05jk View Post
    The Woman - Ketchum and McKee Infernal House limited, this book is huge. The traycase is about the size of 2 standard hardbacks turned sideways and placed spine to spine.
    I was tempted with this one, it looked spectacular; alas, I'm not there yet...

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    Timber Gray & Cumberland Furnace by Ronald Kelly (unsigned TPBs from Bad Moon)
    Little Siters of Eluria/The Gunslinger--Artists Edition 3064/4000

    Just ordered some slipcases for DT IV-VII from DMG.
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    Great catch!

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    Thanks, Siep. How was your vacation?
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    Is that a 1st printing of 'Better than Home'???

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    Unfortunately it's the 2nd. I picked all of this on ebay for right around $30 total (except for the Malicious Deviance which I bought from Amazon, as I did the cover artwork for that one). This one seller had tons of Joe Hill stuff, and I missed most of the bids. Signed 1st limiteds were selling for around $30-40 or so. The 1st print of this sold for $12 I believe. It was a bidding frenzy for what I could go for.

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    I know what you're thinking: Why would this be important in a dark suspense/horror/fantasy collector?

    Well, these two titles were written by...Ronald Kelly!

    Maybe you already knew that (I'm pretty slow sometimes...). I received the first one today, the second one is (obviously) a stock fotergraf.
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    Never heard of Ronald Kelly. Is he worth checking out?

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    CD published an anthology of his short ficiton in 2009, Midnight Grinding. The CD published Hell Hollow in 2010. He writes "Southern Horror"; and he's terrific with southern dialects and settings; when he ventures out of the South, he can become trite, but I like his writing. MG is one of my favorite CD books that I own--from an entertainment perspective.

    His website says CD will publish his new novel A Dark & Bloody Ground in 2012--though Dan or Brian won't comment.
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    I just started "Hell Hollow" last week. I didn't have much reading time this weekend, so I'm only about six or seven chapters in, but have enjoyed what I've read so far.

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    I think we might still have a few copies of Midnight Grinding, I know we're out of Hell Hollow. If you're on the fence though Midnight Grinding is one of the eBooks we've done, which wouldn't cost anywhere near as much as the print version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Hocker View Post
    I think we might still have a few copies of Midnight Grinding, I know we're out of Hell Hollow. If you're on the fence though Midnight Grinding is one of the eBooks we've done, which wouldn't cost anywhere near as much as the print version.
    Let me know if you do have a print copy left - the website shows it as being out of stock, but if you still have a copy or two knocking around, I'd be interested in checking it out. Still prefer my books to be analog.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endless Horror Tale View Post
    Still prefer my books to be analog.
    Amen to that!! I do like ebooks, but they will never take the place of a real book!!!

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    I highly recommend Midnight Grinding. "Forever Angels" is one of the most effective horror stories I've ever read. I have my "analog" copy and it's the only CD volume I've read twice in it's entirety. I'm sure the ebook is just as effective (though I have a hard time imagining sitting in a darkened room lit only by the lovely creeping tendrils of light emitted by a kerosene lantern--which happens frequently when your life is completely electrical--reading your...digital book. It just doesn't work. That would be a midnight dreary...)
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