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    Damn, nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhanic View Post
    I got the okay to post this, the galley proof of CD's Carrie:



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    Somehow, I knew you had that one, John! Great add!
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    Hi All,
    Got my Jim Thompson's from centipede today. They are great and I'm really glad they aren't huge! LOL!
    MDH


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    Very nice! Somewhat jealous. I can't quite justify buying them right now.

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    Congratz, Mike! they look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Hi All,
    Got my Jim Thompson's from centipede today. They are great and I'm really glad they aren't huge! LOL!
    MDH
    That's a really nice set of books. I was looking at them in Jerad's newsletter today, and thinking about it, but then I searched my computer and realized I have every Jim Thompson book in mobi format, so I'm just going to read thos e for now.

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    I got the okay to post this today:



    This is the Books to Benefit/Cemetery Dance with a preliminary cover.

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    That is nice!

    Quote Originally Posted by jhanic View Post
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    This is the Books to Benefit/Cemetery Dance with a preliminary cover.

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    Rather than list out so many books, I'll just link it. I already had Joyland, but the lot came with another copy in the CD slipcase.

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    Those are beautiful. I was looking at them also. also The only CP title I am interested in at the moment is Logan's Run.I would love to have a copy of that book.
    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Hi All,
    Got my Jim Thompson's from centipede today. They are great and I'm really glad they aren't huge! LOL!
    MDH


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    They are nice. I want the Logan's Run. I'm looking forward to the Karl Wagner Kane set, some more crime novels they've talked about and the Fritz Leiber set. Centipede puts out some nice stuff!

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    Yeah but that will bust my bank, gonna need those Kane books.

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    I too would love to start picking up done more Centipede Press titles. Their selection they've put out in the last few months (A Mountain Walked, Drowning Girl, Ender ' s Game, the Jim Thompson set) have all made my "if only I had enough money" list. Logan ' s Run and the Kane books look very cool, but I have my eye on The Shaft and the Dennis Etchison collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theli View Post
    Yeah but that will bust my bank, gonna need those Kane books.
    OH YEAH! With a cool slipcase.

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    Yeah man, should be sweet. Know if the Leiber books will be the Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser series? Also if the crime books have anything to do with Ellroy or Cain, I'll have to get a second job

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theli View Post
    Yeah man, should be sweet. Know if the Leiber books will be the Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser series? Also if the crime books have anything to do with Ellroy or Cain, I'll have to get a second job
    It will be the Gray Mouser series!! No Elroy, My Dark Places is one of my Favorite books, or Cain, but Night of the Hunter Davis Grubb is on the list. Can't wait. Frankly if I hadn't gotten blown up in Iraq, I wouldn't be able to afford them either LOL!!!
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    ^Now that's finding a silver lining. Never read Night of the Hunter, but the film by the same name is a total classic. Didn't even know it was based on a book. Maybe I should pick up the novel one of these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theli View Post
    ^Now that's finding a silver lining. Never read Night of the Hunter, but the film by the same name is a total classic. Didn't even know it was based on a book. Maybe I should pick up the novel one of these days.
    Is Robert Mitchum the best or what!? Silver lining, Hell yeah. I'm home, deaf in one ear, but hell I only ever half listened anyway LOL!!! Since I pay more attention now, it doesn't seem that bad. And if I don't want to listen to somebody, I've got the perfect excuse.
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    What a great built in excuse for ignoring the misses. " Sorry honey I did not hear you ask me to do that(insert chore here) . ..Remember I was blown up in Iraq."

    Thank you for your service. I grew up in a military family.

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    I received Via Dolorosa in hardcover just before Christmas. This officially completes my Ronald Malfi collection. Only waiting on the HCs for December Park.

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