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    Quote Originally Posted by frik51 View Post
    Can't make it out: who's the author of the CTHULHU book (last photo)?

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    That's the Children of Cthulhu anthology edited by John Pelan and Benjamin Adams - Details

    Stories by the likes of Lebbon, Miéville, Brite, Laymon
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    Thanks! Another edition to hunt down!

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    Good stuff! I saw some Gaiman in there. Are you a fan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Good stuff! I saw some Gaiman in there. Are you a fan?
    Very much so, love his writing
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    Here are my latest purchases.

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    Think we all know what the first one is!

    Then this years Earthling Halloween title, Blood Harvest by Mr Moore. Shadow Writer by Paul Kane, and It Knows Where You Live, by Gary McMahon (if you're not read anything by him, you really should)
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    Wow - very impressive set of books!!
    Congratulations!

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    Very nice indeed Mr Elk (particulary the H&S 11/22/63) You might be interested to know that I'm getting a hold of a remarqued copy of Shadow Writer, along with several pieces of the original art for the book by David Magitis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant Wootton View Post
    Very nice indeed Mr Elk (particulary the H&S 11/22/63) You might be interested to know that I'm getting a hold of a remarqued copy of Shadow Writer, along with several pieces of the original art for the book by David Magitis
    Ah, yes. Analecta Books. A web site that previously I knew nothing about, and if I purchased everything I wanted from it, probably a site that would lead me being chucked out of the house!! I blame you totally.

    Have you read any Paul Kane before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenelk View Post
    Ah, yes. Analecta Books. A web site that previously I knew nothing about, and if I purchased everything I wanted from it, probably a site that would lead me being chucked out of the house!! I blame you totally.

    Have you read any Paul Kane before?
    Who, me ???? Never, no - not to blame, pure as the driven snow ... Sorry, that's Walt Disney I'm likely talking about Analecta is cool, and, yep, I've been guilty of buying an item or two from my mate Steve on the odd and infrequent occasion. I've also got the Stephen Law remarqued Night Train on order too, which looks fairly sweet going by the initial sketches .. As regards reading Paul Kane .... hmmm ... nope, and to be honest ... I'd never really heard of him before seeing it on Steve's site - it had me at "remarque" so everything else suddenly became secondary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant Wootton View Post
    Who, me ???? Never, no - not to blame, pure as the driven snow ... Sorry, that's Walt Disney I'm likely talking about Analecta is cool, and, yep, I've been guilty of buying an item or two from my mate Steve on the odd and infrequent occasion. I've also got the Stephen Law remarqued Night Train on order too, which looks fairly sweet going by the initial sketches .. As regards reading Paul Kane .... hmmm ... nope, and to be honest ... I'd never really heard of him before seeing it on Steve's site - it had me at "remarque" so everything else suddenly became secondary
    Ghost Train is a great read. I've got an old paperback of it on my shelves, and will be getting my collectors edition from MHB. The cover on the new version is fantastic.

    As for Paul Kane, when you do get round to reading him, I'm sure you'll enjoy. His earlier work was very British (this is not a negative statement, for anyone thinking otherwise!) and I've always loved his imagery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenelk View Post
    Ghost Train is a great read. I've got an old paperback of it on my shelves, and will be getting my collectors edition from MHB. The cover on the new version is fantastic.

    As for Paul Kane, when you do get round to reading him, I'm sure you'll enjoy. His earlier work was very British (this is not a negative statement, for anyone thinking otherwise!) and I've always loved his imagery.
    I've nothing at all against British writers - even though you guys shipped us off to the far flung colonies all those years ago I'll look forward to reading some Kane (Law I've read before, and quite liked)
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    The postman visited with a couple more new items today -

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    The latest Bryant & May from Christopher Fowler, and the new Sherlock Holmes story by Anthony Horrowitz. Both signed, with the latter having a nice little stamp showing an edition of 250
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    Few more new items.

    First up, the gorgeous looking new anthology from PS celebrating Christopher Fowler's 25 years in writing

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    It's two seperate books in one, so you turn the book the other way round when you've finished the first part.

    The end papers are very nice.

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    Next up, the paperback of Hellbound Hearts, but signed by Marie O'Regan, Mark Morris, Nik Vincent, Paul Kane, Peter Atkins, Sarah Pinborough, Simon Clark, Stephen Jones & Tim Lebbon

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    And last two for today, signed first edition of the new Michael Marshall.
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    And another new anthology from PS, this time from Mark Morris. The cover is the same as the signature page, another fantastic cover from Mr Chong!!

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    Diggin' the art in the Christopher Fowler anthology and anything Barker related is always a winner in my book of blood

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    Is that an evil little sailor marionette in the Fowler endpapers? Really, what is that freaky thing?

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    Looks to me like a satanic Gene Kelly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Is that an evil little sailor marionette in the Fowler endpapers? Really, what is that freaky thing?
    Think you've got it spot on. Not sure if it relates to any of the stories. Should perhaps scan the titles to see if it throws up any clues!
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