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         Nelson - First Edition Hardcover                                                                                                Dobson - First Edition Hardcover                        Dobson - First Edition Hardcover


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 Wicked & Son of a Witch (The Wicked Years #1&2) by Gregory Maguire,

When Dorothy triumphed over the Wicked Witch of the West in L. Frank Baum's classic tale we heard only her side of the story. But what about her arch-nemesis, the mysterious Witch? Where did she come from? How did she become so wicked? And what is the true nature of evil?

Gregory Maguire creates a fantasy world so rich and vivid that we will never look at Oz the same way again. Wicked is about a land where animals talk and strive to be treated like first-class citizens, Munchkinlanders seek the comfort of middle-class stability, and the Tin Man becomes a victim of domestic violence. And then there is the little green-skinned girl named Elphaba, who will grow up to become the infamous Wicked Witch of the West, a smart, prickly, and misunderstood creature who challenges all our preconceived notions about the nature of good and evil.

An astonishingly rich re-creation of the land of Oz, this book retells the story of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, who wasn't so wicked after all. Taking readers past the yellow brick road and into a phantasmagoric world rich with imagination and allegory, Gregory Maguire just might change the reputation of one of the most sinister characters in literature.    

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Bloomsbury - First Edition                

Josh Malerman - Bird Box

Wraparound dust jacket by Vincent Chong.

Interior Illustrations by Glenn Chadbourne. 

When Bird Box by Josh Malerman was published in 2014 it became a sensation and a hugely successful debut novel. With a dystopian world so frightening because of its many unknowns, the book struck a chord with readers and resulted in a significant success for HarperCollins.

This special edition from Dark Regions Press features original wraparound color dust jacket artwork by Vincent Chong, ten interior illustrations by Glenn Chadbourne, a new 9,000 word Bird Box story entitled “Bobby Knocks” and a new afterword from author Josh Malerman. Offered in a limited edition oversized hardcover format featuring dust jacket, foil stamping and signature sheets signed by the author and artists. Limited to just 500 numbered copies total, one-time printing only. 

'Something is out there, something terrifying that must not be seen. One glimpse of it, and a person is driven to deadly violence. No one knows what it is or where it came from.

Five years after it began, a handful of scattered survivors remains, including Malorie and her two young children. Living in an abandoned house near the river, she has dreamed of fleeing to a place where they might be safe. Now that the boy and girl are four, it's time to go, but the journey ahead will be terrifying: twenty miles downriver in a rowboat--blindfolded--with nothing to rely on but her wits and the children’s trained ears. One wrong choice and they will die. Something is following them all the while, but is it man, animal, or monster?'

Published by Dark Regions Press. 

  • Signed Limited Hardcover Edition
  • Trade Paperback




Dust jacket illustration by Vincent Chong.

On stage during a snowstorm King Lear collapses, and the actor playing him, Hollywood star Arthur Leander, never gets up. Young Kirsten Raymonde, child actress, watches from the wings as Arthur dies. A former paparazzo-turned-EMT in the audience tries to save him, leaving to discover the early stages of a fast-spreading flu have descended on the city and the world. Arthur’s former wife reflects on their time together and the graphic novel that is her great work of art.

Fifteen years after Arthur’s death, the Traveling Symphony tours the Great Lakes region of a sparsely populated, greatly altered United States. Time is marked as before and after the flu, and life—like the remnants of civilization—is still ever-fragile. An actress with the company, Kirsten bears an inscription from Star Trek on her arm—“Because survival is insufficient”—that is echoed on a Symphony caravan. In the town of St. Deborah by the Water, the Traveling Symphony provokes a local tyrant, a crisis that follows them onto the road.

Emily St. John Mandel’s New York Times bestselling Station Eleven is at once a gripping post-apocalyptic page turner and a hopeful, elegiac masterpiece that explores the connections that bind humanity. Shortlisted for the National Book Award and winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award.

  • Limited: 750 signed numbered hardcover copies 
  • Trade Paperback Edition


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 A Memory Called Empire (Teixcalaan #1) by Arkady Martine

Ambassador Mahit Dzmare arrives in the center of the multi-system Teixcalaanli Empire only to discover that her predecessor, the previous ambassador from their small but fiercely independent mining Station, has died. But no one will admit that his death wasn't an accident—or that Mahit might be next to die, during a time of political instability in the highest echelons of the imperial court.

Now, Mahit must discover who is behind the murder, rescue herself, and save her Station from Teixcalaan's unceasing expansion—all while navigating an alien culture that is all too seductive, engaging in intrigues of her own, and hiding a deadly technological secret—one that might spell the end of her Station and her way of life—or rescue it from annihilation.

First Hardcover Edition

A Desolation Called Peace (Teixcalaan #2) by Arkady Martine 

An alien armada lurks on the edges of Teixcalaanli space. No one can communicate with it, no one can destroy it, and Fleet Captain Nine Hibiscus is running out of options.

In a desperate attempt at diplomacy with the mysterious invaders, the fleet captain has sent for a diplomatic envoy. Now Mahit Dzmare and Three Seagrass—still reeling from the recent upheaval in the Empire—face the impossible task of trying to communicate with a hostile entity.

Whether they succeed or fail could change the fate of Teixcalaan forever.   

Signed first edition hardcover                  


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I Am Legend by Richard Matheson - Artist Gift Edition

“This may be the most terrifying novel you will ever read.”

This quote from mystery writer William Campbell Gault graced the first edition cover of what would become one of the most influential and adapted works of the 20th century. Originally published in 1954, Richard Matheson’s 'I Am Legend' ushered in a different kind of novel, defying and transcending genre to combine elements of horror and science fiction within a post-apocalyptic frame.

'I Am Legend' is the story of Robert Neville, who appears to be the sole survivor of a pandemic that has turned the human race into a crossbreed of zombies and vampires. Robert must hunt by day, hide by night, and most importantly, survive.

In 2012, the Horror Writers Association gave 'I Am Legend' the special Vampire Novel of the Century Award. The novel and Richard Matheson are often credited for creating the zombie-vampire genre.

  • Limited to 1000 copies.
  • Full cloth smyth-sewn binding.
  • Two hits foil stamping.
  • Printed endsheets.
  • Six black-and-white illustrations by award winning artist Allen Williams.
  • Dust jacket featuring Stanley Meltzoff art from the original 1954 edition (the only edition featuring the dust jacket.)
  • Signed by Allen Williams.
  • Housed in printed slipcase with cloth on the upper and lower sections.
  • Custom bookmark with all orders.



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 The Robots of Gotham by Todd McAulty

After long years of war, the United States has sued for peace, yielding to a brutal coalition of nations ruled by fascist machines. One quarter of the country is under foreign occupation. Manhattan has been annexed by a weird robot monarchy, and in Tennessee, a permanent peace is being delicately negotiated between the battered remnants of the U.S. government and an envoy of implacable machines.

Canadian businessman Barry Simcoe arrives in occupied Chicago days before his hotel is attacked by a rogue war machine. In the aftermath, he meets a dedicated Russian medic with the occupying army, and 19 Black Winter, a badly damaged robot. Together they stumble on a machine conspiracy to unleash a horrific plague—and learn that the fabled American resistance is not as extinct as everyone believes. Simcoe races against time to prevent the extermination of all life on the continent . . . and uncover a secret that America’s machine conquerors are desperate to keep hidden.

HMH - Hardcover First Edition


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Superb fantasy debut and first book in The Ravens Mark Trilogy.  by Ed McDonald Blackwing

After two centuries of battle, the Republic and the Dhojaran Empire have ground to a stalemate. In their last cataclysmic confrontation, the Republic only survived through the activation of a terrible war machine, Nall’s Engine. Harnessing the magical light-spinning magic of gifted individuals known as Spinners, the Engine decimated the invading Dhojaran hordes and created a magic contaminated wasteland christened the Misery. Now, the Republic keeps an uneasy watch northwards, where beyond the Misery the Dhojaran Empire’s overseers, the immortal and sadistic Deep Kings, are only held in check by the threat of the Engine’s reactivation.

However, not only is the reliability of the Engine increasingly uncertain, the hermetic clade of wizards responsible for its construction have isolated themselves one by one from the Republic. Only two of the original clade, nicknamed the Nameless, are known to still be active: the Lady of the Waves and Crowfoot.

Ryhalt Galharrow is a Blackwing, one of Crowfoot’s feared enforcers. Crowfoot’s favour grants him a status not unlike a member of the secret police. The State troops fear and hate him, because as Ryhalt states, everyone has something to hide. Even royalty and the military high command are to some extent answerable to him.

Crowfoot allows Ryhalt a loose leash in conducting his investigations. Ryhalt is fine with minimal oversight, because when Crowfoot conveys his messages, he does so by animating the crow tattoo on Ryhalt’s arm and literally causing it to burst free of his flesh as an avatar. It’s painful and it’s messy.

So when Crowfoot contacts him midway through a job in the Misery and orders he detour to the military outpost Station 12, Ryhalt knows there’s serious trouble brewing.

Blackwing (Raven's Mark #1) by Ed McDonald 

The republic faces annihilation, despite the vigilance of Galharrow's Blackwings. When a raven tattoo rips itself from his arm to deliver a desperate message, Galharrow and a mysterious noblewoman must investigate a long dead sorcerer's legacy. But there is a conspiracy within the citadel: traitors, flesh-eaters and the ghosts of the wastelands seek to destroy them, but if they cannot solve the ancient wizard's paradox, the Deep Kings will walk the earth again, and all will be lost.

The war with the Eastern Empire ended in stalemate some eighty years ago, thanks to Nall's 'Engine', a wizard-crafted weapon so powerful even the Deep Kings feared it. The strike of the Engine created the Misery - a wasteland full of ghosts and corrupted magic that now forms a No Mans Land along the frontier. But when Galharrow investigates a frontier fortress, he discovers complacency bordering on treason: then the walls are stormed, and the Engine fails to launch. Galharrow only escapes because of the preternatural magical power of the noblewoman he was supposed to be protecting. Together, they race to the capital to unmask the traitors and restore the republic's defences. Far across the Misery a vast army is on the move, as the Empire prepares to call the republic's bluff.. 

Exclusive special edition with black page edges and is signed and numbered (PC) to a limitation page.

Ravencry (Raven's Mark #2) by Ed McDonald

Four years have passed since Nall’s Engine drove the Deep Kings back across the Misery, but as they hurl fire from the sky, darker forces plots against the republic.

A new power is rising: a ghost in the light known only as the Bright Lady manifests in visions across the city, and the cult that worship her grasp for power even as the city burns around them.

When Crowfoot’s arcane vault is breached, an object of terrible power is stolen, and Galharrow and his Blackwings must once find out which of Valengrad’s enemies is responsible before they have a chance to use it.

To save Valengrad, Galharrow, Nenn and Tnota must venture to a darker, more twisted and more dangerous place than any they’ve walked before: the very heart of the Misery.

Exclusive special edition with maroon page edges and is signed and numbered (PC) to a limitation page.

 Crowfall (Raven's Mark #3) by Ed McDonald 

Crowfall is a gritty epic fantasy for fans of Mark Lawrence, Scott Lynch and Daniel Polansky.

'Dark, twisty and excellent . . . Grimdark with heart' Mark Lawrence

A sorceress cataclysm has hit the Range, the final defensive line between the Republic and the immortal Deep Kings.

Tormenting red rains sweep the land, new monstrosities feed on fear in the darkness, and the power of the Nameless, the gods who protect the Republic, lies broken. The Blackwing captains who serve them are being picked off one by one, and even immortals have learned what it means to die. Meanwhile the Deep Kings have only grown stronger, and are poised to deliver a blow that will finally end the war.

Ryhalt Galharrow stands apart from it all.

He has been deeper into the wasteland known as the Misery than ever before. It has grown within him - changed him - but all power comes with a price, and now the ghosts of his past, formerly confined to the Misery, walk with him everywhere.

They will even follow him, and the few surviving Blackwing captains, on one final mission into the darkness. 

Exclusive special edition with teal page edges and is signed and numbered (PC) to a limitation page and features 20 pages of bonus material, exclusive to the numbered edition, in the form of an illustrated bestiary. 


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                      Easton Press Edition 

A haunting story of an extraordinary woman on a dangerous quest in a far-future post-apocalyptic world.

Snake travels the land with her serpents, the rattlesnake Sand, the cobra Mist and the rare alien dreamsnake called Grass, whose bite can ease the fear and pain of death.

But the blasted landscape of a far-future post-holocaust Earth is a dangerous place, even for such a highly regarded elite healer . . . especially when an unexpected death sends her on a desperate quest to reclaim her healing powers.

Dreamsnake, winner of the Hugo, Nebula and Locus Awards 

Doubleday Bookclub Edition - Hardcover                   




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 MacDonald - First Edition Hardcover    Julia Mcrae - First Edition Hardcover           


    Scribner - First Edition Hardcover                                                                     TOR - First Edition Hardcover                                              TPB-B                            B- Format  

I’ll See You In Hell by John McPartland

Centipede Press classic crime is back! This legendary, fast-paced novel by John McPartland features one of the best villains in noir fiction, deputy sherrif Merl McKinstry, with our hero, Lee Farr, cast in absolutely hopeless situations.

This new edition of 'I’ll See You In Hell' features a new introduction by Duane Swierczynski, and a short bonus novella: “Step Down to Terror,” seeing its first-ever reprint since its original publication in Argosy in 1954, and the first time it has ever been reprinted in book form.

Combined with cover art by John Tedrick and a gorgeous frontispiece by renowned artist Enric Torres-Prat, this new edition of 'I’ll See You' In Hell is essential noir reading.

Perhaps just as important, this publication of 'I’ll See You In Hell' marks its first-ever hardcover appearance!

New introduction by Duane Swierczynski.

Signed by Duane Swierczynski and cover artist John Tedrick.

Frontispiece artwork by Enric Torres-Prat.


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Spaced Out  - Three Novels of Tomorrow

    Shadow on the Hearth.

    Outpost Mars (aka Mars Child) with C. M. Kornbluth as by Cyril Judd.

    Gunner Cade with C. M. Kornbluth as by Cyril Judd.

NESFA Press hardcover edition


     Doubleday - First Edition Hardcover                   Putnam - First Edition Hardcover  



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 A Canticle for Leibowitz is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by American writer Walter M. Miller Jr., first published in 1960. Set in a Catholic monastery in the desert of the Southwestern United States after a devastating nuclear war, the story spans thousands of years as civilization rebuilds itself. The monks of the fictional Albertian Order of Leibowitz take up the mission of preserving the surviving remnants of man's scientific knowledge until the day the outside world is again ready for it.

Based on three short stories Miller contributed to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, it is the only novel published by the author during his lifetime. His follow-up work, Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman, was published posthumously in 1997. Considered one of the classics of science fiction, it has never been out of print and has seen over 25 reprints and editions. Appealing to mainstream and genre critics and readers alike, it won the 1961 Hugo Award for best science fiction novel.

Inspired by the author's participation in the Allied bombing of the monastery at Monte Cassino during World War II, the novel is considered a masterpiece by literary critics.

Edition - Easton Press


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Murder as a Fine Art by David Morrell (Thomas De Quincey #1)


Thomas De Quincey, infamous for his memoir Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, is the major suspect in a series of ferocious mass murders identical to ones that terrorized London forty-three years earlier.

The blueprint for the killings seems to be De Quincey's essay "On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts." Desperate to clear his name but crippled by opium addiction, De Quincey is aided by his devoted daughter Emily and a pair of determined Scotland Yard detectives.

In 'Murder as a Fine Art', David Morrell plucks De Quincey, Victorian London, and the Ratcliffe Highway murders from history. Fogbound streets become a battleground between a literary star and a brilliant murderer, whose lives are linked by secrets long buried but never forgotten...

Cemetery Dance, published as a Hardcover Limited Edition:

• Limited to just 500 signed and numbered copies

• Personally signed by the author on a unique signature page


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Gideon the Ninth (The Locked Tomb #1) by Tamsyn Muir 

Dust jacket and full-color endpapers by Edward Miller.

Gideon Nav would’ve loved—all right, preferred—to be orphaned anywhere but the Ninth. Raised as an indentured servant by its brutal necromancer nuns, and surrounded by rude servants and reanimated skeletons, she takes her few creature comforts where she can get them. Namely in the form of swordplay, dirty magazines, and trying desperately to escape.

When the Emperor, Necromancer Divine, issues a summons to all the far-flung houses, Gideon finally gets a chance to slip the surly bonds of the Ninth… But in the name of saving the place she loathes. Gideon is forced to play cavalier for Harrowhark Nonagesimus, Reverend Daughter of the Ninth House, in a meeting that pits the houses against one another to see who can achieve the position of Lyctor and attain immortality. Harrowhark might win and prevent the Ninth’s ultimate demise, but only if she can keep Gideon at her side…

In Gideon the Ninth, the riveting first chapter of a debut trilogy, Nebula, World Fantasy, and Shirley Jackson Award nominee Tamsyn Muir has created a singular world filled with death that still manages to burst at the seams with life. With starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, and Library Journal, this epic blend of science fiction, fantasy and horror filled with lesbian necromancers, deadly consequences, and unparalleled wit will enchant readers.

 Gideon the Ninth (The Locked Tomb #1) by Tamsyn Muir 

Gideon the Ninth is the most fun you'll ever have with a skeleton.

The Emperor needs necromancers.

The Ninth Necromancer needs a swordswoman.

Gideon has a sword, some dirty magazines, and no more time for undead bullshit.

Tamsyn Muir's Gideon the Ninth unveils a solar system of swordplay, cut-throat politics, and lesbian necromancers. Her characters leap off the page, as skillfully animated as necromantic skeletons. The result is a heart-pounding epic science fantasy.

Brought up by unfriendly, ossifying nuns, ancient retainers, and countless skeletons, Gideon is ready to abandon a life of servitude and an afterlife as a reanimated corpse. She packs up her sword, her shoes, and her dirty magazines, and prepares to launch her daring escape. But her childhood nemesis won't set her free without a service.

Harrowhark Nonagesimus, Reverend Daughter of the Ninth House and bone witch extraordinaire, has been summoned into action. The Emperor has invited the heirs to each of his loyal Houses to a deadly trial of wits and skill. If Harrowhark succeeds she will become an immortal, all-powerful servant of the Resurrection, but no necromancer can ascend without their cavalier. Without Gideon's sword, Harrow will fail, and the Ninth House will die.

Of course, some things are better left dead.                 

TOR Hardcover later print.

She answered the Emperor's call.

She arrived with her arts, her wits, and her only friend.

In victory, her world has turned to ash.

After rocking the cosmos with her deathly debut, Tamsyn Muir continues the story of the penumbral Ninth House in Harrow the Ninth, a mind-twisting puzzle box of mystery, murder, magic, and mayhem. Nothing is as it seems in the halls of the Emperor, and the fate of the galaxy rests on one woman's shoulders.

Harrowhark Nonagesimus, last necromancer of the Ninth House, has been drafted by her Emperor to fight an unwinnable war. Side-by-side with a detested rival, Harrow must perfect her skills and become an angel of undeath — but her health is failing, her sword makes her nauseous, and even her mind is threatening to betray her.

Sealed in the gothic gloom of the Emperor's Mithraeum with three unfriendly teachers, hunted by the mad ghost of a murdered planet, Harrow must confront two unwelcome questions: is somebody trying to kill her? And if they succeeded, would the universe be better off?

TOR Hardcover first print.

Princess Floralinda and the Forty-Flight Tower

by Tamsyn Muir 

Dust jacket illustration by Tristan Elwell.

When the witch built the forty-flight tower, she made very sure to do the whole thing properly. Each flight contains a dreadful monster, ranging from a diamond-scaled dragon to a pack of slavering goblins. Should a prince battle his way to the top, he will be rewarded with a golden sword—and the lovely Princess Floralinda. 

But no prince has managed to conquer the first flight yet, let alone get to the fortieth. 

In fact, the supply of fresh princes seems to have quite dried up.

And winter is closing in on Floralinda…

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The Story of Silence by Alex Myers 

A knightly fairy tale of royalty and dragons, of midwives with secrets and dashing strangers in dark inns. Taking the original French legend as his starting point, The Story of Silence is a rich, multilayered new story for today’s world – sure to delight fans of ‘Uprooted' and 'The Bear and the Nightingale'.

There was once, long ago, a foolish king who decreed that women should not, and would not, inherit. Thus when a girl-child was born to Lord Cador – Merlin-enchanted fighter of dragons and Earl of Cornwall – he secreted her away: to be raised a boy so that the family land and honour would remain intact.

That child’s name was Silence.

Silence must find their own place in a medieval world that is determined to place the many restrictions of gender and class upon them. With dreams of knighthood and a lonely heart to answer, Silence sets out to define themselves.

Soon their silence will be ended.

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