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1 Rice, Anne Feast of All Saints, The
New York Simon & Schuster 1979 First Edition Cloth Fine Fine Signed by Author
This is Anne Rice's fabulous second book. It is becoming more and more difficult to find in the First Edition. Anne Rice has signed this volume on her trademark bookplate, which pictures her family estate in New Orleans. The plate is attached to the first front endpaper(FFEP). I would rate the book as fine and it has the tiniest bump to the upper right extremity of the front board. It is virtually invisible. Otherwise the text block is completely clean and the binding is very tight. This book has not been read. The dust jacket is in Very Fine condition and The jacket is not price-clipped and there are no previous owner's bookplates present. This book makes a Fine presentation. It is a novel peopled with some of the most splendidly realized characters in contemporary fiction. Published in 1979, the book is a profound and absorbing work of literature. These very early Anne Rice novels have been increasing in value since they were published. When you write a first book like Interview With the Vampire, the follow-up second book becomes highly anticipated and a collector's item in its own right. This First Edition will please any lover of Great horror novels. We are happy to send pictures on request. 
Price: 199.00 USD
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2 Rice, Anne Servant of the Bones
New York Knopf 1996 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Signed by Author
This is a novel that is quickly becoming very collectible with Anne Rice's turnaround in her writing towards Christian themes. This novel was Published in 1996. 'Servant of the Bones' was a major departure for Anne Rice in terms of character and theme. Leaving behind her Vampires and Witches she now carries us into new realms of the occult, the mystical, and the magical with a new hero. He is dark, luminous, powerful, witty and smiling. He is a ghost, a demon, and an angel. He is Azriel, the Servant of the Bones. This book is in Fine condition with no bumped corners and an absolutely beautiful and clean text block. There is a small bit of shelf wear at the extreme bottom of the spine that has just a little crinkling.The beautiful dust jacket is not price-clipped and shows minor creasing to the extreme top and bottom of the spine panel. This is not as bad as it might sound! These shiny, almost metallic dustjackets are extremely fragile and sensitive to bending. This is also the way 'Interview With the Vampire' was published and the main problem with finding a great copy of that title is the dust jacket for the same reason. The book is signed by Anne Rice on her personal bookplate which depicts the Rice property in New Orleans. The plate is attached to the front pastedown. All-in-all this is a Very Near Fine copy of this great bestseller and it is very collectible. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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3 Rice, Anne Taltos - Lives of the Mayfair Witches
New York Alfred A. Knopf 1994 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ Signed by Author
This is the First edition and First printing of this wonderful novel. This novel is subtitled 'Lives of the Mayfair Witches'. It is signed by Anne Rice directly on the ffep. The book itself is in very near fine condition with an absolutely clean, tight text. The Dustjacket shows light shelfwear and both the inner front flap and the rear flap have very small creases at their top corners. There is one small closed tear to the top of the spine of DJ but the paper is present. All in All this is really quite a nice copy of this horror classic. It looks better than it sounds when I describe it. This novel is a hypnotic saga of the occult that began with 'The Witching Hour' and 'Lasher'. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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