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1 King, Stephen Bag of Bones
New York Scribner 1998 1st Edition Advance Wraps Fine No Jacket 
Here is a Very Fine copy of the proof of what has been called Stephen King's most unforgettable novel. The Pre-First Edition Advance Reading Copy from the Uncorrected Proofs. Proofs are published in very small quantities and as such are more rare than First Editions. This proof is tight and clean with all corners square and no creases to the spine. This is a remarkable collector's book. This title, while still containing the general spookiness of all Mr. Kings novels also reaches beyond its genre' into the world of fine literature. For all his popularity, it is my opinion that the quality of Mr. King's writing is often underrated. He is a fine modern novelist and this wonderful title is further proof of that. The condition of the book is Very Fine. This is a story of grief and a lost love's enduring bonds. A New love that is haunted by the secrets of the past, and of an innocent child caught in the terrible crossfire. A Great read! We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 99.00 USD
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2 King, Stephen Black House - Black cover
London Harper Collins 2001 First Edition Hard Cover As New As New 
First UK edition with the black dustjacket. Beautiful copy. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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3 King, Stephen Black House - White cover
London Harper Collins 2001 First Edition Hard Cover As New As New 
First UK edition with the white dustjacket. Fine copy. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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4 King, Stephen, Ridley Pearson Diary of Ellen Rimbauer, The
New York Hyperion 2001 First Edition Cloth Laminate Fine No Jacket 
This is the First edition and First printing of this classic haunted house novel. When it was first published, it was assumed that Stephen King had written it but it later became known that the true author was Ridley Pearson. This is the book that the miniseries Rose Red was based on and it follows the construction of the spooky old place in the form of Ellen Rimbauer's contemporary diary. The book is in very fine condition and it is bound in a cloth laminate. In addition the book resides in a mylar cover. Rose Red was an enormous home that would be the site of so many horrific and inexplicable tragedies in the years after it's building. Also, and this is strange, the house is still changing and growing on its own. A wonderful ghost and haunted house story that is just plain fun to read. A fine copy and a first printing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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5 King, Stephen Hearts in Atlantis
New York Scribner 1999 1st Edition Advance Trade Paperback Near Fine No Jacket 
This novel has been made into a Major Motion picture starring Anthony Hopkins. Here is a wonderful volume for the Stephen King collector. It is a Very Fine copy of the First Edition of Hearts in Atlantis in 1st edition advance format. Advance editions are printed in small numbers in order to check for mistakes before the regular first edition is published and to send some copies to reviewers. The Large trade paperback First Edition is in very fine condition. The book appears to have not been read. The corners are square and there are no creases on the spine. There is a small dark mark on the top-edge near the spine but it really does not detract. This book is composed of five interconnected, sequential narratives, set in the years from 1960 to 1999. Each story is deeply rooted in the sixties. King once more sets out to explore the heart of darkness that lies within his characters and their actions as the story unfolds. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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6 Bachman, Richard (Stephen King) Regulators, The
New York Dutton 1996 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 
This novel was written by Richard Bachman which is a pseudonym for Stephen King. King wrote several other books under this name such as 'Thinner'. The novel is a First Edition and a First Printing with the number 0996 at the bottom of the inside front flap. It is in Near Fine condition with two very small spots on the front board. The corners are square and the textblock is pristine. There is a very, very, light pencil line to the bottom edge and it is almost invisible. The dustjacket is also very near fine and only shows some tiny shelf wear to the top of the spine panel. It will probably dissappear when I place the book in an archival Brodart protector before shipment. The dustjacket is not price-clipped. This is a great copy of this First Edition. They say that 'Richard Bachman' is 'Stephen King Without a conscience'. 'The Regulators' is the story of a suburban neighborhood in the grip of surreal horror. The mayhem rages around a darkened house lit fitfully from within by a flickering television screen. Inside, things have not been normal for a long time. By the time night falls on Poplar Street, the surviving residents will find themselves in another world. It is a world where anything, no matter how terrible, is possible, and where the regulators are on their way. How far they will go, and how they can be stopped are the desperate questions. The answers are absolutely terrifying. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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