Description:Very Good with no dust jacket. 16mo 6"-7" tall Stated First...Very Good with no dust jacket. 16mo 6"-7" tall Stated First Printing, a solid, attractive hardcover copy, tightly bound, unbruised tips, and clean internals, though tanned throughout. This comprises two full-length Inner Sanctum mysteries. 312 pp.
Description:Very Good. Simon and Schuster, New York 1959. First Edition...Very Good. Simon and Schuster, New York 1959. First Edition Thus / First Printing. Stated First Printing, no additional printings. Yellow cloth boards. Contains 3 stories originally published in paperback form: Cop Hater, The Mugger, The Pusher. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean boards, tight spine, soft shelf wear. Age toning. The dust jacket is not present.
Description:Good in Good jacket. Size: Octavo; First Printing. Yellow...Good in Good jacket. Size: Octavo; First Printing. Yellow hardcovers are clean, spine ends little rubbed. Interior clean, binding secure. Jacket rubbed and edgeworn, 3/4 inch chip top right of front panel, not price-clipped, in mylar cover.
Description:Good in Good jacket. Book Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good 1959...Good in Good jacket. Book Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good 1959 Simon & Schuster First edition of McBain's 6th and very scarce mystery. This book is in G/G condition. The boards are still bright yellow with 3 green reading"bugs" on the front and a deep green rectangle with bright gilt lettering on the spine. The interior pages have yellowed but the text is very clean and tight. There is a faded dried stain on the lower spine end. The unclipped DJ is vivd and bright with the same dried stain on the spine. Still a very scarce and nice first edition! **Brenbooks carries an extensive collection of McBain & Hunter mysteries.
Description:First edition thus, a compilation of three novels previously...First edition thus, a compilation of three novels previously published as paperback originals. Introduction by Anthony Boucher. Pages browned as usual, bumping to the top board, else near fine in a lightly foxed, near fine dustwrapper.
Description:VG+ in VG++ jacket. Bound in yellow cloth, stamped in green and...VG+ in VG++ jacket. Bound in yellow cloth, stamped in green and gold. A collection of three 87th Precinct novellas: Cop Hater, The Mugger, and The Pusher. These books were first published as paperback originals. With an introduction by Anthony Boucher. 472 pp.
Description:McBain, Ed. THE 87th PRECINCT. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1959 First...McBain, Ed. THE 87th PRECINCT. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1959 First edition. Introduction by Anthony Boucher. Usual page edge tanning, about fine; dust jacket has light wear, a little foxing. First US hardcover edition of Cop Hater, The Mugger and The Pusher. All were filmed; a nice tight, square copy.
Description:Very Good in Very Good+ jacket. Remainder. Signed by Author...Very Good in Very Good+ jacket. Remainder. Signed by Author Signed by McBain. Remainder mark. Pages darkening. Edgewear, chipping and discoloration to dust jacket. Introduction page has loose hinge.
Description:Very Good + in Very Good + jacket. Cop Hater, The Mugger & The...Very Good + in Very Good + jacket. Cop Hater, The Mugger & The Pusher. First edition, First printing. Book is in Very Good + condition. Boards are clean, not bumped. Fore edges have a small amount of wear. Interior is clean and legible. Not remaindered. Dust Jacket is in Very Good + condition. Tiny bit of shelf wear/rub. Tiniest bit of wear along the edges. Has been corner trimed, $3.95 price still intact. Not price clipped. Book is in Mylar Cover. All-Ways well boxed, All-Ways fast service. Thanks.
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