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  • 1. The Moth

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Small ink name and date on front free endpaper; else a very nice copy in an attractive jacket with some very slight edge wear. 373 pp. 8vo, See More Details

    1948, Alfred A. Knopf

    publisher's cloth in dust jacket.

    Jeffrey Marks Rare Books, ABAA

    BEST

    Rochester, NY, USA

    $150.00

  • 2. Past All Dishonor

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Dust Jacket Included. DUST JACKET (UNCLIPPED; FEW NICKS) FIRST EDITION VERY GOOD-FINE, FRESH COPY. See More Details

    1946, NEW YORK, KNOPF, 1946

    Hardcover, Very Good

    George Houle

    HIGH

    Los Angeles, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 3. Serenade

    by Cain, James M

     

    Seller Description: First Edition. W. A. Dwiggins dustjacket design. Novel of Hollywood, New York, and Mexico. Very Good plus with long gift inscription partly erased and slight cocking in Very Good plus price clipped dustjacket with shallow chipping to spine ends, darkening to spine and rear panel, splitting along lower rear spine edge, and light chipping to lower front panel. See More Details

    1937, Alfred A. Knopf

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Babylon Revisited Rare Books

    LOW

    Northampton, MA, USA

    $150.00

  • 4. The Moth

    by Cain, James M

     

    Seller Description: Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8vo. Green lettered grey cloth in pictorial dust jacket. Slight wear to extremities but otherwise a fine unread copy. Blank bookplate on endpaper. See More Details

    1948, Alfred A. Knopf

    Cloth, Very Good

    CONTACT EDITIONS, ABAC/ILAB

    HIGH

    TORONTO, ON, CANADA

    $153.00

  • 5. The Embezzler

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Jack Deckter. Near Fine. First separate edition. An exceptional copy; tight, bright and super clean, both inside and out. There is a mild spine lean, a little minimal wear to the lower edge of the front cover and short split at heel of spine along front spine edge. An unusually sharp copy; scarce in this condition. See More Details

    1944, Avon Murder Mystery Monthly #20

    Digest Size Paperback, Very Good

    Green Lion Books

    not rated

    Saint Paul, MN, USA

    $160.00

  • 6. Three of a Kind

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: FINE IN A VERY GOOD+ D.J. Wilder's 1944 classic adaptation of "Double Indemnity, " a cornerstone of the film noir genre scripted by Wilder and Raymon. BOOK IS ABOUT FINE WITHOUT ANY MARKS TO THE BINDING OR THE TEXT OTHER THAN A PREVIOUS OWNER'S NAME ON THE FRONT FREE ENDPAPER WITH JUST A TOUCH OF BLEACHING TO THE BOARDS' EDGES AND THE USUAL TONING OF THE WARTIME ERA PAPER STOCK. D.J. IS VERY GOOD WITH SOME LOSS AT THE ENDS OF THE SLIGHTLY FADED SPINE PANEL WITHOUT EFFECT TO THE SPINE TITLES, ... See More Details

    PUB (1943), ROBERT HALE LIMITED

    HARDCOVER, Fine/Like New

    JOHN LUTSCHAK BOOKS

    HIGH

    BURLINGTON, WI, USA

    $175.00

  • 7. The Magicians Wife

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. Signed Copy First edition copy. Collectible-Very Good. Good dust jacket. 1965, stated 1st printing, Dial. Signed and inscribed to 'Ethel' by Cain on front endpaper, she has then written an inscription on reverse to Roy Hoopes, journalist and Cain biographer, her name also in ink to front pastedown. Black cloth spine over purple paper covered boards. Light wear to spine ends. Interior is clean and sound. Dust jacket is edgeworn and rubbed. Rear panel yellowed at edges. 1/2 inch chip ... See More Details

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Wonder Book - Member ABAA/ILAB

    HIGH

    Frederick, MD, USA

    $195.00

  • 8. Serenade

    by James M. Cain

     

    Seller Description: *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily REDUCED by 10% until Sunday, April 26. Order now for BEST SAVINGS! * first edition, first printing; 314, [1] pp., original silver stamped black cloth (hardcover), nominal rubbing to bottom edge of the covers, else very good in a good purple & red dust jacket; the jacket is bright but price-clipped and edge worn. Photos available upon request. See More Details

    1937, NY: Knopf

    ISBN-13: 9780404615024

    Hardcover, Good

    Zubal Books

    HIGH

    Cleveland, OH, USA

    $195.43

  • 9. The Moth

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: First edition. Fine in a near fine, lightly tanned dust jacket with just two shallow chips to head of spine and one to the top right corner. A very nice copy. See More Details

    1948., Alfred A. Knopf,

    Hardcover, Fine/Like New

    Quill & Brush, Inc.

    BEST

    Dickerson, MD, USA

    $200.00

  • 10. Rainbow's End

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Octavo, boards. First edition. Inscribed by Cain on the half title page: "To--/ with love, / & the hope (? )/ enjoy it/ Jim/ Hyattsville, Md/ July 8, 1975." Corners gently bumped, a near fine copy in very good dust jacket with some shelf wear to spine ends and corners with some associated very tiny closed tears. (#126978) See More Details

    1975, New York: Mason/Charter,

    ISBN-13: 9780884050926

    Hardcover, Very Good

    LW Currey

    HIGH

    Elizabethtown, NY, USA

    $200.00

  • 11. The Moth

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Good with no dust jacket. Presentation copy, signed by author/worn and soiled with some abrasions on back cover/some browning on front and back flyleaves; 8 vo; 373 pages. See More Details

    1948, Alfred A. Knopf

    Hardback, Good

    MabBooks

    HIGH

    Houston, TX, USA

    $200.00

  • 12. The Postman Always Rings Twice

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Near Fine. Bright copy with a slight spine lean. Difficult number in the Avon Murder Mystery Monthly series. See More Details

    1942, Avon Murder Mystery Monthly #6

    Digest Size Paperback, Very Good

    Green Lion Books

    not rated

    Saint Paul, MN, USA

    $200.00

  • 13. The Moth

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: First Edition. 8vo. A fine copy (grey cloth variant), top edge stained green, in fine dustwrapper showing minimal use. An extremely good copy. See More Details

    1948, Alfred A. Knopf

    Hardcover, Good

    TBCL Book Collector's Library

    AVERAGE

    Montreal, QC, CANADA

    $203.00

  • 14. Serenade

    by Cain, James M

     

    Seller Description: Good+ in Fine jacket. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1937. First edition. Hardcover. Good+/Fine. First edition, SIGNED and INSCRIBED. Black cloth, 8vo. Good+, slightly cocked, spine ends and corners bumped and frayed, eps foxed. Lacking dj. Front endpaper signed with a lengthy later inscription by author. In fine (facsimile) dust jacket, the red and purple variation. * See More Details

    1937, Alfred A. Knopf

    Hardcover, Good

    Denominator Books (IOBA)

    AVERAGE

    Winnetka, IL, USA

    $220.00

  • 15. Three of a Kind

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. A Very good+ copy in a Vg. priceclipped '2nd. ' issue dj. (Stamped price of $2.50 at the bottom corner of the front dj. flap. Rear cover features a short essay by Cain. Gilt on spine rubbed. Exceedingly faint erasure on front endpaper. Bottom edge of cloth lightly shelfsoiled. A few chips at edges of dj. Short edge tears) Features the FIRST book appearance of "Double Indemnity." See More Details

    1943, KNOPF. NY 1943

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Waverley Books

    BEST

    Santa Monica, CA, USA

    $225.00

  • 16. Serenade

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: NF in VG jacket. See More Details

    1937, Knopf

    Hardcover, Very Good

    ManofBooks

    AVERAGE

    Washington, DC, USA

    $225.00

  • 17. Love's Lovely Counterfeit

    by James M. Cain

     

    Seller Description: Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book 1942 Knopf STATED FIRST edition of Cain's 4th novel and extremely scarce in this condition. The book is in VG/VG condition. The HB has bright red boards and vivid black lettering with no fading. There is a tiny bit of lean in the spine. Inside there is some age yellowing of the inside boards only with previous owner marks on the ffep. The text is very clean and bright. The DJ is mylar wrapped and price clipped. There is minimal wear with only some rubs along ... See More Details

    1942, Alfred A. Knopf

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Bren-Books.Com

    BEST

    Rockville, MD, USA

    $240.00

  • 18. The Embezzler

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Jack Deckter. Near Fine/Fine. First separate edition. A very exceptional copy; square, tight, very bright and super clean, both inside and out. There is just a touch of wear to the bottom cover edges. An unusually sharp copy; scarce in this condition. See More Details

    1944, Avon Murder Mystery Monthly #20

    Digest Size Paperback, Very Good

    Green Lion Books

    not rated

    Saint Paul, MN, USA

    $240.00

  • 19. Love's Lovely Counterfeit

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Slightly shelf-slanted; a few light spots to cloth; small ink name to pastedown; usual browning to preliminaries; in an attractive jacket with a little use to the extremities of the spine. 218 pp. 8vo, See More Details

    1942, Alfred A. Knopf

    original cloth in dust jacket.

    Jeffrey Marks Rare Books, ABAA

    BEST

    Rochester, NY, USA

    $250.00

  • 20. The Institute

    by Cain, James M

     

    Seller Description: Good. Signed Copy First edition copy. Collectible-Good. Good dust jacket. 1976, stated 1st printing, Mason Charter. Signed and inscribed on front endpaper by Cain to Roy (Hoopes), journalist and Cain biographer. Red cloth. Slight spine slant. Foxing spots to all edges of text block. Interior is clean and binding sound. Dust jacket is edgeworn, chipped and lightly soiled. See More Details

    1976, Mason/Charter

    ISBN-13: 9780884053514

    Hardcover, Good

    Wonder Book - Member ABAA/ILAB

    HIGH

    Frederick, MD, USA

    $250.00

  • 21. The Postman Always Rings Twice

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: GIFT QUALITY. JACKET: TORN DJ. 5 X 7. The dj matches the original design published by Alfred A. Knopf. The dj is torn down spine, rubbed cover, lightly tanned, creased at spine. The book has light shelf wear, tanned fore edges and pages. Good binding, clean body and unmarked text. This copy was published the same year as the 1934 Knopf first edition. Jacket has same design as front cover of book. _PAB_ See More Details

    1934, GROSSET & DUNLAP

    HARD BACK ORANGE, Good

    Princeton Antiques Bookservice

    AVERAGE

    Atlantic City, NJ, USA

    $250.00

  • 22. Serenade

    by Cain, James M

     

    Seller Description: First Edition. W. A. Dwiggins dustjacket design. Novel of Hollywood, New York, and Mexico. Very Good, lower spine end bumped, private library impression at front free endpaper, in Very Good purple variant dustjacket, chipping at spine ends and lower front flap edge. See More Details

    1937, Alfred A. Knopf

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Babylon Revisited Rare Books

    LOW

    Northampton, MA, USA

    $250.00

  • 23. Sinful Woman

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: Barye Phillips. Near Fine. A very appealing copy. Solid, square, tight and clean with only a mild stress bend to bottom left corner of rear panel. An attractive copy of a paperback original that is getting more difficult to find in this collectible condition. See More Details

    1947, Avon Monthly Novel #1

    Digest Size Softcover, Very Good

    Green Lion Books

    not rated

    Saint Paul, MN, USA

    $285.00

  • 24. Serenade

    by James M. Cain

     

    Seller Description: Very Fine in Very Good jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7"-9" tall. Very fine copy. Owners stamp on front pastedown. Ink name. Very goog jacket. Loss at crown and heel. Couple of minor chips top back panel. Author's Rare Second Book. Nice copy. See More Details

    1937, Knopf

    Decorative Cloth, Fine/Like New

    Jeff Bergman Books ABAA/ILAB

    BEST

    Fort Lee, NJ, USA

    $295.00

  • 25. Three of a Kind

    by Cain, James M.

     

    Seller Description: NF in NF jacket. First printing. Light stain to bottom page block, otherwise a clean and bright NF copy in a NF dust jacket. Collects the novellas Career in C Minor, The Embezzler, and Double Indemnity, which was the basis for the film directed by Billy Wilder and starring Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray and Edward G. Robinson. An attractive and collectible copy. See More Details

    1943, Knopf

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Acorn Books NH

    HIGH

    Wilton, NH, USA

    $298.78