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1 Chalfin, Jack Memoirs of a Moth
AuthorHouse 2005 142084833X / 9781420848335 Paperback New 
Memoirs of A Moth explores the difference between our memories and the real events that inspire them. The past is often transformed by our subconscious to coincide, more closely, with our fantasies. Gwen Harrington's altered memories makes this account of a young woman's struggle, several stories woven into a single tale.

Brand new paperback in glossy binding. NO remainder marks, no flaws or defects. We pack your purchase with care and ship promptly. 
Price: 17.00 USD

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2 Crane, Stephen The Red Badge of Courage
Franklin Library 1979 Leather Bound Like New 
Franklin Library, 1979. Claimed limited edition, bound handsomely in gilt-stamped leather binding, with rose moire silk endpapers. All edges gilt, NO marks; no signs of wear. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 Duerrenmatt, Friedrich The Pledge
Random House 1959 First Edition Hardcover Good Fair 
First Edition. Hardcover in worn, aged dust jacket. NO marks or writing in book. Has a little wear and tear. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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4 Erik Mortensen House of Broken Stone
Kitchener, Ontario Erik Mortensen 2004 0973683201 / 9780973683202 Paperback Like New 
Glossy softcover. No marks or writing in book. Clean and bright. Softcover, 2004. 72 pages. Printed in Canada. House of Broken Stone is a psychological thriller that Mortensen self-published through Volumes Publishing while a student in 12th grade. The following synopsis is taken from the novella's back cover: Samuel is being released from a mental institution after twenty years. At the age of seven he was forced to shoot his father, who had gone insane, murdered his mother, and attempted to do the same to his brother. Now Samuel is going back to his hometown and his brother; however, he finds something else he didn't expect, a horrible truth. Now, with no evidence, and a psychiatric history, Samuel is going to try to reveal the truth and ensure justice is done. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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5 Fowles, John The Collector
Little Brown 1989 Hardcover Very Good Very Good 
Book Club facsimile of the 1963 edition; reissued in 1989 with a pamphlet introduction by Stephen King laid in at front. Our copy has a little wear to the dust jacket at spine ends. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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6 Joey Goebel The Anomalies
193156129X / 9781931561297 Hardcover New 
New hardcover in dust jacket. First printing. Author's first novel. NO marks or flaws - a very presentable copy. 
Price: 18.50 USD
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7 Stevenson, Talitha An Empty Room: A Novel
0786712791 / 9780786712793 New 
New hardcover in bright, freash dust jacket. NO marks; no signs of wear or handling. 
Price: 18.50 USD
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8 Williams, Erik; Cover artwork by Tom Moran The Reverend's Powder
Sideshow Press 2010 Paperback New Jacob Parmentier 
Small softcover in glossy wrappers. Book Five of The Black Ink Chapbook Series. 48 pages. Edition limited to 100 paperback copies, of which this is no. 60. Signed by the author on the title page. Special Limited Edition Paperback.

THEN: Reverend Billy Simms has healed tens of thousands during his two decades as a faith healer, and his reputation as ďthe real thingĒ draws thousands of the sick, the weak, and the wounded. Against his better judgment, Matthew agrees to accompany his cancer-stricken sister to the faith revivalistís assembly. A skeptic at heart, he recognizes the reverend as a fraud, but canít help but to feel hope as his sisterís condition seems to improve. Two days later, she is dead. NOW: As Reverend Simms stands naked, unconscious, and strapped to a hand truck, Matthew has a decision to make. He has reached a fork; one road stretching toward forgiveness and the other descending into bloody revenge. 
Price: 20.00 USD

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