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wharton

Does anybody have any Clark Ashton Smith books that they are willing to sell? I am also looking for H.P. Lovecraft, Robert Bloch, T.E.D. Klein, August Derleth, William Hope Hodgson, Ambrose Bierce, Shirley Jackson and Patricia Highsmith. I guess that most of these authors are not that well known. And please no e-books. Will be very much appreciated.

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mellowred

Try sueanddaves - fantastic selection and very helpful.

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wharton

I will try them. They got to have at least one. Thanks.

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mellowred

Sue has a lot of books that are not listed. Ask a question under one of her listings or PM her. If she has any you are looking for she will list them for you. She's always helpful.

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sueanddaves

Patiricai Highsmith books

 

Hi again

I have found anothr Patricia Highsmith book for you. - hope you haven't got it.

It is A Game for the Living.

I am putting it on BOB now so you can have a look. It will close next week this time.

Regards

Sue

sueanddaves

Thanks Mellowred for all your referrals :)

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wharton

No I don't have it. Will be glad to buy from you guys again - you being my only source of Highsmith books. Last time was when I was Heideger.Thanks.:D

 

Also thanks to Mellowred.

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mellowred

Pleasure to both of you :)

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@ Sue - do you have the follow up to Ken Follett's pillars of the earth? 2nd hand pricing please ;), condition not really an issue, just want to eventually have the book in my collection.

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Bead Mania Crafts

@ Delicious - loved reading that book...it was really good!!!

 

@Sue - please may I also have a price?

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@ Bead - Definitely.

 

There's an Edward Rotherfield who wrote a book called London. Same concept. Very interesting start, don't know where i put it.. lololol..

 

Premise of 2nd one.. (world without end, i remembered the name).. it starts a couple hundred years later, descendants of aliena seem to be the main characters... and then i had to return it to the library..

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wharton

rsmith943, you just copy pasted what I said earler in this thread. Why? It just seems like a random thing to do. I am just curious. Why?:confused:

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