Horror & Gothic

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£225

First edition. Includes stories by, E.S. Knights, Hester Gorst, Elliott O'Donnell, John Ratho, Charles Lloyd and others. London, Philip Allan, 1933 In our experience the most elusive of the Creeps series with no copies currently for sale online.

£300

Hutchinson, London 1926 8 thousandth edition

£275

London, Herbert Jenkins, 1932.  

£275

First edition, Cassell, 1933. 'Horror and adventure play equal parts in this story and the solution of the crime by Oceola Archer brings the story to a remarkable conclusion...' (jacket blurb)

£475

First edition.
London, John Lane. The Bodley Head, 1928
A scarce novel of fantasy involving the supernatural and the devil. No copies on line.

£175

Fifth printing, Putnam, 1948. An attractive early printing of this famous compilation of tales by Karen Blixen, under her pen name of Isak Dinesen.

£625

First edition, London, Philip Allen, 1936. The first edition of the author's first book, a blend of horror & Sci-Fi, and one of the publisher's highly sought-after 'Creeps' series. Very rare in the dust-jacket. From the library of Anthony Lejeune.

£200

First edition.
London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd 1925

£3,000

Translated by Madge Pemberton. First English edition. London, Victor Gollancz, 1928. An excellent first edition in English of this phantasmagoric classic of horror, suspense and dreamlike mysticism, replete with the superb dust-jacket designed by E. McKnight Kauffer.

£500

London, Elkin Mathews and Marrot Ltd, 1929. An attractive first UK edition by a renowned American author of horror & mystery fiction.

£295

London, The Morning Herald Library, 1899

Horror & Gothic

Stoker (Bram) Dracula

£295

London, Rider, 1912. The first edition published by Rider, who took over from the publishers Constable.

Horror & Gothic

Stoker (Bram) Dracula

£295

Early American edition, Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Page & Company, 1911. A solid unsophisticated copy of the distinctive American edition of Bram Stoker's classic of horror, bound to the same style as the first US edition.

£595

Tales of Thrill
and Horror Selected and Arranged By Christine Campbell Thomson. First edition.
London, Selwyn & Blount, [1933]
This is No 9 in the Famous Not At Night Series of books.