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The Long Tomorrow (First Edition, Signed) by  Leigh [1915-1978] Brackett - Signed First Edition - 1955 - from Arroyo Seco Books and

The Long Tomorrow (First Edition, Signed)

by Brackett, Leigh [1915-1978]

Condition: Fine Book/Near Fine Dustjacket

New York: Doubleday, 1955. First Edition [stated] 1st Printing. Beige Boards. Fine Book/Near Fine Dustjacket. 222 Pp.Beige Boards Stamped In Red. Stated First Edition. Book Is Near New, Just A Trace Of Rubbing At Corners Of Spine, And Light Offsetting On Free Endpapers From Binder's Glue On Opposite Pages. Inscribed To A Early 1950'S Sf Fan Who Became Friendly With Brackett And Her Husband The Sf Writer Edmond Hamilton, "For --------- With Many Thanks For Your Hospitality - Leigh Brackett". Books Signed By Brackett Are Rarely Encountered, And This Personal Inscription Is Unusual, Signed By The Author On A Visit To The Fan's House. Dj Not Price Clipped, No Fading Or Soiling, Touch Of Wear At Corners And Along Top Edge Of Spine, Tiny Tear At Bottom Of Rear Spine Fold, Minute Losses At Two Upper Tips, 1.7 Cm Closed Tear At Top Of Front Panel. Brackett Is Best Known For Co-Authoring The Screenplay Of The Big Sleep With William Faulkner; This Was Her Second Sf Novel.



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