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Collectible - Action/Thriller From Ravenswood Books


The Rape, Police Woman #1

By Leslie Trevor

New York: Award Books. Near Fine. 1975. First Printing. Paperback. 0426162218 . Award Books edition, 1st printing 1975. Very nice condition. Pages clean and intact, with no markings, light age tanning to interior, feels tight and unread. Cover has light age tanning to edges, light scuffing, light crease near spine and minimal edge wear. Based on the NBC-TV series Police Woman, starring Angie Dickinson as Pepper Anderson, a cool, smart and tough city cop solving a heinous crime. #1 in the series. (110os,5-18) ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 185 pages .



By Martyn Burke

Toronto: Doubleday. Near Fine in Good+ dust jacket. 1980. First Edition. Hardcover. 0385133324 . HC/DJ - near fine/good+. Hardcover is clean, with all pages intact and no markings. Bumping to spine ends and bottom corners and light age tanning to page edges. Dustjacket has scuffing, light wear to edges, wear, age tanning and a few tiny edge tears, not price clipped. "Laughing War does for Vietnam what Catch-22 did for World War II, laying bare the absurdity of war with a taut, fast-moving, darkly humorous tale of romance and suspense in a combat zone. " (435noto,0914) ; 8vo; 295 pages .


Macburnie King in Monsoon

By John Ballard

Toronto: NC Press Ltd.. Near Fine. 1985. First Edition. Softcover. 0920053629 . Trade softcover in very nice condition. Pages clean and intact, no markings, slight soiling outer edge of pages. Cover has light wear to edges/corners and light creasing on front cover, light scuffing to both covers. 240 pages plus 69 pages at rear of 'India, Get Acquainted'. In India to search for a missing boy she's been sponsoring, teen-ager MacBurnie King becomes stranded in a village during a monsoon, where she has the chance firsthand to experience the hunger and poverty of the desperate villagers. (440noto,0814) ; 8vo; 240 pages .


Mr Three

By William Butler

London: Peter Owen. Fine in Good dust jacket. 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. HC/DJ - fine/good. Hardcover is clean and intact, with no markings, slight bumping to corners. Jacket has light soiling/scuffing, age tanning, small sticker residue on front flap, and a few tiny edge tears. A novel "in the best 'Dr. Strangelove' tradition ... A taut, fast-moving spy story which shuttles in the undercover world of international espionage between Africa and the United States. You will encounter in [this book] one of the great fictional creations of all time, the fanatical, omnipotent super-secret United States Secret Enemy Agency which employs the most fabulous and original gimmicks imaginable -- including human machines -- in its pursuit of guilty persons. " (262os? 814); 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 204 pages .



By Jud Town

St. Albert, AB: Self Published. Near Fine. 1987. First Edition. Softcover. 0969200722 . Signed/inscribed by author on endpage: "August 25/87. To ____, I hope you like the novel. Best of luck in everything you do. Sincerely, Jud Town." very nice condition - pages clean and intact, no markings. Cover has slight soiling, light crease along spine sides, slight corner wear. "The media warned but nobody listened. The world turned a deaf ear, afraid to accept the enormity of the consequences. Now it's too late . A Libyan-sponsored terrorist attack strikes at the very seat of capitalism, Wall Street, detonating an A-bomb, concealed in a backpack...." (175os, 0814) ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 191 pages; Signed by Author .