Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror
|THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY: A Nightmare
Chesterton, G. K.
THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY: A Nightmare, by G. K. Chesterton- 1935- Dodd, Mead & Company, New York- REPRINT EDITION- This is NOT an ex-library book- BINDING is light-blue cloth hardcover with titles in dark blue on cover and spine; binding and text are VERY neat, clean and solid, VG+ or better with NO extraneous writings or bookplates. The ORIGINAL printed DUST JACKET is also very neat, clean and bright, VG+ in new archival protector. Overall, an EXCELLENT COLLECTOR COPY of this SURREAL MASTERPIECE and METAPHYSICAL THRILLER written by G. K. CHESTERTON originally published in 1908... 'that centers on SEVEN ANARCHISTS in early 1900s London who CALL THEMSELVES by the names of THE DAYS OF THE WEEK. Chesterton explores the meanings of their DISGUISED IDENTITIES in what is a FASCINATING MYSTERY and, ultimately, a SPELLBINDING ALLEGORY... The REAL CHARACTERS are THE IDEAS...' 192 pages. ($19.95)
|MYSTERY IN LONGFELLOW SQUARE
Jane, Mary C.
- 1964- Down East Books, Camden, Maine- ILLUSTRATED by Raymond Abel- SOFTCOVER; GOOD; light overall wear, slight creasing and edgewear, but clean, solid and bright overall. 128 pp. CLASSIC MAINE MYSTERY SERIES by Mary C. Jane.