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Collier, John - No Traveller Returns White Owl Press London 1931 - Signed Limited Edition First edition. Signed by author. Collier's scarcest novel, privately printed in an edition of 210 copies, on handmade paper and with a suede cover. Endpapers are browned, and the fep carries an additional gift inscription (not by the author). Gilt faded to spine. Pages edges are untrimmed.

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McAuley, Paul J - Doctor Who Novellas: The Eye of the Tiger Telos Pub Ltd United Kingdom 2003 - Signed First edition - ISBN 1903889243 First edition. A very good book (nasty bump on bottom rear edge, and matching though much smaller bump on bottom front edge - otherwise fine). This is the normal hardcover first edition, though it has been signed by McAuley, Gaiman and Burns to title page

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Lessing, Doris - The Sirian Experiments: The Report by Ambien II, of the Five (Canopus in Argos Archives - Volume 3) Jonathan Cape London 1981. First Edition. ISBN 0224018914 First Edition. A near fine book in a very good price-clipped dust jacket. Indent marks on front cover of jacket where someone has tried to scribble with a biro, light wear to top of spine of jacket.

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Kilworth. Garry - In Solitary Faber and Faber London 1977 ISBN 0571110967. First edition First edition. Author's first work. A near fine book in near fine dustjacket Stamp of literary agent to front end plate, which also carries details of the US/UK paperback publishers

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Kilworth. Garry - Gemini God Faber and Faber London 1981 ISBN 0571116612 First edition. Author's fourth book. A very good book in very good dustjacket. Corners are very slightly knocked. Jacket has small crease on spine.

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First edition. A near fine book in good+ dustjacket. Book is fine except for a slight knock to bottom of spine. Jacket is worn, grubby and price-clipped. An anthology of science fiction works on the Devil.

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Adams, Robert: Park Polar PS Publishing Harrogate 2001 First Edition, signed. Set in the near future, when all available land has been dedicated to food production, leaving only the poles for genetically engineered wildlife. McCullough arrives at an isolated polar station to introduce a population of kangaroos. McCullough's options for company are the neurotic scientists, a caretaker and three of her employer's soldiers. Shortly after McCullough's arrival, the three soldiers are…

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