A novel about a red headed Irish woman found preserved in a peat bog in Ireland and the mystery around when she dies, why she died, etc. Investigated by an Irish archeologist and an American pathologist. Lots of twists and turns in the story. This book looks new inside and out and is conservatively listed as fine/fine.
One man's quest to find the source of his nightmare and to reverse it before he becomes nothing at all. Thinner by Richard Bachman (Stephen King's pseudonymous alter ego). NAL Books, New American Library. First Printing, November 1984. The dust jacket has small tears on the top and bottom edges and minor surface scratches. The inside pages are crisp and clean. The binding is tight - no loose pages. This 310-page hardback has red and black boards with red lettering. The dust jacket is in Very Good condition. The hardcover book is in Fine condition.
The apocalyptic vision of a world blasted by plague and embroiled in an elemental struggle between good and evil has been restored to its entirety in this uncut and complete edition. The Stand by Stephen King. 1,154-page hardcover. Published by Doubleday. May 1990 First Trade Edition. The dust cover has a small crease on the inside flap and slight creasing on the spine top edge. The inside pages are crisp and clean. No loose or torn pages. This hardback has black boards with gold lettering and a facsimile of Stephen King's signature in red. The dust jacket and hardcover book are both in Fine condition.