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William H Hallahan
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21.a Deluxe Red Roman Numeral “Fully bound in leather with frontispiece pictorial inset on front board, enclosed in a cloth traycase, silk ribbon marker. Signed by William H Hallahan and T.M. Wright on a numbered limitation page : 25 limitation - $1000?
21.b.i Standard “Bound in black cloth with frontispiece pictorial inset on front board. Variants exist for size of indentation and pictorial. Sometimes size of pictorial and indentation do not match. The foil stamping on the spine is done in gold. White endpapers. Beige separator pages after introduction and before limitation : ~75 (unknown) of 300 limitation – $65
21.b.ii Standard “Bound in black cloth with frontispiece fully printed on front panel. This variant has several differences from the inlaid pictorial variant. Foil stamping on the spine is done in silver and mentions the name of the press. Endpapers are black compared to common white. The title and dedication page have different accompanying art on the opposite page. Separator pages after introduction and before limitation page are normal white compared to the unique beige paper of the inlaid pictorial variant : ~225 (unknown) of 300 limitation – $65
This superb and atmospheric novel, first published in 1974 to widespread critical acclaim, is a harrowing story of revenge, alienation, genealogy, history, and the occult. Set in an isolated apartment complex targeted for destruction in a gloomy section of Brooklyn, it is one of the finest horror novels ever written, drenched with superbly drawn characters, symbolism and fear right up to its shocking finale.
With a new introduction by T.M. Wright and a new afterword by the author. Each of the 300 copies is signed by William H. Hallahan and T.M. Wright.
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