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1) The Shocking Miss Pilgrim: A Writer in Early Hollywood [*SIGNED*]
Maas, Frederica Sagor
  The Shocking Miss Pilgrim: A Writer in Early Hollywood [*SIGNED*]
Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.1999). 2nd printing. Hardcover. 0813121221 . [nice copy, no significant wear to either book or jacket]. (B&W photographs) INSCRIBED briefly and SIGNED by the author on the title page. Memoir by a screenwriter who toiled, largely uncredited, mostly during the late silent period (1925-1929). The book's title derives from what is probably her best-known story credit (shared with her husband, Ernest Maas), for the 1947 Bet ... more information

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$50.00
2) They Never Get Tired
Macadam, Catharine
  They Never Get Tired
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company. Very Good in Good+ dj. 1937. First Edition. Hardcover. [spine a bit turned, moderate discoloration to cloth along front joint, one-time owner's signature on ffep, vintage bookseller's label (The Personal Book Shop, Boston) on ffep; jacket shows wear at all corners, tiny chip at top edge of front panel, short closed tear and associated creasing at bottom front hinge, a few small edge-tears]. "They" might never get tired, but I wonder if the same ... more information

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$50.00
3) Africa and the Marriage of Walt Whitman and Marilyn Monroe [*SIGNED*]
MacAdams, Lewis
  Africa and the Marriage of Walt Whitman and Marilyn Monroe [*SIGNED*]
Los Angeles: Little Caesar Press. Very Good. (c.1982). First Edition. Softcover. [top 1/2 inch of spine covering cracked and peeling away, shallow dent at top of front cover (also affecting the first few pages of the book), minor edgewear]. Trade PB INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the title page in 1984. Poetry (mostly) by the Los Angeles based poet/journalist/activist. Laid in is a small poster reproducing the book's front-cover (folded in quarters, approx. 10" x 15-1/2" full si ... more information

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$40.00
4) George III and the Mad-Business
Macalpine, Ida, and Richard Hunter
  George III and the Mad-Business
New York: Pantheon Books. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1969). First American Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [nice clean copy, a bit of bumping to spine ends but no other significant wear; jacket shows moderate wear at corners and edges, a few minor nicks here and there]. (B&W plates) "George III's illness -- momentous in English history -- has remained little understood and what has been written on it is compounded fancy more than fact. Drawing upon extensive manuscript records of the ro ... more information

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$18.00
5) After the Afternoon
MacArthur, Arthur
  After the Afternoon
New York/London: D. Appleton-Century Company. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1941. First Edition. Hardcover. [no significant wear to book, just a couple of tiny spots on fore-edge; jacket is flawless except for a touch of wear at top of spine]. Fantasy novel, a "fast-moving story of a Grecian faun who, after becoming the lover of Aphrodite, is endowed with immortality and the power to enter the human body, male or female, of his choice. From an idyllic marriage to a Cretan maid, the faun moves to Eg ... more information

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$25.00
6) Traders North
MacArthur, Wilson
  Traders North
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1952. 1st U.S. ed. Hardcover. [nice clean copy, mild wear to page edges; jacket a little browned at spine and along edges, a few insignificant edge tears, minor wrinkling along top edge of front panel, 1-1/2 inch split along lower edge of rear cover (hardly noticeable with jacket encased in Brodart cover), a few ink scribbles at top corner of rear panel, old price sticker on front flap]. This "first-class boys' book with a factual backgrou ... more information

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$15.00
7) The Disguises of Love
Macauley, Robie
  The Disguises of Love
New York: Random House. Very Good+ in Very Good- dj. (c.1952). First Edition. Hardcover. [solid copy, light shelfwear, a little fading to boards at edges; jacket moderately worn, tape reinforcement at spine ends and along spine]. "Howard Graeme, a moderate, commonplace man, a dull husband, an indifferent father, a pedantic teacher, just lapsing into middle age, suddenly finds himself in a hotel room one night in the midst of a headlong affair with one of his students. [The novel] is concerned wi ... more information

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$15.00
8) The Talking Cure: Essays in Psychoanalysis and Language
MacCabe, Colin, ed.
  The Talking Cure: Essays in Psychoanalysis and Language
New York: St. Martin's Press. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1981. First American Edition. Hardcover. [minimal shelfwear, former owner's signature on ffep; jacket color-faded at spine (black lettering still strong and fully readable), no other significant wear]. (Language, Discourse, Society) Series "This book, which grew out of a series of seminars at King's College, Cambridge, addresses itself to the problem of understanding the relations between psychoanalysis and language, not only i ... more information

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$30.00
9) Patrol
MacDonald, Philip
  Patrol
New York/London: Harper & Brothers. Near Fine in Good+ dj. 1928. 1st American Edition (C-C). Hardcover. [minimal shelfwear, faint soiling to edges of text block, vintage bookseller's label (Newbegins, San Francisco) on rear pastedown; jacket has a rather nasty ragged diagonal tear across the top of the front panel, with a small bit of associated paper loss, a few tiny tears and a bit of wrinkling along bottom edge]. World War I novel, derived from the author's own experiences (as were most ... more information

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$250.00
10) Haunthouse
Macdonald, Zillah K
  Haunthouse
New York/London: D. Appleton and Company. Good+. 1931. First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [a solid copy, light wear at extremities, a bit of spotting/soiling to edges of text block, spine cloth quite faded, small red inked "X" at top corner of half-title page]. (endpaper maps, B&W line drawings) Juvenile adventure/mystery novel by this Nova Scotia-born writer (1885-1979) who had a professional career in New York, where she worked for the George H. Doran Company, taught a ... more information

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$100.00
11) The List of Adrian Messenger
MacDonald, Philip
  The List of Adrian Messenger
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc. for The Crime Club. Good in Very Good+ dj. 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [an ex-rental library copy, with library stamps on ffep somewhat "whitewashed" over, the page additionally adorned with orange-marker scribble of ex-owner's name and a large semi-circle, the rear endpaper also containing an orange-marker drawing of a box and a couple of light tape-stains; other than these imprecations, however, the book is only slightly worn an ... more information

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$40.00
12) The Noose
MacDonald, Philip
  The Noose
New York: A.L. Burt Company. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. (c.1930). Reprint. Hardcover. [slight bump to top rear corner, scrunching to bottom corners of last ten pages or so, light age-toning to page edges; jacket moderately worn, with small tears and occasional slight paper loss at several corners]. Reprint edition of this early MacDonald title, featuring Anthony Gethryn, "a detective of the nonchalant, super-dangerous sort who gives the reader a thrill with every drawl." Vintage printings ... more information

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$150.00
13) Womanhood and Marriage [dust jacket title: The Soul of a Woman]
Macfadden, Bernarr
  Womanhood and Marriage [dust jacket title: The Soul of a Woman]
New York: Macfadden Publications, Inc.. Very Good in Fair dj. 1928 (c.1918). Reprint. Hardcover. [moderately shelfworn, bumping to bottom corners, rubbing to gilt lettering on front cover; jacket a bit tattered, with a number of small chips and other bits of paper loss at edges and corners]. (B&W photographs) A manual covering literally every aspect of marriage, from an author often cited as a forerunner of the mid-20th century exercise gurus Charles Atlas and Jack LaLanne. If ever there was a sel ... more information

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$50.00
14) The Brown Brethren
MacGill, Patrick
  The Brown Brethren
New York: George H. Doran Company. Very Good. (c.1917). Unstated ed.. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [moderately worn copy, dust-soiling to top of text block, slight bumping to lower corners, small white stain near bottom of front cover, some foxing/discoloration to endpapers, small vintage bookseller's label (Chas. E. Lauriat Co., Boston) at lower corner of ffep]. A World War I novel, following the "London Irish Regiment" through months of trench warfare in France, including its participat ... more information

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$40.00
15) Greenery Street
Mackail, Denis
  Greenery Street
Boston/New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. Near Fine in Very Good dj. 1925. First American Edition. Hardcover. [minor shelfwear to bottom edge, light dust-soiling to top page edges, vintage bookseller's label (Paul Elder & Co., San Francisco) on rear pastedown; jacket rubbed and edgeworn, with a few small nicks and tears, one-inch closed tear at top of front panel, light soiling to rear panel]. "The humors and small tragedies, the struggles and adjustments of the first years of married li ... more information

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$350.00
16) Weathergoose -- Woo!
MacKaye, Percy
  Weathergoose -- Woo!
London/New York/Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co.. Very Good in Very Good dj. 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. [front hinge cracked but holding, bottom corners lightly bumped and slightly split, otherwise only minimally shelfworn; jacket edgeworn, faded at spine, small tears at several corners, a little paper loss at top of spine and along rear hinge and rear foldover]. (silhouette drawings) Anecdotal folk tales of Eastern Kentucky. "Out of the mysterious 'creek world' of the Appalachians ... more information

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$20.00
17) Night Boat from Puerto Vedra
MacKenzie, Donald
  Night Boat from Puerto Vedra
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1970 (c.1969). First American Edition. Hardcover. [nice clean copy, tiny bump to top rear corner, no other discernible wear; jacket a teensy bit worn along bottom edge at lower extremities]. Suspense novel about an American journalist, in the fictional Central American country of "Montoro," who accidently photographs the arrival in that country of a Nazi war criminal "whose name is high on Israel's list of most wanted pers ... more information

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$25.00
18) The Early Life and Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett
Mackenzie, Compton
  The Early Life and Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett
New York/London: Harper & Brothers. Very Good. [1920] (c.1918). Later Printing (I-U). Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [moderate wear and light soiling to edge of covers, slight darkening to spine cloth, tiny light stain at top of front cover, one-time owner's ink signature on ffep]. Novel about the picaresque adventures of a young girl who, following the death of her vagabond father, goes through various travails (and a bad marriage) before rising to fame as a music-hall performer. Basis ... more information

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19) The Moon Belongs to Everyone: Making Theatre with 7:84 [*SIGNED*]
MacLennan, Elizabeth
  The Moon Belongs to Everyone: Making Theatre with 7:84 [*SIGNED*]
London: Methuen. Near Fine. 1990. First Edition. Softcover. 0-413-64150-3 . [very slight edgewear to rear cover]. Trade PB (B&W photographs) INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the ffep: "To dear / ______, with fondest wishes -- / Keep on truckin' / love from Liz." The author, a professional actress and working mother, was one of the originators of the 7:84 Theatre Company and a founder of 7:84 Scotland, and "worked with both companies [to blaze] a trail of popular political t ... more information

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$100.00
20) The Eye of the Kite
MacLiesh, Fleming
  The Eye of the Kite
New York: Random House. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj. (c.1952). First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [mild shelfwear, spine slightly turned, light spotting on fore-edge; jacket shows a bit of wear at edges/corners, spine lightly sunned, minor dog-earing at top of spine]. Adventure novel about the cross-country flight of a powerful young millionaire's private plane, and the various dramas enacted by the characters on board -- the ex-test-pilot pilot, the society woman, the lecherous gambling movie sta ... more information

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$20.00
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