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1) GI Rights and Army Justice: The Draftee's Guide to Military Life and Law
Rivkin, Robert S.
  GI Rights and Army Justice: The Draftee's Guide to Military Life and Law
New York: Grove Press, Inc.. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.1970). First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [nice tight clean copy, very slight bumping to a couple of corners; jacket shows light surface we Openly labeling the U.S. Army "an oppressive force," the intent of this book was to inform the ordinary GI "why the Army subjects him to the indignities, brutalities, and injustices that he used to associate only with totalitarian regimes." Toward this purpose, the author "has draw ... more information

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$75.00
2) The GI's Rabbi: World War II Letters of David Max Eichhorn
Palmer, Greg, and Mark S. Zaid, eds.
  The GI's Rabbi: World War II Letters of David Max Eichhorn
Lawrence KS: University Press of Kansas. Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.2004). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-7006-1356-0 . [tight, clean, unmarked copy with no discernible wear; jacket shows only the slightest bit of handling wear, don't squint and you won't notice]. (Modern War Studies) Series (B&W photographs) Compilation of the wartime letters of "a Jewish chaplain in the U.S. Army's XV Corps [who] saw action across France and into Germany until VE-Day and beyond. He was there at the ... more information

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$15.00
3) Gahan Wilson's Still Weird [*SIGNED* with drawing]
Wilson, Gahan
  Gahan Wilson's Still Weird [*SIGNED* with drawing]
New York: Forge/Tom Doherty Associates. Near Fine. 1994. 1st Edition (softcover issue). Softcover. 0312857799 . [nice-looking book, with just a touch of surface wear to the covers, slight bends to bottom corners of about a dozen pages near the end of the book]. Trade PB (cartoon drawings) INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author/cartoonist on the inside front cover: "To _____ / with my best wishes / Gahan Wilson"; accompanying the signature (and together with it covering the entire page) is a roug ... more information

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$250.00
4) Gaily, Gaily [*SIGNED*]
Hecht, Ben
  Gaily, Gaily [*SIGNED*]
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc.. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. 1963. Later Printing. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [light shelfwear, minor staining to bottom edges of covers, light spotting/foxing to top of text block; jacket shows a bit of wear at base of spine, otherwise quite nice except for the price-clipping]. SIGNED by the author (no inscription) on the ffep. Hecht's memoir of his days as a cub reporter in Chicago. Kirkus Reviews called it his "funniest and most gaudy book in ... more information

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$350.00
5) The Gallery
Burns, John Horne
  The Gallery
New York/London: Harper & Brothers. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. (c.1947). Later Printing (K-W). Hardcover. [good sound copy, very slight bumping to bottom corners; jacket has shallow chips at top of front panel and top of spine, small tears with minor paper loss at front corners]. Novel depicting military life (including its homosexual aspects) in Allied-occupied North Africa and Naples in 1944. The author's first book, it was both critically and commercially successful at the time of its ori ... more information

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$75.00
6) Galloping Down
Beckwith, Brainerd
  Galloping Down
New York/London: The Century Co.. Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1931). First Edition. Hardcover. [very nice condition, tight and clean with no discernible wear, vintage price sticker (from The White House, San Francisco) on rear pastedown; jacket shows a little wear along top and bottom edges, a few tiny edge-tears along bottom edge, one-inch closed tear at top rear hinge]. Novel set in Ireland, about the revolt of a young man against the heritage represented by his father, a "stiff-necked old baron& ... more information

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$60.00
7) Gallows' Orchard
Spencer, Claire
  Gallows' Orchard
New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1930. First American Edition. Hardcover. [beautiful copy, just a touch of shelfwear to book and jacket]. "The story of a girl whose fearlessness antagonizes the little village in Scotland which is her home, of her effect upon the three men who love her, and of how she perishes finally at the hands of her righteous townsfolk. It is the tale of a primitive Tess by an author who has never read Hardy, who uses words as though t ... more information

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$50.00
8) The Gambler, the Minstrel, and the Dance Hall Queen [*SIGNED*]
Downing, Warwick
  The Gambler, the Minstrel, and the Dance Hall Queen [*SIGNED*]
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1976). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-8415-0439-3 . [nice tight clean copy, just the faintest trace of wear to bottom edge; jacket shows mild surface wear, one tiny tear at bottom front corner]. SIGNED by the author (signature only) on the title page. His second novel to feature Joe Reddman, a Denver-based private investigator. Signed by Author .

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9) Gambler's Wife
Stern, Elizabeth Gertrude
  Gambler's Wife
New York: The Macmillan Company. Good+. 1931. 2nd printing. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [moderate shelfwear, small dent in top edge of front cover, tiny tears in cloth at spine ends, rubber-stamped firm name (Delaney & Kohlsaat, Beverly Hills) on front pastedown and fffep, staining to pp. 59-72]. Novel set largely in Galveston, Texas. From the dust jacket (NOT present on this copy): "Judith first met Phil Harrington at Crosby's Hotel in Smith City where she and her sister, Hallie, had go ... more information

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$75.00
10) The Game They Played [*SIGNED*]
Cohen, Stanley
  The Game They Played [*SIGNED*]
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Fine in Near Fine dj. 1977. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-374-21293-7 . [nice tight clean copy, with no discernible wear to book; jacket a little bit rubbed, but bright and clean]. INSCRIBED to friends and SIGNED by the author on the ffep. An "autobiographical documentary" of the college basketball scandal of the early 1950's, when several members of the 1949-50 City College (N.Y.) team -- the first and only team to ever win both the NIT and the NCAA to ... more information

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$50.00
11) A Game for the Living
Highsmith, Patricia
  A Game for the Living
New York: Harper & Brothers. Very Good+. (c.1958). First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [solid copy, a bit of shelfwear to bottom edges of boards, very light soiling to top of text block]. Psychological suspense novel about the unlikely friendship between a Mexican furniture repairman and a German atheist, who both fall under suspicion when a woman they had each slept with is brutally raped and murdered. .

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$35.00
12) Gangway, Lord! (The) Here Come the Brides Book
Etter, Jonathan
  Gangway, Lord! (The) Here Come the Brides Book
Albany GA: BearManor Media. Fine. (c.2010). First Edition. Softcover. [bright, as-new copy, with no discernible wear]. Trade PB (B&W photographs) "A behind-the-scenes history of (and episode guide to) the 1968-70 ABC-TV series," 637 pages of far more than anybody should want to know about this show, although I'll probably get hate mail from its "extraordinary and deeply devoted fan base" for saying so right out loud. "With profiles of the creators, regulars and semi-re ... more information

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$30.00
13) Gangway Down!
Marlowe, Dave
  Gangway Down!
London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd.. Good. 1939. First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [worn copy, binding intact, foxing to page edges and pages near front and rear of book, soiling to red cloth covers, spine cloth somewhat faded, light fraying along top front hinge, bookseller's stamp on front pastedown]. Novel, set largely aboard an ocean liner. (++) .

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$20.00
14) Garnet and Black 1944 [University of South Carolina Yearbook]
Brown, Mildred, and Cele Roberts, eds
  Garnet and Black 1944 [University of South Carolina Yearbook]
[Columbia SC]: The Student Body of the University of South Carolina. Very Good. 1944. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket, as issued) [clean solid copy, light wear at spine ends, small dent on front cover (blemishing the cover photo a bit)]. (B&W photographs) Pretty much what you'd expect from a wartime college yearbook: lotsa folks in uniform (ROTC and whatnot), and an intense focus on the many ways in which the school and its students were contributing to the war effort. The dedication essa ... more information

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$75.00
15) The Gas
Platt, Charles
  The Gas
[New York]: The Ophelia Press, Inc. (OPH-216). Very Good. (c.1970). First Edition. Softcover. [a clean, tight copy, with a couple of unfortunate depredations: a small sticker-removal scar in the middle of the front cover, and a one-inch ragged tear at the left edge of the rear cover; there's also a small brown spot of ink (or something) on the rear cover]. An apocalyptic erotic sci-fi novel, in which "passion and violence are terrifyingly unleashed upon the South of England when a mysterious ... more information

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$200.00
16) Gas Buggy
Paterson, Robert
  Gas Buggy
New York: Napier & Noyes. Very Good in Good dj. 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. [solid copy, a little dust-soiling to top edge, very minor bumping at a couple of corners, offsetting to endpapers; jacket worn and moderately soiled, shallowing chipping along top and bottom edges but no loss of text anywhere, various small tears at edges, 2-inch chip at top of rear panel held in place by jacket protector]. A novel, "the story of the first automobile and its offshoot and their development, of Alan ... more information

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$75.00
17) Gascoyne
Crawford, Stanley
  Gascoyne
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. Very Good in Good dj. (c.1966). First Edition. Hardcover. [moderately shelfworn, some soiling/spotting to top edge of text block; jacket edgeworn, severely faded at spine, small closed tear and associated creasing at top of rear panel]. Comic novel about the title character, "a man who spends whole weeks in his car, eats there, sleeps there and conducts his business by mobile telephone. His business is making money." The book seems to waver between being rem ... more information

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$18.00
18) The Gates of Janus: An Epic Story of the World War
Carter, William
  The Gates of Janus: An Epic Story of the World War
New York: Fleming H. Revell Company. Very Good. (c.1919). First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [very decent copy, moderate soiling to page edges, slight fading to spine cloth, front hinge cracked but not separated; gilt lettering still strong on front cover, a bit dulled on spine]. (six maps and battle field outlines) The history of World War I, rendered as an epic poem -- conceived as a "War Phillipic, as well as a War History," as the author explains in his Foreword, adding that " ... more information

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$20.00
19) The Gathering Darkness
Gallagher, Thomas
  The Gathering Darkness
Indianapolis/New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj. (c.1952). First Edition. Hardcover. [tiny tear in cloth at top of spine, otherwise a solid clean book with only minor shelfwear; jacket has some very shallow chipping at top left edge of front panel and top of spine, one tiny closed tear at top of rear panel]. The author's first novel, about a family brought low by the 1929 stock market crash and ensuing Great Depression -- with the impact manifesting itself most egregi ... more information

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$65.00
20) Gay Highway
Chase, Mary
  Gay Highway
New York: Grosset & Dunlap. Very Good. (c.1933). Reprint. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [ex-library book with typical markings (stamp and label on ffep, date due slip & pocket in back of book) but minimal wear (date due slip shows just one checkout); some light spotting to spine cloth and (less) on covers; no external library markings]. Uncommon novel, a romance (not gay-themed) about a young woman who goes on the road after her grandmother's death; at various points she visits a Wes ... more information

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$20.00
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