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Jack the Ripper : A Psychic Investigation

By: Ball, Pamela

Price: $20.83

Publisher: Northants, England, Arcturus Publishing Limited: 1998

Seller ID: 033030

ISBN: 1900032139

Condition: Near Fine


197 pp, glossy black boards & dj w/wht lettering w/color illustrated front panel. The paranormal search for the killer's true identity. The story of the author's journey into the heart of a mystery that has hautned the imagination for over 100 years. The author uses astrology and channelling to cast new light on a puzzle that has baffled the experts since the gruesome murders were committed in Whitechapel back in 1888. View more info

True Crime

By: Collins, Max Allan and Locher, Dick, Illustrated by Gould, Chester & Collins, Max

Price: $70.55

Publisher: New York, NY, St Martin's Press: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 034811

ISBN: 0312820453

Condition: Very Good


357 pp, black boards w/gilt lettering, dj brown-red-orange w/illustrated front panel. In Chicago in 1934, corruption & intrigue run rampant among the cops and the politicians hwo vie for power with organized crime. Nathan Heller, a tough, honest private eye searches for a farmer's-daughter-turned-gun-moll and he in the midst of a assault on Hoover's empire. prev owner's name & address on the ffep. View more info

The Shadow and the Golden Master : Two Complete Novels

By: Gibson, Walter B.

Price: $225.25

Publisher: New York, NY, The Mysterious Press: 1984

Edition: Limited/Numbered

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 034475

ISBN: 0892960744

Condition: Near Fine


130 pp, 114 pp, blu cloth covered boards w/silver lettering, dark blu cloth covered slipcase, SIGNED by author with his name and w/his pseudonym, Maxwell Grant, copy #B of 250 numbered cc's. The book contains two complete novels: The Golden Master and Shiwan Khan Returns. The novels were reproduced in facsimile from their original pulp magazine publication, and are for those who recall the adventures of the popular radio hero, The Shadow. Crime & Mystery Writers - pg 429. View more info

"A" is for Alibi : a Kinsey Millhone Mystery

By: Grafton, Sue

Price: $21.25

Publisher: New York, NY, Holt, Rinehart and Winston: 1982

Edition: Book Club (BCE/BOMC)

Seller ID: 035152

ISBN: 0805013342

Condition: Very Good


208 pp, grey boards w/red lettering, dj black w/wht lettering, dj color pictorial front panel, photo of author on back inside flap. The book "A" is for Alibi. A prominent divorce attorney known for his ruthlessness on behalf of his clients, is murdered, and his wife is convicted of the crime. eight years later and out on parole, Nikki hires Kinsey Millhone to find out who really killed her late husband. The trail is eight years old, and includes a foul-mouthed old woman, a young deaf boy, a lawyer defensively loyal to a dead partner, and a not-so-young secretary. light stain from ... View more info

"A" is for Alibi : a Kinsey Millhone Mystery

By: Grafton, Sue

Price: $23.80

Publisher: New York, NY, Holt, Rinehart and Winston: 1982

Edition: Book Club (BCE/BOMC)

Seller ID: 038495

ISBN: 0805013342

Condition: Very Good


208 pp, grey boards w/red lettering, dj black w/wht lettering, dj color pictorial front panel, photo of author on back inside flap. The book "A" is for Alibi. A prominent divorce attorney known for his ruthlessness on behalf of his clients, is murdered, and his wife is convicted of the crime. eight years later and out on parole, Nikki hires Kinsey Millhone to find out who really killed her late husband. The trail is eight years old, and includes a foul-mouthed old woman, a young deaf boy, a lawyer defensively loyal to a dead partner, and a not-so-young secretary. View more info

Grave Error

By: Greenleaf, Stephen

Price: $20.83

Publisher: New York, NY, The Dial Press: 1979

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 026946

ISBN: 080372442X

Condition: Very Good+


264 pp, quarterbound w/grey boards w/maroon cloth spine w/silver lettering, dj wht w/gilt-blk lettering w/color illustrated front & photo of the author on the back. This is the first book of the John Marshall Tanner's series. Marshall, a one-time lawyer turned investigator, investigates an illicit affair for the wife. But an uncolved murder decades old, an adopted daughter's search for her natural parents & interention of organized criminals complicate his investigation. prev owner's embossed stamp mark on half title page. View more info

The Silent Witness : a Polygraphist's Casebook

By: Gugas, Chris

Price: $7.01

Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall, Inc.: 1979

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 030451

ISBN: 0138100691

Condition: Fair+


viii, 254 pp, black boards w/blu dj w/black-wht-green lettering w/illustrated front panel and text back panel. The author explains what the polograph is, how it operates, how an examiner goes about his job, what the machine can cannot do. He demonstrates how, in the hands of a highly trained & skilled examiner, the polygraph can often clear the innocent and maker certian of the guilty in criminal and other investigations. The book is missing the front free end paper otherwise it would be very good condition. View more info

Bill Doolin Outlaw O.T.

By: Hanes, Colonel Bailey C. w/intro by Adams, Ramon F.

Price: $28.48

Publisher: Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 038881

Condition: Very Good


xxiii, 207 pp, light green boards w/black label on the spine w/gilt lettering. Book about one of the most active outlaws in Oklahoma Territory and was known as "King of Oklahoma Outlaws." He was never convicted of a single crime. The book has an account of the gunfight at Ingalls, Oklahoma. Some red underlining on several of the pages of text. View more info

The Pinkerton Story

By: Horan, James D. and Swiggett, Howard

Price: $18.28

Publisher: New York, NY, G.P. Putnam's Sons: 1951

Seller ID: 039882

Condition: Very Good


xiii, 366 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/dark brown lettering & dark brown illustration on the front cover. The Pinkerton Agency was started in 1850 whose purpose was to preserve law and order and to catch the men or women who break the laws. prev owner 's name on ffep. View more info

Surprise! Surprise! Guess What's Inside

By: illustrated by Oechsli, Kelly

Price: $13.60

Publisher: New York, NY, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.: 1967

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 023656

ISBN: 0003085782

Condition: Very Good-


unpaginated, orange cloth covered boards w/black lettering & w/color illustrated front & back. A book of surprises, asking what is inside of each. View more info

Ranger's Law : A Lone Star Saga

By: Kelton, Elmer

Price: $13.18

Publisher: New York, NY, Tom Doherty Associates, LLC: 2006

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 050585

ISBN: 076531519X

Condition: Near Fine


640 pp, blue papercovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, glossy blu-brown wraparound pictorial dj w/brown-white lettering. Collection of three novels from Kelton's saga of the formative years of the Texas Rangers: Ranger's Trail, Texas Vendetta, and Jericho's Road. View more info

Bud Ballew : Legendary Oklahoma Lawman

By: McInnes, Elmer D. and Ritchie-Mcinnes, Lauretta

Price: $18.28

Publisher: Helena, MT, Twodot: 2008

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 039710

Condition: Near Fine


viii, 250 pp, grey-wht SC wraps w/black lettering & pictorial front panel. David "Bud" Ballew was a man out of his time. He served in one of the wildest of the twentieth-century oil boomtowns in southern Oklahoma in Carter County. The decade of 1910-1920 was a period of evolution, with the Old West gunfighters, outlaw or lawman, were in the final fade-out. The era of the gangsters and G-men was just beginning. View more info