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    In Between by R. A. MacAvoy (Subterranean Press, September 2009, 978-1-59606-264-1, $35.00, 98pp, hc, cover by Maurizio Manzieri)
        Fantasy novella. Artist Ewen Young is attacked by Chinese thugs, then finds his uncle murdered. This is a signed, limited edition of 500.




    The Girl Who Heard Dragons by Anne McCaffrey (Tor, May 1994, 0-312-93173-5, $22.95, 352pp, hc, cover by Michael Whelan)
        Collection of 15 McCaffrey stories. With interior illustrations by Michael Whelan and an introduction by the author.


    Baal by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, December 2011, 978-1-59606-407-2, $75.00, 296pp, hc, cover by Tomislav Tikulin)
        Reprint (Avon 1978) horror novel. A 1988 afterword by McCammon tells how he wrote this, his first novel. This is a signed, limited edition of 1,000; a slipcased deluxe edition, and a traycased, leatherbound edition of 52 ($250.00) are also available.


    Bethany’s Sin by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, October 2012, 978-1-59606-497-3, $75.00, 365pp, hc, cover by Tomislav Tikulin)
        Reprint (Avon 1980) horror novel. This is a signed, limited edition of 750; a lettered edition of 26 ($250.00) is also available.



    The Border by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, May 31, 2015, 978-1-59606-703-5, $26.95, 441pp, hc, cover by David Ho)
        SF/horror novel. Also available in a limited edition of 500 signed numbered copies ($125), bound in leather, housed in a custom slipcase, and a lettered edition of 52 signed copies ($300), bound in leather, housed in a custom traycase.
    Details taken from online listing.


    Boy’s Life by Robert R. McCammon (Subterranean Press, July 2016, $125.00, 426pp, hc, cover by David Ho)
        Reprint (Pocket 1991) mainstream/magic realism novel set in a small Southern town in the early ’60s. Limited to 474 numbered copies, signed by the author, housed in a custom slipcase. Also available in a deluxe edition, limited to 26 lettered copies, signed by the author, and housed in a custom traycase ($600).
    Details taken from publisher’s website.


    Cardinal Black by Robert McCammon (Cemetery Dance Publications, April 30, 2019, 978-1-58767-704-5, $26.00, 462pp, hc, cover by Vincent Chong) [Matthew Corbett]
        Associational historical thriller, with possible fantasy elements, featuring problem solver Matthew Corbett. Also available in a slipcased edition limited to 474 numbered, signed, copies ($125). Also available in a leatherbound edition limited to 52 lettered, signed, copies, housed in a custom traycase ($500). Volume seven in the series.


    The Five by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, May 2011, 978-1-59606-341-9, $26.95, 513pp, hc, cover by Vincent Chong)
        Horror novel with supernatural elements. A struggling rock band on tour runs into a deranged Iraq war veteran. A signed, limited edition of 274 ($125.00) and a traycased edition of 26 ($250.00) are also available.


    Freedom of the Mask by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, May 2016, 978-1-59606-775-2, $26.95, 530pp, hc, cover by Vincent Chong) [Matthew Corbett]
        Historical thriller, which finds the problem solver Matthew Corbett accused of murder. There have been 1,000 copies of the trade edition signed by the author; a signed, slipcased, limited edition of 474 with a bonus novella, “The House at the Edge of the World” ($125.00); and a traycased deluxe hardcover lettered edition of 26 ($500.00) have also been announced. Illustrated by Vincent Chong.


    Freedom of the Mask by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, May 31, 2016, 978-1-59606-775-2, $26.95, 530pp, hc, cover by Vincent Chong) [Matthew Corbett]
        Limited to 1000 numbered copies, signed by the author. Also available in a leatherbound edition limited to 474 numbered, signed, copies, housed in a custom slipcase and containing an additional novella ($125). Also available in a deluxe edition limited to 26 lettered, signed, copies, housed in a custom traycase and containing an additional novella ($500).
    Details taken from publisher’s website.



    The Hunter from the Woods by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, August 2015, 978-1-59606-744-8, $16.00, 327pp, tp, cover by Vincent Chong)
        Reprint (Subterranean Press 2011) collection of six linked stories about Michael Gallatin from The Wolf’s Hour.


    I Travel by Night by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, April 2013, 978-1-59606-537-6, $35.00, 147pp, hc, cover by Michael Whelan) [Trevor Lawson]
        Horror novella set in late 19th-century New Orleans. A slipcased, signed, limited edition of 474 and a traycased lettered edition of 26 are also available.


    Last Train from Perdition by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press, October 31, 2016, 978-1-59606-738-7, $35.00, 181pp, hc, cover by Michael Whelan) [Trevor Lawson]
        Dark fantasy novella, with vampire adventurer Trevor Lawson travels West, still searching for his maker. Also available in a slipcased edition, limited to 474 numbered copies, signed by the author ($75). Also available in a leatherbound edition, limited to 26 lettered copies, signed by the author, and housed in a custom traycase ($250).
    Details taken from publisher’s website.


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