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  • Dracula

    Bram Stoker

    Hardcover (Book Sales, Nov. 1, 1996)
    When Jonathan Harker visits Transylvania to help Count Dracula purchase a London house, he makes horrifying discoveries in his client's castle. Soon afterwards, disturbing incidents unfold in England: an unmanned ship is wrecked; strange puncture marks appear on a young woman's neck; and a lunatic asylum inmate raves about the imminent arrival of his 'Master'. In the ensuing battle of wits between the sinister Count and a determined group of adversaries, Bram Stoker created a masterpiece of the horror genre, probing into questions of identity, sanity and the dark corners of Victorian sexuality and desire.
  • Last of the Mohicans

    James Fenimore Cooper

    Hardcover (Book Sales, April 1, 1979)
    Large 8vo. xi, 377 pp, color frontis, publisher's preface, preface by Edward Everett Hale, 33 chapters, notes by James Fenimore Cooper. The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written: Limited Edition, 1980. Brown leather with gilt embossed decorative boards, raised bands on spine, gilt lettering to spine, gilt text block edges, brown silk moire endpapers, and a brown satin ribbon.
  • A Christmas Carol

    Charles Dickens, Arthur Rackham

    Hardcover (Book Sales, March 1, 1988)
    Dickens' tale of Scrooge's discovery of the true Christmas spirit is presented with Rackham's famous pictorial interpretations
  • Four Complete Novels: Scarlatti Inheritance; Osterman Weekend; Matlock Paper; and The Gemini Contenders

    Robert Ludlum

    Hardcover (Book Sales, March 1, 1988)
    Collection of four suspense and adventure novels including "The Scarlatti inheritance," "The Osterman weekend," "The Matlock paper," and "The Gemini contenders"
  • Blood, Tears and Folly: An Objective Look at World War II

    Len Deighton

    Hardcover (Book Sales, June 1, 1999)
    Deighton, Len, Blood, Tears And Folly: An Objective Look At World War II
  • Just So Stories

    Rudyard Kipling

    (Book Sales, Dec. 1, 1981)
    A dozen stories answer children's questions about how the camel got his hump, the rhinoceros his skin, the leopard his spots, how writing began, and other concerns
  • Draggermen: Fishing on Georges Bank

    George Matteson

    Hardcover (Book Sales, Aug. 1, 1984)
    Follows the activities on board a trawler as it searches for cod, haddock, and yellowtail flounder off the New England coast.
  • Stephen King: The Shining, Salems Lot, Night Shift, Carrie

    Stephen King

    Hardcover (Book Sales, March 1, 1988)
    4 of Stephen King's Classics in 1: "The Shining', 'Salem's Lot', 'Night Shift' and 'Carrie'
  • The Picture of Dorian Gray

    Oscar Wilde

    Hardcover (Book Sales, Nov. 1, 1996)
    HarperCollins UK Audio Classics presents abridged and unabridged readings of the world's favorite literary masterpieces. Among the distinguished readers are Christopher Lee, Derek Jacobi, Simon Callow, Linus Roache, Elizabeth McGovern, Terry Jones, Peter Firth, and Rufus Sewell. Each package of cassettes in the Audio Classics series is beautifully packaged and shrink-wrapped.
  • The Rising Sun in the Pacific 1931 - April 1942

    Samuel Eliot Morison

    Hardcover (Book Sales, March 1, 2001)
    Recounts the role of the United States in World War II at sea, from encounters in the Atlantic before the country entered the war to the surrender of Japan.
  • The Three Musketeers

    Alexandre Dumas

    Hardcover (Book Sales, Sept. 16, 1982)
  • The Foundation Trilogy

    Isaac Asimov

    Hardcover (Book Sales, March 15, 1981)
    The Foundation Trilogy In this landmark of imaginative fiction, winner of a special Hugo Award as Best All Time Science Fiction Series, Asimov has brilliantly conceived a whole new world for mankind, set far in the future and spanning a period of more than a thousand years. The beginning of the epic, Foundation, describes how one man creates a new force for civilised life as the old Galactic Empire crumbles into barbarism. Foundation and Empire is the story of the mighty conflict for mastery of the stars between these two major powers. In Second Foundation a new and even more terrifying threat to the future of humanity arises in the form of a dangerous mutant, capable of manipulating men's minds and destroying the universe. . . The Stars, Like Dust A masterpiece of suspense and drama: Biron Farrill sets out on a dangerous quest through the galaxies to find "Rebellion World" and its key to man's future peace. The Naked Sun Earth's very existence is at stake when a murder takes place on power-hungry Solaria. One of the greatest detective stories in the science fiction canon. I, Robot The classic vision of a future where robots are so sophisticated that mankind is threatened with redundancy.Stories include: Robbie, Runaround, Reason, Catch That Rabbit, Liar!, Little Lost Robot, Escape!, Evidence, and The Evitable Conflict.