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161 Simpson, Marcia Crow in Stolen Colors
Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A. Poisoned Pen Press 2000 1 890208 36 1 / 9781890208363 First Edition As New As New Hardcover SIGNED
Fine, clean, crisp and unread first printing, SIGNED neatly to the title page with the author's name only. Nominated for The Edgar Award for best first book, this is a stunning debut and a thrilling mystery. Alaskan history, settings and lore, fishing boats and stolen Tlingit artifacts add to and complete this well-told story.Published in a small printing of only 1,000 copies, the pristine book and dust jacket protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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162 Slaughter, Karin Blindsighted
N. Y. William Morrow & Co 2001 0 688 17457 4 / 9780688174576 First Edition As New As New Hardcover SIGNED
Fine, new, clean, crisp and unread first printing, SIGNED with her name only, and dated neatly on the title page, in fresh gray boards, red spine with silver titles, fine dust jacket protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. Slaughter's debut novel is both shocking and accomplished, she tells a dark tale with the gifts of a master storyteller. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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163 Slaughter, Karin Faithless
N. Y. Delacorte Press 2005 0 385 33945 3 / 9780385339452 First Edition As New As New Hardcover SIGNED
Fine, new, clean, crisp and unread first printing, SIGNED neatly by the author to the title page with her name only and dated by her in the month of publication: 8 Sept 05, in sharp white boards with a muted pastel close-up of a woman's face to front panel, the clear acetate wraparound dust jacket is printed with thorns all around. Altogether a very fine production for this bold mystery of complex and gripping suspense. 
Price: 32.00 USD
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164 Smith, Scott A Simple Plan
N. Y. Alfred a Knopf Inc 1993 0 679 41985 3 / 9780679419853 First Edition Fine Near Fine Hardcover 
Fine, clean, tight first printing, in sharp ivory boards, white cloth spine stamped in gold titles, appears to have been read very carefully only once, in a nearly fine dust jacket with only a small crease at spine-head, now protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. This highly reviewed debut novel is a riveting, unrelentingly suspenseful read. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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165 Soracco, Sin Edge City
N. Y. Dutton 1992 0 525 93520 7 / 9780525935209 First Edition Fine Fine Hardcover SIGNED
Fine first printing: SIGNED association copy: "For ---- once again and again many thanks, Sin." Clean crisp first printing of this noir novel; gritty, realistic, and not for the faint of heart, fine dust jacket protected in a clear Brodart cover. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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166 Stansberry, Domenic Manifesto for the Dead
Sag Harbor, New York, U.S.A. Permanent Press 2000 1 57962 059 0 / 9781579620592 First Edition Fine Near Fine Hardcover 
Fine, clean, crisp first printing appears to be unread in sharp hunter green boards, green metallic titles stamped to spine, in a nearly fine dust jacket with a corner crease to top front flap, now protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. Stansberry has crafted a powerful noir mystery in which he has fictionalized Jim Thompson, a recognized master of the genre. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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167 Stevens, Taylor The Informationist
N. Y. Crown Publishers 2011 0307717097 / 9780307717092 First Edition As New/Fine As New/Fine Hardcover 
Fine, clean, crisp, new and unread stated first edition with the full number line including the 1, bound in fresh black boards, blue metallic titles stamped to spine, the fine dust jacket protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. The Informationist features a protagonist in the genre of Lisbeth Salander, brave and dangerous in her own right. This is a fast-paced and gripping thriller. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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168 Stokes, Naomi M. The Tree People
N. Y. Forge 1995 0 312 85633 4 / 9780312856335 First Edition Fine Fine Hardcover 
Nearly fine, clean and crisp first printing in fresh dark green boards, endpaper maps in a nearly fine pictorial dust jacket with light rubbing to back panel. Stokes has crafted a compelling mystery of murder and intrigue set in the heart of the Olympic rainforest and the Salish Indian community. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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169 Stone, Michael Totally Dead (Streeter Mystery Ser.)
N. Y. Viking Penguin 1999 0 670 88208 9 / 9780670882083 First Edition Fine As New Hardcover SIGNED
Immaculate red boards with blue spine in a clean, crisp dust jacket with vividly drawn color illustration by Owen Smith. This is the fourth of the Streeter Mysteries penned by a private investigator. Fine, fresh first printing SIGNED on the second free endpaper and protected in a clear mylar cover. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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170 Sullivan, Mark T. The Purification Ceremony
N. Y. Morrow/Avon 1997 0 380 97428 2 / 9780380974283 First Edition Near Fine Fine Hardcover 
First printing: The author was nominated for the Edgar Award for this gripping mystery set in the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest...with the hunted being the hunters. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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171 Thrasher, L. L. Cat's Paw, Incorporated (Brown Bag Mystery Line Ser.)
San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. Council Oak Books 1995 0 933031 41 6 / 9780933031418 First Edition Very Good Very Good Hardcover 
Pronounced slant to book,otherwise fine, shelfwear to fragile Brown Bag Mystery dust jacket. Debut novel set in rainy Portland, Oregon. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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172 Ulmer, Mari Midnight at the Camposanto : A Taos Festival Mystery (Taos Mysteries Ser.)
Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A. Poisoned Pen Press 2000 1 890208 30 2 / 9781890208301 First Edition As New Hardcover SIGNED
Mari Ulmer's intriguing debut novel is a rich mystery of the Southwest. This is the first in a cycle of books celebrating the unique culture of northern New Mexico. Pristine book and jacket protected in a clear, archival Brodart cover, and signed by the author on the title page. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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173 Vine, Barbara The Brimstone Wedding
N. Y. Harmony Books 1996 0 517 70339 4 / 9780517703397 First Edition Near Fine Fine Hardcover 
Nearly fine first printing in fresh beige boards, sand cloth spine stamped in silver titles, ocher endpapers, the fine pictorial dust jacket with a small and very light corner crease to front flap, elde fine in a new, clear Brodart cover. Vine/Rendell is recognized as a master of her genre of chilling and brilliant mystery. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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174 Waldman, Ayelet A Playdate With Death/A Mommy Track Mystery
N. Y. Prime Crime 2002 0 425 18473 0 / 9780425184738 First Edition Fine Near Fine Hardcover SIGNED
Fine, clean first printing appears to be unread in black boards with silver titles stamped to spine, SIGNED neatly with the author's name only to the title page, the dust jacket protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. Waldman's Mommy-Track Mysteries are a delight with a fearless and intelligent woman as the busy mommy and the intrepid sleuth. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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175 Waldman, Ayelet Nursery Crimes : A Mommy Track Mystery ( the First of the Mommy-Track Mysteries Ser.) plus a Second Book: Murder Plays House
N. Y. Berkley Publishing Group 2000 0 425 17469 7 / 9780425174692 First Edition Fine Fine Hardcover SIGNED
Fine first printing of this engaging and very funny debut novel of The Mommy-Track Mysteries Series. Clean and crisp, appears unread, SIGNED with the author's lively inscription to the title page indicating an association copy, and dated in the year of publication. Glossy illustrated dust jacket with the charming cover art of Lisa Desemini, one faint line of rubbing which is barely noticable to the black ground, protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. PLUS an ADDITIONAL first printing of the fifth book in the series Murder Plays House in very good condition. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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176 White, Randy Wayne Shark River
N. Y. G. P. Putnam's Sons 2001 0 399 14729 2 / 9780399147296 First Edition Near Fine Near Fine Hardcover 
Nearly fine first printing, light bump to spine-foot, in purple boards with metallic stamped titles to spine, carmine endpapers, fresh, clean interior, nearly fine pictorial dust jacket. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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177 White, Randy Wayne Twelve Mile Limit
N. Y. Putnam/ Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated 2002 0 399 14873 6 / 9780399148736 First Edition Fine Fine Hardcover 
Fine fresh first printing in a like dust jacket protected in a clear new Brodart cover.This is a powerful and intense Doc Ford mystery written with passion and depth. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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178 Whitehead, Colson The Intuitionist : A Novel
N. Y. Anchor Books/Doubleday 1998 0385492995 / 9780385492997 First Edition Fine Fine Hardcover 
Highly praised debut novel, wonderfully imagined, and with an unlikely, and quirky heroine. Whitehead followed this work with the equally fine "John Henry Days". Fine, clean copy protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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179 Whitehead, Colson The Intuitionist : A Novel
N. Y. Anchor Books/Doubleday 1998 0 385 49299 5 / 9780385492997 First Edition Fine Fine Hardcover 
This is Colson's highly acclaimed debut novel which quickly went into multiple printings. Interesting conceit and a great read which was followed by "John Henry Days," a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. First printing in fine gray boards, black spine with silver titles, clean, fresh interior, fine dust jacket protected in a clear Brodart cover. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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180 Willeford, Charles The Difference
Sun City, AZ, U.S.A. Dennis McMillan Publications 1999 0-939767-33-3 / 9780939767335 First Edition Thus Very Fine Fine Hardcover 
This beautifully produced book was first published in 1971 as "The Hombre From Sonora." 
Price: 40.00 USD
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