Author:Henry, Will


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The Best of National Lampoon #4

By: Beard, Henry, Michael O'Donoghue, Tony Hendra, Brian McConnachie and Sean Kelly (editors)

Price: $8.50

Publisher: New York, National Lampoon: 1973

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 016998

Condition: Very Good

"Vol. I, No 5 in a series of special editions published three times a year." Or, more accurately, a collection of material considered by the editors to be the best of National Lampoon's generally hilariously offensive, groundbreaking humour, published because the magazine was a gold mine, and even more money could be squeezed out of its readers if it published a regular series of 'Best of' issues. It certainly worked where I was concerned. Unpaginated, illustrated. A small handling crease to left portion of front cover, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. View more info

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The Other Foot, Gift of the Magi, The Happiest Day, The Most Dangerous Game, A Letter to God

By: Bradbury, Ray, O. Henry, Sherman Dixon, Richard Connell, and Gregorio Lopez y Fuentes

Price: $30.00

Publisher: No Place, Xerox Corporation: 1967

Seller ID: 018066

Condition: Good

An uncommon collection of stories primarily of interest to collectors of Ray Bradbury material, this was "compiled by Xerox Corporation. It is part of the program THE WAY IT IS, to be used in conjunction with the Teacher Handbook, Learner Log, and accompanying phonograph records" (phonograph records????? -- must be some sort of futuristic term). Uncommon words/phrases are defined at the bottom of each page. 62 pages. Sunned spine, crinkles/impressions to covers, corner creases, sticker pull to front cover, 1/4" tear to bottom edge of back cover, general wear. View more info

Natural Causes

By: Cecil, Henry

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Pan 368: 1956

Edition: 1st Pan edition

Seller ID: 013131

Condition: Good to Very Good

We have all the ingredients for "an ingenious and light-hearted story," including a dipsomaniac blackmailer, a megalomaniac newspaper proprietor, and a respectable High Court judge with a minor offence in his background. 191 pages. Moderate general wear. View more info

DEAD NORTH, An Alaska Mystery (signed)

By: Henry, Sue

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Nwe y, William Morrow/HarperCollinsPublishers: 2001

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 012044

ISBN: 0-380-97881-4

Condition: Near Fine

A woman driving her friend's RV from Idaho to Alaska offers a ride to a teenager, who subsequently disappears at Jasper National Park, just ahead of the police who are searching for him in connection with two murders. Signed on title page. Dust jacket illustration by Pat Bailey. Bumped spine ends, small remainder dot to bottom edge, in dust jacket w/a couple of impressions, light wear to spine ends. An unread copy. View more info

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The Last Warpath

By: Henry, Will

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, Random House: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 017546

Condition: Very Good

This is "a recreated history of the Cheyenne people. The events depicted are essentially true, with enough fictional cement supplied to find the historical elements together." Salmon boards w/burgundy quarter cloth, purple decoration to front cover, gilt spine lettering w/purple decorations, 242 pages + brief author biography, dust jacket illustration by John Pimlott. Mild wear, in price-clipped dust jacket w/light edgewear, three diagonal scratches to front panel, two small sticker pulls to left portion of front panel, light smudging to rear panel. View more info

His Angel, A Romance of the Far West

By: Herman, Henry

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Cleveland, The Arthur Westbrook Company:

Edition: 1st thus

Seller ID: 011354

Condition: Good

No date (circa 1920s). Cover by Bernarda B. Park. 240 pages + 8 pages of advertisements for other Westbrook titles. Wear to spine, crosscracks, bottom half of left cover edge separated, light chipping to spine ends, tanned pages, scuffed edges. Internally tight and clean. View more info

SING A SONG OF TRUST, A Biography of Rev. and Mrs. Thomas James Gamble

By: Hutchinson, Roland Henry

Price: $20.00

Publisher: No Place, Privately printed: 1977

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 016970

Condition: Near Fine

The story of a Canadian missionary/pastor and his Polish-born wife. 150 pages (including appendices), illustrated. Some spine slant, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. Uncommon. View more info

A Halo For Nobody

By: Kane, Henry

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Simon & Schuster: 1947

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: mys.00291

Condition: Good

Introduces hard-boiled detective Peter Chambers, a guy who "is tough as an agent's smile; who can drink like a camel, but hold his liquor like a revenue snooper." Bumped corners, edgewear, tanned pages; price-clipped dust jacket w/2" x 1" triangular piece missing from top of front panel, several scrapes and nicks, rubbing, 1" x 1/8" piece scraped horizontally from left edge of front panel, general wear. View more info

Ultima Thule, Australia Felix, and The Way Home

By: Richardson, Henry Handel

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, W.W. Norton & Co.:

Edition: 1st U.S. edition & 2 reissues

Seller ID: 005791

Condition: Good

'Ultima Thule' is the 1st US edition, published in 1929, and the other two are reissues, published in 1930. The Richard and Mary Mahoney trilogy by the author of 'Maurice Guest.' All three volumes w/tanned/heavily foxed edges, some edgewear, light soil, mustiness, moderate general wear, in dust jackets w/edgewear/chipping, tears/abrasions, some spine sunning, moderate general wear. View more info

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The Great Snow

By: Robinson, Henry Morton

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, Panther Books 1442: 1962

Edition: 1st Panther edition

Seller ID: 017510

Condition: Good

A successful New York businessman and his family are "isolated in their country home by a tremendous snow blizzard" that rages for twenty days, during which the businessman's "existence became a living hell as he fought for his own and his family's survival; waged a frantic struggle against the sieging cold; the slow, creeping grip of hunger; the probing fingers of disease, and against the claws of fear -- that turn seemingly civilised men into animals." 187 pages + 5 pages of advertisements for other Panther titles. Some spine slant/roll, moderate edge/corner wear, rubbing/f... View more info

The Stanley Cup Story

By: Roxborough, Henry

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Toronto, Ryerson Press: 1964

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 015047

Condition: Very Good

"An account of the development of hockey in Canada, the exploits of the great players and a history of the N.H.L. teams with a complete record of the Stanley Cup winners." Steel blue cloth w/silver rule/Stanley Cup decoration to front cover, silver lettering to front cover, 194 pages, illustrated. Mild wear to corners/spine ends, dusty edges, Christmas gift inscription, in rubbed dust jacket w/sunned spine, edgewear, short edge tears, two vertical scrapes to rear panel, general wear. View more info

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Once Upon a Time Long, Long Ago (signed)

By: Shykoff, Henry

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Toronto, Natural Heritage Books/Natural History Inc.: 1999

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Inscribed & Signed by Author

Seller ID: 016414

ISBN: 1-896219-58-6

Condition: Near Fine

From the back cover: "How did we get to be US? Who are WE? This story for the younger reader, set in the period of some 50,000 years ago when an almost explosive change in people's behaviour occurred, addresses these questions." If your child's name is Tommy, then this is the copy for you, because Shykoff has inscribed it thusly on the front end paper: "To Tommy/Henry Shykoff." Although I must admit, parents of non-Tommys won't be turned away from the door of commerce if they express the desire to pursue a purchase on behalf of their own beloved unTommy. I'm good that wa... View more info

A New Kind of Love

By: Williams, Henry

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Dell 6329: 1963

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 009122

Condition: Good

a paperback original published as a tie-in for the Meville Shavelson-written/directed movie of the same name, which starred Paul Newman as an out-of-work sports writer exiled to Paris, and Joanne Woodward as an American career woman possessed of success and money, but missing something very much resembling Paul Newman; the movie co-starred Thelma Ritter, Eva Gabor, and Maurice Chevalier; contains 4 pages of scenes from the movie; moderate edgewear, mild slant, crease to bottom right corner of front cover, ink squiggle to front end paper, soil to bottom of pgs. 8/9, general wear; View more info

The Village Book

By: Williamson, Henry

Price: $50.00

Publisher: London & Toronto, Jonathan Cape: 1930

Edition: First (limited) edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 014242

Condition: Very Good

"An imaginative work which should not be read as the history of any particular village, and certainly not of any man or woman." One of 504 copies numbered and signed by Williamson, this being damn near the end of the line, at 503. Green cloth w/gilt decoration, parchment spine w/gilt lettering, 342 pages, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed, "Illustrated, twice only, by sketches from the original MS." The usual sunning to cloth cover edges, sun-yellowed spine, some tanning. An unread copy w/numerous unopened (uncut) fore-edges, internally tight and clean. (C/BT) View more info