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Uncorrected Proof. An advance copy (ARC) of a Dave Robicheaux novel. A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Signed by Burke on publisher's bookplate affixed to the inside front cover. With a printed promotional letter from Burke about the book laid in (letter has a PRINTED signature).
First Thus. The first trade paperback edition of Two for Texas, published under a different title. The book was first issued as a mass market paperback original in 1982. First printing of this edition. A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Signed by Burke on the title page.
First Edition. Three copies of Burke's scarcest book, a collection of stories set in Louisiana. 1) LSU hardcover first edition, often reported to be one of 500 copies, but I suspect that it's more like 1000 copies. This is a cleverly **RESTORED EX-LIBRARY COPY**, with new endpapers and faint tape.....
First Edition. A short story (32 pages), published in an edition of 326 copies, all signed by Burke. This numbered issue is signed by Burke and Parks on the limitation page. First edition (first printing). A fine copy in maroon leather. This is copy 28 of 300 signed by Burke and.....
First Edition. A short story (32 pages), published in an edition of 26 lettered copies in a clamshell box and 300 numbered copies, all signed by Burke. This lettered issue is signed by Burke and Parks on the limitation page and again by Parks on a laid-in print of the frontispiece.....
First Edition. With an appreciation by Michael Connelly unique to this edition. This is one of 126 specially bound copies, all signed by Burke. 312 pages. First UK limited edition. A fine copy, half-bound in leather over marbled paper-covered boards. This is one of 110 numbered copies, signed by Burke.....