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MOTHER GOOSE.  SEVENTY-SEVEN VERSES WITH PICTURES BY TASHA TUDOR., (Tudor, Tasha, illustrator.)
1 (Tudor, Tasha, illustrator.) MOTHER GOOSE. SEVENTY-SEVEN VERSES WITH PICTURES BY TASHA TUDOR.
New York Oxford University Press 1945 Fourth Printing Hard Cover Good Tasha Tudor. 
87 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H), blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on front board. Pictorial endpaper, beautifully illustrated throughout with Tasha Tudor's charming colour and b&w drawings. Contents include: Bye, baby, bunting; Ding, dong, bell; Georgey Porgey, pudding and pie; Heigh, diddle, diddle; Hickory, dickery, dock; Hot Cross Buns!; Humpty-Dumpty sat on a wall; Jack and Jill went up the hill; Jack Spratt could eat no fat; Lady bird, lady bird, fly away home; Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep, London bridge is broken down; March winds and April showers; Mary, Mary, quite contrary; Old King Cole was a merry old soul; Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man!; Ride a cock horse; Ring-a-round-a roses; The Queen of Hearts; This little pig went to market; etc., etc. Very light browning to spine and edges of boards, light edge rubbing, tiny scuff on bottom edge of rear board, light browning on pastedowns, light toning to free endpapers, very small browning marks in gutter of title page, between pages 16 & 17 and between pages 86 & 87; a few soft handing creases at bottom corner of last few pages; slight color variation on rear board. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
DRAY PRESCOT:  THE KROZAIR CYCLE.  3 VOLUME SET.  THE TIDES OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 12) / RENEGADES OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 13) / KROZAIR OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 14)., Akers, Alan Burt (pseudonym of Kenneth Bulmer).  (Dray Prescot.)
2 Akers, Alan Burt (pseudonym of Kenneth Bulmer). (Dray Prescot.) DRAY PRESCOT: THE KROZAIR CYCLE. 3 VOLUME SET. THE TIDES OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 12) / RENEGADES OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 13) / KROZAIR OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 14).
New York Daw First Printings Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good - Josh Kirby, Michael Whelan, Jack Gaughan. 
3 volume set - 7" H. 1. Dray Prescot: 12 - The Tides of Kregen, 208 pp - 1976, first printing. 2. Dray Prescot: 13 - Renegade of Kregen, 192 pp - 1976, first printing. 3. Dray Prescot: 14 - Krozair of Kregen, 223 pp - 1977, first printing. "Of all the honors that Dray Prescot, Earthman, had won during his fabulous adventures on Kregen, planet of Antares in Scorpio, none were valued by him more than his membership in the Order of the Krozairs of Zy. The Krozairs were the highest order of chivalry on that turbulent planet, dedicated men, warriors of stern conviction and unflinching hearts. Thus when the Krozairs in their hour of need called on all their far-flung members for aid, he should have come. But he did not. His return had been blocked by the anger of the mysterious Star Lords. Before Prescot could achieve redemption, he had two armies opposed to him, two warring kingdoms naming him outlaw, and only the tides of the seven moons as a weapon." Interiors - light toning to pages ans inside of covers, tiny soft bump at top corner of last few pages of volume 3, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - books are lightly cocked, light edge wear, very light creases on spines, some soft wrinkling/creasing on covers - more on front cover of volume 3, a few tiny corner creases. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
DRAY PRESCOT:  THE WITCH WAR CYCLE.  5 VOLUME SET.  WEREWOLVES OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 33) / WITCHES OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 34) / STORM OVER VALLIA (DRAY PRESCOT: 35) / OMENS OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 36) / WARLORD OF ANTARES (DRAY PRESCOT: 37)., Akers, Alan Burt (pseudonym of Kenneth Bulmer).  (Dray Prescot.)
3 Akers, Alan Burt (pseudonym of Kenneth Bulmer). (Dray Prescot.) DRAY PRESCOT: THE WITCH WAR CYCLE. 5 VOLUME SET. WEREWOLVES OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 33) / WITCHES OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 34) / STORM OVER VALLIA (DRAY PRESCOT: 35) / OMENS OF KREGEN (DRAY PRESCOT: 36) / WARLORD OF ANTARES (DRAY PRESCOT: 37).
New York Daw Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good - 
5 volume set - 7" H. 1. Dray Prescot: 33 - Werewolves of Kregen, 220 pp - ISBN 0879979917 - 1985, second printing. 2. Dray Prescot: 34 - Witches of Kregen, 223 pp - ISBN 0886770327 - 1985, first printing. 3. Dray Prescot: 35 - Storm Over Vallia, 254 pp - ISBN 086770696 - 1985, second printing. 4. Dray Prescot: 36 - Omens of Kregen, 222 pp - ISBN 0886770904 - 1985, second printing. 5. Dray Prescot: 37 - Warlord of Antares, 255 pp (includes Updated Glossary of the Saga of Dray Prescot by Wm. Douglas Withers, Dept. of Mathematics, U.S. Naval Academy) - ISBN 0886772699 -1988, second printing. "Dray Prescot is an Earthman, seaman and soldier, brought across four hundred light years to a planet of Antares. The Star Lords, a race advanced beyond our ken, needed him on that world called Kregen. Now, having at last returned to his home empire, to his wife and friends, Dray was to learn that the vengeance of his defeated enemies had launched a final assault - with nine occult curses - against Vallia and all that Dray held dear." Interiors - a bookstore stamp either on inside of front cover or on first page, three books with old price in ink on first page, very light browning to inside edges of covers and to some pages. Exteriors - light edge wear, very light rubbing, one or two tiny corner creases, one book with old price sticker on rear cover. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
THE WARRIOR OF WORLD'S END / THE ENCHANTRESS OF WORLD'S END / THE IMMORTAL OF WORLD'S END / THE BARBARIAN OF WORLD'S END / THE PIRATE OF WORLD'S END.  FIRST FIVE BOOKS OF THE GONDWANE EPIC., Carter, Lin.
4 Carter, Lin. THE WARRIOR OF WORLD'S END / THE ENCHANTRESS OF WORLD'S END / THE IMMORTAL OF WORLD'S END / THE BARBARIAN OF WORLD'S END / THE PIRATE OF WORLD'S END. FIRST FIVE BOOKS OF THE GONDWANE EPIC.
New York Daw Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good Cover Art by Vincent DiFate (1), Michael Whelan (2,3), John Brierley (4) and Richard Hescox (5). 
The first 5 books of the Gondwane Epic. 7" H, b&w frontispieces. 1. The Warrior of World's End (Daw No. 125 - UQ1140), 160 pp, first printing, November 1974. 2. The Enchantress of World's End (Daw No. 150 - UY1172), 192 pp, first printing, May 1975. 3. The Immortal of World's End (Daw No. 210 - UY1254), 160 pp, first printing, September 1976. 4. The Barbarian of World's End (Daw No. 243 - UW1300), 188 pp, 3rd printing, 1977. 5. The Pirate at World's End (Daw No. 310 - UE1410), 173 pp, first printing, October 1978. "Ganelon Silvermane, the genetically designed super-hero of the Earth's fabulous final centuries, has rapidly become the most popular of all Lin Carter's creations. Brought to life prematurely, Ganelon's adventures in a world of crumbling empires, ravaging hordes, and marvelous relics of forgotten scientific empires, are always edge-of-the-set wonder novels." Interiors - all books have very light to light browning to pages and inside of covers; book five has moderate browning to inside of covers; book two has a red number 4 written on inside of front cover, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - all books have light or very light edge wear - a little more on front cover fore-edge of book one; book one has a tiny tear/dent at top edge of front cover - dent migrates into first few pages and faint crease on spine; book three has wrinkling on spine; book four has a tiny dent on bottom of text block; all spines have a very slight lean. 
Price: 27.50 USD
 
 
NURSERY RHYMES AND CHILDREN'S SONGS WITH MUSIC AND PICTURES., Chambers, H.A., pianoforte accompaniments arranged by.
5 Chambers, H.A., pianoforte accompaniments arranged by. NURSERY RHYMES AND CHILDREN'S SONGS WITH MUSIC AND PICTURES.
London News Chronicle Hard Cover Good+ "Baz" 
128 pp, 11" H. Red cloth with gilt lettering and blind stamped decoration on front board. Charming b&w illustrations by "Baz" throughout. No date, but Xmas inscription on front paste down is dated 1940. A collection of 85 nursery rhymes and children's songs with music notation, including: Baa, Baa Black Sheep; Dickory, Dickory Dock, Frog He Would A-Wooing Go; Georgie Porgie; Goosey, Goosey, Gander, Here We Come Gathering Nuts and May; Hey Diddle Diddle; Hot Cross Buns; I Had a Little Nut Tree; I Love Sixpence; Jack and Jill; Little Bo-Peep; Little Jack Horner; Little Miss Muffet; London Bridge; Mary Mary Quite Contrary; The Mulberry Bush; Oh, the Noble Duke of York; Old King Cole; Oranges and Lemons; O Where, O Where is My Little Dog Gone; Pop Goes the Weasel; Ride a Cock Horse; Simple Simon; Sing a Song of Sixpence; There was a Crooked Man; Three Blind Mice; To Market, to Market; Twinkle Twinkle Little Star; Early One Morning; Polly Oliver; Where the Bee Sucks, etc., etc. Light browming on free emdpapers, previous owner's name, a very small ink offset mark from Xmas inscription, and a few tiny foxing marks on front free endpaper; light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine; light edge wear; a few small edge dents; a few tiny scuffs on front board; crease/paper tear (glued) at top corner of front board - slight bump at other cormers; very small liquid mark on rear board. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
6 Clayton, Jo. DRINKER OF SOULS TRILOGY. 1. DRINKER OF SOULS. 2. BLUE MAGIC. 3. A GATHERING OF STONES. 3 VOLUME SET.
Daw, New York, (1986, 2nd/1988, 2nd/1989, 2nd printing). 
335 pp, 333 pp, 368 pp, paperbacks - 3 volumes. "She was Brann, the Drinker of Souls, from whom all but the very brave and the very foolish fled in fear. Bonded to twin demonic shape-shifters, she roved the land in search of rich life source to feed her demons' need. But Brann too had a need that couldn't be denied, a quest to free her family from the evil king who'd enslaved them - a quest that would lead Brann and her unearthly allies into magical realms ruled by witches and werewolves, lawless lords and murderous villains, and the ever-present ghosts of the restless dead..." Interiors - page 293/294 has two small tears (archivally taped) and light creases to fore-edge margin, otherwise books are clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exteriors - light/moderate edge wear, minor scuffing, spines are flat with faint creases to book 2. VG- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
7 Clayton, Jo. SHADITH'S QUEST SERIES - 3 VOLS. 1. SHADOWPLAY. 2. SHADOWSPEER. 3. SHADOWKILL.
Daw, New York, (1990, 2nd / 1990, Ist / 1991, 1st). Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good Jody Lee, cover art. 
396 pp, 342 pp, 362 pp, - 3 volumes. "(W)hen she stumbled on a kidnapping in progress, Shadith - captive for centuries in the alien artifact known as the Diadem, now once again living in a human form - finds herself the prisoner of Ginbiryol Seyirshi, a being who has instigated devasting wars on world after world purely to film and sell Limited Editions of the resulting violence, destruction and death - ." Interiors - pages browning lightly - otherwise clean and tight with no other previous ownership marks. Exteriors - light edge wear, small area of surface paper loss on rear cover of vol. 3, small light stain to fore-edge of textblock on vol 1, spines flat with faint creasing on vols. 1 & 3. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
8 Clayton, Jo. THE DUEL OF SORCERY TRILOGY. 1. MOONGATHER. 2. MOONSCATTER. 3. CHANGER'S MOON. 3 VOLUME SET.
Daw, New York, (1982, 6th/1983, 6th/1985, 2nd printing). 
240 pp, 304 pp, 352 pp, paperbacks - 3 volumes. Serroi is small of stature with pale olive skin and certain strangely heightened sensitivities - she is a woman warrior. Once the pawn of Ser Noris the most villainous wizard of all time, she is now the one chance in a battle between good and evil... Interiors - Book 1 has browning to inside of covers, Books 1 & 2 have light browning to pages, 'No Exchange' written in pen at top of first page of Book 2 - otherwise clean and tight. Exteriors - light edge wear/rubbing, small creases at bottom corner and minor soiling to rear cover of Book 2, light creasing to spine of Book 2. VG- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
9 Dubro, James. MOB MISTRESS,
Toronto Macmillan of Canada 1988 077159917X / 9780771599170 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
200 pp, 8 3/4" H. B&w photographs. "(Shirley Ryce) tells of her upbringing as the spoiled daughter of a local bookie and card-game organizer, of her early marriage, and of the fateful meeting that turned a bored housewife and mother into a mob mistress. (She) moved in organized crime circles for almost two decades, and had many mob affairs. Although she knew little of the mobsters' 'business', she saw a great deal of the mob at play. Her break with the Papalias (Hamilton, Ontario crime family) and their cohorts, and her co-operation with the police, marked a dramatic change in ther life, and in 'Mob Mistress' she looks back at who and what she was with self-deprecating frankness. At the same time, she and Dubro both give an informed and clear-eyed view of her former 'playmates' - and of the law-enforcement officers who fight them daily." Small bump to bottom corner of both boards. Dust jacket has minor edge wear, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, small corner crease on front flap, very light rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
10 Egan, Doris. GATE OF IVORY TRILOGY. 3 VOLUME SET. 1. THE GATE OF IVORY. 2. TWO-BIT HEROES. 3. GUILT-EDGED IVORY.
Daw, New York, (1989, 1992, 1992), Ist printings. 
319 pp, 319 pp, 316 pp, paperbacks - 3 volumes. "Ivory, exotic and dangerous, where everything is for sale, and law exists only to protect the most powerful families. And to anthropology student Theodora of Pyrene, Ivory - the one place in the known universe where magic works and where those who command it can control society - is an irresistible world to explore on her all-too brief vacation..." Interiors - insides of covers browning, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exteriors - light edge wear, small bumps/one tiny tear to top of spine of Book 1, spines lightly creased but still very legible. VG- 
Price: 65.00 USD
 
 
11 Greeno, Gayle. THE GHATTI'S TALE. 3 VOLUMES. BOOK ONE. FINDERS-SEEKERS. BOOK TWO. MIND-SPEAKERS' CALL. BOOK THREE. EXILES' RETURN.
Daw, New York, (1993, 6th/1994, Ist/1995, 3rd printing). 
506 pp, 527 pp, 556 pp, paperbacks - 3 volumes. "Their technological resources destroyed, a colonizing expedition from Earth has been stranded on the world of Methuen for over two hundred years. Their continued survival is largely due to the organization of healers known as the Eumedicos and to the Seekers Veritas, a unique group composed of pairs of Bondmates, one human and one ghatti - a telepathic catlike being native to Methuen who bonds with a specific human for life. These Bondmates travel from town to town, settling disputes by truth-reading the minds and emotions of plaintiffs and defendants. While most people respect the Seekers, there are those who fear the ghatti powers. And now someone has been attacking Seekerpairs. W hat no one knows is that this destroyer has targeted one specific pair of Bondmates as special victims - the woman Doyce and the ghatta Khar'pern. For the key to defeating this deadly foe is locked away in Doyce's mind behind barriers even her ghatta has never been able to break down..." Interiors - bookstore stamp at bottom of first page of book 1, otherwise clean and tight. Exteriors - minor edge wear books 1 & 2, soft creasing to front cover and light edge wear to book 3, spines are flat with faint creasing to book 3. VG+ 
Price: 18.00 USD
 
 
12 Haber, Karen. Cover art by Romas Kukalis. WAR MINSTRELS TRILOGY. 1. WOMAN WITHOUT A SHADOW. 2. THE WAR MINSTRELS. 3. SISTER BLOOD. 3 VOLUME SET.
Daw, New York, (1995, 1995, 1996), Ist printings. 
300 pp, 304 pp, 298 pp, mass market paperbacks - 3 volumes. "The Mindstones were the only reason anyone lived on - or more accurately, in - the planet Styx. An uninhabitable ice world, Styx only survived as an underground mining colony because of the discovery of the beautiful jewel called Cyrilite, a crystalline stone with unique, mind-altering properties. But to Kayla John Reed, Styx was the only home she'd ever known until her parents were killed in a tragic mining accident. Claiming her father's Guild seat, the extraordinarily gifted young empath was forced to flee the planet when she tangled with the Kellers, the wealthiest and most important psi family in the colony..." Interiors - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exteriors - very light edge wear, tiny tear at top edge of a few pages in vol. 1, flat spines with very faint crease on vol. 3. VG 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
13 Huff, Tanya. SING THE FOUR QUARTERS QUARTET. 1. SING THE FOUR QUARTERS. 2. FIFTH QUARTER. 3. NO QUARTER. 4. THE QUARTERED SEA. 4 VOLUME SET.
Daw, New York, (1994, 2nd./1995, 2nd./1996, 2nd./1999, Ist printing). Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good Cover art by Jody Lee. 
410 pp, 416 pp, 413 pp, 406 pp. - 4 volumes. "To call the Kigh was the height of bard's magic. Only those born with the gift could learn to Sing these spirits of earth, air, fire, and water into doing their bidding, and even someone as gifted as the Princess Annice must spend years studying at the Bardic Hall to truly master the art. And for Annice, one of those rare talents able to Sing the elemental spirits from each of the four quarters, the call of magic was too strong to be denied, even if it meant renouncing her royal blood and privileges. But Annice might have made a different choice if she could have foreseen that ten years after she'd transferred her life and loyalties from the royal palace to the Bardic Hall, she'd find herself fleeing from the King's Guards. For Annice was twice guilty of treason, first for imperiling the order of succession by becoming pregnant, and second for aiding the father of her unborn child, the Duc of Ohrid, to escape the palace dungeons and the sentence of death hanging over his head. Now the fugitives' only hope lay in tracking down and bringing to justice the enemy who'd masterminded the Duc's downfall, a dangerous foe who had found a way to tie lies and truths together into a knot even the most powerful of Bardic spells could not unravel." Interiors - vol. 1 has a few pages with small corner crease and one page with large corner crease, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - light edge wear to covers; vol. 4 has light creases on spine, is lightly cocked and has 3 tiny dents on rear cover - light migration in rear pages; vol 1 has large soft corner crease on front cover, slight corner curling on rear cover, light browning to edges of textblock and tiny bump/tear at bottom of rear hinge. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
14 Huff, Tanya. (Book 4 Inscribed by Author.) Cover art by Jody Lee. SING THE FOUR QUARTERS QUARTET. 1. SING THE FOUR QUARTERS. 2. FIFTH QUARTER. 3. NO QUARTER. 4. THE QUARTERED SEA. 4 VOLUME SET.
Daw, New York, (1994, 3rd/1995, 2nd/1996, Ist/1999, Ist printing). 
410 pp, 416 pp, 413 pp, 406 pp. - mass market paperbacks - 4 volumes. BOOK 4 INSCRIBED AND DATED BY TANYA HUFF. "To call the Kigh was the height of bard's magic. Only those born with the gift could learn to Sing these spirits of earth, air, fire, and water into doing their bidding, and even someone as gifted as the Princess Annice must spend years studying at the Bardic Hall to truly master the art. And for Annice, one of those rare talents able to Sing the elemental spirits from each of the four quarters, the call of magic was too strong to be denied, even if it meant renouncing her royal blood and privileges. But Annice might have made a different choice if she could have foreseen that ten years after she'd transferred her life and loyalties from the royal palace to the Bardic Hall, she'd find herself fleeing from the King's Guards. For Annice was twice guilty of treason, first for imperiling the order of succession by becoming pregnant, and second for aiding the father of her unborn child, the Duc of Ohrid, to escape the palace dungeons and the sentence of death hanging over his head. Now the fugitives' only hope lay in tracking down and bringing to justice the enemy who'd masterminded the Duc's downfall, a dangerous foe who had found a way to tie lies and truths together into a knot even the most powerful of Bardic spells could not unravel..." Interiors - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks, Exteriors - clean and bright with minor edge wear to covers, spines flat with the very faintest of creases on book 1. VG+ 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
15 Lumley, Brian. Cover art by Tim Kirk / Michael Whelan. TITUS CROW DUOLOGY. 1. THE BURROWERS BENEATH. 2. THE TRANSITION OF TITUS CROW. 2 VOLUME SET.
Daw, New York, (1974, 1975), Ist printings. 
160 pp, 253 pp, - mass market paperbacks - 2 volumes. "Were human beings the first intelligent beings to make themselves masters of this world? Before men emerged from the primeval jungles, might not other beings have dominated this planet, utilized it, contacted the stars, and called Earth theirs..." "In the great tradition of H.P. Lovecraft." Interiors - previous owners name on inside of front cover of vol. 2, pages browning very lightly, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exteriors - light edge wear on vol. 2, minor edge wear on vol. 1, spines flat wtih two faint creases on vol. 2. VG 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
DICKORY DICKORY DOCK / CURLY LOCKS / FOUR AND TWENTY TAILORS.  3 BOOKS., Moffat, Alfred.
16 Moffat, Alfred. DICKORY DICKORY DOCK / CURLY LOCKS / FOUR AND TWENTY TAILORS. 3 BOOKS.
London Galliard / Stainer & Bell Reprints Hard Cover Very Good - H. Willebeek Le Mair. 
Reprints of three books originally published by Stainer & Bell of London between 1911-12 - oblong format (8 3/4" H x 11 5/16" D), in glazed pictorial boards - 32 pp each. Each book contains the musical notation and lyrics for 15 songs and each song is preceded by a full page colour illustration. 1. Dickory Dickory Dock - ISBN 852493398 - Georgy-Porgy; Little Miss Muffet; Dickory, dickory, dock; Girls and boys come out to play; Jack and Jill; Yankee Doodle; Twinkle, twinkle, little star; Little Bo-Peep, Oranges and Lemons; Ride a cock-horse; What are little boys made of?; There was a little man; Little Boy Blue; Polly put the kettle on; Hush-a-bye Baby. 2. Curly Locks - ISBN 852493401- Dame get up and bake your pies; Dance a Baby Diddy; Young lambs to sell; Over the hills and far away; Little Polly Flinders; The North Wind does blow; Old King Cole; Dance to your daddy; I saw three ships come sailing in; Curly Locks; London Bridge is broken down; Little jumping Joan; Oh dear, what can the matter be?; There came to my window; The babes in the wood. 3. Four and Twenty Tailors - ISBN 85249341X - Simple Simon; Where are you going to, my pretty maid?; Lazy sheep, pray tell me why; Three mice went into a hole to spin; Four-and-twenty tailors; See-saw, Margery Daw; There was a crooked man; Lavender's blue; Little Tommy Tucker; A frog he would a-wooing go; The spider and the fly; I had a little nut tree; Goosey, goosey, gander; A little cock-sparrow; Sleep baby, sleep. Minor toning to edges of pages and endpapers, tiny to very small bump at top/bottom of spines and at most corners of boards, minor toning to spines. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
GOR.  VOLUME 18. BLOOD BROTHERS OF GOR.  VOLUME 19. KAJIRA OF GOR.  VOLUME 21. MERCENARIES OF GOR.  VOLUME 22. DANCER OF GOR.  4 BOOKS FROM THE CHRONICLES OF COUNTER-EARTH. OR  THE TARL CABOT SAGA., Norman, John.  (Pseudonym of John Frederick Lange, Jr.)
17 Norman, John. (Pseudonym of John Frederick Lange, Jr.) GOR. VOLUME 18. BLOOD BROTHERS OF GOR. VOLUME 19. KAJIRA OF GOR. VOLUME 21. MERCENARIES OF GOR. VOLUME 22. DANCER OF GOR. 4 BOOKS FROM THE CHRONICLES OF COUNTER-EARTH. OR THE TARL CABOT SAGA.
New York Daw Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good Ken W. Kelly, cover art. 
4 novels from the Gor series - volumes 18, 19, 21 & 22. **Please note - Volume 20 is not included here.** All published by Daw, 7" H, with yellow textblock edges, three have white spines, 'Kajira' has a yellow spine. 18. Blood Brothers of Gor - 480 pp, 4th printing, 1982, ISBN 0879977779 - "Tarl Cabot, seeking the monsters from the Steel Worlds, found himself among cruel savages who ruled the vast Barrens. Though himself enslaved, he stood with his comrades and masters against a coming onslaught." 19. Kajira of Gor - 446 pp, 1st printing, 1983, ISBN 0879978074 - "Kajira means slave-girl in Gorean. But when Tiffany Collins was kidnapped from Earth and brought to that orbital counter-world, she found herself on the throne of a mighty city as its 'queen'. Power seemingly was hers, and she did not realize that her true role was that of a slave puppet of a conniving woman agent of the monstrous Kurii." 21. Mercenaries of Gor - 446 pp, 2nd printing, 1985, ISBN 0886770181 - "War on Gor is a rousing and fearful affair - and when the armada of Cos landed and began its sweeping arch against the mighty city of Ar, Tarl Cabot was swept up in their drive. Outcast from Port Kar, rejected by the Priest-Kings, Tarl fought now for his own redemption." 22. Dancer of Gor - 479 pp, 2nd printing, 1985, ISBN 0886771005 - "Doreen Williamson appeared to be a quiet shy librarian, but in the dark of the library, after hours, she would practice, semi-nude, her secret studies of belly-dancing. Until, one fateful night, the slavers from Gor kidnapped her. On that barbarically splendid counter-Earth, Doreen drew a high price as a dancer in taverns (until) each of her owners became aware that their prize dancer was the target of powerful forces - that in the tense climate of ongoing war between Ar and Cos, Doreen was too dangerous to keep." Interiors - slight browning to inside edges of covers, five books of the book list on last page of volune 22 have been checked-off in pen, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - minor edge and corner wear, light lean to spine of volume 22, a few soft creases on front cover of volumes 19 and 22, faint crease on spine of volume 22. 
Price: 37.50 USD
 
 
CHRONICLES OF THE CHEYSULI - FIRST 6 BOOKS IN 5 VOLUMES.  1. SHAPECHANGERS.  2. THE SONG OF HOMANA.  3. LEGACY OF THE WOLF - CONTAINING: LEGACY OF THE SWORD & TRACK OF THE WHITE WOLF.  4. A PRIDE OF PRINCES.  5. DAUGHTER OF THE LION., Roberson, Jennifer.
18 Roberson, Jennifer. CHRONICLES OF THE CHEYSULI - FIRST 6 BOOKS IN 5 VOLUMES. 1. SHAPECHANGERS. 2. THE SONG OF HOMANA. 3. LEGACY OF THE WOLF - CONTAINING: LEGACY OF THE SWORD & TRACK OF THE WHITE WOLF. 4. A PRIDE OF PRINCES. 5. DAUGHTER OF THE LION.
New York Daw Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good Julek Heller (1, 4, 5), James Gurney (2) and Yvone Gilbert (3) cover art. 
The first 6 books of "The Chronicles of the Cheysuli" in 5 volumes - 7" H. 1. Shapechangers: 221 pp, 1984 14th printing, ISBN 0886771404 - "They were the Cheysuli, a race of magical warriors gifted with the ability to assume animal shape at will. For centuries they had been allies to the King of Homana, treasured champions of the realm. Until a king's daughter ran away with a Cheysuli liege man and caused a war of annihilation against the Cheysuli race. This is the story of Alix, the daughter of that ill-fated union - and her struggle to master the call of magic in her blood, and accept her place in an ancient prophecy she cannot deny." 2. The Song of Homana: 352 pp, 1985 2nd printing, ISBN 0886770572 - "The time has come for Prince Carillon, Homana's rightful ruler, to return from exile with his Cheysuli shapechanger liege men, free his land from the evil domination of the tyrant Bellan and his villainous magicians, restore the Cheysuli to their rightful position of grace, and claim his birthright. To do this, he would not only have to raise an army, but overcome the fear and prejudice of an ignorant population and answer the call of a prophecy he never chose to serve!" 3. Legacy of the Wolf (containing Legacy of the Sword and Track of the White Wolf): 764 pp, 2001 1st printing thus, ISBN 0886779979 - Legacy of the Sword - "In the aftermath of the revolution which overthrew the hated tyrant, Prince Donal is being trained as the first Cheysuli in generations to assume the throne. But will he be able to overcome the prejudice of a populace afraid of his special magic and succeed in uniting the realm in its life and death battle against enemy armies and evil magicians? - Track of the White Wolf - "Niall, Prince of Homana, key player in a prophecy that spans generations, should have been the treasured link between Cheysuli and Homanan. Yet neither of the peoples he is destined to someday rule feel anything but suspicion of Niall. Homanans fear him for his Cheysul heritage, while Cheysuli refuse to accept him as their own because he has acquired neither a lir-shape nor the lir companion which is the true mark of the Cheysuli shapechangers. And now, Niall must undertake a journey to fulfill yet another link in the ancient prophecy. He must travel through war-torn lands to claim his bride - a mission which may well prove his doom." 4. A Pride of Princes: 453 pp, 1988 7th printing, ISBN 0886772613 - "Brennan, Hart, and Corin (are) the three Cheysuli sons of Niall, ruler of Homana, and the next link in the generations-old prophecy of the Firstborn. Now the time had come for all three to take the paths for which they were fated. Three princes, three destinies - and if even one should fail to fulfill the patterns of prophecy, Homanan and Cheysuli alike would pay a deadly price." 5. Daughter of the Lion: 372 pp, 1989 9th printing, ISBN 0886773245 - "She is Keely, twin sister of Corin, and daughter of Niall, the ruler of Homana, and she alone has the power to shapechange into any form, a power akin to that of the Firstborn. And like her brothers, Keely has been chosen to play a crucial part in the Firstborn's prophecy. Yet she is no weak pawn to be used in men's games of power and diplomacy. Trained alongside her brothers in the art of war, gifted with more of the old magic than most of her close kin, she will not easily give way to even Niall's commands, nor be forced against her will into an arranged marriage. Strahan, the most powerful Ihlini sorcerer, is already planning a trap from which even one as magic-gifted as Keely may find not escape. And in the deepwood, another waits to challenge Keely, an outlaw fully as dangerous to her future freedom as Strahan is to her life." Interiors - book 5 has slight browning on inside of covers, book 2 has a soft crease at fore-edge of pages 171-to 184, otherwise books clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - very light edge wear, book 2 has a light scuff across fore-edge of text block, book 4 has five very small dents/scuffs on rear cover. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
SWORD-DANCER SAGA - FIRST FOUR VOLUMES.  1. SWORD-DANCER.  2. SWORD-SINGER.  3. SWORD-MAKER.  4. SWORD-BREAKER.  4 VOLUMES.  (SWORD SEQUENCE.), Roberson, Jennifer.
19 Roberson, Jennifer. SWORD-DANCER SAGA - FIRST FOUR VOLUMES. 1. SWORD-DANCER. 2. SWORD-SINGER. 3. SWORD-MAKER. 4. SWORD-BREAKER. 4 VOLUMES. (SWORD SEQUENCE.)
New York Daw Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good Kathy Wyatt (1&2), Corey Wolfe (3&4), cover art. 
First 4 volumes of the "Sword-Dancer Saga" - 7" H. Book 1. Sword-Dancer: 286 pp, 1986 2nd printing, ISBN 0886771528 - "He was Tiger, born of the desert winds, raised as a slave and winning his freedom by weaving a special kind of magic with a warrior's skill. She was Del, born of ice and storm, trained by the greatest of Northern sword masters. Now, her ritual training completed and steeped in the special magic of her own runesword, she had come South in search of the young brother stolen five years before. But even Del could not master all the dangers of the deadly Punja alone. And meeting Del, Tiger could not turn back from the most intriguing challenge he'd ever faced - the challenge of a magical, mysterious sword-dancer from the North." Book 2. Sword-Singer: 382 pp, 1988 8th printing, ISBN 0886774470 - "The Place of Swords - it was here that Del and Tiger must make their way to free Del from the life curse under which she traveled. For this was where she had slain her own sword master long before to blood her magical blade with the kind of power she needed to avenge the cruel destruction of her family. Outlawed by her action, she now had only a year to return there to stand in sword-dancer combat and either clear her name and honor or meet her doom." Book 3. Sword-Maker: 464 pp, 1989 11th printing, ISBN 0886773782 - "Sword-sworn to track down the hounds of hoolies, yet inescapably haunted by his memories of Del, Tiger, now master of Northern and Southron sword skills, is relentlessly following the trail which will lead him to Ysaa-den. Yet before him wait perils far deadlier than any hounds. For in Ysaa-den he is hailed as a champion come to stop the force which has been wreaking destruction upon the villagers, a force which many claim is a dragon of unimaginable strength." Book 4. Sword-Breaker: 460 pp, 1991 4th printing, ISBN 0886774764 - "Accused of murdering a man the Southron tribes believe to be their messiah, but who is actually the slayer of Del's family, Tiger and Del flee across the deadly Punja desert, hunted by religious zealots and sword-dancer assassins. But evading death by assasssins' blades is only one of the challenges they face. For Tiger's sword, Samiel, has been possessed by the spirit of the deadly sorcerer, Chosa-Dei - a wizards out of legend with the power to unmake the entire world, a master of evil who seeks to mold Tiger into his ultimate weapon of destruction." Interiors- vol. 4 has light browning to inside of covers and one small dog-ear crease, otherwise all are clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - vol. 2 has a small price/info. sticker on rear cover, vol. 4 has several light scratches and a soft crease on rear cover, all vols. have very light edge wear - mainly at top/bottom of spines. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
HEAVY WORDS LIGHTLY THROWN: THE REASON BEHIND THE RHYME., Roberts, Chris.
20 Roberts, Chris. HEAVY WORDS LIGHTLY THROWN: THE REASON BEHIND THE RHYME.
London Granta 2004 1862077657 / 9781862077652 Second Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ 
176 pp, 9" H. B&w illustrations. "Was little Jack Horner a squatter? 'Baa, baa, Black Sheep' a bleat about taxation? What did Jack and Jill do on that hill? Who was Mary? And why was she contrary? This witty and ingenious book delves into the hidden meanings of the most innocuous-sounding nursery rhymes, revealing a seething subtext of sexual innuendo, religious hatred and political subversion. (It) provides a fascinating history lesson, teases out some alarming Freudian interpretations, and makes entertaining connections to contemporary political and popular culture." A few very tiny specks of faint glue residue on rear board. Dust jacket has 2' crease at bottom of rear hinge, very minor edge wear. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
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