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1 Bacque, James. (Raoul Laporterie.) JUST RAOUL: THE PRIVATE WAR AGAINST THE NAZIS OF RAOUL LAPORTERIE, WHO SAVED OVER 1,600 LIVES IN FRANCE.
Prima, Rocklin, CA, 1992, first edition. 
192 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 1559581425 Map endpapers, b&w illustrations. "In German-occupied France in 1940, only a few people refused to give up the great ideals of their country - liberty, equality, and fraternity. O ne of these was Raoul Laporterie. Starting right after the fall of France, he supplied false documents, money, transport, and shelter to more than 1,600 people. Those rescued were chiefly Sephardic Jews of Bordeaux, but also included a co v e y o f n uns, some French soldiers evading prison camps, and Allied flyers fleeing captivity. He was assisted by his wife, Laure, and his daughter, Irene, his employees in his clothing stores, and all the residents of the village of Bascons, ne ar t h e bo r de r between Occupied and Vichy France, where he was mayor. Risking death daily, Laporterie managed to outmaneuver and fool the Germans repeatedly. A true Christian, he loved others regardless of the consequences. Today, at ag e 9 4, he ha s rec ei ved m a ny honours from the governments of France and Israel. This is his dramatic story." Minor edge wear, minor browning on bottom front edge. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top of spine, very light wrinkling/tin y te ar at bot to m of re ar f lap -f old, minor rubbing, very minor edge wear/wrinkling. Very Good+/Very Good 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
BIBLE STUDY FOR BIBLE STUDENTS.  VOL. I.  (A PRACTICAL BIBLE STUDY COURSE FOR CLASS USE.), Craig, J. Brad.
2 Craig, J. Brad. BIBLE STUDY FOR BIBLE STUDENTS. VOL. I. (A PRACTICAL BIBLE STUDY COURSE FOR CLASS USE.)
Nashville, Tenn. Cokesbury Press 1926 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good- 
300 pp, 6 11/16" H. "(A) textbook which presents in rational form the essential features of the Bible from the beginning of Genesis to the Captivity of the Children of Israel. The facts are presented in logical order and not only show the progressive revelation of God in a way that commands interest and respect, but adapts this revelation to modern life." Contents: The Creation; The Cause of the Deluge; The Deluge; Abraham; Isaac; Jacob; Joseph; Moses (I & II); Joshua; Construction of the Hebrew Nation; Ruth; Deborah; Gideon; The First Jewish Usurper - Abimelech; Jephthath; Samson; Eli; Samuel; Saul (I & II); David (I, II & III); Solomon; The Division of the Kingdom; Kings of Israel and Judah (I, II & III); Elijah; Kings of Israel and Judah (IV); Elisha; Kings of Israel and Judah (V & VI); Later Prophets of Israel and Judah (I & II); Kings of Israel and Judah (VII); Kings of Judah (I, II & III); Jeremiah (I, II & III); Ezekiel (I & II); Daniel; The Captivity; The Development of the Hebrew Nation; A Review Test (I, II & III); Geographical Review. Light lean to spine, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light browning and dust soiling to some edges of text block, tiny scuff at bottom edge of front board, very light edge wear. Dust jacket has several small chips and tears - mainly along top edge, light browning to spine and flap-folds, very light soiling, now protected in a mylar sleeve. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
ADVENTURERS IN THE WEST: HENRY ROSS HALPIN, FUR TRADER AND INDIAN AGENT., Elliott, David R.  Foreword by Dr. Richard J. Preston.
3 Elliott, David R. Foreword by Dr. Richard J. Preston. ADVENTURERS IN THE WEST: HENRY ROSS HALPIN, FUR TRADER AND INDIAN AGENT.
Toronto Natural Heritage / Dundurn 2008 1550028030 / 9781550028034 First Edition Soft Cover Near Fine 
239 pp, 9" H. B&w photographs, reproductions, maps. "In 1872, Irish-born, seventeen-year-old Henry Ross Halpin arrived in Fort Garry, Manitoba, to take up a position with the Hudson's Bay Company. His career took him from the shores of Hudson Bay, across the plains, and to the headwaters of the Mackenzie River. Throughout his life, he immersed himself in learning the traditions and culture of Canada's Native Peoples and ultimately became an Indian agent. At his death in 1930, he was described as 'one of the best acquainted with Indian tradition and legend in the west'. Halpin was catapulted onto the historical stage in 1885, being captured by rebel Cree and serving as a secretary/negotiator for Big Bear, the non-rebel Cree chief at the siege of Fort Pitt. Born into a family of journalists, he was a great storyteller and astute observer. His memoirs of his life in the fur trade and of his captivity, combined with his correspondence and annual reports to the Department of Indian Affairs, offer a rare glimpse of life during these turbulent times of change in the West." Inside - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear, otherwise clean and bright. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
FLASHMAN AND THE REDSKINS.  FROM THE FLASHMAN PAPERS, 1849-50 AND 1875-76., Fraser, George MacDonald.
4 Fraser, George MacDonald. FLASHMAN AND THE REDSKINS. FROM THE FLASHMAN PAPERS, 1849-50 AND 1875-76.
London Collins 1982 0002226618 / 9780002226615 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Barbosa dust jacket art. 
479 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H). Map endpapers. "When the tide of battle surged over the slopes of Little Bighorn, and Sitting Bull's braves gathered for the final charge that would sweep away the gallant remnant of Custer's 7th Cavalry, a clarion voice was heard above the crash of shots and whistle of arrows, the war-whoops and the pounding hooves: - Readers of his previous adventures will not fail to identify the speaker, or to recognise the tall, distinguished figure in evening dress, tails and whiskers, fleeing the stricken field: Sir Harry Flashman, V.C., veteran of countless retreats from battle and bedchamber, the most decorated coward of the Victorian age, was meeting his fate with the same matchless poltroonery and deafness to duty and decency which had sustained him through a lifetime of dishonourable service, and endeared him to a generation of readers. But how the arch-cad of Dr Arnold's Rugby found himself in the climactic struggle of the American West is only one chapter in an odyssey as hair-raising and scandalous as any in his six earlier volumes of memoirs. He traces it with his usual shameless candour and caustic humour, from the wagon-trains of the Forty-Niners, when he foug ht his terrified way across the Plains in command of a bordello on wheels, to the holocaust of Bent's Fort and the horrors of scalp-hunting raids, Apache warpaths, dinner parties with Custer, captivity among the Sioux, confrontations with President Grant and Wild Bill Hickock, duels, escapes, conspiracies, and shoot-outs - to say nothing of passionate encounters with Indian belles, dusky beauties, enthusiastic widows, and mysterious adventuresses. This is Flashy's West as only he can describe it - the West, at once legendary and authentic, of Mangas Colorado and Kit Carson, of Custer and Spotted Tail, of Crazy Horse and the Deadwood stage, a pageant of savage warriors and Mountain Men, glory-hunting soldiers and gunfighters, gamblers, eccentrics, scoundrels, and those extraordinary folk, white and Indian, who broke the trails or resisted the invasion." Slight ridge down centre of spine, some light toning to edges of text block. Dust jacket has very light browning on spine, flap-folds and top part of panels; minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
11 MICHAEL MOORCOCK NOVELS.  1. COUNT BRASS. 2. CAMPION OF GARATHORM. 3. QUEST FOR TANELORN. 4. JEWEL IN THE SKULL. 5. MAD GOD'S AMULET. 6. RUNESTAFF. 7. KNIGHT OF SWORDS. 8. QUEEN OF SWORDS. 9. OAK AND THE RAM. 10. HOLLOW LANDS. 11. END OF ALL SONGS., Moorcock, Michael.
5 Moorcock, Michael. 11 MICHAEL MOORCOCK NOVELS. 1. COUNT BRASS. 2. CAMPION OF GARATHORM. 3. QUEST FOR TANELORN. 4. JEWEL IN THE SKULL. 5. MAD GOD'S AMULET. 6. RUNESTAFF. 7. KNIGHT OF SWORDS. 8. QUEEN OF SWORDS. 9. OAK AND THE RAM. 10. HOLLOW LANDS. 11. END OF ALL SONGS.
London / New York Mayflower / Dell / Daw / Berkley / Quartet / Avon Mass Market Paperbacks Good+ Cover art by Bob Habberfield, Ezra Tucker, Richard Clifton-Dey, Robert Gould, Stanislaw Fernandes, et al. 
A collection of 11 Michael Moorcock novels, including 1 complete trilogy (The Chronicles of Castle Brass) and parts of three other series (History of the Runestaff, volumes 1, 2 & 4 - Corum, volumes 1, 2 & 5 - The Dancers at the End of Time, volumes 2 & 3) - approx. 7" H. 1. Count Brass - 140 pp, Mayflower/Granada, London, 1977. "A romance set in the marshes of Kamarg, dominated by the ancient Castle Brass. Chill to the incredible adventures of Dorian Hawkmoon, the Duke of Koln!" 2. The Champion of Garathorm - 127 pp, Mayflower/Granada, London, 1980. "Dorian Hawkmoon the invincible, the Eternal Champion, the Duke of Koln, is dying from melancholia. His wife Yisselda, beautiful daughter of Count Brass, has perished in the Battle of Londra - or so the evidence suggests. But somewhere in the caverns of his soul Hawkmoon knows otherwise, and he is willing to journey through time and space and previous incarnations to grasp the key to her fate." 3. The Quest for Tanelorn - 155 pp, Dell, NY, 1981. "The City at the Edge of Time holds the secret of the evil force that has stolen Dorian Hawkmoon's future. The Hero of the Runestaff must ride a ghostly death ship to join his counerparts from other worlds. To challenge the Dark Powers and free Tanelorn from the grip of Chaos. His destiny and the fate of a million universes hang in the balance." 4. The Jewel in the Skull - 223 pp, Daw, NY, 1977. "Dorian Hawkmoon fell under the power of the Runestaff, a mysterious artifact more ancient than Time itself. His destiny, shaped by a vengeful oath sworn by the maddened Baron Meliadus of the Dark Empire, pitted him in battle against his own allies and forced him, by the Black Jewel embedded in his skull, to betray his very heritage." 5. The Mad God's Amulet - 142 pp, Mayflower, London, 1972. "Dorian Hawkmoon's betrothed Yisselda had been abducted by the Mad God, an evil sorcerer who had usurped the Red Amulet of the Runestaff. The amulet gave the power of the Runestaff itself to its possessor, and the Mad God was perverting that mighty power to his own unimaginably evil ends. Even as the destructive shadow of the Dark Empire spread across the world, Hawkmoon knew that only he could rescue Yisselda - and the Red Amulet - from the Mad God." 6. The Runestaff - 143 pp, Mayflower, London, 1969. " 'Those who swear by the Runestaff must then benefit or suffer from the consequences of the fixed pattern of destiny that they set in motion.' And Baron Meliadus of Kroiden had sworn such an oath, and sworn vengeance against all of Castle Brass, had sworn that Yisselda, Count Brass's daughter, would be his. On that day, many months earlier, he had fixed the pattern of fate; a pattern that had involved him in strange destructive schemes, that had involved Dorian Hawkmoon in wild and uncanny adventures in distant places, and that was now nearing its terrible resolution." 7. Knight of the Swords - 176 pp, Berkley, NY, 1986. "By creating Man, the universe had betrayed the old races. Spreading like a pestilence across the Earth, Man destroyed the Vadhagh and the Nhadragh, the ancient peoples. Only Vadhagh Prince Corum remained to raise his sword, to avenge the slaughter of his family and race, to battle the unjust fate of a blind and deaf universe." 8. The Queen of Swords - 160 pp, Berkley, NY, 1986. "The realm of Chaos was cast into disorder, for the Vadhagh Prince Corum - last of his ancient race - had slain the Knight of the Swords. Thus the dreaded Queen turned upon Corum, and Mankind began its bloody march across the Earth. All that was gracious and beautiful stood in peril. And so Corum set out upon his fateful odyssey." 9. The Oak and the Ram - 137 pp, Quartet, London, 1976. "The Archdruid Amergin is in captivity and under enchantment. Without him the Mabden people can never rise up and overthrow their oppressors. Thus Corum undertakes his second great quest, and though he must visit powerful and treacherous places, struggle with fearful enemies, he vows to return with Amergin safe, or not return at all." 10. The Hollow Lands - 180 pp, Mayflower, St. Albans, 1975. "Having narrowly escaped death in Victorian England, Jherek Carnelian is back in his own time. But without his love, Amelia Underwood. His obsession with her has not abated but Brannart Morphail refuses to lend him another time machine and he is stranded. Until one fateful day he meets Robot Nurse, guardian of ageless children, who agrees to send him back to 19th Century London. In the fashionable Cafe Royale two worlds and two cultures collide and Jherek's plight becomes more desperate - ." 11. The End of All Songs - 275 pp, Avon, NY, 1978. "Jherek Carnelian flagellates, duplicates, mates, and disintegrates in the mind-stunning madness of the phantasmagoric End of Time." Interiors - most books have moderate or light browning to pages, one book has heavy browning to inside of covers, one book has previous owner's name in ink at top of first page, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - five books have a slight spine lean, one book has a heavy spine lean and multiple spine creases, one book has a small hole punch through top corner of front cover, most books have light or moderate edge wear, six books have some tiny or small corner creases, one book has a remainder mark on the bottom of the text block, light to moderate browning to most text blocks, several books have very small sticker removal marks on one cover and light rubbing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
ILL MET BY MOONLIGHT., Moss, W. Stanley.  Introduction by M.R.D. Foot.  Prologue and Epilogue by Iain Moncreiffe.  Afterword by Patrick Leigh Fermor.
6 Moss, W. Stanley. Introduction by M.R.D. Foot. Prologue and Epilogue by Iain Moncreiffe. Afterword by Patrick Leigh Fermor. ILL MET BY MOONLIGHT.
Folio Society, London, 2001. 
214 pp, large 8vo (9 7/16" H), hard cover (full dark blue cloth blocked in silver and red/brown with a design by David Rooney; light blue endleaves) - blue/black slipcase. B&w photographs, maps. "This book tells the (true) story of what is remembe red in Great Britain as a tremendous jape, yet is recalled in Crete - as Paddy Leigh Fermor explains in his afterword - as an act of just revenge for past German atrocities. It recounts the kidnapping, by two young officers serving in S.O.E. ( S p e c i al Operations Executive), of a German general from his headquarters in Crete, and the spiriting of him over the mountains of that island into a motor-launch, and so to captivity...." Slipcase has minor rubbing, tiny dinr on one front e d ge . F in e/ Ne ar Fine 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
KINGS IN EXILE., Roberts, Charles G.D.  Illustrations by Paul Bransom, Philip R. Goodwin.
7 Roberts, Charles G.D. Illustrations by Paul Bransom, Philip R. Goodwin. KINGS IN EXILE.
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1967, 4th printing. 
299 pp, small 8vo (7 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w frontispiece, 9 b&w plates (8 by Paul Bransom, 1 by Philip R. Goodwin). "Here are breath-taking stories of magnificent buffalo, pumas, wolves, moose, seals, (bears, octopus, eagles), etc . The title is derived from the fact that some part of each story deals with a time in which the animal is in captivity." Book cracked at page 72, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor soiling on bottom edge of boards. Dust jack e t h a s l i g ht edge wear/wrinkling, light rubbing/soiling on rear panel - minor on front panel, corner crease on front flap. Very Good/Very good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE GLORIOUS "SHANNON'S" OLD BLUE DUSTER AND OTHER FADED FLAGS OF FADELESS FAME., Snider, C.H.J.  Foreword by Rt. Hon. William Thomas White, K.C.M.G.
8 Snider, C.H.J. Foreword by Rt. Hon. William Thomas White, K.C.M.G. THE GLORIOUS "SHANNON'S" OLD BLUE DUSTER AND OTHER FADED FLAGS OF FADELESS FAME.
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1923 First Edition Hard Cover Good- 
430 pp, 9 1/8" H. Blue cloth with faded gilt lettering on spine, gilt lettering/banding and black decoration on front board. Pictorial endpapers, six colour plates (including frontispiece - collated), plus many b&w illustrations through text. Tales of naval combat between Great Britain and the United States during the War of 1812, by the author of "In the Wake of the Eighteen-Twelvers". Contents: Foreword; The Glorious 'Shannon's' Old Blue Duster; The Only Royal Standard in Captivity; The Union Jack on Capitol Hill; The British 'Belvidera'; Byron of the 'Belvidera'; The American 'President'; Decatur of the 'President'; "Old Ironsides" Under the Union Jack; The Ship That Would Not Run; A Pallid Trophy; The End of the 'Essex'; Two 'Frolics'; The 'Macedonian'; A Midshipman's Coverlet; Two 'Peacocks' and a 'Sparrowhawk'; Three-Flag Fights; Taken Before Breakfast; Grit and Grog; The Nailed Colors of the 'Boxer'; When the Red Bunting Ran Out; The Trail of the Poisoned Pen; Patriots, Poltroons and Profiteers; The Pride of Plymouth; A Duel in the Dark; Who Won the War; Old Bloody Tom; Eleven Vanished Stars-and-Stripes; Two Pigmies and a Giant; British Bluejackets and Yankee Privateers; A Dehorned Hornet; The 'Magnet' and Oswego; Index. A few scattered light foxing marks throughout book, a few pages with small edge tears (mostly at bottom edge) - archivally taped, some creases on rear pastedown, small tear at bottom of rear inside hinge, small bump to bottom corner of pages and to bottom of page dutters, slight lean to spine, light browning to edges of text block, a few tiny dents to top/bottom of text block, light to moderate edge wear, wear and a few very small tears at top/bottom of spine, light rubbing and soiling to boards and spine, light fading to gold lettering on boards and spine. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
9 Vail, R.W.G. THE VOICE OF THE OLD FRONTIER.
Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press 1949 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Inscribed By Author
492 pp, 9 1/4" H. Dark green cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Inscribed on front free endpaper: "To my good friend / H.P. Kraus, collector / and merchant of / scholarship, with / the admiration of / R.W.G. Vail / July 14, 1955." (Hans Peter Kraus (1907-1988) was a successful rare book dealer in Berlin, but fled Europe at the beginning of WWII, arriving in New York 1939. His autobiography, "A Rare Book Saga", details his career and rise to prominence in the world of rare book dealing in the mid-20th century.) This book was published as part of the Rosenbach Fellowship in Bibliography. Contents: Acknowledgements; Introduction; The Pioneer's Own Story; The Indians' Captives Relate Their Adventures; The Frontier Land Agents Offer Their Wares; A Bibliography of North American Frontier Literature; Key to Locations; Bibliography; Index to the Appendix. Slight toning in margins and gutters of pages, very small printing ink mark on fore-edge of title page, very light browning on endpapers and edges of text block, some light dust soiling on top of text block, small area of shelf soiling and very tiny ink mark on bottom of text block, a few very small light and faint soiling marks on boards, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, small bump at bottom corner of front board. 
Price: 150.00 USD
 
 
THE ADMIRAL'S BABY., van der Post, Laurens.
10 van der Post, Laurens. THE ADMIRAL'S BABY.
William Morrow, New York, 1996, first American edition. 
340 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0688151043 "As advisor to the Allied Forces, Laurens van der Post played a little-known but key role in maintaining peace in Indonesia at the end of World War II. The story, told here for the first time, begins in August 1945 (two weeks after the horror of Hiroshima) and immediately following the author's release from a brutual Japanese prisoner-of-war camp in Java....As the most senior British officer in Indonesia, van der Post, although weak and exhausted, remains at the request of the Japanese who are charged by their High Command with total responsibility for the lives and well-being of all ex-prisoners and internees pending the Allied troop' arrival. They are a l s o u n d er orders to use their arms to protect the Dutch from Indonesian nationalist opposed to their country returning to Dutch rule. The Japanese have sought van der Post's guidance in these efforts. Overnight he finds himself in the bizarre p os it i on o f overseeing the same enemies who for three and a half years held him in such brutal captivity." Previous owner's name/date and faint erased pencil marks on free front end paper, theww small light white stains on rear board, light wri nkl ing a t t op/ bo ttom of spine, two tiny soiling specks on front board, one slight corner bump. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling, very light rubbing with a series of light scratches on rear panel - no color loss. Very Good-/Very Good 
Price: 12.00 USD
 
 
THE LITTLE DUKE:  RICHARD THE FEARLESS.  OXFORD CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NO. 19., Yonge, Charlotte M.
11 Yonge, Charlotte M. THE LITTLE DUKE: RICHARD THE FEARLESS. OXFORD CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NO. 19.
London Oxford University Press 1959 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Jennifer Miles. 
187 pp, small 8vo (7 7/8" H). B&w illustrations by Jennifer Miles, dust jacket design by William Stobbs. First printing of this title in the Oxford Children's Library series. "Richard was only eight when news came that his father had been slain and that he, though so young, was now the Duke of Normandy. He had many loyal friends among his father's supporters, but they were unable to protect him when the King of France, vowing friendship, treacherously carried him away to France. Though often self-willed, the boy Duke had great courage, and this, together with his friendship with the king's gentle and pathetic son Carloman, helped him to endure the hard days of captivity, and carried him through the exciting adventures of his escape and return home. (This) story of the tenth century has delighted many generations of children, and still today, more than a hundred years after it was first published, it retains all its original charm, freshness and vitality." Christmas gift iscription in ink on free front endpaper, light browning to edges of text block, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, one very small corner bump. Dust jacket has minor edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. Dust jacket is in original removable publisher's plastic sleeve. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE LITTLE DUKE:  RICHARD THE FEARLESS.  OXFORD CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NO. 19., Yonge, Charlotte M.
12 Yonge, Charlotte M. THE LITTLE DUKE: RICHARD THE FEARLESS. OXFORD CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NO. 19.
London Oxford University Press 1959 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Jennifer Miles. 
187 pp, small 8vo (7 7/8" H). B&w illustrations by Jennifer Miles, dust jacket design by William Stobbs. First printing of this title in the Oxford Children's Library series. "Richard was only eight when news came that his father had been slain and that he, though so young, was now the Duke of Normandy. He had many loyal friends among his father's supporters, but they were unable to protect him when the King of France, vowing friendship, treacherously carried him away to France. Though often self-willed, the boy Duke had great courage, and this, together with his friendship with the king's gentle and pathetic son Carloman, helped him to endure the hard days of captivity, and carried him through the exciting adventures of his escape and return home. (This) story of the tenth century has delighted many generations of children, and still today, more than a hundred years after it was first published, it retains all its original charm, freshness and vitality." Tiny bump and minor fading at top edge of spine, light toning to edges of text block. Dust jacket has minor soft edge wrinkling, old price stickers on front flap, publisher's plastic jacket protector is attached on inside top/bottom edge of dust jacket. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 


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