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    [Stephen King]. Stephen J. Spignesi. The Lost Work of Stephen King. [Woodstock, GA]: Overlook Connection Press, [1998].

    Special complete and uncut limited edition. Number 334 of 1,000 copies signed by Stephen J. Spignesi, Tyson Blue, and James Cole on the limitation page. Octavo. 437 pages.

    Publisher's full red leather with gilt titles and likeness of King on the cover. Housed in a custom black cloth slipcase. A tight, square copy in fine condition.

    A comprehensive guide to the unpublished manuscripts, story fragments, alternative versions, and oddities of Stephen King. Includes over 100 additional pages and photographs not in the trade edition.


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