Three Modern Popular First Editions, including: James A. Michener. The Source. New York: Random House, [1965]. First edition. Octavo. 909 pages plus maps. Publisher's teal cloth with gilt titles and dark blue linear decoration. In original pictorial dust jacket. Soiling to boards, and edge wear noticeable. Dust jacket moderately worn, with a 1" open tear at the top of the front panel, wear at the spine folds, and noticeable chipping at the spine ends. Overall, a tight, good copy. [and:] Gregory McDonald. Fletch, Too. New York: Warner Books, Inc., [1986]. First printing. Octavo. 249 pages. Publisher's dark blue cloth over blue paper boards with gilt and white spine titles. In original pictorial dust jacket. Fine condition. [and:] William Bayer. Switch. New York: Linden Press / Simon & Schuster, 1984. First edition. Octavo. 319 pages. Publisher's brown cloth over orange paper boards with gilt spine titles. In original pictorial dust jacket. Very good condition. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection.

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