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    [Horror Anthology]. October Dreams. Baltimore: 2000. First edition, one of 450 copies signed by numerous contributors.

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    [Horror Anthology]. October Dreams. Baltimore: Cemetery Dance, 2000. First edition, one of 450 copies signed by dozens of contributors (on four inserted limitation pages), including: Dean Koontz, Jack Ketchum, Dennis Etchison, Poppy Z. Brite, Gahan Wilson, William F. Nolan, and many more. Octavo. 660 pages. Publisher's full brown leather, spine lettered in gilt, dust jacket. Gutter facing title-page slightly overopened (but not split). Publisher's slipcase. Bright and fine. From the collection of Bob O'Malley.

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    April, 2016
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