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    Stephen King. The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah. Hampton Falls: Donald M. Grant, 2004. First edition, limited to 1400 copies of which this is number 369. Signed by King and Darrel Anderson, illustrator. Publisher's binding, dust jacket, and slipcase. Fine. From the collection of first fan, Jack Cordes.

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    February, 2012
    8th Wednesday
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