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    James Lee Burke. Winter Light. Huntington Beach: James Cahill, 1992. First hardcover edition. Limited edition, "U" one of 26 lettered copies (out of a total edition of 326), signed by the author and illustrator to the limitation page. Octavo. 31 pp. Frontispiece illustrated by Phil Parks; extra frontispiece plate, signed by illustrator, laid in. Publisher's maroon cloth with gilt-lettered spine. Pristine copy. Housed in black fall-down-back box, lined in black velvet, with gilt-lettering. Box with minor wear to corners and across top. Fine. Burke was named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America in 2009. First serialized in Epoch magazine.

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