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    Richard Matheson. Bid Time Return. New York: The Viking Press, [1975]. First edition. Boldly signed by the author to the title page. Octavo. 278 pages. Orange cloth backed in white, spine lettered in copper; original illustrated dust jacket. Foot of spine just pushed. Plain white endpapers; light pencil notations to front free endpaper recto. Internally clean and tight, all edges trimmed; minor foxing to top edge of text block. Dust jacket unclipped ($8.95); minor edgewear. Near fine book with near fine dust jacket.

    Winner of the 1976 World Fantasy Award for best novel.

    Anatomy of Wonder III, 4-364.


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