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    Ray Bradbury. A Medicine for Melancholy. New York: 1959. First edition. Inscribed by Bradbury to collector Bob O'Malley.

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    Ray Bradbury. A Medicine for Melancholy. New York: Doubleday, 1959. First edition. Inscribed by Bradbury on the front free endpaper: "Bob! Best! / From / Ray Bradbury / 4/5/84." Octavo. 240 pages. Publisher's black cloth, front board and spine stamped in silver, dust jacket. Jacket spine toned, some rubbing and thumbsoiling to jacket, cloth spine rubbed, front board slightly bumped at upper edge. Overall, very good. From the collection of Bob O'Malley.



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    April, 2016
    6th Wednesday
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