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    Stephen King. 'Salem's Lot. Garden City: Doubleday & Co. Inc., 1975. First edition, second state dust jacket price clipped ($7.95) and with "Father Cody" misprint error. Signed and inscribed by the author to the front free endpaper recto, "For Roger - / Best, / Stephen King / 11/1/81." Octavo. 439 pages. Publisher's red-orange paper over boards backed in black cloth, spine lettered in gilt; illustrated second state dust jacket. Head and foot of spine pushed. Internally clean and tight, fore-edge rough trimmed, other edges trimmed; minor text block edgewear and soiling. Dust jacket price-clipped (second price visible, $7.95); minor edgewear. Near fine book with near fine dust jacket.

    Brooks A3.1; Vincent, 2018.

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