Popular American Fiction
Or the Evening Redness in the West
Paperback ISBN: 0679728759
Based on incidents that took place in the southwestern United States and Mexico around 1850, this novel chronicles the crimes of a band of desperados, with a particular focus on one, "the kid," a boy of fourteen
Paperback ISBN: 031242440x
As the Reverend John Ames approaches the hour of his own death, he writes a letter to his son chronicling three previous generations of his family, a story that stretches back to the Civil War and reveals uncomfortable secrets about the family of preachers. Reader's Guide available. Reprint.
Mostly Dead Things
Hardcover ISBN: 1947793306
Taking over her family's failing taxidermy shop in the wake of her father's suicide, a grief-stricken woman pursues less-than-legal ways of generating income while struggling to figure out her place among her eccentric loved ones.
Paperback ISBN: 0393319296
When a freeway "accident" leaves a beautiful fashion model disfigured and incapable of speech, she seeks to reinvent herself and her world, along with her new friend, Brandy Alexander, a transvestite who is one operation away from becoming a real woman
Later printing. Light bump to bottom outer corner. Cover wrapped in Mylar.
The Story of B
Paperback ISBN: 0553379011
A priest named Jared Osborne falls under the spell of a charismatic, itinerant preacher known only as B, whose millenarian prophecies and environmental awareness make him feared by the established churches. By the author of Ishmael. Reprint.
Paperback ISBN: 0738708925
After being tortured, mutilated, and cast into the desert for falling in love with the king's daughter, Abdul, who is renamed Alhazred, begins his descent into wickedness, embarking on a quest to restore his body and reunite with his true love. By the author of Necronomicon. Original. 25,000 first printing.
Blood On The Forge
Paperback ISBN: 1590171349
Three African-American brothers leave their home in the Kentucky hills to work in the steel mills of Pittsburgh prior to World War One, in a saga of the great black migration and the harsh realities of industrialization. Reprint.