Rare paperback edition of Lloyd's once-beloved crackpot utopia, an alchemical conspiratorial pharmacological mystical subterranean adventure classic of fungus forestry and erotic longings beneath the caves of Kentucky.
By Arthur Conan Doyle, selected and introduced by John Dickson Carr
First edition of these eleven adventure, mystery, and science fiction stories, selected by Carr in celebration of Doyle's hundredth anniversary, with two Sherlock Homes inclusions: "The Man with the Twisted Lip" and "Silver Blaze."
First edition run of all 24 novels in the Tarzan series, including TARZAN OF THE APES in the rare original dust jacket and five inscribed books — along with Burroughs's rare 1917 AUTO-BIOGRAPHY and two further Tarzan titles.
Signed first printing of this anthology of "fiction and fact" (largely fiction) regarding men raised by wolves, apes, tigers, and the like, from Edgar Rice Burroughs's Tarzan to Gene Wolfe's and Farmer's own pastiche tributes.
First printing of the first volume in a tragically uncompleted six-book saga of the hollow Moon, this inexplicably endearing Golden Age lunar adventure was written by (per his jacket bio) a "marked INTROVERT," autodidact, and successful telepath.
First edition of this sf adventure story – beautifully bound, likely for presentation, with a pencil annotation at the rear noting "From the library of Michael Howard," one of White's editors at Jonathan Cape, who was best known for working with Ian Fleming.