New York: Ballantine Books No. 185, 1957. First Edition, published simultaneously in hardcover. A hired gun named Ross Ringler comes to a town where his reputation gets the better of him!Cover art by Mel Crair, whose primary output was between 1954-1963. Slight loss at the crown, else about Fine in illustrated wrappers. Schreuders (UK), p. 203.
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London: Banner Books No. 114, 1959. First printing of this edition (originally published as Signet 952 in 1952). Small bump to the crown, else Fine and unread. A superb copy.
New York: Pocket Books No. 1017, 1954. Vintage paperback. First printing of this edition, and first softcover edition. Movie tie-in edition, with a Joan Crawford blurb about the film on the front endpaper. Basis for the groundbreaking 1954 western directed by Nicholas Ray and starring Joan Crawford, Mercedes McCambridge and Sterling Hayden. No matter how many times you watch it...
New York: Pocket No. 769. First printing of this edition. Fine condition. Cover by Warren Baumbargner.
New York: Ballantine Books No. 309-K, 1959. First Edition, a paperback original. A true Cowboys and Indians battle, with blood-hungry Apaches and a handful of desperate military officers. Cover art uncredited, although the artist signed their work. About Fine in illustrated wrappers. Uncommon.
New York: Ballantine Books No. 385-K, 1960. First Edition, a paperback original. Set in Texas in 1861, putting frontier Texans against Comanche warriors. Subscriber's card laid in. A scare title from one of the era's greatest writers of the genre. Light toning to the spine, else about Fine in illustrated wrappers.
New York: Ballantine Books No. 158, 1956. First Edition, a paperback original. A lynch mob and a part-time sheriff. Cover art by Mel Crair, whose primary output was between 1954-1963. Corner creasing to the front panel, else Near Fine in illustrated wrappers. Schreuders (UK), p. 203.
New York: Dell No. A184, 1959. First Edition, a paperback original. INSCRIBED by the author on the title page: "For Joe / Hope you dig it / Elmore Leonard." Basis for the 1997 television movie, starring Tom Selleck. About Near Fine in wrappers. Reader's crease, some light rubbing, but square and tight, with bright green page edges and no fading.