New York: Esquire Magazine, 1992. Staple bound wraps. First edition, first printing. An off print. Illustrated with two full-page color reproductions of illustrations by Marshall Arisman. Near fine in original stapled wrappers. 16-page off print; an excerpt of the novel as published in the March 1992 issue of Esquire magazine ahead of the book's May 1992 publication by Knopf.
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New York: Random House, 1985. Hardcover. First edition. A fine book in a fine dust jacket. An unread copy and about as nice a copy of this book as you will find. Laid into the book is a handwritten envelope by McCarthy with his name and address from the days when he lived in Nashville, Tenn., postmarked in 1979. First Edition stated with the correct number line on the copyright page. The New York Times named this as a runner up for the best work of fiction in the last 25 years. The story of "the kid," who is never named in the book, as he makes his way through a violent and lawless Northern Mexico and Texas in the mid-19th century. Signed by the author on a laid in, signed envelope.
London: Picador, 2006. Hardcover. First British edition. A fine book in a fine dust jacket. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. The first British edition with the correct number line. Already a modern-day classic novel of a post-apocalyptic world in which a father and son struggle survive. The British edition precedes publication of the U.S. edition. A lovely copy.