Vintage Paperbacks and Junk

One Lonely Nightby Mickey SpillaneSignet 888, 1951Lu Kimmel cover
4th in the Mike Hammer series

One Lonely Night
by Mickey Spillane
Signet 888, 1951
Lu Kimmel cover

4th in the Mike Hammer series

If The Coffin Fitsby Day KeeneGraphic 43, 1952Cover uncredited
Paperback original first edition

If The Coffin Fits
by Day Keene
Graphic 43, 1952
Cover uncredited

Paperback original first edition

Lorenaby Frank G. SlaughterPermabook M-5064, 1963, .50uncredited cover

Lorena
by Frank G. Slaughter
Permabook M-5064, 1963, .50
uncredited cover

The Hornby John Clellon HolmesCrest S307, 1959, .35Mitchell Hooks cover

The Horn
by John Clellon Holmes
Crest S307, 1959, .35
Mitchell Hooks cover

M*A*S*H Goes To Parisby Richard Hooker & William E. ButterworthPocket 78491, 1975, 1.50Sandy Kossin cover
A paperback original first edition TV tie-in.

M*A*S*H Goes To Paris
by Richard Hooker & William E. Butterworth
Pocket 78491, 1975, 1.50
Sandy Kossin cover

A paperback original first edition TV tie-in.



You can trick Travis McGeeMaybe beat on himIf you’re lucky he might shrug it offBut whatever you doDon’t kill his friends


Pale Gray For Guiltby John D. MacDonaldGold Medal d1893, 1968, .50Ronnie Lesser cover
A paperback original first edition & 9th in the Travis McGee series.

You can trick Travis McGee
Maybe beat on him
If you’re lucky he might shrug it off
But whatever you do
Don’t kill his friends

Pale Gray For Guilt
by John D. MacDonald
Gold Medal d1893, 1968, .50
Ronnie Lesser cover

A paperback original first edition & 9th in the Travis McGee series.

Death Of A Stray Catby Jean PottsBerkley G492, 1961, .35Photo cover

Death Of A Stray Cat
by Jean Potts
Berkley G492, 1961, .35
Photo cover




Being accused at gunpoint of hiding another man’s wife is a rude shock. But it’s an even bigger shock when Travis McGee discovers that the woman in question is Mary Broll, a dear old friend. Now she’s disappeared, vanished without a word to anyone.



A Tan And Sandy Silenceby John D. MacDonaldGold Medal M2513, 1971, .95Robert McGinnis cover
A paperback original first edition & 13th in the Travis McGee series

Being accused at gunpoint of hiding another man’s wife is a rude shock. But it’s an even bigger shock when Travis McGee discovers that the woman in question is Mary Broll, a dear old friend. Now she’s disappeared, vanished without a word to anyone.

A Tan And Sandy Silence
by John D. MacDonald
Gold Medal M2513, 1971, .95
Robert McGinnis cover

A paperback original first edition & 13th in the Travis McGee series


Wildcat O’Shea on the warpath-the wildest man in the Old West!

Wildcat’s Rampageby Jack Bickham writing as Jeff ClintonBerkley Y677, 1962, .40Cover uncredited
A paperback original first edition & #2 in the Wildcat O’Shea series. Later editions of the series seem to be fairly collectible because of their Jim Steranko covers like this one.

Wildcat O’Shea on the warpath-
the wildest man in the Old West!

Wildcat’s Rampage
by Jack Bickham writing as Jeff Clinton
Berkley Y677, 1962, .40
Cover uncredited

A paperback original first edition & #2 in the Wildcat O’Shea series. Later editions of the series seem to be fairly collectible because of their Jim Steranko covers like this one.


Find Milo Hacha Or Else!
Barney Street’s will left everything to Milo Hacha - including a death sentence, for Barney’s calculating widow wouldn’t rest until she got back everything that was rightfully hers. And she had the right tool to get the fortune, Steve Longacre, right where she wanted him - and that was executing Hacha. So Hacha was on the run, fleeing love, money, and a velvet-lined coffin…

Dead Man’s Taleby Stephen Marlowe writing as Ellery QueenPocket 6117, 1961, .35Cover by Harry Bennett
Paperback original first edition

Find Milo Hacha Or Else!

Barney Street’s will left everything to Milo Hacha - including a death sentence, for Barney’s calculating widow wouldn’t rest until she got back everything that was rightfully hers. And she had the right tool to get the fortune, Steve Longacre, right where she wanted him - and that was executing Hacha. So Hacha was on the run, fleeing love, money, and a velvet-lined coffin…

Dead Man’s Tale
by Stephen Marlowe writing as Ellery Queen
Pocket 6117, 1961, .35
Cover by Harry Bennett

Paperback original first edition