Spine head slightly bumped. Board edges very slightly rubbed. The unclipped jacket in mylar is in fine condition. Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued. Signed on the title page by Hillerman. March Jacket design by Mozelle Thompson. The mouth was filled with sand. No tracks, no clues. Every Navajo knew that nothing human killed like that.
Rumors of witchcraft and the supernatural are nothing new to Lt. Joe Leaphorn of the Navajo Tribal Police. Always it had eluded them, vanishing like a ghost on the wind. But never had it left such a horrifying trail of murder. For Lt. Leaphorn, the case was a baffling challenge to his logic.
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For Bergen McKee, it was a problem of academic concern. Seller: Zeno's. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Tape residue on the covers, bookplate residue on the fep. DJ is price-clipped, the spine is faded and moderate wear at the edges. The Blessing Way Tony Hillerman Ships with Tracking Number! Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! Albuquerque, Sidewinder Publications, n. Dourgarian, Bookman Edition: first edition thus. Spine cocked; bit of edgewear. This is the stated first edition, but on the lower inside of the last page, the number-line indicates 3rd prtng.
Seller: Cossel Books. Octavo [ Housed in a blue Buffalo Medicine slipcase with the gilt stamped cow skull on the front panel. Fine in like slipcase. This was the novel that started the long running Leaphorn and later Chee mystery series. Contains an introduction by Tony Hillerman. Fine limited edition copy. Of this edition, have been signed and numbered by the author, and 26 have been lettered and signed by the author for presentation.macarth.com/kut-top-cell.php
The Blessing Way (Joe Leaphorn And Jim Chee, book 1) by Tony Hillerman
This is presentation copy J. Fine in fine slipcase. Light blue boards. Faint yellowing to page edges, boards just a mite bowed, else fine in fine jacket, flap price intact. A lovely copy of this cheaply made book. Introduces Joe Leaphorn, Navajo cop. Author's first book.. First UK printing. Attractive copy of author's first book. Text block tight, clean and square. Light blue boards have lightly bumped corner and front end paper has small ghost of sticker, else pretty close to fine.
Jacket has light rubbing, small crease and faint edgewear. Attractive picture and design on front panel jacket. Price intact on inner flap. Great book.
In mylar. First UK Edition. Fine with no dust jacket. First Edition Thus; First Printing. Signed Limited first edition thus. Copy 83 of numbered copies signed by the author. Fine copy no Dust Wrapper, as issued in Slipcase. See Photos ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; pages; Signed by Author.
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As NEW. Navy blue cloth spine and boards. Issued in a limited edition of only five hundred copies, of which this is number Produced with a special reinforced binding, foil stamped, marble patterned charcoal colored endpapers, limitation page, and eleven tipped in, full color Ernest Franklin Illustrations. Introduction by Ernie Bulow. Housed in an elegant black slipcase with gold ornament.
New copy with no flaws. This new series of collector's editions of Tony Hillerman's famed early and rare southwestern novels are designed to provide affordable and attractively illustrated hardbound in dust jacketed copies.
Lt. Leaphorn’s Legacy
Each trade edition volume in this series will contain some 30 illustrations by famed Navajo artist and Tony Hillerman illustrator, Ernest Franklin. Albuquerque, NM: Sidewinder Publications, First Sidewinder Edition. Ernest Franklin. Red endpapers.
Signed by the author, illustrator and the publisher Ernie Bulow on the title page. Facsimile signature of Tony Hillerman stamped on the title page. The Sidewinder editions of Tony Hillerman's famed early and rare southwestern novels are designed to provide affordable and attractively illustrated hardbound in dust jacketed copies.
New York: Armchair Detective Library. First edition, signed and numbered and housed in a protective slipcase. Maroon cloth boards with title gilt on front board and spine, and portrait of Hillerman on front board; slipcase is made of matching maroon cloth. The death of male game comes toward me. The blood of male game will wash my body. The male game will obey my thoughts. He replaced the turquoise bear in the medicine pouch and rose stiffly to his feet. He was pretty sure that wasn't the right song. It was for deer, he thought. To make the deer come out where you could shoot them. But maybe the kangaroo rats would hear it, too.