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Henry Harrison Brown:
Man's Greatest Discovery. Six Soul Culture Essays: Thought as Power; Telepathy - the Missing Link; The Ultimate of Power; Life - Its Potential Power; Vibration - Thinking and Loving; The Victory over Death.

London: Fowler, 1917. Fifth Edition. 90pp + (6) adverts. The last of Brown's New Thought publications: 'These six Essays are the most original series of essays published in the past one hundred years' (advert at back). Endpapers dusty and have some foxing: contents otherwise good. 6.2 x 4.1 ins, in the original printed thin card covers, creased and soiled, but all consolidated and firm with a new cloth spine with paper label. Rare to find an early edition. VG.

Price: 60.00


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Graham Masterton:
The Manitou.

London: Neville Spearman, 1975. First edition. 160pp. Contents fresh and clean and unmarked. In the original maroon cloth-textured binding titled in gilt, clean, bright and firm: bottom corner of rear board has been slightly stubbed, spine ends blunted. In the protected unclipped blue pictorial dust jacket by Laurence Cutting: jacket fresh and bright, lightly knocked at spine ends and faint other signs of handling: barcode sticker to lower panel. Horror story: 'One of the most remarkable books ever written on the subject of magic and witchcraft' - Colin Wilson. A very good copy. VG+ in VG+ dust-jacket.

Price: 65.00


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Theo Brown:
The Fate Of The Dead: A Study in Folk Eschatology in the West Country after the Reformation.

Ipswich: Brewer, and Rowman & Littlefield, for the Folklore Society, 1979. First edition. x, 118pp. Contents very clean. In the original green cloth-textured binding titled in gilt, clean and bright, one corner knocked, spine ends blunted. In the protected unclipped pictorial dust jacket, fresh and clean, with slight peeling of laminate to edges of the lower panel. Interesting theme, and a very nice copy. Very Good in very good dust-jacket.

Price: 32.00


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