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 DW to feature in Essex Book Festival 

Fri 24 Feb, 2017 19:45:00
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on my birthday as well lol.
 The Magdeburg Relic Dennis Wheatley inspired new book 

Tue 6 Dec, 2016 15:20:23
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I hope Christopher Chadwick won't mind me plugging his new book (he might be a member on these boards) but he has just written a book inspired by his love of Wheatley occult novels. I've been conversi ...
 Blue Murder and my DW visit to the British Library 

Wed 13 Apr, 2016 11:13:19
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Hi Darren, I've passed on this study group to Charles now so he may be able to judge more about it. The seller only had three issues August 17th,24th,31st 1934 it was serialised in parts 2 pages per i ...
 Blue Murder and my DW visit to the British Library 

Tue 1 Mar, 2016 18:31:15
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Just an update after reading this thread. For Charles information the serialisation in Farmers Weekly Friday August 17 1934 Vol 1 No.9 is The Forbidden Territory just purchased a copy.
 The 2015 Convention 

Tue 3 Nov, 2015 17:40:52
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Like Anna has posted many thanks for you all being so welcoming and taking time to have a chat with me. I loved the presentations with Declan seemingly having an uncanny mastery over his topic. Look f ...
 Who Killed Robert Prentice? DENNIS WHEATLEY 1937 press photo 

Tue 27 May, 2014 13:16:23
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Interesting press photo on sale on ebay showing a shop window full of Who killed Robert Prentice dossiers. Amongst them are some books on sale looks like contemporary editions on sale in 1937 Black Au ...
 Lymington story collections? 

Tue 27 May, 2014 13:02:07
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Congrats! It must be a good feeling to have completed the set. One day I might do the same with my collection.
 The Girl Who Wasn't Claudia by Eve Chaucer 

Thu 17 Apr, 2014 01:13:24
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Many Thanks Charles that info from the autobiography is very interesting. I'm Sure Steve Knows by now as the thread is quite old but for anyone reading this thread the artwork is by Diana Younger sign ...
 The Girl Who Wasn't Claudia by Eve Chaucer 

Mon 14 Apr, 2014 13:58:57
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I noticed a first ed of this going so i purchased it as I was interested in the Link with DW but I've not seen many of her early edition books for sale anywhere!. Did not many prints of her books get ...
 Rarity grading for First editions 

Tue 22 Oct, 2013 22:19:39
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Why do dealers always put a high price on The launching of Roger Brook? why should this 1940's book be so much more than some of the others of that decade?.
 Rarity grading for First editions 

Wed 18 Sep, 2013 14:39:30
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Having been looking about for 1st edition 1st prints for a bit some seem to be more common than others. I realise that all the 1930ís hard back books will be rare but even in later publications some s ...
 Introduction 

Tue 17 Sep, 2013 14:47:45
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Forum: Introductions
Subject: Introduction
Hi, my name is Kevin Pearce and I'm delighted to be part of this well made and informative site. I live in the UK in Warwick and have just finished a Masters at Durham university. I first came into co ...
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