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A Dangerous Magic (1999 Paperback)


£12.00

(DAW Books Collectors No. 1113)

Very good condition used Feb 1999 First Print
DAW Fantasy Paperback Edition.

Published by DAW Books Inc, NY, USA.
Edited by Denise Little.
ISBN: 0886778255. ISBN: 9780886778255.
Approx dims: 175mm h x 105mm w x 25mm d.

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A Dangerous Magic (DAW Books Collectors No. 1113)

Condition and Description:

Very good condition used Feb 1999 First Print DAW Fantasy Paperback Edition.

Published by DAW Books Inc, NY, USA.
Edited by Denise Little.
ISBN: 0886778255. ISBN: 9780886778255.
Approx dims: 175mm h x 105mm w x 25mm d.

Intact clean glossy condition covers with slight creasing and rubbing to edges and corners, plus some signs of handling. Intact spine. 312 clean, slightly tanned inside pages of English text, no inscriptions. Page ends tanned. Image shown is actual book for sale.

Synopsis of A Dangerous Magic:

This anthology goes straight to the hearts of fantasy and romance fans alike, with magic-crossed lovers and unearthly powers colliding — with truly unpredictable results. Included are tales that run the gamut from a seemingly hopeless romance between a mortal and a vampire…to a modern retelling of a Gaelic myth about a man who falls in love with a woman who is ugly but brilliant and good-tempered in the day, but beautiful and black-hearted at night…to an intricate tale of ghost-crossed love. A perfect collection just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Contents: Sunrise by Michelle West; Churchyard Yew by Andre Norton; Mushroom Tea by David Bischoff; The Face in the Leaves by Diane A. S. Stuckart; Dreamstitching by Kristin Schwengel; A Little Death by Susan Sizemore; Old Delicious Burdens by Peter Crowther; Woman of Character by Yvonne A. Jocks; Slow Dance for a Dead Princess by John DeChancie; Nine Tenths by Laura Hayden; The Man of Her Dreams by Tim Waggoner; Legacy by Roberta Gellis; Teel Rules by Mark Kreighbaum; The Enchanted Garden by Deb Stover; and At Eternity’s Gate by Gary A. Braunbeck.