A Delivery From The U.S. Part Two

Last week, I wrote about placing an order via eBay for a list of books from my good buddy Otis in the U.S. (here). I then went on to feature the first half dozen of these fabulous titles for you to drool over.

This week I’m presenting the second set of six vintage paperbacks in an attempt to create a much more easy to digest format rather than dumping a whole load of covers in front of you to sift through. Once again, do let me know your thoughts in the comments.

Time Trap by Keith Laumer
This version was published in 1970 by Berkley Medallion Books
The cover artist is Richard Powers

Time Trap by Keith Laumer

Day Of The Beasts by John E. Muller
This version was published in 1971 by Macfadden Books
The cover artist is Jeff Jones

Day Of The Beasts by John E. Muller

Notions: Unlimited by Robert Sheckley
This version was published in 1968 by Bantam Books
The cover artist is uncredited

Notions Unlimited by Robert Sheckley

The Stars Around Us edited by Robert Hoskins
This version was published in 1970 by Signet Books
The cover artist is Gene Szafran

The Stars Around Us edited by Robert Hoskins

The Ruins Of Earth edited by Thomas M. Disch
This version was published in 1972 by Berkley Medallion Books
The cover artist is Richard Powers

The Ruins Of Earth edited by Thomas M. Disch

All The Colors Of Darkness by Lloyd Biggle, Jr.
This version was published in 1968 by Paperback Library Books
The cover artist is uncredited

All The Colors Of Darkness by Lloyd Biggle, Jr.

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4 thoughts on “A Delivery From The U.S. Part Two

  1. Bernie 16/08/2015 / 10:39 am

    Another great set! You do so well finding these. There’s one I’ve heard of this time, albeit with a different cover, the Lloyd Biggle. Favourite this time around is the Sheckley. You’ve got several new Powers one this time, how many have you got now?

    Take care, Bernie xxxxx

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    • unsubscriber 20/08/2015 / 12:51 pm

      Thanks for the comment Bernie, glad you enjoyed these. I can always count on Otis to sort me out when I have the spare cash. As for Powers covers, I have quite a collection of those now although couldn’t give you an exact number. Hope you’re well, take care xxxx

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  2. lcmt 21/08/2015 / 1:25 am

    My favorite is the Gene Szafran’s cover, but the sight of Jeff Jones’ signature on the corner of Day of the Beasts reminds me that I should pull out my old copy of The Studio and spend some time with Jones, Barry Windsor-Smith, Bernie Wrightson and Michael Kaluta.

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