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McCammon, Robert R.

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ISBN 10: 0671664867 / ISBN 13: 9780671664862
Published by Pocket Book, New York, New York, U.S.A., 1990
Condition: As New Hardcover
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First Edition signed by author McCammon. Sharp looking tome in As New condition. Bookseller Inventory # rh025

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Title: Mine

Publisher: Pocket Book, New York, New York, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1990

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: As New

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Laura Clayborne faces a terrifying journey into a world of madness and obsession when her newborn son is taken from the hospital by Mary Terrell, a battered survivor of the radical Sixties who now lives in her own hallucinatory world of murderous rage


Robert McCammon asks, &quot;What happened to those children of the sixties who learned the language of hatred, who swore oaths upon their bloodstained manifestos and vowed to never surrender?&quot; Most went on to other lifestyles. But Mary Terrell, a.k.a. &quot;Mary Terror,&quot; did not change. Her insanity deepened into schizophrenia, and in the late '80s she still calls herself &quot;freedom fighter for those without rights in the Mindfuck State.&quot; Hallucinating, heavily armed, and possessed by the delusion that an infant son will restore the good ol' days with her ex-lover, Mary steals a baby. But the child's mother is a strong, resourceful woman, and she recruits an ex-radical to help her. What ensues is a hair-raising chase across the American Midwest in wintertime, toward a final confrontation in which both &quot;mothers&quot; proclaim, &quot;He's <b>mine</b>.&quot; Not only is <i>Mine</i> an intense horror novel (winner of a Bram Stoker Award), but refreshingly, all three main characters are women.

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Rare Reads formerly operated a storefront in The Lakewood Antiques Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia but reverted to a strictly online operation when the Gallery closed. In 2006, Rare Reads published "The Heeey Baby Days of Beach Music" which received a bronze medal from The Independent Publishers Association. Long sold out, copies of the 13 pound tribute to the musicians who created the unique R&B genre are occasionally available on ABE. The book was a collaborative effort of Rare Reads and many others including the musicians that created the sound Southerns term "Beach Music." Rare Reads is considering future publications in addition to expanding its online enterprise. Rare Reads is operated by Greg Haynes and son Reid Haynes and has warehouses in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia.

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