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Koontz, Dean R., writing as Ann Griffin

Published by Los Angeles: Cameo, (1970)

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About this Item: Los Angeles: Cameo, 1970. First Edition. A pornographic novel by Koontz, one of many pseudonymous exercises written during his apprenticeship. A good copy only, with a gash to rear cover and final pages (with no loss to text) and other signs of enthusiastic use. Seller Inventory # 16459

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Ann Griffin / Dean Koontz

Published by American Art Enterprises (1983)

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About this Item: American Art Enterprises, 1983. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Dean Koontz penname. Originally published in 1970 by Cameo. This book is one of a number of 30 or so books Dean Koontz wrote for Cameo books early in his career under various pennames (like Gracie Amber or Leonard Chris), and one book he actually published under his own name (Bounce Girl). Dean Koontz has since disavowed and otherwise denied having ever written such books (besides Bounce Girl which was published under his own name and the Leonard Chris book "Hung"), but the evidence is undisputable: The Library of Congress confirms that Gerda Ann Koontz (Dean's wife) holds the copyrights to this book. "Ann" is one of the five names listed in the dedication of the gothic romance "Demon Child" (which Koontz wrote under the penname of Deanna Dwyer). All five of the first names listed in the dedication of "Demon Child" have turned out to be pseudonyms that Dean had used for this particular "Adult" literature. In an article written by Dean Koontz entitled "Dean's Drive" in the sci-fi fanzine Energumen #8 (6/71), Dean Koontz admitted to writing 30 of these books in 1970, along with Pig Society and The Underground Lifestyles Handbook (both of which were also published by the same publisher, Cameo books in 1970). One of the titles that Dean Koontz admits to having written ("Thirteen and Ready") was written under the penname of Ann Griffin. In an early sci-fi fanzine, Beabohema #8 (1970), Dean Koontz again talked about writing these books. The authors initials (A.G.) are simply Dean's wife's initials in reverse. One of the Ann Griffin cameo books "Protest Ball," lists the author's address as Harrisburg, Pennsylviania (where Dean and his wife were living in 1970). Finally, in Dean Koontz's writing how-to book "How to Write Popular Fiction" (1972), he refers to these books and specifically to the Ann Griffin penname. Book has very faint stress mark on spine (no hard spine crease) and no spine lean, no crease to front cover, crease to top edge on rear cover, no soiling or staining to white covers, no former owner markings or used bookstore markings inside, no missing pages, no creased pages, pages are flat and tight and appear unread, bottom right corner has been rounded (often found with remaindered books). Overall a FINE-/N-FINE book of this rare 1980s Dean Koontz first printing pen name book. I have a number of other U.S. and U.K. Dean Koontz 1st printing hardcover/paperback/magazine appearances up for sale. Seller Inventory # ABE-5827182792

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Ann Griffin (pseudonym), Gerda Koontz, Dean Koontz

Published by Cameo Library (1974)

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About this Item: Cameo Library, 1974. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 188 p. Seller Inventory # ABE.0014433

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Ann Griffin; Gerda Koontz; Dean Koontz

Published by Cameo Library (1974)

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About this Item: Cameo Library, 1974. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 188 pp. small hole punch on front cover wither the price was, small hole in same location on title page. Seller Inventory # B0017L3CBAAMA082114

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Ann Griffin (Dean Koontz)

Published by American Art Enterprises (1989)

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About this Item: American Art Enterprises, 1989. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. ANN GRIFFIN (DEAN KOONTZ penname) - PROTEST BALL, published by American Art Enterprises in 1989 (originally published in 1970 by Cameo). This book is one of a number of 30 or so books that Dean Koontz wrote for Cameo books early in his career under various pennames (like Gracie Amber or Leonard Chris), and one book he actually published under his own name (Bounce Girl). Dean Koontz has since disavowed and otheRwise denied having ever written such books (besides Bounce Girl which was published under his own name and the Leonard Chris book "Hung"), but the evidence is undisputable: The Library of Congress confirms that Gerda Ann Koontz (Dean's wife) holds the copyrights to this book. "Ann" is one of the five names listed in the dedication of the gothic romance "Demon Child" (which Koontz wrote under the penname of Deanna Dwyer). All five of the first names listed in the dedication of "Demon Child" have turned out to be pseudonyms that Dean had used for this particular "Adult" literature. In an article written by Dean Koontz entitled "Dean's Drive" in the sci-fi fanzine Energumen #8 (6/71), Dean Koontz admitted to writing 30 of these books in 1970, along with Pig Society and The Underground Lifestyles Handbook (both of which were also published by the same publisher, Cameo books in 1970). One of the titles that Dean Koontz admits to having written ("Thirteen and Ready") was written under the penname of Ann Griffin. In an early sci-fi fanzine, Beabohema #8 (1970), Dean Koontz again talked about writing these books. The authors initials (A.G.) are simply Dean's wife's initials in reverse. One of the Ann Griffin cameo books "Protest Ball," lists the author's address as Harrisburg, Pennsylviania (where Dean and his wife were living in 1970). Finally, in Dean Koontz's writing how-to book "How to Write Popular Fiction" (1972), he refers to these books and specifically to the Ann Griffin penname. Book appears unread with no vertical spine creasing and no spine lean, faint creasing at corners on cover, no soiling or staining to white covers, no former owner markings or used bookstore markings inside, no missing pages, no creased pages, pages are flat and tight and appear unread. Overall a VG+/FINE- book of this rare 1980s Dean Koontz pen name book. I have a number of other U.S. and U.K. Dean Koontz 1st printing hardcover/paperback/magazine appearances up for sale. Seller Inventory # ABE-7010208184

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Ann Griffin (Dean Koontz)

Published by Cameo (1974)

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About this Item: Cameo, 1974. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. ANN GRIFFIN (DEAN KOONTZ penname) - ANYTHING FOR JOE, published by Cameo Crown CC-170 in 1974 (originally published in 1970 by Cameo under the "Gracie Amber" penname and under the title "Oral Oracle"). This book is one of a number of 30 or so books that Dean Koontz wrote for Cameo books early in his career under various pennames (like Gracie Amber or Leonard Chris), and one book he actually published under his own name (Bounce Girl). Dean Koontz has since disavowed and otheRwise denied having ever written such books (besides Bounce Girl which was published under his own name and the Leonard Chris book "Hung"), but the evidence is undisputable: The Library of Congress confirms that Gerda Ann Koontz (Dean's wife) holds the copyrights to this book. "Ann" is one of the five names listed in the dedication of the gothic romance "Demon Child" (which Koontz wrote under the penname of Deanna Dwyer). All five of the first names listed in the dedication of "Demon Child" have turned out to be pseudonyms that Dean had used for this particular "Adult" literature. In an article written by Dean Koontz entitled "Dean's Drive" in the sci-fi fanzine Energumen #8 (6/71), Dean Koontz admitted to writing 30 of these books in 1970, along with Pig Society and The Underground Lifestyles Handbook (both of which were also published by the same publisher, Cameo books in 1970). One of the titles that Dean Koontz admits to having written ("Thirteen and Ready") was written under the penname of Ann Griffin. In an early sci-fi fanzine, Beabohema #8 (1970), Dean Koontz again talked about writing these books. The authors initials (A.G.) are simply Dean's wife's initials in reverse. One of the Ann Griffin cameo books "Protest Ball," lists the author's address as Harrisburg, Pennsylviania (where Dean and his wife were living in 1970). Finally, in Dean Koontz's writing how-to book "How to Write Popular Fiction" (1972), he refers to these books and specifically to the Ann Griffin penname. Book has no vertical spine crease, no spine lean, original cover price has been punched out (common defect employed by some used bookstores), no cover creases, no soiling or staining to white covers, no color rubbing to cover, no former owner markings or used bookstore markings inside, no missing pages, no creased pages, pages are flat and tight and appear unread, hint of edge wear. Overall a FINE-/N-FINE (abet with tiny hole punch) book of this rare 1970s Dean Koontz pen name book. I have a number of other U.S. and U.K. Dean Koontz 1st printing hardcover/paperback/magazine appearances up for sale. Seller Inventory # ABE-8208016862

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Ann Griffin (Dean Koontz)

Published by Oval (1974)

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About this Item: Oval, 1974. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. ANN GRIFFIN (DEAN KOONTZ penname) - THE BANGER'S CHICK, published by Oval Books OB-538 in 1974 (originally published in 1970 by Cameo under the title "Banger"). This book is one of a number of 30 or so books that Dean Koontz wrote for Cameo books early in his career under various pennames (like Gracie Amber or Leonard Chris), and one book he actually published under his own name (Bounce Girl). Dean Koontz has since disavowed and otherwise denied having ever written such books (besides Bounce Girl which was published under his own name and the Leonard Chris book "Hung"), but the evidence is undisputable: The Library of Congress confirms that Gerda Ann Koontz (Dean's wife) holds the copyrights to this book. "Ann" is one of the five names listed in the dedication of the gothic romance "Demon Child" (which Koontz wrote under the penname of Deanna Dwyer). All five of the first names listed in the dedication of "Demon Child" have turned out to be pseudonyms that Dean had used for this particular "Adult" literature. In an article written by Dean Koontz entitled "Dean's Drive" in the sci-fi fanzine Energumen #8 (6/71), Dean Koontz admitted to writing 30 of these books in 1970, along with Pig Society and The Underground Lifestyles Handbook (both of which were also published by the same publisher, Cameo books in 1970). One of the titles that Dean Koontz admits to having written ("Thirteen and Ready") was written under the penname of Ann Griffin. In an early sci-fi fanzine, Beabohema #8 (1970), Dean Koontz again talked about writing these books. The authors initials (A.G.) are simply Dean's wife's initials in reverse. One of the Ann Griffin cameo books "Protest Ball," lists the author's address as Harrisburg, Pennsylviania (where Dean and his wife were living in 1970). Finally, in Dean Koontz's writing how-to book "How to Write Popular Fiction" (1972), he refers to these books and specifically to the Ann Griffin penname. Book has faint vertical spine creasing, no spine lean, no cover creases, no soiling or staining to white covers (hint of age yellowing to spine), no former owner markings or used bookstore markings inside, no missing pages, no creased pages, pages are flat and tight and appear unread. Overall a FINE- book of this rare 1970s Dean Koontz pen name book. I have a number of other U.S. and U.K. Dean Koontz 1st printing hardcover/paperback/magazine appearances up for sale. Seller Inventory # ABE-8537283114

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Ann Griffin (Dean Koontz)

Published by Cameo (1970)

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About this Item: Cameo, 1970. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. ANN GRIFFIN (DEAN KOONTZ penname) - FLESH WAGER, published by Cameo #8066, copyright 1970, First printing. This book is one of a number of 30 or so books that Dean Koontz wrote for Cameo books early in his career under various pennames (like Linda Mitchell or Leonard Chris), and one book he actually published under his own name (Bounce Girl). Dean Koontz has since disavowed and otherwise denied having ever written such books (besides Bounce Girl which was published under his own name and the Leonard Chris book "Hung"), but the evidence is undisputable: The Library of Congress confirms that Gerda Ann Koontz (Dean's wife) holds the copyrights to this book. "Gracie" is one of the five names listed in the dedication of the gothic romance "Demon Child" (which Koontz wrote under the penname of Deanna Dwyer). All five of the first names listed in the dedication of "Demon Child" have turned out to be pseudonyms that Dean had used for this particular "Adult" literature. In an article written by Dean Koontz entitled "Dean's Drive" in the sci-fi fanzine Energumen #8 (6/71), Dean Koontz admitted to writing 30 of these books in 1970 (including "Share The Warm Flesh" and "Flesh Wager" - this book), along with Pig Society and The Underground Lifestyles Handbook (both of which were also published by the same publisher, Cameo books in 1970). One of the titles that Dean Koontz admits to having written ("Thirteen and Ready") was written under the penname of Ann Griffin. In an early sci-fi fanzine, Beabohema #8 (1970), Dean Koontz again talked about writing these books. The authors initials (A.G.) are simply Dean's wife's initials in reverse. One of the Ann Griffin cameo books "Protest Ball," lists the author's address as Harrisburg, Pennsylviania (where Dean and his wife were living in 1970). Finally, in Dean Koontz's writing how-to book "How to Write Popular Fiction" (1972), he refers to these books and specifically to the Ann Griffin penname. Book has very faint vertical spine creasing, no spine lean, no cover creases, no soiling or staining to covers, no former owner markings or used bookstore markings inside, no missing pages, no creased page corners, pages are flat and tight, pages are age yellowing, very slight edge wear, just a hint of color rubbing wear to covers (common defect due to the all-green cover). Overall a VG+/FINE- book of this rare 1970s Dean Koontz pen name book. I have a number of other U.S. and U.K. Dean Koontz 1st printing hardcover/ paperback/magazine appearances up for sale. Seller Inventory # ABE-8349884354

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