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1 Hamilton, Donald Date with Darkness (Dell Mapback)
1950 27th Edition Mass Market paperback Very Good 
Illustrated by Stanley, Robert (Cover)


Dell mapback 375, 240 pp, corners bumped, slight edge wear, light reading crease, crease across lower front corner. Some sunning and wear to spine, pages lightly tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A nice copy. ;
Donald Hamilton's first novel, originally published by Rinehart in 1947. ; 5" - 6" Tall; 240 pages;

" A young naval officer with too much curiosity and stubbornness for his own good follows a scared glamour girl to Maryland, and in a few excitement-packed hours learns more about violence and the imminence of death - not to mention love - than he had in his entire tour in the Navy. "
8472 
Price: 35.00 USD

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2 Hamilton, Donald The Betrayers (Matt Helm Thriller #10)
New York Fawcett Gold Medal 1966 First Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 



Corners bumped, a little edge wear, some soiling and darkening to covers, '10' written near top of spine, small edge tears at base of spine. Pages a bit tanned but text is clean and unmarked. Binding still somewhat tight. A nice copy. ; Fawcett Gold Medal d1736, 191 pp. Paperback original. ; Matt Helm; 6" - 7" Tall; 191 pages;

#10 in the Matt Helm series.
"Far out in the Pacific, among the sunny islands of Hawaii, a dark venemous plot was being engineered by one of our own agents, an angel-faced man called the Monk, who had a special fondness for high explosives. His target was an American troopship with 3,000 U. S. Soldiers scheduled to blow sky high - unless Matt Helm could stop him. But first Helm had to trust the beautiful stranger who claimed to be his sister-in-law, and insisted that his former 'wife' ahd just willed him half a million dollars. "
8479 
Price: 8.75 USD

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3 Hamilton, Donald The Betrayers (Matt Helm Thriller #10)
New York Fawcett Gold Medal 1966 First Printing Mass Market Paperback Good 



Spine slanted, creased, edges worn. Corners worn, minor edge wear, some creasing and darkening to covers. Likely ex-library as there are several stamps inside front cover that have been covered up with white-out. Text is clean and unmarked. A good reading copy. ;
Fawcett Gold Medal d1736, 191 pp. Paperback original. ; Matt Helm; Ex-Library; 6" - 7" Tall; 191 pages;

#10 in the Matt Helm series.
"Far out in the Pacific, among the sunny islands of Hawaii, a dark venemous plot was being engineered by one of our own agents, an angel-faced man called the Monk, who had a special fondness for high explosives. His target was an American troopship with 3,000 U. S. Soldiers scheduled to blow sky high - unless Matt Helm could stop him. But first Helm had to trust the beautiful stranger who claimed to be his sister-in-law, and insisted that his former 'wife' ahd just willed him half a million dollars. "
8480 
Price: 3.95 USD

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4 Hamilton, Donald The Devastators (Matt Helm Thriller #9)
New York Fawcett Gold Medal 1971 27th Edition Mass Market Paperback Good 


Spine a bit slanted and creased, chipping at base of spine along with edge tears. Corners bumped, minor edge wear, covers a bit creased and soiled, numbers stamped on top and bottom edges, pages lightly tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A good reading copy. ; Fawcett Gold Medal T2250, 191 pp. Paperback original 1965, this copy printed about 1971. ; Matt Helm; 6" - 7" Tall; 191 pages;

#9 in the Matt Helm series.
"On a bleak and lonely heath in northern Scotland they recovered the body of the third agent sent out on this mission. He had died - been murdered - of bubonic plague. It was up to Matt Helm to take it from there. For somewhere among those desolate Scottish moors was a half-crazed scientific genius who could devastate entire populations with one hideous, raging plague. It was Helm's job to get him . . . With the help of a beautiful American operative who was supposed to be his wife, and a beautiful Russian operative who made it clear she was his deadly enemy. "
8478 
Price: 4.25 USD

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5 Hamilton, Donald The Menacers (Matt Helm Thriller #11)
New York Fawcett Gold Medal 1968 Mass Market Paperback Very Good 


Spine slightly slanted, some wear along edges, '11' written near top of spine. Corners bumped, minor edge wear and rubbing, light reading crease. Pages a bit tanned, but text is clean and unmarked, binding somewhat tight. A nice copy. ; Fawcett Gold Medal d1884, 192 pp. Paperback original 1968. ; Matt Helm; 6" - 7" Tall; 192 pages;

#11 in the Matt Helm series.
"Matt Helm is about the last man on earth you'd expect to believe in flying saucers. He's stayed alive all these years because he doesn't take anybody's word for anything.
"So when the Agency sends Helm to Mexico to guard a red-headed girl who cannot be shaken from her story that she has survived an actual attack from a UFO, Helm keeps his cool. He warms up a little when his Russian opposite number tries to trick him intokilling the girl - and when he and the girl are ordered into a light plane at gunpoint for what looks like a one-way trip to the Pacific, Helm gets hot. "
8488 
Price: 7.50 USD

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6 Hamilton, Donald The Poisoners (A Matt Helm Thriller #13)
Greenwich, Conn Fawcett Gold Medal 1971 0449025020 / 9780449025024 First Edition Mass Market Paperback Good+ 



Spine slightly slanted, a bit creased, corners bumped, a little edge wear, some soiling to covers. Pages a bit tanned but text is clean and unmarked. Overall a nice copy. ;
Fawcett Gold Medal T2502, 224 pp. Paperback original, first edition. ; 6" - 7" Tall; 224 pages;

#13 in the Matt Helm series.
"This one was murder from the start. A lovely red-haired lass whose amateur standing as a secret agent had been cut short by some very professional killers. The strange part of it was that she wasn't even on assignment. Nobody had a clue as to what she'd found. But obviously she'd found something . . . Something very big and very bad. Too much for her, but just the right size for Matt Helm. "
8489 
Price: 5.95 USD

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7 Hamilton, Donald The Ravagers (Matt Helm Thriller #8)
Greenwich, Conn Fawcett Gold Medal 1969 27th Edition; Eighth Printing Mass Market Paperback Good+ 


Spine a bit slanted, slightly creased, chipped at base, corners bumped, minor edge wear, light reading crease, some dings to covers. Pages lightly tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A solid copy. ; Fawcett gold medal R2072, 144 pp. Paperback original, first published 1964, this copy printed in 1969. ; Matt Helm; 6" - 7" Tall; 144 pages;

"It was not a peaceful way to die - but there was nothing Helm could do for him now. Scratch one agent. Cross off the pretty boy with the face women just couldn't resist. The poor bastard was lying dead in a Canadian motel room, with no face at all. It had been eaten away with acid, corroded beyond all recognition. And the most likely patsy was a woman Helm had orders to protect - no matter what the cost."
8476 
Price: 4.70 USD

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8 Hamilton, Donald The Ravagers (Matt Helm Thriller #8)
Greenwich, Conn Fawcett Gold Medal 1966 27th Edition; Fifth Printing Mass Market Paperback Good 


Spine slightly slanted and creased, worn down edges, corners bumped, some edge wear, some creasing and wear to covers. Pages a bit tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A good reading copy. ; Fawcett gold medal D1673, 144 pp. Paperback original, first published 1964, this copy printed in 1966. ; Matt Helm; 6" - 7" Tall; 144 pages;

"It was not a peaceful way to die - but there was nothing Helm could do for him now. Scratch one agent. Cross off the pretty boy with the face women just couldn't resist. The poor bastard was lying dead in a Canadian motel room, with no face at all. It had been eaten away with acid, corroded beyond all recognition. And the most likely patsy was a woman Helm had orders to protect - no matter what the cost."
8477 
Price: 3.75 USD

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9 Hamilton, Donald The Retaliators (A Matt Helm Thriller #17)
Greenwich, Conn Fawcett Gold Medal 1976 0449135675 / 9780449135679 First Edition Mass Market Paperback Good 
Illustrated by Johnson, Gordon (cover)

221 pp. Paperback original, first edition. Spine a bit creased, rolled, a little edge wear and rubbing, green line across leading edge, letters stamped on bottom edge. Light yellowing but text is clean and unmarked. A solid copy.

#17 in the Matt Helm series.
"Matt Helm was unexpectedly rich and he didn't like it. The $20,000 that had been deposited in his account was a complete surprise. Very nice. Except Matt knew that someone was setting him up, making it look as though he was a traitor and getting a payoff. Someone who wanted Matt out of business.
"Suddenly, another secret agent with an unexplained surplus in his bank account was murdered. Matt figured he'd better track down his 'benefactors' before they retired him for good. "; 6" - 7" Tall
007439 
Price: 3.95 USD

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10 Hamilton, Donald The Two-Shoot Gun (original Title: The Man from Santa Clara)
New York Fawcett Gold Medal 1989 044913492X / 9780449134924 Reprint Edition Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 


Spine a bit rolled, light reading crease, some edge wear and rubbing, number stamped on top edge. Pages tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A nice copy.

Author of the Matt Helm series, Donald Hamilton here turns his attention to the American Old West.
"When Alexander Burdick headed into New Mexico Territory, he was trying to make a fresh start, but Burdick was a man trouble couldn't leave alone. In Santa Clara it came in the shape of Dan Justice, the rich and arrogant cattle rancher who ruled the valley. He shot first and asked questions later.
"Burdick was the first man to stand up to Justice - and live to talk about it. The townfolk called him their savior, but Burdick was no man's hero - and no man's fool. He made his own decisions every step of the way, even if it meant facing down a lynch mob alone and unguarded, with only his two-shoot gun."; 6" - 7" Tall
007752 
Price: 5.75 USD

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