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  • All the Pretty Horses

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $175.00
    • Format: Wrappers
    • ISBN-13: 9789112074529
    • Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
    • Published: 1992
    8vo. UNCORRECTED PROOF. 3rd state. Light wear to wrappers. Fading to spine, affecting margins of wrappers. Slight stain to edge of textblock. VG in wrappers.
  • Child of God

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $13.50
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780679728740
    • Publisher: Vintage Books
    • Published: June 1993
    By the author of the critically acclaimed Border Trilogy, CHILD OF GOD, originally published in 1973, is a taut, chilling novel that plumbs the depths of human degradation. Falsely accused of rape, Lester Ballard - a violent, dispossessed man who haunts the hill country of East Tennessee - is released from jail and allowed to roam at will, preying on the population with his strange lusts. A trip to the dry-goods store, an errand to the blacksmith, a bartending session at the general store are all transformed into stunning scenes of the comic and grotesque, revealing the most sordid aspects of life - depicted with dignity, humor, and characteristic lyrical brilliance. 197p. Pap.
  • Cities of the Plain (The Border Trilogy, Volume Three)

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $9.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780679423904
    • Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
    • Published: June 1998
    In the epic conclusion of the best-selling Border Trilogy, the award-winning author brings together the colorful characters from All the Pretty Horses and The Crossing, in an epic novel set against the backdrop of the 1950s. 200,000 first printing.
  • Gardener's Son

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $14.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780062287540
    • Publisher: Ecco
    • Published: December 2014
    The screenplay for McCarthy's classic film, bearing in full measure his gift--the ability to fit complex and universal emotions into ordinary lives and still preserve all of their power and significanceIn the spring of 1975 the film director Richard Pearce approached Cormac McCarthy with a screenplay idea. Though already a widely acclaimed novelist, the author of such modern classics as The Orchard Keeper and Child of God, McCarthy had never before written a screenplay. Using a few photographs in the footnotes to a 1928 biography of a famous pre-Civil War industrialist as inspiration, McCarthy and Pearce roamed the mill towns of the South researching their subject. A year later McCarthy finished The Gardener's Son, a taut, riveting drama of impotence, rage, and violence spanning two generations of mill owners and workers, fathers and sons, during the rise and fall of one of America's most bizarre utopian industrial experiments. Produced as a two-hour film and broadcast on PBS in 1976, The Gardener's Son received two Emmy Award nominations and was shown at the Berlin and Edinburgh Film Festivals.Set in Graniteville, South Carolina, The Gardener's Son is the tale of two families: the wealthy Greggs, who own and operate the local cotton mill, and the McEvoys, a family of mill workers beset by misfortune. The action opens as Robert McEvoy, a young mill worker, is having his leg amputated after an accident rumored to have been caused by James Gregg, the son of the mill's founder. Crippled and consumed by bitterness, McEvoy deserts both his job and his family.Returning two years later at the news of his mother's terminal illness, McEvoy arrives only to confront the grave diggers preparing her final resting place. His father, the mill's gardener, is now working on the factory line, the gardens forgotten. These proceedings stoke the slow-burning rage McEvoy carries within him, a fury that will ultimately consume both families.
  • No Country for Old Men

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $9.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780375406775
    • Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
    • Published: July 2005
    The author's first novel since Cities of the Plains completed his acclaimed, best-selling Border Trilogy is a harrowing story of a war that society wages on itself, an enduring meditation on the ties of love and blood and duty that inform lives and shape destinies. A work of extraordinary, resonant intensities. 352p. Book Club Edition
  • No Country for Old Men

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $7.95
    Kindle Price: $11.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781447201809
    • Publisher: Picador
    • Published: 2011
    Llewelyn Moss, hunting antelope near the Rio Grande, stumbles upon a drug deal gone wrong. Finding bullet-ridden bodies, several kilos of heroin, and a caseload of cash, he faces a choice – leave the scene as he found it, or cut the money and run. Choosing the latter, he knows, will change everything. And so begins a terrifying chain of events. 309p.
  • Outer Dark

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $8.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780679728733
    • Publisher: Vintage Books
    • Published: June 1993
    By the author of the critically acclaimed Border Trilogy, No Country For Old Men, and The Road, among others, Outer Dark (1968) is a novel at once fabular & starkly evocative, set in an unspecified place in Appalachia, sometime around the turn of the century. A woman bears her brother's child, a boy; the brother leaves the baby in the woods & tells her he died of natural causes. Discovering her brother's lie, she sets forth alone to find her son. Both brother & sister wander separately through a countryside being scourged by three terrifying and elusive strangers, headlong toward an eerie, apocalyptic resolution. 242p.
  • Suttree

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $8.50
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780679736325
    • Publisher: Vintage Books
    • Published: May 1992
    By the author of the critically acclaimed Border Trilogy, No Country For Old Men, and The Road, among others, Suttree (1979) is the story of Cornelius Suttree, who has forsaken a life of privilege with his prominent family to live in adilapidated houseboat on the Tennessee River near Knoxville. Remaining on the margins of the outcast community there - a brilliantly imagined collection of eccentrics, criminals, and squatters - he rises above the physical and human squalor with detachment, humor, and dignity. 471p.
  • The Crossing (The Border Trilogy, Book 2)

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $8.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780679760849
    • Publisher: Vintage Books
    • Published: March 1995
    A young boy finds his life changed by a dream about wolves running freely on land that has been claimed by settlers, and his subsequent journey involves a parting with everything familiar. Reprint. 225,000 first printing. NYT.
  • The Crossing (The Border Trilogy, Volume Two)

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $9.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780394574752
    • Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
    • Published: June 1994
    In the 1930s, Billy and his family come to Hidalgo County, New Mexico, where he becomes obsessed with a wild wolf that lives a precarious existence threatened by the region's ranchers. By the author of All the Pretty Horses. 150,000 first printing. $150,000 ad/promo.
  • The Crossing : Volume Two : The Border Trilogy

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $400.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9789111674553
    • Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
    • Published: 1994
    8vo. 1st trade edition. SIGNED by McCarthy to the half-title page. Clean, bright copy. NF/NF.
  • The Orchard Keeper

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $14.35
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780679728726
    • Publisher: Vintage Books
    • Published: February 1993
    Cormac McCarthy's first novel, published in 1965, is set in a small, remote community in rural Tennessee in the years between the two world wars. It tells of John Wesley Rattner, a young boy, and Marion Sylder, an outlaw and bootleggerwho, unbeknownst to either of them, has killed the boy's father. Together with Rattner's Uncle Ather, who belongs to a former age in his communion with nature and his stoic independence, they enact a drama that seems born of the land itself. All three are heroes of an intense and compelling celebration of values lost to time and industrialization. 246p.
  • The Road

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $7.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780330544597
    • Publisher: Picador
    • Published: 2010
    A father and his young son walk alone through burned and ruined America, heading slowly for the coast. Nothing moves in the ravaged landscape save the ash on the wind and those living off it, or trying to. They have nothing but a pistol to defend themselves against the surviving stalkers of the road, the clothes they are wearing, a shopping cart of scavenged food – and each other, living out a poetic nightmare that is both heartless and heartfelt. 307p. Kindle Price: $11.99
  • The Road

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $28.95
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780307265432
    • Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
    • Published: 2006
    A man and his young son traverse a blasted American landscape covered with 'the ashes of the late world.' The man can still remember the time before. The boy knows only this time. There is nothing for them but survival - they are 'each the other's world entire' - and the precious last vestiges of their own humanity. At once brutal and tender, despairing and rashly hopeful, spare of language and profoundly moving, 'The Road' is a fierce and haunting meditation on the tenuous divide between civilization and savagery, and the essential, sometimes terrifying power of filial love. 288p. Awarded the Pulitizer Prize for Fiction, 2007.
  • The Stonemason: A Play in Five Acts

    By Cormac McCarthy

    Our Price: $6.50
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780679762805
    • Publisher: Vintage Books
    • Published: August 1995
    From a writer hailed as an American original -- and the author of the national bestsellers All the Pretty Horses and The Crossing -- comes a taut, expansively imagined drama about four generations of an African American family.The setting is Louisville, Kentucky, in the 1970s. The Telfairs are stonemasons and have been for generations. Ben Telfair has given up his education to apprentice himself to his grandfather, Papaw, a man who knows that "true masonry is not held together by cement but...by the warp of the world." Out of the love that binds these two men and the gulf that separates them from the Telfairs who have forsaken -- or dishonored -- the family trade, Cormac McCarthy has crafted a drama that bears all the hallmarks of his great fiction: precise observation of the physical world; language that has the bite of common speech and the force of Biblical prose; and a breathtaking command of the art of storytelling.

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