Counterpoint, 2001. Hardcover. 1st Edition. First Edition (first printing). A completely re-written version of the second novel ("The Arm of Flesh") by the author of THE HUNTERS and A SPORT AND A PASTIME, the story of a squadron of Air Force officers in cold war Europe and their response to ambitious newcomers. Fine/Fine but for a slight small price sticker "shadow" to the front dust jacket panel. Inscribed by Salter on the title page, as follows: "To Bski/The terror of the AFEX garage from his victim,/Jim." Fine / Fine.
Refine search resultsSkip to search results
The Bookman Press, 1998. Soft Cover. 1st Edition. First Edition (first separate printing). One of an Edition limited to 200 copies (this is # 123) of this excerpt about Salter's days with Irwin Shaw from BURNING THE DAYS by the celebrated author of A SPORT AND A PASTIME. Fine in plain wraps with a marbled dust jacket as issued. Although not called for, this copy is signed and dated 12/1/98 by Salter on the title page. Additionally, there is a small typed note signed by Salter laid in which reads as follows: "Dec 1 Aspen Dear Dan, Nice to have your note and the Pollocks. I'm hoping to see his show before it departs though I have less reverence for the spatter masterpieces than the experts. At the moment I'm finishing an evaluation of a writer for a MacArthur and hope to return to more interesting things by tomorrow. (Am rewriting entirely my second novel for Counterpoint). Season's best, Jim Salter." Fine / Fine.
Knopf, 2006. Hardcover. 1st Edition. First Edition (first printing). A "food lover's companion" with an entry for each day of the year by the author of A SPORT AND A PASTIME and THE HUNTERS and his journalist/playwright wife. With illustrations by Fabrice Moireau. Fine/Fine. Inscribed by Salter on the half title page, as follows: "To Suzanne -- Kay Salter/James Salter." Fine / Fine.