|Title and Author/Editor:||The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon (2004), The Shining (1977), Black House (Stephen King and Peter Straub, 2001), Bare Bones: Conversations on Terror with Stephen King (Edited by Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller, 1988), The Stephen King Illustrated Companion: Manuscripts, Correspondence, Drawings, and Memorabilia from the Master of Modern Horror (Bev Vincent, 2009)|
|Genre:||Horror, Suspense and Thriller|
|Type of Illustration:||Offset Lithograph|
|Publisher:||Little Simon, Doubleday & Company, Random House, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Fall River Press|
|Period:||Late 20th/ Early 21st Century|
|Place of Publication:||New York|
|Edition Statement:||First Edition, Book Club Edition, Large Print Edition|
|Number of Books:||5|
|Additional Notes:||Black House is a large print edition.|
- all manipulatives function in pop-up; wear to covers and dust jackets with bumped corners, rubbed edges, tears, dings, soiling and chipping; dampstaining; tanning to pages.
- measures The Stephen King Illustrated Companion.