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Signed First Editions of Sacre Bleu

March 29th, 2012 · 4 Comments · Uncategorized

Signed First Editions of Sacre Bleu

 

Signed First Editions of Sacre Bleu

Mysterioius Galaxy will be taking orders for signed first edtions, which will ship after April 10th, when I’m there. Remember, only the first printing of Sacré Bleu will have color art and print. After they it will be in black and white, so jump on these if you’re not near a tour city. If you order before the 8th, these will be the color, first printings.

Signed Sacre Bleu firsts as well as other titles. (Contact store if something you want isn’t listed.) Also, international readers should order from Mysterious Galaxy, below. Their shipping is significantly less expensive for international orders. Yes, including Canada.)

International and Canadian Buyers read this note from Mysterious Galaxy:

Keep in mind that shipping charges for foreign orders are set by the system and are often adjusted down to reflect actual charges. One copy of Chris’s book to Canada is $12.95 and to most of Europe and Australia is $16.95 in a priority envelop according to the USPS website. If the charge to your country is more than $16.95 US, we will contact you.

Signed Firsts from Mysterious Galaxy:

 www.mystgalaxy.com/event/christopher-moore-signs-sd-040912

 

NOTE: Books Inc has suspended taking more orders until after the event, April 3rd, so they’ll be sure to have enough for the event in San Francisco (See Tour Post on this Blog)

 

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  • Conny

    Dear Chris,
    do you already know when the book will be published in Germany?

  • Mary B

    I used to be a Borders bookseller and also the go to girl for pushing Christopher Moore books. It was great to get those Twilight fans to read Bloodsucking and such. Most of them came back to tell me they liked your vampires better.
    Once again, I’m missing your tour so I’m watching ebay for a signed 1st edition.
    Thanks to the your lucky audience who share their extra books with the unfortunate ones online.
    I’m thinking about buying a signed copy of Lamb also, cause I keep loaning mine out and then they never come back. Maybe if I had a signed one, I could hang onto it.
    Thanx for the laughter and a sure thing when I’m spending my book money.

  • Eric Elliott

    Christopher

    Just finished Sacre Blue. It was awesome. It’s in my top 4 of all of your books. Top 4 in no particular order are: Sacre Blue, Lamb, Fool, A Dirty Job. (The others are great as well). Particularly liked this one as I collect vintage French posters and have read a lot about
    Le Fin de Siecle. You really brought Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmarte to life.

  • Hatten Caine

    I recently finished Sacre Bleu and enjoyed it just as much as you other books. While reading it I did not see much difference in the characters of the “Color Man” and Toulouse Lautrec. They both reminded me of Danny DeVito (especially his “Taxi” character Louie DePalma. I have read all of your books and noticed that they always have some “mystic” aspect to them. I enjoy featuring characters in more than one book.

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