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1 Scoggins, C[harles] E[lbert] John Quixote [*SIGNED*]
Indianapolis The Bobbs-Merrill Company (c.1929) NO First Edition Hardcover Very Good Illustrated by (decorations) Theodore Nadejen Signed by Author
(no dust jacket) [solid, square copy, moderate shelfwear, some soiling to page edges, small piece torn out of lower corner of title page]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the half-title page. The adventures of an American in Spain, where he encounters bullfighters and lovely senoritas. Signed by Author 
Price: 40.00 USD
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2 Scoggins, C[harles] E[lbert] Tycoon
New York Thomas Y. Crowell Company (c.1934, 1932) NO First Edition Hardcover Very Good 
(no dust jacket) [solid copy, light external soiling, a bit of edgewear to covers, light smudging on ffep]. Adventure novel set in an unspecific Central American country, concerning a railroad construction gang foreman who falls in love with the beautiful daughter of one of the country's big shots, the "tycoon" of the title. Scoggins was a frequent contributor of stories to various magazines, including The Saturday Evening Post, where this novel was originally published in serial form (in six installments) in November and December 1932; much of his fiction, which included a number of "lost race" novels was set in either Central America or South America. This particular novel was apparently the only one of his books to be adapted for the movies, in this instance for the 1947 RKO film of the same name, starring John Wayne and Anthony Quinn. 
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