First Edition Points and Criteria for Carter Beats the Devil

Year Published: 2001
Author Last Name: Gold
Author First Name: Glen David
Publisher: Hyperion
Original Price: $24.95
Pages: 483

The first edition of this widely read book was published by Hyperion in 2001. It was 483 pages long, and the original retail price was $24.95. The first edition identification criteria are as follows: FIRST EDITION is stated on the copyright page above full number line "10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1".

Picture of the 2001 first edition dust jacket for Carter Beats the Devil.
Picture of the 2001 first edition dust jacket for Carter Beats the Devil.

Identification picture of Carter Beats the Devil.

Identification picture of Carter Beats the Devil.

Identification picture of Carter Beats the Devil.

Identification picture of Carter Beats the Devil.

Identification picture of Carter Beats the Devil.

Identification picture of Carter Beats the Devil.

Quick Search:

Search for other books in the FedPo database:

Book:



Market Value:

Use the pre-filled links below to find the market value of Carter Beats the Devil. Remember that the dust jacket is an important part of any book, and so books without their original dust jackets typically have less value.

Book:


Abe Books, Passion for Books
Author:

Title:

Keywords:







Find Books, Save Up To 90% Alibris



Search by author:

by Title:

by Keyword or ISBN:









Popular on FEdPo:


Of Mice And Men  Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (U.S.)  Gone with the Wind  A Confederacy of Dunces  The Way West  To Kill a Mockingbird  The Old Man and the Sea  Invisible Man  A Brief History of Time  Slaughterhouse-Five  The Hunt for Red October  The Thorn Birds  The Grapes of Wrath  Out of Africa  Lolita  Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (U.S.)  One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest  Silent Spring  

Disclaimer: This website is intended to help guide you and give you insight into what to look for when identifying first editions. The information is compiled from the experience of reputable collectors and dealers in the industry. Gathering and updating information about these books is more an art than a science, and new identication criteria and points of issue are sometimes discovered that may contradict currently accepted identification points. This means that the information presented here may not always be 100% accurate.