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Five-digit number format: 90000-99999

90001 JAN ROFFMAN (aka MARGARET SUMMERTON) With Murder in Mind (c.1963; nd; 2nd ACE printing; ACE Gothic Mystery/Novel)

With Murder in Mind was originally published as ACE H-80 (1963).

90050 CHARLES LEFEBURE Witness to Witchcraft (1970; 1st thus in this edition; occult/paranormal)

Witness to Witchcraft was originally published as Book II of "The Exorcism Series" in ACE 22221-6 (nd).

90110 GEORGETTE HEYER Venetia (c.1958; 1963; 1968; nd; ACE Romance)

Venetia was originally published as ACE K-179 (1963) and then reprinted in ACE H-045 (1968) and ACE 86111 (nd).

90801 MARGARET ERSKINE (aka MARGARET WETHERBY WILLIAMS) The Woman at Belguardo (c.1967; nd; ACE Star edition; ACE Gothic Mystery)

Note the white-out style for the letter-number on cover.  Uses the same cover art as ACE K-295. Possibly reuse of old stock.  Listed as "An  Inspector Finch Gothic  #4."

90802-0 MARGARET ERSKINE (aka MARGARET WETHERBY WILLIAMS) The Woman at Belguardo (c.1967; 1974; 2nd ACE printing; ACE Gothic Mystery)

The Woman at Belguardo was originally published as ACE K-295 (1967).  This edition has new cover art.

90804-7 BENJAMIN CAPPS Woman Chief (May 1981;1st ACE printing; historical fiction)

This volume explores a little-known part of American history dealing with the legends surrounding a courageous Indian woman who, defying the tradition of her people, became the undisputed leader of the Crow Nation.

90815-2 JANE BLACKMORE A Woman On Her Own (c.1957; 1971; 1st ACE printing; ACE Gothic Novel)

90833 ELIZABETH RENIER Woman From The Sea (1971; ACE Star edition; 1st ACE printing; ACE Georgian/Regency Romance)

90840 SOOKIE STAMBLER Women's Liberation (nd; non-fiction)

90940-X CHRIS GREENBURY The World's Greatest Lover (1977; 1st ACE printing and PBO; movie tie-in)

Based upon the screenplay by Gene Wilder, this is the novelization (written by Chris Greenbury) of this motion picture (starring GeneWilder). Includes movie stills as illustrations.


91701 RUPERT FURNEAUX The Worlds Strangest Mysteries (c.1961; 1966; nd occult/paranormal)

The World's Strangest Mysteries was originally published as ACE K-163 (1961) and later as ACE K-254 (1966)..

91940-5 MARIA LANG (aka DAGMAR MARIA LANGE) A Wreath For The Bride (c.1960; 1966; ACE Gothic Novel)

91941 MARIA LANG (aka DAGMAR MARIA LANGE) A Wreath For The Bride (c.1960; 1966; nd; ACE Gothic Novel)

Originally published in Sweden in 1960 under the title Kung liljekonvalje av dungen. Another "Read Easy-Large Type" edition.

91960 CHARLOTTE HUNT A Wreath For Jenny's Grave (April 1975; listed as "first paperback edition"; PBO; ACE Gothic Novel)


93951-0 HANS HOLZER Yankee Ghosts (c.1966; nd; occult/paranormal)

93952-0 HANS HOLZER Yankee Ghosts (c.1966; nd; occult/paranormal)

Yankee Ghosts was originally published as ACE K-272 (1966).


94355 LYDIA BENSON CLARK (aka ELOISE MEAKER) Yesterday's Evil (December 1974; 1st ACE printing; ACE Gothic Novel)

ACE Cameo series - No. 5.

Original cover art for Yesterday's Evil. Acrylic and oil on board. Artist unknown.

94390 DOROTHY EDEN (aka DOROTHY ENID EDEN) Yellow is for Fear and Other Stories (c.1968; nd; ACE Gothic Mystery)

94392 DOROTHY EDEN (aka DOROTHY ENID EDEN) Yellow is for Fear and Other Stories (c.1968; nd; ACE Gothic Mystery)

94393-4 DOROTHY EDEN (aka DOROTHY ENID EDEN) Yellow is for Fear and Other Stories (c.1968; February 1976; ACE Gothic Mystery)

Yellow is for Fear and Other Stories was originally published as ACE A-14 (1968).


95048-5 D. E. STEVENSON The Young Clementina (original/alternate title: Divorced From Reality; 1979; 1st ACE printing; listed as "A D. E. Stevenson Romance," ACE Romance)

95051 WILLIAM JOHNSTON The Young Rebels: The Sea Gold Incident (Volume #2; 1970; 1st ACE printing and PBO; photo cover)

Another of the TV (ABC - Screen Gems) spin off novels (see beginning of this page for additional reference information on this genre). William Johnston is not given front page identification. The first volume is ACE 32335 (1970). Note that the title organization is different between these two volumes.

95125 HELEN KING Your Doodles and What They Mean To You (nd; probably 1st thus)

Handwriting analysis.

95501 ARCH WHITEHOUSE The Zeppelin Fighters (cover by Harry Borgman; nd; non-fiction)

WWI airfare dealing with the Zeppelin air raids

95935-0 NICK CARTER Zero-Hour Strike Force: Killmaster #186  (1984; 1st ACE printing - Charter imprint)


96452-4 DOROTHY EDEN (aka DOROTHY ENID EDEN) Dorothy Eden Library (box cover by Walter Popp; nd)

Another box set of four (4) Dorothy Eden Gothic Novels. Cover of box has a label "Dorothy Eden Library," a letter-number series (96452-4) and a price of $6.95. The four (4) novels are:

The Brooding Lake, Yellow is for Fear, Death is a Red Rose  and Listen to Danger (ACE 07977).


97886 DOROTHY EDEN (aka DOROTHY ENID EDEN) Dorothy Eden Library (box cover by Walter Popp; 1981?)

Another box set of five (5) Dorothy Eden Gothic Novels. Cover of box has a label "Dorothy Eden Library," a letter-number series (97886) and a price of $8.25. The five (5) novels have separate letter-number series. These are:

The Daughters of Ardmore Hall (ACE 13884), Bride by Candlelight (ACE 07932), Cat's Prey (ACE 09257), Shadow of a Witch (ACE 76073), and Bridge of Fear (ACE 07977).

The only issue is whether this letter-number series (on the label) is correct. I have found another listing for a letter-number series for this box set that is ACE 07978-4. However, this is as out-of-sequence in the letter-number series listings as the ACE 97886 letter-number. If any AIL users has insight into how they numbered these box set, it would be appreciated.


98033-4 SHEILA BISHOP Woman From the Sea (nd; ACE Regency Romance)

98880-8 S. E. SMITH (compiler and editor) The United States Marine Corps in World War II (nd; non-fiction)

This box set reprints ACE 84650-1, ACE 84651-9, and ACE 84652-7.

Last Update: 09 May 2017

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