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Title: Burial
Artist(s): Jacket Art by Donato, Jacket Design by Joe Curcio, Book Design by Patrice Fodero
Publisher: TOR
Year: 1994
Synopsis: See Graham Masterton Official Website
Comments: This is a hardcover edition of Burial, third book in the Manitou series. My copy was picked up at a library sale, as you can tell by the tag in the bottom left. Very subtle and classy cover. I love the hand cut look of the fonts and the color scheme.


Title: Burial
Artist(s): Donato
Publisher: TOR
Year: 1996
Synopsis: See Graham Masterton Official Website
Comments: Another edition of Burial. Let's hope it's not really the conclusion to the Maniotu series. I like Donato's artwork. Nothing subtle about the message here. My mother staged a similar scene when she caught me smoking pot in the ninth grade.


Title: Burial
Artist(s):
Publisher: William Heinnemann
Year: 1992
Synopsis: See Graham Masterton Official Website
Comments: A great hardback edition of Burial from the U.K. Now correct me if I am wrong, but doesn't that guy look just like Brown Jenkin from the Mandarin edition of Prey? Much whiter teeth though. Maybe it's Brown Jenkin's brother Jerry.

A literal interpretation of the title and a cover which has very little to do with the book, but still, I like it.

A big thank you to Ron 'over 120 editions of Masterton' Sutton!



Title: Burial
Artist(s):
Publisher: Mandarin
Year: 1993
Synopsis: See Graham Masterton Official Website
Comments: Lars Ove sends along a Mandarin edition of Burial. A fantastic cover. Enough said.


Title: L'ombre du Manitou
Artist(s):
Publisher: Pocket
Year:
Synopsis: See Graham Masterton Official Website
Comments: Laurent Pannequin, our connection in France, has sent in over forty french editions of GM's books. Here we see the French edition of Burial. I really like the French Pocket editions. They all have these colorful illustrations with lines from the book overlaid on the picture. Very cool. Merci Laurent!