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July 21, 2021

Silent Death – Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition

Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 | 136 pages 9BB Comments: Nothing spices up a book catalog like a good old-fashioned poisoner’s handbook, and this is still the best one. It’s accurate, irreverent, occasionally shocking, and very funny. For informational and entertainment purposes, as they used to say… From the Publisher: Poisons and the art of

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March 14, 2021

82189: Confessions of a Prison Bitch

5 x 8 | 154 pages We are left with what might be described as an outsider memoir, or simply a document. Unrefined and unfinished, 82189 was written by a man – posthumously assigned the pen-name “Henry Bellows” – who died while serving a life sentence for rape, and who spent most his life in

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December 2, 2020

Aryan

5 x 7.25 | 130 pages Originally published in 1992 prior to Jonathan Bowden’s reactionary political conversion, Aryan is a kaleidoscopic, prose-poetic study of  “Nazism and the twilight of modern man.” This Nine-Banded Books edition has been transcribed with careful fidelity to the original text and represents the final installment of our “Bowden trilogy,” with Mad and Sade preceding. What everyone

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October 13, 2020

Oyster Mountain

6 x 9 | 104 pages Follow the science into a panic room whose walls are the fear of death. It has a window you duck down beneath, the fibro rattling like an n-dimensional membrane as thin glass shatters to ornament your back like that of a stegosaurus. But you will survive as those brainless dragons

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October 5, 2020

This Ugly Civilization

Softcover | 6 x 9 | 456 pages Nine-Banded Books comment: This is the sort of book I might once have scoffed at, probably without cracking the spine. Shame on me. At once a localist manifesto and a paean to a kind of compassionate and undeceived individualism that is now scarcely articulated, Ralph Borsodi’s This

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September 2, 2020

Neutron Gun Reloaded: A Gerry Reith Reader

4.5 x 7 | 160 pages   Description: On April 7 1984, in the small city of Sheridan Wyoming, Gerard Bennet Reith died at his writing desk of a self-inflicted gunshot to the head. He was 25. While the details of Reith’s suicide remain hazy and subject to apocryphal embellishment, the work he produced during

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June 25, 2020

Come and Take It

Softcover | 6 x 9 | 320 pages 9BB Comments: Reads like a Bill Branon novel dipped in a Kurt Saxon manual cycled through a Gerry Reith rant. Cody Wilson is a genuinely radical  — and original — thinker in a sea of puffed-up mediocrities, and he knows how to tell a story. Note that

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June 22, 2020

Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom, & Other Writings

5.38 x 8.25 | 784 pages 9BB Comments: This is where I started with Sade, and it’s still a humdinger. I took it seriously as a kid, but now it reads more like a meandering comedy sketch. Was Sade engaging in sophistry, or satire? Was he mining after brutal philosophical verities, or was he following

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October 21, 2019

Baby Killer

5 x 8 | 364 pages No Future. After losing his parents in a tragic accident, a young man discovers that he is heir to a substantial fortune, and alone in the universe. Ensconced in the memory-haunted environs of his suburban youth, he shuns the outside world to dwell in guarded solitude, seeking comfort in

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June 19, 2019

The Myth of Natural Rights: Expanded & Revised

By L.A. Rollins; Preface by Kevin I. Slaughter; Introduction by TGGP 4.25 x 7 | 206 pages George H. Smith once described The Myth of Natural Rights as “a scathing, all-out attack.” This was not hyperbole. First published in 1983 by Loompanics Unlimited, L.A. Rollins’ incisive monograph sought not merely to dethrone the doctrine of

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