Dust jacket and interior illustrations by Marshall Arisman.
Hand lettering by Dave McKean.
Subterranean Press is proud to present an exclusive signed, limited edition of one of Thomas Harris’ most accomplished novels, The Silence of the Lambs.
It will be available in two unique editions, one signed by the artist (the limited edition) and one signed by both author and artist (the lettered edition)
Limited: 200 numbered copies, housed in a custom slipcase, signed by the artist. (Note: This edition is not signed by the author.)
Lettered: 52 signed (by author and artist) copies, half bound in leather and cloth, housed in a custom traycase. (Note: This is one of our finest productions.)
Praise for The Silence of the Lambs:
“It's marvelous, the best book I've read for a very long time…It is infinitely superior to any novel published this year.” —Roald Dahl
“THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS will haunt for a long time; Harris places his clues and his carnage with precision.” —Philadelphia Inquirer
“As remarkable as its predecessor…some of the most powerful and entertaining fiction of our time!” —The Washington Post
“Fast-paced…intriguing…exciting!” —Chicago Tribune
“Without a doubt, [Harris is] one of the most powerful writers of suspense fiction today!” —Milwaukee Journal
“Harris has once again hit us in the solar plexus. This is, in fact, a better read than Red Dragon, which is all you need to know…A page-turner, one of those books that, once picked up, becomes immediately addictive.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer
“The plot unreels rapidly…Hooks the reader and keeps the tension taut until the end.” —Portland Oregonian
“I read the first sentence of this book, threw up my hands and then stayed up all night to finish. It didn't matter, I've scarcely slept since.” —Liz Smith
“One of the most gripping reads of the year.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Thrillingly effective…Harris understands the crafting of literary terror as very few writers do; readers who put themselves in his good, cold-blooded hands will lose sleep and demand a sequal.” —Publishers Weekly
“Intelligent, fast-paced…Hard to put down.” —Library Journal
“Beautifully written.” —San Francisco Chronicle
- Marshall Arisman
- Thomas Harris
- 344 pages
- United States
- Out of Print