Fine condition.HarperCollins,1999.First US edition-first printing((10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1).Grey hardback(Author's initials on the front cover,blue lettering to the spine, small nick on the edge of the front cover) with Dj(some nicks and a couple of creases on the edges of the Dj cover),both in fine condition.Illustrated with b/w drawings.Illustrations by ten outstanding artists.Nice and clean pages as new with a small mark and nick on the outer edges of the pages,light shelf wear on the back of the Dj cover.Nice and clean book as new.148pp. This is another paragraph From Publishers Weekly: Among the scariest of elements in this collection is the full-spread black-and-white artwork, contributed by an array of different artists, that sets the stage for each of the 10 stories. For a taut, harrowing tale of mistaken identity set in the children's ward of a hospital on Halloween night, I'm Not Martin, Clay Patrick McBride creates a photocollage of a ward with an oversize, eyeless doll's head, holding an IV bottle on a pole in one hand and a human foot in the other, as a boy peers through a curtained screen. The impressive roster of illustrators also includes Edward Koren, Gary Kelley and Mark Summers. The author offers additional eerie lead-ins to the tales with his brief introductions, in which he describes alleged incidents that prompted his plots. For instance, the setting for Nightmare InnAstarring a girl who encounters a pair of werewolves in the run-down establishment her mother plans to purchaseAwas inspired by Stine's stay in a sprawling New England inn in which he was the only guest.