FAMILIAR SPIRIT. New York: Berkley Books, . Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Berkley Books 0-425-05884-9. "Tuttle's first solo novel, FAMILIAR SPIRIT, is more inline with her short fiction. A commercial horror novel, it is well written, carefully plotted, and marked with Tuttle's customary vivid characterization. Its weakness lies in an unsatisfying formula ending. Even so, it's head and shoulders above all but a handful of the horror novels of its decade." - Gerald W. Page, Watson and Schellinger (editors), Twentieth-Century Science-Fiction Writers, third edition, p. 812. Minute rub to top edge of rear cover, else a fine copy. (#139746).
"Berkley edition / February 1983" on copyright page.