Ana, I believe The Mystery Bookstore takes phone and e-mail orders with a credit card. You might give them a call or (since I believe you live in Europe) send them an e-mail, saying you would like a signed copy and requesting information about shipping costs. Their e-mail address is:
I got my autographed copy of"Ray Bradbury: 100 Celebrated Stories" that way. I emailed an order to them. I got the book in perfect, perfect, condition. The autograph wasn't dated, but it was an autograph. I live in Texas, so going out there again was just cost prohibitive.
Ray Bradbury's, chosen people of book purchase's over the phone or via the internet, are Craig and Patti Graham.
VAGABONDBK@AOL.COM OR 310-442-2665 Craig and Patti are the nicest couple, and in My opinion, The best of true friends of the Bradbury's. There neighbor's of the B's who look in on them, from time to time.
Whenever Mr B, has a book signing at a school or event. He "RB" takes Craig and Patti along.
Please use them. via Ray Bradbury and Patrick
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As a longtime antiquarian bookseller who has dealt with Craig and Patti on a personal and professional level for many years (and having bought several Bradbury first editions from them), I can't sing their praises loud enough. They are members of the ABAA (Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America), and are quality people as well as dealers.
As far as their relationship with Ray, they published his Ray Bradbury Review at their Graham Press in 1988. Nice book if you can get it.
If you're so inclined (and will forgive the plug), the antiquarian bookstore I work for also has a fine selection of Bradbury books: http://www.the-book-shop.com
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