New York: Doubleday, 1977
First edition, with the prerequisite points. A trace of foxing to the bottom edge only of the outer text block. Otherwise, a thoroughly fine, unread copy - internally flawless, and the binding square and firm. The bright, unclipped dust jacket all but fine, just with the very faintest rubbing to the edges and a little toning to the verso. King’s third novel, and the one which would solidify his career. One of the most popular and lasting horror stories ever written, adapted to film by Stanley Kubrick to great acclaim. Doubleday books from this time period were produced relatively poorly; copies of The Shining in such fine condition are very uncommon.