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1 Anderson, Poul After Doomsday
London Panther Books 1968 Mass Market Paperback Good 


Spine slanted/creased, some edgewear, corners bumped, lower corner creased. Text is starting to yellow, but clean and unmarked.

"'Earth is dead!' A planet murderer has struck at Earth and killed it. Fortunately, there are several space ships away from base at the time and when one returns and sees the Earth's remains, the crew begins a murder hunt for the killers which takes them to the outer galaxies where they meet many strange races before they eventually track down the murderers."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
004725 
Price: 4.50 USD

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2 Laumer, Keith; Anderson, Poul; Herbert, Frank; Dickson, Gordon; Ellison, Harlan Five Fates
New York Paperback Library 1971 Mass Market Paperback Very Good 


Corners bumped, slight shelf wear, some foxing.

"Send me your tired, your poor, your hopeless, yearning to be free. To them I raise the lamp beside the brazen door. . ."
So reads the inscrip tion over the portal to the euthanasia center. From a common beginning -- William Bailey's death there -- five of today's top writers of science fiction create their separate visions of Bailey's fate. No two are even remotely alike."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
001432 
Price: 3.95 USD

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3 Anderson, Poul Flandry of Terra
New York Ace Books 1979 Mass Market Paperback Good+ 
Illustrated by Whelan, Michael (cover)

Spine somewhat creased, corners bumped, some edge wear. Bookseller stamps inside cover, price stamped on ffep.

"Dominic Flandry, Agent of Imperial Terra. His duty, as officially defined: to seek out threats to the Pax Terrestria, and to neutralize them-or, failing that, to call in His Majesty's military forces, who will end them in a more drastic and final way. As defined by Dominic Flandry: to stick his finger in the dike of civilization, to hold off for his lifetime the inevitable coming of the barbarians and the Long Night. To this end he battles gloriously, murders remorselessly, betrays outrageously. His justification? "Supple young women clad in sunlight, blooded horses stamping of the plains of Ilion, smoke curling fragrant about coffee and cognac on Terra"-in a phrase, all the joys and pleasures that, taken together, comprise human civilization."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
001416 
Price: 3.95 USD

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4 Anderson, Poul Flandry of Terra
New York, NY Ace Books 1979 0441240712 / 9780441240715 Mass Market Paperback Good+ 
Illustrated by Whelan, Michael (cover)

Spine/covers slightly creased, slight spine slant, corners bumped, minor edge wear/chipping. A little darkening. Text is clean and unmarked.

"Dominic Flandry, Agent of Imperial Terra. His duty, as officially defined: to seek out threats to the Pax Terrestria, and to neutralize them-or, failing that, to call in His Majesty's military forces, who will end them in a more drastic and final way. As defined by Dominic Flandry: to stick his finger in the dike of civilization, to hold off for his lifetime the inevitable coming of the barbarians and the Long Night. To this end he battles gloriously, murders remorselessly, betrays outrageously. His justification? "Supple young women clad in sunlight, blooded horses stamping of the plains of Ilion, smoke curling fragrant about coffee and cognac on Terra"-in a phrase, all the joys and pleasures that, taken together, comprise human civilization."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
002034 
Price: 3.70 USD

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5 Anderson, Poul Shield
New York Berkley Medallion 1963 First Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 
Illustrated by Powers, Richard (cover)

Berkley Medallion F743, 158 pp. Paperback original, first printing. Originally serialized in Fantastic Stories (1962). Spine a bit slanted with a ceep crease down the center, slight edge wear and rubbing, 1" chip to top corner of back cover. Pages tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A nice copy.

"Koskinen had returned to earth with a strange new 'Shield' - a device which enclosed the wearer in a force screen which absorbed all energies below a certain level. Light could come through the Shield, but no weapon known to man could penetrate it . . .
"Koskinen had developed the Shield in collaboration with the Martians. From the moment of his return to earth he was in deadly danger. His own country sent men to kill him to prevent the Shield from falling into Chinese hands . . .
"Soon the whole civilized world was searching for this one man - a man armed with the greatest potential military weapon mankind had ever seen . . . The only question was which power would possess the Shield as its very own? "; 6" - 7" Tall
008056 
Price: 7.95 USD

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6 Anderson, Poul The Star Fox
New York Signet 1966 Third Printing Mass Market Paperback Good 


Spine is slanted and creased, corners bumped, slight edge wear. Minor creasing and soiling to covers. 20c in red ink inside cover. Text shows yellowing but is clean and unmarked.

"No one will believe the truth about the Alerionia people's plot to claim the almost untouched planet of New Europe. Only Gunnar Heim, space-age patriot, will risk his own death and the destruction of interplanetary peace to bring freedom to this strange new world of surreal people, walking forests, slaughter machines--and the haunting memories of lost love."; 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall
002210 
Price: 3.65 USD

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7 Anderson, Poul Three Worlds to Conquer
New York Pyramid Books 1964 First Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good 
Illustrated by Gaughan, Jack (cover)

Pyramid R-994, 143 pp. Paperback original, first printing. Originally appeared as a serial in If, January - March, 1964. Slight edge wear, binding tight. Pages tanned but text is clean and unmarked. An attractive copy.

"Three Worlds:
"Jupiter - where no human could live - but where men had strange allies . . . and stranger enemies!
"Ganymede - where human settler lay helpless under the guns of a spaceship directed by a madman!
"Earth - freed from a planet-wide tyranny, but facing total destruction from space!
"The destinies of three worlds were strangely linked - and in the hands of a man sentenced to instant death! "; 6" - 7" Tall
008052 
Price: 5.50 USD

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