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1 Bova, Ben (editor) Analog Science Fiction, Science Fact January 1978
New York Conde Nast 1978 Magazine Good 


Covers are creased, some chipping. Front cover, first few pages appear to have gotten damp at some point and dried a bit wavy.

Magazine issue for January, 1978, Vol 98 No. 1
Cover story is "Actions Speak Louder" by Sam Nicholson. Other stories: "Devil You Don't Know" by Dean Ing, "The Promised Land" by Stanley Schmidt, "Reaction Time" by L.E. Modesitt, Jr., "The Tank and its Wife" by Arsen Darnay, and "The Gift of Prometheus" by Kevin O'Donnel, Jr.; 6" - 7" Tall
001017 
Price: 4.45 USD

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2 Bova, Ben (editor) Analog Science Fiction, Science Fact March 1978
New York Conde Nast 1978 Magazine Good 


Covers a bit creased. Some shelf wear/chipping/darkening.

Cover story is "Moontrack" by George W. Olney. Other stories include "The Broken Dome" by Vonda N. McIntyre, "The Outcasts of Heaven Belt", Part 2 of 3 by Joan D. Vinge, "Too Much at Steak" by Gary D. Douglass, "To Keep and Bear Arms" by Larry Matthews, and "Science Fiction Crossword Puzzle" by Felix Polz.; 6" - 7" Tall
001018 
Price: 4.75 USD

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3 Bova, Ben Moonrise
New York Avon 1996 0380973022 / 9780380973026 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket 
Illustrated by Moore, Chris (jacket)

Black over light blue cloth boards, bright blue lettering, stated first edition, 417 pp. Slight edge wear and just a bit of fading along top edge of boards. Jacket in new Brodart, price clipped, slight edge wear. An attractive copy.

"Moonbase is little more than a dream. A privatized former government lunar project, it consists of a dozen cramped, interconnected 'temporary' shelters buried below piles of regolith rubble. But ex-astronaut Paul Stavenger envisions the majestic domed city Moonbase must inevitably become: a bustling center for manufacturing and scientific development vital to the interests of the Earth and all humankind. Yet only his wife, Joanna Masterson Stavenger, has the power to derail the corporate opposition that could dismantle the financially troubled installation to which her husband has dedeicated his life and future.
The Moon and its mysteries have captivated the Stavengers -- and it will continue to exert is mysterious power on the family through subsequent generations. For in the gray lunar dust, battlelines are to be drawn between innovative creators who would mine the heavens for its riches . . . and craven destroyers ruthlesslyt dedicated to enacting a nightmarish nanotechnological revenge somewhere on the merciless scorched expanse of the Mare Nubium."; 7" - 9" Tall
000664 
Price: 12.75 USD

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