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1 Tubb, E. C. Kalin (Dumarest of Terra Series #4)
New York Ace Books 1978 Mass Market Paperback Very Good+ 

Slight creasing to spine, slight yellowing.

Dumarest Series #4. "Dumarest was a man without family, house or guild. In his time he had been a gambler, a rich man, a slave -- but always a wanderer, and a man who travelled alone . . . until he met a strange and beautiful girl who could see the future."; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall
Price: 4.50 USD

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2 Tubb, E. C. Nectar of Heaven (Dumarest of Terra #24)
New York DAW Books 1981 First Printing Mass Market Paperback Good 
Illustrated by Kelly, Ken W. (cover)

Cover somewhat creased, some edgewear/bumping, back cover shows some soiling/staining. Text somewhat yellowed. A clean, unmarked copy.

"The planet had two unique elements. One was that it produced the galaxy’s most elusive and most desirable hallucinatory drug. The other was that it was a stock brokers’ paradise. The world was split into rich men’s holdings and every day, every hour, every minute these were being traded on a continuous stock market. Up and down went values nd rights as men conspired to seize other’s properties, to push prices down and cost up. Their money game controlled everything else...Earl Dumarest went there to find his next stake. Find the drug-gem or manipulate the market-two possibilities. But behind the scenes stood the advisors of the inhuman Cyclan determined to fix the odds against Dumarest."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
Price: 6.95 USD

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3 Tubb, E. C. S.T.A.R. Flight
New York Warner Books 1973 Second Printing Mass Market Paperback Near Fine 

Corners slightly bumped, slight edge wear, a little yellowing. A tight, attractive copy.

"The Kaltich invaders sell their Eathman serfs a rejuvenation process that cruelly prolongs life. The Kaltichs also promise to share their secret for instantaneous space travel desperately needed by a barbaric, overpopulated Earth. But decades pass and Earth is no closer to the stars. Yet the Kaltichs continue to strip Earth of its riches and its pride.
Only the Secret Terran Armed Resistance movement opposes the Kaltich tyranny. And only Martin Preston, S.T.A.R. agent, can possibly steal their secrets. If he fails . . . "; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
Price: 3.90 USD

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4 Dain, Alex & Tubb, E. C. The Bane of Kanthos / Kalin (Ace Double #42800)
New York Ace Books 1969 First Edition Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 
Illustrated by Morrow, Gray [cover]; Schoenherr, John [cover]

Ace Double #42800; The Bane of Kanthos 124 pp., Kalin 131 pp. This is the first publication for both these novels ("Kalin," # 4 in the Dumarest series, was subsequently reissued several times in other editions). Spine slightly slanted, single reading crease at each hinge, very minor edgewear. Text starting to yellow, but clean and unmarked. A nice copy.

The Bane of Kanthos: "Far from the bloody fields of Anzor, high in the Dark Tower of the Masters, the man who was now known as Rocar stood feeling the inky onslaught of the Shadow against his mind. And as he felt the first touch of Darkness, fear came at last to him. But now Rocar fought as he had never before - mentally not physically. The Bane of Kanthos would not conquer him . . . not while a kingdom depended upon him as their sole champion."
Kalin: "The strange girl, Kalin, could visualize the terrors that were to come. Dumarest realized her mysterious talent and tried his best to utilize it to stave off those future disasters. Together the two had managed thus to survive Bloodtime on Logis, catastrophe in space, and the specter of enslavement on desolate Chron. But always her image of the future drew closer and always her visions grew chillingly sharper."; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall
Price: 4.00 USD

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5 Tubb, E. C. The Terra Data (Dumarest of Terra #22)
New York D A W Books, Incorporated 1980 First Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good+ 
Illustrated by Mariano, Michael (cover)

Slight bumping/edgewear. A clean, attractive copy. A paperback original.

"That there was ever a planet called Earth only Earl Dumarest believed. He had been seeking it a long time, though nobody else at the crowded galactic center believed in it. He had acquired some bits of information during his search outwards: a Terrestrial zodiac, an authentic painting of Luna, a general series of hints that he was getting closer. Then he learned of a man who knew where Earth was, who had the special coordinates that would take a starship directly to it! The man had lived on Elysius, and his widow knew where his data were. She demanded a price from Dumarest—a chore that involved a mining expedition which would bring her back a fortune and him the information. But Elysius was not the Elysium its name projected—and the Terra data not so rapidly come by!"; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
Price: 5.95 USD

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6 Tubb, E. C. World of Promise (Dumarest of Terra #23)
New York DAW Books 1980 First Printing Mass Market Paperback Good+ 
Illustrated by Kelly, Ken W. (cover)

Spine very slightly slanted, cover shows minor edgewear & scuffing & slight creasing. Text beginning to yellow, but clean and unmarked.

"Ascelius was an academic world, whose primary business was teaching the knowledge of the thousands of worlds, and housing great universities and colleges, populated by students and scholars from all over the galaxy. Such a world was surely the place to learn of the legendary planet called Earth, Dumarest went to Ascelius, and , indeed, he found that there had once been a study group for Earth lore. To find the remnants of it, to seek out the discarded files of their discussions, was not easy. Not when the dreaded Cyber already had a toe-hold on Ascelius, and genetic engineering of man and monster was the latest fad. But Dumarest was not a quitter. Whatever the tests might demand, he would not flunk out although it might mean death for others—and possibly himself."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
Price: 6.95 USD

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