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1 Dickson, Gordon R. Dorsai!
New York Ace Books 1980 Mass Market Paperback Very Good 


Spine slightly curved/creased, minor edgewear/bumping, remainder mark, light crease on back cover. Text starting to yellow, but clean and unmarked.

"Dorsai! Not all the other worlds of men combined would dare to try conclusions with that one world of soldiers born and bred. More than wealth, more than fame, more than beauty, that name sets them apart from ordinary humanity. But though it is the heritage of them all, still it belongs more to one certain individual than all the rest. His name is Donal Graeme. He is the ultimate, perfect man of war. This is his story."; Remainder; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
003374 
Price: 2.25 USD

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2 Dickson, Gordon R. Forward!
New York Baen Books 1985 0671559710 / 9780671559717 Second Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good 
Illustrated by Chadwick, Paul (cover)

Spine, covers slightly creased. Slight shelf wear.

Eleven tales by a top notch science fiction author, with an introduction by editor Sandra Miesel.
"What can measure the advancement of Man? The eye, which sees the stars and knows we soon will reach them? The mind, which catalogs more knowledge than was dreamed of in ancient philosophies? Or perhaps the heart, the fount and spring of all our desires?
No sky can set a limit to the soaring spirit of man. He who best uses his eyes, and his mind, and his heart, will blaze the way -- a way that lesser men can only hope to follow."; 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall
000855 
Price: 3.95 USD

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3 Dickson, Gordon R. Naked to the Stars
New York, NY D A W Books, Incorporated 1977 Mass Market Paperback Good+ 
Illustrated by Lehr, Paul (cover)

Spine/covers slightly creased, corners bumped, some darkening/scuffing, minor edge wear.

"The story of a star soldier who, during a battle against a non-human foe on a far planet, somehow lost sixteen hours from his memory. Discharged for the potential danger those lost hours might have programmed, Cal Truant made it his fixation to uncover the mystery buried in his mind-to find out what had happened in those missing hours-and block the peril it might present to his fellow troopers, to his war command, and to the planet for which they fought-Earth."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
001398 
Price: 3.45 USD

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4 Dickson, Gordon R. None But Man
New York, NY D A W Books, Incorporated 1977 Second Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good+ 


Spine slightly creased, corners bumped, some darkening.

"Out there. . . beyond the frontier. . . beyond the last human settlement in the Pleiades, lay the territory of the Moldaug: alien, menacing things from far, inhuman stars who were gathering their forces for war. And it seemed that the people of the Old Worlds, in unreasonable and unreasoning fear, were preparing to sacrifice the colonies of the New Worlds in a cowardly attempt to avert that war. . . But not is frontiersman Cully When had anything to do with it! A beautifully detailed description of space-age guerrilla warfare and age-old human obstinacy."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
001397 
Price: 2.95 USD

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5 Dickson, Gordon R. The Outposter
New York Manor Books 1973 Mass Market Paperback Good 


Spine slanted/somewhat creased, some edgewear/bumping/creasing. Cover somewhat scuffed. Bookseller stamp on inside cover & price marked out. Text is starting to yellow but is clean and unmarked.

"The Outposters, a token band of specially trained experts, were given the task of guiding the exiled colonists in their harsh new environment and protecting them from the treachery of the enemy Meda V’Dans. But the problems seemed insurmountable. For Earth was indifferent to her superfluous population and supply lines ran thin. The colonists were considered disposable ‘garbage.’ But one young Outposter, Mark Ten Roos, had an old score to settle with the Meda V’Dans. Years ago they had killed his parents and now they had crippled his adopter father. His plan was a daring challenge to the system. But could he change the odds?"; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall
003009 
Price: 3.75 USD

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6 Dickson, Gordon R. Wolfling
New York Baen Books 1985 0671559621 / 9780671559625 Mass Market Paperback Good 


Spine somewhat slanted/creased, cover creased, some edgewear/bumping, cracking at pp. 1 & 123. A clean, unmarked copy.

"A hundred years in our future, the first expedition from Earth reaches Alpha Centauri only to discover a vast human empire, long-established and sternly ruled by the aristocratic High-born. In a stroke Earth becomes merely another primitive outpost, its people dubbed ‘wolflings’ by the rulers of the Throne World. Painstakingly chosen and meticulously trained, Jim Keil was sent merely to observe conditions on the Throne World. The High-born would consider him no more than a diversion. . . until Keil cast away his orders from Earth and proved a Wolfling indeed."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
003051 
Price: 2.95 USD

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