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A Midsummer Tempest
Poul Anderson

March 1975

$4.00 (NF)

The Godwhale
T.J. Bass

November 1975

$4.00 (NF)

Beyond the Golden Stair
Beyond the Golden Stair
Hannes Bok

November 1970

$9.00 (NF)

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Beyond the Golden Stair Beyond the Golden Stair

by Hannes Bok

Ballantine Books, November 1970

Cover art by Gervasio Gallardo

Synopsis:
Hibbert, an imprisoned innocent, is caught up in the jailbreak of his cellmate Scarlatti, engineered by another man, Burks. Forcing Hibbert to accompany them, Scarlatti and Burks make for the Florida Everglades. There they encounter a golden stairway extending into the sky. Ascending, they find a pool defended by a blue flamingo. Another stairway leads them to the land of Khoire, a strange and mysterious paradise ...
The Ginger Star
Leigh Brackett

May 1974

$4.00

The Hounds of Skaith
The Hounds of Skaith
Leigh Brackett

October 1974

$4.00

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The Hounds of Skaith The Hounds of Skaith

by Leigh Brackett

Ballantine Books, October 1974

Cover art by Jim Steranko

Synopsis:
More beast than man! Stark had killed the king-dog Flay on the plains of Worldheart. Now he was the leader of the ferocious Northhounds - nine great white beasts that responded to his every command. But should they ever turn on him, the hounds could prove more deadly than any enemy on that hostile planet...

Volume 2 of The Book of Skaith.

The Reavers of Skaith
Leigh Brackett

August 1976

$4.00

The Long Tomorrow
Leigh Brackett

December 1974

$5.00

John Carter of Mars
E.R. Burroughs

April 1970

$4.00 (VG+)

Llana of Gathol
E.R. Burroughs

February 1969

$3.00 (G)

Swords of Mars
E.R. Burroughs

July 1963

$5.00 (NF)

Synthetic Men of Mars
E.R. Burroughs

February 1969

$5.00 (NF)

The Warlord of Mars
E.R. Burroughs

February 1969

$4.00 (VG+)

Tarzan the Untamed
E.R. Burroughs

July 1963

$5.00 (NF)

The Son of Tarzan
E.R. Burroughs

July 1963

$3.50 (G)

Tarzan and the Golden Lion
E.R. Burroughs

October 1969

$3.00 (VG)

Figures of Earth
James B. Cabell

November 1969

$9.00 (NF)

Something About Eve
Something About Eve
James B. Cabell

March 1971

$9.00 (NF)

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Something About Eve Something About Eve

by James Branch Cabell

Ballantine Books, March 1971

Cover art by Bob Pepper

Synopsis:
The novel "shows its non-hero feebly intending to gain promised glory awaiting in the land of 'Antan' but forever delayed on Mispec Moor, wearing literal rose-colored spectacles and beguiled by the woman Maya, while bolder folk like Solomon and Odysseus pass by on the road to Antan."

This is the eleventh volume of the Biography of the Life of Manuel.

The Cream of the Jest
The Cream of the Jest
James B. Cabell

September 1971

$10.00

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The Cream of the Jest The Cream of the Jest

by James Branch Cabell

Ballantine Books, September 1971

Cover art by Brian Froud

Synopsis:
A clerk named Horvendile is in love with the heroine, Ettare, but sees her as the ideal woman who is in all desired women. He brings about the climactic confrontation between hero and villain. After the hero wins, Horvendile reveals to him and Ettare that they are characters in a book and that he is the Author's stand-in.

This is the eighteenth volume of the Biography of the Life of Manuel.

The High Place
The High Place
James B. Cabell

February 1970

$10.00

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The High Place The High Place

by James Branch Cabell

Ballantine Books, February 1970

Cover art by Frank C. Papé

Synopsis:
In the sulphurous The High Place, the amoral hero Florian enters the sleeping-beauty story. Complications ensue: the first-born child is forfeit to Satan, and an irascible saint is eager to call down holy fire on transgressors. Florian treads close to damnation and is saved only when Satan and the angel Michael conspire to let recent events become, again, a dream.

This is the ninth volume of the Biography of the Life of Manuel.

The Silver Stallion
The Silver Stallion
James B. Cabell

August 1969

$9.00 (NF)

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The Silver Stallion The Silver Stallion

by James Branch Cabell

Ballantine Books, August 1969

Cover art by Bob Pepper

Synopsis:
Lalette Asterhax could not escape her destiny. She was a hereditary witch in a world where witchcraft was banned by ecclesiastical and temporal powers. And any man who possessed her would then gain possession of her precious Blue Star…and all the powers it could bestow.
The Compleat Enchanter
de Camp & Pratt

April 1976

$5.00

Mistress of Mistresses
E.R.R. Eddison

May 1968

$6.00

A Fish Dinner in Memison
E.R.R. Eddison

September 1970

$6.00

Icerigger
Icerigger
Alan Dean Foster

March 1974

$3.50 (VG+)

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Icerigger Icerigger

by Alan Dean Foster

Ballantine Books, March 1974

Cover art by Dean Ellis

Synopsis:
Ethan Fortune was simple salesman — knowledgeable and civilized . . . a sophisticated traveler between many worlds. But he had certainly never thought of himself as a hero. Skua September, on the other hand, never thought of himself as anything else. A matched pair, if ever there was one! When the two of them were suddenly stranded on a deadly frozen world, Ethan Fortune incredibly found himself cast in the role of Leader. And he didn't find that at all amusing . . .
The Tar-Aiym Krang
Alan Dean Foster

February 1975

$4.00

A Guide to Middle Earth
Robert Foster

August 1974

$4.00

Gather, Darkness
Fritz Leiber

May 1975

$4.00

Decision at Doona
Anne McCaffrey

April 1975

$4.00 (NF)

The Ship Who Sang
Anne McCaffrey

February 1976

$4.00 (VG+)

The Well at the World's End 1
The Well at the World's End 1
William Morris

August 1970

$10.00

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The Well at the World's End Volume 1 The Well at the World's End Volume 1

by William Morris

Ballantine Books, August 1970

Cover art by Gervasio Gallardo

Synopsis:
The story of Peter, King of Upmeads, and his four sons, Blaise, Hugh, Gregory, and Ralph. These four decide to explore the world, and from that point on the plot centers on the youngest son, Ralph. an epic romance of duplicity, machination, passion, and wizardry, and is, in short, a vast odyssey into the weird. It is a beautifully rich fantasy: part futuristic fantasy novel, part old-fashioned fairy tale.
Merlin's Godson
H. Warner Munn

September 1976

$4.00

A Hole in Space
Larry Niven

March 1976

$4.00

Neutron Star
Larry Niven

May 1976

$4.00

Protector
Larry Niven

July 1976

$3.00 (VG+)

Ringworld
Larry Niven

September 1976

$3.00 (G)

The Flight of the Horse
Larry Niven

May 1976

$3.00 (VG+)

World of Ptavvs
Larry Niven

December 1975

$3.00 (VG+)

Titus Alone
Mervyn Peake

1968

$10.00

The Hobbit
J.R.R. Tolkien

September 1974

$6.00

The Making of Star Trek
Rodenberry

July 1970

$6.00 (VG+)