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Outpost , MacKay, Scott
1 Outpost  MacKay, Scott
Hardcover. Library donation inkstamp on last page. Otherwise very clean; pages bright; binding tight. Language: English.  
Price: 12.00 USD
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Relatives: A Novel , Effinger, George Alec
2 Relatives: A Novel  Effinger, George Alec
0060111496 / 9780060111496 Good.  
Hardcover. Stated 1st edition hardcover with dustjacket 1973 Harper. Clean, intact; label residue inside cover. HEAVY WEAR to jacket; flaps creased. 212pp. Language: English. Keywords: contemporary, literature.  
Price: 7.00 USD
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The Book of Ian Watson , Watson, Ian
3 The Book of Ian Watson  Watson, Ian
0961297034 / 9780961297039 Good.  
Hardcover. Stated 1st edition hardcover with dustjacket 1985 Mark V. Ziesing. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. Light-to-average wear. Stories, nonfiction, and essays (some reprinted from magazines; a few new) by this important British writer. Language: English. NOTE: Cannot ship outside U.S. via Global Priority -- Surface or Airmail only.  
Price: 11.00 USD
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The Maquisarde , Marley, Louise
4 The Maquisarde  Marley, Louise
0441011071 / 9780441011070 New.  
Paperback. Brand-new 1st mass-market paperback printing 2004 Ace. Superclean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight; never read. Gift-giving condition. 385 pages. Language: English. 'Marley reinvents the World War II French resistance movement in a future world divided, haves from have-nots, by the Line of Partition, which totally blockades traffic, trade, and even medical aid. Have-not nations are supposedly rife with plague, fallout, and war after the economic crash when oil reserves ran out. The most powerful nations weathered the crash to form InCo. Under a ruthless general commanding a considerable army, InCo also controls major news networks. Flutist Ebriel Serique lives with her husband and daughter in Paris and doesn't think too often about the other side of the Line. Then husband and daughter are murdered, supposedly because their yacht crossed the Line with medical supplies. InCo gives Ebriel no answers, and when she reveals her situation on an underground network, she is incarcerated and kept dosed with tranquilizers. But a secret resistance movement led by a badly crippled, charismatic scientist frees her, and through fierce action, Ebriel rediscovers the ability to care and love. Marley never lets polemic overwhelm plot in this passionate story.'--Roberta Johnson, Booklist.  
Price: 5.00 USD
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