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BRAIN TWISTER by Mark Phillips - Paperback - First Edition - 1962 - from Ravenswood Books and


by Mark Phillips

Condition: Good

Pyramid Books. Good. 1962. First Edition. Softcover. 1489539107 . Pyramid Books 1st printing 1962. Moderate edgewear and several creases on cover/spine, tilted spine, small tears spine bottom, booksellers stamps inside cover, first blank endpage excised. No loose pages - one page seen with several small stains, otherwise clean, age tanning. Pseudonym of Lawrence Janifer & Randall Garrett. 1960 Hugo Finalist for Best Novel. "1971 - the fantastic story of a spy who could read minds!"; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; Agent Kenneth Malone must track down a mind-reading spy who is picking vital secrets out of the brains of the United States' most closely guarded scientists. (*lower shipping avail to all locations) [95-osl] .


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