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THE PROTEUS OPERATION by  James P Hogan - Paperback - 1986 - from Ravenswood Books and Biblio.co.uk

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THE PROTEUS OPERATION

by Hogan, James P

Condition: Very Good


Bantam Books. Very Good. 1986. Mass Market Paperbac. 055325698x . Pages clean and tight, no markings, age tanning to page edges and inside covers. Cover has light edge and corner wear, light scuffing, crease on spine. When malcontents from a utopian twenty-first century use their time gate to transform Hitler into an invincible conqueror, a band of freedom-fighting Americans launches the Proteus project and builds a second time gate. [210-noto] ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 407 pages .


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Mass Market
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12mo
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