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Redshift Rendezvous by  John E Stith - Paperback - First Mass Market Paperback Printing - 1990 - from Bookmarc Books and

Redshift Rendezvous

by Stith, John E

Condition: Good/No Jacket

New York: Ace Books, 1990. Above average reading copy of this Nebula nominated novel. Interiors are tightly bound and unmarked. Covers show creasing and chipping. Spine is chipped and creased with rubs to the points. Above average reading copy and quite usable.. First Mass Market Paperback Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Alan M. Clark - Cover Art . 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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