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REPORT ON PROBABILITY A by  Brian W Aldiss - Paperback - First Edition - 1968 - from Ravenswood Books and Biblio.co.uk

REPORT ON PROBABILITY A

by Aldiss, Brian W

Condition: Very Good


New York: Lancer Books. Very Good. 1968. First Edition. Softcover. Light edge/corner wear, tiny tears spine ends, light creasing, a little scuffing. Internal pages are clean and unmarked. Age tanning to pages and inside covers. "An ominous sequence unfolds when it is revealed that strangely intriguing Mrs Mary is being watched from her garden by a trio of strange characters - G, S and C - who are in turn being watched by another observer, who is being watched by a solitary figure on a hill in a third dimension, who is being watched by a group of men in New York, who are being watched by a clairvoyant's prying mind... In this bizarre and brilliant novel nothing is certain and everything is relative..." (*Shipping will be reduced on this small book) ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall .


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