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1 ANON.: The Episode Guide to the Galaxy.
London: Future Publishing, 1996. 
"Fact-packed episode guides to: Babylon 5, Star Trek: Voyager, Space: 1999". P/b with illustrated cover; crease to rear cover. G+. 
Price: 3.00 GBP
2 ANTHONY, Piers. Total Recall.
New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc.,1989. 0688052096 0688052096 / 9780688052096 
1st ed. Based on Philip K.Dick's short story "We Can Remember It For You Wholesale" this is the novelisation of the 1990 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Pp.246, red endpapers. Grey cloth spine with lighter grey boards, illustrated d/w designed by Teresa Bonner has minor edge wear and has clear protective wrap. VG/G+. 
Price: 20.00 GBP
3 BEAR, Greg.: Legacy.
London: Legend Books, 1995. 
1st ed. Science fiction. "A magnificent return to the Universe of Eon." Pp. 409. Black cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated d/w. VG/G+. 
Price: 8.50 GBP
4 BEAR, Greg.: Moving Mars.
London: Legend Books, 1993. 
1st ed. Science Fiction. "Set two hundred years in the future, Greg Bear's new novel covers politics and love, and employs the epic scientific vision for which he is justly famous." Pp. 452. Turquoise green cloth, illustrated d/w slightly chipped. VG/G+. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
5 BENET, Stephen Vincent.: Thirteen O'Clock. Stories of Several Worlds.
1st ed. Short stories including "The Devil and Daniel Webster" which was later made into a play, an opera and a film under the title 'All That Money Can Buy'. Pp.344, endpapers browned, owners bookplate(Z.Deshaw. 'Aquila Non Captat Muscas') to verso front board, ink numbers to fep. Green cloth,yellow title to spine. G+. 
Price: 45.00 GBP
6 BISCHOFF, David.: Alien Island. (Gerry Anderson's Space Precinct).
London: HarperCollins. 1996. 
"All species are welcome to the fun and games on Dreek Island, even humans - as long as they have proven themselves in law enforcement. And as long as they are guys". Pp 257, inkstamp to verso front cover. P/b, slight creasing to spine and scuff to rear cover. G+. 
Price: 3.00 GBP
7 CLARKE, Arthur C.: The Ghost from the Grand Banks.
New York: Bantam Books, 1990. 
1st ed. Science fiction. "A novel of the race to raise the Titanic." Pp. 10/274, occasional b/w illustrations. Pink cloth with black spine, illustrated d/w. VG/G+. 
Price: 8.50 GBP
8 CLARKE, Arthur C.: The Sentinel.
London: Panther Books, 1985. 
"The book is a magnificent collection of Clarke's finest shorter fiction spanning four decades, including 'The Sentinel', 'Guardian Angel', and 'The Songs of Distant Earth'." Stunningly illustrated with ten plates by internationally acclaimed artist Lebbeus Woods. Pp.299.with b/w illustrations. P/b with illustrated cover. G+. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
9 DELANY, Samuel R.(editor).: Nebula Winners Thirteen.
New York: Harper & Row, 1980. 
1st ed. Stories include: Harlan Ellison - Jeffty is Five; John Varley - Air Raid; Racoona Sheldon - The Screwfly Solution; Edward Bryant - Particle Theory; Spider and Jeanne Robinson - Stardance; Vonda N. McIntyre - Aztecs. There is a list of all the Nebula Winners 1965-1977 at the end. Pp.14/239. Grey cloth spine over blue boards with sunning to top and tail of spine, d/w . VG/VG. 
Price: 15.00 GBP
10 GILDEN, Mel and PEDERSEN, Ted.: The Pet. (Star Trek. Deep Space Nine).
New York: Pocket Books, 1994. 
"When the freighter Ulysses docks at D59, an animal escapes from one of the crewmembers and heads straight for Jake Sisko". Pp 112, slight toning to pages, owners inkstamp to verso front cover, some b/w illustrations. P/b, illustrated cover. G+. 
Price: 3.00 GBP
11 HARRISON, Harry, & HOLM, John.: King and Emperor. (The Hammer and the Cross - Book 3).
London: Legend Books, 1996. 
1st ed. Science fiction. "Now, in the powerful conclusion to Harry Harrison's acclaimed trilogy, Shef must face the reborn power of the Holy Roman Emperor." Pp. 452, creased and torn rear endpaper. Dark red cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated d/w. G+/G. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
12 HARRISON, Harry. Sense of Obligation.
London: Denis Dobson, 1967. 
Published in the USA under the title 'Planet of the Damned'. "Brion Brandd of the Galactic CRF had been sent to salvage the planet Dis, a harsh, inhospitable and dangerous place. The Disans, sub-humans, made it worse - they had only one desire - kill!" Pp.135. Black cloth, d/w designed by Richard Weaver has rubbed patch to top front affecting the end of the titile. VG/G+. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
13 HARRISON, Harry.: Galactic Dreams.
London: Legend Books (Random), 1994. 
"Many of the author's finest short stories are collected here in the illustrated companion volume to the acclaimed 'Stainless Steel Visions'. And there is a brand new 'Bill, The Galactic Hero'." Pp.188 with b/w illustrations. P/b with illustrated cover. G+. 
Price: 4.50 GBP
14 HARRISON, Harry.: Rebel in Time.
London: Granada Publishing Ltd., 1983. 
1st ed. "A brilliant, action-crammed novel of violence, intrigue and paradox by one of the top authors on the contemporary science fiction scene". Pp. 271. Orange cloth, d/w. VG/VG. 
Price: 14.00 GBP
15 HARRISON, Harry.: Skyfall.
London: Faber & Faber, 1976. 
1st ed. "In this masterful and brilliantly suspenseful novel Harry Harrison traces a tale of incredible terror". Pp. 270, frontis. Dark green cloth, illustd. d/w. VG/VG. 
Price: 20.00 GBP
16 HARRISON, Harry.: The California Iceberg.
London: Faber & Faber, 1975. 
1st ed. "The California Iceberg not only tells an exciting story, but suggests fascinating possibilities for scientific advance in the not too distant future." Pp. 64. Turquoise blue cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated d/w, price-clipped. VG/G+. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
17 HEINLEIN, Robert A.: The Cat Who Walks Through Walls: A Comedy of Manners.
Sevenoaks: New English Library. 1986. 
1st British ed. Science Fiction. "By turns witty and wise, hilariously funny and heart-breakingly tragic." 22.3cms. x 14cms. Pp. 374. Dark blue cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated d/w. VG/VG. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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18 LANGLEY, Roger. Think Tank.
Ipswich: Escape, 1984. 0 
Small Press publication based on the cult 1960's TV series "The Prisoner" - starring Patrick McGoohan. "This book follows the timescale of the episodes, putting the abduction and subsequent escape of Number 6 in 1966, the year actor Patrick McGoohan took on the role...The story commences in April 1967, just after his 39th birthday back at home. The action finds him elsewhere for his 40th birthday, eventually reaching as far as - well, wait and see." Pp.124, black & white photo of the Houses of Parliament to inside front cover, and of "The Village"(Portmeirion) to inside rear cover. Paperback, has an illustration of a windmill with the letter 'F' in red and a black swastika to the centre of the sails to front, and black & white photos of six of the characters from the TV series to rear cover. There is a small bump to the base of the spine and a tiny chip to the top edge near the spine. A very good copy of a scarce item! 
Price: 25.00 GBP
19 McCAFFREY, Anne.: Dragonsdawn.
New York: A Del Rey Book, Ballantine Books, 1988. 
1st ed. Science fiction. Pp. 431/1 Biography, map endpapers. Cream boards with white cloth spine, gilt title to spine, illustrated d/w has clear protective wrap. VG/G+. 
Price: 15.00 GBP
20 McCAFFREY, Anne.: Killashandra.
New York: Bantam Press, 1986, 
1st ed. Science fiction. Pp. 290. Purple cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated d/w. VG/G+. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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