The Best of Fredric Brown ( Earthmen Bearing Gifts; Jaycee; Pi in the Sky; Answer; The Geezenstacks; Hall of Mirrors; Knock; Rebound; Star Mouse; Abominable; Letter to a Phoenix; Not Yet the End; Etaoin Shrdlu; Armageddon; Experiment )
by Brown, Fredric, Edited with an Introduction by Robert Bloch
Condition: Very Good+/Good
Garden City, N.Y.: Nelson Doubleday By Arrangement with Ballantine, 1976, 1st Hardcover Edition, 1st Printing ( Book Club Edition ), 1976. -----------hardcover, a Very Good+ copy, in an attractive Good dustjacket with light edge wear mainly at spine tips, contents include: Arena; Imagine; It Didn't Happen; Recessional; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (with Carl Onspaugh;) Puppet Show; Nightmare in Yellow; Earthmen Bearing Gifts; Jaycee; Pi in the Sky; Answer; The Geezenstacks; Hall of Mirrors; Knock; Rebound; Star Mouse; Abominable; Letter to a Phoenix; Not Yet the End; Etaoin Shrdlu; Armageddon; Experiment; The Short Happy Life of Eustace Weaver I, II, III; Reconciliation; Nothing Sirius; Pattern; The Yehudi Principle; Come and Go Mad; and The End, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Good. Illus. by Richard Corben Cover Art.
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