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Hasan by  Piers Anthony - Paperback - First Printing - 1986 - from Camp Hill Books and Biblio.com

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Hasan

by Anthony, Piers

Condition: Fine


New York: Tor Books, 1986. Book. Illus. by Maitz, Don (Cover art) & Barr, George (map). Fine. Mass Market Paperback. First Printing. 242 pages plus ads. Stated first Tor printing January 1986. "In the days of Sinbad, the handsome young merchant Hasan quests forth from Bassorah, seeking great wealth. But Lo! The hand of Allah sets the youth upon a rare journey--into the heart of deadly adventure, unearthly peril...and magic." Clean and unmarked with toning inside covers; spine uncreased..

Cover art by Stephen E. Fabian.




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