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Lucky Starr and the Big Sun Mercury

by Asimov, Isaac (writing as Paul French)

Condition: Very Good

Signet/New American Library, 1972. T4925, 142 pages, pictorial cover with black & green ltrs, original price was 75 cents, yellow printers ink on edges, corners/edges/ and head-heel of spine are nicked, tight. The barren crust of Mercury lay covered by a network of wire designed to harness the dazzling blaze of the sun and send it sizzling through hyperspace. But someone is sabotaging the top secret mission PROJECT LIGHT.. 1st Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

Signet #T4925. Cover art by Bob Pepper.


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