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Marked Cards

by George R. R. Martin

Condition: Very Good


Riverdale, NY: Baen, 1994. first. Mass Paperback. Very Good. Barclay Shaw. First edition. Almost like new. Tiny corner crease to front cover. Baen mass paperback, first edition, first printing March 1994 (stated), ISBN: 9780671722128. 434 pages, cover art by Barclay Shaw. 12mo (4.25"" x 6.75"") 14th in Wild Cards series, collects these stories into a novel: The Color of His Skin, by Stephen Leigh; Feeding Frenzy, by Walter Jon Williams; Two of a Kind, by Walton Simons; My Sweet Lord, by Victor Miln; Paths of Silence and of Night, by Leanne C. Harper; A Breath of Life, by Sage Walker; A Dose of Reality, by Laura J. Mixon and Melinda M. Snodgrass.


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