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Mutants (Science Fiction Shorts) by  Isaac (editor & introduction); Martin Harry Greenberg and Charles Waugh (editors) Asimov - First Edition - 1982 - from Shannon's Bookshelf and

Mutants (Science Fiction Shorts)

by Asimov, Isaac (editor & introduction); Martin Harry Greenberg and Charles Waugh (editors)

Condition: Good to Very Good/No Jacket

Milwaukee/Oxford: Raintree Publishers / Blackwell Raintree, 1982. "Science Fiction Shorts" series. 46 pages. Ex-school library, only lightly circulated: with spine label, barcode to rear cover, property stamps to all endpapers, pocket removed from rear pastedown, and "discard" in pen to flyleaf and rear fep. Otherwise bright and clean, binding tight and square, corners sharp. Light wear to extremities. Classic SF short stories reprinted in illustrated format for young people. This volume includes "The Better Choice" by S. Fowler Wright; "Prone" by Mack Reynolds; "Barney" by Will Stanton; "Lost Love" by Algis Budrys. Search this seller's books for other volumes in this series.. First Edition. Pictorial Hard Cover. Good to Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by William Ersland. 6.75 x 9.5 in.. Ex-Library.


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