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Skysweeper by  Don Pendleton - Paperback - First Edition - 1984 - from Snowball Bookshop and Biblio.com

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Skysweeper

by Pendleton, Don

Condition: Very Good-


Toronto, Canada: Worldwide, 1984 Book. Very Good-. Mass Market Paperback. First Edition. Very good - mass market paperback. May be some rubbing and minor shelfwear. May also be some minor creasing to spine due to reading wear. Overall a nice clean tight copy..

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