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Through the Ice by  Robert  Piers; Kornwise - Paperback - 1992 - from Camp Hill Books and

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Through the Ice

by Anthony, Piers; Kornwise, Robert

Condition: Near Fine

New York: Baen Books, 1992. Book. Near Fine. Mass Market Paperback. 290 pages plus ads. Stated first paperback printing April 1992. "Seth is whisked from fighting teenage punks in Michigan to being part of a quest--along with Tirsa the telepath, Rame the faun, and Vidav the giant--when he falls through the ice." Clean and unmarked with tiny ding to top of front cover; spine uncreased..


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