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Tom Swift and His Aquatomic Tracker (Series: Tom Swift 23.) by  Victor (House pseudonym used by Jim Lawrence.) Appleton II - First Edition - from Grant Thiessen / BookIT Inc. and Biblio.com

Tom Swift and His Aquatomic Tracker (Series: Tom Swift 23.)

by Appleton II, Victor (House pseudonym used by Jim Lawrence.)

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Grosset & Dunlap [1964], reprint. (Hardcover in decorated boards) Very good. ... 22 titles listed on the back cover. Spine slant. Previous owner's label. This is probably not the true first state of the book, as this copy does not have the ad reported to be included in the true first edition. ... House pseudonym used by Jim Lawrence. ... Series: Tom Swift 23. ... (Science Fiction).


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