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Wild Cards VI: Ace in the Hole: A Wild Cards Mosaic Novel by  George R. R. (editor) [Various contributors] MARTIN - Signed First Edition - 1988 - from Cleveland Book Company and Biblio.com

Wild Cards VI: Ace in the Hole: A Wild Cards Mosaic Novel

by MARTIN, George R. R. (editor) [Various contributors]

Condition: Very good +/near fine


New York: Bantam, 1988. First Hardcover Edition. Hardcover. Very good +/near fine. Octavo, 385pp., plus backmatter. A few gently creased pages, and a small smudge on the rear free endpaper, otherwise a crisp, clean example, overall very good or better. In a near fine dust jacket with trivial edgewear. SIGNED on the title page by Martin and three contributors (Melinda M. Snodgrass, Walter John Williams, and Victor Milan), and uncommon thus.


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