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I Will Fear No Evil

I Will Fear No Evil

by Robert A. Heinlein

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New York: Berkley. Mass Market Paperback. November 1971. 31st printing (October 1980). Very Good. Binding is straight and tight. Interior is unmarked. Edgewear. Short tear to upper corner of rear cover. Not from a library. No remainder mark. 512 pages. The shocking story of the ultimate transplant. A man supremely talented, immensely old, and obscenely wealthy discovers that money can buy everything.
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I Wonder Why The Wind Blows and Other Questions About Our Planet

I Wonder Why The Wind Blows and Other Questions About Our Planet

by Anita Ganeri

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Southwestern, 1995. Hardcover. 2001 printing. Fine book / no jacket as published. Interior pristine. Spine straight and tight, ends lightly bumped. Pictorial covers clean and bright. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Not clipped. 32 pages. Over 100 color illustrations.
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Ibn Khaldun

Ibn Khaldun: The Birth of History and the Past of the Third World

by Yves Lascoste

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London: Verso. Trade Paperback. June 1984. Near Fine. Foxing to closed edges and inside of covers. Not from a library. No remainder mark. 214 pages. Translation of Ibn Khaldoun : naissance de l'histoire, passe? du Tiers monde. This intriguing study opens with a general description of the Maghreb in the later Middle Ages, focusing primarily on mercantile trade, especially in gold, and the social and economic structures of tribal life. He unravels Khaldun's fascinating biography: born in 1332 to an aristocratic family in Tunis, he had an extraordinary diplomatic and military career in the turbulent wars and politics of Western Islam, withdrew to a desert retreat in 1375, and finally emigrated to Egypt. Lacoste then turns his attention to Ibn Khaldun's Universal History, arguably the greatest single synthesis produced by medieval thought anywhere. His account of Ibn Khaldun's thought is a remarkable, sympathetic work of recovery, not only uncovering its basic categories but exploring its contemporary… Read more
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by Frederick Forsyth

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New York: Bantam. 1996. Hardcover. First Edition / full number line. Very Good book in a Very Good jacket. Foxing to closed edges. Interior unmarked. Spine straight and tight. Light shelfwear to cover. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Not clipped. No creases, no tears, no folds. 464 pages.
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If: Worlds of Science Fiction, December 1967 (Volume 17, Number 12, Issue 121)

If: Worlds of Science Fiction, December 1967 (Volume 17, Number 12, Issue 121)

by Frederik Pohl; Terry Carr; James White; Arthur C. Clarke; C. C. MacApp; Fritz Leiber; Hal Clement; Robert E. Margroff; Andrew J. Offutt; Jay Kay Klein; Roger Deeley

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New York: Galaxy Publishing. December 1967. Digest-size Magazine. Very Good. Lightly tanned. Binding is tight. Pencil check marks next to story titles on contents page; otherwise interior is unmarked. Cover is clean. Reading creases. 1.5 inch tear along lower front hinge. No mailing label. 164 pages. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Douglas Chaffee illustrating City of Yesterday (short story) by Terry Carr. ALSO: Answering Service (Nebula-nominated short story) by Fritz Leiber; When Sea is Born Again (novelette) by C. C. MacApp; Swordsmen of the Stars (novelette) by Robert E. Margroff & Andrew J. Offutt; Ocean on Top (serial, part 3 of 3) by Hal Clement; All Judgment Fled (serial, part 1 of 3) by James White; On Conquered Earth (short story) by Jay Kay Klein; The Time Trollers (short story) by Roger Deeley. FEATURES: Guest Editorial: Herbert George Morley Robert Wells, Esq. by Arthur C. Clarke; Fandom in Europe Today by Lin Carter. Illustrated by Gray Morrow, Jack Gaughan, Vaughn BodĂ©,… Read more
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If: Worlds of Science Fiction, February 1968 (Volume 18, Number 2, Issue 123)

If: Worlds of Science Fiction, February 1968 (Volume 18, Number 2, Issue 123)

by Frederik Pohl; Robert Sheckley; Larry Niven; James White; Burt K. Filer; Robert Lory; Laurence Yep

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New York: Galaxy Publishing. February 1968. Digest-size Magazine. Very Good. Lightly tanned. Binding is tight. Pencil marks next to story titles on contents page; otherwise interior is unmarked. Cover is clean. Reading creases. Spine creased and chipped. 3/4 inch tear along top front hinge. No mailing label. 164 pages. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Vaughn Bodé for The Petrified World ( short story) by Robert Sheckley. ALSO: Slowboat Cargo (serial, part 1 of 3) [Known Space] by Larry Niven (book publication as A Gift from Earth); All Judgment Fled (serial, part 3 of 3) by James White; Star Bike (short story) by Burt K. Filer; The Courteous of Ghoor (short story) by Robert Lory; The Selchey Kids (novelette) by Laurence Yep. FEATURES: The Day We Launched the Moonship (editorial) by Frederik Pohl. Illustrated by Gray Morrow, Jack Gaughan, Dan Adkins.
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If: Worlds of Science Fiction, April 1968 (Volume 18, Number 4, Issue 125)

If: Worlds of Science Fiction, April 1968 (Volume 18, Number 4, Issue 125)

by Frederik Pohl; John Brunner; Larry Niven; Robert Silverberg; A. Bertram Chandler; Jerry Juhl

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New York: Galaxy Publishing. April 1968. Digest-size Magazine. Very Good. Lightly tanned. Pencil marks next to story titles on contents page; otherwise interior is unmarked. Binding is tight. Cover is clean. Light shelfwear and reading creases. Spine ends chipped. 1/2 inch tear to top front hinge. No mailing label. 164 pages. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Vaughn Bodé illustrating The Product of the Masses (novelette) by John Brunner. ALSO: The Man in the Maze (serial, part 1 of 2) by Robert Silverberg; The Edward Salant Letters (short story) by Jerry Juhl; The Rim Gods (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; Slowboat Cargo (serial, part 3 of 3) [Known Space] by Larry Niven (book publication as A Gift from Earth). FEATURES: For a Festival of Science Fiction (editorial) by Frederik Pohl; Meanwhile, Back at the Worldcon.... by Lin Carter. Interior illustrations by Jack Gaughan, Gray Morrow, Vaughn Bodé; Dan Adkins.
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If: Worlds of Science Fiction, March 1968 (Volume 18, Number 3, Issue 124)

If: Worlds of Science Fiction, March 1968 (Volume 18, Number 3, Issue 124)

by Frederik Pohl; Harlan Ellison; Larry Niven; David Redd; David A. Kyle; Robert E. Margroff; Hank Davis

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New York: Galaxy Publishing. March 1968. Digest-size Magazine. Very Good. Lightly tanned. Binding is square and tight. Pencil marks next to story titles on contents page; otherwise interior is unmarked. Cover is clean. Reading creases. Spine ends chipped. No mailing label. 164 pages. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Paul Wenzel for Worlds to Kill (novelette) by Harlan Ellison. ALSO: Slowboat Cargo (serial, part 2 of 3) by Larry Niven (book publication as A Gift from Earth); Sunbeam Caress (novelette) by David Redd; Deadlier Specie (short story) by David A. Kyle; Caterpillar Express (short story) by Robert E. Margroff; Squatter's Rights (short story) by Hank Davis. FEATURES: What Science Fiction Is (editorial) by Frederik Pohl; At Nycon #3 by Lin Carter. Interior artwork by Virgil Finlay; Jack Gaughan; Vaughn Bodé; Dan Adkins
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If: Worlds of Science Fiction, January 1968 (Volume 18, Number 1, Issue 122 )

If: Worlds of Science Fiction, January 1968 (Volume 18, Number 1, Issue 122 )

by Frederik Pohl; Roger Zelazny; Fred Saberhagen; James White; John Rankine; Douglas R. Mason; R. V. Humphrey; Phyllis Gotlieb; Basil Wells; R.C.W. Ettinger

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New York: Galaxy Publishing. January 1968. Digest-size Magazine. Good. Cover secured with archival tape. Nicks and reading creases. Pencil check marks next to story titles on contents page; otherwise interior is unmarked. Lightly tanned. No mailing label. 164 pages. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by John Pederson, Jr. illustrates He That Moves (short story) by Roger Zelazny. ALSO: Starsong (short story) by Fred Saberhagen; The Peacemakers (novelette) by John Rankine (Douglas R. Mason); The Taste of Money (novelette) by R. V. Humphrey; Rogue's Gambit (novelette) by Phyllis Gotlieb; All Judgment Fled (serial, part 2 of 3) by James White; From Distant Earth (short story) by Basil Wells; Interstellar Travel and Eternal Life (science article) by R.C.W. Ettinger. FEATURES: On Doing Better (editorial) by Frederik Pohl; Foreign Fandom by Lin Carter. Illustrated by Virgil Finlay, Gray Morrow, and Jack Gaughan.
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If: Worlds of Science Fiction, June 1968 (Volume 18, Number 6, Issue 127)

If: Worlds of Science Fiction, June 1968 (Volume 18, Number 6, Issue 127)

by Frederik Pohl; Samuel R. Delany; Jack Williamson; A. Bertram Chandler; H. H. Hollis; James Tiptree, Jr.; Gene Wolfe; John Sladek; John Thomas

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New York: Galaxy Publishing. June 1968. Digest-size Magazine. Very Good. Lightly tanned. Check marks next to story titles on contents page; otherwise interior is unmarked. Binding is square and tight. Cover is clean. Light shelfwear and reading creases. Spine ends chipped. One inch tear to top front hinge. No mailing label. 164 pages. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Vaughn BodĂ© illustrating Cage of Brass (short story) by Samuel R. Delany. ALSO: Rogue Star (serial, part 1 of 3) by Jack Williamson and Frederik Pohl; The Guerrilla Trees (Nebula-nominated novelette) by H. H. Hollis; The Mother Ship (novelette) by James Tiptree, Jr.; House of Ancestors (novelette) by Gene Wolfe; Publish and Perish (short story) by John Sladek [as by John Thomas]; The Bird-Brained Navigator [John Grimes Rimworld] (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler. FEATURES: Tomorrow s to Order (editorial) by Frederik Pohl. Interior art by Jack Gaughan, Jeff Jones, Joe Wehrle, Brand, Brock, and Vaughn BodĂ©. VIETNAM WAR: Page 4… Read more
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Impact of New Technologies on the Arms Race: A Pugwash Monograph

Impact of New Technologies on the Arms Race: A Pugwash Monograph

by B. T. Feld (Editor); T. Greenwood (Editor); G. W. Rathjens (Editor); S. Weinberg

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0262560100
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Cambridge: MIT Press. January 1971. Trade Paperback. Fine. Near Fine. Interior pristine. Spine straight, tight and uncreased. Dust stains to edges. Light rubbing and slight edge wear to covers. Not from a library. Not a remainder. Not clipped. 404 pages. This is the record of the 10th Pugwash Symposium, which brought together participants from the United States, the Soviet Union, England, France, West Germany, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Israel and India. The discussions that resulted include both "hard" technical analysis of specific weapons systems and assessments of long-range tendencies of a necessarily general and exploratory nature. One goal of the symposium was to trace the paths by which known and foreseeable technologies could be transferred both into weapons and into arms control devices. The first of the book's four sections is concerned with applications of new technology to ballistic-missile guidance and to nuclear weapons, including the possible military significance of the (as yet… Read more
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Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War on Terror

Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War on Terror

by Anonymous; Michael Scheuer

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Washington, DC: Brassey's. Hardcover. June 2004. First edition (stated) / number line runs to 3. An New book in a Fine jacket showing slight edgewear. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Not clipped. xxii + 309 pages.The war on terror created near unanimity within the American press and political leadership that al Qaeda specifically and radical Islamism in general are stirred by a hatred of modernity. Nonsense, responds the author, former Chief of the CIA Counterterrorism Center's Bin Laden Station. Scheuer argues that Islamist insurgency (and not "terrorism") is the core of the conflict between the U.S. and Islamist forces, who in places such as Kashmir, Xinjiang, and Chechnya are "struggling not just for independence but against institutionalized barbarism." Contents: Some thoughts on the power of focused, principled hatred -- An unprepared and ignorant lunge to defeat--the United States in Afghanistan -- Not down, not out -- The world's view of Bin Laden -- Bin Laden views the world -- Blinding… Read more
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In Nobody's Backyard : Maurice Bishop's Speeches, 1979-1983 : A Memorial Volume

In Nobody's Backyard : Maurice Bishop's Speeches, 1979-1983 : A Memorial Volume

by Maurice Bishop; Chris Searle (ed); Richard Hart (intro)

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London: Zed Books. Trade Paperback. October 1984. First Edition. Fine. Lightly tanned. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Not clipped. xlii + 260 pages. .
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In Retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam

In Retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam

by Robert S. McNamara

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New York: Times Books, 1995. Hardcover. Second printing. Very Good book in a Very Good jacket. Interior is pristine. Cover is clean and bright in protective mylar wrapper. 414 pages. The Secretary of Defense for the Kennedy and Johnson administrations provides a perceptive and candid account of how--and why--America became involved in Vietnam, discussing his own activities and the legacy of decisions made during the 1960s.
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In Search of a Character: Two African Journals (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics)

In Search of a Character: Two African Journals (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics)

by Graham Greene

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Harmondsworth, England: Penguin, 1968. Trade Paperback. 8th printing. Near Fine. Lightly tanned but unmarked. Spine straight, very tight and uncreased. Short, light dog-ear creases on bottom corners of both covers. 106 pages. Graham Greene set two of his novels, A Burnt out Case and The Heart of the Matter in Africa. Each arose out of visits to Africa - during each of which he kept a journal. Both "Congo Journey" and "Convoy to West Africa" are printed here and provide a glimpse of the novelist responding to the raw material of his art.
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In Search of Reagan's Brain

In Search of Reagan's Brain

by G. B. Trudeau

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New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Trade paperback. 1981. First Edition (stated) / full number line. Near Fine. Interior pristine. Spine straight, tight, and uncreased. Light edgewear and rubbing to cover. 128 pages.
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In Search of Southeast Asia: A Modern History

In Search of Southeast Asia: A Modern History

by David Joel Steinberg; David P. Chandler; William R. Roff; John R. W. Smail; Robert H. Taylor; Alexander Woodside; David K. Wyatt

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Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1987. Trade Paperback. Revised Edition. Very Good+. Text unmarked. Spine creased but straight and tight. Light dust stains to top edge. Light rubbing and slight edge wear to covers. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Not clipped. 590 pages. Six historians trace the development of distinctive cultural, political, and social institutions in Southeast Asia.
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In from the Cold: The Report of the Twentieth Century Fund Task Force on the Future of U.S....

In from the Cold: The Report of the Twentieth Century Fund Task Force on the Future of U.S. Intelligence

by Allan E. Goodman; Gregory F. Treverton; Philip Zelikow

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New York: Twentieth Century Fund Press. 1996. Trade Paperback. Fine. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Suitable for a gift. 275 pages. The Soviet Union's collapse eliminated the organizing principle of American foreign policy--and the focus of U.S. intelligence since World War II. In the wake of this sudden shift, a new host of priorities have been suggested for the intelligence community: terrorism, the proliferation of conventional weapons and weapons of mass destruction, organized crime and drug trafficking, ethnic conflicts, and even global economic competition. Meanwhile, the coming of the information age and the opening of more and more societies have prompted arguments for changing the way intelligence is gathered. In response to this debate, the Twentieth Century Fund assembled a task force drawn from the intelligence community, the military, government, and academia. In the course of its meetings, the task force identified four crucial areas for improvement: first, in an age when… Read more
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In the Place of Fallen Leaves

In the Place of Fallen Leaves

by Tim Pears

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0552995363
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London: Black Swan. Trade Paperback. 1994. Very Good. Interior pristine. Spine curved and creased. No tears. Not from a library. A nice reading copy. 348 pages. This overwhelmingly hot summer everything seems to be slowing down in the tiny Devon village where Alison lives, as if the sun is pouring hot glue over it. 'This idn't nothin',' says Alison's grandmother, recalling a drought when the earth swallowed lambs, and the summer after the war when people got electric shocks off each other. But Alison knows her grandmother's memory is lying: this is far worse. She feels that time has stopped just as she wants to enter the real world of adulthood. In fact, in the cruel heat of summer, time is creeping towards her, and closing in around the valley.
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The Increment

The Increment

by David Ignatius

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0393065049
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New York: W. W. Norton & Company, May 2009. Hardcover. First Edition (stated) / full number line. Quarter-bound in black paper over boards with orange paper sides. Near Fine book in a Near Fine jacket. Interior pristine. Spine straight and tight; ends lightly bumped. Light edge and corner wear. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Not clipped. 390 pages.
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