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by Peter Saxon
Author: Peter Saxon
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; New edition edition (April 1, 1970)
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The Haunting of Alan Mais, by Peter Saxon, (br) If Jan 1970. The Hephaestus Plague, by Thomas Page, (br) Worlds of If Mar/Apr 1974. Hiero’s Journey: A Romance of the Future, by Sterling E. Lanier, (br) Worlds of If Nov/Dec 1973. High Deryni, by Katherine Kurtz, (br) Worlds of If Jan/Feb 1974. High Vacuum, by Charles Eric Maine, (br) Vanguard Science Fiction Jun 1958. Holding Your Eight Hands: An Anthology of Science Fiction Verse, by Edward Lucie-Smith, (br) If Oct 1969. Hunters of Gor, by John Norman, (br) Worlds of If Jul/Aug 1974.