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"A Transatlantic Tunnel, Hurrah!" in ANALOG Science Fiction / Science Fact - April, May and June, 1972, Volume LXXXIX, numbers 2, 3, and 4.  (set of 3 issues.) by  editor  Ben - Signed - 1972. - from Bookfever.com, IOBA (SKU: 76722)

"A Transatlantic Tunnel, Hurrah!" in ANALOG Science Fiction / Science Fact - April, May and June, 1972, Volume LXXXIX, numbers 2, 3, and 4. (set of 3 issues.)

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"A Transatlantic Tunnel, Hurrah!" in ANALOG Science Fiction / Science Fact - April, May and June, 1972, Volume LXXXIX, numbers 2, 3, and 4. (set of 3 issues.)

by Harrison, Harry, signed; Bova, Ben, editor

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New York:: Conde Nast. , 1972.. Near fine - usual toning to the pages, some minor rubbing to covers, but no creases, no address labels. An attractive set, and uncommon signed. . First appearance in print of these works. Set of 3 digest magazines, SIGNED by Harry Harrison in the April 1972 issue at the first installment of his serial novel 'A Transatlantic Tunnel' , .Includes stories by Poul Anderson, Barbara Paul, Isaac Asimov ("Mirror Image"), Howard Waldrop ("Lunchbox."), Clifford Simak ("The Observer"), a short novel, "Solo Kill," by S. Kye Boult, an article by Rowland E. Burns, a NASA orbital mechanics mathematician, on celestial mechanics. Hero by Joe Haldeman and more. Covers by Kelly Freas and Leo Summers).178 pp ea.

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Title
"A Transatlantic Tunnel, Hurrah!" in ANALOG Science Fiction / Science Fact - April, May and June, 1972, Volume LXXXIX, numbers 2, 3, and 4. (set of 3 issues.)
Author
Harrison, Harry, signed; Bova, Ben, editor
Book condition
Used - Near fine - usual toning to the pages, some minor rubbing to covers, but no creases, no address labels. An attractive set, and u
Publisher
Conde Nast.
Place of Publication
New York:
Date published
1972.
Bookseller catalogs
Science Fiction Magazines and Pulps;

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