Series: Ace Double Novels

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The Winds of Gath / Crisis on Cheiron (Ace Double H-27) by E. C. TubbH-27
The Lost Millennium / The Road to the Rim by A. Bertram ChandlerH-29
The Wrecks of Time / Tramontane (Ace Double H-36) by Michael MoorcockH-36
The Prism / The Crown of Infinity by Emil PetajaH-51
Invader On My Back & Destination Saturn by Philip E. HighH-85
The Secret of Sinharat/People of the Talisman (Ace Double M-101) by Leigh BrackettM-101
Stranger Than You Think / The Ship That Sailed the Time Stream by G. C. EdmondsonM-109
Enigma From Tantalus / The Repairmen of Cyclops by John BrunnerM-115
The Caves Of Mars / Space Mercenaries (Ace Double M-133) by Emil PetajaM-133
The Dragon Masters / The Five Gold Bands by Jack VanceF-185
The Twisted Men / One of Our Asteroids is Missing by A. E. Van VogtF-253
The Million Year Hunt / Ships to the Stars [Ace Double] by Fritz LeiberF-285

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