The City in the Sea
by Wilson Tucker
Publisher: Gerard Arthus 1951
Number of pages: 164
This is the story of an expedition -- a strange and exciting expedition of one man and an army of women. He had come into the land of the women suddenly -- and without warning. Tall, bronzed, muscular, he stood out among their pale skins and meek spirits.
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