The House Of Many Worlds
by Sam Merwin, Jr.
Publisher: The Galaxy Publishing Corporation 1951
Number of pages: 163
In this classic science fiction novel the New York Times called 'a fast-moving adventure, told with engaging humor', reporter Elspeth Marriner's nose for news leads her into a world of trouble. Make that, in worlds of trouble ...
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