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The Suns Of Scorpio Dray Prescot 2 PB Vintage 1973

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  • Category: Dray Prescot Series A.B. Akers
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Slave of the colossus builders or scourge of the Inland Sea?

Both roles awaited Dray Prescot on his return to Kregen. Torn between two contending forces, the Star Lords and the Savanti, Prescot himself wanted only to find his beloved, the Princess Delia of the Blue Mountains. But the powers that had drawn him across interstellar space to the world that orbited the two suns of the brightest star in the Constellation Scorpio had set him a task, the nature of which even he could not fully estimate.


Title: The Suns of Scorpio  Dray Prescot: 2

Author: Alan Burt Akers

Copyright: 1973  First printing April 1973 5th prnt.

Publisher: Daw Books

Illustrated: Tim Kirk

Measures: 7in. x 4 1/4in.

Page count: 192

Binding: wraps

A Daw Books Original

Henry Kenneth Bulmer (January 14, 1921 to December 16, 2005)  a prolific British author who wrote using numerous pen names. Alan Burt Akers was the pen name he used when he created the Dray Prescot series. The series was written as eleven cycles. This book, The Suns of Scorpio, is the second title of the series from the first cycle the Delian cycle.

Condition:

Not an ex library. Not a remainder. No stickers, no book stamp.
No reading crease on the front or back covers. Slight, just start of spine crease.
Covers bright and colorful.
The cover and pages are intact and in great condition.










 

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