My Ace Doubles Project

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Science Fiction 

# 00001 ~ 19999



00990 ~ $0.95 ~ (1972) ~ Susan K. Putney - Against Arcturus 144pg ~ {&} ~ Dean R. Koontz - Time Thieves 109pg

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05595 ~ $0.75 ~ (1971) ~ John Rackham (aka: John T. Phillifent) - Beyond Capella (cover-art by Frank Kelly Freas) 132pg ~ {&} ~ Ken Bulmer - The Electric Sword Swallowers (cover-art and frontispiece illustration by Jack Gaughan) 121pg

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06612 ~ $0.95 ~ (1972) ~ Mack Reynolds (aka: Dallas McCord Reynolds) - Blackman's Burden ~ {&} ~ Border, Breed Nor Birth

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06707 ~ $0.75 ~ (1970) ~ Brian M. Stableford - The Blind Worm (cover-art and frontspiece illustration by Jack Gaughan) ~ {&} ~ Emil Petaja - Seed of the Dreamers (cover-art by Gray Morrow)

Brian Michael Stableford (born 25 July 1948) is a British science fiction writer who has published more than 70 novels. His earlier books were published under the name Brian M. Stableford, but more recent ones have dropped the middle initial and appeared under the name Brian Stableford. He has also used the pseudonym Brian Craig for a couple of very early works, and again for a few more recent works. The pseudonym derives from the first names of himself and of a school friend from the 1960s, Craig A. Mackintosh, with whom he jointly published some very early work.

Original cover-art (Shown below) by Gray Morrow (1934-2001) for Seed of the Dreamers.

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10293 ~ $0.95 ~ (1972) ~ John Rackham (aka: John T. Phillifent) - Earthstrings ~ {&} ~ Ken Bulmer - The Chariots of Ra (cover-art by Kelly Freas)

Ron Goulart (born January 13, 1933) is an American popular culture historian and mystery, fantasy and science fiction author. Goulart was prolific, and wrote many novelizations and other routine work under various pseudonyms: Kenneth Robeson, Con Steffanson, Chad Calhoun, R.T. Edwards, Ian R. Jamieson, Josephine Kains, Jillian Kearny, Howard Lee, Zeke Masters, Frank S. Shawn, and Joseph Silva.

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11182 ~ $0.75 ~ (1971) ~ Ron Goulart - Clockwork's Pirates (cover-art by Karel Thole) ~ {&} ~ Ghost Breaker 142pg (contains; The Strawhouse Pavilion, Please Stand By, Uncle Arly, McNamara's Fish, Kearny's Last Case, Breakaway House, Fill in the Blank, The Ghost Patrol, and Help Stamp Out Chensey.) (cover-art by Karel Thole)

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11451 ~ $0.95 ~ (1972) ~ A. Bertram Chandler - The Coils of Time (reprint of ACE M-107, 1964, & ACE 37108, 1978) 128pg ~ {&} ~ Into The Alternate Universe (reprint of ACE M-107, 1964, modified cover-art) 128pg

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11560 ~ $0.75 ~ (1970) ~ Suzette Haden Elgin - The Communipaths (cover-art by Josh Kirby) 110pg ~ {&} ~ Louis Trimble - The Noblest Experiment In the Galaxy (cover-art and frontispiece by Jack Gaughan) 143pg

Suzette Haden Elgin (born Patricia Anne Suzette Wilkins; November 18, 1936 – January 27, 2015) was an American researcher in experimental linguistics, construction and evolution of languages and poetry and science fiction writer. She founded the Science Fiction Poetry Association and is considered an important figure in the field of science fiction constructed languages. Her best-known non-fiction includes her Verbal Self-Defense series.

The Communipaths by Suzette Haden Elgin is her first SF book and the first of three books involving "Coyote Jones." This is also the first cover by Josh Kirby for ACE Doubles.

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11650 ~ $0.95 ~ (1973) ~ Mack Reynolds (aka: Dallas McCord Reynolds) - Computer War ~ {&} ~ Code Duello (cover-art by Frank Kelly Freas)

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12140 ~ $0.75 ~ (1969) ~ Brian M. Stableford - Cradle of the Sea (cover-art by Jack Gaughan) 140pg ~ {&} ~ Ken Bulmer - The Wizards of Senchuria (cover-art by Frank Kelly Freas) 113pg

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13783 ~ $0.75 ~ (1971) ~ A. Bertram Chandler The Dark Dimensions (cover by Kelly Freas) and Alternate Orbits (contains; Hall of Fame, The Rub, The Sister Ships, and The Man Who Sailed the Sky) (cover by Karel Thole; May 1971)

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13805 ~ $0.75 ~ (1971) ~ John Rackham (aka: John T. Phillifent) - Dark Planet (cover-art by Jack Gaughan) 103pg ~ {&} ~ Nick Kamin (aka: Robert J. Antonick) - The Herod Men (cover-art by John Schoenherr, frontispiece by Jack Gaughan) 149pg

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15697 ~ $0.95 ~ (1972) ~ Philip K. Dick - Dr. Futurity (reprinted from ACE D-421, 1960) (cover-art by Harry Borgman) ~ {&} ~ The Unteleported Man (reprinted from ACE G-602 1966) (cover-art by Harry Borgman)

Original cover-art (Shown below) by Harry Borgman for The Unteleported Man

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15890 ~ $0.95 ~ (1972) ~ Marion Zimmer Bradley - The Door Through Space (reprint of ACE F-117, 1961) ~ {&} ~  A. Bertram Chandler - Rendezvous on A Lost World (reprint of ACE F-117, 1961)

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16640 ~ $0.95 ~ (1972) ~ Jack Vance (aka: John Holbrook Vance) - The Dragon Masters (reprint of ACE F-185, 1963 ~ reprinted as ACE 16641, 1973) ~ {&} ~ The Five Gold Bands (reprint of ACE F-185, 1963)

The Dragon Masters first appeared in Galaxy in August 1962, and won the Hugo award for "best short fiction" in 1963. The Five Gold Bands originally appeared in Startling Stories in November 1950. The first book appearance was titled The Space Pirate (Toby Press, 1953).

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16641 ~ $0.95 ~ (1973) ~ Jack Vance (aka: John Holbrook Vance) - The Dragon Masters (reprint of ACE F-185, 1963 & ACE 16640, 1972) 102pg ~ {&} ~ The Last Castle (reprint of ACE H-21, 1967) 122pg

The Dragon Masters first appeared in Galaxy in August 1962, and won the Hugo award for "best short fiction" in 1963.

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