ACE SF 5 Digit Number-Series SF Singles

Five-digit number format: 90000-99999

90075 URSULA K. LE GUIN A Wizard of Earthsea (cover by Leo and Diane Dillon and interior drawings by Ruth Robbins; c.1968; 1970; 1st ACE printing)

This is one of the ACE Science Fiction Specials (1st. Series). Includes the same map and chapter heading drawings as found in the Parnassus Press hardcover edition.

90076 URSULA K. LE GUIN A Wizard of Earthsea (c.1968; 1973?; 2nd ACE printing)

This edition has interior art: four pages of maps and 10 small drawings, one for each chapter's title page. These are credited to Ruth Robbins and are not original to the Ace editions, having a copyright date of 1968 [Parnassus hardcover]. However, the cover art is not attributed on this volume.

90083-6 COLIN KAPP The Wizard of Anharitte (cover by Richard Corben; February 1980; 1st ACE printing )

90083-6 (back cover)

90190 EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS The Wizard of Venus and Pirate Blood (cover by Roy G. Krenkel, Jr.; August 1970; 1st ACE printing)

This is a combined edition of 2 stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs - The Wizard of Venus and Pirate Blood. Since it was marketed as an ACE single I have placed it in this section.

Original illustration by one of the great masters of fantasy illustration - Roy G. Krenkel, Jr. This is the final pencil drawing that Roy created for the ACE paperback cover painting of ACE 90190 THE WIZARD OF VENUS by Edgar Rice Burroughs, published in 1970. This original drawing measures 6 1/2" x 11" and is executed with pencil on artist's vellum. This art is the actual drawing transferred to canvas board in preparation for the final oil painting. The piece is in good condition although there are several small border pieces missing along the outer edges at the top.

90191 EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS The Wizard of Venus (cover by Roy G. Krenkel, Jr.; c.1970; 1973; 2nd ACE printing)

Note the title does not include Pirate Blood on this printing.

90192 EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS The Wizard of Venus and Pirate Blood (cover by Roy G. Krenkel, Jr.; c.1970; 1973; nd; 3rd ACE printing)

90193-X EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS The Wizard of Venus and Pirate Blood (cover by Estaban Morato; c.1970; 1973; June 1979; 4th ACE printing)

90194-8 EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS The Wizard of Venus and Pirate Blood (cover by Estaban Morato; c.1970; 1973; 1979; 1983; nd; 5th ACE printing)

90195-6 EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS The Wizard of Venus and Pirate Blood (cover by Estaban Morato; c.1970; 1973; 1979; September 1983)

A double with a single cover.

90208-1 SHERI S. TEPPER Wizard's Eleven (cover by James Christensen; 1984; 1st ACE printing and PBO; ACE Fantasy)

90209-X SHERI S. TEPPER Wizard's Eleven (cover by James Christensen; 1984; 2nd ACE printing; ACE fantasy)

Book 3 of the True Game series. Both of these editions use the same cover art.

90781-3 THOMAS A. EASTON Woodsman (cover by Pat Morrissey; April 1992; 1st ACE printing)

90872-1 R A SALVATORE The Woods Out Back (October 1993; ACE Fantasy)

First book following the exploits of Gary Leger, Dragonslayer.

90926 FRANK HERBERT The Worlds of Frank Herbert (1971)

This edition contains 9 short stories

90951 PHILIP K. DICK The World Jones Made (cover by Frank Kelly Freas; c.1956; 1975)

90951 (back cover)

The World Jones Made was originally published in ACE Double D-150 (1956) bound with Margaret S. Clair's Agent of the Unknown.

90955 JACK VANCE (aka JOHN HOLBROOK VANCE) The World of Jack Vance (December 1973; 1st ACE printing)

Short story collection including The World Between, The Moon Moth, Brain of the Galaxy, The Devil on Salvation Bluff, The Men Return, The Kokod Warriors, The King of Thieves, Coup de Grace, and The Brains of Earth.


91018-1 SHULAMITH OPPENHEIM The World Invisible (1984; ACE fantasy)

91051 JOHN BRUNNER The World Swappers (c.1959; nd; 3rd ACE printing)

The World Swappers was originally published as ACE G-649 (1959)

91052-1 JOHN CARR (ed.) The Worlds of H. Beam Piper (February 1983; 1st ACE printing)

This contains most of the short stories not in the Paratime or Terran Federation series. An Introduction by John F. Carr; Time and Time Again, The Mercenaries, Dearest, Hunter Patrol (with John J. McGuire), Flight From Tomorrow, Operation R. S. V. P., Genesis, The Answer, Crossroads of Destiny, and Day of the Moron.

91055 POUL ANDERSON The Worlds Of Poul Anderson (wrap-around cover by Joseph Lombardero; 1974; 1st ACE printing)

91056 POUL ANDERSON The Worlds Of Poul Anderson (cover by Joseph Lombardero; c.1974; nd)

This contains three short novella/novels: Planet of No Return, The War of Two Worlds, and World Without Stars.

Original "wrap-around" cover art by Joseph Lombardero for The Worlds Of Poul Anderson. Acrylic on thick illustration board (20' x 24").

JOSEPH LOMBARDERO (1922 - 2004) was born in Tampa, Florida and won an art scholarship and studied design at the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida. After World War II, he moved to New York (1948), where he worked for Sudler & Hennessey as an illustrator specializing in pharmaceutical illustrations. During the 1960's he illustrated several books in the Time-Life Science series as well as record jackets for RCA, Capitol, Camden and EMI, primarily for classical and jazz albums. Lombardero illustrated for Dell, Popular Library, Pyramid, Jove, Trident, Harper & Row, ACE, and others. He received the Edgar Allan Poe Award for "Best Mystery Book Cover."

91060 THEODORE STURGEON The Worlds of Theodore Sturgeon (cover by Davis Meltzer and interior illustration by Jack Gaughan; 1972; 1st ACE printing)

91061 THEODORE STURGEON The Worlds of Theodore Sturgeon (cover by Davis Meltzer and interior illustration by Jack Gaughan; c.1972; September 1977; 2nd ACE printing)

Includes The Skills of Xanadu, There is No Defenses, The Perfect Host, The Graveyard Reader, The Other Man, The Sky Was Full of Ships, Shottle Bop, Maturity, Memorial, as well as From Plynck to Planck, and an editorial - introduction by the author.

Original cover art by Davis Meltzer for The Worlds of Theodore Sturgeon. Acrylic on board (16" x 10") with signature in lower left.

91072-6 JOE HALDEMAN Worlds Apart (cover by Jim Burns; September 1984; 1st ACE edition)

91102-1 A. C. ELLIS Worldmaker (cover  by Lp Mountain, nd)

91170 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by Kelly Freas; 1970; 1st ACE printing)

Original cover art by Kelly Freas for The World Wreckers. Acrylic on board (20" x 15") and signed with the KF logo "bug" in lower left by foot.

91171-4 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by Michael Whelan; c.1970; June 1976)

91172-2 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by Michael Whelan; c.1970; 1976; 1978)

91173-0 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by Michael Whelan; c.1970; 1976; 1978; April 1980)

91174-9 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by Michael Whelan; c.1970; 1976; 1978; 1980; 1981)

91175-7 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by Michael Whelan; c.1970; 1976; 1978; 1980; 1981; November 1982)

91176-5 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by Michael Whelan; c.1970; 1976; 1978; 1980; 1981; 1982; January 1984)

91177-3 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by Michael Whelan; c.1970; 1976; 1978; 1980; 1981; 1982; 1984; October 1985)

91178-1 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers (cover by James Warhola; c.1970; 1976; 1978; 1980; 1981; 1982; 1984; 1985; January 1988)

91352 DONALD A. WOLLHEIM and TERRY CARR (eds.) World's Best Science Fiction, 1969 (cover by John Schoenherr and interior art by Jack Gaughan; c.1969; 1970; 1st ACE printing)

Contains Robert Sheckley Streets of Dreams, Feet of Clay, Burt Filer Backtracked, Poul Anderson Kyrie, Robert Silverberg Going Down Smooth, Brian W. Aldiss The Worm That Flies, Damon Knight Masks, Samuel R. Delany Time Considered as a Helix of Semiprecious Stones (my personal favourite and first U.S. publication), E. G. Von Wald Hemac, Colin Kapp The Cloudbuilders, R. A. Lafferty This Grand Carcass, Sydney Van Scyoc A Visit to Cleveland General, Laurence Yep The Selchey Kids, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Welcome ToThe Money House, Terry Carr The Dance of the Changer and the Three, H. H. Hollis Sword Game, Brian W. Aldiss Total Environment, Fritz Leiber The Square Root of Brain, Fred Saberhagen Starsong, and Katherine MacLean Fear Hound.

91353 DONALD A. WOLLHEIM and TERRY CARR (eds.) World's Best Science Fiction, First Series (c. 1965; 1970)

This volume was originally published as ACE G-551 (1965) under the title World's Best Science Fiction 1965. Contains Tom Purdom Greenplace, Ben Bova & Myron R. Lewis Men of Good Will, Christopher Anvil Bill for Delivery, Norman Kagan Four Brands of Impossible, William F. Temple A Niche in Time, Edward Jesby Sea Wrack, C. C. McApp For Every Action, Josef Nesvadba Vampires Ltd., John Brunner The Last Lonely Man, Robert Lory The Star Party, Colin Free The Weather in the Underworld, Philip K. Dick O, To Be A Blobel!, Edward Mackin The Unremembered, Harry Mulisch What Happened to Sergeant Masuro?, Thomas M. Disch Now is Forever, Jack B. Lawson The Competitors, and Fritz Leiber When the Change-Winds Blow.

91354 DONALD A. WOLLHEIM and TERRY CARR (eds.) World's Best Science Fiction, Second Series (cover by Jack Gaughan; c.1966; 1970)

Originally published as ACE H-15 (1966) under the title World's Best Science Fiction, 1966. Contains Arthur C. Clarke Sunjammer (read this in BOY'S LIFE), Ron Goulart Calling Dr. Clockwork, Larry Niven Becalmed in Hell, Vernor Vinge Apartness, Clifford D. Simak Over the River and Through the Woods, James H. Schmitz Planet of Forgetting, Harlan Ellison "Repent, Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman, Joseph Green The Decision Makers, David I. Masson Traveler's Rest, Lin Carter Uncollected Works, Jonathon Brand Vanishing Point, R. A. Lafferty In Our Block, Fred Saberhagen Masque of the Red Shift, Christopher Anvil The Captive Djinn, and Fritz Leiber The Good New Days.

91355 DONALD A. WOLLHEIM and TERRY CARR (eds.) World's Best Science Fiction, Third Series (c.1967; 1970)

This volume was originally published as ACE A-10 (1967) under the title World's Best Science Fiction 1967. Short story collection including contributions by Brian W. Aldiss, Frederik Pohl, Philip K. Dick, Avram Davidson, and Roger Zelazny.

91356 DONALD A. WOLLHEIM and TERRY CARR (eds.) World's Best Science Fiction, Fourth Series (cover by Jack Gaughan; c.1968; 1970)

This volume was originally published as ACE A-15 (1968) under the title World's Best Science Fiction 1968. This collection was also released under the title World's Best Science Fiction No. 1. Contains Richard Wilson See Me Not, Samuel R. Delany Driftglass ( a personal favourite), Colin Kapp Ambassador to Verdammt, R. A. Lafferty The Man Who Never Was, Isaac Asimov The Billard Ball, Robert Silverberg Hawksbill Station (later expanded to novel size), Thomas M. Disch The Number You Have Reached, Roger Zelazny The Man Who Loved The Faiolli, Andrew J Offutt Population Implosion, Harlan Ellison I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream , Ron Goulart The Sword Swallower (later expanded to novel size), Keith Roberts Coranda, R. A. Lafferty Thus We Frustrate Charlemagne, Larry Niven Handicap, Brian W. Aldiss Full Sun, and D. G. Compton It's Smart To Have An English Address.

91357 DONALD A. WOLLHEIM and TERRY CARR (eds.) World's Best Science Fiction, 1970 (cover by John Schoenherr and interior art by Jack Gaughan; 1970; 1st ACE printing)

Contains Richard Wilson A Man Spekith, Robert Silverberg After the Myths Went Home, Larry Niven Death By Ecstasy (one of my person favourites), Alexei Panshin One Sunday in Neptune, Suzette Haden Elgin For the Sake of Grace, James Tiptree, Jr. Your Haploid Heart, Keith Roberts Therapy 2000, Michael G. Coney Sixth Sense, Harlan Ellison A Boy and His Dog (from which the really silly movie of the same title provides Don Johnson his first starring role), Bruce McAllister And So Say All of Us, Fritz Leiber Ship of Shadows, Ursula K. LeGuin Nine Lives, and Norman Spinrad The Big Flash.

91358 DONALD A. WOLLHEIM and TERRY CARR (eds.) World's Best Science Fiction 1971 (cover by Davis Meltzer and interior art by Jack Gaughan; 1971; 1st ACE printing)

Contains Theodore Sturgeon Slow Sculpture, Larry Niven Bird in the Hand, Robert Silverberg Ishmael in Love, Bob Shaw Invasion of Privacy, Isaac Asimov Waterclap, R. A. Lafferty Continued on the Next Rock, Clifford D. Simak The Thing in the Stone, Gregory Benford Nobody Lives on Burton Street, Michael G. Coney Whatever Became of the McGowans?, Arthur Sellings The Last Time Around, Neal Barrett, Jr. Greyspun's Gift, Gerald Jonas The Shaker Revival, Gordon Eklund Dear Aunt Annie, Ron Goulart Confessions, and H. B. Hickey Gone Are the Lupo.

91359 FREDERIK POHL (ed.) Best Science Fiction for 1972 (c.1972; 1st ACE printing and PBO)

This volume is a continuation of the series "World's Best Science Fiction." Includes stories by Larry Niven, Ryu Mitsuse, James Tiptree, Jr., Grahame Leman, Doris Piserchia, Harlan Ellison, H. H. Hollis, John Brunner, and Frederik Pohl.

91360 FORREST J. ACKERMAN (ed.) Best Science Fiction for 1973 (June 1973; 1st ACE printing)

Contains Forrest J. Ackerman Forward and Afterword, Norman Spinrad A Thing of Beauty, Robert Silverberg What We Learned From This Morning's Newspaper, Philip Jose Farmer Seventy Years of Decpop, Frederik Pohl The Shape of Science Fiction to Come (World SF Convention Guest of Honor speech), Milton A. Rothman Getting Together, Thomas N. Scortia By the Time I Get to Phoenix, Robert Bloch Forever and Amen, A. E. van Vogt Ersatz Eternal, and Frederik Pohl The Merchants of Venus.

Note:  These anthologies are wildly out of place with respect to the ACE letter-number series coding.  The suggestion is that the working title was "World's Best SF" which is noted on the back cover (and would fit with the '9' leading letter-number code).  Thank you Bill for bringing this to my attention.

91501 ROBERT A. HEINLEIN The Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein (cover and frontspiece illustration by Jack Gaughan; c.1965; nd; 2nd ACE printing)

This volume is identical to ACE F-375 (1965) and suggests a renumbering of old stock.  See ACE F-375 for original preliminary cover art by Jack Gaughan.

91502 ROBERT A. HEINLEIN The Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein (cover by Ed Valigursky; c.1965; December 1973; 3rd ACE printing)

91503 ROBERT A. HEINLEIN The Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein (cover by Ed Valigursky; c.1965; 1973; nd; 4th ACE printing)

91581 KEITH LAUMER Worlds of the Imperium (c.1966; nd)

Worlds of the Imperium was originally published as ACE M-165 (1966).

91640 FRITZ LEIBER The Worlds of Fritz Leiber (cover by Jeff Jones; November 1976; 1st ACE printing and PBO)

Collection of 22 short stories.

91699-6 KEITH LAUMER The World Shuffler (cover by Rowena Morrill; April 1981; 1st ACE printing)

91700-3 KEITH LAUMER The World Shuffler (cover by Rowena Morrill; October 1981; another reprint in same year; 2nd ACE printing)

91703-8 KEITH LAUMER The World Shuffler (cover by Rowena Morrill; 1981; April 1984; 4th ACE printing)

The short stories of Sir Lafayette O'Leary.

91706-2 POUL ANDERSON World Without Stars (cover by Michael Whelan; c.1967; 1978; 2nd ACE printing)

World Without Stars was originally published as ACE F-425 (1967).

91770-4 ROBERT E. HOWARD Worms of the Earth (c.1969; nd; possibly 2nd ACE printing)

91773 MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY The World Wreckers:A Novel of Darkover (1985; 1st thus)

91810-7 ORSON SCOTT CARD The Worthing Chronicle (cover by Don Maitz; July 1983; 1st ACE printing and PBO)

This story has portions which are derived from the books Capitol and Hot Sleep.


92551 ANDRE NORTON The X Factor (c.1965; nd)

92553 ANDRE NORTON The X Factor (c.1965; nd)

The X Factor was originally published as ACE G-646 (1965).


93022-0 SAMUEL R. DELANY The Jewels of Aptor (cover by Enrich; c.1962; 1968; 1972; January 1978; 4th ACE printing)

The Jewels of Aptor was originally published in ACE Double F-173 (1962) bound with James White's Second Ending.  It was then reprinted (revised edition) as G-706 (1968) and 39021 (1972).

As you can observe, this edition is SERIOUSLY out of sequence with the letter-number set-up of ACE.  This may be a typesetter error, as this edition would properly be set as ACE 39022.


94000-5 CHARLES de LINT Yarrow (cover by Vicente Segrelles; October 1986; 1st ACE printing; ACE fantasy)

94200 WILSON TUCKER The Year of the Quiet Sun (cover by Leo and Diane Dillon; 1970; 1st ACE printing and PBO)

This is one of the ACE Science Fiction Specials (1st. Series). An amazingly haunting story, if you have not read it.

94201-6 WILSON TUCKER The Year of the Quiet Sun (c.1970; April 1977; 2nd ACE printing; different cover art)

94251 ANDRE NORTON Year of the Unicorn (cover and interior illustrations by Jack Gaughan; c.1965; July 1969; listed as "first book publication")

Year of the Unicorn was originally published as ACE F-357 (1965) with the same Jack Gaughan cover art. Thus, this is actually a 2nd ACE printing, despite the "first book publication" notation. This is an example of renumbered old stock.

94252 ANDRE NORTON Year of the Unicorn (cover by Harry R. Bennett; c.1965; 1969; May 1974)

The artist is identified by the initials HB - or at least that is what it looks like. However (Thanks William) this is a stylized "H" that is joined to the "B" and stands for Harry R. Bennett. AIL Users - please let me know if you have any other information on this artist. He is listed in Jane Frank's SF and Fantasy Artists volume, but no information on how he signed his work.

Another artist who uses the intials JHB has been identified as J. H. Breslow (thank you Bill).

94253 ANDRE NORTON Year of the Unicorn (c.1965; 1969; 1974; January 1976; same cover art as ACE 94252)

94254-7 ANDRE NORTON Year of the Unicorn (c.1965; 1969; 1974; 1976; March 1979; same cover art as ACE 94252)

94255-5 ANDRE NORTON Year of the Unicorn (cover by John Pound; c.1965; 1969; 1974; 1976; 1979; September 1981)

94350 REX GORDON (aka STANLEY BENNETT HOUGH) The Yellow Fraction (cover by Kelly Freas; c.1969; 1st ACE printing)

94456-6 STEVEN BRUST Yendi (nd; ACE fantasy)

94460-4 STEVEN BRUST Yendi (nd; ACE fantasy)


95145 FRITZ LEIBER You're All Alone (cover by Jack Woolhiser (signed as JW) and interior illustration by Jack Gaughan; c.1972; 1973)

95146 FRITZ LEIBER You're All Alone (cover by Jack Woolhiser (signed as JW) and interior illustration by Jack Gaughan; 1972; first thus)

Three short stories: You're All Alone, Four Ghosts in Hamlet, and The Creature From the Cleveland Depths. You're All Alone is probably the classic "who is really real" story.

If any IMAGE LIBRARY USER has information on the artist intials JW - please contact me.  (03 October 2016) JW corresponds to Jack Woolhiser (thank you Dirk).

95490-1 ANDRE NORTON Zarsthor's Bane (cover by Sanjulian and interior artwork by Evan TenBroeck Steadman; July 1978; listed as "first publication anywhere")

95491-X ANDRE NORTON Zarsthor's Bane (cover by Sanjulian and interior artwork by Evan TenBroeck Steadman; c.1978; May 1981; listed as "first publication anywhere")

This is actually the 2nd printing. Both of these are listed (on cover) as "An ACE Illustrated Novel of Fantasy Adventure." The interior illustrations are by Evan TenBroeck Steadman.

MANUEL PEREZ CLEMENTE SANJULIAN (b. 1941) is a Spanish artist and is best known in the United States for his 1970's horror-fantasy cover art for the Warren Publication magazines Creepy, Eerie, and Vampirella.

95941-X ANDRE NORTON Zarsthor's Bane (cover by John Pound; c.1978; 1981; July 1983)

Note: The cover blurb changes with this edition and new cover art by John Pound. It is listed as the "only illustrated Witch World novel" - illustrated by Evan TenBroeck Steadman. In addition, is has a circled 8 indicating the numbering of the "Witch World' series by ACE.

95492-8 ANDRE NORTON Zarsthor's Bane (cover by John Pound; c.1978; 4th ACE printing January 1984)

95493-6 ANDRE NORTON Zarsthor's Bane (cover by John Pound; c.1978; 5th ACE printing August 1986)

95960 ANDRE NORTON The Zero Stone (cover by Jeff Jones; 1968; listed as "complete and unabridged")

95961 ANDRE NORTON The Zero Stone (c.1968; nd)

95963-6 ANDRE NORTON The Zero Stone (uses same Jeff Jones cover art but truncated; c.1968; nd)

95964-4 ANDRE NORTON The Zero Stone (cover by Walter Velez; c.1968; August 1981; 4th ACE printing)

95965-2 ANDRE NORTON The Zero Stone (cover by Walter Velez; c.1968; 1981; September 1983; 5th ACE printing)

95971-7 MARK E. ROGERS Zorachus (December 1986; 1st ACE printing; ACE fantasy)


96233 ANDRE NORTON Box Set (box cover art by J. H. Breslow; nd)

Box set containing the Witch World series by Andre Norton but with no notation on the box, only a letter-number series. This one was empty, so I am uncertain which volumes were included.

Compare this to another box set of the same series. However, this one is much different in that the cover art appears to be Jack Gaughan and is labeled "Andre Norton's Witch World Series." It also contains a "Free! Bonus Witch World Map included." In addition, there is a price of $3.30 but no letter-number series on the box.

Contains Year of the Unicorn (ACE 94251), Warlock of the Witch World (ACE 87319), Three Against the Witch World (ACE 80800), Web of the Witch World (ACE G-716), Sorceress of the Witch World (ACE 08084), and Witch World (ACE G-655).

I am uncertain if I am comfortable with these all being original, but until I find an advertisement or another box set, I will list this as found.

96234 ROBERT HOWARD Conan Box Set (nd)

Box set.  The box is illustrated on three sides, with cropped cover art from the three volumes. Note that Robert Howard's name is NOT on this box set.

96235 FRITZ LEIBER Box Set (box cover art by Michael Whelan; nd)

Box set.  The box is illustrated on two sides, with cropped cover art.

96456 H. BEAM PIPER Box Set (nd)

Box set containing Space Viking (ACE 77781-3), Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen (ACE 49052-2), Little Fuzzy (ACE 48492-1) and Fuzzy Sapiens (ACE 26192-X). The box is illustrated on three sides, with cropped cover art from three of the volumes.

96612-8 EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS Box Set (box cover art by Boris Vallejo; nd)

Box set containing The Moon Men (ACE 53755-3, The Lad and the Lion (ACE 46872-1), Back to the Stone Age (ACE 04636-3), and The Outlaw of Torn (ACE 64513-5). The box is illustrated on two sides, with cropped cover art from two of the volumes.  The front has a circular tag with the ISBN number and price of the box set. The spine has the author's name and the letter-number for this box set.

Note that these are the highest 96000 letter-number series volumes I have found in the SF ACE singles. Has anyone seen an advertisement of these box sets in the advertisement sections in any ACE volume? If so, let me know and send me a scanned image if possible. Thank you.

Last Update: 29 November 2017

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