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1 Smith, George O. PATH OF UNREASON
Hicksville, New York: Gnome Press, Inc., (1958). B00005XO8Z First edition, first printing. 5000 copies printed, but only 3000 bound. Hardcover. Pages uniformly tanned, foxing to endsheets, thus very good plus, in grey boards with maroon spine lettering; in a worn, edge-nicked, rubbed, faintly foxed, and soiled very good dust jacket. Jacket by W.I. Van der Poel. 
"Top physicist seeks to explain the mysterious 'Lawson Radiation,' and it drives him crazy..or is he the victim of a plot?"--Tuck. "Novel-length expansion of 'The Kingdom of the Blind,' STARTLING, 7/47."--Owings and Chalker. 
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2 Smith, George O. TROUBLED STAR
New York: Avalon Books, (1957). B0007F57PQ First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Faint foxing to page edges and endsheets, minor offsetting to endsheets, else fine, in orange-red cloth with black spine titles; in a very good dust jacket, faded to the spine panel, light edgeworn, with some mild foxing. Jacket art by Ric Binkley. 
"TV actor playing a space hero encounters real life aliens and must talk them out of wrecking the Solar System by turning Sol into a variable star to be an interstellar navigation beacon."--Tuck. Debuted in STARTLING STORIES, February 1953. 
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