The Pear-Shaped Man (Pulphouse Short Story Paperbacks, SSP #37)
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Published by Pulphouse Publishing, Eugene, OR .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL8636185M
ISBN 101561465372
ISBN 109781561465378

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