DIE SONNE SIXA. TECHNISCHER ZUKUNFTSROMAN. Bremen, Leipzig, Wien: Henry Burmester Verlag, n.d. [1938]. Octavo, pp. [1-4] 5-288, original gray cloth, front and spine panels stamped in brown. First edition. A techno-thriller set in the year 2104 in which a German scientist in South America continues the work of a deceased nuclear physicist and invents a new energy source which if misused could destroy the world. Naturally, Earth's various governments each want the invention to be exclusively for their own use. Much intrigue and mayhem ensues. Burmest was a prolific writer of popular fiction with hundreds of stories in many genres to his credit. Bloch (2002) 565. Brandt, Der deutsche Zukunftsroman 1918-1948, p. 354. Nagl, p. 253. Neat private owner's signature on front free endpaper. Spine lean, a clean, nearly fine copy. (#147185).

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