TIME: 110100. New York: Walker and Company, [1972]. Octavo, boards. First edition. A tale of the future set on a ruined Earth after World War Five, where nine human survivors in a computerized environment with simulacra activated by human emotions, thoughts and memories are observed by aliens. Leo Patrick Kelley (1928-2002) was an American author whose early work was mostly SF, but who concentrated on westerns from about 1980. His short story, "The Travelin' Man," was nominated for a Nebula Award. Reginald 08138. A fine copy in fine dust jacket with light wear along top edge of front panel. (#31974).

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