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Invader On My Back. 1969 Invader On My Back
by Philip E. High
Book Club Edition, First Printing 1969.
Science Fiction Book Club.
Readers Union with Robert Hale.
London.
Volume No. 148.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover design by Terry James.
176 pages.
Price: 8s.6d.

Notes
Invader On My Back, a novel by Philip E. High.

Published in August 1969.

Blurb Page One
Invader on my Back is Science Fiction with a difference. Here are no space ships plunging from the skies and no visits to strange worlds.

The story is set on this world but in a period of time far ahead of the present. A world which has fallen to chaos with the criminal elements controlling the cities and vast police forces ruling the unknown wilderness beyond.

Only one man, unknowingly, holds the key to the state in which society finds itself a man called Craig.

Craig, however, is an outcast, a pariah, feared by organised crime and despised by the police who, despite themselves, are compelled to use him.

This fast-moving story tells of his fight, not only against forces unknown, but also of his attempts to reinstate himself into a society which has rejected him.

This is an all-action story with the emphasis on adventure.

 
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