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The Sky is Filled with Ships Volume 20
The Sky is Filled with Ships

Richard C. Meredith
Issued: November 1988
Arrow Books
London
ISBN 0099618605
Paperback
Cover illustration by Eddie Jones
vi+188 pages

Notes
First published by Ballantine Books in 1969.

Publisher's Blurb
For 1200 years, the vast organisation that is the Solar Trading Company has maintained intergalactic harmony, giving objective help and protection to Earth and her multifarious colony worlds. And it has held mankind together through two bloody battles with the powerful Alliance of Rebels.

But when Starship Captain and loyal STC employee, Robert Janas, uncovers secret plans for a third rebel uprising, he is surprised to find that no one inside the STC - not evewn the President, Altho Franken will listen. For the Solar Trading Company is riddled with corruption, and is now more powerful than Earth itself.

The rebel forces are gathering, and Robert Janas is the only person who can save humanity from holocaust...

 
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