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Come, Hunt An Earthman. 1973 Come, Hunt An Earthman
by Philip E. High
First British Edition, First Printing 1973
Hale SF
Robert Hale & Co.
ISBN 070913648X
Hardback in dust jacket
Cover designer unknown
176 pages
Price: £1.60

Come, Hunt An Earthman, a novel by Philip E. High.

Published in June 1973.

Blurb – Jacket Flap
”You may consider yourselves experienced hunters; many of you, no doubt, have hunted on many planets, but on this reserve you move into a new realm of hunting. Here there are no mindless monsters or charging carnivores, but a devious, intelligent and dangerous prey. Trophies won in this game reserve carry high prestige for they are acquired at considerable personal risk. There are reasons for this – the prey is out to get you before get him.”

Thus speaks the Hunt Master. It is his business to lead the hunting party; but this is no normal hunting party. This is a hunting party composed of many races of Aliens – Alien races who have formed an unholy alliance and conquered many worlds, including Earth.

What is the purpose of this hunting party? Why does the Hunt Master so rigidly enforce the rules upon his party?

Why not join the hunting party and find out? Come – hunt an Earthman.

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