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The Winds of Darkover. 1978 The Winds of Darkover
by Marion Zimmer Bradley
1st British Edition 1978
Arrow Science Fantasy
ISBN 0099178508
Cover illustration by Melvyn Grant
iv+188 pages
Price: £0.80

The Winds of Darkover, a Darkover novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley.

First published by Ace Books in 1970.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
The planet Darkover bathed in its blood red sun – served as a convenient space port for the Terran Empire. Beyond that the Terrans knew little of the planet’s strange landscape – its vast mountain ranges, its deadly winds and its hostile inhabitants.

Dan Barron, a simple space port despatcher, found himself alone and helpless in this alien world. A victim of powerful psychic forces beyond the comprehension of scientific man, he is irresistibly drawn into a life and death struggle . . .

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