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Epidemic Center: Aralon
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Epidemic Center: Aralon Volume 37
Epidemic Center: Aralon

by Clark Darlton
Issued: August 1978
Futura / Orbit
London
ISBN 0708880266
Paperback
Cover illustration by Colin Hay
120 pages

Notes
Translated into English by Wendayne Ackerman.

First published in English by Ace Books in 1974.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
DESPERATE DECOY . . .
The lives of the crew of the New Power hang in the balance. Artificially induced illness has ravaged Perry Rhodan's allies, and there seems to be no cure -- unless his young lieutenant can accomplish a perilous interstellar mission.

First, Rhodan's agent, Tifflor, must feign betrayal of the Peacelord of the Universe. And then he too falls victim to the ruthless schemes of the murderous Medical Masters . . .

Also available in Orbit: Perry Rhodan 1-36

 
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