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The Fury From Earth

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The missile struck Venus and the entire planet shook. It was unlike any weapon known before. It couldn't be seen. The most advanced instruments had not detected its approach. And yet it was capable of ultimate destruction.

Alex Frost was the specialist called on to study this super-weapon and he went reluctantly, only because his first loyalty was to Venus.

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Mass Market Paperback, T2542, 192 pages
Published September 1971 by Pyramid (first published 1963)
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Pyramid, 1971, 192 pages.

Dean McLaughlin is an Astounding/Analog author from that magazine's tin age. Well post-Golden Age. The early-to-mid 50s right up to the recent and highly regarded "Tenbrook of Mars," in the July/August 2008 issue of Analog. I've had a soft spot for his work ever since borrowing Hawk Among the Sparrows from my local library as a kid. A lit
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