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Best New SF 3 (The Year's Best Science Fiction #6)

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Surfacing by Walter Jon Williams;
Home Front by James Patrick Kelly;
The Man Who Loved the Vampire Lady by Brian Stableford;
Peaches for Mad Molly by Steven Gould;
The Last Article by Harry Turtledove;
Stable Strategies for Middle Management by Eileen Gunn;
In Memoriam by Nancy Kress;
Kirinyaga by Mike Resnick;
The Girl Who Loved Animals by Bruce McAllister;
The Last of...more
Paperback, 590 pages
Published May 15th 1989 by Robinson Publishing (first published 1989)
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I was very excited to find this edition in an affordable price range. As the years go by, prior year edition become ever pricier, so it is great to find one to add to my collection.

As always, this collection reflects some of the best stories from the year in question (1988). By this time, I've read several of these in other anthologies or in the stash of sci-fi mags my friend gave me a few years ago, but these stories warrant a second read. Peaches for Mad Molly is always interesting, and The Ho...more
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