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Orbit 9 (Orbit #9)

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Paperback, N2116, 225 pages
Published February 6th 1972 by Berkley (first published 1971)
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Read in Michigan during the summer of 1982 after the conclusion of Loyola Univeristy Chicago's school year.
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