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New York: Random House, . Octavo, cloth. First edition. According to Douglas Dannay, this novel was written by Avram Davidson from a 71-page outline by Frederic Dannay, with Davidson's completed manuscript then revised by Dannay and Lee. Hubin, p. 660.
New York: Tor, . Octavo, boards. First edition. Collects thirty-seven stories. Publisher's promotional flyer letter laid in.
New York: Warner Books, . Octavo, paperback. First edition. Warner Books 76-981. Signed inscription by Davidson on the title page. The first collection of Dr. Eszterhzy stories. Pederson (ed.), St. James Guide to Science Fiction Writers, pp. 228-230.
New York: Walker and Company, . Octavo, boards. First edition. "Sterling classical fantasy in a classical mode." - Barron (ed.): Fantasy Literature 4A-80. "Calling this a sword-and-sorcery novel would be technically accurate but would miss the distinctive character of the book, which is filled not only with high adventure and an epic quest but also with a fascinating setting, an early medieval world that, though it contains magic, is nonetheless close enough to our own for the reigning faith to be Christian in nature." - Barron, ed., Fantasy and Horror (1999) 7-88.