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Bujold, Lois M.
Book is tight and square; spine ends are very lightly bumped / corners are NOT bumped. No stamps, marks or writing - a very clean copy that looks unread. DJ is very nice, with some minor flaws to front cover: light wear along top edge including a 1/4" tear at left (there is a fold-trace, but since it aligns with the top of the text spelling author's name - one tends not to notice.) There is a 1" meandering scratch? or writing-impression at lower left that almost exactly follows Mile's cheekbone - thus "lost in the artwork."
Middle to late in the Miles Vorkosigan chronology: Komarr takes place after Memory and before A Civil Campaign.
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