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PROJEKT MING-Vase
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ORIGINAL TITLE:


      Ten from Tomorrow
© 1966

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AUTHOR(S):

       TUBB, E.C.
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PUBLISHER:

       GOLDMANN

ISBN: none / WTB 093
YEAR: 1968
FORMAT: paperback
LANGUAGE: german
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TRANSLATOR(S):


Hans-Ulrich Nichau
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COVER ILLUSTRATION:

       Eyke Volkmer
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Content:

Projekt Ming-Vase:
"The Ming Vase"

How to catch a person that sees into the future.


Sag die Wahrheit:
"Tell The Truth"

Who do you send to make a superiour alien race believe you could easily outdo them?


Der letzte Sommertag:
"The Last Day Of Summer"

What to do when the rejuvenating effect wears off and you can't do the treatment again?


Ein frecher Bursche:
"Fresh Guy"

One experienced vampire, one greenhorn vampire, a werewolf and a demon. Who survives?


Nachtwache:
"Vigil"

A waiting father and a lost son.


Scheckiges Pferd:
"Piebald Horse"

How to smuggle information when the orther side can read your thoughts? Well, don't think of the horse.


Das richtige Verhältnis:
"Sense Of Proportion"

Extracting memories out of people brains to make a TV Show out of it. Just take a hero with an unsolved mystery in his past.


Größer als die Unendlichkeit:
"Greater Than Infinity"

Which question could distract an entity that knows everything and is bored because of that?


Die letzten Leichenbestatter:
"Last Of The Morticians"

When people stop dieing, the profession of the undertaker will, too. Or won't it?


Der Holzwurm:
"Worm In The Woodwork"

A man with the ability to consider all probabilities from the given facts is being kidnapped.

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