Yet More Two Dimensional Goodness From Ace Books

Last week I posted six covers taken from three recently acquired Ace Double titles (here) and promised that there would be more to come. So, this week I’m including a further half dozen covers taken from these rather brilliant and innovative examples of the tête-bêche binding technique. Your comments on this latest batch are welcome as always

The Key To Irunium by Kenneth Bulmer
(Serial Number H-20)
This version was published in 1967 by Ace Books
The cover artist is Gray Morrow

Ace H-20 Bulmer, The Key To Irunium

The Wandering Tellurian by Alan Schwartz
(Serial Number H-20)
This version was published in 1967 by Ace Books
The cover artist is Jerome Podwil

Ace H-20 Schwartz, The Wandering Tellurian

The Road To The Rim by A. Bertram Chandler
(Serial Number H-29)
This version was published in 1967 by Ace Books
The cover artist is Jack Gaughan

Ace H-29 Chandler, The Road To The Rim

The Lost Millennium by Walt and Leigh Richmond
(Serial Number H-29)
This version was published in 1967 by Ace Books
The cover artist is Jerome Podwil

Ace H-29 Richmond, The Lost Millennium

Computer War by Mack Reynolds
(Serial Number H-34)
This version was published in 1967 by Ace Books
The cover artist is Hoot von Zitzewitz

Ace H-34 Reynolds, Computer War

Death Is A Dream by E. C. Tubb
(Serial Number H-34)
This version was published in 1967 by Ace Books
The cover artist is Rob Howard

Ace H-34 Tubb, Death Is A Dream

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2 thoughts on “Yet More Two Dimensional Goodness From Ace Books

  1. Guy 26/11/2015 / 2:41 pm

    Hi

    This is an interesting post, most of the covers are quite different from the typical Ace Doubles fare. And how can you not like the line The Charge of the Math Brigade?

    Regards
    Guy

    Liked by 1 person

    • unsubscriber 04/12/2015 / 9:32 am

      Hi there Guy, thanks for your comment on this post, I’m very pleased to hear you enjoyed this selection of books. I’m a big fan of the Ace Doubles and always pick them up when I stumble across them, I’m hoping to feature another good collection of these fantastic little books early in the new year as I’m currently following up a few leads. You said that these covers looked a little different to the usual Ace fare, maybe it might have something to do with the fact that this set were all published in the same year – 1967. Whatever the reason, I’m happy to know you appreciated these covers and definitely hope to have more for you to view next year. All the very best.

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