Mars: The Red Planet

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Random House, 1990 - Fiction - 315 pages
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Television journalist Lech Hammond flies out to Mars to investigate rumors of a Soviet discovery of an alien artifact, but discovers that the Mars-based KGB is not talking.

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User Review  - RandyStafford - LibraryThing

My reactions to reading this book in 1991. Spoilers follow. I bought this book because I couldn't resist the title and cover blurb: "Glasnost was dead, and the cold war on Mars was heating up...". I ... Read full review


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A columnist, critic, recording artist, teacher of a science fiction and horror course at UCLA, author of a number of non-fiction works on popular culture, including popular works on Elvis Presley, the CIA and various conspiracies, Mick lives and works in LA, writing for publications such as Citybeat.

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