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Declare by Tim Powers

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2000 - Arthur C. Clarke Nominee - espionage - HarperTorch - Howie Nominee - Howie Winner - novel - secret history - Subterranean Press - Tim Powers - William Morrow -

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  • Purchase: Amazon
  • eBook: Kindle
  • Purchase from Publisher: Subterranean Press
  • Other: Worlds Without End
  • Other: Wikipedia
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