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[John Grimes: Survey Service 04] • First Command

[John Grimes: Survey Service 04] • First Command

Chandler, A. Bertram,
space opera, action & adventure, science fiction, general, fiction,
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The #2 omni edition of the classic science fiction of A. Bertram Chandler’s John Grimes books, with *four* legendary adventure novels in one volume.  Action-loving spaceship commander John Grimes retires from heroic days in Earth’s space navy only to be immediately thrown into adventures on the remote edge of the galaxy. 

The second in a seven-volume collection of the legendary John Grimes books! Classic *Star Trek* meets the high seas. If space travel is going to be anything like sailing the oceans, then A. Bertram Chandler has surely caught its absolute essence in his Grimes novels. Here it is, the entire “Captain John Grimes – Far Traveller Courier” saga, collected in one volume. These are the tales of John Grimes’action-packed merchantman and courier years. After moving on from the Terran Navy, Grimes tries his hand at leading a private life, and finds he likes being his own man. The only problem is, his ship *The Far Traveller* has a (very stubborn and very feminine) mind of its own -- and a penchant for getting Grimes into the worse sort of interplanetary pickles.

Includes: *Spartan Planet*, *The Inheritors*, *The Big Black Mark*, and *The Far* *Traveler.


**About A. Bertram Chandler:**

“He writes his stories in the middle of a hurricane with his typewriter lashed to his desk.” – John W. Campbell, legendary editor of *Astounding Science Fiction

***About the John Grimes series:

**"SF's anser to Horatio Hornblower." --*Publishers Weekly

*"As Asimov chronicled the Foundation, as Heinlein bulit his Future History, so Chandler constructs the epic of the Rim Worlds." --*Analog*