Kemlo and the Space Men

By E C Eliott (Reginald Alec Martin)
First Published 1959 by Nelson
Illustrated by George Craig
first edition wrapper. Click to enlarge
dustwrapper by
George Craig
Nelson 1959
Once again Kemlo and his friends find themselves in the thick of a plot - a plot to overthrow the complete organisation of the Satellite. And they are not up against anything they can understand.

These mysterious black-suited men who are not men, but who can do with the utmost efficiency anything they are told, cause considerable, and not unwarranted, alarm on Satellite K.

First Edition:
Hardback edition, with full colour dustwrapper; 133x194mm; blue cloth with black blocking including the usual logos; 186 pages; full colour frontispiece and six black and white illustrations by George Craig; dustwrapper full colour and wraps to include the spine, signed 'CRAIG' bottom right; front flap has the 'blurb' transcribed above.
Mike's copy has a price sticker of 6/- net on the front flap of the dustwrapper.

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