New York: Ace Books, Inc., 1956. First Edition. Sharp copy of Dick's third book and second published novel. "Fed-gov is reconstructing the post-war world according to the precepts of relativism. Jones, a former carnival fortune-teller and preacher who can see a year into the future, says the alien drifters, origin unknown, are the greatest threat the world faces, a problem the Fed-gov refuses to deal with. Jones forms a fanatical organization to deal with the drifters and the Fed-gov" (Levack 48a). Scarce signed, with none found in the auction record. Item #3920
First Printing, a paperback original novel, bound dos-a-dos with Margaret St. Clair's Agent of the Unknown. Octavo (16.25cm); illustrated card wrappers; dark yellow edge-staining; 192; 128pp. Signed by Dick on the title page. Pinpoint wear to extremities, a few faint stress creases, else a fresh, Near Fine copy.