Lawyer Scott Jordan returns home from vacation early to find a nearly-naked woman in his apartment, as murder ensnares Jordan in complex and fast-moving intrigues.
A diabolical killer draws quadriplegic and former criminologist Lincoln Rhyme back into the field of forensics, engaging a battle of minds with the lives of kidnapped victims hanging in the balance.
Robert A. Maguire (August 3, 1921 – February 26, 2005) was a 20th-century American fine illustrator, known primarily for his noir …
Intellectual working-class hero Ernest Everhard takes on fascist conspiracy to rule the world, retold in the form of his wife’s aggrandized diary entries. Warning: didactic.
Long after the Accident sterilized humans (and most other big mammals), 56-year-old Greybeard and his wife tour an England overrun by madness and entropic nature.
When foreign agents blackmail the lead manager of the secretive Project A, it’s up to the British Security Executive to protect the mysterious project at all costs.
“The Face Of Mars” science fact article; fiction by Isaac Asimov, Charles Fontenay, Lloyd Biggle, Daniel Galouye, Walter Tevis, Leo Kelley, and others.
Mankind uses abandoned alien spacecraft to explore the unknown, which often leads to disastrous consequences—or, in a few cases, to wealth beyond measure.
If you’re a fan of science fiction, go download issues 3 and 4 of the fanzine Big Sky. It’s a …
Shell Scott goes undercover at a super-luxury hotel’s opening ceremonies as a beauty contest judge—Scott’s ideal job, if he can stay alive long enough to see it!
“There is real hope for a culture that makes it as easy to buy a book as it does a pack of cigarettes.”—a civic leader quoted in a New American Library ad (1951)