Three men prepare for the greatest heist: knocking over a super-luxury hotel located in Franco’s Spain, with the assistance of a supercomputer and the complication of three beautiful women…
Kinnall Darival, exiled prince, risks all to spread love and the self, hoping to revert his world from a culture of self-denial and the repression of emotion.
After mushroom clouds erupt over New York Harbor from a surprise attack, Westchester housewife Gladys Mitchell struggles to keep her daughters safe.
British Guiana is known for its exotic locales and hot weather—but Barry Dawson would know it for hot diamonds, hot money, dangerous beauties, and murder…
Poul Anderson’s “Superstition,” Anthony Boucher lists the best SF of 1955; plus Ray Bradbury, Chad Oliver, J.B. Priestly, Evelyn Smith, John Vandercook, and Saki.
Johnny Edwards arrives too late to save his friend Tony, but he can still avenge him. And with reckless abandon Johnny chases after a smuggling gang.
Wisecracking celebrity gossip columnist Jerry Tracy gets embroiled in 25 thrilling plots, schemes, and mysteries of the New York underworld, circa 1933.
Edmond Hamilton’s “The Shores of Infinity,” Sam Moskowitz’s fact article “Science-Fiction Views of God,” stories by John Jakes, John Brunner, Arthur Porges, and Robert Rohrer.
We are now living at the end of an era. Frederik Pohl, the last major SF writer from the Golden …
Frederik Pohl’s “The Man Who Ate the World,” serial installment of Alfred Bester’s “The Stars My Destination,” stories by Robert Silverberg, E.C. Tubb, and Lester del Rey.
Tom Taylor continues his adventures as he’s sucked into a world blending literature and reality, featuring The Song of Roland and the