Poul Anderson’s “Outpost of Empire,” Robert Silverberg’s “King of the Golden World,” Larry Niven’s “Handicap,” plus Fritz Leiber, John Brunner, Harry Harrison, and more.
Yesterday, Richard Matheson passed away at the age of 87, after battling a lengthy illness. Much like the recently departed …
Zenna Henderson’s “Wilderness,” along with works by Arthur C. Clarke, Poul Anderson, John Dickson Carr, Mildred Clingerman, Gordon R. Dickson, and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
Early pulp SF tale features invisible man-eating monsters from the bottom of the sea, World War I submarine warfare, and a mad scientist named MacBeard.
“Gleaners” by Clifford Simak, “The Upside-Down Captain” by Jim Harmon, “Gravy Train” by Daniel F. Galouye, stories by Ron Goulart, Ray Russell, and Raymond E. Banks.
David Patton’s life changes for the worse after he tried to help a 17-year-old named Jody Drew, a runaway from a juvenile delinquent home, who blackmails David into her submission.
Alfred Bester’s “Fondly Fahrenheit;” Zenna Henderson’s “Gilead;” Charles Beaumont’s “Quadriopoticon;” Manly Wade Wellman’s “Little Black Train;” stories by Richard Brookbank, Kay Rogers, and Doris P. Buck.
When the son of a powerful Stormwarden battle-mage is kidnapped, the only man who can bring him home alive is Garrett, P.I. And when Garrett takes the case, it explodes from twists and double-crosses.