The second Tim Waverly novel after Michigan Roll sees the gambler forced into a high-stakes poker game to buy his way to freedom from a vengeful mafioso.
In the face of a looming eco-apocalypse, a small band of survivalist scientists turn to cloning to preserve the human race. The clones, of course, have other goals in mind.
With the promise of immortality, Forever Center is the ruling power in the world. And one of its executives just stumbled onto one of its deep, dark secrets.
With savage fury, a hitchhiker began a rampage that ended in a young millionaire losing his hand. Investigating why—and finding the hand—may cost Dr. Henry Riddle his sanity.
Starlet Kitten Agnew will land the role of her dreams or die aboard a transcontinental train; the choice comes down to Viv Spender, twisted Hollywood director and her onetime lover.
A collection of fourteen early science fiction stories, all written by female authors, originally published between 1873 and 1930.
Leo Dillon (March 2, 1933 – May 26, 2012) and Diane Dillon (née Sorber; born March 13, 1933) created some …
A time-traveling vigilante named Mister Justice takes evidence from the past to condemn criminals in the future; the government uses a young superboy to take him down.
In the apocalyptic 2020s, teenager Lauren Olamina watches the world collapse from the safety of her gated community, and establishes her own religion: Earthseed.
The only thing between Bobbie Cheldon and marrying the love of his live is his lack of cold, hard cash—an inheritance he won’t collect until his uncle has passed away…
“Already it looked as if the police were up against a carefully planned and cleverly executed murder, and, what was more, a murder without a corpse!”