Sydney, an American writer of murder-mysteries, falls under suspicion of murder when his English wife Alicia left for London and never returned…
Three short novels of science fiction dealing with religious transcendence, circa 1973. Authors: Robert Silverberg, Roger Zelazny, and Edgar Pangborn. Editor: Terry Carr.
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Two feuding families head into the Kentucky wilderness per a deceased elder’s will. But the vindictive old man knew something they didn’t—of lurking monsters and winged death.
Retired detective Arnold Magnuson takes one last case from a dying friend, tracking an insane, homicidal maniac back and forth across Chicago, leaving ruin and death in his wake.
Clumsy physics grad student stumbles onto a small group of conspirators smuggling atomic bomb parts into the US, mining major cities with radioactive death.
The tale of two cities facing atomic war—one has a well-practiced Civil Defense group, the other does not. Soviet attack shows them which city had the right idea.
Teenager Paula Haller makes the mistake of falling in love with a dangerous gangster twice her age, when small-town melodrama, noir, and western converge.
Timothy Waverly heads to Traverse City, MI, planning to spy on his estranged son. Plans change when he meets seductress Midnight and is sucked into her troubles with the mob.
When Tom Carmody wins an intergalactic sweepstakes, the trouble isn’t collecting it–the trouble is the odyssey to get home after he’s picked up his Prize…
The best SF novel Hitler (n)ever wrote! Spinrad’s alt-history satire casts Adolf Hitler as a pulp author living out his fantasies of world domination via trashy post-apocalyptic novels.