Virgil Finlay (1914 – 1971) was one of the dominant speculative fiction magazine artists of his day; he started doing illustrations for Weird …
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 collection of Frank R. Paul’s work for the 1940s, focusing on his colorful visions from the “Life On” and “City On” series for pulp magazines in the early 1940s.
A collection of one short novel and four novellas/novelets, showcasing some of C.L. Moore’s best solo science fiction offerings from the late ’40s and early ’50s.
The sleepy towns and pristine wilderness deep in the Appalachias house dark and sinister evil, and various inhuman monsters. It’s up to John the Balladeer to set things right.
A collection of the greatest science fiction stories and novellas from the year 1943, with notes by Asimov. A great selection, with many excellent authors and stories represented.
Thanks to the power of science, enlarged and unstoppable Bermuda grass overtakes the world as humanity bickers over the means to stop it. Highly recommended.
Private detective Walter James, hot on the trail of the drug lords who killed his partner, finds love and murder in Southern California. Not necessarily in that order.
Unlucky drifter agrees to tag along on a rich couple’s fishing excursion. A surplus of booze, too many guns, a rich drunkard and his unhappy wife make for an incendiary mix.
Accident at a nuclear power plant threatens to doom most of the United States. Written well before atomic power or nuclear plants were common features (back in 1942).
Four people venture to the end of Earth’s future to prevent a nekrotic plague of pure negative energy from destroying all of time. Along the way, they make a lengthy pitstop.