Conned out of $1500 by a trio of wanted studs, Jackson asks his brother for help—but his brother is a informant to Harlem’s deadly detective duo Coffin Ed Johnson and Gravedigger Jones.
Blanche Lake’s daughter Bunny has gone missing from her daycare—and nobody, not even the police, believe that Bunny ever existed in the first place.
“The Face Of Mars” science fact article; fiction by Isaac Asimov, Charles Fontenay, Lloyd Biggle, Daniel Galouye, Walter Tevis, Leo Kelley, and others.
A sleepy English village is turned upside-down when a one-day blackout leads to a deluge of pregnancies—all of the children blonde, golden-eyed, and full of sinister power…
He bruised their mouths with a brutal kiss and then he strangled them… slowly. Every one of them was young and lovely, every one of them a cop’s wife or sweetheart.
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.
A collection of a dozen short stories and novelettes by satirical mastermind Robert Sheckley, from his work in the middle 1950s for Galaxy and F&SF.
After her family is murdered by Comanche, a frontier-woman straps on her pistol, grabs a carbine, and rides long and hard in her blood-bound quest of vengeance.
A murdered girl with few leads to her murderer proves a frustrating case for the detectives of the 87th Precinct… on top of which, they lose one of their own.
Three short novels of space, in the fine tradition of ’50s pulp. Stories of Earth lost and found, of Earth decadent and pacified, of space battles and time travel and intrigue.
Here’s one with a lot of promise: a tale of a tropical island, of monstrous sea creatures and Cold War paranoia and an apocalyptic holocaust. That sounds like an amazing book. Sadly, Sea Siege isn’t that book.