Terran exploitation of an alien planet causes the “docile” near-human natives to rise up in bloody rebellion, in this novel rich in ’70s SFnal themes.
When Paul Rees witnessess a hit-and-run that’s a clear homicide, he becomes the prime suspect of detectives Krug and Kellogg in this twisty-turny procedural.
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.
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.
A woman’s body is pulled out of Santa Monica bay with only one clue to her identity: a lawyer’s business card in a waterproof case, wrapped around her neck like a necklace.
Three short novels of science fiction dealing with religious transcendence, circa 1973. Authors: Robert Silverberg, Roger Zelazny, and Edgar Pangborn. Editor: Terry Carr.
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.
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.
3rd anthology in the Universe series. Stories by Gene Wolfe, Robert Silverberg, Edgar Pangborn, Gordon Eklund, Ross Rocklynne, and Edward Bryant.
A rainy night, a car skidding into the drive of a hospital, the son of a local politician dead of a heroin overdose. This triggers an intense police search for the pusher.