Father Ruiz-Sanchez, biologist and Jesuit priest, struggles with a moral and ethical dilemma: a planet whose inhabitants are innately peaceful, moral, and without God.
The surviving members of a ’70s acid-folk band relive their strange days at Wylding Hall for a modern-day documentary, retelling the strange disappearance of their lead singer.
Industrialist Simeon Krug’s dream is to contact the source of an alien code broadcast to Earth, building his communications tower on the backs of android servitors yearning for their freedom.
Zach Blake and his daughter Penny return to Martha’s Vineyard, seeking the truth behind the “accidental” death of their wife/mother Mary.
In the span of his fifty-five year career, Clifford Simak penned some of the most iconic science fiction ever written: …
Three of Hammett’s early Continental Op stories from October, 1923 issues of the Black Mask pulp: “Arson Plus,” “Crooked Souls,” and “Slippery Fingers.”
The investigation of a deadly alien artifact on the Moon leaves its investigators shattered, broken men—until the perfect man is found to plumb its mysteries.
By the time he was named the third Science Fiction Grand Master in 1977, Clifford D. Simak had already been …
In this taut thriller, Mrs. White begins to suspect that her husband is really a serial killer, whose gruesome murders have rocked a small Connecticut town.
Clifford Simak’s cerebral fixup novel that takes humanity out of its far-future cities, to the stars, and beyond humanity itself.
When Phyllis Brighton begs Mike Shayne to keep her from killing her mother, Shayne takes the job—only for the mother to end up dead, with Phyllis as prime suspect.