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 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.
When the Japanese scientists who’ve developed a prognostication device set their machine to track an individual, they uncover the greatest scientific conspiracy of their age.
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.
A collection of 16 stories by Mildred Clingerman, from the pages of F&SF—a combination of fantasy, horror, and science fiction, often in a domestic setting.
Long after the Accident sterilized humans (and most other big mammals), 56-year-old Greybeard and his wife tour an England overrun by madness and entropic nature.
Four human crewmen are stranded light-years from earth when their ship is damaged; the novel tells the how they cope while attempting repairs.
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…
Danish resistance fighter finds himself transported from a 1940s battlefield to the borderlands between the realms of Faeire and the lands of Arthur and Charlemagne. Swords and sorcery ensue.
A grim vision of a United States divided at the Mississippi River into two halves: one ruled by military martial law, the other a be-plagued nuclear and biological wasteland.
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.