Raymond King Cummings (8 books)

(18871957)

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Ray Cummings (Raymond King Cummings) was an author of Science Fiction, rated one of the "founding fathers of the Science Fiction pulp genre". He was born August 30, 1887 in New York and died January 23, 1957 in Mount Vernon.

Cummings worked with Thomas Edison as a personal assistant and technical writer from 1914 to 1919. His most highly regarded work was the novel The Girl in the Golden Atom published… (more)

 

Wandl the Invader

by Raymond King Cummings

There were nine major planets in the Solar System, and it was within their boundaries that man first set up interplanetary commerce and began trading with the ancient Martian civilization. And then they discovered...

The World Beyond

by Raymond King Cummings

Out of nowhere came these grim, cold, black-clad men, to kidnap three Earth people and carry them to a weird and terrible world where a man could be a giant at will.

The White Invaders

by Raymond King Cummings

Out of their unknown fourth dimensional realm materializes a horde of White Invaders with power invincible.

The Girl in the Golden Atom

by Raymond King Cummings

A classic work of science fiction, this novel was one of the first to explore the world of the atom. The Girl in the Golden Atom is the story of a young chemist who finds a hidden atomic world within his mother’s...

The Fire People

Tarrano the Conqueror

by Raymond King Cummings

In Tarrano the Conqueror is presented a tale of the year 2430 A.D.--a time somewhat farther beyond our present-day era than we are beyond Columbus' discovery of America. My desire has been to create for you...

Brigands of the Moon

by Raymond King Cummings

Gregg Haljan was aware that there was a certain danger in having the giant spaceship Planetara stop off at the moon to pick up Grantline's special cargo of moon ore. For that rare metal--invaluable in keeping...

Beyond the Vanishing Point

by Raymond King Cummings

When George Randolph first caught sight of Orena, he was astounded by its gleaming perfection. Here were hills and valleys, lakes and streams, glowing with the light of the most precious of metals. And, more...

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