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Cue for Quiet

by Thomas L. Sherred

After too many years, T. L. Sherred returns with a story that gets our SPACE SPECIAL rating. It's the story of a man with a headache—who found a cure for it! And the cure gave him more power than any man could...

Home is Where You Left It

by Stephen Marlowe

How black is the blackest treachery? Is the most callous traitor entitled to mercy? Steve pondered these questions. His decision? That at times the villain should possibly be spoken of as a hero.

The Tree of Life

by Catherine Lucille Moore

A gripping tale of the planet Mars and the terrible monstrosity that called its victims to it from afar—a tale of Northwest Smith.

Perchance to Dream

by Richard Stockham

If you wish to escape, if you would go to faraway places, then go to sleep and dream. For sometimes that is the only way....

In the Cards

by Alan Cogan

It is one thing to safeguard the future ... and something else entirely to see someone you love cry in terror two years from now!

Circle of Flight

by Richard Stockham

Thorus, the vengeful, had determined his way. Aria, the healer, had determined her way. Which determined this classic meeting of the twain.

Thy Rocks and Rills

by Robert E. Gilbert

They were out of place in the Manly Age—Stonecypher, a man who loved animals; Moe, a bull who hated men. Together, they marched to inevitably similar destinies...

The Huddlers

by William Campbell Gault

He was a reporter from Venus with an assignment on Earth. He got his story but, against orders, he fell in love—and therein lies this story.

The Victor

by Bryce Walton

Under the new system of the Managerials, the fight was not for life but for death! And great was the ingenuity of—The Victor.

The Merchants of Venus

by A.H. Phelps

A pioneer movement is like a building—the foundation is never built for beauty!

The Cosmic Deflector

by Stanton A. Coblentz

It's one thing to force the Earth out of its orbit, and another to force it back in again!

Beyond The Thunder

by H.B. Hickey

What was this blinding force that came out of a hole in the sky, and was powerful enough to destroy an entire city? Case thought he knew....

A Final Reckoning

by G. A. Henty

An exciting adventure of outlaws in the early days of the Australian gold rush, when fortunes were made and stolen, and when bush rangers and natives constituted a real and formidable danger to the settlers....

Post Haste

by Robert Michael Ballantyne

This tale is founded chiefly on facts furnished by the Postmaster-General's Annual Reports, and gathered, during personal intercourse and investigation, at the General Post-Office of London and its Branches....

Check and Checkmate

by Walter M. Miller

Victory hinges not always on the mightiest sword, but often on lowly subterfuge. Here is a classic example, with the Western World as stooge!

Otherwise Phyllis

by Meredith Nicholson

Phyllis is a healthy, hearty, vivacious young woman of prankish disposition and inquiring mind....

A Reversible Santa Claus

by Meredith Nicholson

A humorous and exciting story of a burglar who reformed on Christmas Eve and returned the things he had stolen, told in Mr. Nicholson's best vein.

The Port of Missing Men

by Meredith Nicholson

There is romance of love, mystery, plot, and fighting, and a breathless dash and go about the telling which makes one quite forget about the improbabilities of the story; and it all ends in the old-fashioned...

The Madness of May

by Meredith Nicholson

A story to be read by all honest lovers of romance in terms of whimsy. It is altogether spirited and delightful, a masterful fantasy released from the sober interpretation of American life and character.

A Hoosier Chronicle

by Meredith Nicholson

The history of the making and marring of men in politics.