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Spacemen Never Die!

by Morris Hershman

Henry knew his wife had been married once before; now he expected her to start a new life with him—but to her the past was alive, and— Spacemen Never Die!

The Monstrance

They Also Serve

by Donald Edwin Westlake

Why should people hate vultures? After all, a vulture never kills anyone…

The Procession of Life

Pembroke's Saga

The Seven Vagabonds

The Inhabited

by Richard Wilson

Containing a foe is sound military thinking—unless it's carried out so literally that everybody becomes an innocent Trojan Horse!

Mr. Chipfellow's Jackpot

by Dick Purcell

Being one of the richest men in the world, it was only natural that many people anticipated the day he would die. For someone should claim— Mr. Chipfellow's Jackpot.

Garth and the Visitor

by L.J. Stecher

If you could ask them, you might be greatly surprised—some tabus very urgently want to be broken!

The Sword and the Atopen

by Taylor H. Greenfield

The conversion of light into electricity by spectrum is an interesting possibility. The idea of using foreign proteins on the human system to repel enemies, is also interesting. Do you get it? We didn't either...

The Stutterer

by R.R. Merliss

A man can be killed by a toy gun--he can die of fright, for heart attacks can kill. What, then, is the deadly thing that must be sealed away, forever locked in buried concrete--a thing or an idea?

Jack’s Gift

by Jason Stoddard

Metropolis meets Miracle On 34th Street; grit with a lot of heart.

Portrait of Ari

Across the Zodiac

The Jupiter Weapon

by Charles Louis Fontenay

He was a living weapon of destruction—immeasurably powerful, utterly invulnerable. There was only one question: Was he human?

My Visit To Niagara

When the Sleepers Woke

by Arthur Leo Zagat

Only two small groups of people—enemies—survive the vast desolation of the Final War.

Zarlah the Martian

And All the Earth a Grave

by Carroll M. Capps

There's nothing wrong with dying--it just hasn't ever had the proper sales pitch!

Buds and Bird Voices