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Chain of Command

by Stephen Arr

By going through channels, George worked up from the woodwork to the top brass!

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The Beldonald Holbein

The Affair of the Brains

by Harry Bates

Hawk Carse himself goes to keep Judd the Kite's rendezvous with the sinister genius Ku Sui.

The Statue

by Mari Wolf

There is a time for doing and a time for going home. But where is home in an ever-changing universe?

Tangle Hold

by Floyd L. Wallace

Jadiver objected to being the greatest influence for good on Venus ... because what was good for Venus was bad for Jadiver!

Rough Translation

by Jean M. Janis

Don't be ashamed if you can't blikkel any more. It's because you couldn't help framishing.

Sir Dominick Ferrand

Feline Red

by Robert Sampson

It was up to Jerill to think fast ... to do something ... before those strange beasts sucked away the last purified ore on the freighter Bertha.

A Knyght Ther Was

by Robert Franklin Young

But the Knyght was a little less than Perfect, and his horse did not have a metabolism, and his "castle" was much more mobile—timewise!—than it had any business being!

What Need of Man?

by Harold Calin

Bannister was a rocket scientist. He started with the premise of testing man's reaction to space probes under actual conditions; but now he was just testing space probes—and man was a necessary evil to contend...

The Barbarians

by Algis Budrys

History was repeating itself; there were moats and nobles in Pennsylvania and vassals in Manhattan and the barbarian hordes were overrunning the land.

Nor Iron Bars a Cage....

by Randall Garrett

Iron bars do not confine a Man—only his body. There are more subtle, and more confining bindings, however....

Ruth Fielding in the Great Northwest

Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil

by Alice B. Emerson

From Washington the scene is shifted to the great oil fields of our country. A splendid picture of the oil field operations of today.

Calumet 'K'

by Samuel Merwin & Henry Kitchell Webster

This 1901 novel is the story of one man's ingenuity, perseverance and struggle in the construction of a grain elevator, and of his exhilarating triumph. Ayn Rand declared it her favorite novel, and it served...

The Making of Mona

The Metropolis

by Upton Sinclair

Deals with New York as unsparingly as "The Jungle" dealt with Chicago.

Roderick Hudson

Christmas with Grandma Elsie

by Martha Finley

A Christmas story from the Elsie series.

In the Walls of Eryx