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The Professional Approach

by Charles Leonard Harness

The trials of a patent lawyer are usually highly technical tribulations--and among the greatest is the fact that Inventors are only slightly less predictable than their Inventions!

Faithfully Yours

by Lou Tabakow

If it's too impossibly difficult to track down and recapture an escaped criminal ... there's a worse thing one might do....

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!

Crystallized Thought

The Infra-Medians

by Sewell Peaslee Wright

Into a land of shadows and lost souls goes Pete Grahame in search of his hapless friends.

The Winged Men of Orcon

by David R. Sparks

Far out at the edge of the Universe two scientists play a game of wits--Earth to the winner.

Joy Ride

by Mark Meadows

Men or machines—something had to give—though not necessarily one or the other. Why not both?

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.

The Bobbsey Twins on a Houseboat

Henry Horn's X-Ray Eye Glasses

by Dwight Vreeland Swain

Henry Horn had a new invention; a pair of glasses that worked on the x-ray principle. But he didn't expect them to reveal Nazi secret agents and their works of sabotage!

Planet of Dreams

by James McKimmey

The climate was perfect, the sky was always blue, and—best of all—nobody had to work. What more could anyone want?

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!

You Don't Make Wine Like the Greeks Did

by David E. Fisher

"Every century has its advantages and its drawbacks," he said. "We, for instance, have bred out sexual desire. And, as for you people ..."

The Enigma Event

Control Group

by Roger D. Aycock

"Any problem posed by one group of human beings can be resolved by any other group." That's what the Handbook said. But did that include primitive humans? Or the Bees? Or a "Control Group"

Instinct

by George Oliver Smith

You can keep a good man down, if you've got enough headstart, are alert and persistent... so long as he limits himself to acting like a good man....

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 Claverings

King's Evil

Master of None

by Lloyd Neil Goble

The advantages of specialization are so obvious that, today, we don't even know how to recognize a competent syncretist!