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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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Captain Gardiner of the International Police

by Robert Allen

In the far flung year of 1975 ("sixty years after the last and most terrible European war") Captain Gardiner, a squarejawed two-fisted Slab Thunkchest type, is the best agent that the International Police have....

The Weapons of Mystery

A Hoosier Chronicle

by Meredith Nicholson

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

The Test Colony

by Winston K. Marks

Benson did his best to keep his colony from going native, but what can you do when the Natives have a rare human intelligence and know all about the facts of life?

The Giants From Outer Space

by Geoff St. Reynard

Grim terror lurked in the void many light years from Earth. But Pinkham and his men were unaware of it—until suddenly they discovered—The Giants From Outer Space

Fanny Herself

by Edna Ferber

This intensely personal chronicle of a young girl growing up Jewish in a small midwestern town is the most autobiographical of Pulitzer Prize-winning Ferber’s novels, full of fine, full-blown, and fascinating...

The Impossible Voyage Home

by Floyd L. Wallace

The right question kept getting the wrong answer—but old Ethan and Amantha got the right answer by asking the wrong question!

The Animated Pinup

by Lewis Parker

You're not expected to believe this story since it's the kind of thing that science calls impossible. But anyway, she happened. Who? Why—

Vital Ingredient

by Charles V. de Vet

It is man's most precious possession—no living thing can exist without it. But when they gave it to Orville, it killed him. For the answer, read 1/M.

The Psilent Partner

by John Victor Peterson

Without stressing the technological aspects of the strange powers of the widely-talented ones—the psis, espers, telepaths which have been so painstakingly forecast by Stapledon, van Vogt, Weinbaum, Vance and...

Insidekick

by Jesse Franklin Bone

Johnson had two secrets—one he knew and would die rather than reveal—and one he didn't know that meant to save him over his own dead body!

Weels Within

by Charles V. de Vet

Never ask "Who am I and where do I come from?" The answers may not be what you'd expect!

Confidence Game

by James McKimmey

Cutter demanded more and more and more efficiency—and got it! But, as in anything, enough is enough, and too much is …

Feet Of Clay

by Phillip Hoskins

Life is pretty strange when a god who is good and benevolent must prove that he has FEET OF CLAY.

The Reluctant Weapon

by Howard L. Myers

A live weapon is a downright liability ... it's all too apt to get qualms of conscience!

The Enormous Room

by Horace Leonard Gold

One big name per story is usually considered to be sufficient. So when two of them appear in one by-line, it can certainly be called a scoop; so that's what we'll call it. H. L. Gold and science-fiction go together...

Hooking Up

by Tom Doyle

High school and evolution, VR space, artificial intelligence and the unrestrained id.

Buttered Side Down

by Edna Ferber

From the Foreword: "And so," the story writers used to say, "they lived happily ever after." Um-m-m—maybe. After the glamour had worn off, and the glass slippers were worn out, did the Prince never find Cinderella's...

Backlash

by Winston K. Marks

They were the perfect servants—they were willing to do everything for nothing. The obvious question is: How much is nothing?