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Zoo 2: The Return

by Stuart Haywood

A series of disappearances baffle the police. Detective Sergeant Mellissa Carlisle and her partner D.C. James Tyler are assigned to the case. They tirelessly search for clues but every lead seems to provide...


Zoo

by Stuart Haywood

Bob Davidson retired from 22 SAS into an occupation he believed would be a contrast to the constant threat of death he had experienced over the last few years. The dawn was breaking around the zoo, as head keeper...


Family Matters: A Short Story

by Peter F. Hamilton

A short story featuring Greg Mandel, originally appeared in a limited edition of Mindstar Rising. Richard Townsend would proudly call himself a man of business as he secures a lucrative, though not entirely...


Toys & 'Toons: Fantasy Stories

by Michael Samerdyke

"Toys and 'Toons" consists of four fantasy stories inspired by toys and cartoons: "The Frankenstein Doll," "The Plot Against Santa Claus," "The Duck Is Amuck" and "The Best Medicine."


Towerld Level 0005: The Expedition Launch to the Higher Levels

by Doctor Deicide

"You are going to have to explain this to me." Even though Hector_1304 and Wendy have managed to sneak into the suite, they were ambushed by the Theriocephalic Thugs. Thanks to the storming support of Gideon...


Cardinal Richload: And the Temple of Treacle

by Zelda Bloomsbury

A half Welsh, half Rastafarian Bob Marley fan who smokes menthol spliffs inherits £150,000,000 from his late uncle provided he will look after a decommissioned old church in Camden Town, London. But this is...


Phenomena X

by Lionel Fanthorpe

Dolores Foster was walking home from work when she noticed an oddly shaped glittering something at the edge of the pavement. She stooped, fascinated, and picked up a metallic brooch or badge of unusual lightness....


The Man From Beyond

by Lionel Fanthorpe

Oliver Marland was an ordinary crew man on a routine flight before disaster overtook the 5X5. The strange sequence of events affected the minds of the entire ship's company - Marland alone was capable of getting...


Special Mission

by Lionel Fanthorpe

Kerrigan was a legend of his own life-time. He was the kind of electric personality around whom strange stories accumulate like iron filings dancing towards a magnet. When Kerrigan failed to return from a special...


Vengeance of Siva

by Lionel Fanthorpe

Uma, a beautiful but frightened dancing girl, sells a strange bronze statuette of Nataraja, the dancing Siva, to Dr Chris Anderson, while he was visiting a bazaar in Pollachi, Southern India. He travels back...


Orbit One

by Lionel Fanthorpe

Space fiction is no longer fiction in the same way that it used to be. There was an element of distance and strangeness about it a few years back. Now, fact has caught up and threatens to overtake. Science fiction...


Perilous Galaxy

by Lionel Fanthorpe

The only lesson we learn from history is that we never learn from history. Primitive weakness destroys just as surely in the age of Rock and Roll as it did in the days of the harp or the spinet. Man has nothing...


The Uninvited

by Lionel Fanthorpe

It should have been routine. Nothing could go wrong. The anode and the cathode were behaving perfectly. The meters and dials were recording accurately. A faint effervescence stirred in the chemical solution....


The Last Astronaut

by Lionel Fanthorpe

Alex was a pioneer. Like all pioneers he had problems. He had more problems than most; when things start to go wrong in space they go wrong in a big way. One by one the perils of the void took their toll of...


They Never Come Back

by Lionel Fanthorpe

There are some parts of the world where change comes slowly. There are other placed where it scarcely comes at all. In really remote areas time stands still. The passing of the centuries means no more than the...


Nightmare

by Lionel Fanthorpe

The modern mind usually associates witchcraft with the middle ages. We think of witches as Shakespeare depicted them in Macbeth. We see them as secret, black and midnight hags, doing a deed without a name. We...


The Synthetic Ones

by Lionel Fanthorpe

Is there a Destiny? Does Fate impose a limit? What Barrier stands between man and the creation of life? Since the legendary failure of the ill-fated Frankenstein, man has tried time and time again to pass those...


The Golden Chalice

by Lionel Fanthorpe

The romantic legend of the Holy Grail is almost without parallel in the stories of chivalry. It has about it a quality of inspiration and a standard of purity that transcends everyday life. It shines like a...


Vengeance

by Douglas Hill

After a violent confrontation with Fray and Kannis, two of the Cartel's more senior mages, Nick and Julia, lie wounded, assumed dead, while Paddy, April and Sam have been captured by demon forces. But Nick and...


Brain World

by Mack Reynolds

MILK RUN. That's what they told Ronny Bronston this job would be. "Just like a vacation," his boss had said. All he and the giant Dorn Horsten would have to do is visit the planet Einstein and see if there was...