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Kris Longknife: Bold

by Mike Shepherd

Kris Longknife “can kick, shoot, and punch her way out of any dangerous situation,”* and her latest adventure in the New York Times bestelling series is as perilous as they come...


Despite her role as...

Cloak of War: The Empress Game Trilogy 2

by Rhonda Mason

The bloody tournament to determine the new empress of the intergalactic empire may be over, but for exiled princess Kayla Reinumon, the battle is just beginning. To free her home planet from occupation, Kayla...


by Will McIntosh

Faller is a new gripping standalone, science fiction thriller by Hugo Award-winning author Will McIntosh.

Day One: No one can remember anything—who they are, family and friends, or even how to read. Reality...

A World Apart

by Sam Merwin, Jr.

Most men of middle age would welcome a chance to live their lives a second time. But Coulter did not.

Collector's Item

by Robert F. Young

We’ve often wondered what would happen if Robert Young should cease to be a lyrically intense writer for a story or two, forsaking the bright, poetic worlds of miss katy three and the first sweet sleep of...

Crossroad's of Destiny

by H. Beam Piper

Readers who remember the Hon. Stephen Silk, diplomat extraordinary, in Lone Star Planet (FU, March 1957), later published as A Planet For Texans (Ace Books), will find the present story a challenging departure—this...

Small World

by William F. Nolan

What will happen when the alien ships strike Earth? And later? Who will survive? What will life be like in that latter-day jungle? William F. Nolan, well known in SF circles on the West Coast, returns with this...

The Hohokam Dig

by Theodore Pratt

From where had these attacking Indians come? Out of a long forgotten and dim past? Had their medicine man seen the one supreme vision?

Cancer World

by Harry Warner, Jr.

Greg tried desperately to find an illegal method of joining his family on Mars; for the law said that no healthy man could land on a Cancer World.

Stopover Planet

by Robert E. Gilbert

Early morning deliveries were part of the Honeychile Bakery Service. But on this particular morning the service was reversed!

The Beasts in the Void

by Paul W. Fairman

Holloway was used to big game hunters and their expeditions to other worlds. But this trip was sheer madness—a space ship stalking among The Beasts In The Void.

The Mind Digger

by Winston Marks

There was a reason why his scripts were smash hits—they had realism. And why not? He was reliving every scene and emotion in them!

The Legion of Lazarus

by Edmond Hamilton

Being expelled from an air lock into deep space was the legal method of execution. But it was also the only way a man could qualify for The Legion Of Lazarus.

The Minus Woman

by Russ Winterbotham

What made the mass of this tiny asteroid fluctuate in defiance of all known physical laws? It was an impossible fact—but then, so was the girl who they knew couldn’t exist!

The Very Secret Agent

by Mari Wolf

Poor Riuku! . . . Not being a member of the human race, how was he supposed to understand what goes on in a woman's mind when the male of the same species didn't even know?

The Snowbank Orbit

by Fritz Leiber

"Rig ship for the snowbank orbit! Snowbank orbit with stinger! Mr. Grunfeld, raise the fleet." Aft, Croker muttered, "Rig our shrouds, don't he mean? Rig shrouds and firecrackers mounted on Fourth of July rockets."...

The Real Hard Sell

by William W. Stuart

Naturally human work was more creative, more inspiring, more important than robot drudgery. Naturally it was the most important task in all the world ... or was it?

The Man Who Staked the Stars

by Charles Dye

Bryce Carter could afford a smug smile. For hadn't he risen gloriously from Thieves Row to director of famed U.T.? Was not Earth, Moon, and all the Belt, at this very moment awaiting his command for the grand...

No Shield from the Dead

by Gordon R. Dickson

No conceivable force could penetrate Terri's shield. Yet he was defenseless.


by Robert J. Shea

For every weapon there was a defense, but not against the deadliest weapon-man himself!