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Breaking The Minder

by Viola Grace

Zeeat has spent her life in contemplation, education and empathy. Given a chance to join the Citadel to learn what she is completely capable of, she takes the opportunity to move to her next level of experience....


Job, Herself

by Joseph Cadotte

Fleeing a bloody coup, Rebecca Campbell hunts for vengeance as she tries to seize the throne from her mad brother, who is tightening his grasp on their asteroid kingdom. Job, Herself is a love letter to, and...


Jack Mercury and the Zombies of  Remus: Jack Mercury Chronicles

by George W. Gardner & Siddartha 13 Vineet

Jack is on his first mission with the Solar Navy when his ship is over run by a Zombie hoard. He leads a band of fellow crewman to find the source of the infection and bring the perpetrators to justice. Jack...


Confluence

by S. K. Dunstall

From the national bestselling author of Alliance, linesman Ean Lambert finds himself caught in a dangerous fight for political power...

 

The lines. Mysterious yet familiar: the key to controlling every ship...


Joyeux: a Musketeer Space novella

by Rayner Roberts Tansy

It’s festival time on Paris Satellite: a seven day whirl of drunken bets, poor decision-making, religious contemplation and tinsel. But mostly, poor decision-making.

Porthos and Athos aren’t going to sleep...


Deadly City

by Ivar Jorgenson

You’re all alone in a deserted city. You walk down an empty street, yearning for the sight of one living face—one moving figure. Then you see a man on a corner and you know your terror has only begun.


And That's How It Was, Officer

by Ralph Sholto

When Uncle Peter decided to clean out the underworld, it was a fine thing for the town, but it was tough on the folks in Tibet.


Acid Bath

by Vaseleos Garson

The starways’ Lone Watcher had expected some odd developments in his singular, nerve-fraught job on the asteroid. But nothing like the weird twenty-one-day liquid test devised by the invading Steel-Blues.


Confidence Game

by James McKimmey, Jr.

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


Cultural Exchange

by Keith Laumer

“What kind of university do they have on D’Land?” asked Retief. “We’re sending them two thousand exchange students. It must be quite an institution.” “University? D’Land has one under-endowed...


Masters of Space

by Edward E. Smith

The Masters had ruled all space with an unconquerable iron fist. But the Masters were gone. And this new, young race who came now to take their place—could they hope to defeat the ancient Enemy of All?


George Loves Gistla

by James McKimmey, Jr.

“Why don’t you find yourself some nice little American girl,” his father had often repeated. But George was on Venus ... and he loved pale green skin ... and globular heads and most of all, George loved...


Lord of a Thousand Suns

by Poul Anderson

He got the lock open as they retreated for another charge. For an instant his teeth flashed under the moon, the cold grin of Daryesh the warrior who had ruled a thousand suns in his day and led the fleets of...


Master of the Moondog

by Stanley Mullen

Idiotic pets rate idiotic masters. Tod Denver and Charley, the moondog, made ideal companions as they set a zigzag course for the Martian diggings—paradise for fools.


Star Ship

by Poul Anderson

“But—why us? The Terrestrials—what have we to do with—” Janazik’s yellow eyes blazed at him. “You aren’t stupid, blood-brother. Think!” After a moment Anse nodded bleakly. “The Star Ship—”...


No Shield from the Dead

by Gordon R. Dickson

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


The Chapter Ends

by Poul Anderson

Julith clasped the star-man’s arm with one hand, while her other arm gripped his waist. The generator in Jorun’s skull responded to his will . . . they rose quietly and went slowly seaward . . . .


Narakan Rifles, about Face!

by Jan Smith

Those crazy, sloppy, frog-like Narakans ... all thumbs and six-inch skulls ... relics of the Suzi swamps. Until four-fisted Lt. Terrence O’Mara moved among them—lethal, dangerous, with a steady purpose flaming...


One Purple Hope!

by Henry Hasse

Once he had been a tall, straight spaceman, free as the galaxies. Now Joel Latham was a tsith-addict, a beach-comber at Venusport. Maybe he’d get one last chance....


Mutineer

by Robert J. Shea

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