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Nomansland

by D. G. Compton

The Attrition. It was a bloodless, bureaucratic word, chosen to hide the appalling reality of the plague that had changed the face of civilisation. Now Dr Harriet Ryder-Kahn, born four years into the Attrition,...


Scudder's Game

by D. G. Compton

Have a Happy Golden Straub Day! The message floated in the sky for all to read; citizens chanted it to each other, motorists tooted it on their car horns as they drove the uncongested freeways. Earth had become...


Ascendancies

by D. G. Compton

Into a future where a depleted fuel supply had the world spiralling down into grinding poverty and constant war came . . . Moondrift. Mysterious white flakes of alien matter that was the perfect fuel - clean...


The Silent Multitude

by D. G. Compton

In the near future, the super-modern city of Gloucester has been transformed - completely redesigned and rebuilt to the principles of 'scientific city planning'. This gleaming city is threatened with extinction...


The Quality of Mercy

by D. G. Compton

The time: 1979 The place: a top-secret US Air Force base in the Cotswolds The actors: carefully selected, healthy-living personnel The missions: long-range reconnaissance flights The problem: is there any connection...


Windows

by D. G. Compton

Rod was a television reporter with the ultimate gimmick. Thanks to the marvels of microsurgery, TV cameras were implanted in his eyes. He could broadcast people's actions without them even knowing it. But when...


No Direction Home

by Norman Spinrad

A collection of short stories from the acclaimed author of 'Bug Jack Barron'. Includes "No Direction Home" which depicts a drug dystopia, and "Sierra Maestra." A violent rock group with maniacal music boils...


Greenhouse Summer

by Norman Spinrad

The world of the future is in a lot of trouble. Pollution, overpopulation, and ecological disasters have left the rich nations still rich, and the poor nations dying. Still, for international businesses it is...


Journals of the Plague Years

by Norman Spinrad

The Plague's origins were mysterious, but its consequences were all too obvious: quarantined cities, safe-sex machines, Sex Police, the outlawing of old-fashioned love. Four people hold the fate of humanity...


The Void Captain's Tale

by Norman Spinrad

Welcome aboard the sex-drive void ship Captain Genro commands the giant spaceship Dragon Zephyr - on board are ten thousand passengers in electrocoma, a smaller number of conscious passengers eagerly utilising...


Songs from the Stars

by Norman Spinrad

He was Clear Blue Lou, perfect master of the Clear Blue Way, at one with the law of muscle, sun, wind and water governing Aquaria. She was Sunshine Sue, always in a hurry in a world that was too slow, Queen...


A World Between

by Norman Spinrad

Pacifica was a monument to freedom and equality-until the off-worlders came. The Femocrats, a party of female separatists, and the Transcendental Scientists, an institute of technofascists dedicated to male...


The Men in the Jungle

by Norman Spinrad

Bart Fraden came looking for a planet to conquer - and found the hell-hole of the galaxy Sangre - the killer planet. For three centuries Sangre had been dominated by the sadistic Brotherhood of Pain, a priesthood...


Agent of Chaos

by Norman Spinrad

The Great Tyrant rules the solar system with absolute terror. Only one man dares to fight back. The time is the 24th century. Humankind populates the entire solar system from icy Pluto to boiling Mercury. Great...


Jupiter Laughs

by Edmund Cooper

What happened on Judgement Day? Do we have Martian ancestors? Will we blow up the world? In this collection of his best SF stories, Edmund Cooper gives his own inimitably entertaining answers to these and other...


Uncertain Midnight

by Edmund Cooper

They called him the Survivor - a 20th Century man 'reborn' in 2113. After a devastating atomic holocaust, mankind had now turned to the machine to solve his problems. Which led to the androids - descended from...


Prisoner of Fire

by Edmund Cooper

Vanessa Smith looked like any normal seventeen year old girl. But Vanessa wasn't normal at all.

She possessed extraordinary telepathic powers - and in the 1990s telepathy was the ultimate weapon in psychological...


The Overman Culture

by Edmund Cooper

A boy's struggle to grasp the forbidden truth about his world Michael was quite young when he discovered that some of his playmates bled if they cut themselves, and some didn't. For a long time he didn't think...


Five to Twelve

by Edmund Cooper

The twenty-first century is drawing to an end. Earth's social structure has undergone a complete reversal - women dominate society and men have been reduced to the status of manipulated objects. Into this world...


The Cloud Walker

by Edmund Cooper

The Civilizations of the First and Second Man have been destroyed by the products of their own technology. Now the world is emerging from a new dark age into the dawn of a second Middle Ages. Britain is dominated...