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In Limbo

by Christopher Evans

In a time of trouble, in a state of confusion, in a maze of mystery, in the Britain of the 1980s It could happen to anyone. And it has happened to Carpenter. Now his only chance is to escape. Because Carpenter...


The Gamesman

by Barry N. Malzberg

A staggering vision of Earth in the not-so-distant future. . . In a controlled and mechanical world, the only reality is fear and killing boredom. The only escape from mind-blowing monotony is the Game, with...


The Sodom and Gomorrah Business

by Barry N. Malzberg

Death and Disorder 104. Institute courses told a grim story about the Network - that savage world beyond the closely guarded Institute gates. But they wanted to see for themselves. They had to know. Were they...


On A Planet Alien

by Barry N. Malzberg

Folsom's Planet - An Alien land yet so familiar. If the mission were a success, Folsom's planet would bear his name for eternity. The barbarians would be civilized; the planet would join the Federation; the...


The Destruction of the Temple

by Barry N. Malzberg

The year is 2016, and President Kennedy is being murdered - again and again and again The director has come to the charred ruins of New York to re-enact a mad dream from the past - the assassination of President...


The Remaking of Sigmund Freud

by Barry N. Malzberg

O Brave New World . . . When man roamed freely among the planets and away to the stars, spacecraft had to carry the best advisers with them, for outside help was usually too far off to do any good in emergencies....


Dwellers of the Deep

by Barry N. Malzberg

What! A science fiction novel about science fiction fans? And why not? Or - like it says in this novel: "Do you really think that a group of science fiction fans could save this planet? Could understand this...


The Forest of Peldain

by Barrington J. Bayley

Life was not possible on that watery world except on the Hundred Islands. The Empire of Arelia ruled them all - all except one. Peldain was entirely covered with a forest so impenetrable and so deadly that all...


Star Winds

by Barrington J. Bayley

The sails were the product of the Old Technology, lost long ago in the depleted Earth, and they were priceless. For with those fantastic sheets of etheric material, ships could sail the sky and even brave the...


The Grand Wheel

by Barrington J. Bayley

When empires hung on the turn of a card Cheyne Scarne was a gambler - a lucky one. What he didn't know about randomatics wasn't worth knowing. He had brains to get right to the heart of the Grand Wheel - the...


The Soul of the Robot

by Barrington J. Bayley

He was unique. Alone in a world that did not understand him, he tested the super powers of his mind and body. More than a machine, but less than a man, he searched restlessly for the truth. Before his quest...


The Fall of Chronopolis

by Barrington J. Bayley

The mighty ships of the Third Time Fleet relentlessly patrolled the Chronotic Empire's thousand-year frontier, blotting out an error of history here or there before swooping back to challenge other time-travelling...


Annihilation Factor

by Barrington J. Bayley

From the Garlowe Clusters in the north to the Veils of Darkness in the south, the Star Kingdom sprawled over roughly a fifth of the galaxy. So huge was this realm that those who tussled for power over it seemed...


The Rod of Light

by Barrington J. Bayley

Robot evolution has advanced to the point that intelligent robots have liberated themselves from servitude, defending themselves from servitude, defending themselves against the humans who work to exterminate...


The Star Virus

by Barrington J. Bayley

WE DEMAND THAT YOU HAND OVER THE OBJECT. Impossible. Ownership is in the hands of our clients. HUMAN OWNERSHIP OF THE OBJECT IS NOT ADMISSIBLE. STREALL CLAIM IS ABSOLUTE. YOU WILL NOTIFY US OF WHEREABOUTS It...


The Insider

by Christopher Evans

What happens to a man whose entire personality undergoes a sudden and profound change? Stephen Marsh is a successful management consultant, happily married and with a daughter at university. Then one day he...


Queen of the States

by Josephine Saxton

This book is about Magdalen, a woman who is on her own planet, out to lunch and on her own trip. She moves through time and space, from a private mental hospital to an alien spaceship where she is interrogated...


The Ultimate Weapon

by John W. Campbell

The star Mira was unpredictably variable. Sometimes it was blazing, brilliant and hot. Other times it was oddly dim, cool, shedding little warmth on its many planets. Gresth Gkae, leader of the Mirans, was seeking...


The Black Star Passes

by John W. Campbell

THREE AGAINST THE STARS! A sky pirate armed with superior weapons of his own invention... First contact with an alien race dangerous enough to threaten the safety of two planets... The arrival of an unseen dark...


The Shift Key

by John Brunner

When the sleepy town of Weyharrow is enveloped by a mysterious fog, the inhabitants find themselves behaving in strange and dangerous ways. Dr Steven Glaze, a young probationary GP, prescribes a most unorthodox...