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That Girl Montana

by Marah Ellis Ryan

The latest novel by this well-known and popular author. She has never written a stronger story than this, which is full of that subtle charm that compels a sympathetic interest from its opening chapter. The...


The Planet Savers

by Marion Zimmer Bradley

"One body, two minds--and a world in the balance!"

Marion Zimmer Bradley has written some of the finest science fiction in print. She has been away from our pages too long. So this story is in the nature of a...


The Bondwoman

by Marah Ellis Ryan

Marah Ellis Ryan (1860/1866-1934) was a popular author, actress and activist for Native Americans at the turn of the 20th century. She was born in Butler County, Pa. As a young woman she wrote a few poems and...


The Golgotha Dancers

by Manly Wade Wellman

A curious and terrifying story about an artist who sold his soul that he might paint a living picture.


The Devil's Asteroid

by Manly Wade Wellman

The Rock Bred Evolution in Reverse!


The Flute of the Gods

by Marah Ellis Ryan

Not only an interesting novel, but a great ethnological work with insight into Indian life, lore and character. The story grows ore powerful as it progresses and its pictures of Tahante and his devoted love...


The Story of Jessie

by Mabel Quiller-Couch

Florence Mabel Quiller-Couch was a younger sister of Arthur Quiller-Couch, who was Professor of English Literature at Cambridge, and wrote fiction as "Q." Like her brother and sister Lillian, she became a writer,...


Paul the Courageous

by Mabel Quiller-Couch

Mabel Quiller-Couch (1866-1924) was a Cornish writer. She was the the sister of Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch, and her sister Lilian M. Quiller- Couch was an author as well. She wrote Ancient and Holy Wells...


The Making of Mona

by Mabel Quiller-Couch

Mabel Quiller-Couch (1866-1924) was a Cornish writer. She was the the sister of Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch, and her sister Lilian M. Quiller- Couch was an author as well. She wrote Ancient and Holy Wells...


Restricted Tool

by Malcolm B. Morehart

Finders, keepers, is an unwritten law. But the gadget Clark accidentally found had a special set of rules governing its use by whom—and when!


Dick and Brownie

by Mabel Quiller-Couch

The old horse standing patiently by, with drooping head and hopeless, patient eyes, looked starved and weak. His poor body was so thin that the bones seemed ready to push through the skin, on which showed the...


Cornwall's Wonderland

by Mabel Quiller-Couch

With a vivid recollection of the keen enjoyment I myself found in the strange and wonderful Romances and Legends of Old Cornwall, now so rapidly being forgotten; with a remembrance too of the numerous long and...


Carroll Girls: Or How the Sisters Helped

by Mabel Quiller-Couch

There are four heroines,--Esther, Penelope, Angela, and Poppy Carroll,--and the book tells how they each 'helped.' A good story for half-grown girls.


Kitty Trenire

by Mabel Quiller-Couch

Mabel Quiller-Couch (1866-1924) was a Cornish writer. She was the the sister of Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch, and her sister Lilian M. Quiller- Couch was an author as well. She wrote Ancient and Holy Wells...


Better Than Play

by Mabel Quiller-Couch

Mabel Quiller-Couch (1866-1924) was a Cornish writer. She was the the sister of Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch, and her sister Lilian M. Quiller- Couch was an author as well. She wrote Ancient and Holy Wells...


Generals Help Themselves

by M. C. Pease

With no one to help him, it seemed the General was lost. But the enemy was soon to discover that—


Time Enough at Last

by Lyn Venable

The atomic bomb meant, to most people, the end.To Henry Bemis it meant something far different—a thing to appreciate and enjoy.


Homesick

by Lyn Venable

What thrill is there in going out among the stars if coming back means bitter loneliness?


Grove of the Unborn

by Lyn Venable

Bheel still stood on the patio, transfixed with horror. He heard the terrified cry "Dheb Tyn-Dall"—and then the vigilant Guardians got him....


On Handling the Data

by M. I. Mayfield

Sometimes a story is best told by omission!