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A World of Difference

by Edmund Cooper

This collection contains one long novella, "The Firebird", which some critics regard this as Edmund Cooper's finest work. Two stories were written especially for the collection and the remaining stories were...

Who Needs Men?

by Edmund Cooper


Rura Alexandra, Madam Exterminator, had recently graduated into a 25th century world where men had become biologically less important, where...

The Tenth Planet

by Edmund Cooper

The Dag Hammarskjold takes off from Woomera, Australia for the new human settlement on Mars.

Planet Earth is being eaten away by uncontrollable pollution, starvation and disease. Its life expectancy is nil....

Collision with Chronos

by Barrington J. Bayley

The alien ruins that dotted Earth's landscape were an enigma.

Archaeologist Rond Heshke dismissed as a ridiculous hoax the photographic evidence which suggested that the ruins disobeyed the laws of time. The...


by Keith Roberts

Most people think witches are old and ugly - but ANITA isn't.

ANITA doesn't cackle and hiss as she works dark curses, either. Oh, she casts witch's spells and incantations, but not the usual kind.

ANITA's main...

Trample an Empire Down

by Mack Reynolds


They had a Guaranteed Annual Income and an automated world where no one had to work - but there was nothing to do!

When Morris and his friends ran out of beer, there was only one alternative...

The Chariots of Ra: Keys to the Dimensions Book 7

by Kenneth Bulmer

The chariots came on at great speed and there was no mistaking their purpose. Tulley wondered if they were using this place as a base . . . Then an arrow plunked into the parapet of his chariot. Oolou lashed...

The Hunters of Jundagai: Keys to the Dimensions Book 6

by Kenneth Bulmer

Cy Yancey dreamt of being a big game hunter adventuring in Africa. Little did he know that stepping into an alleyway outside his rifle club would lead him to the most important hunt in his life, a hunt that...

The Ships of Durostorum: Keys to the Dimensions Book 5

by Kenneth Bulmer

WANTED: ONE ENGINEER FOR MANAGERIAL POSITION IN IRUNIUM. WAGES HIGH. DEATH BENEFITS SUDDEN. "I am the Contessa Perdita di Montevarchi. Here in Irunium the only law is my will. "I shall seek out another engineer....

The Wizards of Senchuria: Keys to the Dimensions Book 4

by Kenneth Bulmer

Scobie Redfern was just a nice good-looking American young man who had never heard of such things as Portals, parallel worlds, and Trugs. So when someone materialized in his apartment with the Trugs in hot pursuit,...

Other Americas

by Norman Spinrad

Spinrad examines one of his most compelling obsessions - the possible "futures" of America.

Street Meat: In New York City, streeties, zonies and subway cannibals are locked in a nighmarish scrabble for rat meat,...

In the Hollow of the Deep-Sea Wave

by Garry Kilworth

To escape his life in England, John Trencher volunteers to teach schoolchildren on a tropical island. But paradise has its darker, less innocent side, and a web of violence, taboo and sexuality soon begins to...

The Key to Irunium: Keys to the Dimensions Book 2

by Kenneth Bulmer

INTO THIN AIR ?A porteur? Never heard of it.? Robert Prestin was just an ordinary aviation journalist who had never heard of such things as porteurs, nor of other dimensions that supplied jewels to the Earth,...

The Wind of Liberty

by Kenneth Bulmer

A planet's destiny trembled in the balance. Waiting, quiet and as dangerous as a timber-wolf, Vickery heard another faint slither of foot on stone. A dark shape flitted past the lighted shop front on the opposite...

The Electric Sword-Swallowers

by Kenneth Bulmer

Delilah was beautiful. Delilah was sexy. And Delilah was to blame for all of Ferdie Foxlee?s problems. She had let him down at the crucial moment by falling apart. Literally. And in pieces. Her right eye popped,...

Star Trove

by Kenneth Bulmer

Among the myriad colourful characters of the galaxy, men called him a Treasure Troubleshooter.

His name was Felix Vereker, and he liked good food and fine wines and his taste ran to Moliere and ancient legends...

Little Heroes

by Norman Spinrad

Muzic Inc had become a music industry giant by staying one step ahead of the game, but for some reason APs (totally cybernetic rock stars) had failed to ship gold.

That was where Glorianna O'Toole came in....

Saint Hiroshima

by Leigh Kennedy

As a boy Phil Benson tried to summon up an enthusiasm for baseball. He could see that his real passion, classical music, was considered somehow subversive - not really American. That is why Mr Tackett's became...


by Leigh Kennedy

It is hard to say how it started - all the unexplained little signs of a new baby about the house in 'The Silent Cradle' - but soon none of the O'Bannons could deny that there had been a highly irregular addition...


by Garry Kilworth

There is a citywide epidemic of arson in San Francisco, and Detective Dave Peters and his partner, Danny, are on the case. Their routine investigation becomes more and more bizarre as the fires seem more and...