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The Charnel God

by Clark Ashton Smith

Phariom claimed Elaith was not dead, but the priests of Mordiggian claimed her for their god...


Shadow

by Tom Curry

Carefully, cautiously, with his full force of his underworld spies did Tao the Chinese fence keep an eye on the newest recruit among his clients, and right up to the final act he could not be sure whether or...


Shadow Over Mars

by Leigh Brackett

How would Rick fulfill the prophecy that linked his name with the destiny of a dying world?


Three Blind Mice

by Henry Kuttner & C.L. Moore

Dave Barton answered a call for help, and found a problem that threatened the existence of the Baldy's (telepaths).


Swords for Florence

by Victor Rousseau

More than cunning and planning and courage would be necessary to restore my people, the Medicis, to their rightful throne. We would need superb weapons-and special skill to use them in such a glorious cause!...


The Crystal Ray

by Raymond Z Gallun

From the bow of one of America's ships a beam of bluish light stabbed out and struck an enemy craft. It passed thru the vessel as tho it had been made of glass instead of thousands of tons of steel.


The Piper's Son

by Henry Kuttner & C.L. Moore

Al Burkhalter is a Baldy (a telepath), who is a semantics expert at a publishing house, and is starting to have trouble with his son. Baldy's and regular humans live a precarious existence in this post apocalyptic...


A Rendezvous in Averoigne

by Clark Ashton Smith

Gerard was on his way to meet the beautiful Fluerette when he wandered into Averoigne's forest... a place of mystery and danger... (note: single title, non-omnibus edition)


Cooked

by Robert Leslie Bellem

An ounce of murder prevention is worth a pound of chasing a killer. So Dan tries to help the girl--- only to find that a very fast one is being pulled on him...


Beggars in Velvet

by Henry Kuttner & C.L. Moore

Little did Buckhalter know when he took his new job in the sleepy little town of Sequoia that he would become involved in pivotal moment, one that they knew was coming, yet hoped would never come.


The Happy Unfortunate

by Robert Silverberg

Dekker, back from space, found great physical changes in the people of Earth; changes that would have horrified him five years before. But now, he wanted to be like the rest--even if he had to lose an eye and...


The Resurrection of Jimber-Jaw

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Jimber-Jaw awakens to find his world has changed and it is now the twentieth century!


The Monster Men

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Prof. Maxon and his daughter travel to the remote East Indies where he can pursue his experimentation in artificial life.


The Efficiency Expert

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Efficiency Expert follows the adventures of Jimmy Torrance as he attempts to make a career for himself in 1921 Chicago .


Dark Dawn

by Henry Kuttner

Blinded by an atomic blast, Dan Gresham joins forces with the radiant Swimmers to preserve an undersea civilization!


The Mucker

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Billy Byrne was a thug and alcoholic, but his choices have lead to a life of adventure and peril!


The Color of Murder

by Robert Leslie Bellem

When a man goes on a bender and tries to kill the woman who has made a success of him, an ounce of prevention is called, Dan figures, or a pound of murder will be roosting on his doorstep.


The Graveyard Rats

by Henry Kuttner

Mason had decided that the rats had to go... they had other plans... (note: very short story!)


The Nongravitational Vortex

by A. Hyatt Verrill

Sir Esme had come up with a theory about creating a vortex, little did they suspect what would happen when he put that theory to test...


The White Lady

by Sophie Wenzel Ellis

In purest love André served his weirdly beautiful flower-his White Lady of passion, of jealousy, of hate.