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The Edmond Hamilton Megapack: 16 Classic Science Fiction Tales

by Edmond Hamilton

Edmond Hamilton. For most people, this name conjures visions of two-fisted space opera -- pure pulp science fiction. And Hamilton -- known as the author of the "Captain Future" series -- was indeed one of the...


The Occult Detective Megapack: 29 Classic Stories

by J. Sheridan Le Fanu, Seabury Quinn & Robert E. Howard

Occult detectives-sometimes called psychic investigators-have been in vogue since the middle of the 19th century. This collection goes back to the roots of the occult detective story. The earliest story in this...


With a Single Spell: A Legend of Ethshar

by Lawrence Watt-Evans

Tobas had been lucky to find a wizard to take him on as apprentice. But then the wizard died suddenly and unexpectedly after teaching Tobas only a solitary spell, and the youth was too old to find a new master....


The Pursuit of God (with Additional Annotations)

by A.W. Tozer

Aiden Wilson Tozer (1897-1963) was an American Christian pastor, preacher, author, magazine editor, and spiritual mentor. For his work, he received two honorary doctorate degrees. His classic Christian work,...


Atilus the Gladiator: The Atilus Saga, Book Two

by E. C. Tubb

From the cold, misty shores of Britain, which the Emperor Claudius had invaded, Atilus Cindras was taken as a boy slave to work and fight for the greater glory of the Roman Empire. Eventually, he was sent to...


Xeno Fiction: More Best of Science Fiction: A Review of Speculative Fiction

by Damien Broderick & Van Ikin

Science fiction loves strangeness. It relishes oddities, even when it piles on fear and dystopian loathing. The technical term for a fascination with the strange and alien is xenophilia, just as the term for...


The Hemingway Kittens and Other Feline Fancies and Fantasies

by A. R. Morlan

Here are eight wonderful stories and two evocative poems for cat-people of all ages, including "The Hemingway Kittens," "Cat in the Box," "...And Mongo Was His Name-O," "The Cat Tracker Lady of Asad Alley,"...


Shadwell's Restoration Comedy: A Play in Three Acts

by Frank J. Morlock & Thomas Shadwell

Thomas Shadwell (1642-1692) wrote a number of comic plays during his life. His drama featured broadly-based, coarse humor, and is filled with crude-but-vibrant characters drawn from the streets of Restoration...


Moon Magic: A Novel of Romance

by Elizabeth Rutland

When Greta gives her love to Lord Richard Denton, she believes that she will soon be his wife. Too late, she learns that she is just one of many of his casual dalliances--but Greta, unlike Richard's wife or...


The Purple Glove Murders: Two Gail Brevard Mysteries

by Mary Wickizer Burgess

Two new short novels featuring attorney Gail Brevard. In THE PURPLE GLOVE MURDERS, Gail and her companion and law partner, Conrad "Connie" Osterlitz, are relaxing at their Southern California mountain hideaway...


The Chaos of Chung-Fu: Weird Mystery Stories

by Edmund Glasby

It was in a litter-strewn back alley in downtown Chicago that Private Investigator Jack Murphy first saw the poster: "THE SORCERY OF CHUNG-FU, An Evening of Oriental Magic and Mystery." Below the image of Chung-Fu...


Ordeal by Terror

by Lloyd Biggle Jr.

"The top drawer of the second cabinet felt empty as she began to pull it open, but she never saw its interior. The floor dropped from under her. As she fell, she clutched wildly at the handle of the cabinet's...


The Dark Gateway: A Novel of Horror

by John Burke

The ancient, sinister castle located in the isolated Welsh countryside is no mere heap of dead stones. It quivers with an evil life of its own. Sinister powers are reaching through the castle gateway from somewhere...


Atilus the Lanista: The Saga of Atilus, Book Three

by E. C. Tubb

As a young boy Atilus Cindras had been taken from Britain to Rome as a slave, and trained in the gruesome arts of the gladiators. Fueled by his hatred for Rome, he'd risen to the top of his killing trade with...


Account Settled: A Science Fiction Murder Mystery

by John Russell Fearn

When financier Emerson Drew's hired killer pushes scientist-inventor Rajek Quinton down an abandoned mineshaft, Drew and his conspirators believe that the way's clear to exploit Quinton's amazing new invention,...


Seeking Valhalla: A Retro Science Fiction Novel

by Eric G. Swedin

The time: 1945. The place: Germany during the final days of the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler. When Major John Carter and Sergeant Carson Napier discover a barracks at the Dachau concentration camp full of young,...


Sylvandire: A Play in Four Acts

by Alexandre Dumas & Frank J. Morlock

In 1844-45, while Alexandre Dumas was working on his two classic novels, The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo, he found time to write a play called Sylvandire. A young provincial, Roger Tancred...


Only One Winner: Science Fiction Mystery Tales

by E. C. Tubb

Stanson's scheme was audacious in its scope: highjack a space liner, kill the passengers and crew, and then live off the rich pickings for years to come. They won't even have to leave the well-stocked craft--and...


"Cadmus and Hermione" and "Perseus": Two Plays

by Philippe Quinault & Frank J. Morlock

Philippe Quinault (1635-1688) was the highest paid and most respected French librettist of his day, considered the equal of Racine. His libretti can be read as lyrical dramas without the music. The two plays...


The Best of Both Worlds and Other Ambiguous Tales

by Brian Stableford

In the longest story in this collection, an eleven-year-old girl has a strange adventure in an overgrown garden, and probably saves the world from a fate worse than any conventional apocalypse. Her parents would...