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The Attic Murder: An Inspector Combridge & Mr. Jellipot Classic Crime Novel

by S. Fowler Wright

Francis Hammerton is arrested and convicted of involvement with a gang of confidence men--a charge of which he is entirely innocent--but escapes police custody when a cell door is left unlocked. He finds refuge...


The Ash Murders: Supernatural Mystery Stories

by Edmund Glasby

According to eyewitnesses, the victim was sitting on a park bench and talking loudly in a foreign language when he suddenly got to his feet and started flailing his arms around. Then his head fell off and the...


The Beard of the Prophet: A Mr. Budd Classic Crime Tale

by Gerald Verner

The murder is as impossible as it is horrible. Archeologist Reuben Hayles, following written threats to his life, receives police protection at his home. Superintendent Budd stations himself outside the door...


The Chimera and the Shadowfox Griefer and Other Curious People

by A. R. Morlan

This companion volume to The Fold-O-Rama Wars at the Blue Moon Roach Hotel centers around outsiders, artists, and freaks (be they natural-born or self-made); three of the stories are interconnected, but they're...


The Island of Captain Sparrow: A Lost Race Fantasy

by S. Fowler Wright

Stranded on an unknown island in the Pacific, Charlton Foyle must fight goat-like hominids, giant, semi-intelligent birds, degenerate pirate settlers, and the remnants of an ancient race of men with powers to...


Yesterday Never Dies: A Romance of Metempsychosis

by Brian Stableford

At an 1847 revival of Meyerbeer's opera Robert le Diable, the ghost of Blaise Thibodeaux, the author of La Résonance du temps, appears in one of the boxes, just as Thibodeaux had predicted to Auguste Dupin...


Wyndham Smith: His Adventures in the 45th Century: A Science Fiction Novel

by S. Fowler Wright

When Wyndham Smith is transported to the 45th century, he finds himself fighting a sterile dystopia in which machines have created a sterile womb for mankind, without pain or suffering. Humanity is on the verge...


A Sense-of-Wonderful Century: Explorations of Science Fiction and Fantasy Films

by Gary Westfahl

This book gathers together many of the illuminating essays on science fiction and fantasy film penned by a major critic in the SF field. The pieces are roughly organized in the chronological order of when the...


The Fold-O-Rama Wars at the Blue Moon Roach Hotel and Other Colorful Tales of Transformation and Tattoos: A Lost Race Fantasy

by A. R. Morlan

The author says: "The stories in this collection are an outgrowth of my lamentable childhood, as well as a reflection of those things in life which I found fascinating--in that they could mentally take me away...


Killingford: The Hieromonk's Tale, Book Two

by Robert Reginald

In the not-quite-Earth of Nova Europa, east is fighting west, in a war of politics, culture, and religion. The King of Korynthia has assembled an army to invest neighboring Pommerelia. Initially, everything...


Spiders' War: A Novel of the Far Future

by S. Fowler Wright

In the far future, a woman must fight for her life and honor against two foes: the men who control society, and the giant spiders that inhabit a neighboring land. The third novel in the Marguerite Cranleigh...


The Amazing Martin Brett: Classic Crime Stories

by Ernest Dudley

The creator of the famous criminologist, Dr. Morelle, here gives us four stories of another brilliant detective, whom the newspapers have dubbed "The Amazing Martin Brett." Brett appears to be selfish and lazy,...


In Leviathan's Belly: Essays for a Counter-Revolutionary Time

by Darko Suvin

In eleven incisive, biting essays, Marxist philosopher Darko Suvin suggests that "capitalism (and all of us in Leviathan's belly) stands today in the presence of Yeats's rough beast advancing toward Bethlehem,...


Dawn: A Novel of Global Warming

by S. Fowler Wright

The waters are rising--everywhere--and most of England is inundated by the surge, leaving isolated pockets of mankind to fight for survival--and for civilization!


Guilty as Charged: Fantastic Crime Stories

by Philip E. High

In some parts of the world, self-confessed murderer Leonard Graham would have been executed, or even given life imprisonment for his monstrous crime. At his trial, he had confirmed to the court that he'd only...


The Shadow People: The Golden Amazon Saga, Book Eleven

by John Russell Fearn

The Cosmic Crusaders discover a planet whose people are subject to a baleful influence from outer space that sweeps across their world once a month, affecting every man, woman, and child. It stirs the emotions...


A Gunman Close Behind: A Mike Lantry Classic Crime Novel

by A. A. Glynn

Mike Lantry, the tough, hard-bitten chief of World Wide Investigations, is on his way back to New York after a restful vacation when he gives a ride to a lone girl on an Indiana highway. Lantry's up to his neck...


The Dog Megapack: 25 Curly Canine Tales, Old and New

by Robert Reginald & Mary Wickizer Burgess

Almost everyone likes dogs, even those who prefer cats as pets. So it's not surprising that writers have devoted a great deal of verbiage indeed to describe their ongoing love affair with the canine breed. You'll...


Eagle Squad: A Novel of Suspense

by James C. Glass

Terror stalks the campus of a Minnesota university, where two professors working on classified military research have been brutally murdered. Student Karen Butler fears for her life after her adviser is killed,...


Behind the Scenes, or, Thirty Years a Slave, And Four Years in the White House

by Elizabeth Keckley

An autobiographical narrative, BEHIND THE SCENES traces Elizabeth Keckley's life from her enslavement in Virginia and North Carolina to her time as seamstress to Mary Todd Lincoln in the White House during Abraham...