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The Golden Amazons of Venus

Collectors Edition! Highly Recommended! Dakta death, horrible beyond the weirdest fever-dreams of Earth-men, faced Space Ship Commander Gerry Norton.

It Could Be Anything
It Could Be Anything Sented by Emma

Keith Laumer was well-known for his science fiction action and adventure stories.

The Enchanted Typewriter
The Enchanted Typewriter Sented by Emma

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.

The watcher by the threshold

A collection of stories from John Buchan, author of ‘The Thirty-nine Steps'. The pagan themes and classic adventures are set in Scottish countrysid

Cogito, Ergo Sum
Cogito, Ergo Sum Sented by Luis

Are the Spirit and the Flesh one and the same thing? Or are they separate entities, dependent and at the same time independent of each other?

The Grove of Ashtaroth
The Grove of Ashtaroth Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Superficially (actually, more than superficially) this story bears a resemblance to the work of Algernon Blackwood.

Space
Space Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A moody kind of horror story.

The Issahar Artifacts
The Issahar Artifacts Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Excerpt-I have decided after some thought, to write this journal.

Assassin
Assassin Sented by Christopher

Excerpt-The Aztlan ship had landed early that July morning, dropping silently through the overcast covering International Airport.

Where There's Hope
Where There's Hope Sented by Musa

"If you called me here to tell me to have a child," Mary Pornsen said, "you can just forget about it. We girls have made up our minds."

What Rough Beast?
What Rough Beast? Sented by Musa

Harry Houdini asks Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to help him expose Maximillian Cairo—a spiritualist medium. But the two men underestimate Cairo. He's a master of the occult and the most debauched man in London. When they interrupt a magic ritual, a force for ecstasy and chaos explodes on an unsuspecting 1903 London.

Am I Still There?
Am I Still There? Sented by Steve Bark

Lee slid off the examining table and began buttoning his shirt. He had had a medical examination every six months of his adult life, and it always seemed strange to him that, despite the banks of machines the doctor had which could practically map a man from a single cell outward, each examination always entailed the cold end of a stethoscope against his chest.

Rough Translation
Rough Translation Sented by Luis

"Shurgub," said the tape recorder. "Just like I told you before, Dr. Blair, it's krandoor, so don't expect to vrillipax, because they jus won't stand for any. They'd sooner framish."

Men Are Trouble
Men Are Trouble Sented by Steve Bark

Where did all the men go? When aliens make all men disappear from Earth, the women left behind struggle to rebuild the shattered human culture.

Faith
Faith Sented by Steve Bark

Back to God's Country: And Other Stories

Thirteen of the author’s most famous short stories of adventure in the Canadian Northwest, the Arctic Circle, the Great Barrens, Hudson's Bay posts, and with Royal Northwest Mounted Police. The title story is an amazing hero-tale easily comparable to Jack London -- for the hero is a Great Dane brought to the Frazer River by a Chinese gold prospector, and the dog, Wapi, fought against unbeatable odds to defend the honor of a woman he had decided was his mistress

Planet of Dreams
Planet of Dreams Sented by Carlos

He stood watching while George Atkinson spun around, dark eyes flashing, hair tousled. There was a two days' growth of beard darkening Atkinson's face. "Why, George," Loveral said, swiftly examining the litter of metal and wood which was spread over a table behind Atkinson. There was a home-made hammer in Atkinson's hand. "What have we here, George?" "Something for you," Atkinson said, tightening his fingers about the handle of the hammer. Loveral grinned his famous Loveral grin. "That's fine. What could it be?" "None of your damned business." "George," Loveral said, his smile still white but his eyes narrow and quick. The woman was behind them. Her voice screeched. "George, I told you. Why didn't you listen, George?

George Loves Gistla
George Loves Gistla Sented by Steve Bark

“Why don’t you find yourself some nice little American girl,” his father had often repeated.

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