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A Matter of Magnitude
A Matter of Magnitude Sented by Emma

A Matter of Magnitude is presented here in a high quality paperback edition.

The Drone
The Drone Sented by Steve Bark

Abraham Merritt (January 20, 1884-August 21, 1943), who published under the byline A. Merritt, was an American editor and author of works of fantastic fiction

The Water Eater
The Water Eater Sented by Rebecca

I just lost a weekend. I ain't too anxious to find it. Instead, I sure wish I had gone fishing with McCarthy and the boys like I'd planned.

The Test Colony
The Test Colony Sented by Cameron

Winston K. Marks was a popular sci-fi writer whose stories were featured in a number of magazines during the mid-20th century.

The Mind Digger
The Mind Digger Sented by Emma

There was a reason why his scripts were smash hits—they had realism. And why not? He was reliving every scene and emotion in them!

Mate in Two Moves
Mate in Two Moves Sented by Steve Bark

Murt's Virus was catastrophically lethal, but it killed in a way no disease had ever thought of—it loved its victims to death!

BACKLASH
BACKLASH Sented by Emma

(1915-1979) US author of sf short stories who also wrote as Win Marks and used the pseudonyms Win Kinney and Ken Winney, each for just one story. He began publishing with "Mad Hatter" for Unknown in May 1940, but then, after "Manic Perverse" (October 1941 Astounding), was not heard of again until 1953 when he published

The Chameleon Man
The Chameleon Man Sented by Rebecca

Witty, original and unforgettable, a classic pulp tale of the bizarre that takes The Invisible Man to the next level. Originally published in Amazing Stories, January 1943.

The Mighty Dead
The Mighty Dead Sented by Luis

What would it be like to live in a world which has conquered the near planets but abolished all literature?

Arms Out of Hand
Arms Out of Hand Sented by Emma

Excerpted from wikipedia: William Olaf Stapledon was a British philosopher and author of several influential works of science fiction.

Mr. Menzies' Baby Elephant

After a long drive among the surrounding plantations, we returned to the bungalow in time to dress for dinner, and had barely seated ourselves at the table, which was waited upon by Hindoo servants in white linen, when a babel of angry barks and shrill trumpeting rose outside.

Category Phoenix
Category Phoenix Sented by Steve Bark

Dr. David Wong stepped out from behind the large bookcase, listening.

Brink of Madness
Brink of Madness Sented by Steve Bark

C.I.B. Agent Pell used his head, even if he did rely on hunches more than on the computer. In fact, when the game got rough, he found that to use his head, he first had to keep it....

The Hitchhikers
The Hitchhikers Sented by Steve Bark

The new life was bitter and difficult and as their resources were depleted so also did their numbers diminish. Huddled at their last retreat the Rell watched the ever smaller ice cap annually diminish and lived with the knowledge they faced extinction. A mere thousand years more would see even this trifling remainder gone. . . .

The Romantic Analogue
The Romantic Analogue Sented by Christopher

Norm Venner's fancy was pretty well fixed on thoughts of electronic calculators—until the invention started making passes at the inventor!

The Flying Cuspidors
The Flying Cuspidors Sented by Paul

This was love, and what could be done about it? It’s been happening to guys for a long time, now.

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