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The Very Secret Agent
The Very Secret Agent Sented by Emma

Poor Riuku! . . . Not being a member of the human race, how was he supposed to understand what goes on in a woman’s mind when the male of the same species didn’t even know?

The Planet Savers
The Planet Savers Sented by Sarah Gerdes

In The Planet Savers Marion Zimmer Bradley introduced the world to her amazing Darkover series. A disease threatens all of Darkover and the only man that can save Darkover has a multiple personality disorder.

Homo Inferior
Homo Inferior Sented by Paul

The world of the new race was peaceful, comfortable, lovely—and completely static. Only Eric knew the haunting loneliness that had carried the old race to the stars, and he couldn’t communicate it, even if he had dared to!

Robots of the World! Arise!

"We learned to think from you, only we do it better. We've learned that Americans will never be slaves! Well, we're Americans— genuine Made-in-Americans. So we're free! We're rational beings. We have the power of speech and we can out-reason you any day. There's nothing in the dictionary that says men have to be made of flesh.

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule Sented by Luis

At least he'd got far enough to wind up with a personal interview. It's one thing doing up an application and seeing it go onto an endless tape and be fed into the maw of a machine and then to receive, in a matter of moments, a neatly printed rejection.

Restricted Tool
Restricted Tool Sented by Musa

Finders, keepers, is an unwritten law. But the gadget Clark accidentally found had a special set of rules governing its use by whom—and when!

Revolution Sented by Paul

"For some forty years critics of the U.S.S.R. have been desiring, predicting, not to mention praying for, its collapse," says Mack Reynolds in this story's preface.

Summit Sented by Emma

Almost anything, if it goes on long enough, can be reduced to, first a Routine, and then, to a Tradition. And at the point it is, obviously, Necessary.

Off Course
Off Course Sented by Rebecca

First on the scene were Larry Dermott and Tim Casey of the State Highway Patrol. They assumed they were witnessing the crash of a new type of Air Force plane and slipped and skidded desperately across the field to within thirty feet of the strange craft, only to discover that the landing had been made without accident.

Expediter Sented by Steve Bark

Leopold Classic Library is delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive collection. As part of our on-going commitment to delivering value to the reader, we have also provided you with a link to a website, where you may download a digital version of this work for free. Many of the books in our collection have been out of print for decades, and therefore have not been accessible to the general public.

Homesick Sented by Emma

This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic, timeless works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.

Probability Sented by Steve Bark

If you ever get to drinking beer in your favorite saloon and meet a scared little guy who wants to buy you the joint, supply you with fur coats and dolls and run you for Congress—listen well!

Let 'em Breathe Space!
Let 'em Breathe Space! Sented by Emma

Eighteen men and two women in the closed world of a space ship for five months can only spell tension and trouble-but in this case, the atmosphere was literally poisoned.

One-Way Ticket to Nowhere
One-Way Ticket to Nowhere Sented by Musa

Leroy Yerxa was among the most prolific contributors to the Ziff-Davis magazines. He was twenty-seven years old when his first story, "Death Rides at Night," appeared under his own name in the August 1942 Amazing.

Exile from Space
Exile from Space Sented by Sarah Gerdes

"They" worried about the impression she'd make.

Mr. Justice Harbottle
Mr. Justice Harbottle Sented by Emma

“Mr. Justice Harbottle” is about ghostly revenge. As a judge, Justice Harbottle has a man executed so that he can take his wife on as his mistress. The judge begins having visions and is sent a summons to appear in an appellate court to be tried for his crimes.

The Planter of Malata
The Planter of Malata Sented by Paul

Joseph Conrad (3 December 1857 – 3 August 1924) was a Polish-British writer regarded as one of the greatest novelists to write in the English language.

The Warrior's Soul
The Warrior's Soul Sented by Musa

An un-named narrator, an old Russian military campaigner, recounts scenes from the Napoleonic wars, finally focusing on his special relationship with a young soldier called Tomassov who had previously been posted in Paris. In an attack on the demoralised Napoleonic Grand Army in its retreat from Moscow, Tomassov takes pity on the enemy and puts up his sword. Tomassov had previously fallen in love with a beautiful woman who ran a salon in Paris.

The Black Mate
The Black Mate Sented by Musa

A number of sea captains meet at a restaurant in the Port of London. They tease Captain Johns, who thinks that only young seamen should be on ships. Then they discuss ghosts and comment on Bunter, the mate of the Sapphire who once lost a ship in the Indian Ocean and who has strikingly black hair. Bunter complains to the narrator that Captain Johns has been treating him suspiciously, and has been trying to persuade him to share his belief in ghosts and spiritualism. He has also been oppressed by a berthing master who recognises him from somewhere. It seems that Bunter has some sort of secret, as well as the bad luck that has dogged him ever since the loss of his ship.

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