Betrayal Knows No Boundaries
A cruel lover who refashions her prey. A bioengineered warrior on the run. An internet mapping service with a stalker’s eye. A carjacker with a conscience. A Victorian thespian turned super-criminal. A murderer of video game characters. All these and more meet in the poison-soaked pages of Schemers, a genre-spanning short fiction exploration of grand schemes,... [click here for more]
David H. Keller, M.D. (1880-1966) was indeed a medical doctor (a psychiatrist -- and the first to write science fiction).
He was an early proponent of H.P. Lovecraft and wrote a number of articles on Lovecraft's work, whose influence can be seen in some of his horror stories. Another influence was James Branch Cabell.
This volume concentrates on Keller's fantasy and horror, but does include --... [click here for more]
Cyril M. Kornbluth (1923—1958) was an American science fiction author and a notable member of the Futurians. He wrote prolifically during his short lifetime, and produced a remarkable body of work. The volume is the largest ebook collection of his work ever assembled. It includes:
THE ALTAR AT MIDNIGHT
THE GOLDEN ROAD
HE LUCKIEST MAN... [click here for more]