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Bones Don't Lie: A Classic Mystery Novel

Bones Don't Lie: A Classic Mystery Novel


A dead chemist and the sabotage of a steel mill's products come up against the determination of Ray Locke to clear himself, after a year in prison, of a framed charge. Who is the man who wrecked a train with a faulty axel? Successive "accidents" require the assistance of General Ulysses Grant Flint for their solution...and Ray keeps coming back to the steel mill, which seems to hold...   [click here for more]
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Brains for Sale

Brains for Sale


“Brains for Sale” was originally published in Star Detective Magazine, August 1935. Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book.   ...   [click here for more]
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Bulldog Drummond

Bulldog Drummond


Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond is a World War I veteran, brutalised by his experiences in the trenches and bored with his post-war lifestyle. He publishes an advertisement looking for adventure, and soon finds himself embroiled in a series of exploits, many of which involve Carl Peterson—who becomes his nemesis—and Peterson's mistress, the femme fatale, Irma. "Sapper" —the pseudonym of...   [click here for more]
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Carmen

Carmen


CARMEN is an 1845 novella by French author Prosper Merimee. It has been adapted into a number of dramatic works, including the famous opera by Georges Bizet. The novella comprises four parts. Only the first three appeared in the original publication in the October 1, 1845 issue of the Revue des Deux Mondes; the fourth first appeared in the book publication in 1846. Merimee tells the story as if it...   [click here for more]
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Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective in Dead Ends

Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective in Dead Ends


This volume collects two stories featuring Dan Turner, hardboiled Hollywood detective. In "Death Ends the Scene," a washed-up movie-director is going to knock himself off in order to give his no-good bride a double-indemnity payoff—and Dan Turner, trying to do a couple of good deeds, finds himself facing a murder rap with some very hard gunsels making it tough! In "Phony...   [click here for more]
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Deadliest Enemy

Deadliest Enemy


The most dangerous power you can give someone is the legal right to take a gun and go after their deadliest enemy! Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book.   ...   [click here for more]
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Death Flight

Death Flight


It's 1935. Ace daredevil pilot "Lucky" James is murdered moments after landing in New York following a record-breaking, nonstop solo flight from Egypt, it's up to Detective-Captain McCord to solve the case. A classic pulp novelet from the September, 1935 issue of Popular Detective! Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book. ...   [click here for more]
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Death of a Daughter

Death of a Daughter


Fred started the motor but didn’t put the car in gear right away. “It won’t happen here, Marcia. I believe in Leacock. And Leacock understands. He knows I can’t take on the job and do it halfway.” A crime novella originally published in the May, 1960 issue of Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine. This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of...   [click here for more]
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E. Hoffmann Price's Exotic Adventures Megapack

E. Hoffmann Price's Exotic Adventures Megapack


E. Hoffmann Price's Exotic Adventures Megapack® contains 11 stories and short novels set in a wide range of locales: Europe, Polynesia, Asia, the Middle East, etc. Their settings also range chronologically, from historical adventures to contemporary thrillers and were all published between 1935 and 1945 (with an outlier from 1971 as the finale). These are full-blooded, two-fisted tales of warriors...   [click here for more]
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E. Hoffmann Price's War and Western Action Megapack: 19 Classic Stories

E. Hoffmann Price's War and Western Action Megapack: 19 Classic Stories


Edgar Hoffmann Price (1898 - 1988) was an American writer of popular fiction (he was a self-titled 'fictioneer') for the pulp magazine marketplace. He is probably most famous for his collaboration with H. P. Lovecraft, "Through the Gates of the Silver Key," though he published hundreds of other works. This volume collects 19 of his western and war stories. Note that this volume, as with much...   [click here for more]
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Even in Death

Even in Death


This classic tale from the pulp magazines of the early 20th century originally appeared in "All-Story Cavalier Weekly" (Dec. 12, 1914 issue). A tale of rough-and-tumble frontier life and justice, it is a unique piece of Americana. It begins: "Harsh, clamant, wild, the braying of the long tin horn that hung by a rawhide lashing from the tamarack on the American shore of the...   [click here for more]
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Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind


Margaret Mitchell (1900–1949) was an American author and journalist. One novel by Mitchell was published during her lifetime, the American Civil War-era novel, Gone with the Wind. For it she won the National Book Award for Most Distinguished Novel of 1936, and the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1937....   [click here for more]
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Good-bye, Mr. Chips: A Novel

Good-bye, Mr. Chips: A Novel


"""Good-bye, Mr. Chips"" tells the story of a much-beloved schoolteacher and his long tenure at Brookfield, a fictional boys' public boarding school. Mr. Chipping conquers his inability to connect with his students, as well as his initial shyness, when he marries Katherine, a young woman whom he meets on holiday and who quickly picks up on calling him by his nickname, ""Chips."" Despite his own...   [click here for more]
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Hell Has No Fury

Hell Has No Fury


Lawyer Solomon Burr has a new client . . . and it's an old friend of his from law school. Can Sol save his old pal from a murder rap? This tale is ripped from the April 1953 issue of Dime Detective Magazine. A classic! Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book. ...   [click here for more]
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Her Dagger Before Me

Her Dagger Before Me


A classic crime story originally published in the July, 1949 issue of Black Mask. Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book.   ...   [click here for more]
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How Don Q. Stood at Bay

How Don Q. Stood at Bay


This novelet features Don Quebranta Huesos, a grim Spanish criminal who is "vicious toward the rich and evil but kind to the poor and good" (Steinbrunner and Penzler). Don Q. may have helped inspire Johnston McCulley's "Zorro" character. Indeed, there are so many similarities that Douglas Fairbanks turned the Don Q. character into the film sequel to "The Mark of Zorro"...   [click here for more]
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Human Spirit, Beetle Spirit: A Tale of the Riverworld

Human Spirit, Beetle Spirit: A Tale of the Riverworld


Revival on the banks of the River was not limited to white Anglo Saxons. This tale reinterprets the Riverworld resurrection through the eyes of a tribe of primitive people, whose beliefs and superstitions blend marvelously with what has happened to them. This tale was singled out by Science Fiction Chronicle for praise as a worthwhile addition to the Riverworld canon. This story, like "The Merry Men...   [click here for more]
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Hurricane Heist

Hurricane Heist


A classic crime story originally published in the November 9th, 1940 issue of Detective Fiction Weekly. Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book.   ...   [click here for more]
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James Holding's Conmen & Cutthroats Megapack: 25 Classic Mystery Stories

James Holding's Conmen & Cutthroats Megapack: 25 Classic Mystery Stories


This time we present for your reading pleasure a selection of 25 stories by prolific crime & mystery author James Holding. We have named this collection “Conmen & Cutthroats” because Mr. Holding had a penchant for sharp tales involving smart criminals who use their wits to succeed, as well as those whose schemes involve the need for a somewhat more direct approach. Included are:...   [click here for more]
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Johnny Zed

Johnny Zed


A corrupt Congress rules a drugged-out America, land of slums and malls. But in the underground, a few violent young malcontents will stop at nothing to smash the system...and bring back the Constitution and the President. JOHNNY ZED is their leader...a brilliant strategist and political theorist, always heard but never seen. SHELLY TRACER is his pawn -- and his ultimate weapon...a warrior in a...   [click here for more]
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Lost Horizon: A Novel of Shangri-La

Lost Horizon: A Novel of Shangri-La


"""Lost Horizon"" is a 1933 novel by English writer James Hilton. The book was turned into a movie in 1937 by director Frank Capra of the same title. It is best remembered as the origin of Shangri-La, a fictional utopian lamasery high in the mountains of Tibet."...   [click here for more]
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Melanthrix the Mage: The Hieromonk's Tale, Book 1

Melanthrix the Mage: The Hieromonk's Tale, Book 1


In the first volume of The Hieromonk's Tale fantasy trilogy, set in an alternate history in the year 1205, Father Afanasy begins searching for clues surrounding the carefully-hidden secret of his birth, Melanthrix the Mage gains much influence at the court of Korynthia, a killer viciously murders members of the government, and someone--or something--seems to be pushing the kingdom steadily towards...   [click here for more]
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Memoirs of a Midget

Memoirs of a Midget


Walter de la Mare (1873 – 1956) was an English poet, short story writer and novelist, probably best remembered for his works for children and the poem "The Listeners". De la Mare also wrote some subtle psychological horror stories, of which "Seaton's Aunt" and "Out of the Deep" are noteworthy examples. His 1921 novel "Memoirs of a Midget" won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction....   [click here for more]
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Model for Murder

Model for Murder


Pretty Phyllis Kirk was an interviewer for the Kinkaid Morals Report -- the shocker that out-Kinseyed Kinsey. In her possession were secrets about the intimate lives of some very important people. Phyllis didn't live very long... Jason Chase was a private-eye by accident. When Phyllis was discovered beaten to death, he found himself tangline with: WOMPLER, king of the cheesecake racket (with a little...   [click here for more]
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Monty Price's Nightmare

Monty Price's Nightmare


Monty Price was a man with a secret. Several times each year, he disappeared with his accumulated pay, not to be heard from again for months. And when he came back, he wouldn't say where he had been or what he had been doing. It was a selfish obsession, and he wouldn't break his habits for man or beast. But when a forest fire threatened, he found depths of courage in his soul that would change his...   [click here for more]
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My Father's Dragon

My Father's Dragon


A boy and a talking cat hunt for a dragon on Wild Island, encountering boars, monkeys, lions, crocodiles, a rhinoceros, and more! A Newbery Honor Book (1949). Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book. ...   [click here for more]
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Odes and Sonnets

Odes and Sonnets


Long before the association with "Weird Tales" magazine and H.P. Lovecraft that led to his enduring fame, Clark Ashton Smith was a well-regarded regional poet whose tastes ran to the romantic and the fantastic. This collection of poems -- originally published in 1918 -- presents some of his best early work. Note: This digital edition includes the ePub and Mobi (Kindle)...   [click here for more]
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On Union with God (with Notes, Preface, and New Introduction)

On Union with God (with Notes, Preface, and New Introduction)


Surely the most deeply-rooted need of the human soul, its purest aspiration, is for the closest possible union with God. As one turns over the pages of this little work, written by Blessed Albert the Great towards the end of his life, when that great soul had ripened and matured, one feels that here indeed is the ideal of one's hopes. Simply and clearly the great principles are laid down, the way is...   [click here for more]
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Self-Hypnosis: A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis

Self-Hypnosis: A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis


"All of us like to think that our actions and reactions are a result of logical thought processes, but the fact is that suggestion influences our thinking a great deal more than logic. Consciously or unconsciously, our feelings about almost everything are largely molded by ready-made opinions and attitudes fostered by our mass methods of communication. Self-hypnosis is a highly suggestible state...   [click here for more]
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Shadowed

Shadowed


Jealousy and suspicion leads to murder, when a private detective steers a husband to his wife's secret lover. But there's more to the wife's plan than meets the eye… Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book.   ...   [click here for more]
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Speak of the Devil: A Classic Mystery Novel

Speak of the Devil: A Classic Mystery Novel


En route to Havana, Cuba by ship, Karen Peterson allows herself to be persuaded to dirvert to a smaller Caribbean island, Riquezas, to take the job of hostess at a new hotel. She isn't there long before murder strikes...and the previous hostess confesses to the crime. But Miss Peterson is convinced she's innocent. And then the murderer strikes again... Note: This digital edition includes...   [click here for more]
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Spirit Murder

Spirit Murder


E. Hoffmann Price (1898 – 1988) was an American writer of popular fiction (he was a self-titled 'fictioneer') for the pulp magazine marketplace. He collaborated with H. P. Lovecraft on "Through the Gates of the Silver Key" -- and penned hundreds of other stories, primarily in the horror and mystery fields. "Spirit Murder" originally appeared in the pulp magazine Spicy Detective Stories, December...   [click here for more]
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Tale from Tangier

Tale from Tangier


A classic crime tale by best-selling science fiction author Mack Reynolds, ripped from the pages of the March, 1961 issue of Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine! Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book.   ...   [click here for more]
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The 10th Science Fiction Megapack

The 10th Science Fiction Megapack


Welcome to the 10th Science Fiction MEGAPACK™! This time we present 30 stories (including several full-length novels) by some of the biggest and best in the science fiction field, plus 2 poems and the first (of 3) installments in our first novel serial. From David Gerrold's "The Martian Child" (winner of the Hugo Award, Nebula Award, Locus Award, and HOMer Award) to brand new works...   [click here for more]
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The 11th Golden Age of Weird Fiction Megapack: E. Hoffman Price

The 11th Golden Age of Weird Fiction Megapack: E. Hoffman Price


Welcome to The 11th Golden Age of Weird Fiction Megapack®, which features the weird fiction of E. Hoffmann Price. Wildside Press, in association with Mr. Price's heirs, are dedicated to making the extensive body of work of this pulpsmith extraordinaire accessible once again to the public through our line of Megapack® collections. Included in this volume are 18 more of Price's classic stories...   [click here for more]
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The 11th Science Fiction Megapack: 36 Modern and Classic Science Fiction Stories

The 11th Science Fiction Megapack: 36 Modern and Classic Science Fiction Stories


Welcome to The 11th Science Fiction MegapackTM! We hope you will enjoy the stories we have selected for you this time. There's a greater emphasis than usual on Golden Age writers (just the way it came together) -- but we have one original story as well, a posthumous collaboration with H.B. Fyfe, finishing a really terrific but not-quite-done tale he had been working on before his death. It's a bit...   [click here for more]
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The 12th Science Fiction Megapack: 28 Modern and Classic Science Fiction Stories

The 12th Science Fiction Megapack: 28 Modern and Classic Science Fiction Stories


Welcome to The 12th Science Fiction MEGAPACK®! We have another great lineup of stories (and the conclusion of our first serial, Tony Rothman's fine near-future novel, Firebird). No matter whether you like classic, golden age authors (Ray Bradbury, George O. Smith, Poul Anderson), fun pulp fiction (Talmage Powell, Murray Leinster, Keith Laumer), modern authors (Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Dean Smith,...   [click here for more]
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The 13th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Lester del Rey Vol. 2

The 13th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Lester del Rey Vol. 2


The "Golden Age of Science Fiction" MEGAPACKTM ebook anthologies are designed to introduce readers to classic science fiction writers who might otherwise be forgotten. Lester del Rey -- one of the all-time greats of the science fiction world -- had been well on his way to becoming forgotten before Wildside Press began its reprint program of his classic short fiction. This second volume...   [click here for more]
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The 14th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: 17 Stories by Charles V. de Vet

The 14th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: 17 Stories by Charles V. de Vet


Charles V. de Vet wrote more than 50 short stories for science fiction magazines, beginning with "The Unexpected Weapon" for Amazing Stories in September 1950. After a several year hiatus, de Vet became active as a writer again in the late 1970s and early 1980s. This collection spans the length of his career, showcasing his talents for vivid characterization and exciting storytelling. Included...   [click here for more]
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The 16th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: 18 Stories by William C. Gault

The 16th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: 18 Stories by William C. Gault


William Campbell Gault (1910—1995) was an American writer. He wrote under his own name, as well as (among others) the pseudonyms Roney Scott, Larry Sternig, and Will Duke. He is probably best remembered for his sports fiction, particularly the young-readers' novels he began publishing in the early 1960s. Gault was also an acclaimed mystery writer. He was not limited to sports and mysteries, though...   [click here for more]
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The 17th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Alan E. Nourse

The 17th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Alan E. Nourse


The Golden Age of Science Fiction MegaackTM series showcases great science fiction authors whose work might otherwise be forgotten. This time we focus on Alan E. Nourse, medical doctor and science fiction author, who paid his way through med school with his writing. He may be most famous as the author whose title was "borrowed" for the movie Bladerunner...though the movie was based...   [click here for more]
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The 18th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Jerome Bixby

The 18th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Jerome Bixby


Jerome Bixby was an American short story writer, editor and scriptwriter, best known for his work in science fiction. (He also wrote many westerns and used the pseudonyms Jay Lewis Bixby, D. B. Lewis, Harry Neal, Albert Russell, J. Russell, M. St. Vivant, Thornecliff Herrick and Alger Rome). He is most famous for the 1953 story "It's a Good Life" which was the basis for a 1961 episode of...   [click here for more]
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The 19th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Charles V. De Vet (Vol. 2)

The 19th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Charles V. De Vet (Vol. 2)


Charles V. de Vet wrote more than 50 short stories for science fiction magazines, beginning with "The Unexpected Weapon" for Amazing Stories in September 1950 (included here). After a several year hiatus, de Vet became active as a writer again in the late 1970s and early 1980s. This collection focuses on his early, more adventurous works. Included in this volume are: SPECIAL FEATURE SEEDLING ALIEN'S...   [click here for more]
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The 20th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Evelyn E. Smith

The 20th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Evelyn E. Smith


During the 1950s, Evelyn E. Smith regularly published science fiction in magazines like Galaxy and Fantastic Universe. These range from post-apocalyptic satires, such as "The Last of the Spode" and "The Hardest Bargain," to "BAXBR/DAXBR," where she explores the dangers of Martian crossword puzzles. She also wrote four science fiction novels, which chiefly...   [click here for more]
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The 21st Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: 25 Stories by Edward Wellen

The 21st Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: 25 Stories by Edward Wellen


Edward Wellen (1919-2011) was a writer primarily of short stories, most in the mystery genre. However, he penned a not-insubstantial number of science fiction over the course of his career -- starting (sort of!) with a "non-fact article" "Origins of Galactic Slang" for Galaxy magazine. This MEGAPACK™ collects 25 of his best tales from those early years...plus a few...   [click here for more]
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The 22nd Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Robert Moore Williams

The 22nd Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Robert Moore Williams


Robert Moore Williams (1907–1977) was an American writer, primarily of science fiction. He wrote not only under his own name, but as John S Browning, H. H. Hermon, Russell Storm and E. K. Jarvis (a house name shared with other writers). Rereading his work in preparation for assembling this volume, we were impressed by how well much of his fiction holds up today. His writing style is smooth and...   [click here for more]
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The 23rd Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Richard Wilson

The 23rd Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Richard Wilson


Richard Wilson (1920–1987) was a Nebula Award winning American science fiction writer and fan. He was a member of the Futurians, and was at his most prolific in the 1950s—though he continued writing throughout his entire life. This volume focuses on his science fiction (24 stories) from the 1950s, but also includes a "non fiction" ghost story and a brief autobiography written...   [click here for more]
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The 24th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: H.B. Fyfe, Volume 3

The 24th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: H.B. Fyfe, Volume 3


The Golden Age of Science Fiction MEGAPACK™ Series focuses on unjustly forgotten science fiction writers from the 1960s and before. Horace B. Fyfe (1918-1997) was one. An engineer by trade, he also wrong a long string of popular science fiction and fantasy stories. He published extensively in genre magazines from his first appearance in Astounding (February 1940) until his last publication in...   [click here for more]
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The 25th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Raymond Z. Gallun

The 25th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Raymond Z. Gallun


Raymond Zinke Gallun (1911 - 1994) was among the earliest pulp fiction writers who specialized in science fiction, and he sold many stories to magazines in the 1930s under his own name and several pseudonyms (such as Dow Elstar, E.V. Raymond and William Callahan). His first novel, "People Minus X" (included here) was published in 1957, followed by his second, "The Planet Strappers,"...   [click here for more]
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The 26th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Homer Eon Flint

The 26th Golden Age of Science Fiction Megapack: Homer Eon Flint


Homer Eon Flint was one of the pioneers of science fiction -- publishing science fiction stories in pulp magazines before the term "science fiction" had even been coined. Unfortunately, he died violently -- and mysteriously -- at age 36, leaving behind a grieving widow and three young children. Prior to his shocking end in 1924, Homer's speculative fiction made him a leading contributor to...   [click here for more]
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