Beyond the Veil of Time is famous for being a plagiarization of A. Merritt’s “The Face in the Abyss.” The author, B.H. Barney, is not known to have written anything else.
The Vanguard of Venus (1928) is now more of a curiosity and prized collector’s item than a good science fiction story.
The Moon Terror and Other Stories was originally sold by Weird Tales but was eventually given away free with a subscription to the magazine. Published in 1927, the book reproduces one novel, one novelette and two short stories from the beginnings of the magazine’s run.
The Lunar Point of View is a collection of four stories by S.M. Tenneshaw a “house name” for Fantastic Adventures and Amazing Stories. The actual writers of these stories are unknown.
Boxed Death – Seven Short Mysteries by C.K.M. Scanlon is a FREE collection of murder mysteries from Popular Detective magazine.
Sinister House – Eight Stories by J.S. Endicott
J.S. Endicott and John S. Endicott were house names for the Standard Publications group of magazines. Many authors wrote under these names and it’s difficult to know exactly who actually penned any particular story. These seven stories exhibit a wide range of themes, styles and abilities.