The Amazing Misadventures of Oona and Jick – Oona, Domestic Goddess of the Future and her loving Husband, Jick just want to live comfortable lives and be well thought of in their social set. And not be looked down upon by the Joyzelle Cabot-Cabot’s of this world. Sometimes it all works out, but sometimes it doesn’t. And when it doesn’t . . . .
The Vanguard of Venus (1928) is now more of a curiosity and prized collector’s item than a good science fiction story.
Kraal Of The Walking Dead – Two novelettes about adventurers in Africa, stolen secrets, voodoo, and the walking dead.
A hidden underground city has been established, deep in the earth, underneath Chicago. Ruled by Osiris, this city is the gateway to the Karneter, the afterlife, from which no man returns. Into this hidden realm, a woman is brought — she who will become The Bride of Osiris.
The Queen of the Black Coast: Four stories of Conan the Cimmerian in which he faces monsters, fearsome wizards, ancient curses and the love of a mighty pirate woman.
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.
A thief makes the biggest score of all time and then dies trying to escape. His dying mind is transferred into the body of a warrior who is being used by a sorceress to destroy her enemies.
When attorney Jim Daniels takes a mid-winter vacation to Southern California to placate his wife, he steps into a nightmare of murder and a years-old secret of fraud and corruption.
The Sea Witch – Three Stories by Nictzin Dyalhis – The vengeance of Vikings, centuries delayed. Finding love after the destruction of Atlantis. And the lowliest bug dooms the mightiest wizard to hell. The Sea Witch – three stories of reincarnation, transmigration of souls, fate and vengeance by Nictzin Dyalhis.