Early Stories by Edmond Hamilton – Four early stories from the fertile mind of the Father of World Destroying Space Opera.
Beyond the End of Space – Two short novels that warn how great inventions can be stolen and used by unscrupulous power brokers to enrich only themselves and control the world.
The Black Jarl – A Viking Jarl, son of a Jarl, comes home to the land of the Norse in the time when the Gods of Valhalla fight against the God of the Cross. This Jarl, viewed with suspicion, marked for assassination, must prove himself worthy to inherit his father’s domains.
Through the Andes – Three men and their two retainers go on an archeolgical expedition into the Andes. There they find a lost civilization.
The Gargoyle – A Novel of Devil Worship
The Coast of Shadows – Five stories of tragedies, shipwrecks, executions, loss of life and the afterlife beyond this mortal coil.
The Eye of Balamok – Dying of thirst in the Great Victoria Desert of Australia, a man finds a small hut built of stone next to a small fresh water spring. Inside the hut he finds a manuscript from an earlier traveler.
Spacehounds of IPC – When a space liner is crippled and hijacked by aliens, two survivors of the attack make their way to Ganymede where they set up a base to regain their freedom. This results in an interplanetary war.
The Haunted Chair – A thrilling novel of murder by light-rays, murder by strange sounds, and murder by tragic perfumes—by the author of “The Phantom of the Opera.”