X-87 – Five stories by Ray Cummings from the early 1940s. These science fiction stories reflect the shock and fear of the reality of the early years of World War II.
Lost Ships – Three classic science fiction novelettes by Leigh Brackett, known as the Queen of Space Opera. Outpost on Io, The Citadel Of Lost Ships, Last Call For Sector 9G
The Vanguard of Venus (1928) is now more of a curiosity and prized collector’s item than a good science fiction story.
Four tales of a woman who as an infant was spaceship-wrecked on Venus and was raised by Venusians. She develops a phenomenal strength that avails her when she fights evildoers around the spaceways and becomes known as The Golden Amazon.
Venhez is a pair of novelettes by Nictzin Dyalhis. Evil beings from the dark side of the Moun, able to control minds, attack Aerth. The men of Venhez must destroy them before they conquer the other inhabited worlds of the Planetary Chain.
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.
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.
Eric John Stark was born on Mercury to miners who died in a cave-in. He was brought up by Mercurian aborigines and given the name N’Chaka, meaning “the man without a tribe”. Stark grew up to become a wanderer, a warrior, a rebel, and ultimately a legend.
The Pirate Planet (1930) by Charles Willard Diffin (1884-1966) was a four part serialized novel in Astounding Stories of Super Science. This classic science fiction novel pits telepathic Venusians and their lust to conquer Earth against the indomitable courage and willpower of the U.S. Army Air Corps.