Dead Men Singing by H. Bedford-Jones

Dead Men Singing – Remember the Alamo! H. Bedford-Jones turns his massive story-telling talents to the Texas Revolution and the Battle of the Alamo.


The Moon Trilogy by Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Moon Trilogy is a three-part story that begins with a tale of space travel and reincarnation, becomes a tale of military dictatorship, and ends with a second American Revolution.


No Man Hears – Three Novelettes by Georges Surdez

No Man Hears – Three Novelettes – Honor and loyalty among fighting men, white and black, in the French colonies of Africa.


Ten Early Stories by Ray Bradbury

These ten early stories by Ray Bradbury were written between 1942 and 1944, during the height of World War II. Mostly from Weird Tales, they show Bradbury’s early interests in questions of coming of age, the power of childhood innocence, and death.


Power by C.K.M. Scanlon

Power – A Coast Guard cutter is called out to interdict drug smugglers but there are other forces at play. When the drug interdiction turns into the assassination of a foreign dignitary, it brings the nation to the brink of war. Ace FBI Special Agent Dan Fowler must figure out the score before the bullets start to fly.


Lorelei of the Red Mist by Leigh Brackett and Ray Bradbury

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 Free Shall Live and Other Stories by Georges Surdez

The Free Shall Live – four stories of courage and honor in the face of certain death by the master of French Foreign Legion stories – Georges Surdez.


Six Good Men by Georges Surdez

Six Good Men – Two Stories of the Foreign Legion in Indo-China by Georges Surdez
Six Good Men (1922)- A Simple Assignment: Scout A Village
What I Want, I Take! (1941) – In the Face of the Vichy Surrender of France