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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…

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The Glittering Coffins - On a manhunt for three escaped fugitives, Special Agent Dan Fowler coincidentally meets a very lovely former acquaintance who was once involved in an old case.…

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Professor Jameson's Adventures in the Universe Vol.2 - The second volume of the explorations of Professor Jameson. Forty million years after his death, Professor Jameson's brain is reanimated and placed…

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Adobe Gold and Other Stories - A lost treasure of gold, a hidden outlaw town, a gambler and his sister, and a framed man on the run. These are the…

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Professor Jameson's Adventures in the Universe Vol.1 - Forty million years after his death, Professor Jameson's brain is reanimated and placed into a mechanical body. His adventures in his second,…

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Mission: Murder - Conspiracy, theft, murder and the love of a good woman are the key ingredients to these stories by John D. MacDonald

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Dynamite - Five Stories by J. Lane Linklater - Murder, kidnapping, and blackmail, on the high seas, in a private mountain compound, in the middle of the city. There's always…

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I'm a Dead Man - Four novelettes of murders committed to cover up fraud and to exact revenge. But as smart as the murderers think they are, they always make…

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Early Stories by Edmond Hamilton - Four early stories from the fertile mind of the Father of World Destroying Space Opera.

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Her lips smiled again; but her eyes did not. They regarded Agent “X” with cold, impersonal calculation. The silvery tones of her voice, her sleekness, her beauty, masked something else—something sinister. Here was a woman as dangerous as she was lovely. A tiger woman who lived by her wits and that stinging provocative appeal of her charms. Who was she? The Agent could only guess. He had pulled himself together. He began playing a game—a deadly, silent battle of wits.