Lost Sci-Fi Books 21 thru 30 - Ten Lost Sci-Fi Short Stories from the 1940s, 50s and 60s
The Gun by Philip K. Dick - Nothing moved or stirred. Everything was silent, dead. Only the gun showed signs of life and the trespassers had wrecked that for all time.So They Baked A Cake by Winston Marks - He was tired of people—this starship seemed to offer the ideal escape from it all.The Alien Dies at Dawn by Alexander Blade - Kendall Stone had twelve hours to save a thousand lives. But someone was making sure he didn't use it!Unwelcomed Visitor by William Morrison - Xhanph was the fully accredited ambassador from Gfun, and Earth's first visitor from outer space.Task of Kayin by William Morrison - From out beyond the second sun he came; a fugitive from a dead and sterile world seeking solace, friends, a home, on Earth.Beyond The Door by Philip K. Dick - Larry Thomas bought a cuckoo clock for his wife—without knowing the price he would have to pay.Shipping Clerk by William Morrison - If Ollie knew the work he was doing, he would have resigned—if resigning were possible!Spoken For by William Morrison - He was lost anyone could see that, but she had no idea how entirely lost he was nor why!Pariah by Milton Lesser - Harry spent three years in space waiting to get home to Earth—and his family. They were waiting for him too—that is, for his corpse.The Plagiarist From Rigel IV by Evan Hunter - Writing stories was hard work—unless Fred had a typewriter like "Reggie"!
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