Lost Sci-Fi Books 11 thru 20 - Ten Lost Sci-Fi Short Stories from the 1940s, 50s and 60s
Leave Earthmen or Die! by John Massie Davis - They heard the alien voice warn them. And to each it sounded familiar—a sweetheart, a son, a hated enemy!The Fugitives by Malcolm B. Morehart Jr. - Somehow Jeff Engel followed the stranger into another world—among people who hated all aliens.The Voyage of Vanishing Men by Stanley Mullen - Earthmen had never ventured into the vast unknown beyond the galaxy. But now a survey was ordered and a ship sent out.A Zloor For Your Trouble by Mack Reynolds - Prescott stood to make a fortune if he could capture a martian zloor—dead or alive! Was there a catch to it?Danger in the Void by Charles E. Fritch - Silvia secretly planned to divorce George. But a space journey can alter a careful plan—or hatch a worse one!A Matter of Ethics by Russ Winterbotham - Homer was a shy bachelor; his visitor was a beautiful Pleiades girl. She was a girl, and Homer had a problem.Slay-Ride written by Winston Marks - Who ever thought that Frane Lewis—wholesale triggerman, spaceways pirate—would be the sweating victim of a simple, webbed, nylon garment?The Addicts by William Morrison - Wives always try to cure husbands of bad habits, even on lonely asteroids!The Queen of Space by Joseph Slotkin - Helen LaTour had the best hip wriggle in galactic Burleyque. It was so good she hipped herself smack into another dimension!The Fifty-Fourth of July by Alan E. Nourse - Matt had to destroy the rocket because it was a symbol of evil. But must he also destroy the future?
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