Jack Williamson,George Smith,Wallace West,Adrian Cole,Dick Donovan,Hal Charles,James Holding,John Floyd,Joseph S. Walker

Black Cat Weekly #93

   Our 93rd issue has a ton (we weighed it!) of great fiction, starting with an original crime story from John M. Floyd. John remains one of our most popular authors, and this one comes courtesy of Acquiring Editor Michael Bracken. We also have a great mystery tale by Joseph S. Walker, thanks to Acquiring Editor Barb Goffman. Plus a Jack the Ripper tale from Adrian Cole. And mystery classics from James Holding and Dick Donovan—in Donovan’s case, a complete short story collection. Of course, we also have a solve-it-yourself mystery from Hal Charles.

On the more fantastic side of things, you will also find Adrian Cole’s Jack the Ripper story. Plus a pair of classic novels from Jack Williamson (future war against the robots) and George O. Smith (a time travel classic), plus a scientific zombie (using the old term, “jumbee”) tale from Wallace West. Quite a varied selection this time!

Here’s the complete lineup:

Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure:

“High Noon in the Big Country,” by John M. Floyd [Michael Bracken Presents short story]

“The Case of the Patriotic Pilferage,” by Hal Charles

“Mercy,” by Joseph S. Walker [Barb Goffman Presents short story]

“The Consultant,” by James Holding [short story]

Riddles Read, by Dick Donovan [short story collection]

“In the Wake of the Autumn Storm,” by Adrian Cole [short story]

Science Fiction & Fantasy:

“In the Wake of the Autumn Storm,” by Adrian Cole [short story]

“The Belt,” by Wallace West [short story]

The World-Mover, by George O. Smith [novel]

After World’s End, by Jack Williamson [novel]
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