Book List in Order: 30 titles

  • Flor Ortega has lived many lives. She has been the estranged daughter of an American former CIA agent, a secret sister, a poet, a lover, a passionate revolutionary. She strikes passionate loyalty into the hearts of some, and hatred into the hearts of...


  • Alfred Coppel was a science fiction writer in the middle of the 20th century. He wrote adventurous stories for numerous pulp magazines. Other works by Coppel can be found under his pseudonym Robert Cham Gilman. This is one of those stories....


  • Alfred Coppel was a science fiction writer in the middle of the 20th century. He wrote adventurous stories for numerous pulp magazines. Other works by Coppel can be found under his pseudonym Robert Cham Gilman. This is one of those stories....


  • . . . From the Dark Ages of Space emerged the Second Empire . . . ruled by a child, a usurper and a fool The Great Throne of Imperial Earth commanded a thousand vassal worlds—bleak, starved worlds that sullenly whispered of galactic revolt . .....


  • “Normality” is a myth; we’re all a little neurotic, and the study of neurosis has been able to classify the general types of disturbance which are most common. And some types (providing the subject is not suffering so extreme a case...


  • Threatened by an interstellar menace from beyond the galaxy, the great Goldenwing ship, Gloria Coelis, with her crew of Wired starmen and cats, heads to the advanced planet Yamato to enlist the aid of the greatest military power in the human galaxy. ...


  • The second installment of the Goldenwing Cycle and the sequel to Glory continues the epic saga of the Wired Starmen aboard their orbiting space station, their refuge from an uninhabitable, hostile planet that once was Earth. Reprint....


  • When a nuclear warhead capable of destroying all of North America is planted in Hudson Bay by members of a Russian cabal, Colonel John Morgan pursues a trail of espionage from Moscow to Washington. Reprint....


  • Adopted just after World War II in Nuremberg under mysterious circumstances, Brian Lockwood receives a Nazi ceremonial dagger in the mail, an event that prompts him to embark on a perilous quest in search of his origins. 35,000 first printing. $30,00...






  • The Goldenwing spaceship Gloria Coelis approaches the colony planet Voerster with an essential supply shipment ordered centuries before. Settled by South Africans determined to preserve apartheid, Voerster is now threatened by revolution and war... w...


  • Convinced by a late-night phone call that her husband, presumed dead for seventeen years, is alive and that her daughter is being held by terrorist kidnappers, Megan Wells flies to Rome where she becomes embroiled in international intrigue that reach...








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    Night of Fire and Snow, first published in 1957, is a novel examining the life of a rising young writer who develops and eventually overcomes his writer's block. Interspersed are recollections of youthful love affairs, a marriage to a decent and also...


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    Legends, I think, are our strength. If one day a man stands on the rim of the Galaxy and looks out across the gulfs toward the settee suns of Andromeda, it will be legends that drove him there.They are odd things, these legends, peopled with unreal c...






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    This, then, was the Creche, Anno Domini 2500. A great, mile-square blind cube topping a ragged mountain; bare escarpments falling away to a turbulent sea. For five centuries the Creche had stood so, and the Androids had come forth in an unending stre...