Book List in Order: 23 titles

  • THE DELEGATE FROM VENUS AND OTHER SCIENCE FICTION STORIES includes six classic science fiction stories by noted writer Henry Slesar. Slesar (1927-2002) was a versatile writer who published works of science fiction, fantasy, detective, and achieved l...


  • This volume contains the full text of the following works:“The Delegate From Venus,” by Henry Slesar“Foundling on Venus,” by John & Dorothy de Courcy“The Merchants of Venus,” by A. H. Phelps, Jr.“A Tri...


  • Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic science fiction double novels. The first novel, “A God Named Smith” is a brilliant essay of the future by renown sci-fi author, Henry Slesar. The kind of people that Smith wanted for his n...



  • This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic, timeless works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them....




  • Henry Slesar is advertising executive who has rapidly become one of the better known writers in the field. Here is an off-trail story that is guaranteed to make some of you take a very searching second look at some of the young men you know....







  • Armchair fiction presents the ninth entry in a new series of extra large paperback classic science fiction double novels. The first novel, "Secret of Marracott Deep" is a tale of an undersea race rising from the depths to menace mankind. What was the...


  • Jobo was picked upon and teased. Not like any other child in the deep woods of Tennessee. They called him a freak, but he was strong and could whoop anybody, if forced to do so. Unfortunately, he may be forced to do so. Meanwhile, John Tilletson was ...



  • Henry Slesar published this tale in the December, 1957, issue of Amazing Stories using the nom de plume E.K. Jarvis. (He also wrote a good deal under the pseudonyms O.H. Leslie and Jay Street.) Lord knows why he used the pennames: this story -- a tal...


  • Heartbreak Hospital is one of the most popular TV soap operas, an endless saga of life and death, love and hatred: to many of its fans, the characters seem much more real than the actors who play them. The character everyone loves to hate is Andrea H...


  • in Dick Tracy: The Secret Files

    CRIMESTOPPERS' CASEBOOK: 1944 -- Everyone knew the beautiful Hollywood starlet's death was suicide. Everyone but a hack screen- writer -- and DICK TRACY... 1955 -- A new music called rock'n'roll is sweeping the country -- but someone wants one...


  • Henry Slesar wrote more than 40 stories that were chosen for the classic television show, Alfred Hitchcock Presents.Irony, not suspense, is the key ingredient in the nineteen stories by Slesar offered in this collection. While irony often seems a by-...




  • When Gail Gunnerson was six years old, a Thing came to her bedroom door. It was so horrifying that her shocked young mind refused to remember what it was. Even after twenty years, the specter of her childhood is totally forgotten, buried beyond recal...







  • in Garden of Deadly Delights

    A DAZZLING BOUQUET OF MYSTERY AND MURDER Here, amid the lush, heady beauty of a garden setting, everything's coming up roses...or turning up corpses. Focusing on crime that flourishes amid the flora, this blooming collection of 19 tales provides m...



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    Jerry Bridges, sitting in the chair opposite his employer's desk, chewed on his knuckles and said nothing. One part of his mind wanted him to play it cagey, to behave the way the newspaper wanted him to behave, to protect the cozy Washington assi...