Four Outstanding Novelets Of The Future
The Sandhound Strikes
by Ross Rocklynne
The Sandhound stalked the rusty sands of Mars, seeking the human rats who were his prey — and found himself trapped in the snare he had set for another man.
The Vanishing Venusians
by Leigh Brackett
One last chance the Earthmen had of finding a home on Venus; and the men who had found the way — were captives of people who slayed with thoughts.
The Silver Plague
by Albert DePina
From nowhere struck the silver scourge, and only Varon could halt its rush. He had but a short time in which to work — for already the plague had touched his skin.
Vandals Of The Void
by Robert Wilson
Earth was reaping a whirlwind of destruction, for the conquerors had sown the seed of death — and weapons were futile against the immortal spawn.
Four Exciting Planet Short Stories
The Happy Castaway
by Emmett McDowell
Robinson Crusoe had one Man Friday — Jonathon Fawkes had twenty-seven!
by Carl Jacobi
Grannie Annie was in a jam again — she kept splitting and becoming twins.
by Tom Pace
Starrett Blade was fighting for a girl — forgetting that she wanted him dead.
Joe Carson’s Weapon
by James R. Adams
The Martians could conquer Earth — if they could steal Carson’s fiendish invention.
P.S.’s Feature Flash — Department
Meet Joe Kennedy, the literary guy that editors fear.
The Vizigraph — Department
The interplanetary letter-box, where everybody is right — and always wrong!