Book-Length Daring Novel
by Frederic Arnold Kummer, Jr.
No, this was not just an improved razor-blade disintegrator, this was no mere gadget that John Marker had invented. Though only an ordinary run-of-the-mine engineer, John Marker had overnight given the world a new era, had advanced the world’s progress ten thousand years — and doomed his own lovely Marcia to the death-spawning ray-sun of far Mercury!
An Unusual Novelet
Hour of Judgment
by R. DeWitt Miller
The note was written on ordinary paper, had come in a plain envelope. But it had the same strange rose-hued radio-active glow as the notes the other four would-be-world-rulers had received, it presaged as they had, death for the madman who would plunge the world into war!
Disappearing Sam — Scintillating Short Story
by R.R. Winterbotham
How could even the vast resources of the famous Interplanetary Police be a match for a super-scientific criminal who knew how to make himself invisible?
Dust — Scintillating Short Story
by Lloyd Arthur Esbach
In bringing to Earth this vast store of radium, with its infinite power for good and evil, would Jerry Blaine be fostering the eternal salvation of mankind — or speeding mankind on to ghastly self-annihilation?
Lightning Strikes Once — Scintillating Short Story
by Harl Vincent
In Kardel’s words, it was the focussing of a projector so as to direct a slender beam of energy fo one of the cold air layers above the earth — in Mary May’s words, it was murder!
Excursion to Possibility — Departments
Conducted by Donald Dale
What’s Your Answer? — Departments
What’s Your Question? — Departments
Under the Lens — Departments