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Some legends live on. Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Bat Masterson, Billy the Kid, all our legends that will more than likely never die.
But what happens to the ones that do die? The ones who fought for law and order, fighting for justice there own way and yet nobody seems to remember them? Here is a story about them.
King Mortus grunted and groaned in an effort to think harder. He was close to giving up when an idea shattered his crown and scorched his never combed royal hair. Now he knew exactly what to do. He would become the ruler of that insignificant little world his people were always gabbing about. What was its name? Ah, yes, it was called Earth, a most unusual name for a planet. He would conquer Earth and make miserable slaves of its people. Yes, that is what he would do.
Captain Holt hires Thanet Blake to find out who is helping stop crime in the city while wearing a disguise. Holt wants to arrest The Hooded Person. Blake thinks otherwise.
Criminals beware the night. The Apparition is stalking you. No matter where you might hide, you will be found and you will no longer be a threat to anyone. You will be dead.
But who is The Apparition? Why is this nighttime hooded figure killing the city's criminals? The police suspect Bryan Sloane, a wealthy young man about town, who in a fist fight killed Nick Putty Stryker. Putty was head gangsters David Stryker's only son. So maybe Bryan Sloane disguised as The Apparition is killing David Stryker's mob before they come after him. But is he really The Apparition?
Captain Tucker Conway lands on Mars with the cargo of twenty horses requested by the space settlers. The colony survives, but the planet itself has a secret, one that the young captain is determined to discover.
Somebody calling himself The Phantom Marker is writing bad poetry as he marks up the school’s hallways. The Principal thinks Tate and Mountain are the guilty people. They set out to prove the principal is wrong by attempting to capture The Phantom Marker.
Eleven stories that will take you to Other Worlds and Other Universes.
In Decision Adam Cavanaugh wants to become a published writer and a spaceman. Who is the man who tells him otherwise?
In The Door, Tyler Jones Grant is determined to open it. When he manages to do so the unexpected happens to him.
Forever Love tells the story of Willy’s love for Janice and Janice’s love for Willy. But when Willy becomes an Android what does Janice do?
Number Twelve and the Glorious Bastards have an ultimate battle that the Glorious Bastards must win.
Homecoming is about Star Pilot Carter Rogers landing back on Earth after being gone for many years.
In All that Glitters, Spider and McIntyre were certain they would become rich when they landed on the asteroid of pure gold.
The Visitors. A Trainie and a Superior landed on their food supply world for a discussion.
Where Is That Asteroid? Gar Ragan and Sam Jockowich search for an uncharted asteroid named Sexsema.
Opus One Thousand Outwits the Devil. When Opus dies he doesn’t go up, he goes down to outwit the devil.
In Looky Loos on the Moon, Earth has had the ultimate war. What is left of the human race migrates to the domes on the Moon. Suicide is rampant among the survivors.
Who Or What is Abby? There isn’t anything Abby cannot do. She is called upon to meet with frog-like aliens from outer space who want to buy Earth’s junk. The question arises as to what the aliens consider to be junk. It’s up to Abby to find out.
When Thanet Blake checked into police headquarter he had no idea he was going to be asked by police captain Holt to find the killer of serial killer Stanley Sudowsky. Thanet agreed to look around because Holt told him he was a suspect. Can Thanet prove he's innocent? Thanet suspects his lady friend, Starla, offed Sudowsky. What will he do if she's proven to be guilty?
Jennifer has never phoned me until now. She said come at once and be careful about being followed. I broke the speed limit through the city’s usual traffic problem. The sound of her voice over my Ameche said she was in trouble. God, what was going to happen to her next? Her parents were murdered, and she was brutally raped. How could I protect her from further harm? How?
At Jennifer’s I found out things about her I didn’t know how to correct. She wished for revenge against men who raped and murdered women and I feared she meant to carry out that revenge in a deadly way. As for me, I’m plastered all over the Internet. Ten-thousand dollar reward for Thanet Blake, dead!
All graveyards are sad. Mother and I visit three of them to pay our respect to those who have gone on. But this graveyard is different. I keep hearing a male voice. No matter where I look I can’t see him. I’m cold sober. I haven’t had a drink since last night. There’s the voice again. Who is it? Why can’t I see the guy?
Here are stories about eight young people with problems that must be solved. Do they succeed or fail?
Some people are convinced that Private Eye Thanet Blake is a social pariah. Others believe having contact with him insures them of having a short life. A few are convinced he works for the city’s mortuaries and drives a hearse.
When Captain Holt of the Police Department informs Blake that PI’s are being offed by an unknown person, he asks Blake for help. “We don’t have a single clue as to who is doing the offing. We need your help to do some nosing around for us, come up with clues that will lead us to the perp. I’ll even put you on the payroll.”
That starts another murder mystery for Thanet Blake, the shamus who hates murder cases because too many of his friends end up dead, or forever hurt. Who will he lose this time?
A time travel adventure from modern day Earth to a medieval Earth.
My name is Alexander Madigan. I inherited a mansion that’s so old it might have been built before the thirteen colonies existed. I live all alone so I talk to myself and the twelve suits of armor standing in the mansion’s upstairs great hallway. (Heat 1 / Pages 106)
The Valdarian Double Star System will go into a black hole in two Tian centuries. Because of that, ten billion people will enter The Beyond. Is there any escape for them? Derek Rawn thinks so. In fact Derek Rawn knows so. (Heat 1 / Pages 270)
The standard private eye gimmick in Hollywood is to have a gorgeous blonde breathing minted mouth perfume at a downbeat detective as she asks him to handle a problem only he can solve.
Real detectives are never lucky enough to get that type of client. That is until now. And she’s standing in front of my desk. I’m Thanet Blake, Private Detective. (94 Pages)
Morty is a World War II kid living at Nugent’s Corner. He loves candy, soda pop, and ice cream. He can be sad, happy, afraid, and brave. During summer vacation he picks strawberries, raspberries and beans to earn money. All year he collects old scrap metal, rubber inner tubes, and tinfoil from cigarette packages and chewing gum to help the war effort. He knows how to identify airplanes and stands duty in a watchtower. That’s Morty, a typical kid that things happen to, and decisions have to be made. 82 Pages
The new Marshal was sent to investigate the Dugay Mining Company and arrest the lady outlaw known as Mask. This would be his toughest assignment seeing as how somebody drygulched him. A bullet in his back just might slow things up a bit. It might even change his mind.
Stormy knows the Phantom of Space always rescues people in need of help. Well, she can certainly pretend to have an emergency by fiddling with the marble-sized atomic pile in her scoutship. But things happen. The faked emergency becomes a real emergency. Her little ship is about to blow up. Where is the Phantom, the man she now knows she loves? Will he arrive in time to save her, or will she become nothing but star particles?
Emil Ludlow is an anachronism in a futuristic world. Emil loves books, which have long since been replaced by Lookies and Feelies, the entertainment simulations the rest of the world is addicted to. He is a member of the only last remaining science fiction book club, and every month the only joy he has is in going to the antiquated post office to pick up his box of books.
But when a billing error interrupts his flow of books, Emil's loathing of modern technology goes to war with his desire for more science fiction. Can he deal with the computerized systems he hates so much in order to get his books? Or will his hatred of technology prevent him from getting the one, last thing he loves?
There are legends drifting through the ethos, transcending space and time…this is one of them.
When Stormy’s father disappeared ten years ago, she thought she’d seen the last of him. Actually, she hoped he had waltzed out of her life for good. Except now he’s reconnecting with her, sending her cryptic telepathic messages, drawing her into deep space and into a place that doesn’t exist. Or does it?
In a ship that defies logic, Stormy relives the legends, remembers her past and falls in love with her future.
Daka Black and Merlin Krump are two of the galaxy's most notorious criminals. The Galaxy Patrol is sworn to stop them. And when Krump creates a machine that can jump through time Drey Templar finds himself in a strange new world where a game of life and death is being waged and the untimate test of wills begins and life and love are in the balance.
Drey Templar has been transported through five centuries where he meets the woman he is destined to love. But Krump has other plans including jumping through space and time. Now can Drey travel through time and get back to his life mate? Join Drey and the Galaxy Patrol as they attempt to stop Daka Black and his pirates from destroying every race in the galaxy amd race against time to stop the evil Krump before he makes clones of everything and everyone he wants.