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Toast Charles Stross

Toast is a collection of science fiction short stories first published in 2002. The subtitle of the collection refers to the way that predictions of the ...view book »

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Boulder Dam Zane Grey

Zane Grey is at his best in this story of the building of the Boulder Dam ( Later renamed the Hoover Dam). It shows an excellent depiction of early day L...view book »

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The Kennel Murder Case S. S. Van Dine

It was exactly three months after the startling termination of the Scarab murder case* that Philo Vance was drawn into the subtlest and the most perplexi...view book »

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Wetware Rudy Rucker

In 2030, bopper robots in their lunar refuge have founds a way to infuse DNA wetware with their own software code. The result is a new lifeform: the meat...view book »

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The Spider Strain Johnston McCulley

The supervillain’s right-hand man, John Warwick, must steal a priceless necklace. This is his last assignment, for if he can finally satisfy the Spider, ...view book »

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Fear Stalks the Village Ethel Lina White

It was a model English village, filled with flowers, Tudor cottages, and cobbled streets. Joan Brook loved working there as a companion to Lady d’Arcy, l...view book »

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Tono-Bungay

H. G. Wells

The story of an apprentice chemist whose uncle’s worthless medicine becomes a spectacular marketing success, Tono-Bungay earned H. G. Wells immediate acclaim when it appeared in 1909. It remains a sparkling chronicle of chicanery and human credulity, and is today regarded by many as Wells’s greatest novel.

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