BY E.C. TUBB
A 34-volume series of science fiction novels by E.C. Tubb, author of the short story that inspired the motion picture 57 Seconds. Each novel is a self-contained adventure as Earl Dumarest, the wandering protagonist, attempts to find his way back home to Earth, a planet everyone he encounters has never heard of — or so they claim.
BY JOHN RUSSELL FEARN — From the imaginative typewriter of John Russell Fearn comes a series featuring a female superhuman. Violet Ray, endowed with superhuman abilities, fights against the German Blitz of World War II, which threatens to destroy Europe. But events take a surprising turn!
BY DENIS HUGHES
"Fans of Tarzan and Doc Savage will feel right at home with Rex Brandon"
Rex Brandon is always game for profitable adventure — although sometimes his quarry walks on two legs and threatens innocent people. Poachers, claim jumpers, spies — the jungle is rife with natural danger, and often man-made danger. But Brandon and his trusted crew forge ahead with determination.
BY MICHAEL KURLAND
In the late 1960s, the Cold War threatened the survival of mankind. The map of the world was being recolored. And so, to help keep the uneasy peace a new group of mercenaries was born, known as Weapons Analysis and Research, Incorporated.
WAR, Inc., did not supply fighting troops. It did supply training, equipment, systems, advice and technical knowhow for using the equipment of modern warfare. Its men were carefully-selected experts at their jobs, men such as Peter Carthage, formally a major in the Intelligence branch of the United States Army.