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Nightmare Planet - Murray Leinster

Nightmare Planet - Murray Leinster

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Published by John Gamesby
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Published by: John Gamesby on Jul 02, 2013
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Nightmare Planet
 Illustrations by Tom O'Reilly
[Transcriber's Note: This etext was produced from Science Fiction Plus June1953. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S.copyright on this publication was renewed.]
 In science-fiction, as in all categories of fiction, there are stories that are sooutstanding from the standpoint of characterization, concept, anbackground development that they remain popular for decades. Two such stories were Murray Leinster's
The Mad Planet
Red Dust.
Originally published in 1923, they have been reprinted frequently both here and abroad. They are now scheduled for book publication. Especially for thismagazine, Murray Leinster has written the final story in the series. It is not necessary to have read the previous stories to enjoy this one. Once again, Burl experiences magnificent adventures against a colorful background, but to the whole the author has added philosophical and psychologicaobservations that give this story a flavor seldom achieved in science-fiction.
Under his real name of Will Fitzgerald Jenkins, the author has sold to
TheSaturday Evening Post 
Today's Woman
, in fact every important publication in America. He has had over 1200 stories published, 15 booksand 35 science-fiction stories anthologized. His writing earned him a listingin
Who's Who in America

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