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The "Golden Age of Science Fiction" Megapacks are designed to introduce readers to classic science fiction writers of the 1940s-1960s who might otherwise be forgotten. Horace B. Fyfe (1918-1997) is one such unjustly forgotten author. Included here are 16 science fiction stories plus one novel, published between, representing some of his best work:


D-99 (novel)

LET THERE BE LIGHT

MANNERS OF THE AGE

LUNA ESCAPADE

THE OUTBREAK OF PEACE

FEES OF THE FRONTIER

IRRESISTIBLE WEAPON

THIS WORLD MUST DIE!

THE TALKATIVE TREE

A TRANSMUTATION OF MUDDLES

SATELLITE SYSTEM

FLAMEDOWN

THE ENVOY, HER

THE WEDGE

EXILE

YES SIR!


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