Bio: Arthur Leo Zagat (1895-1949) was a prolific author of fiction, and a respected author of science fiction, in the 1930s and '40s. Although he graduated from Fordham University Law School, he never practiced law; by that time the young Zagat's stories were beginning to sell to magazines and he turned his talents entirely to writing. Zagat was so successful that by the time of his death, he had more than five hundred published stories and novels to his credit.
SF Classic First Time Ever in Book Form! What will they be like the Lost Children of Tomorrow, the survivors of Armageddon? How will they live, and who will lead them? In Book One, Dark Yesterday, they live like animals on a high mountain plateau. Calling themselves the "Bunch," these lost children, scions of a civilization destroyed by invading hordes, roam the wilderness of the vanished world that yesterday was America! They are the hope and promise of America--these children, who by a miracle... more info>>
The Classic SF of Romance and Peril in the Far Future! When he is hired to investigate the disappearance of Evelyn Rand, young attorney John March is faced with baffling mystery. It is a disappearance intimately bound up with a strange black amulet, in the shape of a snake; and with a queer little man who seems to appear out of nowhere, discusses Evelyn Rand with John March, and disappears -- all between the chiming of two bell notes! The mystery deepens when March, who is falling in love with t... more info>>