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A Trace of Memory
Great Pulp Space Adventure Classic from Hugo and Nebula and Hugo Nominee Author! From the Ruins of Stonehenge to the Starships of Vallon he sought the secret of a trace of memory. When the man named Legion signed on as a soldier of fortune he did not expect to end up as the master of a private island--nor to cower in ancient druid pits--nor fight for his life in the great hall of Okk-Hamiloth, on a planet galaxies away. Keith Laumer, the master storyteller of interstellar adventure sweeps you th... more info>>
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Gambler's World
The planet Petreac has just signed a treaty with Terra. On hand to celebrate are a many notables from the planet's elite Nenni caste, as well as Jame Retief, his superior Magnan, and other members of the Terran Diplomatic Corps. When revolution threatens, it's up to Retief to save his assignment from ruin. He will risk life and limb (quite literally) to save the day. A classic entry in Laumer's most famous series!
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Graylorn
Losing ground to the Red Tide, Earth pinned its hopes on contacting the Omega Colony for help. Never mind that the Omegans hadn't been heard from in 200 years ... or that the trip aboard an experimental new ship would take 5 years to reach its goal! "Greylorn" is one of Keith Laumer's earliest works, originally published in the April, 1959 issues of "Amazing Science Fiction Stories." In its original appearance, the editor wrote: "Keith Laumer is a writer new to science fiction. In this story he ... more info>>
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it could be ANYTHING
Keith Laumer, well-known for his tales of adventure and action, shows us a different side of his talent in this original, exciting and thought-provoking exploration of the meaning of meaning. Originally published in Amazing Stories, January 1963.
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Worlds of the Imperium
When Brion Bayard was kidnapped and brought to the alternate world where Earth's history took a different turn, it was not a pleasant experience. It was, however, a startling experience. Here was a world that was just like the Earth he was taken from--with just a few subtle changes. On top of all this, Brion was given a puzzling assignment by his captors. He was to secretly enter a palace, and kill a dangerous and tyrannical dictator. There was one, small catch--the hated dictator in this world ... more info>>
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