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Sugar Plum

Sugar Plum

Reginald Bretnor

Science Fiction / Anthologies / Fiction

Sugar Plum is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by Reginald Bretnor is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of Reginald Bretnor then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.
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The First Science Fiction Megapack

The First Science Fiction Megapack

Reginald Bretnor

Science Fiction / Anthologies / Fiction

Hours of great reading await, with tales from some of the 20th century's most renowned science fiction authors, Here are 25 science fiction stories (plus a bonus short-short): UNKNOWN THINGS, by Reginald BretnorCAPTIVES OF THE FLAME, by Samuel R. DelanyEXPEDITER, by Mack ReynoldsONE-SHOT, by James BlishSHIPWRECK IN THE SKY, by Eando BinderZEN, by Jerome BixbyLANCELOT BIGGS COOKS A PIRATE, by Nelson BondSENTIMENT, INC., by Poul AndersonTHE ISSAHAR ARTIFACTS, by J. F. BoneTHE NEXT LOGICAL STEP, by Ben BovaYEAR OF THE BIG THAW, by Marion Zimmer BradleyEARTHMEN BEARING GIFTS, by Fredric BrownHAPPY ENDING, by Fredric Brown and Mack ReynoldsLIGHTER THAN YOU THINK, by Nelson BondRIYA'S FOUNDLING, by Algis BudrysACCIDENTAL DEATH, by Peter BailyAND ALL THE EARTH A GRAVE, by C. C. MacAppDEAD RINGER, by Lester del ReyTHE CRYSTAL CRYPT, by Philip K. DickTHE JUPITER WEAPON, by Charles L. FontenayTHE MAN WHO HATED MARS, by Randall GarrettNAVY DAY, by Harry HarrisonTHE JUDAS VALLEY, by Robert Silverberg & Randall GarrettNATIVE SON, by T. D. HammJUBILEE, by Richard A. LupoffFINAL CALL, by John Gregory Betancourt
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Black Cat Thrillogy #1

Black Cat Thrillogy #1

Reginald Bretnor

Science Fiction / Anthologies / Fiction

Welcome to the first volume of The Black Cat Mystery Community's "Thrillogy" series, celebrating classic mystery short stories. This time we focus on the work of Reginald Bretnor (1911-1992). Included are:PAPER TIGERTHE MURDERERS' CIRCLETHE PHOTOGRAPHY OF THE DEAREST DEFUNCTReg was born Alfred Reginald Kahn in Vladivostok, Siberia. He was the son of a Latvian Jewish banker and an English governess. The family moved to Japan in 1917, then to San Diego, California, in 1920. Bretnor, whose name was taken from the maiden name of his maternal grandmother and who many acquaintances thought to be the perfect English gentleman, never left the United States in the 72 years he lived here and did not once set foot in Great Britain.He is most widely known in the science fiction field for his humorous "Feghoot" pun stories featuring time-traveler Ferdinand Feghoot. He also published a handful of science fiction novels and a single mystery novel (A Killing in Swords) in...
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