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Harrison, Harry


Captive Universe

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Author: Harry Harrison

Captive Universe [Dec 01, 1984] Harrison, Harry ...

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World's Best Science Fiction 1969

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Author: Brian W. Aldiss


The Harry Harrison Collection

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Author: Harry Harrison

Publishing history of this Collection:
"Arm of the Law" from Fantastic Universe August 1958
"Deathworld" from Astounding Science Fiction January, February and March 1960
"The Ethical Engineer" from Analog Science Fact & Fiction July and August 1963
"The K-Factor" from Analog December 1960
"The Misplaced Battleship" from Astounding Science Fiction April 1960
"Navy Day" from If Worlds of Science Fiction January 1954
"Planet of the Damned" from Analog Science Fact—Science Fiction, Sept.–Nov. 1961
"The Repairman" from Galaxy February 1958
"Sense of Obligation" from Analog Science Fact & Fiction September, October, November 1961
"Toy Shop" from Analog April 1962
"The Velvet Glove" from Fantastic Universe November 1956

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Stars & Stripes Triumphant (Stars and Stripes, No. 3)

Stars & Stripes Triumphant (Stars and Stripes, No. 3) Lowest new price: $34.90
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Author: Harry Harrison
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In England, Irish-born citizens are being herded into prison camps. On the high seas, a furious British Navy is seizing American cargo ships bound for Europe. And on the Thames, a new weapon of unparalleled destructive force is sailing toward an impregnable city–spearheaded by a daring act of espionage. For U.S. president Abraham Lincoln, Britain’s Queen Victoria, Lord Palmerston, and a loyal opposition, a day of reckoning is at hand . . . and so is history’s most astounding battle.

Harry Harrison’s series of alternate history, based on the U.S. Civil War, stands as a provocative work of imagination, drama, and brilliant historical insight. Now in the thrilling finale, Harrison tells a stunning, action-packed story of America’s rapidly growing military might being locked, loaded, and aimed at the heart of England itself.

For the two countries that share a language and a heritage, the conflict began at the dawn of the U.S. Civil War. Just as America was about to tear itself to pieces, Britain itself committed an act of war by seizing a U.S. packet ship. In retaliation, the Confederate States rejoined the Union and took up arms against England. Repulsing a British invasion, and defeating her majesty’s army first in Canada, then in Mexico, then in Ireland, American pride and power swelled. Britain, like a wounded lion, howled in shame and anger. Now, Queen Victoria’s empire is more dangerous than ever before, turning against the Irish on her own soil, flexing her naval might, and all but forcing a weary President Lincoln to authorize the next step in a headlong journey toward war.

A tale of daring and strategy, Stars and Stripes Triumphant explores how arrogance turns superpowers into victims, how regional conflicts can explode into world wars, and how the personalities of a few men and women can change the course of history itself–for better or for worse.


From the Hardcover edition.

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The Technicolor Time Machine

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Author: Harry Harrison

A humerous fantasy set against the background of the film industry of the future.

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Analog Science Fiction / Science Fact, May 1967

Analog Science Fiction / Science Fact, May 1967 Lowest new price: $182.10
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Cover art by Kelly Freas illustrating "Of Terrans Bearing Gifts" by Richard Grey Sipes. ALSO: "The Time-Machined Saga" (serial, part 3 of 3) by Harry Harrison; "Burden of Proof" [Slow Glass] by by Bob Shaw; plus stories by Christopher Anvil and Mike Hodous. FEATURES: Editorial by John W. Campbell; science essay: "Target: Language" by Lawrence A. Perkins; The Reference Library (book reviews) by P. Schuyler Miller, Brass Tacks (letters). Interior artwork by: John Schoenherr, Kelly Freas. Magazine editor: John W. Campbell.


The Stainless Steel Rat Goes to Hell

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Brand new adventure of slippery Jim DiGriz, the SF superhero the TLS compared to James Bond and Flash Gordon and the Daily Telegraph, called the Monty Python of the spaceways. While our anti-hero is taking it easy on the resort planet Lussouso, his wife Angelina and her cavorting pals are at the temple ofEternal Truth, being bamboozled into believing that at last they can buy their way into heaven. When Angelina asks 1 pertinent question too many, Slippery Jim suddenly finds himself without a wife. Within the Temple of Eternal Truth lie the doors to Heaven and Hell - to find Angelina, Jim and his twin sons will have to break down those doors and explore the worlds behind them. In outer space, the devil makes work for idle hands.

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Starworld (To the Stars Trilogy)

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Author: Harry Harrison

The return of the rebel

The stars are afire with rebellion against the tyranny of Earth. Jan Kulozik, rebel in exile, returns home as a prisoner on a ship bearing a cargo of death. But Kulozik escapes his captors and ignites the flames of revolt across half a world. With the aid of Dvora, a lovely but lethal comrade-in-arms, Jan races toward a rendezvous with destiny and a reckoning with a treacherous double agent who holds the fate of the human race in his hands.


Analog Science Fiction and Fact, June 1967

Analog Science Fiction and Fact, June 1967 Lowest new price: $146.78
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March 1967. Cover art by John Schoenherr illustrating "The Time-Machined Saga" (serial, part 1 of 3) by Harry Harrison. ALSO: "Radical Center" by Mack Reynolds; "In the Shadow" by Poul Anderson [as by Michael Karageorge]; plus stories by Richard Anvil and R. C. FitzPatrick. FEATURES: Editorial by John W. Campbell; science essay: " Countdown for Surveyor " by Joseph Green; The Reference Library (book reviews) by P. Schuyler Miller, Brass Tacks (letters). Interior artwork by: Leo Summers, Kelly Freas. Magazine editor: John W. Campbell.


Fantastic Stories Presents the Fantastic Universe Super Pack

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Author: Philip K. Dick
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Fantastic Universe started publishing in 1953 and continued until March 1960. It was one of the better magazines to launch during the boom in science fiction magazines publishing. It published many important stories by some of the fields best known writers. Collected in this over sized edition are more than 175,000 words of science fiction and fantasy. Escape back to the golden age of science fiction! Exile from Space by Judith Merril Cogito, Ergo Sum by John Foster West Grove of the Unborn by Lyn Venable Two Plus Two Makes Crazy by Walt Sheldon Song in a Minor Key C. L. Moore The Helpful Robots by Robert J. Shea There Will Be School Tomorrow by V. E. Thiessen The Answer by H. Beam Piper It's All Yours by Sam Merwin, Jr. Rex ex Machina by Frederic Max This One Problem by M. C. Pease Small World by William F. Nolan The Cartels Jungle by Irving E. Cox, Jr. This Is Klon Calling by Walt Sheldon The Velvet Glove by Harry Harrison Moment of Truth by Basil Wells No Hiding Place by Richard R. Smith Beyond the Door by Philip K. Dick The Laminated Woman by Evelyn E. Smith Be it Ever Thus by Robert Moore Williams The Man the Martians Made by Frank Belknap Long My Father, the Cat by Henry Slesar I like Martian Music by Charles E. Fritch They Twinkled like Jewels by Philip José Farmer The Mighty Dead by William Campbell Gault Out of the Earth by George Edrich Martyr by Alan E. Nourse To Remember Charlie By by Roger Dee The Amazing Mrs. Mimms by David C. Knight The Sensitive Man by Poul Anderson

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