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Tyrants of Time and Pariah Planet

Tyrants of Time and Pariah Planet

by Milton Lesser and Murray Leinster
Publication Date: 03/01/2012
Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic science fiction double novels. The first novel, "Tyrants of Time" is grim time travel tale by master sci-fi storyteller, Milton Lesser. It was a wild race against time with Earth's destiny at the finish line. Do dictators rise to power by accident? What if their ascendency is planned throughout history by men of the future who play with time as if it were a toy? It was up to time agent Tedor Barwan to dig out the truth. But was the truth to be found in the present, the future, or the past? There was no way to no for sure until he locked horns with a female time fugitive wanted for criminal time-tinkering. Their jaunts into the past brought forth the horrible truth-that Earth's future lay squarely in the hands of a future tyrant, the likes of which rivaled even Stalin and Hitler. Hold onto your seat as Milton Lesser takes you on a wild roller coaster ride through time. The second novel is by another sci-fi wizard, Murray Leinster. "Pariah Planet" is about a deadly interplanetary plague. When the dreaded blue plague was discovered on the planet of Dara, rampant fear struck its planetary neighbors. It was an unreasonable and seemingly uncontrollable fear that soon led to an uncontrollable hatred. A hatred that eventually threatened the lives of millions and endangered the peace of the whole galaxy. Leinster spins another in his long line of medical sci-fi tales, laced with a generous helping of interplanetary intrigue.
Science fiction
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Armchair Fiction & Music
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United States
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Murray Leinster

Murray Leinster (1896-1975) "Murray Leinster" was the pen name of William Fitzgerald Jenkins - an author whose career spanned the first six decades of the 20th Century. From mystery and adventure stories in the earliest years to science fiction in his later years, he worked steadily and at a highly professional level of craftsmanship longer than most writers of his generation. He won a Hugo Award in 1956 for his novella "Exploration Team," and in 1995 the Sidewise Award for Alternate History took its name from his classic story, "Sidewise in Time." His last original work appeared in 1967.

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