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Resurrected Press Series

James H. Schmitz and “Space Opera” were almost synonymous. He was best known for his tales of interstellar secret agents and, galactic criminals, and particularly for heroines like Telzey Amberdon and Trigger Argee. This collection of stories, while not lacking in cosmic adventures also shows that he was capable of showing other facets in his work. Find adventure, humor and fear in… Schmitz Resurrected! Stories include: An Incident on Route 12, Watch the Sky, The Other Likeness, The Star Hyacinths, Oneness, The Winds of Time, Ham Sandwich, Gone Fishing

H. B. Fyfe wrote in that golden age of science fiction before reality had intruded to spoil imagination. His stories dealt mostly with the interaction of humans and aliens on far off worlds in ways that were as creative as they were imaginative. Most of his works have long been out of print and hard to find, but Resurrected Press , with this volume gives you these stories included in the Fyfe Resurrected Anthology: “In Value Deceived”, “The Envoy, Her”, “This World Must Die”, “Ransom”, “Manners of the Age”, Let There Be Light”, “Exile”, “Irresistible Weapon”, “Fee of the Frontier”, “A Transmutation of Muddles”, “The Wedge”, “Satellite System”, “The Outbreak of Peace”, “Flamedown”, and “The Talkative Tree”.

Best known for the novels that led to the movies “Total Recall,” “Blade Runner,” and “A Scanner Darkly,” Philip K. Dick started his career writing shorter fiction. This collection brings together some of these stories, many of which have not been available since their original publication in the early 1950’s, to provide insights into one of the most important science fiction authors of the late 20th century. Take the opportunity to read these works of his formative years. Included in this anthology: Beyond Lies The Wub, The Gun, The Skull, Piper In The Woods, Mr. Spaceship, The Defenders, Second Variety, The Variable Man, The Eyes Have It, Beyond The Door, and The Crystal Crypt.

When young Dr. Jardine discovers a dead body he promptly reports it to the police, only to find the body gone when they investigate. Later, three mysterious attempts on his own life are made. Why is someone trying to kill him? Is the reason related to the missing corpse or to some other factor? What is the significance of the reliquary he found at scene of the missing body? These are the questions that Dr. John Thorndyke, noted lecturer in forensic medicine, must unravel in A Silent Witness.

John Bellingham, noted Egyptologist has vanished not once but twice in the same day. Now Dr, Thorndyke must unravel the tangled claims on his estate, solve the riddle of the missing man and find the “Eye of Osiris”.

Now available from Resurrected Press – The Red Thumb Mark from The Dr. Thorndyke Series by R. Austin Freeman.

The first of Dr. Thorndyke’s cases finds him trying to prove the innocence of a young man accused of being a diamond thief despite the fact that his finger print was found at the scene of the crime.

The preeminent Edwardian forensic specialist Dr. John Thorndyke is back with eight new cases as narrated by his loyal assistant Dr. Jervis. The latest scientific techniques are used to free the innocent and convict the guilty. Whether it’s microscopy, photograph, plaster casts of foot prints or ballistics no criminal can escape Thorndyke’s intellect and the able assistance of Jervis and the clever hands of Polton. Read the details of how he does it in John Thorndyke’s Cases.

In The Mystery of 31 New Inn, Dr. Jervis is whisked away in a coach with no windows to an unknown location. There he is asked to treat a man in a coma from unknown causes, but quickly comes to suspect that the man is being poisoned. With the help of Dr. John Thorndyke he is later able to find the house, but there is no trace of either the patient or those who summoned him. Has murder been committed, and how do these strange events relate to Thorndyke’s current case? These are the questions that Dr. Thorndyke, expert of medical jurisprudence