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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Theodore Roscoe; Max Brand; Louis C Goldsmith; E Hoffmann Price; Jim Kjelgaard; C V Terry; Allan R Bosworth
|Notes:||December 21, 1940.|
|Description:||112 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||"Dr. Kildare's crisis--first of four parts", He's not a patient, Dr. Jimmy. He's a prophet, with a plan to save the world. And only you would read in him a promise of tragedy, Max Brand, 6.---"Well of the moon--novelet", In Bagdad, madness is holiness. But when a madman drives a wildcat bus across the blazing desert--that's something else, E. Hoffmann Price, 22.---"I shot an arrow--short story" ... into the air. It fell to earth--and I knew where to find ten thousand dollars, Jim Kjelgaard, 41.---"Sky buster--novelet", There's fire to plow through when a Yale man rides herd on Flordia cows with plane and jalopy, C.V. Terry, 49.---"Fools fly high--third of seven parts", What's tougher than shooting down enemy planes? Journalism--and barnstorming!, Louis C. Goldsmith, 68.---"Deep Sea Dugan--short story", With a killer and a hundred tons of pressure for company--that is how the Deep Sea Dugan works, Allan R. Bosworth, 86.---
"The Little Doll died--conclusion", Drums play this fantastic Wedding March--and the best man is a ghost, Theodore Roscoe, 96.---"Argonotes", 111.---"Looking ahead!", 95.