In "Across Time", unidentified flying objects are closing in fast, but Captain Zachary Halleck doesn't finalize his move to protect the secret Air Force research station. Why?
In "Mission to a Star", human-like aliens land on Earth and claim that they come in peace, asking only for complete freedom and Earth's friendship, trust, and understanding for as long as they choose to remain.
In "The Rim of Space", from the first book of the Rim World series, the Rim Runners explore desolate planets inhabited by intelligent amphibians, tea-loving lizards, humanoids, and a preindustrial civilization.
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©1957 by David Grinnell; 1964 by Frank Belknap Long; 1961 by A. Bertram Chandler; (P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"As Asimov chronicled the Foundation, as Heinlein built his Future History, so Chandler constructs the epic of the Rim Worlds." (Analog Science Fiction)
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