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SFS 10

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SCIENCE FICTION STORIES 10
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ORIGINAL TITLE:


      Science Fiction Stories 10
© 1972

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AUTHOR(S):

       Herbert, Frank
       Moore Williams, Robert
       O'Donnell, Lawrence
       Padgett, Lewis
       Rocklynne, Ross
       Storm, Eric
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PUBLISHER:

       ULLSTEIN

ISBN: 3 548 0 2860 8
YEAR: 1972
FORMAT: paperback
LANGUAGE: german
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TRANSLATOR(S):


Udo H. Schwager
Walter Ernsting
Walter Spiegl
Birgit Reß-Bohusch
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COVER ILLUSTRATION:

       probably by ACE
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Content:

Sabotage nach Maß:
"The Tactful Saboteur" / 1964
By F. Herbert
Translated by U. H. Schwager


An institution that fulfills the task of deliberately sabotagingjust about everything if it does the world any good. Quite a trickery logic and morals here.


Rückkehr der Roboter:
"Robot's Return" / 1938
By R. Moore Williams
Translated by W. Ernsting


Robots returning to earth on their quest to find their creators. They find them in the now extinct human race.


Das flüsternde Haus:
"This Is The House" / 1946
By L. O'Donnell
Translated by W. SPiegl


A house on earth, modified by the member of an alien species. The house has but one purpose: protect the life of the alien inhabitant. What will happen with the human inhabitants?


Das Schwert von Tormain:
"The Word Of Tormain" / 1954
By E. Storm
Translated by W. Ensting


They have found the key to an alien station on Mars ...


Hexenjagd:
"Humpty Dumpty" / 1953
By L. Padgett
Translated by B. Reß-Bohusch


Some can read the minds of others and they find a way to artificially enable everybody to have that ability. But it only works with kids. Can they convince the non-telepaths or will they kill hem?


Tödliche Verwechslung:
"Quietus" / 1942
By R. Rocklynne
Translated by W. Ernsting


An alien species visits an earth that seems totally devoid of intelligent life, exept a boy and a girl. But what do the aliens know? Maybe the little black bird is more intelligent?

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