Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Astounding Stories (February, 1931)

Today from Project Gutenberg comes a complete issue of Astounding Stories (February, 1931).

"The Tentacles from Below" by H. W. Wesso

Werewolves of War By D. W. Hall

The Story of the "Torpedo Plan" and of Capt. Lance's Heroic Part in America's Last Mighty Battle with the United Slavs.

The Tentacles From Below By Anthony Gilmore

Down to Tremendous Ocean Depths Goes Commander Keith Wells in His Blind Duel with the Marauding "Machine-Fish." (A Complete Novelette.)

The Black Lamp By Captain S. P. Meek

Dr. Bird and His Friend Carnes Unravel Another Criminal Web of Scientific Mystery.

Phalanxes of Atlans By F. V. W. Mason

Only in Dim Legends Did Mankind Remember Atlantis and the Lost Tribes—Until Victor Nelson's Extraordinary Adventure in the Unknown Arctic. (Beginning a Two-Part Novel.)

The Pirate Planet By Charles W. Diffin

From Earth and Sub-Venus Converge a Titanic Offensive of Justice on the Unspeakable Man-Things of Torg. (Conclusion.)

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