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Black Cat Weekly #066

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Our 66th issue kicks off our holiday festivities, thanks to Katherine Fast’s “Reunion” (brought to you by Acquiring Editor Barb Goffman) Plus we have an original tale by Albert Tucher (courtesy of Acquiring Editor Michael Bracken), and a darker science fiction story by David C. Smith (thanks to Acquiring Editor Cynthia Ward, who had been on leave for the last few issues.) On the mystery front, we have another Johnny Liddell mystery from Frank Kane, a historical novel (okay, a western...but it’s also a mystery!) by W.C. Tuttle), and of course a solve-it-yourself puzzler from Hal Charles.

On the science fiction end, we have a fun tale by the late British master Arthur Sellings, who has been too-long neglected. We hope to have more of his work in future issues. We also have strong stories from Murray Leinster and George O. Smith, plus another Jules de Grandin psychic detective yarn by Seabury Quinn, from the pages of the legendary pulp magazine Weird Tales.
Here’s this issue’s lineup:

Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure:
  • “Tomato Rage,” by Albert Tucher [Michael Bracken Presents short story]
  • “Tracking Time” by Hal Charles [Solve-It-Yourself Mystery]
  • “Reunion,” by Katherine Fast [Barb Goffman Presents short story]v
  • “Pass the Word Along,” by Frank Kane [short story]
  • Sundog Loot, by W.C. Tuttlet [novel]
Science Fiction & Fantasy:
  • “Sassenden’s Dream,” by David C. Smith [Cynthia Ward Presents short story]
  • “The Cautious Invaders,” by Arthur Sellings [short story]
  • “The Disciplinary Circuit,” by Murray Leinster [novella]
  • “The Vengeance of India,” by Seabury Quinn [short story]
  • Spacemen Lost, by George O. Smith [novel]
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  • MOBI (5MB)