Roger Bellamy, twenty-first century head-hunter, stalks his rival in Central Park for the kill that will make him immortal.
Niobe Gai, synthetic projection of the world's most desirable woman, on hire to anyone who can afford a padded cell at Paradise Homes.
Bart Quentin, man without a body, a living brain integrated into the electronic circuits of a hijacked space freighter.
There are three of Henry Kuttner's superbly imaginative and sinister creations in a collection of stories which confirms his reputation as one of Science Fiction's most talented authors.
Henry Kuttner has power, a way with words, and a grasp of technique that brings life and reality to his stories.
• Or Else (1953)
• Home Is the Hunter (1953)
• By These Presents (1953)
• De Profundis (1953) (aka The Visitors)
• Camouflage (1945)
• Year Day (1953)
• Ghost (1943)
• Shock (1943)
• Pile of Trouble (1948)
• Deadlock (1942)
Henry Kuttner (1915–1958) was an American author of science fiction, fantasy and horror. His wife was the science fiction author C. L. Moore.
Henry Kuttner used several pseudonyms: Lawrence O'Donnell, Kelvin Kent, C. H. Liddell, Henry Kuttner, Lewis Padgett, Hudson Hastings, Keith Hammond, Peter Horn, Scott Morgan, Will Garth, Woodrow Wilson Smith, Paul Edmonds, Edward J. Bellin, James Hall and Robert O. Kenyon.
Henry Kuttner was born in Los Angeles, California in 1915. His father, whose ... (more)