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Black Cat Weekly #31

Welcome to Black Cat Weekly #31.

This time, the lineup includes pretty much everything fans look for in fantasy and science fiction—time travel, pyramids, space adventure, alternate history, war, monkeys, and even Nazi spies. Does it get much better than that?

Not to forget our mystery readers, for them we have time travel, a private detective, police, international adventure, war, a solve-it-yourself puzzler, and even Nazis. (Did I mention there’s some overlap between the fantastic and the mysterious in this issue? Surprise! There is.)

I leave you to sort it out among yourselves.

In case you need some help, here’s the breakdown:


“Speaking with Joe Haldeman,” conducted by Darrell Schweitzer [interview]

Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure

“The Dutiful Rookie,” by James Holding [short story]

“A Wee Bit Of Dough,” by Hal Charles [solve-it-yourself mystery]

“The Case of the Truculent Avocado,” by Mark Thielman [Barb Goffman Presents short story]

Paying the Price, by Nicholas Carter [novel]

“Van Goghing, Goghing, Gone,” by Alan Orloff [Michael Bracken Presents short story]

Science Fiction & Fantasy

“Van Goghing, Goghing, Gone,” by Alan Orloff [Michael Bracken Presents short story]

“How High Your Gods Can Count,” by Tegan Moore [Cynthia Ward Presents short story]

“How We Came Back From Mars,” by Ian Watson [Darrell Schweitzer Presents short story]

“Death by Proxy,” by Malcolm Jameson[short story]

Bring the Jubilee, by Ward Moore [novel]
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