The Unknown Shore by Donald Malcolm Kelly Freas

By Donald Malcolm Kelly Freas

Laser Books February 1976 unencumber. unique technological know-how fiction novels, 3 novels have been issued monthly starting August 1975 till the road folded in February 1977.

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Brandt's voice broke in again over the communicators. "I'm actually in the tank area, so I can cover them whichever side they come from. " There was another shot. " Rangone closed the channel. When Templeton opened the cabin door, he was greeted with a shot. He shut the door hurriedly. Rangone went into the communications room, just off the bridge, and told the operator to inform Essenden of the situation. Re-joining the group Rangone said, "They're clever. They've got four of us caught in here and five men outside the ship who can easily be kept out.

From that time on, he was my hero, and he still is. " "Anyone can have heroes, Sam, even Colonels. I guessed that Brandt's deed must have been very important to you. I hope you didn't mind my prying? " "I don't resent your questions. Before we're much older, we'll know each other more intimately than either of us might have thought possible, or even desirable. " Rangone smiled. " He squinted as a sudden river of sunlight flowed across the bridge. "Unoriginal, if apt. 00—that's anytime now. There's no reason why we should sit and twiddle our thumbs, waiting for Major Essenden to return.

Apart from that there was a deep silence. Even the wind had stopped roistering up and down the cliff. The ground was still. Nature was at peace again. He turned his attention to Pryde. The astrogator's head had taken a nasty knock, but he was breathing steadily. When Brandt stood up again, he noticed that the hull was cracked, a few feet toward the tail end. He went to look at it. The hole was wide enough to allow access to the ground. It would save him a lot of trouble, and Pryde a lot of pain.

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