books by Philip Wylie
After Worlds Collide
Warner Paperback Library
A handful of supermen colonize a distant planet. The classic sequel to WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE.
Dove Entertainment Inc
In this novella, a beautiful being is found lying in a clear pool of water near where an island had been only moments ago--before the U.S. military dropped an H-Bomb on it. The being lay motionless, relaxed as if in death. It is an angel. Fear abounds that the military has shot down the angel Gabriel. At about the same time, the Russians are testing their own bomb in Siberia, and an angel is found by them also. Simultaneous hardcover release ...
Possessed, A Novel Inspired by True Events
Philip J. Crowley and Kenneth C. Wylie
What had she done? Alone, scared, sitting in the holding cell of the Kalkaska County Sheriff's Department, Iris Harris never imagined she would be trapped in a battering relationship. Her life was not without struggles but by her forties she was content and fulfilled, teaching inner city children in the City of Detroit. A chance encounter, in a small mid-Michigan town, with an older outwardly pleasant and charming real estate agent, plunged her ...
Crunch & Des: Classic Stories of Saltwater Fishing
Philip Wylie’s enthralling tales of saltwater fishing have been entertaining readers of the Saturday Evening Post since 1939. Captain Crunch Adams, skipper of the charter boat Poseidon , and his friend and partner Des Smith adventure high and low in the waters of Florida, coming face-to-face with big fish and bigger personalities along the way. Featuring twenty-two of Wylie’s best Crunch and Des stories, this is a delightful compendium of ...
After Worlds Collide
Edwin Wylie Philip & Balmer
An essay on morals
Rinehart & company, inc
"A science of philosophy and a philosophy of the sciences [and] a popular explanation of the Jungian theory of human instinct (title page); with author's introductory note."
Treasure cruise and Other Crunch and Des Stories
Macfadden Book Company
book, used classic novel
THE TREASURY OF SCIENCE FICTION CLASSICS: The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion; The Star; When Worlds ...
Harold W. (editor) (Edgar Allan Poe; H. G. Wells; Edwin Balmer; Philip Wylie; Arthur Conan Doyle; Jules Verne; Olaf Stapledon; E. M. Forster; Karel Capek; Aldous Huxley; Howard Koch; Garrett P. Serviss; F. Scott Fitzgerald; S. Fowler Wright) Kuebler
When Worlds Collide (Vintage Dell, #627)
Cover states that this is the "NEW REVISED EDITION" Our solar system is being invaded; not by flying saucers or little green men, but by two rogue planets, the larger of which is on a collision course with Earth! That's the premise of Wylie's now-classic story (the co-author, Balmer, has been largely forgotten!). The novel intersperses horrific scenes of suicidal humanity with the heroic efforts of a small band of people to create spaceships. ...
When Worlds Collide and After Worlds Collide: 2 Big Volumes in 1
Hardcover book containing two volumes of work. No indication of edition or publication date; the only dates are the original copyright dates of 1932 & 1933 respectively. The front cover states "Two great imaginative novels of the atomic age now combined in this one thrilling book." When Worlds Collide is about two renegade planets hurtling towards Planet Earth and the approaching possibility of complete annihilation. After Worlds Collide is ...
experiment in Crime
Lancer Books (72-935)
Shot in the Dark
Judith (ed): Theodore Sturgeon, Leigh Brackett, Fredric Brown, Gerald Ke Merril
New York: Bantam Books # 751 2nd Printing, undated circa
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