Astounding Stories of Super-Science, August 1930

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The Planet of Dread by R. F. Starzl -- The Lord of Space by Victor Rousseau -- The Second Satellite by Edmond Hamilton -- Silver Dome by Harl Vincent -- Earth, The Marauder by Arthur J. Burks -- Murder Madness by Murray Leinster -- The Flying City by H. Thompson Rich

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THE PLANET OF DREAD by R. F. STARZL A Stupid Blunder--and Mark Forepaugh Faces a Lifetime of Castaway Loneliness in the Savage Welter of the Planet Inra's Monster-ridden Jungles.

THE LORD OF SPACE by VICTOR ROUSSEAU A Black Caesar Had Arisen on Eros--and All Earth Trembled at His Distant Menace.

THE SECOND SATELLITE by EDMOND HAMILTON Earth-men War on Frog-vampires for the Emancipation of the Human Cows of Earth's Second Satellite. (A Novelet.)

SILVER DOME by HARL VINCENT In Her Deep-buried Kingdom of Theros, Phaestra Reveals the Amazing Secret of the Silver Dome.

EARTH, THE MARAUDER by ARTHUR J. BURKS Deep in the Gnome-infested Tunnels of the Moon, Sarka and Jaska Are Brought to Luar the Radiant Goddess Against Whose Minions the Marauding Earth Had Struck in Vain. (Part Two of a Three-Part Novel.)

MURDER MADNESS by MURRAY LEINSTER Bell Has Fought through Tremendous Obstacles to Find and Kill The Master, Whose Diabolical Poison Makes Murder-mad Snakes of the Hands; and, as He Faces the Monster at Last--His Own Hands Start to Writhe! (Conclusion.)

THE FLYING CITY by H. THOMPSON RICH From Space Came Cor's Disc-city of Vada--Its Mighty, Age-old Engines Weakening--Its Horde of Dwarfs Hungry for the Earth!

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