The Inheritors and Gateway to Never
DRONGO KANE NEVER BROKE THE LAW
He was a cunning, ruthless opportunist who paid when he had to and stole when he could -- but never when there was the slightest chance of getting caught. That's what had John Grimes worried: here was Kane directly under the watchful eyes -- and guns -- of a Federation Survey vessel, openly engaging in kidnapping and trafficking in human flesh!
Despite the fact that the beautiful inhabitants of this Lost Colony faced a fate worse than death, a more cautious -- or less gallant -- officer would do nothing-secure in the knowledge that regardless of appearances there would be some loophole that placed the Law squarely on Kane's side. But Grimes, being Grimes, would have to act -- knowing full well that to "interfere with a merchantman on her lawful occasions" meant a blasted career... and knowing too that Drongo Kane never broke the law...
The Rim of Space and The Ship from Outside
Only one man ever survived contact with the Outsiders and Commander William Maudsley has always refused to speak of the horrors that destroyed his ship, murdered his crew, and left him a broken man. But there are always men willing to take great risks for the promise of great rewards: Derek Calver means to succeed where Maudsley failed. Despite the fears of his crew and vague rumors of terrible alien life beyond the rim, he will cross man's last frontier and enter the warped, unknown infinity "Outside."
The Commodore at Sea and Spartan Planet
Kinsolving's Planet - on the rim of space, where the very fabric of space and time is stretched almost to bursting, and the boundaries between then and now, between here and there, are so thin as be almost non-existent. And so John Grimnes should hardly have been so surprised to meet - Sherlock Holmes? Lady Chatterley? Tarzan and Jane? A. Bertram Chandler??
"Rim" is in very good condition. It is a 1979 edition. "Commodore" is in very good condition with a slight reader's crease. It is a 1979 copy. "Inheritors" has water damage and cover damage. It is considered a reading copy only from 1978.