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Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds (November 11, 1917 – January 30, 1983) was an American science fiction writer
Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds (November 11, 1917 – January 30, 1983) was an American science fiction writer. His pen names included Dallas Ross, Mark Mallory, Clark Collins, Dallas Rose, Guy McCord, Maxine Reynolds, Bob Belmont, and Todd Harding. His work focused on socioeconomic speculation, usually expressed in thought-provoking explorations of utopian societies from a radical, sometime satiric perspective.
Author Mack Reynolds. Genre(s): Science Fiction. The book, Mission to Horatius (1968), was aimed at young readers. A Gun For Hire explores in a light-hearted but painful way, the fact that hired guns are just that: hired. About the Author Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds (1917 - 1983) was an American science fiction writer.
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Mack Reynolds was born in Corcoran, California . Early in his life, Reynolds worked in the newspaper and shipbuilding business. He served in the Marine Corps during World War II. After the war, Reynolds became a professional mystery writer. To this end, he wrote as many novel outlines as he could, with the arrangement that Ing would finish them. Reynolds was the first author to write an original novel based upon the 1966-1969 NBC television series "Star Trek".
Mack Reynolds joined the Socialist Labor Party while in High School, and remained a dedicated socialist . Books related to The Mack Reynolds Mega Science Fiction Collection.
Mack Reynolds joined the Socialist Labor Party while in High School, and remained a dedicated socialist throughout his life. He worked briefly as a reporter in in the 1930s, and after service in World War II, became an organizer for the Socialist Labor Party in 1946. He began publishing fiction in the late 1940s, first primarily detective stories, but switched to science fiction in the 1950s at the urging of his friend and prolific scifi writer Fredric Brown.
Mack Reynolds was a frequent and prolific contributor to the science fiction magazines from the 1950s through the 1980s.
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LibriVox recording of 5 Science Fictions Stories by Mac Reynolds by Dallas McCord Reynolds A Gun For Hire explores in a light hearted but painful way, the fact that hired guns are just that: hired
LibriVox recording of 5 Science Fictions Stories by Mac Reynolds by Dallas McCord Reynolds . A Gun For Hire explores in a light hearted but painful way, the fact that hired guns are just that: hired. The final story is the funniest of the lot the and is set in Tangiers in the present or very near future.
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The evening was dark, it was unlikely that the other even saw the circle of steel that was the mouth of the shotgun barrel, now resting on the car's window ledge.
"Who's it?" he growled.
Joe Prantera said softly, "Big Louis sent me, Al."
And he pressed the trigger.
And at that moment, the universe caved inward upon Joseph Marie Prantera.
There was nausea and nausea upon nausea.
There was a falling through all space and through all time. There was doubling and twisting and twitching of every muscle and nerve.
There was pain, horror and tumultuous fear.
And he came out of it as quickly and completely as he'd gone in.
He was in, he thought, a hospital. His second thought was Something went wrong. Big Louis, he ain't going to like this.