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Day Dark, Bright Night

Fritz Leiber

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Fiction, Science fiction

An SF Gateway eBook: bringing the classics to the future.

Stories of suspense, surprise, wit, and weirdness from Grand Master of Science Fiction and Fantasy-as well as a must-read horror author-Fritz Leiber.

Assembled from magazine submissions, fanzines, and even "lost" manuscripts discovered among the author's personal papers, Day Dark, Night Bright includes the following short stories: "Time Fighter," "Femmequin 973," "Night Passage," "Moon Duel," "Later Than You Think," "Mirror," "The 64-Square MadHouse," "All the Weed in the World," "The Mutant's Brother," "The Man Who Was Married to Space and Time," "Thought" "Crystal Prison," "Bullet Was His Name," "Success," "To Make a Roman Holiday," "Bread Overhead," "The Reward," "Taboo," "Business of Killing," and "Day Dark, Night Bright."

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Fritz Leiber

Fritz Leiber (1910-1992) was born in Chicago. His father was a noted Shakespearan actor and Leiber joined his father's company in 1934, and even appeared in a few films. However in 1936 he started writing. As well as producing important and hugely enjoyable fantasy, he was also the author of much acclaimed sf and horror.

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