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Coming Attraction (1950)

by Fritz Leiber

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In a New York nuked by the Russians, women wear masks and fight men in wrestling matches. One such bewitches a British trade official.. ( )
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A Crowner John medieval mystery set in 12th century Devon, England... Gilbert de Rideford is a Knight of the Temple of Solomon, and an old acquaintance from Crowner John's crusading days. He claims to have come into possession of a secret that could shake Christendom to its foundations - and he desperately needs John's help to escape from the secretive order of warrior monks. Suddenly swept into a world of religious intrigue and dangerous politics, Crowner John finds himself undertaking a life-threatening mission to the Island of Lundy - inhabited solely by notorious pirates - until finally the awful secret itself is revealed.… (more)

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