6 Works of Sewell Peaslee Wright
Commander John Hanson challenges an appalling denizen of the watery world Hydrot.
“Good afternoon, sir,” nodded Correy as I entered the navigating room. He glanced down at the two glowing three-dimensional navigating charts, and drummed restlessly on the heavy frames.
“Afternoon, Mr. Correy. Anything of interest to report?”
“Not a thing, sir!” growled my fire-eating [...]
Commander John Hanson recounts his harrowing adventure with the Electites of space.
Sometimes, I know, I must seem a crotchety old man. “Old John Hanson,” they call me, and roll their eyes as though to say, “Of course, you have to forgive him on account of his age.”
But the joke isn’t always on [...]
[Sidenote: In the course of his Special Patrol duties Commander John Hanson resolves the unique and poignant mystery of "toma annerson."]
This is a story I never intended to tell. I would not even tell it now if it were not for the Zenians.
Understand that I do not dislike the Zenians. One of the best officers [...]
[Sidenote: Commander John Hanson recalls his harrowing expedition among the giant spiders of FX-31.]
I do not wish to appear prejudiced against scientists. I am not prejudiced, but I have observed the scientific mind in action, on a great many occasions, and I find it rather incomprehensible.
It is true that there are men with a scientific [...]
[Sidenote: Commander John Hanson recounts the extraordinary story of Liane, Priestess of the Flame.]
I have been rather amused by the protests which have come to me regarding the “disparaging” comments I have made, in previous tales of the Special Patrol Service, regarding women. The rather surprising thing about it is that the larger proportion of [...]
| Into a land of shadows and lost |
| souls goes Pete Grahame in search |
| of his hapless friends. |
There was no sense to the note. There was no sense to anything that Vic Butler did, for that matter. Where he hid away his vast scientific knowledge in that [...]