_Painted in Water-colors from a Scene in_ "_The Atom-Smasher_."
INTO THE OCEAN'S DEPTHS SEWELL PEASLEE WRIGHT 151
_To Save Imee's Race of Men-Who-Returned-To-The-Sea, Two Land-Men
Answer the Challenge of the Dreaded Rorn, Corsairs of the Under-Seas._
MURDER MADNESS MURRAY LEINSTER 166
_Murder Madness! Seven Secret Service Men Had Completely Disappeared.
Another Had Been Found a Screaming, Homicidal Maniac, Whose Fingers
Writhed Like Snakes. So Bell, of the Secret "Trade," Plunges into
South America After The Master--the Mighty, Unknown Octopus of Power
Whose Diabolical Poison Threatens a Continent!_ (_Beginning a
BRIGANDS OF THE MOON RAY CUMMINGS 195
_Gregg and Anita Risk Quick, Sure Death in a Desperate Bluff on the
Ruthless Martian Brigands._ (_Part Three of a Four-part Novel._)
THE JOVIAN JEST LILITH LORRAINE 228
_There Came to Our Pigmy Planet a Radiant Wanderer with a Message--and
a Jest--from the Vasty Universe._
THE ATOM-SMASHER VICTOR ROUSSEAU 234
_Four Destinies Rocket Through the Strange Time-Space of the Fourth
Dimension in Tode's Marvelous Atom-Smasher._ (_A Complete Novelette._)
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Into the Ocean's Depths
A Sequel to "From the Ocean's Depths"
_By Sewell Peaslee Wright_
[Illustration: The two shark-faced creatures were dragging at my arms
[Sidenote: To save Imee's race of Men-Who-Returned-To-The-Sea, two
Land-Men answer the challenge of the dreaded Rorn, corsairs of the
I read the telegram for the second time. Then I folded it up, put it
in my pocket, and pressed the little button on my desk. My mind was
"Miss Fentress, I'm leaving this afternoon on an extended trip. The
Florida address will reach me after Thursday. Tell Wade and Bennett to
carry on. I think you have everything in hand? Is everything clear to
"Yes, Mr. Taylor." Miss Fentress was not in the least surprised. She
was used to my sudden trips. The outfit got along perfectly without
me; sometimes I think my frequent absences are good for the business.
The boys work like the devil to make a fine showing while I'm away.
And Miss Fentress is a perfect gem of a secretary. I had nothing to
worry about there.