|Title:||Mars is Home|
|Tags:||fiction, science fiction, short story|
The Peony was a poor despised one-man tug rocket, yet she confounded every great technical mind between Earth and Mars. Haunted? Jinxed? Bedeviled? Ask Professor Henderson—the Peony’s last passenger.--intro. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Berry, Bryan
Bryan Berry (1930-1966) was an English writer. He worked as an ad copy writer and editor for an international literary monthly. In 1952 he began free-lancing, and sold his first three short stories to Planet Stories, all of which appeared in the January 1953 issue. He published about a dozen short stories over the next three years. (Internet Science Fiction Database)
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