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The Atom Smasher

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Lucius Tode, James Dent and Miles Parrish had been conducting investigations into the structure of the atom. Now Tode has modified an atom-smasher into a time machine to travel to the paleolithic age and Atlantis. This can't be good! It's up to Dent to discover Tode's intentions and stop him before it's too late. It was sublime and terrible, and on the result of that confl ...more
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Victor Rousseau Emanuel (1879-1960) was a writer of pulp fiction who was active in Great Britain and the United States in the first half of the 20th century. He wrote under the pen names "Victor Rousseau", "H. M. Egbert", "Lew Merrill", & "Clive Trent"

After an early career as a reporter for the New York World and as an editor of Harper's Weekly, he became a fiction writer. He wrote in a variet
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