Kynance Foy was young, beautiful, intelligent and highly-trained in both qua-space physics and business law when she left Earth to seek her fortune in the interstellar outworlds. But she found that the further out she got, the tougher became the competition from the environment-hardened populations of these young worlds . . . and by the time she reached the planet Nefertiti, she was facing poverty.
Then, unexpectedly, a wonderful opportunity opened up for her: the job of Planetary Supervisor of the fabulously wealthy world called Zygra, where exotic pelts costing a million credits each were frown. The salary was huge, and at the end of the year's tour of duty she would be trasported free of charge back to Earth, where she would be a very wealthy young woman.
There had to be a catch to it, she thought as she signed the contract. Of course there was, and it was a BIG one!
The Beasts Of Kohl
By John Rackham
Kohl was the ancient, all-wise and entirely non-human master of a distant dark planet of a triple sun. And Kohl was also the master of Rang, a beast he had taken as an infant from a visit to a far world.
Kohl had raised Rang to hunt and assist him on his sea-swept stormy world. But there came a time when Rang, grown to full adulthood, became restless and lonely. And the all-wise Kohl knew that he must return his beast-servant to the world of his origin.
Rang shuddered at Kohl's mind-picture of his native species: they were dirty, quarrelsome, hairy men of caves and stone axes. Yet Kohl insisted, "We shall go back!"
But the Earth had spun many, many times in its orbit and a more fantastic world than Kohl had ever imagined awaited their return.
This is an UNREAD copy! Faint patina of handling dirt on the covers, but NO creasing or wear. Pages are white.