The Great Dome on Mercury
Attorney-turned-author Arthur Leo Zagat strikes science-fiction gold again in the tautly thrilling tale, "The Great Dome on Mercury." The story recounts the last stand of a lone holdout who bravely battles to save Earth's colony on Mercury against a marauding battalion of Martians.
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