Homer Eon Flint
Science fiction fans, settle in for a gripping interplanetary adventure. In "The Emancipatrix," brilliant researcher Dr. Kinney jets off on yet another fact-finding trip -- and finds himself face-to-face with a scientific conundrum. This thought-provoking and prescient tale is sure to please connoisseurs of golden-age Science Fiction. (Google)
Two worlds with very different futures for humanity. In The Lord of Death, four scientists, aided by reverse-magnetism, travel to a dead planet where they discover that one human's lust for power destroyed all life there-except for him. In suspended animation, he awaits the newcomers. In The Queen of Life, the scientists travel to a planet encased in a glass sphere to protect the overpopulated planet from the sun's radiation. Conflict leads to a riot....
Bringing proofs which will satisfy the most skeptical Dr. William G. Kinney G. Van Emmon E. Williams Jackson and John W. Smith who left the earth on December 9 in a powerful sky-car of the doctor's design returned on the 23rd after having explored the two planets which lie between the earth and the sun. (Goodreads)