James Corley was first active on the British SF scene in the New Wave era of the late 60s, early 70s, his novel-length books tended to be rollicking space operas loaded with ironic humour. Later (under other names) he became more prominent as a writer of thrillers and detective stories.
Benedict’s newly discovered planet could make him a billionaire if he managed to get a sample of bohridium back to Earth but no one could explain events on the lost world that looked like a frozen earthquake. And were the mathematicians right when they predicted ships travelling in these phantom dimensions could slip outside of reality altogether?
Short Story. The last link between the isolated marine research station and the mainland had been broken For two years the Sun had been pouring out increased radiation on every spectral band. The solar wind was now a hurricane, a sleet of atomic particles intense enough to mangle genes.