My favorite story was the novelette "Lazaro Y Antonio" by Marta Randall. It was a well-done tale of two brothers, one who was a navigator for a ship that was lost with a valuable cargo. The navigator had his mind scrambled and the story concerns an attempt to put his mind back together enough to get the ship and cargo back. I liked the setting, the plot and the two main characters. My only complaint is that I didn't like the choice made by the navigator at the ending even if I do understand it - I felt it was too negative in tone.
I also liked the novelette "An Eye for an Eye" by Charles Coleman Finley, a
"sci fi noir" tale of a petty thief who takes a case full of double and triple crosses. However, I felt it ended totally wrong and not in the manner I think of as associated with noir. Beyond that, I really enjoyed the story.