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John Glasby

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Name  John Glasby
Role  Author
Died  June 5, 2011

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John Stephen Glasby (23 September 1928 – 5 June 2011) was a prolific author born in the United Kingdom whose work spanned a range of popular genres. A professional research chemist and mathematician, he produced more than 300 novels and short stories during the 1950s and 1960s, most of which were published pseudonymously under the Badger Books imprint.

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Glasby's output can be summarised briefly as follows:

  • A small number of publications, such as the novel Project Jove, published as by John Glasby.
  • Approximately 25 speculative fiction novels, using pseudonyms such as "A. J. Merak" or "J. L. Powers" and the Badger house names "John E. Muller", "Karl Zeigfreid" and "Victor LaSalle".
  • More than 30 western novels using the house name "Chuck Adams", and ten as "Tex Bradley".
  • 34 hospital romance novels published using the pseudonym "D.K. Jennings".
  • Two crime novels and six desert adventure novels, all using the pseudonym "A.J. Merak".
  • Six James Bond-style spy novels published using the pseudonym "Manning K. Robertson".
  • An unknown number (possibly as many as a hundred) War stories set during World War II and published using many different pseudonyms.
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    References

    John Glasby Wikipedia


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