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Edmond Hamilton

Edmond Hamilton was a major influence on the development of the science fiction and space opera. He is credited for bringing a number of words and concepts into the sf field, such as Control Helment, De-atomizing Ray, Field-Projector, Gravity Neutralizing Disks, and Planetary Propulsion-Blasts. Hamilton started college at the age of 14, planning to become an electrical engineer. Instead he left college early, began writing, and his first professionally published story “The Monster-God of Mamurth” appeared in 1926. He was a prolific writer, with stories appearing in about a dozen names. His Captain Future, Interstellar Patrol, Starwolf novels and those featuring his character John Gordon remain popular. Hamilton was married to writer Leigh Brackett.  




John Gordon Series


The Star Kings
Return to the Stars
Interstellar Patrol Series
  Outside the Universe
Crashing Suns
Captain Future Series
  Calling Captain Future
Captain Future and the Space Emperor
Galaxy Mission
The Comet Kings
Danger Planet
The Magician of Mars
Outlaw World
Planets in Peril
Quest Beyond the Stars
Captain Future's Challenge
Outlaws of the Moon
The Tenth Planet
Starwolf Series
  The Weapon from Beyond
The Closed Worlds
World of the Starwolves
Starwolf (omnibus)
The Time Raider (1927)
Within the Nebula (1929)
The Comet Drivers (1930)
The Cosmic Cloud (1930)
The Sun People (1930)
Conquest of Two Worlds (1932)
The Horror On the Asteroid (1936)
The Lake of Life (1937)
Murder in the Clinic (1945)
Tiger Girl (1945)
Tharkol, Lord of the Unknown (1950)
Doom Star (1966)