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Keith Laumer

    John Keith Laumer (9 June 1925–23 January 1993) was an American science fiction author. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, he was an officer in the U.S. Air Force and a U.S. diplomat. His brother March Laumer was also a writer, known for his adult reinterpretations of the Land of Oz (also mentioned in Keith's The Other Side of Time).

Keith Laumer (aka J.K Laumer, J. Keith Laumer) is best known for his Bolo stories and his satirical Retief series. The former chronicles the evolution of juggernaut-sized tanks that eventually become self-aware through the constant improvement resulting from centuries of intermittent warfare against various alien races. The latter deals with the adventures of a cynical spacefaring diplomat who constantly has to overcome the red-tape-infused failures of people with names like Ambassador Grossblunder. The Retief stories were greatly influenced by Laumer's earlier career in the United States Foreign Service. In an interview with Paul Walker of Luna Monthly, Laumer states "I had no shortage of iniquitous memories of the Foreign Service."

Four of his shorter works received Hugo or Nebula Award nominations (one of them, "In the Queue", received nominations for both) and his novel A Plague of Demons was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1966.

During the peak years of 1959–1971, Laumer was a prolific science fiction writer, with his novels tending to follow one of two patterns: fast-paced, straight adventures in time and space, with an emphasis on lone-wolf, latent superman protagonists, self-sacrifice and transcendence or, broad comedies, sometimes of the over-the-top variety.

In 1971, Laumer suffered a stroke while working on the novel The Ultimax Man. As a result, he was unable to write for a few years. As he explained in an interview with Charles Platt published in The Dream Makers (1987), he refused to accept the doctors' diagnosis. He came up with an alternative explanation and developed an alternative (and very painful) treatment program. Although he was unable to write in the early 1970s, he had a number of books which were in the pipeline at the time of the stroke published during that time.

In the mid-1970s, Laumer partially recovered from the stroke and resumed writing. However, the quality of his work suffered and his career declined (Piers Anthony, How Precious Was That While, 2002). In later years Laumer also reused scenarios and characters from his earlier works to create "new" books, which some critics felt was to their detriment:

Alas, Retief to the Rescue doesn't seem so much like a new Retief novel, but a kind of Cuisnart mélange of past books.

-- Somtow Sucharitkul (Washington Post, Mar 27, 1983. p. BW11)

His Bolo creations were popular enough that other authors have written standalone science-fiction novels about them.

Laumer was also a model airplane enthusiast, and published two dozen designs between 1956 and 1962 in the U.S. magazines Air Trails, Model Airplane News and Flying Models, as well as the British Aero Modeler. He published one book on the subject, How to Design and Build Flying Models in 1960. His later designs were mostly gas-powered free flight planes, and had a whimsical charm with names to match, like the "Twin Lizzie" and the "Lulla-Bi". His designs are still being revisited, reinvented and built today.

Bibliography

Novels

Bolo

Books concerning Bolo war machines: self-aware tanks. Co-author book credits also indicated at Bolo Self-aware Tank.

  • Bolo (1976)
  • Bolo: Annals of the Dinochrome Brigade (1986)
  • Rogue Bolo (1986)
  • The Stars Must Wait (1990)
  • The Compleat Bolo (1990)

Retief

Satirical adventures of Retief, the galactic diplomat.

Mad Dog Graphics: Keith Laumer's Retief (comic)

  • #1, Policy (1987)
  • #2, Sealed Orders (1987)
  • #3, Protest Note (1987)
  • #4, Saline Solution (1987)
  • #5, Ultimatum (1988)
  • #6, The forest in the Sky (1988)

Adventure Comics: Keith Laumer's Retief (comics)

  • #1, The peace makers (1989)
  • #2, Ballots and Bandits (1990)
  • #3, Mechanical Advantage (1990)
  • #4, Aide Memoire (1990)
  • #5, Wicker Wonderland (1990)

Adventure Comics: Retief and the Warlords (comics)

  • #1, no title (1991)
  • #2, no title (1991)
  • #3, no title (1991)
  • #4, no title (1991)

Adventure Comics: Retief Diplomatic Immunity (comics)

  • #1, The Forbidden City (1991)
  • #2, The Castle of Light (1991)

Adventure Comics: Retief The Giant Killer (comics)

  • #1, The Giant Killer (1991)

Adventure Comics: Retief Crime & Punishment (comics)

  • #1, Crime & Punishment (1991)

Adventure Comics (comic)

  • 1 Paperback

Imperium

Books set in the Imperium mythos: a continuum of parallel worlds policed by the Imperium, a government based in an alternate London. In the science fiction novel Worlds of the Imperium the Imperium are a race or culture that formed in an alterate history, where the American Revolution did not occur and the British Empire and Germany merged into a unified empire in 1900. Laumer writes about the main character, Bayard, who goes after an evil dictator of another world by using an interdimensional space traveling device called the Maxoni-Cocini field generator.

  • Worlds of the Imperium (1962)
  • The Other Side of Time (1965)
  • Assignment in Nowhere (1968)
  • Beyond the Imperium (omnibus edition of The Other Side of Time and Assignment in Nowhere) (1981)
  • Zone Yellow (1990)
  • Imperium (omnibus edition of Worlds of the Imperium, Assignment in Nowhere and The Other Side of Time, ed. Eric Flint) (2005)

Time Trap

  • Time Trap (1970)
  • Back to the Time Trap (1992)

Lafayette O'Leary

A comic equivalent of the Imperium mythos, in which the hero has the ability to travel to feudal/magical alternate Earths.

  • The Time Bender (1966)
  • The World Shuffler (1970)
  • The Shape Changer (1972)
  • The Galaxy Builder (1984)

The Avengers (based on the TV series)

  • #5: The Afrit Afair (1968)
  • #6: The Drowned Queen (1968)
  • #7: The Gold Bomb (1968)

The Invaders (novelizations of the TV series)

  • The Invaders (UK title The Meteor Men, A Story of Invaders published as by Anthony LeBaron) (1967)
  • Army of the Undead (UK title The Halo Highway published as by Rafe Bernard) (1967)
  • Enemies From Beyond (1967)

Standalone books

  • How to Design and Build Flying Models (non-fiction) (1960, revised in 1970)
  • A Trace of Memory (1962)
  • The Great Time Machine Hoax (1964)
  • A Plague of Demons (1965)
  • Embassy (non-genre) (1965)
  • The Frozen Planet (5 stories, title story by Keith Laumer) (1966)
  • Catastrophe Planet (1966)
  • Earthblood (with Rosel George Brown) (1966)
  • The Monitors (filmed in 1969) (1966)
  • Galactic Odyssey (1967)
  • Nine by Laumer (collection) (1967)
  • Planet Run (with Gordon R. Dickson) (1967)
  • The Day Before Forever and Thunderhead (two short novels) (1969)
  • Greylorn (collection) (1968)
  • It's a Mad, Mad, Mad Galaxy (collection) (1968)
  • The Long Twilight (1969)
  • The Seeds of Gonyl (If magazine, never published as a book) (1969)
  • The House in November (collection) (1970)
  • The Star Treasure (1971)
  • Deadfall (alternative title Fat Chance, filmed as Peeper in 1975) (1971)
  • Dinosaur Beach (1971) (originally published as The time sweepers in 1969)
  • Once There Was a Giant (collection) (1971)
  • The Big Show (collection) (1972)
  • The Infinite Cage (1972)
  • Night of Delusions (1972)
  • Timetracks (collection) (1972)
  • The Glory Game (1973)
  • The Undefeated (collection) (1974)
  • The Best of Keith Laumer (collection) (1976)
  • The Ultimax Man (1978)
  • The Breaking Earth (revision of Catastrophe Planet) (1981)
  • Star Colony (1982)
  • Knight of Delusions (revision of Night of Delusions) (1982)
  • Chrestomathy (collection including many excerpts) (1984)
  • End as a Hero (1985)
  • The Other Sky and The House in November (1985)
  • Alien Minds (collection including many excerpts) (1991)
  • Judson's Eden (1991)
  • Beenie in Oz (with March Laumer, Tyler Jones, Michael J. Michanczyk) (1997)
  • Keith Laumer: The Lighter Side (posthumous omnibus, ed. Eric Flint) (2001)
  • Odyssey (posthumous omnibus, ed. Eric Flint) (2002)
  • A Plague of Demons and Other Stories (posthumous omnibus, ed. Eric Flint) (2003)
  • Legions of Space (posthumous omnibus, ed. Eric Flint) (2004)

Bibliography from ISFDB

Fetched: Fritz (talk) 17:45, 11 April 2016 (CDT)

Fiction Series

   Bolo
       1 Bolo (1976) [C]
       2 Rogue Bolo (1986) [C]
       3 The Stars Must Wait (1990)
       Combat Unit (1960) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Dinochrome (1967) 
       The Night of the Trolls (1963) [SF]
       The Last Command (1967) [SF]
       A Relic of War (1969) [SF]
       Field Test (1976) [SF]
       A Short History of the Bolo Fighting Machines (1976) [SF]
       Final Mission (1986) [SF]
       Rogue Bolo (1986) [SF]
       The Compleat Bolo (1990) [O/2C] 
   Imperium
       1 Worlds of the Imperium (1962) also appeared as:
           Serializations:
           Worlds of the Imperium (Part 1 of 3) (1961)
           Worlds of the Imperium (Part 2 of 3) (1961)
           Worlds of the Imperium (Part 3 of 3) (1961) 
       2 The Other Side of Time (1965) also appeared as:
           Serializations:
           The Other Side of Time (Part 1 of 3) (1965)
           The Other Side of Time (Part 2 of 3) (1965)
           The Other Side of Time (Part 3 of 3) (1965) 
       3 Assignment in Nowhere (1968)
       4 Zone Yellow (1990)
       Beyond the Imperium (1981) [O/2N]
       Imperium (2005) [O/1-3] 
   Lafayette O'Leary
       1 The Time Bender (1966) also appeared as:
           Serializations:
           Axe and Dragon (Part 1 of 3) (1965)
           Axe and Dragon (Part 2 of 3) (1966)
           Axe and Dragon (Part 3 of 3) (1966) 
       2 The World Shuffler (1970)
       3 The Shape Changer (1972) also appeared as:
           Serializations:
           The Shape Changer (Part 1 of 2) (1970)
           The Shape Changer (Part 2 of 2) (1971) 
       4 The Galaxy Builder (1984)
       The Universe Twister (2008) [O/1,2,3] 
   Oz Universe
       Oz
           Beenie in Oz (1997) with Tyler N. Jones and Michael J. Michanczyk, III and Josh Taylor and March Laumer
           The Cloud King of Oz / Beenie in Oz (1997) [O] with Richard E. Blaine and March Laumer and Tyler N. Jones and Michael J. Michanczyk, III and Josh Taylor 
   Retief
       1 Envoy to New Worlds (1963) [C] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Retief: Envoy to New Worlds (1987) 
       2 Galactic Diplomat (1965) [C]
       3 Retief's War (1966) also appeared as:
           Serializations:
           Retief's War (Part 1 of 3) (1965)
           Retief's War (Part 2 of 3) (1965)
           Retief's War (Part 3 of 3) (1965) 
       4 Retief and the Warlords (1968)
       5 Retief: Ambassador to Space (1969) [C]
       6 Retief's Ransom (1971)
       7 Retief of the CDT (1971) [C]
       8 Retief: Emissary to the Stars (1975) [C]
       9 Retief at Large (1978) [C]
       10 Retief: Diplomat at Arms (1982) [C]
       11 Retief to the Rescue (1983)
       12 The Return of Retief (1984)
       13 Retief in the Ruins (1986) [C]
       14 Reward for Retief (1989)
       15 Retief and the Rascals (1993)
       Diplomat-at-Arms (1960) [SF]
       The Frozen Planet (1961) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Courier (1961) 
       Gambler's World (1961) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Palace Revolution (1961) 
       The Yillian Way (1962) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Protocol (1962)
           Variant Title: Retief: The Yillian Way (2011) 
       The Madman from Earth (1962) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Policy (1962) 
       Retief of the Red-Tape Mountain (1962) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Sealed Orders (1962) 
       Aide Memoire (1962) [SF]
       Cultural Exchange (1962) [SF]
       The Desert and the Stars (1962) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Protest Note (1962) 
       Saline Solution (1963) [SF]
       Mightiest Qorn (1963) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Ultimatum (1963) 
       The Governor of Glave (1963) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Native Intelligence (1963) 
       The City That Grew in the Sea (1964) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Wicker Wonderland (1964) 
       The Prince and the Pirate (1964) [SF]
       The Castle of Light (1964) [SF]
       Retief, God-Speaker (1965) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: The Brass God (1965) 
       Trick or Treaty (1965) [SF]
       Giant Killer (1965) [SF]
       Dam Nuisance (1966) [SF]
       Truce or Consequences (1966) [SF]
       Forest in the Sky (1967) [SF]
       Retief, War Criminal (1967) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: The Forbidden City (1969) 
       Clear as Mud (1967) [SF] also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Grime and Punishment (1969) 
       An Excerpt from Retief & the Warlords (1968) [SF]
       Retief, the Long-Awaited Master (1969) [SF]
       The Piecemakers (1970) [SF]
       Ballots and Bandits (1970) [SF]
       Pime Doesn't Cray (1971) [SF]
       Retief, Insider (1971) [SF]
       The All-Together Planet (1971) [SF]
       The Garbage Invasion (1972) [SF]
       The Hoob Melon Crisis (1975) [SF]
       The Troubleshooter (1975) [SF]
       The Negotiators (1975) [SF]
       Retief Unbound (1979) [O]
       The Secret (1982) [SF]
       Retief (1986)
       Retief and the Pan-Galactic Pageant of Pulchritude (1986) [SF]
       Retief and the Pangalactic Pageant of Pulchritude (1986) [O]
       There is a Tide (1986) [SF]
       Retief in the Ruins (1986) [SF]
       The Woomy (1986) [SF]
       Rank Injustice (1987) [SF]
       Retief! (2002) [C] 
   The Avengers (British TV series)
       5 "The Afrit Affair" (1968)
       6 The Drowned Queen (1968)
       7 "The Gold Bomb" (1968) 
   The Invaders
       1 The Invaders (1967) also appeared as:
           Variant Title: The Meteor Men (1968) [as by Anthony LeBaron ] 
       2 Enemies from Beyond (1967) [C] 
   Time Trap
       Time Trap (1970)
       Back to the Time Trap (1992) 

Novels

   A Trace of Memory (1963) also appeared as:
       Serializations:
       A Trace of Memory (Part 1 of 3) (1962)
       A Trace of Memory (Part 2 of 3) (1962)
       A Trace of Memory (Part 3 of 3) (1962) 
   The Great Time Machine Hoax (1964) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: A Hoax in Time (2011) 
       Serializations:
       A Hoax in Time (Part 1 of 3) (1963)
       A Hoax in Time (Part 2 of 3) (1963)
       A Hoax in Time (Part 3 of 3) (1963) 
   A Plague of Demons (1965) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: Plague of Demons (1985) 
       Serializations:
       The Hounds of Hell (Part 1 of 2) (1964)
       The Hounds of Hell (Part 2 of 2) (1964) 
   Earthblood (1966) with Rosel George Brown also appeared as:
       Serializations:
       Earthblood (Part 1 of 4) (1966) with Rosel George Brown
       Earthblood (Part 2 of 4) (1966) with Rosel George Brown
       Earthblood (Part 3 of 4) (1966) with Rosel George Brown
       Earthblood (Part 4 of 4) (1966) with Rosel George Brown 
   Catastrophe Planet (1966)
   The Monitors (1966)
   Planet Run (1967) with Gordon R. Dickson
   Galactic Odyssey (1967) also appeared as:
       Serializations:
       Spaceman! (Part 1 of 3) (1967)
       Spaceman! (Part 2 of 3) (1967)
       Spaceman! (Part 3 of 3) (1967) 
   The Long Twilight (1969) also appeared as:
       Serializations:
       And Now They Wake (Part 1 of 3) (1969)
       And Now They Wake (Part 2 of 3) (1969)
       And Now They Wake (Part 3 of 3) (1969) 
   The House in November (1970) also appeared as:
       Serializations:
       The Seeds of Gonyl (Part 1 of 3) (1969)
       The Seeds of Gonyl (Part 2 of 3) (1969)
       The Seeds of Gonyl (Part 3 of 3) (1969) 
   Dinosaur Beach (1971)
   The Star Treasure (1971) also appeared as:
       Serializations:
       The Star Treasure (Complete Novel) (1970) 
   Night of Delusions (1972) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: Knight of Delusions (1982) 
   The Infinite Cage (1972)
   The Glory Game (1973)
   The Ultimax Man (1978)
   Star Colony (1981)
   End as a Hero (1985)
   Judson's Eden (1991) 

Collections

   Nine by Laumer (1967)
   The Day Before Forever and Thunderhead (1968)
   Greylorn (1968) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: The Other Sky (1968) 
   It's a Mad, Mad, Mad Galaxy (1968)
   Once There Was a Giant (1971)
   Timetracks (1972)
   The Big Show (1972)
   The Undefeated (1974)
   The Best of Keith Laumer (1976)
   Het Laatste Bevel [Dutch] (1977)
   Planet Run (1982) with Gordon R. Dickson
   Worlds of the Imperium (collection) (1982)
   Knight of Delusions (1982)
   Once There Was a Giant (1984)
   Chrestomathy (1984)
   De Andere Hemel [Dutch] (1988)
   Alien Minds (1991)
   Keith Laumer: The Lighter Side (2002)
   Future Imperfect (2003)
   Legions of Space (2004)
   The Long Twilight: and Other Stories (2007)
   Earthblood and Other Stories (2008) with Rosel George Brown
   The Keith Laumer SciFi Collection (2011) 

Omnibus

   Worlds of the Imperium / Seven from the Stars (1962) [O/2N] with Marion Zimmer Bradley
   Envoy to New Worlds / Flight From Yesterday (1963) [O/1N,1C] with Robert Moore Williams
   Duizend Jaar Schemering [Dutch] (1975) [O]
   Ruimte-Odyssee & Dinosaurusstrand [Dutch] (1975) [O]
   SF 130 GTX de Luxe [Dutch] (1978) [O] with Charles L. Harness and Lloyd Biggle, Jr. [only as by Charles Harness and Lloyd Biggle and Keith Laumer ]
   The Other Sky / The House in November (1981) [O]
   I mondi dell'impero [Italian] (1983) [O/1,2,3]
   The Star Treasure (1986) [O]
   In Strijd Met de Chaos [Dutch] (1988) [O]
   Odyssey (2002) [O]
   A Plague of Demons & Other Stories (2003) [O]
   A Hoax in Time / Inside Earth (2011) [O] with Poul Anderson
   A God Named Smith / Worlds of the Imperium (2012) [O] with Henry Slesar 

Anthologies

   Five Fates (1970) [only as by uncredited ]
   The Breaking Earth (1981)
   Dangerous Vegetables (1998) with Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh
   The Earth Quarter / Envoy to New Worlds (2011) with Damon Knight
   Land Beyond the Lens / Diplomat-At-Arms (2014) with S. J. Byrne 

Chapbooks

   Gambler's World (2007)
   The Yillian Way (2007)
   Greylorn (2007)
   It Could Be Anything (2008)
   A Bad Day for Vermin (2016)
   End as a Hero (2016)
   Doorstep (2016) 

Nonfiction

   How to Design and Build Flying Models (1960) 

Short Fiction Series

   Afterlife of Bailey
       Of Death What Dreams (1970) 
   Andrew Galt
       The Right to Resist (1971)
       The Right to Revolt (1971) 

Shortfiction

   Greylorn (1959)
   Worlds of the Imperium (Excerpt) (1961)
   Doorstep (1961)
   Stranger in Paradox (1961)
   The King of the City (1961)
   Hybrid (1961)
   Cocoon (1962)
   It Could Be Anything (1963) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: A Trip to the City (1967) 
   The Walls (1963)
   The Long Remembered Thunder (1963) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: The Long-Remembered Thunder (1970) 
   End as a Hero (1963)
   The Star-Sent Knaves (1963) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: The Time Thieves (1972) 
   The Soul Buyer (1963)
   A Bad Day for Vermin (1964) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: The Exterminator (1964) 
   Placement Test (1964)
   Invasion mentale [French] (1964)
   The Further Sky (1964) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: The Other Sky (1968) 
   War Against the Yukks (1965) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: The War Against the Yukks (1965) 
   Time Bomb (1965)
   Worldmaster (1965)
   Prototaph (1966)
   Le destin ne s'explique pas [French] (1966)
   Founder's Day (1966)
   The Body Builders (1966)
   Test to Destruction (1967)
   The Planet Wreckers (1967)
   Thunderhead (1967)
   The Day Before Forever (1967)
   The Allies (1967)
   The Clairvoyant (1967)
   The Survivor (1967)
   The Telescope (1967)
   The Big Show (1968)
   Mind Out of Time (1968)
   Once There Was a Giant (1968)
   Goobereality (1968)
   Dunderbird (1969) with Harlan Ellison also appeared as:
       Variant Title: Street Scene (1969) 
   The Choice (1969)
   The Half Man (1969)
   The Timesweepers (1969)
   The Devil You Don't (1970)
   The Lawgiver (1970)
   In the Queue (1970)
   Message to an Alien (1970)
   The Plague (1970)
   The Dream Machine (1970)
   Three Blind Mice (1971)
   The Wonderful Secret (1977) only appeared as:
       Serializations:
       The Wonderful Secret (Part 1 of 2) (1977)
       The Wonderful Secret (Part 2 of 2) (1977) 
   Birthday Party (1978)
   The Griffon and the Centaur (1984)
   No Ship Boots in Fairyland (1984)
   An excerpt from Dinosaur Beach (1984)
   An excerpt from Earthblood (1984) with Rosel George Brown
   An excerpt from Night of Delusions (1984)
   An excerpt from Planet Run (1984) with Gordon R. Dickson
   An excerpt from Retief's Ransom (1984)
   An excerpt from The Great Time Machine Hoax (1984)
   An excerpt from The House in November (1984)
   An excerpt from The Infinite Cage (1984)
   An excerpt from The Long Twilight (1984)
   An excerpt from The Other Side of Time (1984)
   An excerpt from The Star Treasure (1984)
   An excerpt from The Ultimax Man (1984)
   An excerpt from Time Trap (1984)
   Rogue Bolo (Excerpt) (1985)
   A Report on the Q Effect (1988)
   Reverse English (1991)
   The Propitiation of Brullamagoo (1991) 

Essays

   How to Collaborate Without Getting Your Head Shaved (1967)
   The Limiting Velocity of Orthodoxy (1970)
   Letter (Thrust, January 1974) (1974)
   Couldn't We All Just Be Dear, Dear Friends? (1980)
   The Retief Series (1980)
   Letter. (Analog, May 1980) (1980)
   untitled (The Faces of Science Fiction) (1984)
   Foreword to "Birthday Party" (1984)
   Foreword to "The Devil You Don't" (1984)
   Foreword to "The Lawgiver" (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from Dinosaur Beach (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from Earthblood (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from Night of Delusions (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from Planet Run (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from Retief's Ransom (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from The Great Time Machine Hoax (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from The House in November (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from The Infinite Cage (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from The Long Twilight (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from The Other Side of Time (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from The Star Treasure (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from The Ultimax Man (1984)
   Foreword to an excerpt from Time Trap (1984)
   The Most Intresting Thing About ... (Argos: Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine, Spring 1988) (1988)
   Alternatives to Intelligence (1991) 

Non-Genre Titles

Novels

   Embassy (1965)
   Deadfall (1971) also appeared as:
       Variant Title: Fat Chance (1975)



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