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Lester del Rey


(Ramon Felipe Alvarez-del Rey)
USA flag (1915 - 1993)

aka Edson McCann, Philip St. John, Eric van Lhin, Kenneth Wright

Lester del Rey was an American science fiction author and editor. Del Rey is especially famous for juvenile novels, like those that comprise the Winston Science Fiction series, and for Del Rey Books, the fantasy and science fiction branch of Ballantine Books, edited by Lester del Rey and his fourth wife Judy-Lynn del Rey.

Genres: Science Fiction
 
Novels
   Marooned on Mars (1951)
   Rocket Jockey (1952) (as by Philip St. John)
   Attack from Atlantis (1953)
   Battle on Mercury (1953) (as by Eric van Lhin)
   The Mysterious Planet (1953) (as by Kenneth Wright)
   Rockets to Nowhere (1954) (as by Philip St. John)
   Preferred Risk (1955) (as by Edson McCann)
   Nerves (1956)
   Police Your Planet (1956) (as by Eric van Lhin)
   The Cave of Spears (1957)
   Day of the Giants (1959)
   Tunnel Through Time (1960)
   The Eleventh Commandment (1962)
   Outpost of Jupiter (1963)
   The Sky Is Falling (1963)
   The Runaway Robot (1965)
   The Infinite Worlds of Maybe (1966)
   Rocket from Infinity (1966)
   The Scheme of Things (1966)
   Siege Perilous (1966)
   Prisoners of Space (1968)
   The Man without a Planet (1969)
   Pstalemate (1972)
   Badge of Infamy (1973)
   Weeping May Tarry (1978) (with Raymond F Jones)
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Omnibus
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Collections
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Novellas
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Lester del Rey recommends
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The Broken Lands (1968)
(Empire of the East, book 1)
Fred Saberhagen
"There are few writers who can do justice to a really rich set of characters and backgrounds, and Saberhagen has already proved he is one of the best."
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Over the River and Through the Woods (1996)
Clifford D Simak
"I always loved his stories, short or long. He made me love them -and the rural America of his childhood - as much as he did."

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