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Morgan Robertson


(Morgan Andrew Robertson)
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Morgan Robertson was a well-known American author of short stories and novels, and the possible inventor of the periscope.

On March 24, 1915, Robertson was found dead in his room at the Alamac Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He was 53 years of age. It is believed that he died of an overdose of protiodide.
 
 
Novels
   A Tale of a Halo (1894)
   Futility, or the Wreck of the Titan (1898)
   Masters of Men (1901)
   Shipmates (1901)
   Sinful Peck (1903)
   Beyond the Spectrum (1914)
   The Grain Ship (1914)
   Over the Border (1914)
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Collections
   The Three Laws and the Golden Rule (1898)
   Spun Yarn (1898)
   Where Angels Fear to Tread (1899)
   Down to the Sea (1905)
   Land Ho! (1905)
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Anthologies containing stories by Morgan Robertson
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From the Depths (2018)
And Other Strange Tales of the Sea
(British Library Tales of the Weird, book 1)
edited by
Mike Ashley
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A Bottomless Grave (2001)
And Other Victorian Tales of Horror
edited by
Hugh Lamb
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Curses (1989)
(Isaac Asimov's Magical Worlds of Fantasy, book 11)
edited by
Isaac Asimov, Martin H Greenberg and Charles G Waugh

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