The Tomorrow Station.

By: Bannon, Mark (aka Albert King)

Price: £20.00

Quantity: 1 available

Grading: Spotting along top page edges, else a fine copy in a fine dustjacket but for light dust-soiling to rear (white) panel.


SF novel, written by Albert King as ''Mark Bannon''. A rare UK hardcover (Robert Hale primarily existed to supply the library market), and not reprinted since.

''Albert King (1924-1994), an extremely prolific writer in various genres under a series of names: for his Robert Hale sf he used (as well as his own name) Paul Conrad (his preferred pseudonym), MARK BANNON, Floyd Gibson, Scott Howell, Christopher King and Paul Muller. Born in Northern Ireland, he left school at the age of 14. He was the author of about 120 Westerns, 44 thrillers and 29 romances in addition to his production of 16 sf titles (over two years), of which the most notable are perhaps Ex Minus (1974), as by Conrad, in which disaster results from an experimental attempt to create human life, and The World Of Jonah King (1976), as by Christopher King. Most of his work was routine adventure'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).

Title: The Tomorrow Station.

Author Name: Bannon, Mark (aka Albert King)

Categories: Other,

Edition: First edition (& 1st printing).

Publisher: Robert Hale: London.: 1975.

ISBN Number: 0709149352

ISBN Number 13: 9780709149354

Binding: Hardcover.

Grading: Spotting along top page edges, else a fine copy in a fine dustjacket but for light dust-soiling to rear (white) panel.

Seller ID: 46804