The Adventures of Special Agent Kenneth Malone of Her Majesty's FBI: A Collectioin of Novels

The Adventures of Special Agent Kenneth Malone of Her Majesty's FBI: A Collectioin of Novels

by Laurence Janifer, Randall Garrett

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Overview

Includes THREE Science Fiction classics in one! The Impossibles, Brain Twister, Supermind!

In 1959 Randall Garrett and Laurence Janifer got together to write the first of the Kenneth Malone stories, “That Sweet Little Old Lady” under the pseudonym Mark Phillips for Astounding Science Fiction. This story was followed by two more, “Out Like a Light” and “Occasion for Disaster.” These stories were later expanded and released as the novels Brain Twister, The Impossibles, and Supermind.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012874276
Publisher: Resurrected Press
Publication date: 06/24/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 692,093
File size: 446 KB

About the Author

Mark Phillips
Mark Phillips was the pen named used by Randall Garrett and Laurence Janifer for the three novels, Brain Twister, The Impossibles, and Supermind. The pair was nominated for a Hugo for best novel for Brain Twister in 1960. They also collaborated on the novel Pagan Passions.

Randall Garrett
Gordon Randall Garrett (December 16, 1927-December 31, 1987) was a prolific author of science fiction and fantasy. He was a regular contributor to Astounding and other magazines during the 50’s and 60’s. He is best known for his alternate reality stories featuring the detective Lord Darcy who lives in a world where the Plantagenates still rule an Anglo-French empire and magic works. He wrote under a number of pseudonyms including David Gordon, John Gordon, Ivar Jorgensen, Darrel T. Langart, Gerald Vance and others. He collaborated on several works with Laurence Janifer and with Robert Silverberg as Robert Randall. He was a founding member of the Society for Creative Anachronism.

Laurence M. Janifer
Laurence M. Janifer (March 17, 1933-July 10, 2002) was born in Brooklyn, New York. Originally named Laurence M. Harris, he changed his name to Janifer, which was the name of his Polish grandfather. Starting with the publication of a story in 1959 his writing career spanned three decades. Many of his early stories were published under the name Larry M. Harris. He collaborated on a number of stories and novels with Randall Garrett, often using the pseudonym Mark Phillips. In addition to his career as a writer, he served as an editor for various magazines and literary agencies.

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