D. G. Compton

D. G. Compton

David Guy Compton (born 1930) is a science fiction author who publishes under the name D. G. Compton. He has also written books under the pseudonym of Frances Lynch.

Compton began publishing with his 1963 novel Medium for Murder. His 1968 novel The Steel Crocodile (alternate title The Electric Crocodile) was nominated for the Nebula Award, and his 1974 novel The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe was filmed as Death Watch by Bertrand Tavernier in 1980.

He was named the 2007 Author Emeritus by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

Links

David G. Compton. Wikipedia.

Edited by 2009-12-04 (Seregil of Rhiminee)
Speculative Fiction Novels (14)
1993  Nomansland
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1991  Ragnarok
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1988  Scudder's Game
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1980  Ascendancies
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1979  Windows (Katherine Mortenhoe, #2)
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1978  A Usual Lunacy
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1973  The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe (Katherine Mortenhoe, #1)
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1972  The Missionaries
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1970  The Steel Crocodile
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1970  Chronocules
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1968  Synthajoy
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1966  The Silent Multitude
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1966  Farewell, Earth's Bliss
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1965  The Quality of Mercy
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Others non-spefi books (4)
1996  Back of Town Blues (Alec Duncan, #2)
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1994  Justice City (Alec Duncan, #1)
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1988  Radio Plays
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1969  The Palace
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