Hugh Zachary

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BLP sourcesHugh Zachary (born 1928) is an American novelist who has written numerous science fiction novels, under his own name as well as the pseudonyms Zach Hughes and Evan Innes (the latter for the America 2040 series). He describes himself as "the most published, underpaid and most unknown writer in the U.S."[1]

Biography

Zachary was born in Oklahoma in 1928. He received his education from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He served in the U.S. Army and worked in broadcast journalism in Florida.[2]

Select Works

  • One Day In Hell Novel Booksl 1961
  • A Feast Of Fat Things Harris-Wolfe, 1968
  • Beachcomber's Handbook Blair 1970
  • Gwen, In Green Gold Medal, 1974
  • Wild Card Poker Stephen Green 1976
  • Second Chance Major, 1976
  • To Guard The Right Raven, 1980
  • Bloodrush Leisure, 1981
  • Of Love and Battle Ballantine, 1981
  • Murder In White Leisure, 1981
  • Bitter Victory Dell, 1983
  • Desert Battle Dell, 1983
  • The Venus Venture Vanguard, 1986
  • Revenant NAL, 1988
  • Dos Caballos M.Evans, 1989

The Sierra Leone series

  • Top Level Death Raven, 1981
  • Flight To Freedom Dell, 1981
  • Freedom's Passion Dell, 1981
  • Treasure of Hope Dell, 1982
  • Freedom's Victory Dell, 1982

References

  1. "A Brief Summary of the Life and Times of Hugh Zachary". http://www.sff.net/people/hzachary/. Retrieved 26 April 2014. 
  2. "Hugh Zachary". North Carolina Literary Review (16): 254. October 2007. 

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