John Thomas Phillifent

John Thomas Phillifent (* 10. November 1916 in Durham, England.; † 15. Dezember 1976) war ein englischer Science-Fiction-Autor. Seine Werke schrieb Phillifent neben seinem echten Namen hauptsächlich unter dem Pseudonym John Rackham, mit Ausnahme der Solo für O.N.C.E.L. Reihe, seiner Kurzgeschichten im Analog-Magazin und später veröffentlichten Romanen. Phillifent starb im Alter von 60 Jahren.



Solo für O.N.C.E.L. (The Man From U.N.C.L.E.)

  • The Mad Scientist Affair (1966)
  • The Corfu Affair (1967)
  • The Power Cube Affair (1968)

Andere Romane

  • Danger From Vega (1965) (als John Rackham)
  • We, the Venusians (1965) (als John Rackham)
  • The Beasts of Kohl (1966) (als John Rackham)
  • Time To Live (1966) (als John Rackham)
  • The Double Invaders (1967) (als John Rackham)
  • Alien Sea (1968) (als John Rackham)
  • The Proxima Project (1968) (als John Rackham)
  • Ipomoea (1969) (als John Rackham)
  • Treasure of Tau Ceti (1969) (als John Rackham)
  • The Anything Tree (1970) (als John Rackham)
  • Flower of Doradil (1970) (als John Rackham)
  • Beyond Capella (1971) (als John Rackham)
  • Dark Planet (1971) (als John Rackham)
  • Earthstrings (1972) (als John Rackham)
  • Genius Unlimited (1972)
  • Beanstalk (1973) (als John Rackham)
  • Hierarchies (1973)
  • King of Argent (1973)
  • Life with Lancelot (1973)


  • "Drog" (1958) (als John Rackham)
  • "One-Eye" (1958) (als John Rackham)
  • "Cadet" (1959) (als John Rackham)
  • "Curse Strings" (1959) (als John Rackham)
  • "If You Wish" (1959) (als John Rackham)
  • "Nulook" (1959) (als John Rackham)
  • "The Black Cat's Paw" (1960) (als John Rackham)
  • "Idea Man" (1960) (als John Rackham)
  • "Ankh" (1961) (als John Rackham)
  • "Point" (1961)
  • "The Stainless-Steel Knight" (1961) (als John Rackham)
  • "The Trouble with Honey" (1961) (als John Rackham)
  • "The Veil of Isis" (1961) (als John Rackham)
  • "Ethical Quotient" (1962)
  • "Fire and Ice" (1962) (als John Rackham)
  • "Dr. Jeckers and Mr. Hyde" (1963) (als John Rackham)
  • "The Last Salamander" (1963) (als John Rackham)
  • "What You Don't Know" (1963) (als John Rackham)
  • "With Clean Hands" (1963) (als John Rackham)
  • "Flying Fish" (1964)
  • "God Killer" (1964) (als John Rackham)
  • "Hell-Planet" (1964) (als John Rackham)
  • "Room with a Skew" (1964) (als John Rackham)
  • "Advantage" (1965) (als John Rackham)
  • "Bring Back a Life" (1965) (als John Rackham)
  • "Finnegan's Knack" (1965)
  • "A Way with Animals" (1965) (als John Rackham)
  • "Computer's Mate" (1966) (als John Rackham)
  • "The God-Birds of Glentallach" (1966) (als John Rackham)
  • "Poseidon Project" (1966) (als John Rackham)
  • "Aim For the Heel" (1967)
  • "Catharsis" (1968) (als John Rackham)
  • "The Divided House" (1968) (als John Rackham)
  • "Incorrigible" (1968)
  • "The Rites of Man" (1968)
  • "All Fall Down" (1969)
  • "The Fine Print" (1971)
  • "Stoop to Conquer" (1971) (als John Rackham)
  • "Wise Child" (1973) (als John Rackham)
  • "Owe Me" (1974)
  • "The Halted Village" (1975) (als John Rackham)
  • "Heal Thyself" (1975) (als John Rackham)


  • "That Moon Plaque (Men on the Moon)" (1969)


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