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  1. From These Ashes: The Complete Short SF (Science Fiction) of Fredric Brown by Fredric Brown, 2001-02-01
  2. Here Comes a Candle by Fredric Brown, 2006-09-01
  3. The Fabulous Clipjoint by Fredric Brown, 2009-02-03
  4. Knock Three-One-Two by Fredric Brown, 2010-03-19
  5. Nightmares and Geezenstacks by Fredric Brown, 1979-07-27
  6. Honeymoon in Hell by Fredric Brown, 1982
  7. Paradox Lost by Fredric Brown, 1975-07-24
  8. The Best of Fredric Brown by Fredric Brown, 1977
  9. What Mad Universe by Fredric Brown, 1976-06
  10. Martians, Go Home by Fredric Brown, 1976
  11. Gateway to Darkness by Fredric Brown, 2010-01-18
  12. Hunter and Hunted: The Ed and Am Hunter Novels (Brown, Fredric, Frederic Brown Mystery Library.) by Fredric Brown, 2002-07
  13. The Screaming Mimi by Fredric Brown, 2008-07-22
  14. Martians and Misplaced Clues: The Life and Work of Fredric Brown by Jack Seabrook, 1993-10-01

1. "Bibliographie De Brown Fredric"
The Best of Fredric Brown avec Robert Bloch     1977
Pseudonyme : Felix Graham
Paul Denis
Mise à jour : 29/07/2002.

2. Ecrivain - Brown Fredric
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Année de naissance: 1906
Année de décès: 1972
Nationalité: Américaine
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3. Brown Fredric William (1906 - 1972)
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4. Brown Fredric William (1906 - 1972)
brown fredric William (1906 1972). Martians, Go Home, 1955 - Titlein Greek Exo I Ariani, Publisher Epsilon, Translated by M

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6. DekkariNetti - Dekkarikirjailijoita/Mystery Authors - Fredrick Brown
Fredric Brown. Fredric Brown Books for Sale/Rudy's Books Fredric Brown - FantasticFiction Fredric Brown - John Wenn Bibliographie de brown fredric.
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Suomennokset ... Internet Fredric Brownilta ilmestyi keväällä 2001 uusi suomennos Umpikujassa. Brownin dekkarien suomalainen kustantaja on Book Studio. Elämä Amerikkalainen rikoskirjailija Fredric Brown syntyi Cincinnatissa Ohiossa 29.10.1906. Hän menetti molemmat vanhempansa jo nuorukaisena lyhyellä aikavälillä. Sen jälkeen seurasi sekalaisia töitä mm. tivolissa. Brown hankki 1920- ja 1930-luvulla elantonsa toimistotyöntekijänä ja sitten oikolukijana Milwaukee Journalissa. Hän työskenteli myös kirjapainossa, jossa painettiin halpoja pulp-lukemistoja ja hän joutui työnsä vuoksi lukemaan satoja sekalaisia rikoskertomuksia. Niitä lukiessaan hän vakuuttui siitä, että osaisi itse kirjoittaa parempia tarinoita. Hänen ensimmäinen oma rikoskertomuksensa ilmestyi maaliskuussa 1938. Brown keskittyi aluksi lyhyisiin kertomuksiin, joita hän kirjoitti moniin eri lehtiin. Varsinaisen maineensa hän loi kuitenkin omaperäisillä, tyyliltään selkeillä ja tunnelmaltaan tiheillä rikos- ja jännitysromaaneillaan.

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9. Fredric Brown
FREDRIC BROWN*. Mrs. Murphy's Underpants (1963). Fredric Brown in the DetectivePulps, printed as short stories Homicide Sanitarium (1985).
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Ed Hunter, a young Chicago teenager, and his uncle Ambrose Hunter, a carny worker, are featured in: The Fabulous Clipjoint (1946)
(first published in a condensed version as "Dead Man's Indemnity" in Mystery Book The Dead Ringer (1948) The Bloody Moonlight (1949)
APA Murder in the Moonlight Compliments of a Fiend (1950) Death Has Many Doors (1951) The Late Lamented (1959) Mrs. Murphy's Underpants (1963) Fredric Brown in the Detective Pulps, printed as short stories: Homicide Sanitarium (1985) Before She Kills (1986) The Freak Show Murders (1986) Thirty Corpses Every Thursday (1986) Pardon My Ghoulish Laughter (1986) Red Is the Hue of Hell (1986) Non-series mystery short stories by Brown: Murder Can Be Fun (1949)
APA The Santa Claus Murders
condensed in Detective Story
APA A Plot for Murder The Screaming Mimi (1949)
AP in a shortened version in Mystery Book Night of the Jabberwock (1950) The Case of the Dancing Sandwiches (1951) The Far Cry (1951) The Deep End (1952) We All Killed Grandma (1952) Madball (1953) Mostly Murder (1953) The Shaggy Dog and Other Murders His Name Was Death (1954) The Wench Is Dead (1955) The Lenient Beast (1956) One for the Road
APA The Army Waggoner Murder (1958)
in a shortened version in The Saint Knock Three-One-Two (1959) The Murderers (1961) The Five-Day Nightmare (1962) Madman's Holiday (1985)

10. Fredric Brown - Bibliography Summary
Fredric Brown Bibliography Summary. Pub Biblio Alpha Main MenuSearch (USA, 1906-1972). Short Fiction Armageddon (1941) Not

11. Bleeker Books - Fredric Brown
Fredric Brown. It's hard to label Fredric Brown, but perhaps he can best be describedas a gallows humorist, a Cornell Woolrich with a sense of humor.

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It's hard to label Fredric Brown, but perhaps he can best be described as a gallows humorist, a Cornell Woolrich with a sense of humor. His novels and short stories are full of sardonic smiles and ghoulish laughter, and frequently feature unusual narrative devices as well (in one story the writer is the killer and the reader is his next victim!). Brown's first love was science fiction and fantasy, and his rich imagination and inventiveness spilled over from that field into his crime fiction. Brown was born in Cincinnati in 1906. His parents died when he was a teenager; in his late teens and early twenties he attended college but never graduate. Eventually he wound up in Milwaukee working as a proofreader for a variety of publications. During this period, the mid-1930s, he also began selling short stories to various pulp magazines of the day. By 1947 he was ready to write his first novel, The Fabulous Clipjoint , which introduced the world to Ed Hunter and his uncle Ambrose. This book won the Edgar award for that year, and was followed by six more Ed and Am Hunter books.

12. Alpha Ralpha Boulevard: Fredric Brown
Fredric Brown. Bibliography The Best of Fredric Brown May 1977, BallantineBooks Paperback (1st Ed.) ISBN0345-25700-6 Martians,Fredric.php3
Fredric Brown
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Best of Fredric Brown
May 1977, Ballantine Books Paperback (1st Ed.) ISBN:0-345-25700-6
From These Ashes: The Complete Short SF of Fredric Brown
February 2001, NESFA Press Hardcover ISBN:1-886-77818-3
Martians and Madness: The Complete SF Novels of Fredric Brown
October 2002, NESFA Press Hardcover ISBN:1-886-77817-5
Martians Go Home
195- Dutton
May 1992, Baen Books Paperback Reprint Edition ISBN:0-671-72120-8
Space on My Hands
June 1993, Lightyear Press Hardcover ISBN:0-899-68332-0
What Mad Universe?
June 1976 Amereon Ltd Hardcover ISBN:0-884-11892-4
May 1997 Lightyear Press Hardcover ISBN:0-899-68333-9
Adapted in 2001 for NPR's , with Rene Auberjonois
"Martians Go Home"
Sept. 1954 Astounding
"Nightmare in Time"
(c) 1961 by Excellent Publications, Inc.
Reprinted in 1963, The Years Best S-F:7th Annual Edition . Edited by Judith Merril
"Towards a Definition of SF"
guest editorial, Oct 1963

13. Fredric Brown - Bibliography Summary
Fredric Brown Bibliography Summary. Pub Biblio Alpha ChronMain Menu Search Brown, Fredric (USA, 1906-1972). Series

14. Fredric Brown - Wikipedia
Fredric Brown. Fredric Brown (19061972) is a science fiction author and mysteryauthor who is best known for writing short stories with an humorous flair.
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Fredric Brown
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fredric Brown ) is a science fiction author and mystery author who is best known for writing short stories with an humorous flair. His first science fiction story, "Not Yet the End" was published in Captain Future in . Many of the stories which followed are short, practically extended jokes rather than actual stories. Nevertheless, Brown wrote with an engaging style. Humor carried over into his novels as well. His science fiction novel What Mad Universe ) plays with the clichéd conventions of the genre by throwing a pulp magazine editor into a parallel world based, not on the adventure stories he published, but rather on a child's image of those stories and the man who published them. Similarly, Martians, Go Home

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From These Ashes The Complete Short Sf of Fredric brown fredric Jameson (RoutledgeCritical Thinkers) Martians and Misplaced Clues The Life and Work of
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16. Fredric Brown
Author biography and bibliography, from the Pegasos literature resources site.Category Arts Literature Authors B brown, fredric...... Wrong, he fredric brown said. Base your villain on someone youlike. That fredric William brown was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Fredric Brown (1906-1972) One of the most ingenious American crime and mystery writers, who published science fiction to overcome - as he said - the too real aspect of detective fiction. Brown also wrote television plays for Alfred Hitchcock series. Brown's plots were inventive, he used often humour and paradoxes, and his sex scenes were gleefully provocative. 'Once I said to him I needed a model for an antagonist in one of my stories and was trying to think of someone I really hated. "Wrong," he [Fredric Brown] said. "Base your villain on someone you like. That'll give him some sympathetic traits and make him much more believable."' (from 'My Friend Fredric Brown' by Walt Sheldon in The Big Book of Noir , ed. by Ed Gorman et al., 1998) Fredric William Brown was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was educated at University of Cincinnati night school, and Hanover College, Indiana, where he studied one year. From 1924 to 1936 he was an office worker, and then a proofreader for the Milwaukee Journal . He also became a member of Milwaukee's Fictioneers Club, along with

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18. Roman Policier - Brown, Fredric, 1906-1972
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Brown, Fredric, 1906-1972
120 heures de cauchemar : roman suivi de cinq nouvelles / Fredric Brown ; choix effectué par Stéphane Bourgoin. Paris : Nouvelles éditions Oswald, 1981. 187, [3] p. ; 22 cm. (Le Miroir obscur ; 23) ISBN 2-7304-0091-5. SDM: 8206399 [A 4] [Bibliogr.: p. [190].] Un court roman (1962) racontant avec vraisemblance une situation où le héros se demande s'il ne rêve pas... Un très bon suspense amorcé par un "kidnapping" à la fois ingénieux et diabolique. Cinq nouvelles du même calibre accompagnent ce récit criminel et prouvent la forte efficacité de l'auteur dans cette formule. [Yvon Allard] A chacun son meurtre : nouvelles inédites / Fredric Brown ; trad. de l'américain par Gérard de Chergé. Paris : Clancier-Guénaud, 1981. 237 p. ; 18 cm. (Polars) ISBN 2-86215-013-4. SDM: 8109992 [A 5] Dix nouvelles criminelles inédites d'un auteur reconnu pour son humour parfois cruel tant dans la science-fiction que dans le roman policier. [Yvon Allard] Attention, chien gentil : nouvelles / Fredric Brown ; trad. de l'américain par Gérard de Chergé ; anthologie établie par Stéphane Bourgoin. Précédées de Brown et son oeuvre / par Robert Bloch. Et suivies de Où trouvez-vous vos intrigues? / par Fredric Brown. Paris : Nouvelles éditions Oswald, 1983. 205 p. ; 22 cm. (Le Miroir obscur ; 58) ISBN 2-7304-0191-1. SDM: 8308350 [A 5] Quatorze nouvelles policières inédites du grand romancier tant de science-fiction que de détective-fiction. Un vrai régal où l'humour et l'horreur s'entremêlent en un mélange explosif. [Yvon Allard]

19. Fredric Brown - Humourous Science Fiction - Martians Go Home
fredric brown, author of several tales of humourous Science Fiction fredric (William) brown (19061972) was an american who wrote crime, mystery and science fiction.
- Robert Asprin - James Bibby Fredric Brown - L. Sprague de Camp - Craig Shaw Gardner - Tom Holt - Grant Naylor ... - Robert Rankin
  • A small biography A biography , and an extensive bibliography More links to sites about Fredric Brown can be found among my
  • Fredric (William) Brown (1906-1972) was an american who wrote crime, mystery and science fiction. In the genre of science fiction, his most known novels are probably his first sf-novel: " What Mad Universe " (1946) and " Martians Go Home " (1955). He wrote many short stories, many of them published in so-called pulp magazines, and I believe that his short stories have been more succesful than his novels. There are several collections of his short stories, the stories are often taking a certain twist at the end and things are not what they seem to be, for example, in one story of crime it turns out that it is actually the reader who is the victim.
    Two anthologies with his humourous stories, " Honeymoon in Hell " (1958) and " Nightmares and Geezenstacks " (1961) have been releases as one volume: " And the Gods Laughed
    His best short story is considered to be " Arena " (1944) which was voted the fifteenth most popular science fiction stories ever by Science Fiction Writers of America and was included in the anthology " Science Fiction Hall of Fame Arena has also been filmed as a Star Trek episode.

    20. Paradox
    Site dedicated to fredric brown Bio, a few short short novels, links to other information. Archive of the original site.
    JOIN THE FREDRIC BROWN SOCIETY!! Recently added, more updates on Fredric Brown’s life and work (Last Updated Nov. 29, 1997) Be sure to check out a new reader feedback area , currently under construction A quarter century after his death and almost thirty-five years after he did his last
    significant writing, Fredric Brown is finally beginning to get his due as one of the
    most brilliant science fiction and mystery writers in the 20th century. While Brown
    was well known and highly regarded in his lifetime, particularly by his fellow
    authors, his name has not usually been mentioned with those writers of the first rank
    (e.g. Heinlein, Bradbury Chandler etc.) from the so-called “golden age” of pulp fiction. There are several possible reasons for this regrettable omission: First, most of his best work came in the form of short stories, and even "short shorts," a form practically invented by Brown, which consisted of caustic, witty tales of only a page or two in length such as these . Brown was also an experimental stylist of the first rank, and much of his work may have been too strange and too sophisticated for a mainstream teen-age SF/Mystery audience. Paradox is the primary theme of much of Brown’s work, and he was constantly looking for new ways to tell tales, (For example, "Don't Look Behind You," a classic murder mystery in which the reader is the victim, or

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