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Maddock, Larry

Entry updated 29 July 2021. Tagged: Author.

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Pseudonym of Jack Owen Jardine (1931-2009), a creative director in radio, for his Agent of T.E.R.R.A. series, speedy Time Operas starring Hannibal Fortune and an Alien sidekick, agents of the eponymous Time Police engaged in a prolonged Changewar to save Earth from her enemies. The series comprises The Flying Saucer Gambit (1966), The Golden Goddess Gambit (1967), The Emerald Elephant Gambit (1967) and The Time Trap Gambit (1969). The Nymph and the Satyr (1962) as by Arthur Farmer is a Sex novel. With his then wife, Julie Ann Jardine (1926-2012), he also wrote under the pseudonym Howard L Cory (which see).

The pseudonym Alan Hunter that was used on several Sex novels for Bee-Line – including one of mild sf interest, Maddock's The Story of "F" (1969) – may have been a House Name. [JC]

see also: UFOs.

Jack Owen Jardine

born Eaton Rapids, Michigan: 10 October 1931

died northern California: 14 April 2009

works

series

Agent of T.E.R.R.A.

individual titles

  • The Nymph and the Satyr (Hollywood, California: Barnaby Press/All Star Books, 1962) as by Arthur Farmer [pb/J Healey]
    • The Story of "F" (New York: Bee-Line Books, 1969) [pb/] as by Alan Hunter [heavily revised vt of the above: pb/]
  • Odd Girl Out (Hollywood, California: Barnaby Press/All Star Books, 1963) as by Arthur Farmer [pb/]

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