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Wilson, Granville

Entry updated 12 August 2018. Tagged: Author.

(1912-2001) UK journalist and author, who should not be confused with the non-writer Leslie Granville Eyre Wilson (1912-2008). He is the author of three sf novels: Murder Goes Underground (1949), featuring a Death Ray, housed in an atomic car, which destroys other cars; plus two Young Adult tales, War of the Computers (1981), about troubles in Dystopia, and The Terror Cubes (1982 chap), which features renegade Robots which threaten an otherwise peaceable Near Future UK. [JC]

Granville Leslie Wilson

born Castleford, West Riding, Yorkshire: 10 February 1912

died October 2001


  • Murder Goes Underground (London: Fiction House, 1949) [chap: in the publisher's Piccadilly Novels series: pb/uncredited]
  • War of the Computers (London: Granada/Dragon Books, 1981) [pb/Alan Craddock]
  • The Terror Cubes (London: Granada/Dragon Books, 1982) [chap: illus/Paul Turner: pb/Alan Craddock]


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