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Frank Herbert

a.k.a. Frank Patrick Herbert

Author Code: AFPH

Born: Oct. 8, 1920 - Tacoma, Washington, USA

Died: Feb. 11, 1986 - Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Educated at the University of Washington, Herbert worked as a reporter and editor for a number of newspapers on the West Coast before turning to a writing career. During the Second World War, he served as photographer with the Navy Seabees, but received a medical discharge after six months. Following the war, Herbert returned to journalism, working for the Seattle Star and the Oregon Statesman. In 1952, he published his first science fiction story, Looking for Something, in Startling Stories magazine. Over the next decade, he contributed stories to magazines such as Astounding Science Fiction and Amazing Stories, but it wasn't until publication of his first novel, The Dragon in the Sea in 1955, that his career took off. During the 1960s, Herbert worked on what would become his masterpiece, the Dune trilogy. In 1965, Dune won the prestigious Nebula Award for Best Novel, was made into a successful film in 1984 and is considered by many as one of the best SF novels ever written. Herbert continued to publish until his death from pancreatic cancer. He was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 2006. His many works include The God Makers (1960), The Eyes of Heisenberg (1966), The Heaven Makers (1968), The Santaroga Barrier (1968), Whipping Star (1970), Hellstrom's Hive (1973), The Dosadi Experiment (1977) and The White Plague (1982).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AFPH001 Missing Link 1959 17 245k eBook Download PDF - 'Missing Link' (AFPH001)   Download ePub - 'Missing Link' (AFPH001) Find a printed copy of Missing Link by Frank Herbert at AbeBooks
AFPH003 Old Rambling House 1958 8 239k eBook Download PDF - 'Old Rambling House' (AFPH003)   Download ePub - 'Old Rambling House' (AFPH003) Find a printed copy of Old Rambling House by Frank Herbert at AbeBooks
AFPH002 Operation Haystack 1959 18 258k eBook Download PDF - 'Operation Haystack' (AFPH002)   Download ePub - 'Operation Haystack' (AFPH002) Find a printed copy of Operation Haystack by Frank Herbert at AbeBooks

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