Pritchard, John Wallace

Personal Information

Pseudonym/ Also Know As
Ian Wallace
  • Born in 1912

Here are some other books by the author:
Every Crazy Wind, Dodd Mead, 1952
Croyd: A Downtime Fantasy, Putnam, 1967
Dr. Orpheus: A Downtime Myth, Putnam, 1968
Deathstar Voyage: A Downtime Mystery Cruise, Putnam, 1969
The Purloined Prince, McCall, 1971
Pan Sagittarius, Putnam, 1973
A Voyage to Dari, DAW, 1974
The World Asunder, DAW, 1976
The Sign of the Mute Medusa, Popular Library, 1977
Z-Sting, DAW, 1978
Heller's Leap, DAW, 1979
The Lucifer Comet, DAW, 1980
The Rape of the Sun, DAW, 1982
Megalomania, DAW, 1989
Frank Cody, A Realist in Education, Macmillan, 1943
Off to Work, Stanwic House, 1962
Public Education in Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, 1963
Detroit: A Manual for Citizens, Board of Education, 1968
On Their Way: A Teacher's Guide for off to Work, Board of Education, 1968
Juvenile Fiction
Blast off at Woomera, Faber, 1957
The Domes of Pico, Faber, 1958
Operation Columbus, Faber, 1960
Moon Base One, Faber, 1961
Expedition Venus, Faber, 1962
Destination Mars, Faber, 1963
Terror by Satellite, Faber, 1964
Journey to Jupiter, Faber, 1965
Mission to Mercury, Faber, 1966
Spaceship to Saturn, Faber, 1967
The Mohole Mystery, Faber, 1968
Nearly Neptune, Faber, 1969
First Contact?, Faber, 1971
Passage to Pluto, Faber, and Nashville, Nelson, 1973
Tony Hale, Space Detective, Faber, 1973
Murder on Mars, Faber, 1975
Boy Astronaut, Abelard-Schumann, 1977
The Caves of Drach, Faber, 1977
The Last Disaster, Faber, 1978
The Blue Aura, Faber, 1979
First Family on the Moon, Abelard, 1979
The Dark Triangle, Faber, 1981
School on the Moon, Abelard, 1981
P-K, Severn House, 1986

N.C. Locations Associated with Pritchard, John Wallace

Resided in:
Asheville (City/Town)