Arthur Wilson "Bob" Tucker (November 23, 1914 – October 6, 2006) was an American theater technician who became well known as a writer of mystery, action adventure, and science fiction under the name Wilson Tucker.
Arthur Wilson "Bob" Tucker (November 23, 1914 – October 6, 2006) was an American theater technician who became well known as a writer of mystery, action adventure, and science fiction under the name Wilson Tucker. Tucker was also a prominent member of science fiction fandom, who wrote extensively for fanzines under the name Bob Tucker, a family nickname bestowed in childhood (his own mispronunciation of the nickname "Bub").
The Time Masters book. Wilson Tucker (1914-2006) seems to have been in a hurry to finish the book. The paperback I have, printed in 1954 ( published in 1953), runs to 128 pages. It's the story of private detective Gilbert Nash.
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Time Masters may refer to. The Time Masters, a science fiction novel by Wilson Tucker. Time Masters, a 1995 novel by Gary Blackwood. Les Maîtres du temps, a Franco-Hungarian animated science fiction film. Time Masters, a DC comic book series starring Rip Hunter. Time Masters, an organization appearing in Legends of Tomorrow. Time Masters (game show), a 1996–98 Australian kids game show for Seven Network.
by. Tucker, Wilson, 1914-2006. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on May 18, 2010.
Written in 1970, Tucker does predictions into the near future, which happens to be our past. What I thought was interesting was that the president during the Carter administration was named "Mr. Meek. In 1980 he defeated the actor.
September 1974 : UK Paperback.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780586039175.
Brian Chaney, a scholar, has been chosen to travel in time.
The story takes place following a nuclear holocaust which wipes out every major city east of the Mississippi and leaves the survivors permanently infected with plague. To prevent the plague from spreading, the army sets up a cordon sanitaire along the Mississippi. Brian Chaney, a scholar, has been chosen to travel in time. He leaves his safe home in 1978, going to a world devastated by radiation and almost no one left. Won retrospective John W. Campbell Memorial Award in 1976.