Author:Malcolm Magoun Ferguson

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Malcolm Magoun Ferguson
American science fiction and horror author. Served in the US Army in WWII as a war correspondant. Antiquarian bookseller in later life.


  • The Polar Vortex (1946)
  • The House of Cards (1947)
  • A Damsel With a Dulcimer (1948)
  • Croatan (1948)
  • Terror Under Eridu (1949)
  • "Mr. Hyde—and Seek," in Weird Tales (May 1950, vol. 42, no. 4)


  • Columns in Concord Journal (1970s-2001)
  • Articles in Global Stamp News

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