Author

Manning Lee Stokes

American writer

1911   -   1976

country of citizenship: United States of America
occupation: writer, novelist, science fiction writer

Manning Lee Stokes (June 21, 1911 – January 5, 1976) was an American novelist who worked under a large number of pseudonyms. He specialized in pulp fiction, especially in the genres of mystery, detective fiction, westerns, sleaze, spy fiction and science fiction. Stokes is also notable as one of the innovators of the graphic novel.
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works

11

Double Identity

roman van Manning Lee Stokes

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1967

Istanbul

1965 novel

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1965

Web of Spies

roman van Manning Lee Stokes

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1966

The Devil's Cockpit

roman van Manning Lee Stokes

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1967

Spy Castle

roman van Manning Lee Stokes

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1966

The Golden Serpent

roman van Manning Lee Stokes

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1967

Macao

roman van Manning Lee Stokes

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1968

Mission to Venice

roman van Manning Lee Stokes

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1967

A Korean Tiger

novel in the Nick Carter-Killmaster series

author: Manning Lee Stokes

1967

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