The Man from UNCLE (series of novels)
The Man from UNCLE was a novel series based on and with the characters of the television series of the same name, which ran in Germany under the title Solo for ONCEL .
The Man from UNCLE
A total of 23 volumes appeared in the USA between 1965 and 1971 with Ace Books , a parallel, but in a different order and not at the same time in Great Britain with Souvenir Books under the imprint Four Square Books , had 14 volumes. Outside the series, the band The ABC of Espionage appeared in the United States and Great Britain in 1966 . In 1967/1968 five volumes in German translation were published by Heyne Verlag .
|No. (US)||No. (UK)||author||Original title||Year (US / UK)||German title||Year (DE)|
|1||1||Michael Avallone||The Man from UNCLE||1965||A thousand coffins are too many||1967|
|2||2||Harry Whittington||The Doomsday Affair||1965/1966|
|3||3||John Oram||The Copenhagen Affair||1965/1966||Focal point Copenhagen||1967|
|4th||6th||David McDaniel||The Dagger Affair||1965/1966|
|5||8th||John T. Phillifent||The Mad Scientist Affair||1966|
|6th||9||David McDaniel||The Vampire Affair||1966|
|7th||7th||Peter Leslie||The Radioactive Camel Affair||1966||The radioactive camel||1968|
|8th||12||David McDaniel||The Monster Wheel Affair||1967|
|9||10||Peter Leslie||The Diving Dames Affair||1967|
|10||J. Hunter Holly||The Assassination Affair||1967|
|11||Thomas Stratton||The Invisibility Affair||1967|
|12||Thomas Stratton||The Mind-Twisters Affair||1967|
|13||David McDaniel||The Rainbow Affair||1967|
|14th||Fredric Davies||The Cross of Gold Affair||1968|
|15th||David McDaniel||The Utopia Affair||1968|
|16||14th||Peter Leslie||The Splintered Sunglasses Affair||1968|
|17th||David McDaniel||The Hollow Crown Affair||1969|
|18th||16||Peter Leslie||The Unfair Fare Affair||1969/1968|
|19th||15th||John T. Phillifent||The Power Cube Affair||1969/1968|
|20th||13||John T. Phillifent||The Corfu Affair||1970/1967|
|21st||11||Joel Bernard||The Thinking Machine Affair||1970/1967|
|22nd||4th||John Oram||The Stone-Cold Dead in the Market Affair||1970/1966||Gloriana's night club||1967|
|23||5||Peter Leslie||The Finger in the Sky Affair||1971/1966||Flames over Nice||1968|
|24||David McDaniel||The Final Affair|
Volume 24 was written, but never appeared.
The Girl from UNCLE
Corresponding to the television series spin-off The Girl from UNCLE , there was also a corresponding series of novels, which, however, only brought together five volumes in the USA and Great Britain. The four volumes of the British series were published by Souvenir Books , the two volumes of the US series were published by Signet Books , with only the first volume appearing in both series.
|No. (US)||No. (UK)||author||title||Year (US)||Year (UK)|
|1||2||Michael Avallone||The Birds of a Feather Affair||1966||1967|
|2||Michael Avallone||The Blazing Affair||1966|
|1||Simon Latter||The Global Globules Affair||1967|
|3||Simon Latter||The Golden Boats of Taradata Affair||1967|
|4th||Peter Leslie||The Cornish Pixie Affair||1967|
Further series of novels
In addition to a certain extent "authorized" novel series, there were a number of novel series from the field Sexpionage - soft porn , some of which were also written by authors of the regular series. This includes:
- Ted Mark (d. I. Theodore Mark Gottfried): The Man from ORGY (15 vols., 1965–1981)
- FW Paul (d. I. Paul W. Fairman): The Man from STUD (11 vols., 1968–1971)
- Rod Gray (d. I. Gardner Fox): The Lady from LUST (25 vols., 1968–1975)
- Robert Reginald : Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature. Vol. 1. Wildside, 2010, ISBN 978-0-941028-76-9 , p. 744.
- ISFDB list
- ISFDB list (UK order)
- The Man from UNCLE on tonystrading.co.uk, accessed March 24, 2018
- The Girl from UNCLE on tonystrading.co.uk, accessed March 24, 2018
- ↑ The dates of the publication years of the US editions on tonystrading.co.uk differ, but are supposed to be based on an autopsy . The year given here is from Robert Reginald. It can be assumed that the information on the website refers to the year of the copyright.
- ^ Community pseudonym of Robert Coulson and Gene DeWeese .
- ↑ pseudonym of Ron Ellik .
- ↑ For example, Michael Avallone was involved in the series The Coxeman .