Fanthorpe, R L

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(1935-    ) UK author who became a schoolteacher and preacher, an occupation to which he returned after the end of his fiction-writing career. From 1954 to 1965 Fanthorpe was an sf writer of remarkable productivity, towards the end of that period producing novels on a weekly schedule for Badger Books, an imprint of John Spencer and Co, work-for-hire for which he was paid £22.50 per 45,000-word volume, dictating his tales into a battery of tape-recorders for transcription by members of his family or by friends. The rushed endings of many of his novels were a result of this practice, as he often did not know how close he was to his allotted word-length until batches of typing had been completed; if a tale had reached its length while still in mid-plot, it would be truncated forthwith; other passages, composed when he was running short and comprising reiterated narrative and sentence fragments, sound (when read aloud) like a particularly dire form of oral poetry. It has been claimed of Fanthorpe that for the years in which he wrote, chiefly 1958 to 1965, he was the world's most prolific writer in the genre.

His first story, written at the age of 16, was "Worlds without End" for Futuristic Science Stories #6 in 1952 as by Lionel Roberts. His first novel, Menace from Mercury (1954), was published under the House Name Victor La Salle; other House Names under which he would work were John E Muller and Karl Zeigfreid. Within a few years he was responsible for the vast majority of Badger's sf and supernatural output, both novels and collections of stories, some of the former and all of the latter being included in the numbered series Supernatural Stories. After John Spencer and Co folded, Fanthorpe fell silent, though he made a brief comeback as a fiction writer with The Black Lion (1979), written in collaboration with his wife, Patricia Fanthorpe (1938-    ); it is a not-unsuccessful Fantasy, the first of a projected (but not completed) trilogy. He has continued to produce copious nonfiction, chiefly examinations of real-world mysteries or alleged mysteries (sometimes in the spirit of Charles Fort), again in collaboration with Patricia Fanthorpe, and – in his capacity as a vicar – devotional and inspirational chapbooks.

One series of some interest, published under the Bron Fane pseudonym in Supernatural Stories, chronicles the adventures of the Bulldog Drummond-like Val Stearman and the immortal La Noire: "The Seance" (1958 Supernatural Stories #14), "The Secret Room" (1958 Supernatural Stories #17), "Valley of the Vampire" (1958 Supernatural Stories #20), "The Silent Stranger" (1959 Supernatural Stories #21), "The Other Line" (1959), "The Green Cloud" (1959), "Pursuit" (1959), "Jungle of Death" (1959 Supernatural Stories #23), "The Crawling Fiend" (1960 Supernatural Stories #30), "Curtain Up" (1960 Supernatural Stories #33), "The Secret of the Lake" (1960 Supernatural Stories #37), "The Loch Ness Terror" (1960 Supernatural Stories #38) (see Loch Ness Monster), "The Deathless Wings" (1961 Supernatural Stories #39), "The Green Sarcophagus" (1961 Supernatural Stories #41), "Black Abyss" (1961 Supernatural Stories #43), "Forbidden City" (1961 Supernatural Stories #47), "The Secret of the Pyramid" (1961 Supernatural Stories #49), "Something at the Door" (1961 Supernatural Stories #51), "Forbidden Island" (1962 Supernatural Stories #53), "Storm God's Fury" (1962 Supernatural Stories #55), "Vengeance of the Poltergeist" (1962 Supernatural Stories #57), "The Persian Cavern" (1962 Supernatural Stories #59), "Chasm of Time" (1962 Supernatural Stories #61), "The Voice in the Wall" (1962 Supernatural Stories #65), "Cry in the Night" (1962 Supernatural Stories #67), "The Nine Green Men" (1963 Supernatural Stories #69), "The Man Who Never Smiled" (1963 Supernatural Stories #71), "Return Ticket" (1963 Supernatural Stories #73, as "Return Fare" in contents), "The Room that Never Was" (1963 Supernatural Stories #75), "The Walker" (1963 Supernatural Stories #77), Softly By Moonlight (1963), "The Thing from Sheol" (1963 Supernatural Stories #81), "The Man Who Knew" (1963 Supernatural Stories #83), Unknown Destiny (1964), "The Warlock" (1964), The Macabre Ones (1964), "The Troll" (1964), "The Walking Shadow" (1964 Supernatural Stories #87), "The Lake Thing" (1964 Supernatural Stories #93) as by Pel Torro, "The Accursed" (1965 Supernatural Stories #97), "The Prodigy" (1965 Supernatural Stories #99), U.F.O. 517 (1965) in the SF series, "Girdle of Fear" (1965 Supernatural Stories #101), "Repeat Programme" (1966 Supernatural Stories #103) and "The Resurrected Enemy" (1966 Supernatural Stories #105).

Apart from those listed below in connection with book titles, Fanthorpe's magazine pseudonyms included Neil Balfort, Othello Baron, Oben Lerteth, Elton T Neef, Peter O'Flinn, René Rolant, Robin Tate and Deutero Spartacus. All but the last are partial anagrams of his name. "Curse of the Khan" (1966 Supernatural Stories #105), the title story of what Fanthorpe knew would be the final supernatural volume, is a Recursive romp in which he and six of his pseudonyms (several more being mentioned in passing) fight seven occult Monsters. [MJE/JC]

see also: Noel Bertram; Shakespeare.

Robert Lionel Fanthorpe

born Dereham, Norfolk: 9 February 1935

died

works

We list works written as R L Fanthorpe first (as we do with other writers whose careers involve multiple pseudonyms applied almost at random; see also John Russell Fearn); in Fanthorpe's case, however, collections are listed below (see note). Pseudonymous works are arranged under each pseudonym separately; pseudonyms are arrayed according to the first book publication under that particular name.

Serial numbers in the Badger Books science fiction (SF) and supernatural (SN) series are noted in the comment fields.

as R L Fanthorpe

  • The Waiting World (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1958) [pb/uncredited]
  • Alien from the Stars (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) [SF 15: pb/uncredited]
  • Fiends (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) [SF 22: pb/Edgar Hodges]
  • Space-Bornesfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) [SF 20: pb/Eddie Jones]
  • Hyperspacesfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) [SF 17: pb/uncredited]
  • Doomed Worldsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [SF 25: pb/Carlo Jacono]
  • Out of the Darknesssfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [SN 35: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Satellitesfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [SF 27: pb/Carlo Jacono]
  • Asteroid Mansfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [SF 35: pb/Cha' Bril]
  • Hand of Doomsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [SF 44: pb/uncredited]
  • Flame Masssfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) [SF 49: pb/Ed Emshwiller]
  • The Golden Chalice (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) [SN 50: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Space Furysfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) [SF 77: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Negative Minussfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) [SF 88: pb/Henry Fox?]
  • Neuron Worldsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1965) [SF 108: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Triple Man (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1965) [SN 96: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Unconfined (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1966) [SN 102: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Watching World (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1966) [SF 118: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Black Lion (Cardiff, Wales: Greystoke Mowbray Ltd, 1979) with Patricia Fanthorpe [pb/Kevin Walker]

works under various pseudonyms

as Victor La Salle

as L P Kenton

  • Destination Moon (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) as by L P Kenton [SF 14: pb/S Nicholson]

as Lionel Roberts

  • Dawn of the Mutantssfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) as by Lionel Roberts [SF 18: pb/uncredited]
  • Time Echosfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) as by Lionel Roberts [SF 23: pb/Eddie Jones]
    • Time Echosfgateway.com (New York: Arcadia House, 1964) as by Robert Lionel [note changed pseudonym: hb/]
  • Cyclops in the Skysfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Lionel Roberts [SF 26: pb/Carl Jacono]
  • The In-World (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Lionel Roberts [SF 37: pb/Ed Emshwiller?]
  • The Face of X (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Lionel Roberts [SF 39: pb/Ed Emshwiller]
    • The Face of X (New York: Arcadia House, 1965) as by Robert Lionel [note changed pseudonym: hb/]
  • The Last Valkyrie (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Lionel Roberts [SN 40: pb/Rainey]
  • The Synthetic Ones (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Lionel Roberts [SF 52: pb/uncredited]
  • Flame Goddesssfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Lionel Roberts [SN 46: pb/uncredited]

as Leo Brett

  • Exit Humanitysfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Leo Brett [SF 40: pb/Schultz]
  • The Microscopic Ones (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Leo Brett [SF 43: pb/Ed Valigursky]
  • The Faceless Planet (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Leo Brett [SF 47: pb/Richard Powers]
  • March of the Robots (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Leo Brett [SF 53: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Black Infinity (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Leo Brett [SN 44: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Mind Force (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Leo Brett [SF 54: pb/uncredited]
  • Nightmaresfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) as by Leo Brett [SN 54: pb/uncredited]
  • Face in the Night (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) as by Leo Brett [SN 57: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Immortals (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) as by Leo Brett [SN 62: pb/Henry Fox]
  • They Never Come Backsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Leo Brett [SN 68: pb/uncredited]
  • The Forbidden (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Leo Brett [SN 72: pb/Henry Fox]
  • From Realms Beyondsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Leo Brett [SN 74: pb/uncredited]
  • The Alien Ones (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Leo Brett [SF 94: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Power Spheresfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Leo Brett [SF 95: pb/Henry Fox]

as Bron Fane

  • Juggernautsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Bron Fane [SF 41: pb/Ed Emshwiller]
    • Blue Juggernaut (New York: Arcadia House, 1965) as by Bron Fane [vt of the above: hb/]
  • Last Man on Earthsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Bron Fane [SF 46: pb/uncredited]
  • Rodent Mutation (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Bron Fane [SF 55: pb/uncredited]
  • The Intruders (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Bron Fane [SF 89: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Softly By Moonlightsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Bron Fane [SN 80: Val Stearman: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Somewhere Out Theresfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Bron Fane [SF 92: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Unknown Destinysfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Bron Fane [SN 84: Val Stearman: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Macabre Ones (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Bron Fane [SN 90: Val Stearman: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Nemesis (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Bron Fane [SF 100: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Suspensionsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Bron Fane [SF 102: pb/Henry Fox]
  • U.F.O. 517sfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1965) as by Bron Fane [SF 115: pb/Henry Fox]

as Trebor Thorpe

  • Five Faces of Fear (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Trebor Thorpe [SN 32: pb/Symeon]
  • Lightning Worldsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Trebor Thorpe [SF 38: pb/Ed Emshwiller]

as Pel Torro

  • Frozen Planetsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Pel Torro [SF 42: pb/Ed Valigursky]
  • World of the Godssfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Pel Torro [SF 45: pb/Ed Valigursky]
  • The Phantom Ones (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Pel Torro [SN 48: pb/Rainey]
  • Legion of the Lostsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) as by Pel Torro [SN 66: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Strange Ones (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Pel Torro [SN 70: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Galaxy 666sfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Pel Torro [SF 86: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Formula 29X (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Pel Torro [SF 87: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Timeless Ones (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Pel Torro [SN 76: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Through the Barrier (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Pel Torro [SF 91: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Last Astronaut (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Pel Torro [SF 93: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Face of Fear (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Pel Torro [SN 82: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Return (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Pel Torro [SF 101: pb/Henry Fox]
    • Exiled in Spacesfgateway.com (New York: Arcadia House, 1969) as by Pel Torro [vt of the above: hb/]
  • Space No Barrier (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Pel Torro [SF 106: pb/Henry Fox?]
    • Man of Metal (New York: Lennox House, 1969) as by Pel Torro [vt of the above: hb/]
  • Force 97Xsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1965) as by Pel Torro [SF 110: pb/Henry Fox]

as John E Muller

John E Muller was a House Name of John Spencer and Co.

as Karl Zeigfreid

Karl Zeigfreid was a House Name of John Spencer and Co.

as Lee Barton

  • The Unseen (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Lee Barton [SN 77: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Shadow Man (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1966) as by Lee Barton [SN 104: pb/Henry Fox]

as Erle Barton

  • The Planet Seekers (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Erle Barton [SF 99: pb/Henry Fox]

as Thornton Bell

  • Space Trapsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Thornton Bell [SF 98: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Chaossfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Thornton Bell [SN 92: pb/uncredited]

as Neil Thanet

  • Beyond the Veilsfgateway.com (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Neil Thanet [SN 86: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Man Who Came Back (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Neil Thanet [SN 88: pb/Henry Fox]

collections

Supernatural Stories

All published under the Supernatural Stories label; for convenience (and because we think the designation fits) we here treat Supernatural Stories as the overtitle of a sequence of collections, not as a magazine. Fanthorpe's practice with stories was generally to provide all the contents of a particular issue/release, using several pseudonyms in addition to his own name, and thus creating in effect a series of collections. These collections are listed below under the story named on the cover, though in fact this title might not actually appear within (covers were generated before the stories were written); pseudonymous work by other authors occasionally appears in titles otherwise entirely written by Fanthorpe. In order to make some clear sense of this mass of work, we have here violated our normal practice of designating such books as anthologies, and we do not list them separately in this Encyclopedia.

In a further attempt to rationalize Fanthorpe's collections, we list them below in one chronology, without any attempt to sort them under possible pseudonyms. The list is ordered according to numbering in the publisher's SN (supernatural) sequence. Cover credit is to Fanthorpe if no "as by" pseudonym is given.

  • The Incredulist (London: John Spencer and Co, 1954) as by Lionel Roberts [coll: SN 2: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • Resurgam (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1957) [coll: SN 12: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Secret of the Snows (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1957) [coll: SN 13: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • The Flight of the Valkyries (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1958) [coll: SN 14: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • Out of This World (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1958) [coll: SN 15: this is the only SN book with a separate title; Fanthorpe's cover story is "Watchers of the Forest": Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • Guardians of the Tomb (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1958) as by Lionel Roberts [coll: SN 16: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • Call of the Werewolf (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1958) [coll: SN 17: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • The Golden Warrior (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1958) as by Lionel Roberts [coll: SN 19: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • The Death Note (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1958) [coll: SN 20: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • The Haunted Pool (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1956) as by Trebor Thorpe [coll: SN 21: "Trevor Thorpe" on cover and in contents: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • Mermaid Reef (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) [coll: SN 23: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • The Drud (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) as by Leo Brett [coll: SN 24: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • The Return (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) as by Leo Brett [coll: SN 25: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • The Ghost Rider (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1959) [coll: SN 27: Supernatural Stories: pb/Ray Theobald]
  • The Crawling Fiend (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) as by Bron Fane [coll: SN 30: Supernatural Stories: pb/Eddie Jones]
  • The Man Who Couldn't Die (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [coll: SN 33: Supernatural Stories: pb/Jacohol]
  • Face of Evil (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [coll: SN 36: Supernatural Stories: pb/P Barton]
  • Werewolf at Large (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [coll: SN 37: cover spelling is "Werwolf": Supernatural Stories: pb/O Rainey]
  • Whirlwind of Death (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1960) [coll: SN 38: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Voodoo Hell Drums (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) as by Trebor Thorpe [coll: SN 39: Supernatural Stories: pb/O Rainey]
  • Fingers of Darkness (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) [coll: SN 41: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Face in the Dark (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) [coll: SN 43: Supernatural Stories: pb/O Rainey]
  • The Devil from the Depths (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) [coll: SN 47: Supernatural Stories: pb/O Rainey]
  • Centurion's Vengeance (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) [coll: SN 49: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Grip of Fear (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1961) [coll: SN 51: Supernatural Stories: pb/O Raibney]
  • Chariot of Apollo (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) [coll: SN 53: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Storm God's Fury (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) as by Bron Fane [coll: SN 55: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Hell has Wings (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) [coll: SN 57: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Graveyard of the Damned (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) [coll: SN 59: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Darker Drink (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) [coll: SN 61: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Curse of the Totem (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) [coll: SN 65: Supernatural Stories: pb/O Rainey]
  • The Frozen Tomb (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1962) as by Leo Brett [coll: SN 67: Supernatural Stories: pb/O Rainey]
  • Goddess of Night (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) [coll: SN 69: cover title differs from story title "Lilith Goddess of Night": Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Twilight Ancestor (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) [coll: SN 71: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Sands of Eternity (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) [coll: SN 73: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Phantom Crusader (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Leo Brett [coll: SN 75: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Moon Wolf (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) [coll: SN 77: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Thing from Sheol (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Bron Fane [coll: SN 81: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Roman Twilight (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1963) as by Olaf Trent [coll: SN 83: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Avenging Goddess (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) [coll: SN 85: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Death has Two Faces (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) [coll: SN 87: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Shrouded Abbot (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) [coll: SN 89: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Hand from Gehenna (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Phil Nobel [coll: SN 91: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Walking Shadow (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1964) as by Bron Fane [coll: SN 93: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Bitter Reflection (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1965) [coll: SN 95: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Call of the Wild (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1965) [coll: SN 97: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Vision of the Damned (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1965) [coll: SN 99: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • The Sealed Sarcophagus (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1965) [coll: SN 101: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Stranger in the Shadow (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1966) [coll: SN 103: title story ascribed to Fanthorpe on cover but to Elton T Neef in contents: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]
  • Curse of the Khan (London: John Spencer and Co/Badger Books, 1966) [coll: SN 105: Supernatural Stories: pb/Henry Fox]

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