Carey Rockwell 1952—1956

Carey Rockwell

About

Carey Rockwell was the pseudonym used by Grosset & Dunlap. It’s unknown who actually wrote the books attributed to Rockwell or even if the Tom Corbett book we’re written by several authors. It is interesting to note, however, that while much of the content was original, a number of scenes and plot points were taken from the television series of the same name.

Available eBooks

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    Danger in Deep Space (1953)

    The book you have here – second in the Tom Corbett series by “Carey Rockwell” – is something special. Oh, it was a work made for hire, and after it had ...read more »

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    On the Trail of the Space Pirates (1953)

    This, the third book in the Tom Corbett series by “Carey Rockwell” (whoever he was in real life) is, like all of the Tom Corbett books, something specia...read more »

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    Sabotage in Space (1955)

    This, the seventh and final book in the Tom Corbett series is, like all these books, something special. It’s another tale of the three young men who ser...read more »

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    Stand by for Mars! (1952)

    When we hear a work has been written by person or persons unknown under a house pseudonym, was part of a series that ran simultaneously in the newspaper...read more »

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    The Revolt on Venus (1954)

    For the young cadets of the famous Space Academy Polaris unit a month’s leave would seem to be a perfect time for rest. But they have other ideas when t...read more »

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    The Space Pioneers (1953)

    This, the fourth book in the “Tom Corbett” series by “Carey Rockwell”, is, like all of the “Tom Corbett” books, something special. It’s another tale of ...read more »

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    Treachery in Outer Space (1954)

    This, the sixth book in the Tom Corbett series is, something special. It’s another tale of the three young men who serve in the Solar Guard as Space Cad...read more »