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William Dixon Bell

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William Dixon Bell

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Full Name: William Dixon Bell
Born: May 10, 1865
Texas, USA
Died: December 8, 1951
Los Angeles, California, USA
Occupation: Author
Nationality: American


Author of Young Adult adventure novels, including The Lost Aviators: A Story of Adventure (1924), a Lost Race tale in which a young aviator (see Airplane Boys) discovers a Mayan civilization in Honduras; The Moon Colony (1937), in which the protagonists, adventurously travelling to the Moon, find there a Planetary Romance-style colony, complete with giant grasshoppers which can be ridden like horses; The Sacred Scimiter (1938), a fantasy set in Arabia; and The Secret of Tibet (1938), which is also a Lost Race tale featuring Airplane Boys.

Works in the WWEnd Database

 Ron Miller Science Fiction Classics

 16. (1938)


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