Martin Caidin
Books and Stories

Martin Caidin (1927-1997) wrote more than fifty books and at least a thousand magazine articles. An authority on aeronautics and aviation, he established his own company to promote these subjects for a younger audience. It was this work that caused him to begin writing fiction. He won the Aviation/Space Writers Association award twice. Perhaps his best-known work (for readers of sf) is Cyborg, which was adopted for The Six Million Dollar Man.Select a novel or story title to see the inventions from that work:

Cyborg, Random House, 1972

 

 

 

 

 

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