Louis Trimble

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Louis Preston Trimble (2 March 1917 - 9 March 1988) was an American writer and academic. His published work included science fiction, westerns, and mysteries, as well as academic non-fiction. He generally wrote as Louis Trimble, but used the pseudonym "Stuart Brock" for some of his work.

His works include:

  • Anthropol (1968)
  • The Noblest Experiment in the Galaxy (1970)
  • The City Machine (1972)
  • The Guardians of the Gate (1972) (with Jacquelyn Trimble)
  • The Wandering Variables (1972)
  • The Bodelan Way (1974)
  • Bring Back Her Body (1953)
  • Stab in the Dark (1956)
  • Nothing to Lose But My Life (1957)
  • The Smell of Trouble (1958)
  • The Corpse Without A Country (1957)
  • Till Death Do Us Part (1959)
  • Mountain Ambush (1959)
  • Obit Deferred (1959)
  • Cargo For The Styx (1959)
  • The Duchess of Skid Row (1961)
  • Love Me and Die (1961)
  • The Surfside Caper (1961)
  • Whispering Canyon (1961) (as Stuart Brock)
  • The Desperate Deputy of Cougar Hill (1965)
  • English for Specific Purposes: Science and Technology (1981) (with Karl Drobnic)