James B. Johnson

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James B. Johnson
Born 1944 (age 72–73)
Occupation author
Nationality American

James B. Johnson (born 1944) is an American author of Science Fiction novels.


  • 1981. Daystar and Shadow
  • 1987. Trekmaster (Published as "Triekmeister" in Germany.)
  • 1988. Mindhopper
  • 1989. Habu
  • 1991. A World Lost

"A World Lost" is a comedy with several NASCAR references. The protagonist's name is Rusty Wallace from the planet D'Earnhardt. A planet named Harrygant is also mentioned.

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