William Gray Beyer

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William Gray Beyer
Occupation short story writer, novelist
Nationality United States
Period 1939 to 1951
Genre Science fiction, Mystery

William Gray Beyer was an American writer of science fiction and mystery.


William Gray Beyer worked his way through the Drexel Institute by selling radio receivers. He worked at many jobs including taxi driving, sales, railroading and police work. He was active as a writer from 1939 to 1951 and his stories appeared in the pulp magazines of that period including Argosy. His book, Minions of the Moon was published by Gnome Press in 1950.


Beyer's Minions of the Moon was reprinted in Two Complete Science-Adventure Books in 1952
  • Minions of the Moon (1939)
  • "Let 'Em Eat Space" (1939)
  • "Minions of Mars" (1940)
  • "Minions of Mercury" (1940)
  • "Minions of the Shadow" (1941)
  • Eenie, Meenie, Minie — Murder! (1945)
  • Murder Secretary (1945)
  • Death of a Puppeteer (1946)
  • Murder by Arrangement (1948)
  • "The Deadly Thinkers" (1951)
  • Minions of the Shadow : and the other Mark Nevin-Omega novels (omnibus, 2003)


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