Charles Dye

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(1925 — 1960)

Dye was a SF author who began publishing with "The Last Orbit" for Amazing in February, 1950.

He was active for the next half-decade, soon publishing his only SF novel, Prisoner in the Skull (1952), in which ordinary Homo sapiens and a form of Superman engage in thriller-like confrontations.

He was married briefly (1951-1953) toKatherine MacLean, who wrote The Man Who Staked the Stars (July 1952, Planet Stories) and "Syndrome Johnny" (July 1951, Galaxy) under his name.

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