Alfred Coppel Books In Order

Rhada Books In Order

  1. The Rebel of Rhada (1969)
  2. The Navigator of Rhada (1969)

Goldenwing Cycle Books In Order

  1. Glory (1993)
  2. Glory’s War (1995)
  3. Glory’s People (1996)


  1. Night of Fire and Snow (1957)
  2. Dark December (1960)
  3. The Gate of Hell (1967)
  4. Order of Battle (1968)
  5. Rise With the Wind (1969)
  6. Between the Thunder and the Sun (1971)
  7. The Landlocked Man (1972)
  8. Thirty-Four East (1974)
  9. The Dragon (1977)
  10. The Hastings Conspiracy (1980)
  11. The Apocalypse Brigade (1981)
  12. The Burning Mountain (1983)
  13. The Marburg Chronicles (1985)
  14. The Korean War (1985)
  15. Fates Command Us (1986)
  16. Show Me a Hero (1987)
  17. A Land of Mirrors (1988)
  18. Wars and Winters (1993)
  19. The Eighth Day of the Week (1994)


  1. The Sentinel Stars / Warrior-Maid of Mars (2017)


  1. The Hills of Home (1956)
  2. Turnover Point (2009)
  3. The Invader (2011)
  4. The Peacemaker (2011)
  5. Turning Point (2011)
  6. The Rebel of Valkyr (2013)
  7. The Last Two Alive! (2013)

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Alfred Coppel Books Overview


Glory, a spaceship that once transported humans to colony planets, approaches Voerster carrying essential supplies, but discord among the crew and revolution on the planet jeopardize the mission. By the author of The Hastings Conspiracy. National

The Burning Mountain

Based on actual war plans of both nations, a wartime thriller about the American invasion of Japan which goes ahead when bad weather postpones the testing of a secret atomic device but the Japanese have anticipated every move. From the author of THE EIGHTH DAY and WARS AND WINTERS.

The Korean War

Begun in The Korean War: Pusan to Chosin, Donald Knox’s engrossing and stunning oral history continues here with the last two and a half years of the war and the uneasy armistice achieved in 1953. For too many Americans The Korean War is a piece of history that remains vaguely remembered and scantly acknowledged. Yet the death toll for U.S. service personnel in the three years in Korea was virtually the same as in ten years in Vietnam, and the motivation of the soldiers who risked their lives was no less noble than those who fought in World War II. Knox, determined that the human side of the Korean conflict the mud and the frost, the fear and the exultation, the gallantry and the sacrifice be fixed in memory, undertook the formidable task of collecting the experiences of the soldiers who fought in Korea. His own narrative, with additional text by Alfred Coppel, is interwoven here with soldiers’ words to create a riveting account of a brutal war.

The Hills of Home

Alfred Coppel was a science fiction writer in the middle of the 20th century. He wrote adventurous stories for numerous pulp magazines. Other works by Coppel can be found under his pseudonym Robert Cham Gilman.

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