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Anthony Boucher. Rocket to the Morgue. 1942.
Anthony Boucher. Rocket to the Morgue by H. H. Holmes. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1942.
Anthony Boucher was the most widely used pseudonym of California writer William Anthony Parker White (1911–68), author of detective novels, science fiction and fantasy stories, and a considerable body of criticism. Rocket to the Morgue is a mystery set in the world of science fiction writing and fandom, with many portraits of his contemporaries, among them Robert A. Heinlein and editor John W. Campbell.