Gary Alan Ruse
Gary Alan Ruse began publishing SF with "Nanda" in Analog (August 1972). He lived in Florida and was a regular attendee at the early Tropicons. His Houndstooth (1975) features a spy dog with a computer implant that allows its human handlers to see through its eyes. His Game of Titans (1976) is a Technothriller while his The Gods of Cerus Major (1982) takes place on an unexplored planet. His Morlac: The Quest of the Green Magician (1986) is fantasy. Most of his genre writing took place in the 1970s and 1980s.
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