Alexander Key (novelist)
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Who is Alexander Key?
Alexander Key: Alexander Hill Key was an American science fiction writer, most of whose books were aimed at a juvenile audience.
- also known as Alexander Hill Key
- born on (110 years ago) in La Plata
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer, novelist
- died on (35 years ago) in Eufaula
- written works: "The Wrath and the Wind", "The Forgotten Door", "The Incredible Tide", "Rivets and Sprockets", "The Red Eagle", "Sprockets: A Little Robot", "Return from Witch Mountain", "Flight to the Lonesome Place", "Bolts - A Robot Dog", "The Magic Meadow", "Jagger, the Dog from Elsewhere", "The Preposterous Adventures of Swimmer", "The Case of the Vanishing Boy", "With Daniel Boone on the Caroliny trail", "The golden enemy", "The strange white doves", "The sword of Aradel", "Mystery of the sassafras chair", "Cherokee boy", "Escape to Witch Mountain"
- film written: Return from Witch Mountain
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