Robert Anson Heinlein (1907-07-07 - 1988-05-08) was an American science fiction author known for writing about rather controversial topics, yet becoming popular enough to be published in mainstream magazines.
The first book I read of his was Stranger In a Strange Land because it was ranked so high on many top sci-fi lists. I really enjoyed the book, however, when I began reading his other work, I found that Stranger was not written in his normal style. Heinlein heroes are often callous and selfish, and, like many authors from his era, his stories are filled with a lot of sexism and bigotry that I find unpalatable.
If the rank is missing, I haven't yet read the book.
|Rocket Ship Galileo||1947|
|Beyond This Horizon||1948|
|Farmer In the Sky||1950|
|The Puppet Masters||1951|
|The Rolling Stones||1952|
|The Star Beast||1954|
|Tunnel In the Sky||1955|
|Time For the Stars||1956|
|Citizen of the Galaxy||1957|
|The Door Into Summer||1957-??-??||4|
|Have Space Suit-Will Travel||1958|
|Stranger In a Strange Land||1961-06-01||1|
|Podkayne of Mars||1963|
|Orphans of the Sky||1963|
|The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress||1966-??-??||3|
|I Will Fear No Evil||1970|
|Time Enough For Love||1973|
|The Number of the Beast||1980|
|Job: A Comedy of Justice||1984|
|The Cat Who Walks Through Walls||1985|
|To Sail Beyond the Sunset||1987|
|For Us, the Living: A Comedy of Customs||2003|
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_A._Heinlein - Wikipedia.