Finn, born in London, authored three apparently completely forgettable SF novels:
- Time Marches Sideways, published by Hutchinson in 1950.
- Freaks Against Supermen, published by Gaywood Press (who?*), also in 1950. This one evidently has to do with a plague, supermen, and undermen.
- Captive on the Flying Saucers, also published by Gaywood Press, this time in 1951. The flying saucers are evidently from Venus.
If any has ever read any of these books, I'd l,ove to hear from them.
* Gaywood Press (this also from ISFDB) published only five books between 1950-2: Freaks Against Supermen (December, 1950); Captive on the Flying Saucers (January, 1951); Space Pirates by Astron del Martia (February, 1951); Dawn of Darkness by Astron del Martia (no month given, 1951); and Interstellar Empire by Astron del Martia (no month given, 1952). Most likely Gaywood had planned to issue monthly digest-sized sf books, but sales and distribution killed them. (And, of course, "Astron del Martia" was just one of twenty-three gazillion pen names for John Russell Fearn.)