Krepps was born in 1919 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and died in 1980 in Florida. He wrote many science-fiction short stories for pulp magazines. However, he also wrote a handful of novels set in southern Africa. Those novels are all within my collection.
He also wrote under the pseudonyms Beatrice Brandon, Jake Logan, and Geoffrey St. Reynard.
Click either image of the books above to view individual images of different editions of the novels.
KREPPS, ROBERT W(ilson) (1919-1980); Writer and editor. * * Fear Is a Brassy Taste, (ss) Bluebook Feb 1956 * * Ghost Killer, (ss) o Argosy (UK) Oct 1957 * * King in Shag, (ss) Colliers Dec 29 1951 * * Massacre at Kimurangu, (ss) The Saturday Evening Post Jul 2 1955 * * A Psychiatrist Named Pete (with Horace L. Gold), (ss) Bluebook Mar 1954 * * The Return of Virtue, (ss) Colliers Sep 9 1950 * * Sunset of the Mammoth, (ss) o Argosy (UK) Jun 1953 * * Trial By Rhino, (ss) The Saturday Evening Post Apr 9 1955 * * Warrior?s Challenge, (ss) o Argosy (UK) Sep 1952 * * Westward the Eggs (with Horace L. Gold), (ss) The Country Gentleman May 1954