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Stanley Bennett Hough (1917–1998) was a British author of science fiction, for which he used the pseudonym Rex Gordon. He also published several novels under his own name.
Hough was a wireless operator on merchant and passenger ships. In World War II his ship was sunk near Algiers.
Hough's works as Rex Gordon covered space travel, time travel, alien encounters and planetary colonization. His other novels concerned nuclear warfare, neo-Nazis, crime and political crisis.
Hough was born in Preston, Lancashire and died in Falmouth, Cornwall.