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Graham Keeler is a British writer and author of both fiction and non-fiction books.

Born in Hertfordshire and brought up in neighboring Essex, he graduated in 1965 with First Class Honours in Physics from Queen Mary College in London, before continuing to a PhD in 1969.

In 1970, he began lecturing Physics at Salford University where he began developing an interest in the computational side of the subject.

He eventually retired from full-time teaching in 2002, but still continued to work part-time at the University until 2012.

Currently in his 70s, Graham is married with three grown-up daughters and four grandchildren.

Other than his fascination by astrophysics and space travel, he loves playing badminton, tennis and flying in the UK and abroad thanks to his private pilot’s licence.

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Non Series
  • Stowaway To The Stars (2012)
  • Stowaway To The Stars (2019)
Non-fiction
  1. Getting the most from your Apple II/IIe/IIc (1984)
  2. Machine Level Programming on the Apple II-IIe (1984)
  3. Apple Prodos Disk/File Handling (1985)
  4. THE SUPER-USER'S BBC MICRO BOOK (1985)
  5. Solid State Physics Simulations (Consortium for Upper Level Physics Software) (1996)

Detailed book overview

Non Series

Stowaway To The Stars

When Larry, a covert agent for the Interstellar Exploration Programme, comes across a secret operation by Zilon, a merciless member of the Galactic Union, he finds himself caught up in a conspiracy by the Ziloni and a fugitive from the Union.

Karen is desperately looking for the man responsible for the death of her sister. A rash decision and unfortunate case of mistaken identity however changes the entire course of her life. Now a stowaway on Larry’s spacecraft, her entire future is now irreversibly glued to his.

When Larry goes on a perilous mission at a Ziloni military base, all in a bid to collect evidence that will help clear his name, Karen has little choice but to accompany him.

There, they will face a stern test as they battle against the collective strength of the Ziloni and the Galactic Union.

Author: Graham Keeler
First Release: 2012
ISBN: 978-1909224124
Publisher: Netherworld Books
Stowaway To The Stars

When Larry, a covert agent for the Interstellar Exploration Programme, comes across a secret operation by Zilon, a merciless member of the Galactic Union, he finds himself caught up in a conspiracy by the Ziloni and a fugitive from the Union.

Karen is desperately looking for the man responsible for the death of her sister. A rash decision and unfortunate case of mistaken identity however changes the entire course of her life. Now a stowaway on Larry’s spacecraft, her entire future is now irreversibly glued to his.

When Larry goes on a perilous mission at a Ziloni military base, all in a bid to collect evidence that will help clear his name, Karen has little choice but to accompany him.

There, they will face a stern test as they battle against the collective strength of the Ziloni and the Galactic Union.

This self-published second edition of Stowaway to the Stars, which has a newly designed cover, contains additional scenes originally left out to meet size requirements by Netherworld Books.

Author: Graham Keeler
First Release: 2019
Ebook: B07MWBPBGL

Non-fiction

Getting the most from your Apple II/IIe/IIc
This book provides an extensive guide to the features and capabilities of all the machines in the Apple II family, arranged so that readers can find the particular information they require quickly and easily. It is in two sections; an introduction to using the Apple for first time users, and a wealth of information on a range of more advanced topics.
Author: Graham Keeler
First Release: 1984
ISBN: 978-0201146554
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Machine Level Programming on the Apple II-IIe

This book by Graham Keeler describes the Use of 6502 Machine Language Operations & How Machine Code Is Implemented on the Apple. Inside the book, you will also find Details of the System Monitor, Use of BASIC, Memory Usage, Graphics & Interfacing.

Author: Graham Keeler
First Release: 1984
ISBN: 978-0135418970
Publisher: Longman Higher Education
Apple Prodos Disk/File Handling

This book provides an essential introduction to ProDOS, the new disk operation system introduced by Apple for the Apple II series of computers. It gives comprehensive coverage of all aspects of disk and file handling with Apple ProDOS, from fundamental principles to technical details.

Author: Graham Keeler
First Release: 1985
ISBN: 978-0130388292
Publisher: Prentice Hall International
THE SUPER-USER'S BBC MICRO BOOK

The aim of this book is to introduce readers to the treasure house of possibilities of the BBC microcomputer. It covers a range of advanced aspects including structured features of BBC BASIC, disc file handling, advanced programming, strings and mathematical functions.

Author: Graham Keeler
First Release: 1985
ISBN: 978-0201154351
Solid State Physics Simulations (Consortium for Upper Level Physics Software)

The Consortium for Upper Level Physics Software (CUPS) has developed a comprehensive series of Nine Book/Software packages that Wiley will publish in FY `95 and `96.

CUPS is an international group of 27 physicists, all with extensive backgrounds in the research, teaching, and development of instructional software.

The project is being supported by the National Science Foundation (PHY–9014548), and it has received other support from the IBM Corp., Apple Computer Corp., and George Mason University. The Simulations being developed are: Astrophysics, Classical Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism, Modern Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Solid State, Thermal and Statistical, and Wave and Optics.

This book has been authored by Ian D. Johnston; Graham Keeler; Roger Rollins; Steven Spicklemire.

Author: Graham Keeler
First Release: 1996
ISBN: 978-0471548850
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons