Martin Caidin is the author of two Indiana Jones novels.
He has a very unique style that unfortunately does not fit
Indy's adventures. He wrote too many books about flying and
tried to push Indiana Jones into this scheme.
Caidin wrote more than 200 books, more non-fiction than fiction.
He was unschooled, self-educated, and actively participated
in the race into space (he was with Wernher Von Braun's team
in 1955 at Cape Canaveral). Caidin loved aeronautical history
and wrote many historical works and historical fictions. He
began writing Science Fiction in 1956 and wrote the novel
"Cyborg", better known as "The Six Million Dollar Man" TV
series. Martin Caidin died at the age of 69.