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Christopher Crosby Morris (born 1946) is an American author, singer-songwriter and composer, married to author Janet Morris. He is a defense policy and strategy analyst and a principal in M2 Technologies, Inc. He writes as Chris Morris, a shortened form of his name.

Chris Morris began writing music in 1966, fiction in 1984, and non-fiction in 1989. Much of his fiction and nonfiction literary work, including all of his book-length science fiction and fantasy, has been written in collaboration with his wife Janet Morris, with whom he has also written two novels under the joint pseudonym of Daniel Stryker and one novel under the pseudonym Casey Prescott. He has contributed short fiction to the shared universe series Thieves World, Heroes in Hell, and Merovingen Nights. He has written nonfiction on military and defense matters in collaboration with Janet Morris, including the book, The American Warrior, Longmeadow Press, (1992). Morris is leader of the Christopher Morris Band, whose album of the same name (MCA 2282), was released by MCA records in 1977. Morris served as Research Director and Senior Fellow at the United States Global Strategy Council in 1985-1995, and adjunct fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in 1992-94. At USGSC, Morris co-authored the nonlethal weapons concept and the seminal paper, Non-lethality: A Global Strategy, (US Global Strategy Council, 1989) and co-led the Council's Non-lethality Policy Working Group. Events surrounding Morris's work in the nonlethal weapons area are chronicled in Chapter 15 of War and Anti-War, by Alvin and Heidi Toffler, (Little, Brown, 1993). He served in 2004 as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations Independent Task Force on Non-Lethal Weapons, which produced the report Nonlethal Weapons and Capabilities.

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Thieves' World

  • City at the Edge of Time (1988) (with Janet Morris)
  • Tempus Unbound (1989) (with Janet Morris)
  • Storm Seed (1990) (with Janet Morris)

Heroes in Hell

  • The Little Helliad (1988) (with Janet Morris)

Theshold

  • Threshold (1990) (with Janet Morris)
  • Trust Territory (1992) (with Janet Morris)
  • The Stalk (1993) (with Janet Morris)

Merovingen Nights

  • Festival Moon (1987) (with Janet Morris)
  • Fever Season (1987)
  • Troubled Waters (1988)
  • Divine Right (1989)
  • Flood Tide (1990) (with Janet Morris)
  • Endgame (1991) (with Janet Morris)

Other novels

  • The 40-Minute War (1984) (with Janet Morris)
  • Medusa (1986) (with Janet Morris)
  • Outpassage (1988) (with Janet Morris)
  • Hawkeye (1991) (with Janet Morris, as by Daniel Stryker)
  • Cobra (1991) (with Janet Morris, as by Daniel Stryker)

Short stories

  • "What Women Do Best" (1984) (with Janet Morris)
  • "Undercover Angel" (1986)
  • "Son of the Morning" (1986)
  • "Snowballs in Hell" (1987)
  • "The Nature of Hell" (1987) (with Janet Morris)
  • "Sword Play" (1987) (with Janet Morris)
  • "Night Action" (1987)
  • "Hearts and Minds" (1987)
  • "Handmaids in Hell" (1987)
  • "The Ransom of Hellcat" (1987)
  • "Saying Yes to Drugs" 1987
  • "Red Light, Love Light" (1988)
  • "Sign On" (1988)
  • "Mystery" (1988) (with Janet Morris)
  • "Postpartum Blues (1989)
  • "Rapproachment" (1990) (with Janet Morris)
  • "Escape from Merovingen: Finale in Two Acts - Act One: The Fool Must Die" (1991) (with Janet Morris)
  • "Escape from Merovingen: Finale in Two Acts - Act Two: Escape From Merovingen" (1991) (with Janet Morris)
  • "Escape from Merovingen (Act One Reprised)" (1991) (with Janet Morris)
  • "Escape from Merovingen (Act One Reprised) (#2)" (1991) (with Janet Morris)

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