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Christopher Hodder-Williams (1926 - 1995) was a British writer, mainly of science fiction, but he wrote novels about aviation and espionage as well. Many of his books are early examples of what would later be called techno-thrillers[1]. He also worked as a composer and lyricist [2][3]. His full name was John Christopher Glazebrook Hodder-Williams.

Contents

Partial bibliography

Novels

  • The Cummings Report (1957) originally published as by James Brogan
  • Chain Reaction (1959)
  • The Egg-Shaped Thing (1962)
  • The Main Experiment (1966)
  • Fistful of Digits (1968)
  • 98.4 (1969) also published as Ninety-Eight Point Four
  • Final Approach (1973)
  • Higher They Fly (1973)
  • Panic O'Clock (1973)
  • Coward's Paradise (1974)
  • Turbulence (1974)
  • The Prayer Machine (1976)
  • The Silent Voice (1977)
  • The Thinktank That Leaked (1979)
  • Chromosome Game (1984)

Teleplays

For Armchair Theatre

  • The Ship That Couldn't Stop (1961) [4]
  • The Higher They Fly (1963)[5]
  • A Voice in the Sky (1965) [6]

For the British television series Suspense

  • The White Hot Coal (1962) [7]

External resources


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