Christopher Hodder-Williams


Christopher Hodder-Williams

Christopher Hodder-Williams (25 August 1926 - 15 May 1995) was an English 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][dead link]. 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