Michael Crichton
1942-2008
Pseudonyms: Jeffery Hudson and John Lange
 

Michael Crichton was born in Chicago. He graduated from Harvard University. He trained as a doctor and graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1969. By the time he graduated, he had already written a bestseller, The Andromeda Strain, and sold it to Hollywood. He has directed movies, and is the creator of the television series ER. Crichton also wrote under the pseudonyms 'Jeffery Hudson' and 'John Lange'. Visit also his official site.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) The Andromeda Strain  1969
 2) The Terminal Man  1972
 3) The Great Train Robbery (Edgar Award)  1975
 4) Eaters of the Dead  1976
 5) Congo  1980
 6) Sphere  1987
 7) Jurassic Park  1990
 8) Rising Sun  1992
 9) Disclosure  1993
10) The Lost World  1995
11) Airframe  1996
12) Timeline  1999
13) Prey  2002
14) State of Fear  2004
15) Next  2006
16) Pirate Latitudes  2009
17) Micro (with Richard Preston)  2011
As 'Jeffery Hudson'
 1) A Case of Need (Edgar Award)  1968
As 'John Lange'
 1) Odds On  1966
 2) Scratch One  1967
 3) Easy Go  1968
 4) Zero Cool  1969
 5) The Venom Business  1969
 6) Drug of Choice (UK Title: Overkill)  1970
 7) Grave Descend  1970
 8) Binary  1972
 9) The Last Tomb  1974

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