Hammond Innes
1913-1998
 

Ralph Hammond Innes was born in Horsham, Sussex. He was educated at Cranbrook School, Kent. He worked as a journalist. In the Second World War he served in the Royal Artillery, first as a gunner and rising to the rank of major in the 8th Army. In 1978, he was awarded a C.B.E. In 1993, he received the Bouchercon Lifetime Achievement Award.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) The Doppelganger  1936
 2) Air Disaster  1937
 3) Sabotage Broadcast  1938
 4) All Roads Lead to Friday  1939
 5) The Trojan Horse  1940
 6) Wreckers Must Breathe (US Title: Trapped)  1940
 7) Attack Alarm  1941
 8) Dead and Alive  1946
9) The Killer Mine (Also published as: Run by Night)  1947
10) The Lonely Skier (US Title: Fire in the Snow)  1947
11) The Blue Ice  1948
12) Maddonís Rock (US Title: Gale Warning)  1948
13) The White South (US Title: The Survivors)  1949
14) The Angry Mountain  1950
15) Air Bridge  1951
16) Campbellís Kingdom  1952
17) The Strange Land (US Title: The Naked Land)  1954
18) The Mary Deare (US Title: The Wreck of the Mary Deare)  1956
19) The Land God Gave to Cain  1958
20) The Doomed Oasis  1960
21) Atlantic Fury  1962
22) The Strode Venturer  1965
23) Levkas Man  1971
24) The Golden Soak  1973
25) North Star  1974
26) Solomonís Seal  1980
27) The Black Tide  1982
28) High Stand  1985
29) Medusa  1988
30) Isvik  1991
31) Target Antarctica  1993
32) Delta Connection  1996

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