John Gardner

John Gardner
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Born:November 20, 1926
Death:August 3, 2007 (aged 80)
Nationality:English
Writing Period:1964 to 2007

Starting in 1981, John Gardner picked up the James Bond series of novels, which was on hiatus since 1968. John Gardner has written the most James Bond books of any other author so far. Gardner stopped writing the series in 1996, but was shortly succeeded by Raymond Benson.

[edit] Bond Novels written by Gardner

[edit] Other Books written by Gardner

  • The Liquidator (1964)
  • Understrike (1965)
  • Amber Nine (1966)
  • Madrigal (1967)
  • Hideaway (1968)
  • A Complete State of Death (1969)
  • Founder Member (1969)
  • The Airline Pirates aka Air Apparent (1970)
  • Traitor's Exit (1970)
  • The Censor (1970)
  • Every Night's a Bullfight (1971)
  • Assassination File (1974)
  • Return of Moriarty (1974)
  • Corner Men (1974)
  • Revenge of Moriarty (1975)
  • To Run a Little Faster (1976)
  • Killer for a Song (1976)
  • The Werewolf Trace (1977)
  • The Dancing Dodo (1978)
  • Nostradamus Traitor (1979)
  • Garden of Weapons (1980)
  • Golgotha (1980)
  • Garden of Weapons (1980)
  • The Director (1982)
  • Quiet Dogs (1982)
  • Flamingo (1983)
  • Secret Generations (1985)
  • The Secret Houses (1988)
  • The Secret Families (1989)
  • Maestro (1993)
  • Confessor (1995)
  • Day of Absolution (2001)
  • Bottled Spider (2002)
  • The Streets of Town (2003)
  • Angels Dining at the Ritz (2004)
  • Troubled Midnight (2005)
  • No Human Enemy (2007)
Last edited by tidus04 on 2 October 2008 at 07:08
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