Frederick Forsyth Books in Order

Frederick Forsyth Book LIST (in order / by series)

Other books (Stand-alone):

  • The Deceiver (1991) – with Sam McCready
  • The Day of the Jackal (1971) – with ‘the Jackal’
  • The Phantom of Manhattan (1999)
  • The Odessa File (1972) – with Peter Miller
  • The Kill List (2013) – with ‘the Preacher’ [ location – Virginia ]
  • The Fourth Protocol (1984) – with Jim Rawlings / Kim Philby
  • The Dogs of War (1974) – with James Manson [ location – Zangara: Africa ]
  • The Cobra (2010) – with Paul Devereaux
  • The Negotiator (1989) – with Cyrus Miller
  • The Afghan (2006) – with Terry Martin
  • Avenger (2003) – with Calvin Dexter / Ricky Colenso [ location – New Jersey / Bosnia etc ]
  • The Fist of God (1994) – with Gerald Bull
  • Icon (1996) – with Igor Komarov
  • The Devil’s Alternative (1979) – with Andrew Drake / Miroslav Kaminsky
  • No Comebacks (1982) -> collection of short stories.
  • The Veteran (2001) -> collection of short stories: The Miracle, The Veteran, The Citizen, Whispering Wind and The Art of the Matter.
  • The Shepherd (1975)
  • The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue (2015) -> Autobiography.
  • Biafra Story (1969)
  • Great Flying Stories (1991)

Movies / TV Series from the books:

  • The Odessa File (1974) based on the book The Odessa File (1972). Stars Jon Voight as Peter Miller, Maximilian Schell as Eduard Roschmann and more.
  • The Dogs of War (1980) based on the book The Dogs of War (1974). Stars Christopher Walken as Jamie Shannon, Tom Berenger as Drew and more.
  • The Fourth Protocol (1987) based on the book The Fourth Protocol (1984). Stars Michael Caine as John Preston, Pierce Brosnan as James Edward Ross and more.
  • Icon (2005) based on the book Icon (1996). Stars Patrick Swayze as Jason Monk, Patrick Bergin as Igor Komarov and more.
  • Avenger (2006) based on the book Avenger (2003). Stars Sam Elliott as Calvin Dexter, Timothy Hutton as Frank McBride and more.

Awards:

  • Cartier Diamond Dagger (in 2012)
  • Edgar Award (in 1972) with the book The Day of the Jackal.
  • Martin Beck Award (in 1972) with the book The Day of the Jackal.
  • Grand Prix de Littérature Policière (in 1983) with the book No Comebacks.

Type of books / work – speculative fiction, spy fiction, suspense, thriller

Born – 25 August 1938

 

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