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Jack Higgins

(Harry Patterson)

A pseudonym used by Harry Patterson

Jack Higgins was a soldier and then a teacher before becoming a full-time writer. The Eagle Has Landed turned him into an international bestselling author and his novels have since sold over 250 million copies and been translated into fifty-five languages. Many of them have also been made into successful films.
 
Jack Higgins recommends
The Fireman
The Fireman (1989)
Stephen Leather
"In the top rank of thriller writers."
Eighth Day
Eighth Day (1991)
Glover Wright
"The work of a master thriller writer."
House of Fire
House of Fire (1995)
Conor Cregan
"A remarkable thriller."
A Flash of Red
A Flash of Red (1996)
(Tyler Vance, book 1)
Clay Harvey
"One of the best thriller debuts in years."
Affairs of State
Affairs of State (1996)
Tony MacAulay
"A major new talent. The best thing of its kind since The Day of the Jackal."
Quicksand
Quicksand (1996)
(Alec Hillsden)
Bryan Forbes
"He has moved to the very front rank of world thriller writers."
Nimitz Class
Nimitz Class (1997)
(Arnold Morgan, book 1)
Patrick Robinson
"An absolutely marvellous thriller, one of the best things of its kind I have read in years."
A Different War
A Different War (1997)
(Mitchell Gant, book 3)
Craig Thomas
"In a class by itself a chillingly, superbly researched thriller."
Storm Crow
Storm Crow (1998)
(Storm Crow, book 1)
Jeff Gulvin
"Absolutely marvellous. One of the best thrillers I've read this year."
Dwelling in the Gray
Dwelling in the Gray (2000)
(Tyler Vance, book 3)
Clay Harvey
"One of the best."
A Game of Spies
A Game of Spies (2002)
John Altman
"If there are thriller writers better than this, I'd like to know who they are."
Cold Monday
Cold Monday (2003)
Terence Strong
"Extremely good."
The Berlin Conspiracy
The Berlin Conspiracy (2006)
(Jack Teller, book 1)
Tom Gabbay
"A cold war thriller of real brilliance."
The Mullah's Storm
The Mullah's Storm (2010)
(Parson and Gold, book 1)
Thomas W Young
"A magnificent novel. Courage and honor in the face of the enemy have not been so brilliantly portrayed since the great novels of World War II."



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