Books by Christopher Hyde

A GATHERING OF SAINTS by Christopher Hyde
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 1996

"Well-researched, relentlessly grim, and remarkably evocative of its time and place."
A baroque, delightfully gruesome serial-killer whodunit set in WW II London. Read full book review >
BLACK DRAGON by Christopher Hyde
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 25, 1992

"Well done."
An American intelligence officer investigates the sordid death of the President's new drug czar, learning, in the process, how enduring are the mysteries of the Orient and how rickety the democratic structures of the West—in a thriller from the Canadian author of Hard Target, Maxwell's Train, etc. Defense Department spy Philip Dane quickly concludes that he has landed in very sticky stuff when he reluctantly accepts an assignment to identify the men who caught America's top drug cop in flagrante and stoned to the gills, and who then tortured and murdered him. Read full book review >
HARD TARGET by Christopher Hyde
Released: Jan. 16, 1990

Here, Hyde (Maxwell's Train, 1985, etc.) writes of a hired assassin who stalks the President through the sewers of Washington, D.C., with the apparent blessing of the CIA—while the FBI, KGB, and the GRU try to sort out the politics, clues, and initials. Read full book review >