Books by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt

THE MAD COOK OF PYMATUNING by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 1, 2005

"The requisite blood-fest finale notwithstanding, a polished work of suspense."
Camp counselors run amuck in Lehmann-Haupt's chilling second novel (following A Crooked Man, 1995), set in a rustic 1950s Pennsylvania boys' camp. Read full book review >
A CROOKED MAN by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 1, 1995

"Having thrown stones for years, Lehmann-Haupt might better have stayed away from glass houses such as this one."
The senior daily book reviewer for the New York Times here offers his first novel, a Washington political thriller that strains credulity well beyond the breaking point. Read full book review >