Order of Brian Freemantle Books
Brian Freemantle is an English author of spy thriller novels. He is the author of the Charlie Muffin series. Before becoming a full-time novelist, Brian worked as a foreign correspondent and editor for newspapers such as the Daily Mail and the Daily Sketch. In April 1975, he organized an airlift rescue of South Vietnamese civilians during the Fall of Saigon, helping to evacuate 100 orphans. It was the only British-led airlift rescue. Originally from Southampton, England, Brian is now based out of London.
Brian Freemantle’s debut novel was entitled The Touchables, which was published in 1969. Below is a list of Brian Freemantle’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Charlie Muffin Books
Publication Order of Cowley and Danilov Books
Publication Order of Sebastian Holmes Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: Charlie Muffin was also published as Charlie M. Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie was also titled Here Comes Charlie M. Charlie Muffin’s Uncle Sam was also titled Charlie Muffin U.S.A. Charlie Muffin and Russian Rose was also published as The Blind Run. Charlie Muffin San was also titled See Charlie Run. Charlie’s Chance was also released as Bomb Grade.
The Button Man is also known as In the Name of a Killer. The Mary Celeste was written as John Maxwell. Deanen’s War was written as Jack Winchester. The Predators was written under the pen name of Harry Asher. Takeover was written as Jonathan Evans.
H.M.S. Bounty by John Maxwell was also published as Hell’s Paradise by Brian Freemantle. Misfire by Jonathan Evans was also published as Target by Brian Freemantle. The Solitary Man by Jack Winchester was also published as The Iron Cage by Brian Freemantle. The Midas Men by Jonathan Evans was also published as The Sagomi Gambit (as by Evans) and as Gold (as by Brian Freemantle). Chairman of the Board by Jonathan Evans was also released as Takeover (as by Evans) and as At Any Price (as by Brian Freemantle). Monopoly by Jonathan Evans was also published as Kremlin Correction (as by Evans) and as Kremlin Conspiracy (as by Brian Freemantle). Rules of Engagement by Jonathan Evans was also released as The Vietnam Legacy by Brian Freemantle. The Kremlin Kiss by Jonathan Evans was re-published as The Lost American by Brian Freemantle. The Laundryman by Jonathan Evans was also published as Dirty White by Brian Freemantle. The Choice of Eddie Franks by Jack Winchester was also released as To Save a Son by Brian Freemantle. The Profiler by Harry Asher was also published as Mind/Reader by Brian Freemantle.
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Brian Freemantle Synopsis: The November Man is a standalone title by Brian Freemantle. The President of the United States of America cannot believe how simple this treaty is! The plan is to send over a few million tons of grain to famine-struck Russia in order to get the Russians to withdraw from Eastern Europe. And it’s in an election year. It may just be too good to be true… As soon as the first grain shipments arrive, the Politburo plans to disrupt the disarmament talks, allowing them to tactfully back out of their half of the bargain. The whole Soviet plan rests on the shoulders of KGB Agent Altmann, a Holocaust survivor who’s much cleverer than his handlers realize. Altmann knows that the KGB is wary of him, and one way or another, this lone spy is about to change the world.