Order of Hammond Innes Books
Hammond Innes is the pen name of English novelist Ralph Hammond Innes (1913-1998), who wrote mystery and thriller novels, children’s books and travel non-fiction books. He was known for a great attention to detail with his description of scenes. Innes wrote his protagonists as regular men who happened upon circumstance rather than traditional “heroes.” When in a hostile environment, the character must then use his own cleverness to get out of trouble, and not any kind of weapon or gadget.
Hammond Innes became a published author in 1937 with the novel Air Disaster. He continued writing until his 1996 final novel, The Delta Connection. Below is a list of Hammond Innes’ books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|Harvest of Journeys||(1960)|
|Sea and Islands||(1967)|
|Hammond Innes Introduces Australia||(1971)|
|Hammond Innes' East Anglia||(1986)|
Notes: Wreckers Must Breathe was also published as Trapped. The Lonely Skier was also published as Fire in the Snow. Maddon’s Rock was also titled Gale Warning. The White South was also published as The Survivors. The Strange Land was also titled The Naked Land. Cocos Gold and Black Gold on the Double Diamond were written as Ralph Hammond.
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