Gerald Seymour

Gerald Seymour is most famous for describing reality-based, war-time conflict. He is the best-selling author of over 30 thrillers.

Gerald was born in Guildford, Surrey, in 1941 to two literary figures. His father, William Kean Seymour, a writer, poet, and literary critic, wrote poems such as the Street of Dreams, To Verhaeren and A Jackdaw in Georgia.

His mother, Rosalind Wade, was also a novelist and an editor of the Contemporary Review. Initially a journalist, Gerald joined the Independent Television Network (ITN) in 1963 and forged a successful career. He covered controversial situations such as the Munich Olympics Massacre and Palestinian Militant Groups.

Books in order of publication:

Standalone Novels

Harry’s Game(1975) 
The Glory Boys(1976) 
Red Fox / The Harrison Affair(1979) 
The Contract(1980) 
In Honour Bound(1984) 
Field Of Blood(1985) 
At Close Quarters / An Eye for an Eye(1987) 
A Song In The Morning / Shadow on the Sun(1987) 
The Journeyman Tailor(1989) 
Home Run / The Running Target(1989) 
Condition Black(1991) 
The Fighting Man(1994) 
Heart of Danger(1995) 
Killing Ground(1997) 
Dead Ground / The Waiting Time(1998) 
A Line in the Sand(1999) 
Holding the Zero(2000) 
Traitor’s Kiss(2003) 
The Unknown Soldier(2004) 
Rat Run(2005) 
The Walking Dead(2007) 
Time Bomb(2008) 
The Collaborator(2009) 
The Dealer And The Dead(2010) 
Deniable Death(2011) 
The Outsiders(2012) 
The Corporal’s Wife(2013) 
No Mortal Thing(2015) 
Jericho’s War(2017) 
Battle Sight Zero(2019) 
Beyond Recall(2020) 
A Damned Serious Business(2020) 
The Crocodile Hunter(2021) 
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