Born: 1941 in Chicago, Illinois
Died: April 22, 2012 in Manteno, Illinois Pen Name: Joe Gash or Bill Griffith Connection to Illinois: Granger lived most of his life in Chicago in the city's Southside and attended St. Ambrose Catholic School until 1955. Biography: Granger was an American novelis from Chicago specializing in political thrillers. He worked at the Chicago Tribune and other Illinois newspapers.
- Edger Allan Poe Award, 1981, for Public Murders
|Hemingway's notebook /
ISBN: 0446302848 OCLC: 14633291 Warner Books, New York : 1986. The November Man journeys to the politically explosive Caribbean island of St. Michel and discovers an American agent who claims to possess Hemingway's journal of his Cuban sojourn during the Bay of Pigs, a notebook alleging CIA and Mafia involvement in the region.
|Henry McGee is not dead :
ISBN: 0446356212 OCLC: 20764806 Warner Books, New York, NY : 1989, ©1988.
|League of terror /
ISBN: 0446361267 OCLC: 24807236 Warner Books, New York : , ©1990.
|League of Terror.
ISBN: 1322606501 OCLC: 901289079 Grand Central Publishing, 2015.
|Man Who Heard Too Much.
ISBN: 1322606463 OCLC: 901289082 Grand Central Publishing, 2015.
ISBN: 9781444793727 OCLC: 884745186
|The british cross
ISBN: 9781455558698 OCLC: 883327185 Grand Central Publishing, New York : 2014. In the depths of a Finnish winter, Deveraux--the November Man--is about to be betrayed ... A defecting Russian agent dangles a Gulag prisoner, thought dead for thirty-eight years--in front of the November Man. Suddenly the intelligence forces of the world are locked in a bloody battle, and Deveraux is cut loose by his own people. Fromt Britain to Ireland to Leningrad, Deveraux and a tough, beautiful reporter slip outside the system to bring the prisoner out--even if it means blowing the lid off the most shocking triple-cross of World War II.
|The British cross :
ISBN: 0671523619 OCLC: 11428229 Pocket Books, New York : ©1983, 1984.
|The infant of Prague :
ISBN: 9781455558704 OCLC: 893209302 Devereaux is sent on what seems to be a routine mission to provide safe passage for a Czech defector until a child actor from the same country defects in Chicago and Devereaux and his passenger are attacked and kidnapped.
|The infant of Prague :
ISBN: 0446347809 OCLC: 18820923 Warner Books, New York, NY : , ©1987. Devereaux is sent on what seems to be a routine mission to provide safe passage for a Czech defector until a child actor from the same country defects in Chicago and Devereaux and his passenger are attacked and kidnapped.
|The man who heard too much /
ISBN: 0446360864 OCLC: 22658096 Warner Books, New York, N.Y. : ©1989.
|The shattered eye
ISBN: 9781444793734 OCLC: 884745193
|The shattered eye /
ISBN: 0671477560 OCLC: 10530445 Pocket Books, New York : 1984, ©1982.
|The zurich numbers
ISBN: 9781455558742 OCLC: 883327041 Grand Central Publishing, New York : 2014. They are immigrants, working in American laboratories and universities. They are Soviet spies, forced into a network of terror, with their families dangling as hostages. When Devereaux--the November Man--uncovers the brutal scheme, the forces of both East and West mark him and the woman he loves for death. From California to Chicago to Switzerland, the November Man tracks the cold-blooded mastermind who controls the numbers. In a vicious maze of power, murder, and greed, every enemy may be a friend--and every friend, a sudden traitor.
|The Zurich numbers :
ISBN: 0517554461 OCLC: 10724857
|There are no spies /
ISBN: 0446347051 OCLC: 17221166 Warner Books, New York : 1987, ©1986.
|There are no spies.
ISBN: 0727843265 OCLC: 27848384 Severn House, 1992.