Martin Cruz Smith Body of Works – Oeuvre

List of books by Martin Cruz Smith

List of Books by Martin Cruz Smith with Publication Dates

Authors, who doesn’t love a good Author? This series of articles we look at lists of books by famous authors; in this case, Martin Cruz Smith. Find my selection in date order of Martin Cruz Smith’s novels.

Martin Cruz Smith List of Books to Read

Roman Grey Books

Gypsy in Amber      (1971)          

Canto for a Gypsy  (1972)          

Nick Carter: Killmaster Books

Inca Death Squad   (1972)          

The Devil’s Dozen   (1973)          

Inquisitor Books

The Devil in Kansas            (1974)          

The Last Time I Saw Hell   (1974)          

Nuplex Red   (1974)          

His Eminence, Death         (1974)          

The Midas Coffin    (1975)          

Last Rites for the Vulture (1975)          


Arkady Renko Books

Gorky Park   (1981)          

Polar Star     (1989)          

Red Square  (1992)          

Havana Bay  (1999)          

Wolves Eat Dogs     (2004)          

Stalin’s Ghost           (2006)          

Three Stations         (2010)          

Tatiana          (2013)          

The Siberian Dilemma       (2019)          

Standalone Novels

The Indians Won    (1970)          

The Analog Bullet   (1972)          

Human Factor         (1975)          

The Adventures of the Wilderness Family      (1975)          

Nightwing     (1977)          

Ride for Revenge    (1977)          

Stallion Gate            (1986)          

Rose   (1996)          

Tokyo Station          (2001)          

The Girl from Venice         (2016)          


Death by Espionage: Intriguing Stories of Betrayal and Deception         (1970)          

List of books by Martin Cruz Smith

So there you have a list of books and date of publication from the Author Martin Cruz Smith. If we missed any be sure to let us know in comments of via the Contact Us.

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