John Christopher Glazebrook Hodder-Williams (25 August 1926—15 May 1995) was an English writer, mainly of science fiction. But he also wrote novels about aviation and espionage. He was the son of Ralph Hodder-Williams, who was one of the owners of the British publishing firm 'Hodder and Stoughton. Many of his books are early examples of what would later be called techno-thrillers. He also wrote teleplays and worked as a composer and lyricist.