Order of Brendan DuBois Books
Brendan DuBois is an American author of mystery and suspense novels, as well as alternate history. He has won the Shamus Award for Best Short Story of the Year two times and his novel Resurrection Day won the Sidewise Award for Alternate History. DuBois writes the Lewis Cole series.
Brendan DuBois became a published author with the novel Dead Sand, which was published in 1994. Below is a list of Brendan DuBois’ books in order of when they were first released:
Publication Order of Lewis Cole Books
|The Shattered Shell||(1999)|
Publication Order of Empire Of The North Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
|The Dark Snow and Other Mysteries||(2002)|
|Tales from the Dark Woods||(2002)|
|Tales from the Dark Snow||(2011)|
|Death of a Gemini and Other Military Mysteries||(2011)|
|Blue and Gray Tales of Mystery||(2012)|
|Lost on the Moon and Other Tales Of Science Fiction||(2013)|
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|Breaking into the Mystery Short Story Market: It's No Crime!||(2011)|
|Writing the First Person Detective Novel: The I's Have It!||(2011)|
|My Short, Happy Life in 'Jeopardy'||(2013)|
|Stone Cold, Blood Red: N.H. Tales of Mystery||(2013)|
Notes: Twilight is also known as The Dead of Night. Amerikan Eagle was written as Alan Glenn. The Witnesses was written with James Patterson.
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Brendan DuBois Synopsis: In My Short, Happy Life in “Jeopardy!”, Brendan DuBois explains how as a lifelong reader, trivia fan and Jeopardy viewer, he was able to become a contestant on the program. He explains how to prepare as a contestant, the websites and books you should read, what it’s like backstage and what Alex Trebek is like in real life.
In the 17-page short story On the Plains of Deception by Brendan DuBois, two astronauts have made it to Mars and are now stranded, millions of miles from home. They now must face their mortality with humour and affection, while back home, billions of people are watching their last movements.