Order of David Drake Books
David Drake is an American author of science fiction and fantasy novels. He is the author of the Hammer’s Slammers, Lord of the Isles and Lt. Leary series as well as the creator of the Raj Whitehall and Belisarius series. David graduated from the University of Iowa with honours. He then began attending the Duke University School of Law before being drafted to the U.S. Army and heading to Vietnam and Cambodia. David lives in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
David Drake became a published novelist in 1979 when he published both Hammer’s Slammers and the standalone novel The Dragon Lord. Below is a list of David Drake’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Hammer’s Slammers Collections
Publication Order of Hammerverse Books
Publication Order of Tom Kelly Books
Publication Order of Ranks Of Bronze Books
Publication Order of Heroes In Hell Books
Publication Order of World Of Crystal Walls Books
Publication Order of Starhunters Books
Publication Order of Thieves’ World Books
Publication Order of Crisis Of Empire Books
Publication Order of Northworld Books
Publication Order of Seas Of Venus Books
Publication Order of Raj Whitehall Books
Publication Order of Car Warriors Books
Publication Order of War and Honor Books
Publication Order of Reaches Books
Publication Order of ARC Riders Books
Publication Order of Lord Of The Isles Books
|Lord of the Isles||(1997)|
|Queen of Demons||(1998)|
|Servant of the Dragon||(1999)|
|Mistress of the Catacombs||(2001)|
|Goddess of the Ice Realm||(2003)|
|Master of the Cauldron||(2004)|
Publication Order of Belisarius Books
|An Oblique Approach||(1998)|
|In the Heart of Darkness||(1998)|
|The Tide of Victory||(2001)|
|The Dance of Time||(2006)|
Publication Order of Lt. Leary Books
Publication Order of Crown Of The Isles Books
Publication Order of Books Of The Elements Books
|The Legions of Fire||(2010)|
|Out of the Waters||(2011)|
|Monsters of the Earth||(2013)|
|Air and Darkness||(2015)|
Publication Order of Citizen Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Fleet Anthologies
Publication Order of Battlestation Anthologies
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
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Notes: The Raj Whitehall/General novels The Forge, The Hammer, The Anvil, The Steel, The Sword, The Chosen and The Reformer were co-authored by S.M. Stirling. The Tyrant was co-authored with Eric Flint. The Heretic was co-authored by Tony Daniel.
Blood and War was written with Christopher Stasheff and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and created by Gordon R. Dickson. The ARC Riders series and the novels Active Measures, Kill Ratio, Target and Explorers in Hell were co-authored by Janet Morris. The Belisarius series was co-authored with Eric Flint. The Citizen series is co-authored by John Lambshead.
Killer was co-authored by Karl Edward Wagner. The Undesired Princess and the Enchanted Bunny was co-authored by L. Sprague de Camp. The Hunter Returns was co-authored by Jim Kjelgaard. Enemy of My Enemy was co-authored by Ben Ohlander. Masters in Hell was written with C.J. Cherryh, Bill Kerby and Janet Morris. Window of Opportunity: A Blueprint for the Future was written by Newt Gingrich and Marianne Gingrich.
The Warmasters also has stories by Eric Flint and David Weber. Mountain Magic also has stories by Eric Flint, Henry Kuttner and Ryk E. Spoor. Lest Darkness Fall & Related Stories also has stories by L. Sprague de Camp, Frederik Pohl and S.M. Stirling.
An Honorable Defense was co-authored by Thomas T. Thomas. Cluster Command was written with William C. Dietz (as W.C. Dietz). The War Machine was co-authored by Roger MacBride Allen. Crown of Empire was co-authored by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.
The Fleet anthology series, Battlestation anthology series and the anthology The Far Stars War were edited with Bill Fawcett. A Century of Horror, 1970-1979 was edited with Martin H. Greenberg. Space Gladiators, Space Infantry and Space Dreadnoughts were edited with Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh. A Separate Star and Heads to the Storm were edited with Sandra Miesel. Armageddon was edited with Billie Sue Mosiman. Foreign Legions was edited with Eric Flint and David Weber. The World Turned Upside Down was edited with Jim Baen and Eric Flint.
David Drake Synopsis: In Lacey and His Friends by David Drake, 21st century cop Jed Lacey lives in a world where camera watch citizens’ every move. They watch them as they walk or sleep, searching for any possible crime. If a crime is suspected, it’s Lacey’s turn to go to work.