David Robbins is an American author of western, horror, science fiction, fantasy, young adult, mystery and adventure novels. He is the author of the Wilderness series, Endworld and Blade series, White Apache and Davy Crockett series. David has also written for the Executioner, Mack Bolan, Trailsman, Mountain Majesty, Preacher’s Law, Omega Sub and Hardy Boys series. Many of those series are written under pen or house names like David Thompson, Jake McMasters, Jon Sharpe, John Killdeer, J.D. Cameron, Dean L. McElwain, Don Pendleton, Franklin W. Dixon and Ralph Compton. Robbins grew up in Pennsylvania, including a significant amount of time living on a Mennonite farm with his great aunt and uncle. When he was 17 years old, he joined the U.S. Air Force and made sergeant. Robbins worked as an announcer, engineer and program director in radio, then worked in law enforcement before becoming a full-time author. He is not to be confused with the author David L. Robbins (David’s middle initial is also “L.”).
David Robbins made his debut writing as David L. Robbins in 1982 with the horror novel Blood Cult. Below is a list of David Robbins’ books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Endworld Books
Chronological Order of Endworld Books
Doomsday is a prequel to the Endworld series.
Publication Order of Preacher’s Law Books
Publication Order of Blade Books
Publication Order of Wilderness Books
Publication Order of Trailsman Books
Publication Order of Hardy Boys Casefiles Books
Publication Order of Omega Sub Books
Publication Order of Mountain Majesty Books
Publication Order of Executioner Books
Publication Order of Giant Wilderness Books
Publication Order of White Apache Books
Publication Order of Mack Bolan Books
Publication Order of Davy Crockett Books
Publication Order of Giant Trailsman Books
Publication Order of Sundown Riders Books
Publication Order of Ralph Compton Western Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: The Wilderness series and the Davy Crockett series were written under the pen name of David Thompson. The White Apache series was written as Jake McMasters. The Executioner and Mack Bolan series were written as Don Pendleton. The Trailsman series was written as Jon Sharpe. The Mountain Majesty books were written using the house name of John Killdeer. The Preacher’s Law novel Slaughter at Ten Sleep was written using the house name of Dean L. McElwain. The Omega Sub series was written as J.D. Cameron. The Hardy Boys Casefiles novel Terror on Track was written as Franklin W. Dixon. The Sundown Riders series and the Ralph Compton Western series were ghostwritten for Ralph Compton.
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David Robbins Synopsis: In The Wereling by David Robbins, Ocean City has nice beaches, a fabulous boardwalk and plenty of tourists… but there’s something else in Ocean City. Something that has been devouring tourists, and howls at the moon. Not even bullets can stop the Jersey Shore Werewolf.
The Return of the Virginian by David Robbins is a sequel to the 1902 western novel The Virginian by Owen Wister. In Medicine Bowl, Wyoming, the Virginian is trying to prevent an all-out range war.
In Ride to Valor by David Robbins, James Doyle was a regular old Irish boy from the New York City slums, but trouble with the law caused him to move out west. There he joins the U.S. calvalry in order to get his life back on track. Everything seems to be going much better for James until he meets an enemy worse than anything he knew back in New York – the Cheyenne.
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