Order of Don Winslow Books
Don Winslow is an American author of crime fiction and historical fiction as well as being a screenwriter. He writes the Neal Carey Mysteries. Winslow grew up the son of a librarian and a U.S. Navy officer who told him stories, influencing his future profession. He has worked as a movie theater chain manager and private investigator before deciding on a career as an author. His novels The Death and Life of Bobby Z and Savages have both been adapted to film – the latter’s screenplay was written by Winslow himself and was directed by Oliver Stone.
Don Winslow became a published novelist in 1991 with the novel A Cool Breeze on the Underground. Below is a list of Don Winslow’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Neal Carey Books
|A Cool Breeze on the Underground||(1991)|
|The Trail to Buddha's Mirror||(1992)|
|Way Down on the High Lonely||(1993)|
|A Long Walk Up the Water Slide||(1994)|
|While Drowning in the Desert||(1996)|
Publication Order of Savages Books
Chronological Order of Savages Books
The Kings of Cool is a prequel novel to Savages.
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|Isle of Joy||(1996)|
|The Death and Life of Bobby Z||(1997)|
|California Fire and Life||(1999)|
|The Power of the Dog||(2005)|
|The Winter of Frankie Machine||(2006)|
|The Dawn Patrol||(2008)|
|The Gentlemen's Hour||(2009)|
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Note: Looking for a Hero: Staff Sergeant Joe Ronnie Hooper and the Vietnam War was co-authored by Peter Maslowski. Isle of Joy was also published as A Winter Spy using the pen name MacDonald Lloyd.
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Don Winslow Synopsis: In The Death and Life of Bobby Z by Don Winslow, Tim Kearney didn’t have a choice but to murder a Hell’s Angel and now he’s looking at spending life in prison with buddies of the man he killed. But now he has an alternative; given an offer by the Feds to impersonate a drug lord named Bobby Z and work out a deal with a Mexican crimelord to trade himself for an agent who has been kidnapped. If the deal works, he’s a free man. If it doesn’t, he may be a dead one. The novel was adapted to film in 2007, starring Paul Walker and Laurence Fishburne.