Order of Earl Emerson Books
Earl Emerson is an American author of mystery, suspense and thriller novels. He writes the Thomas Black series and the Mac Fontana series. Aside from being a novelist, Emerson is also a lieutenant with the Seattle Fire Department and has written thriller novels involving the fire department.
Earl W. Emerson made his debut as a novelist in 1979 with the standalone novel Fill the World with Phantoms. He is a 1996 Shamus Award winning author for the best private eye paperback – Poverty Bay. He has also been nominated for Anthony and Edgar awards. Below is a list of Earl Emerson’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Thomas Black Books
Publication Order of Mac Fontana Books
|Black Hearts and Slow Dancing||(1988)|
|Help Wanted: Orphans Preferred||(1990)|
|Morons and Madmen||(1993)|
|Going Crazy in Public||(1996)|
|The Dead Horse Paint Company||(1996)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|Fill the World with Phantoms||(1979)|
|Into the Inferno||(2003)|
|The Smoke Room||(2005)|
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Earl W. Emerson Synopsis: In Vertical Burn by Earl Emerson, Seattle firefighter John Finney made his way out of a burning warehouse, trying to get help for his partner who was trapped inside. Six months later, no one remembers anything about Finney, other than the fact that he left his friend to die. Was the fire an accident? Finney doesn’t think so. Finney must reconstruct the events from six months ago, looking into some suspicious behaviours from men who were at the scene of the fire. With only one person on his side in the department, Finney must uncover a conspiracy that will turn his friends into suspects and the rest of the department into an enemy.