Order of Graham Masterton Books
Graham Masterton is a British author of horror, historical fiction, thriller and crime fiction novels and sex instruction non-fiction books. He has written (or currently writes) several series, including the Harry Erskine, Night Warriors, Jim Rook and other series. Born in Edinburgh, Graham currently resides in Surrey, England.
Graham Masterton became a published author in 1971 with the non-fiction book Acts of Love (written as Dr. Jan Berghoff). He debuted as a novelist in 1976 with the novel The Manitou as well as Inserts (the latter written as Anton Rimart). Below is a list of Graham Masterton’s books in order of when they were first published:
Publication Order of Harry Erskine Books
|Revenge of the Manitou||(1979)|
Publication Order of Night Warriors Books
|The Ninth Nightmare||(2011)|
Publication Order of Jim Rook Books
|Tooth and Claw||(1997)|
|Garden of Evil||(2012)|
Publication Order of Katie Maguire Books
|A Terrible Beauty||(2003)|
|Taken for Dead||(2015)|
|Eye for an Eye||(2015)|
Publication Order of Sissy Sawyer Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: A Terrible Beauty was also published as White Bones. The Painted Man was also known as Death Mask. Fireflash 5 was also published as A Mile Before Morning. The Hymn was also titled The Burning. Black Angel was also published under the title of Master of Lies. Ritual was also published as Feast. Inserts was written as Anton Rimart. Heartbreaker was written under the pen name of Katherine Winston. The novels The Hell Candidate, Phobia, The Heirloom and Condor were written as Thomas Luke. Kingdom of the Blind and Plague of Angels were written under the pen name of Alan Blackwood.
Acts of Love was written as Dr. Jan Berghoff. Your Erotic Fantasies, Girls Who Said Yes and Sex is Everything were written as Edward Thorne. How a Woman Loves to Be Loved, How a Woman Longs to Be Loved and How to Be a Good Bad Girl were written using the pseudonym of Angel Smith. Thirteen More Tales of Horror also contains stories by David Belbin, Colin Greenland, Diane Hoh, Garry Kilworth, Stan Nicholls, Susan Price, Philip Pullman and Chris Westwood.