Order of Kenneth Cameron Books
Kenneth M. Cameron is an American author of historical fiction, spy fiction, military thrillers and non-fiction books. He writes the Denton series and co-authors the Alan Craik series. Kenneth is a former U.S. Navy intelligence officer. He has written under his real name, as George Bartram and with his son Christian Cameron as Gordon Kent. Kenneth spends most of the time living in the Adirondacks in New York state.
Kenneth Cameron became a published novelist in 1981 with the novel Fair Game (as George Bartram), although he had already published several non-fiction books prior to that. Below is a list of Kenneth Cameron’s books in order of when they were first published:
Publication Order of Arms Books
Publication Order of Alan Craik Books
|The Spoils of War||(2006)|
|The Falconer's Tale||(2007)|
Publication Order of Denton Books
|The Frightened Man||(2008)|
|The Bohemian Girl||(2009)|
|The Second Woman||(2010)|
|The Haunted Martyr||(2013)|
|The Backward Boy||(2013)|
|The Past Master||(2013)|
|The Oxford Fellow||(2013)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|Into Africa: The Story of the East African Safari||(1990)|
|Africa on Film: Beyond Black and White||(1994)|
|America on Film: Hollywood and American History||(1997)|
Notes: The standalone novels Fair Game, A Job Abroad, The Aelian Fragment, White Peril, The Sunset Gun, Under the Freeze, In the Noonday Sun, The Master of Secrets and The Sun is Bleeding were written under the pen name of George Bartram.
The Alan Craik series and the standalone novels Cauldron of Violence and The Falconer’s Tale were written with Christian Cameron under the collective pseudonym of Gordon Kent. Night Trap was also published under the title Rules of Engagement.
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Kenneth Cameron Synopsis: Cauldron of Violence is a western novel by Gordon Kent (Kenneth & Christian Cameron). When an Indian savagely attacks a young orphan named COlin Bowman, he’s left homeless and without any friends. But then, he enlists to join the Union Army for the Civil War so he can learn the art of war and have adventures fighting for the North.