Order of Noel B. Gerson Books
Noel Bertram Gerson (1914-1988) was an American author of largely historical fiction and non-fiction. An extremely prolific author, he wrote many biographies and biographical novels about many historical figures, such as Theodore Roosevelt, John Hancock, Sam Houston, Andrew Johnson, Henry Hudson, Mary Shelley, Captain John Smith and many others. He also wrote Western fiction under the house names Donald Clayton Porter and Dana Fuller Ross. His novels 55 Days at Peking and The Naked Maja were adapted to film.
Noel B. Gerson became a published novelist in 1951 with The Mohawk Ladder (aka Sword of Fortune). Below is a list of Noel B. Gerson’s books in order of when they were first released (including all of his pseudonyms):
Publication Order of White Indian Books
Publication Order of Wagons West Books
Publication Order of American Indians Books
Publication Order of Winning The West Books
Publication Order of The Holts: An American Dynasty Books
|The Oregon Legacy||(1989)|
Publication Order of Wagons West Frontier Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Wagons West Empire Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: Devil’s Prize, Master of Castile, The White Plume, Rebel!, The Vidocq Dossier, The Conqueror’s Wife, Devil’s Prize, The Exploiters, The Caves of Guernica, Neptune and All That Glitters were written under the pseudonym of Samuel Edwards. The White Indian, Winning the West and American Indian books, along with the novel Pony Express, were written using the pen name Donald Clayton Porter. All Wagons West books (including The Holts series) as well as the novels Yankee and Yankee Rogue were written under the pen name Dana Fuller Ross (many of which were written by James Reasoner). The novels The Fantastic Breed and Split Bamboo were written under the pseudonym of Leon Phillips. Sex and the Mature Man was co-authored with Louis P. Saxe. Sex and the Adult Woman was co-authored with Ellen Birchall. Mohawk Ladder was also titled Sword of Fortune. Savage Gentleman was also titled Savage Cavalier. Several other titles were re-published under the pen names of Samuel Edwards or as Carter A. Vaughn.