Order of Stephen Leather Books
Stephen Leather is a British author of thriller and mystery novels. He is best known for his Spider Shepherd and Jack Nightingale series. He isn’t married to one genre, however, and has even written a series of erotic novellas. Aside from his novels, has written television, including London’s Burning, The Knock and Murder in the Mind. As a journalist, he has written for the Glasgow Herald, Daily Mirror, The Times, Daily Mail and the Hong Kong publication South China Morning Post. Stephen has lived in England, the Far East, the United States and Ireland. He currently resides in Thailand.
Stephen Leather’s writing career began in college, but he couldn’t get past the first few pages. He was able to finish his first novel, Pay Off, while he was working for the Daily Mirror newspaper. It was published in 1987. He wrote his second novel, The Fireman while working for the South China Morning Post. It was published in 1989. Below is a list of Stephen Leather’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Mike Cramer Books
Publication Order of Spider Shepherd Books
Publication Order of Spider Shepherd Short Stories
Publication Order of Jack Nightingale Books
Publication Order of Jack Nightingale Short Stories
Publication Order of Bangkok Bob Books
Publication Order of Inspector Zhang Short Stories
Publication Order of Asian Heat Erotic Short Stories
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Note: Confessions of a Bangkok Private Eye is co-authored with Warren Olson.
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Stephen Leather Synopses: The standalone novel Private Dancer by Stephen Leather is about a man, Pete, who meets a pole dancer named Joy and falls in love. Pete winds up in a strange world of sex, drugs and deception and soon discovers that Joy is no joy at all, and rather, his own personal nightmare.
Short Fuses is a collection of four action-adventure short stories by Stephen Leather. The stories included are Breaking In, Strangers on a Train, Inspector Zhang and the Hotel Guest and Cat’s Eyes.
Confessions of a Bangkok Private Eye is a fictionalized account of Bangkok Private Eye Warren Olson’s experiences working there. Olson is fluent in the Thai and Khmer languages and walked the seedy side of the city where other P.I.’s did not.