Order of Steve Pieczenik Books
Steve Pieczenik is an author of historical fiction, spy fiction, military fiction and thriller novels. He is also a former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, serving under four different administrations. Pieczenik earned his PhD from MIT while studying at Harvard Medical School. He also has his doctorate in interational relations from MIT. Pieczenik is credited with co-creating Tom Clancy’s Op-Center and Net Force series, although the extent of his involvement was hiring the people to work on the novels.
Steve Pieczenik made his debut as a published author in 1985 with the novel The Mind Palace. Below is a list of Steve Pieczenik’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Desaix Clark Books
Publication Order of Op-Center Books
Publication Order of Net Force Books
|Point of Impact||(2001)|
|State of War||(2003)|
|Changing of the Guard||(2003)|
|The Archimedes Effect||(2006)|
Publication Order of Net Force Explorers Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|The Mind Palace||(1985)|
|State of Emergency||(1997)|
|My Beloved Talleyrand||(2005)|
|Terror Counter Terror||(2007)|
Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: The Op-Center, Net Force and Net Force Explorers series were all co-created with Tom Clancy, though the books were written by other authors. Active Measures was written as Alexander Court. My Beloved Talleyrand was written with Roberta Rovner-Pieczenik.
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Steve Pieczenik Synopses: State of Emergency is a standalone title by Steve Pieczenik. Four states (Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and Arizona) are threatening to secede from the Union and want full military control of their borders. If their demands are not met, they will destroy the Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona. With the president and vice president overseas, immediate responsibility falls to Secretary of State Barbara Reynolds. But Reynolds finds herself negotiating within a web of deceit and betrayal where it’s impossible to tell who’s on which side… and it can change in an instant.
In Active Measures by Alexander Court (Steve Pieczenik), an American physician is chosen by the U.S. government for a chilling assignment: contact a fellow doctor obsessed with medical genocide – and assassinate him.