Order of Steve White Books
Steve White is an American author of military science fiction novels. He writes the Jason Thanou series and co-writes the Starfire series. Prior to becoming a novelist, Steve was in the U.S. Navy and served in Vietnam. He works for a legal publishing company. Steve is married with three daughters. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Steve White made his debut as a published novelist in 1990 with the novel Insurrection (co-written with David Weber). Below is a list of Steve White’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Starfire Books
|In Death Ground||(1997)|
|The Shiva Option||(2002)|
Publication Order of Disinherited Books
Publication Order of Prince Of Sunset Books
Publication Order of Stars Books
Publication Order of Jason Thanou Books
|Blood of the Heroes||(2006)|
|Sunset of the Gods||(2013)|
|Pirates of the Timestream||(2013)|
|Ghosts of Time||(2014)|
|Soldiers Out of Time||(2015)|
|Gods of Dawn||(2017)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|Debt of Ages||(1995)|
|Forge of the Titans||(2003)|
|The Prometheus Project||(2005)|
|Saint Antony's Fire||(2008)|
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: Insurrection, Crusade, In Death Ground and The Shiva Option was written with David Weber. Exodus was written with Shirley Meier. Extremis and Imperative was written with Charles E. Gannon. Vampires: A Hunter’s Guide was co-authored by Mark McKenzie-Ray.
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