Henry Porter is an English author of thriller novels. Aside from being a novelist, Porter is also a journalist. He edited the Atticus column for the Sunday Times. Among many writing for many publications, he was a regular columnist for The Observer for a long time. Currently, he is the British editor for Vanity Fair. Henry is also an artist and a draftsman. He lives in London with his wife, House and Garden editor-at-large, Liz Elliot. He has two adult daughters.

Henry Porter made his debut as a novelist in 1999 with the novel Remembrance Day. Below is a list of Henry Porter’s book in order of when they were originally released:

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Publication Order of Robert Harland Books

A Spy's Life (2001)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Empire State (2003)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Brandenburg / Brandenburg Gate (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Publication Order of House Of Skirl Books

The Master of the Fallen Chairs (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Publication Order of Paul Samson Books

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Remembrance Day (1999)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
The Dying Light / The Bell Ringers (2009)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Notes: Brandenburg was also published as Brandenburg Gate. The Dying Light is also known as The Bell Ringers.

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Henry Porter Synopses: Remembrance Day is a standalone title by Henry Porter. Constantine Lindow is waiting for his brother Eamonn outside a central London tube station when a bus turns into the street and explodes. The next day Con is arrested as the number one suspect for the bombing. Con is determined to clear his name, but the only way he can do that is to find the true bomber. As he digs deeper, he finds himself confronted by his own brother’s secret life – and the cold-blooded killers from his past. The trail leads Lindow halfway across the world and back to London, where he tracks down a killer with a genius for encryption codes. Only Lindow can crack the code, and only he can stop that telephone ringing…

The Master of the Fallen Chairs by Henry Porter is the first book in a trilogy. 13-year-old orphan Kim is living with his elusive guardian, surly tutor and various servants in a grand but dilapidated old house called Skirl. When one of the servant girls goes missing, a dark cloud descends on the house. The arrival of a stranger in the dead of night plunges everything further into mystery, and introduces a bit of magic to the mix too…

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