Richard House is an author of thriller and gay fiction novels. Aside from being a novelist, he is also a filmmaker, artist and university lecturer. He is also the editor of the digital magazine Fatboy Review. Richard currently teaches at Birmingham University in England.

Richard House made his debut as a published author in 1997 with the novel Bruiser. The book was shortlisted for the Ferro Grumley Gay Fiction Award. Below is a list of Richard House’s books in order of when they were originally released:

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Publication Order of Kills Books

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Publication Order of Early Years Books

Simplicity Parenting (By: Kim John Payne,Lisa M. Ross) (2009)Description / Buy at
Too Much Too Soon? (2013)Description / Buy at
Well Balanced Child (By: Sally Goddard Blythe) (2014)Description / Buy at
The Genius of Natural Childhood (By: Sally Goddard Blythe) (2020)Description / Buy at
Raising Happy Healthy Children (By: Sally Goddard Blythe) (2020)Description / Buy at
Reclaim Early Childhood (By: Sebastian Suggate) (2020)Description / Buy at
The Parenting Toolkit (By: Caroline Penney) (2020)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Anthologies

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Richard House Synopses: Bruiser by Richard House is the story of a love between two men wary of emotional commitment. Adrian fends for himself as a waiter, boxer and hustler until he meets Paul, a lonely British expatriate old enough to be his father. Rejecting their lives in Chicago, they take a road trip to Brazil. On the journey, they both find that they cannot bury their need for intimacy forever.

Uninvited is a standalone title by Richard House. Ian Proctor plans on being elsewhere in four months. He dreams of exotic destinations, an end to his financial worries, and some company. Nine months after following his friend Gordon to London, Ian is anxious to change his life again. They’re about to be evicted from their squat, he’s on the verge of losing his part-time job, and Gordon, an erstwhile rent-collector, is embroiled in a scam that clearly hasn’t worked. On top of this, there is the violence around and about them: a man thrown from the back of a double-decker bus, and two thugs a little too handy with their fists and paint-stripper.

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