Order of John Katzenbach Books

John Katzenbach
John Katzenbach is an American author of psychological thriller novels. He is the author of such novels as In the Heat of Summer, Just Cause and Hart’s War – all of which were made into major motion pictures. Before becoming an author, Katzenbach worked as a court reporter for the Miami Herald and the Miami News. He is the son of former U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach (under Lyndon B. Johnson). John lives in Massachusetts with his wife, journalist Madeleine Blais. (more…)


Order of Halo Books

Halo by Bungie Microsoft Studios 343 Industries
Halo is a series of military science fiction tie-in novels written by various authors, based on the popular video game series created by Bungie. The series is about a war between humans and an alien race known as the Covenant. The main character of the series is Master Chief, a Spartan. Along with him is an AI companion known as Cortana. Video game sales of the series have topped well over $3 billion. (more…)


Order of James Herbert Books

James Herbert (Photo Credit: William Conran/PA Wire)
James Herbert (1943-2013) was an English author of horror and dark fantasy novels. He is the author of the Rats series and the David Ash series. Several of his works were adapted to film and his novel The Secret of Crickley Hall was recently made into a BBC One serial on television. He was given the World Horror Convention Grand Master Award by Stephen King. In addition to writing his novels, Herbert also designed his own book covers and publicity. (more…)


Order of Kathryn Fox (Romance) Books

Kathryn Fox
Kathryn Fox is an American author of historical romance novels. She is the author of the Mounties and Men of Honor series. Kathryn graduated from NC State University with a degree in Horticulture and a minor in English. She is not to be confused with the Australian author Kathryn Fox, who writes medical thriller novels. (more…)


Order of H.P. Lovecraft Books

HP Lovecraft
H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) was an American author of horror stories. He did not achieve any significant fame during his lifetime, but has posthumously become an extremely influential author of his time period. Growing up, Lovecraft suffered from night terrors, which would later inspire some of his fiction. He was a reclusive adult – a night owl who lived with his mother. After writing into the pulp magazine The Argosy, he gained the attention of Edward F. Daas (President of the United Amateur Press Association), who encouraged him to start writing poems and essays. Sadly, he lived out his final days in immense pain due to small intestine cancer and malnutrition. Stephen King referred to Lovecraft as “the twentieth century’s greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale.” (more…)