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By the Sword
(Repairman Jack: Book 12)
October 1, 2008
Available: October 14, 2008
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Jack: Secret Histories
(Repairman Jack: Book 1 (YA))
May 1, 2008
Available: May 27, 2008
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Bloodline
(Repairman Jack: Book 11)
September 1, 2007
Available: September 18, 2007
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Harbingers
(Repairman Jack: Book 10)
September 1, 2006
Available: September 19, 2006
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Infernal
(Repairman Jack: Book 9)
October 1, 2005
Available: October 20, 2005
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Crisscross
(Repairman Jack: Book 8)
May 1, 2004
Available: May 1, 2004
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Midnight Mass
April 1, 2004
Available: April 17, 2004
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Gateways
(Repairman Jack: Book 7)
November 1, 2003
Available: November 1, 2003
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Artifact
May 1, 2003
Available: May 1, 2003
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Sims
(Sims:)
April 1, 2003
Available: April 1, 2003
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The Haunted Air
(Repairman Jack: Book 6)
June 1, 2002
Available: June 1, 2002
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Hosts
(Repairman Jack: Book 5)
October 1, 2001
Available: October 12, 2001
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All the Rage
(Repairman Jack: Book 4)
October 1, 2000
Available: October 13, 2000
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Conspiracies
(Repairman Jack: Book 3)
February 1, 2000
Available: February 1, 2000
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Legacies
(Repairman Jack: Book 2)
August 1, 1998
Available: August 1, 1998
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The Tomb
(Repairman Jack: Book 1 / Adversary Cycle: Book 2)
November 1, 1984
Available: November 1, 1984
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F. Paul Wilson


Paul was born and raised in New Jersey where he misspent his youth playing with matches, poring over Uncle Scrooge and E.C. comics, reading Lovecraft, Matheson, Bradbury, and Heinlein, listening to Chuck Berry and Alan Freed on the radio, and watching Soupy Sales and Shock Theatre with Zacherley.

He is the author of nearly forty books: six science fiction novels (HEALER, WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS, AN ENEMY OF THE STATE, DYDEETOWN WORLD, THE TERY, SIMS), nine horror thrillers (THE KEEP, THE TOMB, THE TOUCH, REBORN, REPRISAL, NIGHTWORLD, BLACK WIND, SIBS, MIDNIGHT MASS), three contemporary thrillers (THE SELECT, IMPLANT, DEEP AS THE MARROW) and a number of collaborations. In 1998 he resurrected his popular antihero, Repairman Jack, and has chronicled his adventures in LEGACIES, CONSPIRACIES, ALL THE RAGE, HOSTS, THE HAUNTED AIR, GATEWAYS, CRISSCROSS, INFERNAL, HARBINGERS, and BLOODLINE.

Short stories from his first 20 years as a writer are collected in SOFT & OTHERS (1989) and THE BARRENS & OTHERS (1998). A third collection is in the works. He has edited two anthologies: FREAK SHOW (1992) and DIAGNOSIS: TERMINAL (1996). He has written for stage, screen, and interactive media as well.

THE KEEP and THE TOMB both appeared on the New York Times Bestsellers List. WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS won the first Prometheus Award in 1979; THE TOMB received the 1984 Porgie Award from The West Coast Review of Books. His novelette “Aftershock” won the 1999 Bram Stoker Award for short fiction. DYDEETOWN WORLD was on the young adult recommended reading lists of the American Library Association and the New York Public Library, among others. He is listed in the 50th anniversary edition of Who's Who in America.

His novel THE KEEP was made into a visually striking but otherwise incomprehensible movie (screenplay and direction by Michael Mann) by Paramount in 1983. THE TOMB is in development as “Repairman Jack” by Beacon Films and hopefully will not suffer a similar fate. His original teleplay "Glim-Glim" aired on Monsters in 1989 and is currently on YouTube (Part 1 and Part 2). An adaptation of his short story "Menage a Trois" was part of the pilot for The Hunger series that debuted on Showtime in July 1997. "Pelts" was adapted by Dario Argento for Masters of Horror.

http://repairmanjack.com/


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