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Author of 37 NY Times Best Selling Thrillers

In 1976, SUFFER THE CHILDREN was published by Dell. It was the first original paperback (as opposed to a paperback edition of a hardcover book) to go on to the New York Times bestseller list as well as many other bestseller lists. It was also the first paperback original to have television advertising.  All his books ranked high on the bestseller lists. John was also the first author to write his books on a computer, first using a Lanier “No Problem” word processor, on which a large floppy disk could hold only a single chapter.  One of John’s books was also the first book to receive a bar code, and another was the first book that Sony used on their original (and unsuccessful) eBook reader. When Amazon started selling books online, John volunteered to be interviewed by Amazon in their small offices down by Pike Place Market in Seattle. At an American Bookseller Association meeting in Chicago John met a young woman with a very small table on the side. He asked her about her business. Eileen Hutton said she owned Brilliance Audio Books, which only published unabridged audio books, rather than the abridged books the publishers produced. Years later she sold her company and all of John’s audio books to Amazon, and Brilliance became Amazon Audible Books. 

John was born in 1942 in Southern California and grew up in Whittier, California. Jack and Betty Saul were his parents, and he had a sister, Helen, who was two years older. He was in Seventh Grade when his English teacher told him he should consider writing as a career. John attended four colleges, studying Theater and Anthropology. He wrote plays, short stories, poetry and eventually novels. Though he enjoyed writing humor, John’s first novel was purchased by Dell Publishing to compete in the rapidly expanding thriller market of the late 1970s.  With the immediate success of SUFFER THE CHILDREN, he was off and running. John’s partner (now husband) of 47 years, Mike Sack, helped with book ideas and plotting. When they first met, Mike was a clinical psychologist at a state hospital and shared his experiences with John. Both Mike and John helped organize and taught at the Maui Writers Conference and School.  His third novel, CRY FOR THE STRANGERS, was made into a TV movie, and all of John’s books have been published in over 35 countries worldwide and millions have been sold.

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John Saul Books In Order

Publication order of blackstone chronicles books, publication order of standalone novels.

For over 35 years, John Saul has been publishing at least one New York Times Best Seller each year. Millions of his books are now available worldwide in print and translated in 29 different languages. Year after year he has been voted in as the lead author for Ballantine Books/Random House.

One of his works includes The Blackstone Chronicles, a six-book serial novel he published on a monthly basis for six stretches. The book appeared on New York Times Best Seller list for the better part of the year, winning awards and later on being developed into a video game—The Blackstone Chronicles—that’s still being played all around the world as we speak.

Born on Feb 25th, 1942 in Pasadena, California, Saul was raised in Whittier before graduating from Whittier High School, 1959. He thereafter enrolled to several colleges including Antioch in Ohio, Montana State University, Cerritos in Norwalk, and San Francisco State College, but didn’t last longer enough in any of them to actually graduate. Though he doesn’t hold any degree, his majors included Liberal Arts, Anthropology and Theater.

According to Saul, by the time he was deciding to leave college, he had already made up his mind that he was going to be a full time writer. But before his dream panned out, he was forced to spend 15 years of his youthful life doing all sorts of jobs to foot his bills as he tried to polish his craft.

Within the 15 years, Saul wrote a number of unpublished manuscripts and around ten books he published under different pens names. A case in point is a book he wrote during a weekend after he was laid off from work out of the blue. This book, as often joked by him, earned him $200; the amount he claims was the first earning he ever received from writing.

He eventually succeeded in finding an agent in New, whose best bet was to keep sending his manuscripts to various publishers, and make the rejection letters sound a bit hopeful. A glint of hope shone when one of his manuscripts was send to Dell, who even though didn’t like the manuscript enough to buy it, asked him if he could put together a psychological thriller. He had no option but to assemble the outline and keep his fingers crossed.

That’s when the hit came. Both his agent and Dell were unanimous in pointing out how the outline had all the ingredients of a best-seller. They were ready to stick their necks out for a first novel by an unknown author. So first they decided to promote the paperback on National TV, and the gamble paid off in ten folds.

A month after “Suffer the Children” was released, the book succeeded in sneaking its way in all the best-seller lists in the country, garnering the number one slot in Canada. That marked the beginning of all his subsequent books being made the best-sellers.

In addition to being a successful novelist, John’s interest in theatre has also paid off. As a playwright with several plays produced in Seattle and Los Angeles, and two of them optioned in New York, Saul’s feat in theatre is nothing to sneeze at. It goes without mentioning his “Cry for the Strangers” novel that Gerber Production Company and M.G.M made into a C.B.S movie.

In his “The Blackstone Chronicle” series, Saul follows the lives of several leading families in the fictitious small hamlet of Blackstone—the McGuires, the Beckers, the Connallys, and the Hartwicks, all of whom have a role to play in the shocking turn of events.

What’s more fascinating is how their lives have been intertwined through births, deaths, marriages, business dealings, hardships, rivalries, and occasional triumphs. It goes on to reveal the shocking events and circumstances that bind all the people of Blackstone together.

But how can you explain the relationships, the events, or the catalyst that establishes the motion that’s now the basis of all the evil that’s engulfing Blackstone? How best can you tell the separate stories of different characters whose lives are chained to one, long-hidden past and controlled by one powerful force?

The series has the answer to all the conundrums you have. Conceived in parts or installments, “The Blackstone Chronicles” series is full of suspense and intrigue that appears to take form as you head to finish all the volumes in the series. However, it’s important to note that each book under the series arrives with its own set of new puzzles, all of which connect towards the end of the series.

The first book in the series is “An Eye for an Eye: The Doll,” which begins with the story of Oliver Metcalf, an editor of the Blackstone Chronicle, fretfully presiding over a ceremony that’s supposed to see to it that the Old Asylum is demolished. Turns out, the building’s fate still hangs on the beam, as financial problems crop up forcing the projected to be frozen.

Next we are introduced to Contractor Bill McGuire, who, on the face of it, can’t hide his dismay over the halted project. He’s determined to proceed and finish the project without further ado, notwithstanding he has a family and a pregnant wife to take care of.

Before he gets in over his head with the project, someone drops a package at his door. Mrs McGuire opens it only to find it’s an antique doll with blond hair. Her young daughter, Megan is all fired up about the gift and can’t stop wrapping her arms around it. But, Bill’s wife, Elizabeth smells a rat. Who sent the doll and what is it for? But what both Bill and Elizabeth are yet to find out is that such innocent gifts often herald a murderous menace in Blackstone.

As much as the second book–Twist of Fate; The Locket—in the series is still connected to the first, it features loads of new characters and its own unique puzzle. First we are introduced to Jules Hartwick, who has hit the highest echelon of success in almost all aspect of his life. Being the president of the first National Bank in Blackstone, his career is one to be admired by many. He has a lovely daughter, whose wedding plans to another tycoon are still underway. But there’s one rub in Jules’ theoretical happy life—the Federal Reserve is on his neck and the disturbing audit comes as a bottleneck to all plans to finance the Blackstone Centre, slated to rise on the Old Asylum’s site.

Now on one fateful night, after relishing a lavishing dinner, another mysterious package is dropped at Hartwick’s doorstep. But this time the gift is a silver Locket; not a doll as with the McGuire. Who sent it and why? Jules can’t trace the root of his suspicions. But as it turns out, this second sinister gift is supposed to unleash a long chain of bloodcurdling events that will run all through to the last volume.

6 Responses to “John Saul”

I read most of his books years ago and still have the hard backs ,,which I will read again,I always wondered why he stopped writing .

Well it’s 2022 and there hasn’t been any new books written by Mr John Saul since 2009 by lists of his total books of 37 ! What happened?? I have all of the 37 !

Read this on his Facebook site: Hi, In early November 2020, in the midst of COVID world I wrote to my fans, friends and family that I was, indeed, retired, however if Joe Biden won the 2020 election and was inaugurated, I was going to write something for everybody and send it off. I wanted to write something that was John Saulish and I wanted it to be somewhat relevant to these times. Well, I finally finished the project. It’s called “Home Sweet Home” and here is a link to a pdf. You can read it online or download it. http://www.johnsaul.com/files/135944768.pdf Happy Spring and stay safe. John

After raising 5 children and then working nights for 26 years i never had time to read books. Then at a library old book sale i discover John Saul. What a thrill. I can’t get enough of him. But i discovered him so late i could get all his books without waiting for his next. I have read every one of his 30 books except I only have books 2,3,5,6 of Blackstone Chronicles. I am lookin for 1 and 4. He is the absolute GREATEST writer i have had the honor of reading. I will re-read his books for years to come. With all my heart Thank You Mr. Saul for sharing your talent with us.

I love all of his books. I am looking for m0re

i enjoy all of Saul’s work and have read most of it and plan on reading the ones i missed which isn’t many. i have read several more than once and will read them again. hopefully he puts many more books.

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John Saul Books in Order (36 Book Series)

Ashes to Ashes

John Saul has written a series of 36 books. Here, you can see them all in order! (plus the year each book was published)

Suffer the Children

Punish the sinners, cry for the strangers, comes the blind fury, when the wind blows, the god project, brain child, the unwanted, the unloved, second child, black lightning, an eye for an eye, blackstone chronicles, book 1, twist of fate, blackstone chronicles, book 2, ashes to ashes, blackstone chronicles, book 3, in the shadow of evil, blackstone chronicles, book 4, day of reckoning, blackstone chronicles, book 5, blackstone chronicles, book 6, the presence, the right hand of evil, black creek crossing, the manhattan hunt club, midnight voices, perfect nightmare, in the dark of the night, the devil's labyrinth, faces of fear, house of reckoning.

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John Saul’s first novel to be credited under his name was Suffer the Children , which was published in 1977. Below is a list of John Saul’s books in order of when they were originally published:

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John Saul Synopsis: Suffer the Children is John Saul’s debut novel. When a little girl let out a scream one hundred years ago in Port Arbello, no one heard. She died. No one saw, except for a man whose guilt caused him to throw himself into the sea. Today in Port Arbello, children are disappearing as history repeats itself. And one child ends her silence with a 100 year-old scream.

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2 Responses to “Order of John Saul Books”

I know! I’m jonesing for a new novel. Mr. Saul….please don’t retire! I guess I’ll have to read DUNE series and hope Saul releases a new book.

The last book was written in 2009…when will we see a new book from John Saul? Been reading his books over 30 years now!!! (Not) patiently waiting!!

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When the Wind Blows

When the Wind Blows THE CHILDREN WILL CRY... The children were waiting. Waiting for centuries. Waiting for someone to hear their cries. Now nine-year-old Christie Lyons has come to live in the house on the hill -- the house where no child...

The God Project

“[John] Saul has the instincts of a natural storyteller.” -- People Something is happening to the children of Eastbury, Massachusetts. Something that causes healthy babies to turn cold in their cribs. Something that strikes at the heart of...

Nathaniel

For a hundred years, the people of Prairie Bend have whispered Nathaniel's name in wonder and fear.  Some say he is a folktale, created to frighten children on cold winter nights.  Some swear he is a terrifying spirit retumed to avenge the past....

Brainchild

Alex Lonsdale was one of the most popular kids in La Paloma, California.  Until the horrifying car accident.  Until a brilliant doctor's medical miracle brought him back from the brink of death.  Now, Alex seems the same.  but in his eyes the...

Baraka

Sent to Hanoi to secure a promise of permits for offshore oil exploration, Martin Laing finds himself trying to unload five billion dollars worth of blacklisted U.S. arms and ammunition abandoned after the Vietnam War...

Cry for the Strangers

Clark's Harbor was the perfect coastal haven,  jealously guarded against outsiders. But now  strangers have come to settle there. And a small boy is  suddenly free of a frenzy that had gripped him since  birth... His sister is haunted by fear...

Hellfire

The old mill has been silent for a hundred years, its dread secrets locked from view. Still, the people of Westover, Massachusetts, remember . . . and whisper of that terrible day when horrifying flames claimed eleven innocent young lives. The day th...

The Next Best Thing

Innocence dies so easily. Evil lives again . . . and again . . . and again. One hundred years ago in Port Arbello a pretty little girl began to scream. And struggle. And die. No one heard. No one saw. Just one man whose guilty heart burst in p...

The Unwanted

Cassie Winslow is sixteen.  She has just lost her mother in a terrible accident.  Now, lonely and frightened, she has come to live with the father she barely knows and his new family in tiny False Harbor on Cape Cod.  For Cassie, the strange, u...

Paradise Eater

Lush, a deceptively tranquil, the secluded island  basks in splendid isolation off the South Carolina  coast--as does the Devereaux mansion, a once-great  plantation house now crumbling amidst the ancient  oaks. Now, for the first time in two...

Fear Factor

A powerful high-tech company. A postcard-pretty  company town. Families. Children. Sunshine.  Happiness. A high school football team that never-ever  loses. And something else. Something horrible ...  Now, there is a new family in town. A shy...

Punish the Sinners

Italy 1252. Inquisition. Accusation. Fear.  Torture. The guilty and the innocent dying for sins real  and imagined in the flames of the burning stake.  Neilsville, 1978. Peter Blasam has come to this  sleepy desert town to teach its youth, an...

Comes the Blind Fury

A century ago, a gentle blind girl walked the cliffs of Paradise Point. Then the children came -- taunting, teasing -- until she lost her footing and fell, shrieking her rage to the drowning sea... Now Michelle has come from Boston to live in the big...

Second Child

Beware the second child. This lush, secluded Maine seaside resort is the summer playground of the superrich, but one hundred years ago, something disturbed their play. Horror came to this village. And though no one knows it yet, the horror has...

Sleepwalk

A terrifying new novel by the author of Darkness and Shadows Borrego, New Mexico. A peaceful little desert town. Except for one thing. Somebody here hates teenagers. Hates them. These troublemakers, these rebels, have to be controlled.<...

Darkness

Villejeune, Florida. A secluded little town at the edge of a vast, eerie swamp. Far from prying eyes. Far from the laws of civilization. Here folks live by their own rules -- dark rites of altars and infants, candles and blood. Years ago the A...

All Fall Down

Something horrific is happening to the children of Eastbury, Massachusetts. Now, an entire town waits on the edge of panic for the next nightmare. There must be a reason for the terror. They all know it - but no one ever suspected....

Shadows

They call it the Academy. A secluded, cliff-top mansion overlooking the rugged Pacific coast. A school for children gifted -- or cursed -- with extraordinary minds. Children soon to come under the influence of an intelligence even more brilliant than...

The Homing

Young widow Karen Spellman and her two daughters are leaving Los Angeles to return to the lush countryside of Karen’s childhood, where she plans to marry her high school sweetheart. But something sinister awaits the Spellmans. For here, long ago, a...

Black Lightning

John Saul knows how to make the blood run cold and the heart race wild with fear. Now the author of the New York Times bestsellers Creature and The Homing delivers a chilling novel of a convicted serial killer sentenced to death -- and hell-bent on r...

Guardian

"All the right scares in all the right places." The Seattle Times A telephone rings in the dead of night with shocking news for single mother MaryAnne Carpenter: her friends the Wilkensons are suddenly, inexplicably dead, their only child, Joey, a...

An Eye for an Eye: The Doll

Master of terror in all its forms, John Saul now thrills us with a serial novel that brings to terrifying life the small New England town of Blackstone -- and the secrets and sins that lay buried there. From the top of Blackstone's highest hill the ...

Ashes to Ashes: The Dragon's Flame

John Saul, author of nineteen bestselling novels of chilling suspense, now creates a serial thriller that brings to terrifying life the small New England town of Blackstone -- where the sins of the past are returning to haunt the present. An unholy e...

Twist of Fate: The Locket

John Saul, author of nineteen bestselling novels of chilling suspense, now gives us a serial thriller set in the small New England town of Blackstone, where the inhabitants are caught in the grip of unrelenting evil. Strange gifts are appearing in th...

In the Shadow of Evil: The Handkerchief

John Saul, author of nineteen bestselling novels of chilling suspense, has now created a serial thriller that brings to life the small New England town of Blackstone -- where the terrifying sins of the past threaten the innocent and guilty alike. Evi...

Asylum

John Saul, master of psychological and supernatural suspense, has created a terrifying serial thriller set in the New England town of Blackstone. From the old Asylum, an insidious evil has descended upon unsuspecting souls who fall within its looming...

The Presence

Beyond the sparkling Hawaiian beaches, masked by the deceptive beauty of the rainforest, evil awaits sixteen-year-old Michael Sundquist and his mother, Katharine, an anthropologist who has come to the Islands to study the unusual skeletal remains une...

The Right Hand of Evil

When the Conways move into their ancestral home in Louisiana after the death of an estranged aunt, it is with the promise of a new beginning. But the house has a life of its own. Abandoned for the last forty years, surrounded by thick trees and a sti...

Nightshade

Fifteen-year-old Matthew Moore seems to have a charmed life...until a mysterious fire forces his grandmother to move in with his family. The elderly woman insists on re-creating the bedroom of Cynthia, her favored child who died tragically more than ...

The Manhattan Hunt Club

Falsely convicted of a brutal crime, college student Jeff Converse sees his future vanishing before his eyes. But someone has other plans for Jeff, in a place far deadlier than any penitentiary. Jeff finds himself beneath the teeming streets of Manha...

Midnight Voices

The sudden, tragic death of her husband leaves Caroline Evans alone in New York City to raise her children with little money and even less hope. When she meets and marries handsome, successful Anthony Fleming, the charismatic man of her dreams, she b...

Black Creek Crossing

The dark history and dire secrets of a peaceful small town are summoned from the shadows of the past. Unholy forces are stirred from long slumber to monstrous new life. And two young misfits discover the chilling art of turning persecution into retri...

Perfect Nightmare

When Lindsay Marshall mysteriously vanishes froi her bedroom during the night, her mother, Kara, fears the worst. Their neighbor Patrick Shields can easily relate to Kara's grief--he is still dealing with the pain of losing his wife and two children ...

Arkham Tales

Nestled along the Massachusetts coast, the small town of Arkham has existed for centuries. It is the source of countless rumors and legends. Those who have visited it each telling a different and remarkable account, whisper tales of Arkham. Reports o...

In the Dark of the Night

For Chicago couple Dan and Merrill Brewster, a summer at Pinecrest, a rambling lakeside house, is an deal vacation, and for their kids, Eric and Marci, Pinecrest is the perfect place to spend some time exploring. Eric and his friends discover a curio...

Call It Tender

These collected love stories, often commenting wryly on modern life, are set in Europe and beyond. John Saul's stories have appeared frequently in anthologies including New Writing and the books of Serpent's Tail. Call It Tender hopes to see his inno...

The Devil's Labyrinth

After his father's untimely death sends fifteen-year-old Ryan McIntyre into an emotional tailspin, his mother enrolls him in St. Isaac's Catholic boarding school, hoping the venerable institution with a reputation for transforming wayward teens can w...

Faces of Fear

Fifteen-year-old Alison Shaw may not be beautiful, but she doesn't really care: She'd much rather read a good book than primp in front of a mirror. But Alison's gorgeous mother, Risa, knows that beauty can be a key to success and wishes only the best...

As Rivers Flow

'Oblivious to human exploits,' it says in the story 'Aire', 'rivers continue'. Twelve rivers, twelve stories. These waterways - eight in England, one in Portugal, one in Germany and two in France - are the backdrop to the meetings, partings, confront...

House of Reckoning

For more than three decades John Saul has haunted the New York Times bestseller list -- and readers' imaginations -- with his chilling tales of psychological suspense and supernatural horror. His instinct for striking the deepest chords of fear in ou...

A Fairy Tale

It's San Francisco in the early 1970s, and thirty-something Solly Steinberg still isn't married, much to the consternation of his Aunt Sylvia who is determined to correct this calamitous state of affairs before Solly's next birthday. The only trouble...

John Saul's God Project

From the best selling novelist, comes "God Project". Eastbury, Mass. Quiet, peaceful, prosperous. Surely the ideal place to raise a family? For the Montgomery family, the death of their baby daughter is a mystery that medicine should be able to answe...

John Saul's The God Project #4

As the bodycount rises, the truth behind the God Project begins to emerge from the shadows - but the two families who have been seeking to uncover the fates of their lost children discover that its terrifying implications stretch far beyond Eastbury,...

John Saul's The Blackstone Chronicles #0

A behind the scenes look into the new horror series from John Saul. From the imagination of best-selling author John Saul comes Blackstone Asylum. Dr. Malcolm Metcalf's sadistic legacy. Madhouse. Torture chamber. As the town of Blackstone plans its ...

John Saul's The Blackstone Chronicles #4

The Blackstone Curse has all but triumphed.  Just one special delivery remains: a razor used to slash the throat of a child.  Now, it's Oliver's only weapon.  Will he use it to end the Curse… or fulfill it? Discover the shocking truth in...

John Saul's The God Project #3

Sally and Bernie Montgomery have found some disturbing information about the death of their baby daughter - but is it really an answer, or just another question? Malone, meanwhile, continues to search for Lucy Corliss' missing son Randy, but his ...

John Saul's: The God Project

Collected for the first time. from the best selling novelist John Saul, comes God Project. Eastbury, Mass. Quiet, peaceful, prosperous. Surely the ideal place to raise a family? For the Montgomery family, the death of their baby daughter is a mystery...

John Saul's The Blackstone Chronicles #1: Saul, John

From the imagination of best-selling author John Saul comes Blackstone Asylum. Dr. Malcolm Metcalf's sadistic legacy. Madhouse. Torture chamber. As the town of Blackstone plans its demolition, a dark stranger is determined to keep the evils of th...

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  1. John Saul |

    In 1976, SUFFER THE CHILDREN was published by Dell. It was the first original paperback (as opposed to a paperback edition of a hardcover book) to go on to the

  2. List of books by author John Saul

    Books by John Saul ; Perfect Nightmare 0345467329 Book Cover. Perfect Nightmare · Save $5.40 ; The Blackstone Chronicles 044900192X Book Cover. The Blackstone

  3. John Saul Books In Order

    Publication Order of Standalone Novels ; Suffer the Children, (1977) ; Punish the Sinners, (1978) ; Cry for the Strangers, (1979) ; Comes the Blind Fury, (1980)

  4. John Saul Books in Order (36 Book Series)

    John Saul Books in Order (36 Book Series) · Suffer the Children · Punish the Sinners · Cry for the Strangers · Comes the Blind Fury · When the Wind Blows · The God

  5. John Saul

    John Saul ; Series. Blackstone Chronicles 1. An Eye for an Eye (1996) 2. Twist of Fate (1997) 3. Ashes to Ashes (1997) 4. In the Shadow of Evil (1997) 5. Day of

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    NovelsEdit ; 1977, Suffer the Children ; 1978, Punish the Sinners ; 1979, Cry for the Strangers ; 1980, Comes the Blind Fury.

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    Follow John Saul and explore their bibliography from Amazon.com's John Saul Author Page.

  8. Books by John Saul and Complete Book Reviews

    Books by John Saul and Complete Book Reviews ; Guardian · Fawcett Books $21.5 (390p) ISBN 978-0-449-90862-4 ; The Presence · Fawcett Books $25 (400p) ISBN 978-0-449

  9. Order of John Saul Books

    Publication Order of Blackstone Chronicles Books · An Eye for an Eye · Twist of Fate · Ashes to Ashes · In the Shadow of Evil · Day of Reckoning · Asylum

  10. John Saul Book & Series List

    John Saul · 1 - An Eye for an Eye: The Doll (Feb-1997) · 2 - Twist of Fate: The Locket (Mar-1997) · 3 - Ashes to Ashes: The Dragon's Flame (Mar-1997) · 4 - In the