Stephen White's Novels (click here for a printable list.)
(August 20, 2013)
The final book in the Alan Gregory series.
Line of Fire
The first of the dramatic two-part conclusion to the bestselling Alan Gregory series.
The Last Lie
Alan Gregory's new neighbors host a housewarming party that ends in quiet disaster.
Sam Purdy finds himself in the middle of a kidnapping on the Yale campus.
Alan's former wife, Merideth, asks for his help, dragging him into a complicated mystery that reaches back years.
One of Alan's former patients is back for revenge — and nothing will ever be the same.
What if you could choose when to die? But once you decide you can't change your mind. Ever.
Alan Gregory finds his own colleague dead while one of her patients goes missing from Boulder on Christmas Day.
This Alan Gregory novel is about the bonds that hold men and
women together and the betrayals that tear them apart.
The Best Revenge
What price do we pay for keeping secrets—even from ourselves?
The brutal slaying of Boulder's controversial D.A. strikes deep in the heart of everything Alan Gregory holds dear.
Kirsten Lord and her nine-year old daughter accept the Witness Protection Program's offer to hide them in Boulder.
Alan Gregory and Lauren Crowder are asked to assist a private
crime fighting organization known as Locard.
Manner Of Death
Alan's former colleagues' deaths are not occurring from natural causes. Who is targeting them?
Alan is called in after Sam Purdy's 15-year-old niece attempts to end her own life.
Lauren's friend Emma Spires is the target of a stalker. Can Lauren help save her?
The murderer of Alan Gregory's neighbor may be the work of a serial killer.
Lauren Crowder is thrown into a maelstrom of violence in a case of sexual harassment involving the Mormon church.
Alan gets caught in the middle when two seemingly "accidental" deaths occur to a pair of grand jury witnesses.
One of Alan's patients is found dead and her diary describes her
sexual obsession with Alan—and his willing involvement.
***Looking for Saints And Sinners? It doesn't actually exist. That manuscript was renamed Higher Authority prior to publication.