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DuBois, Brendan

Works: 57 works in 200 publications in 4 languages and 9,367 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Detective and mystery fiction  Suspense fiction  Political fiction  Science fiction  Novels  Fantasy fiction  Fairy tales  Short stories, American  Short stories 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PS3554.U2564, 813.54
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Publications about Brendan DuBois
Publications by Brendan DuBois
Most widely held works about Brendan DuBois
Most widely held works by Brendan DuBois
Resurrection day by Brendan DuBois( Book )
22 editions published between 1999 and 2013 in 5 languages and held by 917 libraries worldwide
An alternate-history novel in which the 1962 Cuban Crisis ends in a war which ravages the U.S. The country becomes dependent on British aid and a Boston reporter discovers a plot to transform the U.S. into a British colony
Buried dreams by Brendan DuBois( Book )
7 editions published between 2004 and 2014 in English and held by 673 libraries worldwide
Retired Department of Defense research analyst Lewis Cole loves his small New Hampshire town of Tyler Beach, and he shares this affection with his friend Jon Ericson, an eccentric retiree who
Betrayed by Brendan DuBois( Book )
10 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and Undetermined and held by 609 libraries worldwide
When a man shows up claiming to be his older Vietnam veteran brother who was declared missing in action, Jason Harper finds his joy shadowed by a series of murder attempts on his family and friends that make him doubt the man's story
Fatal harbor by Brendan DuBois( Book )
10 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in English and Undetermined and held by 522 libraries worldwide
"Former Department of Defense analyst Lewis Cole has traveled some dark roads before in his quest for justice. Days after a violent anti-nuclear demonstration puts his best friend, police detective Diane Woods, in a near-fatal coma, Cole abandons his job and his home to find the man who nearly killed his friend. From the rural towns of New Hampshire to the offices of power and influence in Washington, D.C., Cole follows his gut and the flimsiest of clues to track down the cold-blooded attacker who won't hesitate to kill to keep his identity and background secret. Aided by Felix Tinios, a security consultant from Boston's North End, Cole is shadowed by armed and dark men with their own agenda to stop him from learning the truth about what really happened the day his friend was attacked on the grounds of a controversial nuclear power plant. Suffering loss, heartache, and betrayal along the way, Cole is soon standing alone, facing his own ultimate test in how far he will go to avenge a friend."
Blood foam : a Lewis Cole mystery by Brendan DuBois( Book )
7 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 513 libraries worldwide
Lewis Cole-retired Department of Defense analyst and magazine columnist-returns to his fire-damaged home on Tyler Beach with two things on his mind: to recover from a bullet wound and to repair his nearly two hundred-year-old home before a hurricane scours his house. But just when his work has begun, former lover and journalist Paula Quinn comes to him with an urgent request. Her fiancé, attorney Mark Spencer, has gone missing. Lewis Cole is Paula's last hope to find her missing fiancé, but one puzzling aspect of Mark's life leads to Lewis asking more questions ... until gunfire suddenly erupts in placid downtown Tyler. And Lewis and Paula find themselves on the run from a deadly gang, who are also searching for Mark Spencer-to find him and kill him for a past betrayal. So Lewis begins a difficult quest while his own world is threatened by ruthless men and gathering storm clouds
Twilight by Brendan DuBois( Book )
6 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 476 libraries worldwide
In the dark aftermath of World War III, Samuel Simpson, an idealistic journalist, volunteers to become a records-keeper for a U.N. war crimes investigation team in New York State and suddenly finds himself and others the target of an unknown enemy
Shattered shell by Brendan DuBois( Book )
6 editions published between 1999 and 2014 in English and held by 465 libraries worldwide
As magazine writer Lewis Cole investigates off-season arson attacks against hotels in Tyler Beach, New Hampshire, he receives a request to find the rapist of a lesbian. It seems a distraction, but in fact the two cases are connected
Deadly cove by Brendan DuBois( Book )
6 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 460 libraries worldwide
Magazine columnist and former Department of Defense research analyst Lewis Cole is covering an antinuclear protest when gunfire breaks out, injuring his journalist friend and killing a charismatic activist. Not content to let the professionals investigate this shooting, Cole begins to dig into the background of the murdered activist, as well as the antinuclear protesters who are gathering by the thousands on the New Hampshire seacoast, promising violent action in order to take over a nuclear power plant and halt its power production. And at the same time, someone is gunning for Cole, obstructing his investigation and making attempts on his life
Primary storm by Brendan DuBois( Book )
8 editions published between 2006 and 2008 in English and held by 458 libraries worldwide
At a presidential campaign rally in New Hampshire, a prominent senator from Georgia is the target of an assassination attempt. Former Department of Defense research analyst, Lewis Cole, is the initial prime suspect. As he tries to clear his name, and find the true shooter, Lewis finds everything and everyone he holds dear threatened, not to mention his faith in the political system
Black tide : a Lewis Cole mystery by Brendan DuBois( Book )
7 editions published between 1995 and 2014 in English and held by 432 libraries worldwide
In New Hampshire, events are conspiring to ruin PI Lewis Cole's summer. A grounded oil tanker has just dumped its cargo along his beloved coastline, the headless corpse of a skin diver washes up on the beach and a friend drops by for help in disposing millions of dollars in stolen art. It all ties in eventually. By the author of Dead Sand
Final winter by Brendan DuBois( Book )
8 editions published between 2006 and 2013 in English and held by 427 libraries worldwide
While the Twin Towers are still smoking, three intelligence officers meet to discuss averting future threats. They form secret units known as Tiger teams, drawing recruits from inside and outside existing government agencies. CIA officer Adrianna Scott, the head of Tiger Team Seven, announces to her crew of military and law enforcement experts that the U.S. will be hit big in approximately four weeks, though no one knows where or how
Killer waves by Brendan DuBois( Book )
2 editions published between 2002 and 2014 in English and held by 425 libraries worldwide
Lewis Cole, a retired Department of Defense analyst, is caught up in a government investigation when a man is killed in a nature preserve near Lewis' New Hampshire home
Night road by Brendan DuBois( Book )
9 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 420 libraries worldwide
Dishonorably discharged from a top-notch covert Coast Guard position, Zach Morrow is left with almost nothing. So when Homeland Security offers an honorable discharge and full pension in exchange for his help, Zach agrees. All he has to do is get information on an old classmate
Dead sand : a Lewis Cole mystery by Brendan DuBois( Book )
8 editions published between 1994 and 2013 in English and held by 407 libraries worldwide
In Tyler Beach, New Hampshire, Detective Diana Woods enrolls the help of Lewis Cole, a magazine writer, to investigate a series of murders in her town. First, a corpse is unearthed in a back garden, next a waitress is found strangled in her home, then a man who claims to have evidence gets blown up in a boat
Storm cell by Brendan DuBois( Book )
6 editions published between 2016 and 2017 in English and held by 391 libraries worldwide
In his tenth outing, retired intelligence analyst Lewis Cole faces his most daunting challenge yet: Trying to save his friend Felix Tinios from being sent to death row after a conviction on first degree murder--but Felix refuses to accept Lewis' assistance. Felix is being charged for the brutal murder of a local businessman--witnesses place him at the location; the recovered murder weapon belonged to Felix; and his fingerprints are all over the crime scene. It seems to be the proverbial open-and-shut case, but Lewis refuses to believe his friend--even though Felix is a former enforcer for the Boston mob--was responsible. As he engages in his one-man attempt to free his friend, two FBI agents come to him with disturbing news: they have word that unless Felix is freed from prison in just three days, he will be murdered while in custody. With time running out, the FBI nipping at his heels, and with Felix's own lawyer refusing to help, Lewis is on his own as he desperately tries to clear his friend's name before Felix departs prison . . . as a dead man
The year's best science fiction : thirty-first annual collection ( Book )
1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 285 libraries worldwide
"In the new millennium, what secrets lay beyond the far reaches of the universe? What mysteries belie the truths we once held to be self evident? The world of science fiction has long been a porthole into the realities of tomorrow, blurring the line between life and art. Now, in The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirty-First Annual Collection the very best SF authors explore ideas of a new world in the year's best short stories"--
Dark victory : a novel of the alien resistance by Brendan DuBois( Book )
3 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 232 libraries worldwide
"ORIGINAL TRADE PAPERBACK. From two time Shamus Award winner Brendan DuBois comes a terrifying and original tale of a world populated mostly by teens, who are fighting to save their lives. and the future of planet Earth. A decade ago, the alien Creepers came to Earth, dropping asteroids to drown our coastal cities, detonating nuclear weapons overhead to destroy our communications, power and computer systems, and to set up their network of killer stealth satellites to kill anything on our planet that used modern technology. In a matter of days, Earth was driven back to a nineteenth century existence. Then the war really began, as the Creepers descended and set up domed bases that were impervious to everything save a nuclear bomb. For ten years then, the battered and surviving members of humanity have fought against the Creepers and their mechanized exoskeletons, until something unexpected has happened: a chance for victory. Sixteen-year-old Randy Knox has the usual problems of a teenage boy: getting along with his father, dating his sweetheart, and trying not to fail his junior year of high school. But Randy also has other demands on his time, as a sergeant in the N.H. National Guard, attached to the U.S. Army, and fighting the invading Creepers. Randy has dim memories of a time of electric lights, laptop computers, television screens and above all, plenty of food at every meal. On his twelfth birthday, he enlisted in the Army to carry on the fight, since most of the world's adults have been killed off and it's up to the younger generations to serve. But now, as a veteran of the Creeper war and with his K-9 partner Thor, Randy has learned to focus on the essentials: the best way to kill a Creeper, scrounge through abandoned buildings for old canned goods, and to avoid being turned into "barbecue bait." He has earned the Bronze Star, two Purple Hearts, and the Combat Infantryman Badge. Endless war is all he knows. But now change has drastically come to his life. The current President of the United States has announced that scattered remnants of the Air Force have destroyed the Creeper's Orbital Base, ensuring victory over the alien invaders. Those surviving Creepers on the Earth's surface will be hunted down and exterminated, as a weary and wary population celebrates victory. Yet Randy is assigned a new mission: to escort a secret representative from the Governor of New Hampshire to the nation's capital, to meet with the President. And at the last moment, a fellow teen soldier--the beautiful Serena Coulson and her mute younger brother Buddy--are assigned to join Randy. This secretive mission proves to be the most dangerous assignment of his life, as Randy tries to protect his charges from rampaging Creepers and criminal humans. And as he fights to reach the capitol with a vital mission, Randy learns that all of his skills in combating aliens may not be enough to survive the dark conspiracies of his fellow humans. About Dark Victory: "A page-turner of an alien invasion novel with fine world-building and characterization. DuBois writes with a strong hand, keeping the fighting and military side of things gritty. From the weapons to the people, Dubois gets it right."--Steve Miller, cocreator of the best-selling Liaden Universe(r) series About Brendan Dubois: "Dubois gives the reader both exquisite suspense and deeply realized characters."--Booklist "Brendan DuBois is a fine novelist and easily the best short-story writer of his generation."--Lee Child, New York Times best-selling author"--
Dead of night by Brendan DuBois( Book )
12 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 181 libraries worldwide
For years UN peacekeepers have been deployed to war-torn regions of the world, now it's America's turn. A crippling terrorist attack has left the United States cities deserted, it's countryside set ablaze and the government shaken to its knees. Then in the aftermath of the attack civil war has broken out, that is until the UN arrives to restore peace. Sam Simpson is a young idealistic journalist from Canada who is looking for some adventure. So he volunteers to become a record-keeper for a UN war-crimes investigation team at work in upper New York State. While Sam and his team are travelling through the New York countryside, they are searching for evidence of war atrocities, they soon learn that death can strike from any farmhouse, road corner or rest area. But even more chilling than that is when he begins to suspect that there is a traitor in their group, who is trying not only to conceal evidence of this war crime but who is willing to kill them all to do it
6 days by Brendan DuBois( Book )
11 editions published between 2001 and 2012 in English and held by 172 libraries worldwide
A "what-if" thriller of chilling credibility, a terrifying tale of what can happen when power games are mistaken for politics, and paranoia for patriotism
Terribly twisted tales by Martin Harry Greenberg( Book )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 110 libraries worldwide
"Fairy tales are among the earliest fantasies we are exposed to when we are young and impressionable children. In one way or another they stay with us throughout our lives, whether in their original versions, or filtered through cartoon retellings. What more fun could a fantasy writer have than to take up the challenge of drawing upon this rich material and transforming it into something new ... From the adventure of the witch in the gingerbread house and her close encounter with the Golda Lockes who has a very special arrangement with those well-known bears ... to a murderous attack with a glass slipper ... to Jack, a successful theoretical geneticist, who discovers just how perilous research can be ... to a wolf detective who sets out to solve 'Grandma's' murder, here are highly inventive stories that will give you an entirely new perspective on those classic tales."--Page 4 of cover
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Alternative Names
Bois, Brendan du
Brendan Du Bois
Brendan Du Bois escritor estadounidense
Brendan DuBois écrivain américain
DuBois, Brendan
Dubois, Brendan 1959-
デュボイズ, ブレンダン
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