Brendan DuBois

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Brendan DuBois is an American mystery fiction and suspense writer.[1] In this field he has twice won a Shamus Award for Best Short Story of the Year. He also had his short story "The Dark Snow'" published in Best American Mystery Stories of the Century, edited by Otto Penzler and Tony Hillerman (ISBN 0618012710). Despite success in his primary genres, he is best known for his alternate history novel Resurrection Day, which won the Sidewise Award for Alternate History. He was the champion on the September 28, 2012 episode of Jeopardy! and defeated the Beast on the February 24, 2015 episode of The Chase.[2]


Stand alones[edit]

  • Resurrection Day
  • Six Days
  • Betrayed
  • Final Winter
  • Twilight (aka Dead of Night)
  • Amerikan Eagle (written as Alan Glenn)

Lewis Cole series[edit]

  • Dead Sand
  • Black Tide
  • Shattered Shell
  • Killer Waves
  • Buried Dreams
  • Primary Storm
  • Deadly Cove
  • Fatal Harbor
  • Blood Foam

Empire of the North (e-Books)[edit]

  • The Noble Warrior
  • The Noble Prisoner
  • The Noble Prince

Short stories[edit]

  • The Dark Snow and Other Mysteries (Crippen & Landru, 2002)
  • Tales from the Dark Woods
  • Death of a Gemini


  1. ^ Rule, Rebecca (May 1, 1994). "A Seacoast detective, with depth". The Telegraph. Retrieved 27 June 2012. 
  2. ^ Hawkins, Erik (February 25, 2015). "Exeter man wins $17,500 on Game Show Network". Seacoast Online. Retrieved September 4, 2016. 

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