Don Winslow Books In Order
Neal Carey Books In Publication Order
- A Cool Breeze on the Underground (1991)
- The Trail to Buddha’s Mirror (1992)
- Way Down on the High Lonely (1993)
- A Long Walk Up the Water Slide (1994)
- While Drowning in the Desert (1996)
Savages Books In Publication Order
Savages Books In Chronological Order
Power of the Dog Books In Publication Order
Standalone Novels In Publication Order
- Isle of Joy (1996)
- The Death and Life of Bobby Z (1997)
- California Fire and Life (1999)
- The Winter of Frankie Machine (2006)
- The Dawn Patrol (2008)
- The Gentlemen’s Hour (2009)
- Satori (2011)
- The Force (2017)
- City on Fire (2021)
Short Story Collections In Publication Order
Non-Fiction Books In Publication Order
Anthologies In Publication Order
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Don Winslow is a writer of crime fiction. He is known for his stylistic research, rich thematic complexity, and strong narrative.
His books chronicle the adventures and misadventures of criminals and outcasts on both sides of the law in New York City.
His first novel of the Neal Carey Mysteries, A Cool Breeze on the Underground (1991), is about the investigator Neal Carey and the underworld of New York City.
A Cool Breeze on the Underground is a novel by Don Winslow about the investigator Neal Carey and the underworld of New York City.
The story follows Carey as he investigates the disappearance of a woman and soon finds himself in danger.
The story is full of gritty realism and a dark graphic edge, with intense scenes that make it an exciting read. The characters are well-developed and engaging, and the plot moves quickly.
The novel won Edgar Award, Shamus Award, and Maltese Falcon Award.
Winslow is praised for his vital research into detailed realism of events in New York City. He does extensive research to understand the mindset and motivations of criminals, police officers, and citizens alike. This style of writing makes his writings exciting and unpredictable. As a result, his novels are an excellent read for crime fiction fans.