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Ted Dekker

USA flag (1962 - )

Ted Dekker is a novelist currently under contract with Thomas Nelson. His fictional works include Black, Red, White, Thr3e, Blink, Showdown, Saint, Skin, Heaven's Wager, Obsessed, When Heaven Weeps, Thunder of Heaven, A Martyr's Song and the co-author of Blessed Child, A Man Called Blessed, and House. Dekker also wrote The Slumber of Christianity, a non-fiction work about misplaced values in the post-modern church.

Books of History Chronicles: Circle
1. Black (2004)
2. Red (2004)
3. White (2003)
4. Green (2009)
The Circle Trilogy (omnibus) (2004)
Circle Series 4-in-1 (omnibus) (2009)

Books of History Chronicles: Paradise
1. Showdown (2006)
2. Saint (2006)
3. Sinner (2008)
The Paradise Trilogy (omnibus) (2012)
Books of History Chronicles: Lost
1. Chosen (2008)
2. Infidel (2008)
3. Renegade (2008)
4. Chaos (2008)
5. Lunatic (2009) (with Kaci Hill)
6. Elyon (2009) (with Kaci Hill)
The Lost Books Box Set (omnibus) (2010) (with Kaci Hill)
Chosen / Infidel / Renegade / Chaos (omnibus) (2012)
The Lost Books Collection (omnibus) (2014)

Books of Mortals (with Tosca Lee)
0.5. The Keeper (2011)
1. Forbidden (2011)
2. Mortal (2012)
3. Sovereign (2013)
Eyes Wide Open
1. Identity (2012)
2. Mirrors (2012)
3. Unseen (2013)
4. Seer (2013)
Eyes Wide Open (omnibus) (2013)


1. A.D. 30 (2014)
2. A.D. 33 (2015)
Graphic Novels
Ted Dekker recommends
The Assignment
The Assignment (2004)
Mark Andrew Olsen
"A writer who can take your breath away with a single sentence. A welcome fresh voice that must be read!"

Demon (2007)
Tosca Lee
"So few books rattle me to the core yet lift my hopes to the heavens in the same breath. Tosca Lee's Demon is a rare find that must be read."

Watcher in the Woods (2008)
(Dreamhouse Kings, book 2)
Robert Liparulo
"A powerhouse storyteller delivers his most fantastic ride yet!"

Never Let You Go (2010)
Erin Healy
"Heart pounding suspense and unrelenting hope that will steal your breath."

Vigilante (2011)
Robin Parrish
"[Parrish's] stories are sure to shape fiction for years to come."

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