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Stephen Mertz


USA flag (b.1947)

aka Cliff Banks, Stephen Brett, Jack Buchanan, Jim Case

Stephen Mertz, is an American fiction author who is best known for his mainstream thrillers and novels of suspense. His work covers a wide variety of styles from paranormal dark suspense (Night Wind and Devil Creek) to historical speculative thrillers (Blood Red Sun) and hardboiled noir (Fade to Tomorrow).

Stephen Mertz has traveled widely and is a U.S. Army veteran. He presently lives in the American Southwest, and he is always at work on a new book.

Genres: Thriller, Western, Mystery
 
Series
Kilroy Mystery
   1. Cold In The Grave (2018)
   2. The Devil's Music (2019)
   3. Sweet Blackmail (2019)
   Some Die Hard (1979) (as by Stephen Brett)
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Steve Madison Mysteries
   1. The Vampire Chase (1979) (as by Stephen Brett)
   2. Fade to Tomorrow (2004)
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Executioner
   42. The Iranian Hit (1982)
   43. Return to Vietnam (1982)
   48. The Libya Connection (1982)
   52. Tuscany Terror (1983)
   62. Day of Mourning (1984)
   64. Dead Man Running (1984)
   67. Beirut Payback (1984)
   73. Appointment in Kabul (1985)
   76. Tehran Wipeout (1985)
   92. Moscow Massacre (1986)
   94. Save the Children (1986)
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Mack Bolan
   4. Dirty War (1985)
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Cody's Army (as by Jim Case)
   1. Cody's Army (1986)
   2. Assault Into Libya (1986)
   3. Philippine Hardpunch (1987)
   4. Belfast Blitz (1987)
   5. D.C. Firestrike (1987)
   6. Hellfire in Haiti (1988)
   7. Sword of the Prophet (1988)
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Tunnel Rats (as by Cliff Banks)
   1. Tunnel Rats (1989)
   2. Mud and Blood (1989)
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Stone M.I.A. Hunter
continued from the original series by Jack Buchanan
   17. Hostage Town (2019)
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Stephen Mertz recommends
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Klaw (1980)
(Klaw, book 1)
W L Fieldhouse
"All hail the long overdue return of a master of action...No one does it like Fieldhouse!"

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