Russell Blake Books in Order
Name: Craig Phillip Osso
Date of birth: 1960
Place of birth: USA
Resides: Baja, Mexico
First book published: This Ol' Casa
Previous employment: wine producer
Fun fact #1: Russell was such a successful business man that he managed to retire in his early 40s.
Fun fact #2: He wrote 50 books in under five years.
- been in talks, but nothing has happened yet.
Russell Blake Book List & Suggested Book Order
Russell Blake Interview
Creator of the Jet series and The Day After Never series, author Russell Blake talks about how much he writes and why it is usually thrillers. He also reveals his daily routine and his outlining process.
Russell Blake Biography
Russell Blake was born in 1960 in the USA. The month and date are not known, though it is probably some time between February and May.
Russell likes to keep as much of his past and personal life as private as is possible, so almost nothing is known of his early life, family, or current life. One thing which is known is his real name: Russell was born Craig Phillip Osso. He adopted the name Russell Blake as a pseudonym when he took up writing (he uses another similar name to write outside his usual thriller genre – he writes young adult/romance novels under the name R. E. Blake).
Though born in the USA, Russell had a very varied childhood, being raised in the US, Europe, and Mexico. He says he was reading when he was just two years old, for which he thanks his parents’ liberal and forward-thinking attitude. As a small child, one of his favorite books was The Little Prince, which was written in 1943 in France by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. As he got older, he enjoyed The Hardy Boys and the books of H. P. Lovecraft.
It wasn’t long before Russell cut loose with his own literary talents – the first story he remembers writing was when he was in second or third grade. Far from The Little Prince, Russell’s story was pure horror, involving blood and guts, satanic elements, and maybe even demonic pigeons of all things. (I’m sure his teacher was delighted and not concerned in the least!)
He spent his youth living on the West Coast of the USA. For a short time, he attended college but became very disillusioned very quickly. He felt the educational program was teaching him how to memorize things he’d never use in real life, but not teaching him the most basic things needed to succeed in life: how to think and how to reason. With that, he took drastic action...
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Why Read the Russell Blake Jet Series in Order?
Another in the growing line of successful indie authors, Russell is not only highly successful, but highly prolific. Russell hasn't just written a vast number of books in only a few years, but has turned his hand to a vast number of genres, writing books about secret agents, special forces operatives, post-apocalyptic worlds, treasure hunters, assassins, and even romance. His most popular series is the Jet books, followed closely by the Day After Never books, the Assassin books, the Fargo Books (written with Clive Cussler) and Black books.
This Russell Blake book list not only gives all the Russell Blake books in chronological order, but will let you see the characters develop and witness events at the correct time, just as Russell intended.
So, if you've ever wondered about the Russell Blake book order, or if you could have a list of the Jet series in order, you need the most comprehensive book list available, which includes a check list, alternative titles, page counts, movie adaptations, co-authors, star ratings, and a host of other features, plus:
- Jet series in order
- Jet short stories in order
- Jet in order - books and short stories listed by publication date AND the order in which the story events occur
- Fargo books in order (written with Clive Cussler)
- The Day After Never books in order
- Assassin series in order
- Black books in order
- Delphi Chronicle, Fatal, Dr. Archer Cross… everything
- a complete list of short stories, standalone novels & nonfiction