Books in Order
Name: Stuart Woods
Born: 9 January, 1938
Place of birth: Manchester, Georgia, USA
First book: Blue Water, Green Skipper
Previous employment: copywriter
Fun fact #1: Having a love of sailing, Stuart entered sailing competitions for many years.
Fun fact #2: The Prince of Beverly Hills was supposed to be a standalone novel, but under pressure from fans, Stuart wrote a followup.
Awards (not an exhaustive list):
- Edgar Award
- Prix de Literature Policiere
Stuart Woods Book List & Suggested Book Order
Stuart Woods Biography
Stuart Woods was born on the 9th of January in 1938, which was a Sunday. For those readers interested in all things astrological, that means he is a Capricorn, which is one of the Earth signs.
Stuart was born in the small town of Manchester, population of around 4,000 people, in Georgia, which is a state in the South of the United States of America. (Looking at a map, Florida is the 'dangly bit' [excuse the use of cartographers' terminology] on the bottom right and Georgia is the directly above in the main part of the country.) Stuart's mother was a church organist, while his ex-convict father was only around for the first couple of years of Stuart's life. Fortunately, his mother was supportive and nurturing - she actually taught him to read a year before he started school.
Not much is known about Stuart's early life, save that he attended local schools in Manchester. One thing that is known is that he dearly wanted to be a writer. This he proved by trying to pen his first novel when he was just nine years old. However, he soon gave up because it was too difficult.
To further his education, he enrolled at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, which has a population of around 120,000 people so must have seemed like a gigantic metropolis to young Stuart. In 1959, Stuart...
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If you love Stuart Woods’s books 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:
- Stone Barrington series in order
- Will Lee series in order
- Holly Barker series in order
- Ed Eagle series in order
- Teddy Fay, Rick Barron… everything
- a complete list of standalone novels & nonfiction
Stuart Woods Interview
After an unbelievable seven and a half minute introduction, Stone Barrington author Stuart Woods finally makes an appearance. But it’s worth waiting for because he answers some fascinating questions posed by a studio audience. (Or now you know where it starts, just skip straight to it!)
Why Read the Stuart Woods Stone Barrington Series in Order?
What can you say about Stuart Woods? Well, one thing springs to mind - man, can that guy write! Stuart thinks nothing to knocking out five or six novels per year or more, so it's not surprising that his Stone Barrington books have reached an epic 44 titles. Not that Stuart is satisfied with that. No, on top of fan favorite Stone Barrington, Stuart has added the Rick Barron books, Ed Eagle books, Holly Barker books, and Will Lee books, plus standalone novels, plus nonfiction, plus a few more irons in the fire series-wise. Talk about a busy writer!
This Stuart Woods book list not only gives all the Stuart Woods books in chronological order, but will let you see the characters develop and witness events at the correct time, just as Stuart intended.
So, if you've ever wondered about the Stuart Woods book order, or details about a particular Stewart Woods series, e.g the Stone Barrington novels in order, here's everything you could ever wish for!