David B. Coe

David B. Coe

David B. Coe is the author of more than fifteen novels. His first series, the LonTobyn Chronicle won the William L. Crawford Fantasy Award as the best new fantasy. He followed the LonTobyn Books with his critically acclaimed Winds of the Forelands and Blood of the Southlands series. David’s books have been translated into a dozen languages.

David also writes the historical urban fantasy - the Thieftaker Chronicles - as D. B. Jackson.


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Edited: Darkki April 01, 2021
Book Covers
Children of Amarid (LonTobyn Chronicle #1)
The Outlanders (LonTobyn Chronicle #2)
Eagle-Sage (LonTobyn Chronicle #3)
Rules of Ascension (Winds of the Forelands #1)
Seeds of Betrayal (Winds of the Forelands #2)
Bonds of Vengeance (Winds of the Forelands #3)
Shapers of Darkness (Winds of the Forelands #4)
Weavers of War (Winds of the Forelands #5)
The Sorcerers' Plague (Blood of the Southlands #1)
The Horsemen's Gambit (Blood of the Southlands #2)
The Dark-Eyes' War (Blood of the Southlands #3)
Spell Blind (The Case Files of Justis Fearsson #1)
His Father's Eyes (The Case Files of Justis Fearsson #2)
Shadow's Blade (The Case Files of Justis Fearsson #3)
Knightfall: The Infinite Deep

Speculative Fiction Novels (14)

(The Case Files of Justis Fearsson #3)
2016 | fantasy > urban fantasy
(The Case Files of Justis Fearsson #2)
2015 | fantasy > urban fantasy
(The Case Files of Justis Fearsson #1)
2015 | fantasy > urban fantasy
(Blood of the Southlands #3)
2010 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Blood of the Southlands #2)
2009 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Blood of the Southlands #1)
2007 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Winds of the Forelands #5)
2007 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Winds of the Forelands #4)
2005 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Winds of the Forelands #3)
2005 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Winds of the Forelands #2)
2003 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Winds of the Forelands #1)
2002 | fantasy > high fantasy
(LonTobyn Chronicle #3)
2000 | fantasy > high fantasy
(LonTobyn Chronicle #2)
1998 | fantasy > high fantasy
(LonTobyn Chronicle #1)
1997 | fantasy > high fantasy

Others non-spefi books (1)

(Knightfall)
2019 | history, mainstream