Whitley Strieber

Whitley Strieber

Louis Whitley Strieber (born 1945) is an American writer best known for his horror novels The Wolfen and The Hunger and for Communion, a non-fiction account of his perceived experiences with non-human entities. Strieber also co-authored The Coming Global Superstorm with Art Bell, which inspired the blockbuster film about sudden climate change, The Day After Tomorrow.

Links

Whitley Strieber's Unknown Country.
Whitley Strieber. Wikipedia.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee February 16, 2010
Book Covers
The Wolfen
The Hunger (The Hunger #1)
Black Magic
The Night Church
War Day
Wolf of Shadows
Nature's End
Cat Magic
Transformation: The Breakthrough
Communion: A True Story
Majestic
Billy
The Wild
Unholy Fire
The Forbidden Zone
Evenings with Demons: Stories from 30 Years
Confirmation: The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us
The Coming Global Superstorm
The Last Vampire (The Hunger #2)
Lilith's Dream: A Tale of the Vampire Life (The Hunger #3)
The Day After Tomorrow
The Grays
2012: The War for Souls
The Nye Incidents
Critical Mass
Hybrids
Melody Burning
Alien Hunter (Alien Hunter #1)
Alien Hunter: Underworld (Alien Hunter #2)
Alien Hunter: The White House (Alien Hunter #3)

Speculative Fiction Novels (24)

(Alien Hunter #3)
2016 | horror, thriller
(Alien Hunter #2)
2014 | horror, thriller
(Alien Hunter #1)
2013 | horror, thriller

2011 | horror, young adult

2011 | science fiction, thriller

2008 | science fiction

2007 | science fiction

2006 | science fiction

2004 | science fiction
(The Hunger #3)
2002 | horror
(The Hunger #2)
2001 | horror

1996 | horror, short stories

1993 | horror

1992 | horror

1991 | fantasy, horror

1989 | science fiction

1986 | science fiction

1986 | fantasy, horror

1985 | science fiction

1984 | science fiction

1983 | horror

1982 | horror
(The Hunger #1)
1981 | horror

1978 | horror

Others non-spefi books (6)


2009 | thriller

1999 | non-fiction

1998 | non-fiction

1990 | thriller

1988 | non-fiction

1988 | non-fiction