Joseph Wambaugh Books in Order

Joseph Wambaugh Book LIST (in order / by series)

The Hollywood Station Series / Books:
(with Joseph Wambaugh)

  1. Hollywood Station (2006) – with Joseph Wambaugh
  2. Hollywood Crows (2008) – with Nate Weiss / Bix Rumstead
  3. Hollywood Moon (2009) – with Nate Weiss
  4. Hollywood Hills (2010) – with Nate Weiss

Other books (Stand-alone):

  • The Onion Field (1973) -> non-fiction book
  • The Black Marble (1977)
  • Harbor Nocturne (2012) – with Dinko Babich / Lita Medina
  • The Choirboys (1975)
  • The Golden Orange (1990) – with Winnie Farlowe
  • The Delta Star (1983) – with Missy Moonbeam
  • Floaters (1996) – with Mickey Fortney / Leeds
  • Lines and Shadows (1984) -> non-fiction book
  • Finnegan’s Week (1993) – with Finbar Finnegan
  • The Secrets of Harry Bright (1985) – with Jack Watson / Sidney Blackpool
  • The Glitter Dome (1981)
  • Fire Lover (2002) -> non-fiction / biography
  • Fugitive Nights (1992) – with Lynn Cutter / Breda Burrows
  • The Blooding (1989) -> true crime
  • The Blue Knight (1972) – with William Morgan
  • Echoes in the Darkness (1987) – with Jay C. Smith / Susan Reinert
  • The New Centurions (1970) – with Joseph Wambaugh

Movies / TV Series from the books:

  • The Blue Knight (1975) based on the book The Blue Knight (1972).
  • The Choirboys (1977) based on the book The Choirboys (1975).
  • The Onion Field (1979) based on the book The Onion Field (1973).
  • The Glitter Dome (1984) based on the book The Glitter Dome (1981).
  • The Blue Knight (1973) based on the book The Blue Knight (1972).
  • Fugitive Nights (1993) based on the book Fugitive Nights (1992).
  • The New Centurions (1972) based on the book The New Centurions (1970).
  • The Black Marble (1980) based on the book The Black Marble (1977).
  • Echoes in the Darkness (1987) based on the book Echoes in the Darkness (1987).

Awards:

  • Edgar Award

Type of books / work – autobiography, biography, crime fiction, detective fiction, mystery, police, suspense, thriller

Born – 22 January 1937

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