Jeanne Stein’s first novel, The Becoming, was a Barnes & Noble national best seller for December 2006 as well as a local bestseller in San Diego and Denver. It was published first by ImaJinn Books, a small Colorado publisher, then picked up by Berkley.
Blood drive, the second in the Anna Strong series, was released by Berkley in June 2007, Watcher, the third, in December 2007 and the fourth, Legacy, hit the shelves in September 2008. She also has a story in an anthology entitled Many Bloody returns, edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner, which debuted at #30 on the NYT bestseller list. A second short story, Better Lucky Than Good, appeared in the anthology At the scene of the crime, edited by Dana Stabenow.
Jeanne is active in the writing community, belonging to Sisters in Crime both nationally and in San Diego and LA. She also belongs to Horror Writers of America, RWA and Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. She was named RMFW’s Writer of the Year for 2008, an honor given to a writer who has contributed to the organization as well as achieved success in publication.
Her books are published in Germany by Droemer/Knaur and Norway (2009).
The fifth in the Anna Strong Chronicles, Retribution, will be released in the fall of 2009 and a story, The Ghost of Leadville, in the upcoming Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance, Vol. II.
Anna Strong Series
The Becoming (2006)
Blood Drive (2007)
The Watcher (2007)
Retribution (fall 2009)
Chosen (August 31, 2010)
Verführung der Nacht (2008)
Lockruf des Blutes (2008)
Dunkle Küsse (2009)
Der Kuss der Vampirin (8/2010)
Blutrotes Verlangen (2/2011)
Many Bloody Returns Edited by Charlaine Harris, Jim Butcher, Kelley Armstrong (2007) - contributor ISBN 0441016758
Better Lucky Than Good published in At the Scene of the Crime, edited by Dana Stabenow (2008) ISBN 0786720557
The Ghost of Leadville published in Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance, Vol. II, edited by Trisha Telep (2009) ISBN 1849010439
Elizabeth and Anna's Big Adventure published in A Girl's Guide to Guns and Monsters, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Kerrie Hughes (2010) ISBN 0756406145