Whitley Strieber (Louis Whitley Strieber)

Search on Amazon


San Antonio, Texas, USA
Whitley Strieber began his writing career with a pair of modern-Gothic horror novels, The Wolfen (1981) and The Hunger (1983), for which he earned renown as one of the best of the "new wave" of horror writers. Both of these novels were made into films.

In the mid-eighties his novels of nuclear destruction, Warday and Wolf of Shadows, became a New York Times bestseller (co-authored by James Kunetka) and an award winning young-adult novel, respectively. Costa-Gavras was briefly attached to a planned feature film adaptation of Warday. Read more...