T. Jefferson is a renowned America author who was born in Los Angeles, California. Parker attended Jefferson High School, located in Orange County, where he graduated in the year 1976. Once he completed his high school education, Jefferson Parker then joined California University, where he took a Bachelor’s degree in English.
Order of Charlie Hood Series
|1||L.A. Outlaws||2008||Description / Buy|
|2||The Renegades||2009||Description / Buy|
|3||Iron River||2009||Description / Buy|
|4||The Border Lords||2011||Description / Buy|
|5||The Jaguar||2012||Description / Buy|
|6||The Famous and the Dead||2013||Description / Buy|
In the year 1992, Jefferson Parker was recognized as the school’s most distinguished alumnus. He began his writing career in the year 1978 when he was enrolled as a junior reporter in Newport Ensign, a weekly newspaper. Parker extensively covered all types of police matters as well as the matters that involved the City Hall as well. Eventually, Jefferson Parker then shifted to the Daily Pilot, where he became the recipient of three awards for the articles that he submitted to the press club. While working as a journalist, he gathered information and material for use in his line of work.
As an accomplished American author of detective novels genre, T. Jefferson Parker is the recipient of an Edgar Award in the year 2002 for his novel Silent Joe. In the year 2005, T. Jefferson Parker was then awarded another Edgar Award for his book, California Girl. Because T. Jefferson resided in Orange County, T. Jefferson decided to use it as a setting for a majority of his novels. Towards the mid-1990’s, T. Jefferson was recognized as the most consistently reliable and intelligent American Author.
Charlie Hood Awards
The Charlie Hood book series is yet to be nominated for any major literary award.
Charlie Hood Books into Movies
None of the books in the Charlie Hood book series has been adapted into a screenplay.
Best Charlie Hood Books
The Jaguar: If you are a fan of CJ Box and Michael Connelly, then you are going to fall in love with this white hot and audacious installment in the Charlie Hood book series, by Edgar Award winning and New York Times Bestselling author, T. Jefferson Parker. Parker is widely known as the Room of White Fire, which not only redefines the backdrop of a thriller but also shatters each expectation that the readers had about the bad and good guys. When one Benjamin Armenta, the leader of the exceedingly powerful Gulf Cartel decided to abduct one Erin McKenna, his demands are exceedingly unique and can be compared to the jungle fortress. While being imprisoned, Erin is ordered to compose a narcocorrido, which is going to be a folk Ballad, that is going to romanticize Armenta, into one of the best desperados in Mexican History.
Allowed to wander across the hallways of the castle, with an exceedingly mysterious priest and a guitar, Erin must be able to produce, one of the loveliest songs that this man has ever heard. If Erin fails to produce the song, she is going to be skinned alive. As Erin’s music breathes through the jungle, it, in turn, serves as a call to two men, who are in love with her, one Charlie Hood and Bradley Jones, her outlaw husband. These two men possess the power to rescue her. However, there exceedingly long and simmering competitiveness will not only compromise Erin’s deliverance but also end in life and death ballad.
The Famous and the Dead: In this book, we meet once again with Charlie Hood, Los Angeles sheriff’s deputy. Charlie Hood is attached to the ATF, where he will be serving as an undercover agent on the illegal arms trade that flows across the United States and Mexico border. The sparkle of diamond fillings that Charlie Hood wears many at times distracts his task force targets. As this happens, Bradley Jones, the sheriff’s deputy and an employee of Baja Cartel and also the son of the love of Charlie’s life, is expecting a son. Charlie knows all of Bradley’s secrets. However, the question remains what is Charlie going to do with all his information that he has in his possession.
The Border Lords: In the Border Lords, Charlie Hood begins to search for an agent who was working undercover, who had mysteriously disappeared. However, the agent eventually resurfaced in a series of haunting and bizarre video tapes.
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What Is The Next Book in The Charlie Hood Series?
There doesn't seem to be an upcoming book in The Charlie Hood Series. The newest book is The Famous and the Dead and was released on April, 18th 2013.