Sex instruction books:
Acts of Love; Your Erotic Fantasies; Girls Who Said Yes; How a Woman Longs to be Loved; How to be the Perfect Lover; Isn't It Time You Did Something Kinky?; Sex is Everything; How to be a Good Bad Girl; Women's Erotic Dreams; 1,001 Erotic Dreams Interpreted; How to Drive Your Man Wild in Bed; How to Drive Your Woman Wild in Bed; The High Intensity Sex Plan; More Ways to Drive Your Man Wild in Bed; Sex Secrets of the Other Woman; How to Drive Your Lover Wild in Bed; How to Make Love Six Nights a Week; Wild in Bed Together; Drive Him Wild; Single, Wild, Sexy ... and Safe; How to Drive Your Man Even Wilder in Bed; How to Make His Wildest Dreams Come True; Secrets of the Sexually Irresistible Woman; The Seven Secrets of Really Great Sex; The Secrets of Sexual Play; Wild Sex for New Lovers; Up All Night
Graham worked as a newspaper reporter before taking over joint editorship of the British edition Penthouse and Penthouse Forum magazines. Has written a series of successful "how-to" books on sexual subjects, published by Penguin Dutton, with sales running into millions all around the world.
Lives with his wife Wiescka in a Gothic Victorian mansion high above the River Lee in Cork, Ireland. They have three sons.
Is the editor of Scare Care, an anthology of horror stories for the benefit of abused children.
His grandfather was Thomas Thorne Baker, the eminent scientist who invented DayGlo and was the first man to transmit news photographs by wireless.
Graham Masterton has written over a hundred novels, horror, thrillers and historical sagas, as well as collections of short stories.
Inserts (1976) (writing as Anton Rimart); The Djinn (1977); Fireflash 5 (1977); Charnel House (1978); The Sphinx (1978); Heartbreaker (1978) (writing as Katherine Winston); The Devils of D-Day (1978); The Sweetman Curve (1979); A Mile Before Morning (1979); The Wells of Hell (1979); Rich (1979); Phobia (1980) (writing as Thomas Luke); The Hell Candidate (1980) (writing as Thomas Luke); Man of Destiny (1981); The Heirloom (1981) (writing as Thomas Luke); Railroad (1981); Famine (1981); Solitaire (1982); Tengu (1983); Ikon (1983); The Pariah (1983); Lady of Fortune (1984); Condor (1984) (writing as Thomas Luke); Maiden Voyage (1984); Corroboree (1984); Sacrifice (1985); The Family Portrait (1985) (aka Picture of Evil); Headlines (1986); Death Trance (1986); Nightspawn (1987); Lords of the Air (1988); Mirror (1988); Ritual (1988) (aka Feast); Walkers (1989); Empress (1990); The Hymn (1991) (aka The Burning); Black Angel (1991) (aka Master of Lies); Prey (1992); The Sleepless (1993); Flesh and Blood (1994); Spirit (1995); The House That Jack Built (1996); The Chosen Child (1997); House of Bones (1998); Kingdom of the Blind (1998) (writing as Alan Blackwood); Plague of Angels (1999) (writing as Alan Blackwood); Trauma (2001); The Doorkeepers (2001); Hair Raiser (2001); Bonnie Winter (2001); Camp Pleasant (2001); A Terrible Beauty (2003); The Hidden World (2003); Genius (2003); Holy Terror (2004); The Devil in Gray (2004); Unspeakable (2005); Innocent Blood (2005); Descendant (2006); Edgewise (2006)
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