Some of John Saul's titles include "Comes the Blind Fury," "Cry for the Strangers," "When the Wind Blows," "Sleepwalk," "Faces of Fear," "The God Project," "Perfect Nightmare" and "The Right Hand of Evil." He is also the author of "The Blackstone Chronicles," a serial novel released in 1997.
John Saul's first novel, "Suffer the Children," was published in 1977 by Dell Publishing. He is often recognized for his 1979 book "Cry for the Strangers," which was made into a 1982 television movie starring Patrick Duffy, Cindy Pickett and Lawrence Pressman. Many of John Saul's suspense and horror novels have appeared on The New York Times Best Seller List.