Matthew Iden

Matthew Iden

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Chasing the Pain (Marty Singer, #8) was the most recently released book by Matthew Iden, on February 1st, 2021.

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Matthew Iden Stats: The highest rated book by Matthew Iden on Book Notification is A Reason to Live, the first novel in the Marty Singer series. The second-highest rated book is Blueblood (Marty Singer #2).

The most read book by Matthew Iden on Book Notification is A Reason to Live, the first novel in the Marty Singer series. The second most read book is Blueblood (Marty Singer #2).

Below is a complete list of Matthew Iden books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series. The most popular series by Matthew Iden is the Marty Singer Series.

List of Marty Singer Books in Publication Order

List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

List of Collections in Publication Order

List of Short Stories/Novellas in Publication Order

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

List of Matthew Iden Anthologies in Publication Order

Matthew Iden: Biography

Matthew Iden was born in USA.

Matthew Iden is the author of the Marty Singer series which currently consists of 8 novels. The Marty Singer series started in 2012 with the novel A Reason to Live. The most recently released novel in the Marty Singer series was Chasing the Pain which was released in 2021. There are no upcoming novels for the Marty Singer series.

Matthew Iden: Awards & Accolades

Iden's book, The Beat of Black Wings was nominated for the Anthony Award, Best Anthology / Collection, in 2021.

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Matthew Iden: F.A.Q

Where was Matthew Iden Born?

Matthew Iden was born in , USA and is American.

What was the first book Matthew Iden wrote?

The first book written by Matthew Iden was One Bad Twelve, published in 2011.

What was the most recent book Matthew Iden wrote?

His most recently released work was Chasing the Pain on February 1st, 2021.

Will there be any more books by Matthew Iden?

Matthew Iden does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Matthew Iden written?

Matthew Iden has written 17 books excluding contributions to anthologies. 8 books in the Marty Singer Series, 3 Standalone Novels, 1 book in the Collections, 4 Short Stories/Novellas, 1 book in the Non-Fiction Books.

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