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Having published five novels, Bachman "died" in 1985 of "cancer of the pseudonym" after he was discovered, and his death served as the inspiraton for King's 1989 novel The Dark Half. Two further "trunk novels," written by Bachman, were "discovered" by Claudia in the attic of their New Hamsphire home and subsequently published; the first of them, The Regulators, was released in conjunction with Desperation, as the two books presented different versions of the same story and cast of characters.
- Rage (1977)
- The Long Walk (1979)
- Roadwork (1981)
- The Running Man (1982)
- Thinner (1984)
- The Regulators (1996), posthumous
- Blaze (2007), posthumous
- The novel Misery was originally going to be published as a Bachman book, but the public found out Bachman was in fact Stephen King while he was writing it, so Misery instead was released under King's real name.
- Bag of Bones (mentioned)