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Derrick Storm started out in the first novel Derrick Storm as a private investigator who had tracked down Jefferson Grout after a period of four months, unbeknownst to Storm that Grout was actually Daniel Sanchez, a rogue CIA agent. After he was nearly killed by Grout, he was contacted by an impressed Clara Strike , telling him the Agency had been looking for Grout for a year. She had enlisted Storm's services to help track Grout again, a pursuit which led him to Nicaragua, where Strike and Storm worked together towards finding Grout before Strike faked her death, as mentioned in A Brewing Storm. Strike's apparent death had affected Storm deeply, and he was tormented further when he discovered that her fake death had been engineered by Jedidiah Jones, the director of the CIA's National Clandestine Service CIA's recruiting division for "the good of the country. Storm had retrieved a stash of gold stockpiled by Grout and his previous accomplices, and had successfully funneled them back into the United States and invested into his enterprise.
The following are books released in the real world and are available to purchase. They are the same books Richard Castle is writing throughout the television series. Nikki Heat is the fictional character based on Detective Kate Beckett. Derrick Storm is the protagonist of Richard Castle's highly popular series of novels. In the first Castle episode, Castle attends the launch party for the final book in the series, Storm Fall, in which Castle killed off Derrick. In , Hyperion books released three short novels, or novellas, in which Castle brought Storm back from the dead. The first full-length Derrick Storm book to be released to the public, Storm Front , was released in May, , followed by Wild Storm in
He is portrayed by Nathan Fillion. The name Richard Castle is also used as a pseudonym under which a set of real books about the characters Derrick Storm and Nikki Heat, based on the books mentioned in the television series, are written. These books have achieved success, becoming New York Times bestsellers. Actor Nathan Fillion appears as the face of Richard Castle on the books and on the official website, and participates in book signings. According to Fillion, the character's name "Rick Castle" was noted by the show creator as sounding like "Rich Asshole" and says that this reflects his character. Andrew Marlowe explained that he designed Castle's character as one that presents a "storytelling point of view" as a counterpoint to Beckett's evidence-based police work. Castle is the father of Alexis Castle and the son of Martha Rodgers, both of whom live with him.
Publication Order of Nikki Heat Books
The real mystery is who the actual writer or writers are. Nathan attends book tours, signing as Richard Castle, but where the novels actually come from is unknown. In real life, Castle has his own website, and all of the novels from the series are actual novels that have been published; all of which claim Richard Castle as the writer. Richard was firm from the beginning about taking an active role in raising his daughter due to the abandonment issues he faced from his own father not being in the picture and being raised by a nanny. Alexis, is portrayed as being somewhat more mature than her father leaving the question of who is raising who. This peaked the interests of several viewers and also brought in another source of revenue. The Castle Library consists of twenty six 26 best sellers.