Am I Missing Your Favourite Author?

Sorry about that!

Go ahead and suggest them in the comments section below.

Are you already an expert with a particular author?

Read most (or all) of their books already?

Then your advice about the best reading order is very useful to new readers.

Go ahead and suggest the author and the best reading order in the comments below.

23 thoughts on “Am I Missing Your Favourite Author?

  1. Nelson DeMille. I started with Up Country because I served in Viet Nam. I decided to read some more of his stuff and found it to be interesting in the wide variety of plots. All stand alone novels.

  2. Dan Brown, is there a specific order his books should be read in? I had heard that Angels & Demons, though after The Da Vinci Code, really took place before the Da Vinci Code? Thanks for any suggestions.

    • Hi Dianne, I didn’t notice that when I read them. The publication order seemed to match the chronological order

  3. I would like to recommend the author Vanessa Hogle ….her books are well written I feel and are all real accounts of her paranormal happenings and experiences that she has been a part of …

  4. I would suggest Michael Connelly to be added to this list. One can start with Lincoln Lawyer and then start Harry Bosch series with The Black Echo.

  5. Stephen Hunter has created quite a character in Bob Lee Swagger books. I liked Reacher and Swagger is also compelling.

  6. Brandon Sanderson has been creating a universe of inter-connected yet unrelated novels/novellas/short stories if you want to look into that.

  7. Even though she is a fairly new Author her books are “UNPUTDOWNABLE” B.A.Paris Behind Close Doors & The Breakdown.

    Seriously These are GREAT books

  8. My sister and I really like Karin Slaughter’s crime fiction books. She has several different series, all based in Georgia. I liked your analysis of Ken Follett’s many books… was confused as to how to approach them. I think I have a plan now!

  9. Two suggestions – firstly, Rennie Airth’s absolutely brilliant Inspector Madden series, set between the time after WWI and the late 1950s in England. Never read a better crime thriller. Nothing for the faint-hearted though! And secondly, F. Paul Wilson’s Repairman Jack series, with all its spin-offs. If you like Jack Reacher and how he takes care of injustices, Repairman Jack should be right up your street!

  10. Hi Sheldon,
    I love how you set up this site. I love to read mysteries from the first book that is written to the last.
    My fave’s are that I don’t see listed are:
    Patricia Cornwell
    Tami Hoag
    Kathy Reich

    Oh and I love all their books.

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