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A reading guide to comics and books

Dave Robicheaux Books in Order: How to read James Lee Burke series?

Did you now that both first Alec Baldwin and Tommy Lee Jones played Dave Robichaux. The first in “Heaven’s Prisoners“, the second in “In the Electric Mist“.

Who is Dave Robicheaux?

Now sheriff’s deputy in New Iberia, Louisiana, Dave Robicheaux was once an officer for the New Orleans Police Department. He’s got the tendency to breach the ethical code during his investigations.

The main protagonist in the series written by James Lee Burke, Vietnam vet Dave Robicheaux didn’t have an easy life, and this has not changed, but he keeps going on, doing his work.

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V.I. Warshawski Books in Order: How to read Sara Paretsky Series?

I haven’t seen the movie adaptation with Kathleen Turner since the ’90s but I liked it. I only discovered years later it was a book series. Life is full of useless and random surprises!

Who is V.I. Warshawski?

Victoria Iphigenia Warshawski, called “Vic” by her friends, is a private investigator in Chicago and the main protagonist of the crime series written by Sara Paretsky.

Sarcastic with a bad temper, Vic mostly works against the wealthier and powerful of Chicago. She goes after crooked business people and corrupt politicians, and she often loses, but she also settles for a partial victory when she can.

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Thor by Jason Aaron Reading Order: How to read Asgard’s mightiest heroes stories?

In 2012, after Kieron Gillen and Matt Fraction wrote Thor stories for a few years, Jason Aaron picked up where they left off and he will not stop until, at least, the War of Realms.

Thor by Jason Aaron, the road to the War of Realms

Not as big as Dan slott’s run on Spider-Man, Jason Aaron’s one on Thor is still big, still ongoing, and nobody can say it’s not an Epic One.

With the Original Sin event, the now famous female Thor and the War of Realms, Jason Aaron saw big and wrote some surprising and huge stories.

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The Riftwar Cycle Books in Order: How to read Raymond E. Feist series?

Few fantasy saga are as massive as Raymond E. Feist’s Riftwar Cycle. Follow the guide:

What is the The Riftwar Cycle?

The Riftwar Cycle is a huge literary saga composed of multiple series of books authored or co-authored by Raymond E. Feist. It revolves around the fantasy worlds of Midkemia and Kelewan.

On these two planets, there are human magicians and other creatures who are able to create rifts through dimensionless space that can connect planets in different solar systems. The Riftwar Cycle tells the adventures of various people on these different worlds.

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Spider-Geddon Reading Order: How to read the last big spider-verse crossover?

There’s a new Spider-Man big event, the biggest event of 2018, obviously.

What is Spider-Geddon?

Like the name suggests it, Spider-Geddon is a Spider-Man event taking place in the Marvel comics universe. It’s a sequel to the massively popular event Spider-verse.

The Inheritors are back. They have found a way out of the decimated world they were imprisoned on. Now they are planning there revenge on the Spider-Army. It’s time for the spider-men and spider-women of all the univeses to team up again.

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Alex Delaware Books in Order: How to read Jonathan Kellerman series?

In the world of crime fiction, what’s better than a psychologist to be the main protagonist of psychological thrillers?

Who is Alex Delaware?

Written by American psychologist and author Jonathan Kellerman, the Alex Delaware series is about a child psychologist who consults for the police.

Alex Delaware mostly assists LAPD homicide detective Milo Sturgis in in his investigations, but he also cares for his patients whom he sometime reconnects with when they are adults… and dead.

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Kirk McGarvey Books in Order: How to read David Hagberg series?

David Hagberg’s style has been described as a cross between Tom Clancy and Ian Fleming, so you know who’s gonna save us from the Russians!

Who is Kirk McGarvey?

Super-spy Kirk McGarvey is the main protagonist in the techno-thrillers written by the American novelist—and ex-cryptographer for U.S. Air Force Intelligence—David Hagberg since 1989.

When the series began, Kirk McGarvey was a retired CIA assassin, but he couldn’t escape his life in the world of spies and killers. He still is one the best and when the world needs saving—mostly the USA—he is the first to spring into action.

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Inspector Montalbano Books in Order: How to read Andrea Camilleri series?

Maybe you know him on TV, but Inspector Montalbano is also the star of a literary series.

Who is Inspector Montalbano?

Main character in the series written by Italian author Andrea Camilleri, Inspector Montalbano is a Sicilian detective in the police force of Vigàta, an imaginary Sicilian town.

The series is written in Italian but this is a reading order for the English translated books. There are more books available in Italy than in the US.

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In Death Books in Order: How to read J.D. Robb’s Eve Dallas series?

In the future, Technology will rule the world, but we will still need cops, ask J.D. Robb.

What is the In Death series?

Written by Nora Roberts under her pseudonym, J. D. Robb, The …in Death series is set in New York City at the end of the ‘2050s. Yes, future cops!

The stories follow New York City Police and Security Department (NYPSD) Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her billionaire husband, Roarke, as they solve complex murder investigations.

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Monkeewrench Books in Order: How to read P.J. Tracy series?

If you are into crime stories and computers, Monkeewrench might be for you.

What is the Monkeewrench series about?

Monkeewrench is the name of the computer software company founded in Minneapolis by Grace MacBride and Annie Belinsky.

Monkeewrench is also the name of the series written by American author Patricia and Traci Lambrecht, the mother-daughter writing team known as P.J. Tracy.

In this series, Grace MacBride, Annie Belinsky and their team uses their knowledge and software to help the Minneapolis police department to solve crimes by finding links between the victims and cases.

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