Jane Yellowrock Books in Order

Jane Yellowrock Books in Order: How to read Faith Hunter’s series?

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By the author of the Rogue Mage series and the Rhea Lynch, M.D. series

Who is Jane Yellowrock?

Gwendolyn Faith Hunter is an American author writing in the fantasy and thriller genres. As just Faith Hunter, she’s writing the urban fantasy series about Jane Yellowrock.

In New Orleans, Jane hunts vampires for a living, but she’s not just a hunter, she’s a skinwalker of Cherokee descent who can turn into any creature she desires.

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Jennifer A Nielsen Reading Order

Jennifer A. Nielsen Books in Order (The Ascendance, Traitor’s Game, Mark of the Thief)

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All of the Books!

Who is Jennifer A. Nielsen?

Jennifer Anne Nielsen is an American author known primarily for young adult fiction published by Scholastic. Her professional writing career started in 2010 with the Underworld Chronicles, the story of young Elliot in a fantasy world.

After that trilogy, Nielsen started writing The Ascendance series, a YA fantasy series, then The Mark of the Thief series, the Traitor’s Game Series, and standalone historical novels for young readers.

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The Famous Five Books in Order

The Famous Five Books in Order: How to read Enid Blyton’s series?

  • Carole 

Let’s go on an adventure!

Who are the Famous Five?

Meet Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timothy. Together they are The Famous Five. Created by English author Enid Blyton, they are the stars of a series of children’s adventure novels and short stories.

The group lives numerous adventures during the school holidays. They go hiking and biking, camping and exploring by themselves places like Kirrin Island, Smuggler’s Top, Owl’s Dene, the lighthouse at Demon’s Rocks and farms, castles, caves and secret passages galore. They can’t go anywhere together without falling into adventure, meeting criminals, thieves, smugglers or kidnappers, but also searching for lost treasures.

The Famous Five are part of the most popular books written by Enid Blyton, and all the novels have been adapted for television, and several have been adapted as films in various countries. 

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Inspector Frost R.D. Wingfield books in order

R.D. Wingfield books in order: How to read the Inspector Jack Frost series?

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A Touch of Frost.

Who is R.D. Wingfield?

Rodney David Wingfield was a prolific radio dramatist, writing crime and comedy scripts for BBC Radio 4, but he also became famous for his novels about Detective Inspector Jack Frost, who was later played by Sir David Jason in A Touch of Frost, the ITV series.

The crumpled, slapdash and foul-mouthed character first appeared in a radio play entitled Three Days of Frost which was inspired by the (not published at that time) novel “Frost at Christmas.” He then found his way to the bookstores and became a sensation.

After Wingfield’s death in 2007, prequel books approved by the author’s family started to be written.

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JD Kirk Books in Order DCI Logan

JD Kirk Books in Order: How to read the DCI Logan series?

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If you like a little Scottish Detective Mystery.

Who is JD Kirk?

JD Kirk is the pen name of Barry Hutchison, a children’s author (the Invisible Fiends series), screenwriter (Bottom Knocker Street), and director from Scotland.

Since 2019,  Hutchison has been releasing Scottish crime novels (as JD Kirk) about the investigations led by Detective Chief Inspector Jack Logan, a fast-paced series that combine dark humour with Tartan Noir.

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Sophie Hannah Books in Order

Sophie Hannah Books in Order (Hercule Poirot, The Couple at the Table, The Killings At Kingfisher Hill)

  • Carole 

All of Sophie Hannah’s Books!

Who is Sophie Hannah?

Born in 1971, Sophie Hannah is a Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling writer of crime fiction and a poet, daughter of the academic Norman Gerac and author Adèle Geras.

She published her first book of poems at 24 and since then, has released others collections of poetry, but Hannah is better known for her psychological crime novels featuring the characters Simon Waterhouse and Charlie Zailer. Two of her novels have been adapted for television, The Point of Rescue and The Other Half Lives.  She has also been chosen by the Agatha Christie‘s estate to write new Hercule Poirot’s stories since 2014.

In parallel, Hannah participated in the creation of a master’s degree in Crime and Thriller Writing at the University of Cambridge, for which she is the main teacher and course director.

She lives with her husband and two children in Cambridge.

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Julian Stockwin Books in Order (Thomas Kydd, Moments of History)

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All of Julian Stockwin’s Books!

Who is Julian Stockwin?

A British author of historical action-adventure fiction, Julian Stockwin has a great love for the sea and event joined the Royal Navy at 15. It has inspired him to write the adventures of Thomas Kydd.

Starting in 1793, the story follows Thomas Kydd as he is pressed into service on a British ship. He became friends with sea-mate Nicholas Renzi and, together, they learn the harsh realities of life. Kydd fights to survive against the French and a lot more enemies. He starts to climb the ladder that leads him to the command of his own ship, but there are always more challenges on the sea.

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Jefferson Bass Books in Order

Jefferson Bass Books in Order (Body Farm)

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All of Jefferson Bass’ Books!

Who is Jefferson Bass?

Jefferson Bass is the pen name of Dr. William Bass and Jon Jefferson. Together, they created the Body Farm book series and wrote three non-fiction books.

William M. Bass is a famous American forensic anthropologist, best known for his research on human osteology and human decomposition. Because there was no study of human decomposition since the 13th century, he founded the University of Tennessee Anthropological Research Facility, more popularly known as “The Body Farm”, the name given by crime author Patricia Cornwell in her book of the same name. Bass himself also named it the “Death’s Acre”.

In the early 2000s, Bass began his partnership with Jon Jefferson, a journalist, writer and documentary filmmaker. They met when Jefferson was filming a documentary at the Facility for the National Geography and Bass asked for his help to write a memoir.

Following the success of the memoir, Jefferson was inspired to create a collaborative crime-fiction series. The Body Farm book series follows Dr. William Brockton, a sort of fictional version of Dr. Bass, founder of the Body Farm who works as a researcher but also has to deal with the legal system.

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