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Beatrix Rose Books in Order

Beatrix Rose Books in Order: How to read Mark Dawson’s Series?

  • Fabien 

By the author of the John Milton series.

What is the Beatrix Rose series about?

Coming from Mark Dawson, a self-published English author, the Beatrix Rose series is about a betrayed assassin with a kill list who wants revenge.

Ten years ago, Beatrix Rose headed an off-the-books hit squad to carry out the dirty work of the British government. When she discovered that the commander of the squad was corrupt, he sent five of his assassins to rub her out. But they failed.

Now, she emerges from the Hong Kong underworld with a list of names…

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Jack Nightingale Books in Order

Jack Nightingale Books in Order: How to read Stephen Leather’s series?

  • Fabien 

By the author of the Spider Shepherd series.

What is the Jack Nightingale series about?

Written by British author and TV Writer Stephen Leather, the Jack Nightingale series is about a former police negotiator who becomes a private investigator, with a supernatural twist.

A fan of occult stories (including the Hellblazer comics), Leather wanted to write a police story with a real investigation, but the culprit a demon from Hell. The result was the Jack Nightingale series

Though, at first, the story of Jack Nightingale was written to be a movie. The screenplay was published in 2017 under the title “Devilzone – A Jack Nightingale Screenplay”, a good read for the fan of the series.

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Erika Foster Books in Order: How to read Robert Bryndza’s series?

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By the author of the Kate Marshall series.

What is the Erika Foster series about?

The Detective Erika Foster series comes from British author (and ex-actor) Robert Bryndza–who lives in Slovakia.

Bryndza didn’t start with thrillers, but it became his genre of choice. Released in 2016, The Girl in the Ice was his first thriller and first bestseller. The book introduced Detective Chief Inspector Erika Foster, the main character in his first crime series.

When we met Erika Foster, she has nothing any more but her work, and she will not stop until she got the killer. In fact, as she is dealing with demons from her past, Erika must work with her team to track violent criminals–serial killers and all types of psychopaths–, solving complex murder investigations with a twist or two.

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Robert Langdon Books in Order

Robert Langdon Books in Order: A Comprehensive Reading Order

  • Carole 

Seek the truth, seek the codes with Robert Langdon…

What is the Robert Langdon series about?

You possibly know him as Tom Hanks in Ron Howard’s adaptations of Dan Brown’s books. Robert Langdon is a famous Harvard University professor of history of art and “symbology”, a fictional field related to the study of historic symbols.

No one will be surprised to know that professor Langdon has an eidetic memory, with a brilliant problem-solving mind. He’s also a great swimmer, a brilliant artist, and the writer of six books.

Robert Langdon is written by Dan Brown “the man he wishes he could be,” but was also inspired by American writer Joseph Campbell. He is described as looking like “Harrison Ford in Harris tweed.” He is often wearing his Mickey Mouse watch, a gift from his parents on his tenth birthday.

Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol was adapted as a TV Show–on the streaming service Peacock–starring Ashley Zukerman as Robert Langdon.

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The Sigma Force Books in Order: How to read James Rollins’s Series?

  • Fabien 

There’s a new Sigma Force book in the store, it’s time for a reading order!

What’s The Sigma Force series about?

Written by writers James Rollins, The Sigma Force series is obviously about The SIGMA Force. It is a fictional division of the U.S. DARPA program whose purpose is to investigate and secure sensitive information that could be a threat to the United States.

Based in the sub-basement of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the Sigma Force is leading counterterrorism, research, and covert operations.

As the series progresses, we follow the team as its members must go on missions in order to investigate and secure discoveries that are both technological and historical, and that could hurt the U.S. as well as the rest of the world.

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Sherlock Holmes Books in Order

Sherlock Holmes Books in Order: How to read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s series?

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Elementary, my dear Watson!

Who is Sherlock Holmes?

If you don’t know the answer to that question, you’re really young or you spent your life in a coma. Maybe you’re from another universe! It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t know the world’s most famous consulting detective.

In the vein of Edgar Allan Poe’s detective C. Auguste Dupin (from 1841 short story “The Murders in the Rue Morgue”), Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes is an exceptional detective who can be can be dispassionate and cold, but always willing to face a new challenging mystery, ready to use his extremely logical mind, his deductive powers and his large knowledge of forensic science. He is an eccentric who avoids casual company, except for that of his friend and biographer Dr. John H. Watson.

They famously live at 221B Baker Street, London, during the Victorian or Edwardian eras, between about 1880 and 1914.

Sherlock Holmes made his first appearances in print in 1887’s A Study in Scarlet. Since then, the characters appeared in four novels and 56 short stories from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and a lot (a lot!) more.

Many writers other than his creator wrote tales of the detective—novels, short stories, stage plays, movies, TV Shows, comic books, audio dramas, video games …—to the point of being listed by Guinness World Records as the most portrayed literary human character in film and television history.

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The Camel Club Books in Order

The Camel Club Books in Order by David Baldacci

  • Carole 

The truth-seekers club!

What is The Camel Club series about?

American writer David Baldacci is best known for writing Memory Man, the first book in the Amos Decker series, or the stand-alone novel Absolute Power. He is also the writer of The Camel Book Series, a mystery thriller about four unlikely partners.

Together, they are known as The Camel Club, a group of truth-seekers. Why Camel Club? As Stone, one of them said in the book, it’s “Because camels have great stamina. They never give up.”

The Camel Club follows the man without a past “Oliver Stone”; obsessive computer genius Milton Farb; blue-collar laborer Reuben Rhodes; and Library of Congress reference specialist Caleb Shaw.

This group works to expose corruption at the upper echelons of the US government. In their mission, they are helped by a Secret Service agent, a homeless activist, and a con artist.

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Kate Shugak Books in Order

Kate Shugak Books in Order: How to read Dana Stabenow’s series?

  • Fabien 

Alaskan Wild Mysteries.

Who is the Kate Shugak series about?

Written by Anchorage native writer Dana Stabenow (Liam Campbell, Eye of Isis), the Kate Shugak series takes us to Alaska for some dangerous mysteries.

The series revolves around Kate Shugak, a native Aleut, who is working as a private investigator in Alaska. She has light brown eyes, black hair, is five foot one with an angry scar from ear to ear, and owns a half-wolf, half-husky dog named Mutt.

Described as resourceful, strong-willed, and defiant, Kate is tough, and she needs to be if she wants to survive the worst the Alaskan wilds can throw at her.

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Anthony Riches Empire Books in Order

Anthony Riches’ Empire Books in Order

  • Fabien 

From the author of The Centurions Trilogy.

What is the Anthony Riches’ Empire series about?

Written by British author Anthony Riches, the Empire series is a historical fiction about the life of a Roman centurion during the reign of Emperor Commodus.

The series began with the introduction of soldier hero Marcus Valerius Aquila, a centurion stationed on Hadrian’s Wall in the second century during a revolt against the Roman Empire.

Anthony Riches doesn’t only write historical fiction, he is also the author of the thrillers “Nemesis,” and “Target Zero.”

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