Order of Al Roker Books
Al Roker is an American author of mystery novels and non-fiction books, but he is best known for being a TV meteorologist and being the weather anchor for “Today” on NBC. Al began working as a weather anchor in 1974 and steadily moved up the ranks in his field. He gained a lot of exposure when he was asked to do an elevator race by David Letterman, leading to him becoming the forecaster for the “Weekend Today” show. Soon, he was the regular weather anchor on “Today” and eventually started doing interviews and other segments as time went on. Al is married to TV journalist Deborah Roberts.
Al Roker made his debut as a published author in 2000 for the non-fiction book Don’t Make Me Stop This Car!. His debut novel came in 2009, entitled The Morning Show Murders. Below is a list of Al Roker’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Billy Blessing Books
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|Don't Make Me Stop This Car!||(2000)|
|Al Roker's Big Bad Book of Barbecue||(2002)|
|Al Roker's Hassle Free Holiday Cookbook||(2003)|
|Never Goin' Back||(2012)|
|The Storm of the Century||(2015)|
|Been There, Done That||(2016)|
Notes: The Billy Blessing series is written with Dick Lochte. Never Goin’ Back is co-authored by Laura Morton. The Storm of the Century is co-authored by William Hogeland. Been There, Done That is co-authored by Deborah Roberts.
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Al Roker Synopsis: The Morning Show Murders by Al Roker and Dick Lochte is the first in the Billy Blessing series. Billy Blessing is famous for his popular cooking segment on “Wake Up America!” and for his Manhattan bistro, but now he can add murder suspect to what he’s famous for. When one of the network’s top honchos ends up dead, it’s a poisoned serving of Blessing’s coq au vin that’s to blame. Billy knows he’s being set up, but proving it won’t be easy – not with his perky co-host involved in a brass-knuckles contract negotiation, a Mossad agent about to tell all on the air, and a ruthless international assassin arriving in the Big Apple. Now Billy isn’t so much concerned about staying alive in the ratings… as just staying alive. For the closer Billy comes to uncovering an international conspiracy, the closer he comes to being canceled – permanently.