Order of Brad Meltzer Books
In addition to being a novelist, Brad Meltzer is also a screenwriter, comic book writer and host of the History series Brad Meltzer’s Decoded. He writes the Beecher White series.
His work consists of standalone novels, plus one non-fiction book called Heroes for My Son that he spent almost a decade writing. His fiction works have been published since 1998. Below is a list of the books Brad Meltzer has written in order:
Publication Order of Beecher White Books
Publication Order of Ordinary People Change The World Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|The Tenth Justice||(1998)|
|The First Counsel||(2001)|
|The Zero Game||(2005)|
|The Book of Fate||(2006)|
|The Book of Lies||(2008)|
|The House of Secrets||(2016)|
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|Heroes for My Son||(2011)|
|Heroes For My Daughter||(2012)|
|History Decoded: The Ten Greatest Mysteries of History Revealed||(2013)|
Notes: Natural Suspect is a collaborative novel that includes contributions from several other authors and edited by William Bernardt. History Decoded was co-authored by Keith Ferrell. The House of Secrets is co-authored by Tod Goldberg. I Am George Washington is co-authored by Christopher Eliopooulos.
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Brad Meltzer Book Synopses: A story of friendship and betrayal, The Tenth Justice is set in (where else?) Washington DC. Ben Addison has been duped into sharing the outcome of a confident Court decision with a man pretending to be a former clerk, who then uses the information to make millions. Ben is now desperate to find the man who tricked him, so he gets his roommates and his co-clerk Lisa to help him find this man.
After his son was born, Brad Meltzer spent eight years writing Heroes For My Son. Meltzer wanted to share the virtues of Abraham Lincoln, Rosa Parks, Jim Henson, Amelia Earhart, Muhammad Ali and more with his son. And now parents can help their children discover their own heroes with Heroes For My Son. Each hero demonstrates the potential that every one of us can find deep down within ourselves.