Order of Christopher Brookmyre Books
Christopher Brookmyre is a Scottish novelist of crime fiction novels, which have been branded Tartan Noir. He writes the Jack Parlabane series. Brookmyre mixes comedy with politics, social commentary and action, in addition to having a strong narrative to his stories.
Christopher Brookmyre’s first novel was Quite Ugly One Morning, which was published in 1996. He won the Critics’ First Blood Award in 1996 for Best First Crime Novel for his novel Quite Ugly One Morning, the Sherlock Award for Best Comic Detective in 2000 for Boiling a Frog and the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction in 2006 for his novel All Fun And Games Until Someone Loses an Eye. Below is a list of Christopher Brookmyre’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Jack Parlabane Books
|Quite Ugly One Morning||(1996)|
|Country of the Blind||(1997)|
|Boiling a Frog||(2000)|
|Be My Enemy||(2003)|
|Attack of the Unsinkable Rubber Ducks||(2007)|
|Dead Girl Walking||(2015)|
|Want You Gone||(2017)|
Publication Order of Angelique De Xavier Books
Publication Order of Jasmine Sharp Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|Not the End of the World||(1998)|
|One Fine Day in the Middle of the Night||(1999)|
|All Fun and Games Until Someone Loses an Eye||(2005)|
|A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil||(2006)|
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Notes: Crimespotting also contains stories by Lin Anderson, Kate Atkinson, Margaret Atwood, John Burnside, Isla Dewar, A.L. Kennedy, Denise Mina, Ian Rankin and James Robertson. The novel Flesh Wounds was also published as Bred in the Bone. Want You Gone was also published as The Last Hack.
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