Christopher Moore is an American author of humourous fantasy novels. His books feature regular people who are transposed into extraordinary circumstances, such as the paranormal. Moore’s inspirations include John Steinbeck and Kurt Vonnegut.

Moore’s first novel was Practical Demonkeeping in 1992, which was purchased by Disney before it even had a publisher. That said, Moore says “none of [his books] are in any danger of being made into a movie.” Below is the order of Christopher Moore’s novels in order of when they were originally published:

Publication Order of Pine Cove Books


Practical Demonkeeping(1992) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove(1999) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
The Stupidest Angel(2004) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price

Publication Order of Bloodsucking Fiends Books


Bloodsucking Fiends(1995) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
You Suck(2007) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Bite Me(2010) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price

Publication Order of Standalone Novels


Coyote Blue(1994) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Island of the Sequined Love Nun(1997) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Lamb(2002) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Fluke(2003) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
A Dirty Job(2006) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Fool(2009) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Sacre Bleu(2012) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
The Serpent of Venice(2014) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Secondhand Souls(2015) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price

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  • badmammajamma

    Isn’t Secondhand Souls a sequel to A Dirty Job?