Order of Peter Mayle Books
Peter Mayle is a British author of non-fiction, picture books and general fiction novels. He worked for several years in the advertising business, working with director Alan Parker. Peter would then start writing sex education books and other educational books for children. Plans for a novel sent him from Devon, UK to Provence, France, but he ended up writing memoirs about life as a British expat living in the south of France. His novel A Good Year was adapted to film by Ridley Scott, starring Russell Crowe and Marion Cotillard.
Peter Mayle became a published author in 1973 with the non-fiction book Where Did I Come From?. His first novel was Expensive Habits, published in 1991. Below is a list of Peter Mayle’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|A Dog's Life||(1995)|
|A Good Year||(2004)|
|The Vintage Caper||(2009)|
|The Marseille Caper||(2012)|
Publication Order of Picture Books
Publication Order of Wicked Willie Non-Fiction Books
Publication Order of Provence Non-Fiction Books
|A Year in Provence||(1989)|
|Encore Provence: New Adventures in the South of France||(1992)|
|Provence from the Air||(1994)|
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: The Amazing Adventures of Chilly Billy is also known as Chilly Billy. As Dead as a Dodo was co-authored by Paul Rice. Divorce: What Shall We Tell the Children? was alternatively titled Divorce Can Happen to the Nicest People. We’re Not Pregnant: An Illustrated Guide to Birth Control was also released as Congratulations, You’re Not Pregnant. The Wicked Willie books were co-authored with Gray Jolliffe. Dangerous Candy was co-authored with Raffaella Fletcher. Confessions of a French Baker was co-authored with with Gerard Auzet. Bon Appetit!: Travels Through France with Knife, Fork And Corkscrew was also published as French Lessons.