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About Dan Malone: Dan Malone is the owner of An internet marketer as a living, he was frustrated at the lack of good resources when it came to listing the series of books in publication or chronological order. He decided to create as a resource for that.

Dan lives in Kingston, Ontario Canada. He focus more on posting articles on the website and writing blog posts, although will write news posts on occasion. Dan grew up in Scotland, where he read Enid Blyton books pretty much exclusively.

Favourite Books: The entire Jack Reacher and Mitch Rapp series of books.

Latest News Posts by Dan Malone:

About Brandon Williams: Brandon is a rarity on Order of Books, because he isn’t much of a reader. Brandon is employed by Dan for their company, and is the real workhorse at the site, posting the majority of articles and keeping the site running.

Brandon enjoys the work, even if he doesn’t enjoy books, and has a real passion for taking the site to the next level.

Favourite Books: “Anything that’s been made into a movie. Then I’ll just watch the movie.”

Latest News Posts by Brandon Williams:

About Ella Thomson: Ella lives in Toronto, Canada where she attends University. Ella laughs, because her book likes are so much different from her classmates. While many of Ellas female classmates are reading the likes of Twilight and The Hunger Games, Ella is much more of an action fan. “Give me Nick Stone over Edward any day”.

Ella also has a fascination with books based on the authors intelligence level. “I really like Nick Stone because of Andy McNab, and what he has been through in life. I’m also a fan of the Scot Harvath series because Brad Thor is an incredibly intelligent author, who really knows what he is talking about.”

Favourite Books: The Nick Stone and Scot Harvath series of novels.

Latest News Posts by Ella Thomson:

About Jenny Brady: Jenny is a Harvard grad, who is currently working on a law office in New York City. Jenny has a huge passion for books, particularly the classic books and became a fan of Order Of Books. She submitted some articles herself, before coming on as an official news writer.

Jenny is currently single, although warns that she has no time for men, as it would “interrupt with my book reading”.

Favourite Books: Jenny can’t get enough of Agatha Christie.

Latest News Posts by Jenny Brady:

About Julie Vegas: Julie is a current resident of Las Vegas, and plays poker for a living. She writes for Order of Books in her downtime. Julie has read practically every poker book ever released, but much prefers the likes of Twilight and The Hunger Games to Brunson and Sklansky. “The poker books make me think so much, that it’s nice to read ‘brain mush’ where I don’t have to think at all.” Julie also really likes books that have been turned into movies.

Favourite Books: The Hunger Games, Twilight.

Latest News Posts by Julie Vegas:

  • Martin Lake

    This is such a great site, especially for Kindle owners like myself who curse that original publication dates are so hard to find. This is an essential web-site for all readers. Martin Lake.

  • Michael Rees

    Surprised you are missing the excellent navy series by American author Dewey Lambdin with the main character being Alan Lewrie

    • Brandon

      Thanks for the suggestion! He’s on our to do list (but so are 1700 others), but we’ll move him up based on your request.

    • jacques

      Boring gung ho crap. Too much military stff for me.

      • Brandon

        Feel free to request something that’s more your style!

  • Addie

    Hooray to have found this site. And a mighty thank you.

  • MirandaWrites

    Just a minor correction for your outstanding site. There are two authors named Elizabeth George. One is a Christian author whose picture you have mistakenly posted on your db. The other is the gifted creator of the Inspector Lynley series.

    • Brandon

      Thanks! I had no idea there were two… Kind of like Andrew Peterson, I guess.

  • Julie

    Is there a plan to update lists? I notice David Baldacci is not updated. Also, Adriana Trigiani. Thanks–this is a great site!

    • Brandon

      Thanks! I’m actually constantly updating the lists, it’s just that there’s about 2500 of them to update! Feel free to let me know if you notice any other authors who are out of date as there are bound to be some.

  • GGomer Pyle

    How about Gene Wolfe updates?

  • KarenB

    You have forgotten one of Martin Cruz Smith’s best: December 6th.

    • Brandon

      It’s actually listed as “Tokyo Station.”

  • audrey1984

    Thank you for this excellent and useful site. I’d like to suggest the Fire & Ice series by Michael Ridpath, featuring Magnus Jonson, who was born and raised in Iceland but moved to America when he was twelve and eventually became a Boston Police homicide detective. Now he’s back in Iceland in a cultural exchange/witness protection capacity. In order the books are: Where the Shadows Lie, 66 degrees North (published as Far North in the US), Meltwater and Sea of Stones. There’s also a short story available only on Kindle, Edge of Nowehere.

    This is a great series, and I really appreciate that you have many international series on your site, as I’m a big fan of Nordic thrillers. Thanks again!

  • Lisa

    What a wonderful site!! It has been so useful to me!
    I have discovered one typo in the list of Aurora Teagarden mysteries [ > Characters > Order of Aurora Teagarden Books]. The fourth book is listed as The Julius Horse, and it should be The Julius House.
    Thanks again for maintaining such a great site!!

  • Laura

    Please add Gervase Phinn to your list. His novels based on being a Yorkshire Dales school inspector are well-written and hilarious.

  • Mojo_reader

    Hay is thee any way you guys could add a list for Andrew Taylor (The Anatomy of ghosts)?

  • Jan Dunlap

    This is a wonderful resource, since I am always hunting for the publication order of the book series I read! Thank you for doing this. My own humorous mystery series, the Bob White Birder Murder Mysteries (published by North Star Press of St. Cloud, Inc) is up to 6 books, and I’d love to have them listed here, as I frequently have readers contact me to get the series order. Where should I send that info?

    • Brandon

      Hey Jan, I’m not sure I want to put my e-mail address in here due to possible spambots and such, so what I will do is send you an e-mail through your website and you can send me all the info that way. Thanks!

  • JohnS

    Would like to recommend Tosca Lee, who has written some really good books. Judas Iscariot, Memoirs of a Demon.

  • drummergirl

    Benedict Jacka “Alex Verus”

  • tomsboxers

    Is it possible to list Ryan Casey books, Sorry if this is not the way to go about it. This is a wonderful and very helpful website, thank you.

    • Brandon

      Thanks for the request!

  • Kathy Badgerow

    Love this website! Would you please consider adding the wonderful Gladys Mitchell? I just discovered her and can’t get enough. She wrote during the late twenties until her death in 1983. Many thanks.

  • Margaret c

    I believe the is a typo in your list of Fethering books by Simon Brett. In the first title the word ‘blood’ should be replaced by ‘body’. Thanks.

  • Larry

    Order of Linda Castillo’s Kate Burkholder Books has an error. “Long Lost” comes before “Her Last Breath”

  • Anne

    This website is the “Holy Grail” of websites as far as I’m concerned. As a mystery series reader for over 20 years I am always looking for new authors/characters in a series. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!

  • mermaid

    Love your website!

    One of my very favorite authors is Walter R. Brooks who wrote the “Freddy the Pig” series. They are definitely not just for children! Very clever books which I loved as a little girl, have rediscovered them in the past few years.

    Think you will enjoy adding these to your website!

    Best wishes for your continued success!


  • Ila Turner

    Please add Wesley R. Lowe to the site – I’ve done the work:

    The order of the Noah Reid Action Thrillers is:

    Prequel – EVIL RISES

    You can find out more at

    They are really good thrillers. Thanks.

  • Christopher

    Just stumbled upon the website, and I must say that it is fantastic. Thank you for bringing order to my “chaos of books”!!! Could you please add the marvelous fantasy author, Dave Duncan to the site. He’s a Scottish born Canadian author with some superb novels, such as The Seventh Sword series. Thanks!