Mary Jane Clark is an American author of suspense novels. Her series include the KEY News series, which is based on her history in broadcast journalism (working as a desk assistant at CBS News), and The Wedding Cake Mysteries featuring Piper Donovan. She gained an interest in suspense due to her father being an FBI special agent who uncovered Russian spies during the Cold War. She is the one-time daughter-in-law of Mary Higgins Clark.

Mary Jane Clark became a published author in 1998 with Do You Want to Know a Secret?. Below is a list of Mary Jane Clark’s books in order of when they were originally released (and in chronological order):

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Publication Order of KEY News Books

Do You Want to Know a Secret? (1998)Description / Buy at
Do You Promise Not to Tell? (1999)Description / Buy at
Let Me Whisper in Your Ear (2000)Description / Buy at
Close to You (2001)Description / Buy at
Nobody Knows (2002)Description / Buy at
Nowhere to Run (2003)Description / Buy at
Hide Yourself Away (2004)Description / Buy at
Dancing in the Dark (2005)Description / Buy at
Lights Out Tonight (2006)Description / Buy at
When Day Breaks (2007)Description / Buy at
It Only Takes a Moment (2008)Description / Buy at
Dying for Mercy (2009)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Piper Donovan / Wedding Cake Mysteries Books

To Have and to Kill (2010)Description / Buy at
The Bracelet (2012)Description / Buy at
The Look of Love (2012)Description / Buy at
The Friend (2012)Description / Buy at
Footprints in the Sand (2013)Description / Buy at
That Old Black Magic (2014)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Anthologies

Naked Came the Phoenix(2001)Description / Buy at
Silent Night, Deadly Night(2016)Description / Buy at

Note: Naked Came the Phoenix is a collaborative novel written with several other authors.

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One Response to “Order of Mary Jane Clark Books”

  1. Eileen Simpson: 8 years ago

    I just started readine when day breaks.Was it really neccessary to kill a dog in your book I cannot stand authors who do that.


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