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Subject: Complete James Patterson
Date Posted: 12/9/2007 3:50 PM ET
Member Since: 7/23/2007
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I'm fairly new to the discussion forums on here, and brand new to this one so I haven't read everything yet, but I have seen a lot of James Paterson questions on here and thought I would share the list of the books he's done in order of publication from oldest to newest. I am on a quest to owning every one he's done (minus the young adult books) so I have a running list on the computer. Sorry if this has already been listed on here.

Alex Cross

  • Along Came a Spider
  • Kiss the Girls
  • Jack & Jill
  • Cat & Mouse
  • Pop Goes the Weasel
  • Roses Are Red
  • Violets Are Blue
  • Four Blind Mice
  • Big Bad Wolf
  • London Bridges
  • Mary Mary
  • Cross
  • Double Cross

Women's Murder Club

  • 1st to Die
  • 2nd Chance
  • 3rd Degree
  • 4th of July
  • The 5th Horseman
  • The 6th Target
  • 7th Heaven in 2008

Other Books

  • The Thomas Berryman Number
  • Season of the Machete
  • The Jericho Commandmenht (later published as See How They Run)
  • Virgin (later published as Cradle and All)
  • Black Market (later published as Black Friday)
  • The Midnight Club
  • Hide & Seek
  • Miracle on the 17th Green
  • See How They Run
  • When the Wind Blows
  • Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas
  • The Beach House
  • The Jester
  • The Lake House
  • Sam's Letters to Jennifer
  • Honeymoon
  • Lifegaurd
  • Beach Road
  • Judge & Jury
  • Step on a Crak
  • The Quickie
  • You've Been Warned
Date Posted: 12/10/2007 3:29 PM ET
Member Since: 11/30/2007
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Sarah, Thanks for the list. I love James Patterson. I actually finished Beach House today, and am going to start Season of the Machete.I've read all the Cross series, and the Women's Murder Club as well. I have Cross in hardback if you are interested, need to add that to my bookshelf.I wasn't as thrilled by it as I thought I would be. Hoping Double Cross is better.
Date Posted: 12/10/2007 10:19 PM ET
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I would LOVE to have that, esp in hardback! I've heard a lot of people say Cross wasn't that good. . . I'm eager to see for myself!

Date Posted: 12/11/2007 10:52 AM ET
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I think I wasn't as happy with the book is because of the build-up. There is not one book out of the Cross series where it's not mentioned, the wife of his death, Maria. Cross is about the killer. Its talked about in every one, and I think that I expected something much bigger ???, since it was such a part of Cross' life. I believe there is also a mistake in the book, something changed from when the death has been referred to in other books.. Does that make sense? Anyway, let me know when you read it! I'll stick it on my bookshelf, I'll pm you when I get it on there.
Date Posted: 12/13/2007 12:25 AM ET
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I have about 10 Hardback James Patterson's on my shelf and all are in like new condition if you want to take a look.

Date Posted: 12/31/2007 1:46 PM ET
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I've got '4th of July' in hardback listed on my bookshelf, if someone is looking for it.

Date Posted: 1/18/2008 10:43 AM ET
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That's a great list Sarah if you don't mind I think I will save it to my computer. For anyone who loves James Patterson like I do here is his website: http://www.jamespatterson.com/   Thanks!!