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Subject: Curtiss Ann Matlock books
Date Posted: 6/13/2010 1:09 PM ET
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Does anyone know what order her books should be read in????  And also what are the book titles, I want to make sure I have them all before I start reading them

 

thanks Bertie

Date Posted: 6/13/2010 1:57 PM ET
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She has written many stand alone books besides her Valentine series. If you go to fantasticfiction.com and put her name in "search authors" all her books will come up in the order they were written.

Date Posted: 6/14/2010 8:29 AM ET
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http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/m/curtiss-ann-matlock/

 

ENJOY!! I love Curtiss Ann Matlock!



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Date Posted: 6/14/2010 8:53 AM ET
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On the fictiondb.com website, you can sort her books alphabetically, chronologically by publication date, or click the link to see the sequence of books that are parts of series.

Colleen

Date Posted: 6/14/2010 2:09 PM ET
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thank you all for the help.  one more question,  I just got  Little Town, Great Big Life  it is set in the same place as all the others but nowhere is it listed as part of that series.  Anyone know if it is or not???

Date Posted: 6/14/2010 2:29 PM ET
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Bertie, there is a link to Matlock's website on the fictiondb.com booklist page for this author. According to her site, Little Town is the next and last book in the Valentine series.

Kelly, the webmistress, will get the fictiondb site updated eventually. Since she doesn't read all the fiction published by herself, it takes awhile to work through the "to do" list. She used to allow users to update the series info, but shut that down. I suspect that with hundreds, thousands, millions of site editors, series lists were getting really whacked out. A few still are... *sigh*

When all else fails, check the fictiondb.com author page for a link to their own website. Most authors are pretty good about updating their website and providing definitive series lists.

Colleen

Date Posted: 6/14/2010 2:40 PM ET
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thank you for all the info Colleen