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What is a list of James Patterson's books in order?

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As of 2014, best-selling author James Patterson has written or co-written over 100 books. He is well-known for the popular "Alex Cross" series, as well as the "Women's Murder Club" series.

As of 2014, a list of all of James Patterson's books in order of publication is:

  • 1976 - The Thomas Berryman Number
  • 1977 - Season of the Machete
  • 1977 - The Jericho Commandment (published again in 1997 as See How They Run)
  • 1980 - Virgin
  • 1986 - Black Market (published again in 2000 as Black Friday)
  • 1988 - The Midnight Club
  • 1992 - Along Came A Spider (Alex Cross Series)
  • 1994 - Kiss the Girls (Alex Cross Series)
  • 1996 - Jack & Jill (Alex Cross Series)
  • 1996 - Hide & Seek
  • 1996 - Miracle on the 17th Green (with Peter De Jonge)
  • 1997 - See How They Run (published previously as The Jericho Commandment)
  • 1997 - Cat and Mouse (Alex Cross Series)
  • 1998 - When the Wind Blows
  • 1999 - Pop Goes the Weasel (Alex Cross Series)
  • 2000 - Black Friday (previously published in 1986 as Black Market)
  • 2000 - Cradle & All (previously published in 1980 as Virgin)
  • 2000 - Roses are Red (Alex Cross Series)
  • 2001 - Violets are Blue (Alex Cross Series)
  • 2001 - Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas
  • 2001 - 1st to Die (Women's Murder Club)
  • 2002 - Four Blind Mice (Alex Cross Series)
  • 2002 - Beach House (with Peter De Jonge)
  • 2002 - 2nd Chance (Women's Murder Club, with Andrew Gross)
  • 2003 - The Big Bad Wolf (Alex Cross Series)
  • 2003 - The Jester (with Andrew Gross)
  • 2003 - The Lake House (sequel to When The Wind Blows)
  • 2004 - 3rd Degree (Women's Murder Club, with Andrew Gross)
  • 2004 - London Bridges (Alex Cross Series)
  • 2004 - Sam's Letters to Jennifer
  • 2004 - Santa Kid
  • 2005 - 4th of July (Women's Murder Club, with Maxine Paetro)
  • 2005 - Mary, Mary (Alex Cross Series)
  • 2005 - Honeymoon (with Howard Roughan)
  • 2005 - Lifeguard (with Andrew Gross)
  • 2005 - Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment
  • 2006 - Maximum Ride: School's Out Forever
  • 2006 - Cross (Alex Cross Series)
  • 2006 - Beach Road (with Peter De Jonge)
  • 2006 - Judge and Jury (with Andrew Gross)
  • 2006 - 5th Horseman (Women's Murder Club, with Maxine Paetro)
  • 2007 - Step on a Crack
  • 2007 - Maximum Ride: Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports
  • 2007 - 6th Target
  • 2007 - The Quickie
  • 2007 - You've Been Warned
  • 2007 - Double Cross
  • 2008 - 7th Heaven
  • 2008 - Maximum Ride #4: The Final Warning
  • 2008 - Sundays at Tiffany's
  • 2008 - Sail
  • 2008 - The Dangerous Days of Daniel X
  • 2008 - Against Medical Advice
  • 2008 - Cross Country
  • 2009 - Run for Your Life
  • 2009 - The 8th Confession
  • 2009 - Daniel X: Watch the Skies
  • 2009 - The Murder of King Tut
  • 2009 - Witch & Wizard
  • 2010 - Worst Case
  • 2010 - Fang
  • 2010 - The 9th Judgment
  • 2010 - Don't Blink
  • 2010 - Private
  • 2010 - Postcard Killers
  • 2010 - Cross Fire
  • 2010 - Witch & Wizard: The Gift
  • 2011 - Tick Tock
  • 2011 - Angel
  • 2011 - Toys
  • 2012 - Private Games
  • 2012 - Private: #1 Suspect
  • 2012 - Guilty Wives
  • 2012 - 11th Hour
  • 2012 - Middle School : Get Me Out of Here
  • 2012 - I, Michael Bennett
  • 2012 - Nevermore: The Final Maximum Ride Adventure
  • 2012 - Zoo
  • 2012 - Confessions of a Murder Suspect
  • 2012 - NYPD Red
  • 2012 - Daniel X: Armageddon
  • 2012 - Merry Christmas, Alex Cross
  • 2012 - I, Funny
  • 2013 - Private Berlin
  • 2013 - Witch & Wizard: The Kiss
  • 2013 - Alex Cross, Run
  • 2013 - Middle School: My Brother Is a Big, Fat Liar
  • 2013 - 12th of Never
  • 2013 - Second Honeymoon
  • 2013 - Private Down Under
  • 2013 - Middle School: How I Survived Bullies, Broccoli, and Snake Hill
  • 2013 - Mistress
  • 2013 - Treasure Hunters
  • 2013 - Gone
  • 2013 - Confessions: The Private School Murders
  • 2013 - Cross My Heart
  • 2013 - I Even Funnier
  • 2014 - First Love
  • 2014 - Private L.A.
  • 2014 - NYPD Red 2
  • 2014 - Middle School: Ultimate Showdown
  • 2014 - Unlucky 13
  • 2014 - Invisible
  • 2014 - Middle School: Save Rafe
  • 2014 - Homeroom Diaries

Born on March 22, 1947, Patterson started writing full-time in 1996 after retiring from a career in advertising. As of 2014, Patterson has sold more than 300 million books, and he holds the record for most New York Times-bestselling hardcover fiction books by a single author.

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