James Patterson

James PattersonWebsite: James Patterson
Birthplace: Newburgh, New York
Current Residence: Palm Beach, Florida
Setting: United States
Genre: Thriller, Fiction, Graphic Novel, Young Adult

James Patterson is a best selling author who writes in several difference genres. His most well known and successful books are suspense thrillers, but he also writes childrens' books and a very successful science fiction series for teens. In addition to these, Patterson has also written some slower paced stories about families and relationships, including Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas. Patterson was born in New York state, but currently resides in Palm Beach, Florida.

Guilty Wives by James Patterson and David EllisNow You See Her by James PattersonKill Alex Cross by James Patterson1st to Die by James PattersonAgainst Medical Advice by James Patterson and Hal FriedmanCross Country by James PattersonMax: A Maximum Ride Novel by James Patterson

Book List


General Fiction
Zoo (2012) with Michael Ledwidge
Guilty Wives (2012) with David Ellis
Christmas Wedding (2011) with Richard DiLallo
Kill Me If You Can (2011)
Now You See Her (2011)
Swimsuit with Maxine Paetro (2009)
Sail with Howard Roughan (2008)
Sundays at Tiffany's with Gabrielle Charbonnet (2008)
You've Been Warned with Howard Roughan (2007)
The Quickie with Michael Ledwidge (2007)
Judge and Jury with Andrew Gross (2006)
Beach Road with Peter De Jonge (2006)
Lifeguard with Andrew Gross (2005)
Honeymoon with Howard Roughan (2005)
Sam's Letters to Jennifer (2004)
The Lake House (2003)
The Jester with Andrew Gross (2003)
The Beach House with Peter De Jonge (2002)
Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas (2001)
Cradle and All (2000, previously in 1980 as Virgin)
Black Friday (2000, previously in 1986 as Black Market)
When the Wind Blows (1998)
See How They Run (1997, previously in 1977 as Jericho Commandment)
Miracle on 17th Street with Peter De Jonge (1996)
Hide & Seek (1996)
Midnight Club (1988)
Virgin (1980)
Season of the Machete (1977)
The Thomas Berryman Number (1976)

Alex Cross Series
Alex Cross, Run (2013)
Merry Christmas, Alex Cross (2012)
Kill Alex Cross (2011)
Cross Fire (2010)
I, Alex Cross (2009)
Cross Country (2008)
Double Cross (2007)
Cross (2006)
Mary Mary (2005)
London Bridges (2004)
Big Bad Wolf (2003)
Four Blind Mice (2002)
Violets are Blue (2001)
Roses are Red (2000)
Pop Goes the Weasel (1999)
Cat and Mouse (1997)
Jack & Jill (1996)
Kiss the Girls (1995)
Along Came a Spider (1992)

Jack Morgan Series
Private: #1 Suspect (2012)
Private with Gabrielle Charbonnet (2010)

Michael Bennett Series
I, Michael Bennett (2012)
Tick Tock (2011)
Worst Case with Michael Ledwidge (2010)
Run For Your Life (2009)
Step On A Crack (2007)

Private Detective Agency Novels
Private Games (2012)
Private London (2011)

Women's Murder Club (with co-authors Andrew Gross and Maxine Paetro)
11th Hour (2012)
10th Anniversary (2011)
9th Judgement (2010)
8th Confession (2009)
7th Heaven (2008)
6th Target (2007)
5th Horseman (2006)
4th of July (2005)
3rd Degree (2004)
2nd Chance (2002)
1st Degree (2001)

Young Adult

Middle School the Worst Years of My Life (2011)

Maximum Ride (teen series)
Nevermore (2012)
Angel (2011)
Fang (2010)
Max (2009)
Water Wings (2009)
Final Warning (2008)
Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports (2007)
School's Out Forever (2006)
Angel Experiment (2005)

Daniel X (Teen Series)
Daniel X: Game Over (2011)
Daniel X: Demons and Druids with Adam Sadler (2010)
Daniel X: Watch the Skies with Ned Rust (2009)
Dangerous Days with Daniel X with Michael Ledwidge (2008)

Witch & Wizard (Teen Series)
Witch & Wizard: The Fire (2011)
Witch & Wizard: The Gift (2010)
Witch and Wizard with Gabrielle Charbonnet (2009)

Graphic Novels
Maximum Ride Vol.1 with NaRae Lee (2009)
Daniel X: Alien Hunter, with Leopold Gout (2008)

Murder of King Tut with Martin Dugard (2009)
Against Medical Advice with Hal Friendman (2008)

If you like this author, you might also like these authors:
John Sandford (Prey Series)

See James Patterson books with a Florida setting.
See also It Takes Place in Florida: Mystery.

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