Nelson DeMille

Nelson DeMille

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List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

List of Short Stories/Novellas in Publication Order

List of The MatchUp Collection Books in Publication Order

The MatchUp Collection is a series of short stories where famous authors team up their well-known characters, such as Temperance Brennan and Jack Reacher in the same story.

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
Honor & ... (By: C.J. Box, Sandra Brown)
2017
2
8
Deserves to Be Dead (By: John Sandford, Lisa Jackson)
2017
3
Getaway (With: Lisa Scottoline)
2017
4
Midnight Flame (By: Christopher Rice, Lara Adrian)
2018
5
Short Story (By: Karin Slaughter, Michael Koryta)
2019
6
Past Prologue (By: Diana Gabaldon, Steve Berry)
2019
7
9
Faking a Murderer (By: Lee Child, Kathy Reichs)
2019
8
2019
9
Taking the Veil (By: J.A. Jance, Eric Van Lustbader)
2019
10
Rambo on Their Minds (By: Gayle Lynds, David Morrell)
2019
11
Footloose (By: Val McDermid, Peter James)
2019
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List of Bibliomysteries Books in Publication Order

A collection of short stories and novellas centered around the theme of books. Each story combines elements of mystery, crime, and suspense with a focus on books, libraries, bookstores, or the world of literature, involving various authors contributing to this intriguing and literary-focused series.

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
The Book of Virtue (By: Ken Bruen)
2012
2
Pronghorns of the Third Reich (By: C.J. Box)
2012
3
The Book Thing (By: Laura Lippman)
2012
4
7.5
The Book Case
2012
5
An Acceptable Sacrifice ( By: Jeffery Deaver)
2012
6
Death Leaves a Bookmark (By: William Link)
2012
7
The Final Testament (By: Peter Blauner)
2013
8
Rides a Stranger (By: David Bell)
2013
9
The Long Sonata of the Dead (By: Andrew Taylor)
2013
10
The Book of Ghosts ( By: Reed Farrel Coleman)
2013
11
10
The Compendium of Srem (By: F. Paul Wilson)
2014
12
What's in a Name? ( By: Thomas H. Cook)
2014
13
Remaindered (By: Peter Lovesey)
2014
14
The Sequel (By: R.L. Stine)
2014
15
The Gospel of Sheba (By: Lyndsay Faye)
2014
16
Book Club (By: Loren D. Estleman)
2014
17
The Nature of My Inheritance (By: Bradford Morrow)
2014
18
It's in the Book (By: Max Allan Collins, Mickey Spillane)
2014
19
10
The Scroll (By: Anne Perry)
2014
20
The Book of the Lion (By: Thomas Perry)
2015
21
The Little Men (By: Megan Abbott)
2015
22
Condor in the Stacks (By: James Grady)
2015
23
Mystery, Inc. (By: Joyce Carol Oates)
2015
24
Every Seven Years (By: Denise Mina)
2015
25
From the Queen (By: Carolyn Hart)
2015
26
8
The Travelling Companion ( By: Ian Rankin)
2016
27
Citadel (By: Stephen Hunter)
2016
28
Reconciliation Day (By: Christopher Fowler)
2016
29
Dead Dames Don't Sing (By: John Harvey)
2016
30
The Haze (By: James W. Hall)
2016
31
Hoodoo Harry (By: Joe R. Lansdale)
2017
32
The Pretty Little Box ( By: Charles Todd)
2018
33
Seven Years (By: Peter Robinson)
2018
34
The Hemingway Valise (By: Robert Butler)
2018
35
The Last Honest Horse Thief (By: Michael Koryta)
2018
36
The Caxton Private Lending Library & Book Depository (By: John Connolly)
2018
37
The Girl Who Did Say No (By: David Handler)
2020
38
The Traitor (By: Martin Edwards)
2022
39
The Dark Door (By: Lisa Unger)
2022
40
The Honeymoon Trap (By: Peter Swanson)
2022
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List of Bibliomysteries Series in Chronological Order

#ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
The Book of Virtue (By: Ken Bruen)
2012
2
10
The Scroll (By: Anne Perry)
2014
3
Pronghorns of the Third Reich (By: C.J. Box)
2012
4
An Acceptable Sacrifice ( By: Jeffery Deaver)
2012
5
Death Leaves a Bookmark (By: William Link)
2012
6
Seven Years (By: Peter Robinson)
2018
7
The Book Thing (By: Laura Lippman)
2012
8
The Book of Ghosts ( By: Reed Farrel Coleman)
2013
9
Book Club (By: Loren D. Estleman)
2014
10
The Long Sonata of the Dead (By: Andrew Taylor)
2013
11
The Final Testament (By: Peter Blauner)
2013
12
Rides a Stranger (By: David Bell)
2013
13
What's in a Name? ( By: Thomas H. Cook)
2014
14
It's in the Book (By: Max Allan Collins, Mickey Spillane)
2014
15
The Nature of My Inheritance (By: Bradford Morrow)
2014
16
Remaindered (By: Peter Lovesey)
2014
17
10
The Compendium of Srem (By: F. Paul Wilson)
2014
18
The Gospel of Sheba (By: Lyndsay Faye)
2014
19
The Sequel (By: R.L. Stine)
2014
20
The Book of the Lion (By: Thomas Perry)
2015
21
The Little Men (By: Megan Abbott)
2015
23
Every Seven Years (By: Denise Mina)
2015
24
Citadel (By: Stephen Hunter)
2016
25
Condor in the Stacks (By: James Grady)
2015
26
Mystery, Inc. (By: Joyce Carol Oates)
2015
27
8
The Travelling Companion ( By: Ian Rankin)
2016
28
The Haze (By: James W. Hall)
2016
29
Dead Dames Don't Sing (By: John Harvey)
2016
30
Reconciliation Day (By: Christopher Fowler)
2016
31
Hoodoo Harry (By: Joe R. Lansdale)
2017
32
The Pretty Little Box ( By: Charles Todd)
2018
33
The Caxton Private Lending Library & Book Depository (By: John Connolly)
2018
34
The Hemingway Valise (By: Robert Butler)
2018
35
The Last Honest Horse Thief (By: Michael Koryta)
2018
36
7.5
The Book Case
2012
37
From the Queen (By: Carolyn Hart)
2015
38
The Girl Who Did Say No (By: David Handler)
2020
39
The Traitor (By: Martin Edwards)
2022
40
The Dark Door (By: Lisa Unger)
2022
41
The Honeymoon Trap (By: Peter Swanson)
2022
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List of Nelson DeMille Anthologies in Publication Order

Nelson DeMille: Biography

Nelson DeMille (Nelson Richard DeMille) was born on August 23rd, 1943 and is currently 80 years old. Nelson DeMille was born in New York City, New York, USA. DeMille attended Hofstra University where he received a B.A. in Political Science and History.

Nelson DeMille (Nelson Richard DeMille) is probably best known for his Standalone Novels. There are currently 9 novels available. The first standalone was released in 1975 with the novel The Quest. The most recently released novel was The Cuban Affair which was released in 2017. There are no upcoming standalone novels by Nelson at this time.

Nelson DeMille has also written the John Corey series which has 9 books including Plum Island and The Lion's Game.

Nelson has made Japan's Kono Mystery ga Sugoi international list on three occasions. In 1989, Word of Honor was ranked #6. The Gold Coast made the list at #7 in 1993. The General's Daughter made 1995's list at #5.

The Maze was ranked as one of the Best Thrillers of 2022 by The Real Book Spy website listing it among the top 15 Action, Political, Military, and Spy Thrillers.

Nelson DeMille: Awards & Accolades

Nelson DeMille won the International Thriller Writers Award, Thrillermaster, in 2015.

Nelson DeMille: Lists & Other Mentions

  • Plum Island was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 1997.
  • Night Fall was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2004.
  • The Gate House was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2008.
  • Radiant Angel / A Quiet End was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2015.
  • The Cuban Affair was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2017.

Nelson DeMille: Author Insights

The highest rated book by Nelson DeMille on Book Notification is The Talbot Odyssey, a Standalone novel.

The most read book by Nelson DeMille on Book Notification is Plum Island, the 1st novel in the John Corey series.

The most common authors followed by users who also follow Nelson DeMille are:

  1. David Baldacci, author of the Amos Decker Series.
  2. Michael Connelly, author of the Harry Bosch Series.
  3. Lee Child, author of the Jack Reacher Series.
  4. John Grisham, author of the Jake Brigance Series.
  5. Harlan Coben, author of the Myron Bolitar Series.

Nelson DeMille: F.A.Q

When was Nelson DeMille Born? How old is Nelson DeMille?

Nelson DeMille was born on August 23rd, 1943. Nelson DeMille is currently 80 years old.

Where was Nelson DeMille Born?

Nelson DeMille was born in New York City, New York, USA and is American.

What awards has Nelson DeMille won?

Nelson DeMille has won the following awards: Thrillermaster at the International Thriller Writers Award (2015).

What was the first book Nelson DeMille wrote?

The first novel written by Nelson DeMille was The Sniper, published in 1974.

What was the most recent book Nelson DeMille wrote?

His most recently released work was Blood Lines on October 10th, 2023.

Will there be any more books by Nelson DeMille?

Nelson DeMille does not have any upcoming novels with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Nelson DeMille written?

Nelson DeMille has written 34 books. 7 books in the Joe Ryker Series, 9 books in the John Corey Series, 2 books in the John Sutter Series, 3 books in the Paul Brenner Series, 2 books in the Scott Brodie & Maggie Taylor Series, 9 Standalone Novels, 2 Short Stories/Novellas, 1 book in the The MatchUp Collection Series, 1 book in the Bibliomysteries Series.

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    Austin D.
    Austin D.
    2 years ago

    Nelson DeMille walks a fine line of making his John Corey character likable and funny, as he borders on a bit too much mouth for his own good, and is too full of himself at times.

    The Lion’s Game has three big surprises close to the end which made this a true page turner. It’s over seven hundred pages and yet it is tough to put down. The first novel, called Plum Island was a good one too, worthy of rereading, but The Lion’s Game makes you want to check more of the books in the John Corey series out.

    Michael K.
    Michael K.
    2 years ago

    I feel like I read a book called ‘The General’s Daughter’ from a different author every year. Either all those novels are forgettable (because I can’t remember a thing about them), or my memory isn’t what it used to be. Then again, I read a lot of thrillers and police procedurals. The fact that most of them are starting to blur into one another isn’t surprising.

    I vaguely remember The General’s Daughter with John Travolta. Even though it came out in the late 90s, I only watched it in the early 2010s. It did nothing for me. Nelson DeMille’s book is an entirely different monster. From the little I can recall, the movie did not capture DeMille’s humor.

    Mary
    Mary
    6 months ago

    I really enjoyed The Lion’Game. Was up late for three nights…couldn’t put it down.

    Deborah Moore
    Deborah Moore
    4 months ago

    I haven’t read a DeMille novel in a while and while there were aspects I enjoyed, it seemed too repetitive to me. Perhaps because of the father/son collaboration? Not sure but I found myself skipping sections just to move things along.

    waterburg72
    waterburg72
    3 months ago

    THE PANTHER – Let me start off by saying that Mr. DeMille is not a man of few words. This is a loooooooong read (625 pages), but well worth it. I got tennis elbow from just holding the book. Does DeMille get paid by the number of words when he writes a book? It’s annoying when you are deep into the book, and he still uses FULL names of individuals he’s mentioned hundreds of times. He does this in ALL his books. It gets old after a while.

    First it was the book “The Lion”, now “The Panther”, what’s next “The Cougar”? Where John Corey goes after a middle-aged female terrorist that beds young jihadists?

    This is a good read if you can get past its many pages and heft. As mentioned before about DeMille’s books, his humor is nearly endless. Corey is not politically correct, and I guess that is why I enjoy his quips so much. It takes a while to get to the meat (try at page 500) of the story but getting there is an interesting read as well. If you haven’t read any of Demille’s John Corey sagas, you are missing out on some good reading.

    Jfred52
    Jfred52
    29 days ago

    I had trouble following all the German locations and landmarks in the latest book, Blood Lines. It made it so at times I just wanted to put the book down and not finish reading it. Not one of his better books, in my opinion

    Graeme
    Graeme
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    Reply to  Jfred52
    28 days ago

    I’ve had that issues with books before. Where you can tell the author is very familiar with an area, to the point that it’s like they assume the reader is familiar with it as well.

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