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Jane Smith Books in Order

Looking for James Patterson’s Jane Smith books in order? Look no further!

James Patterson is a master storyteller and prolific thriller author with many different series to enjoy – including the Women’s Murder Club series, the Michael Bennett series and the Private series.

Jane Smith is the best criminal defence attorney in the Hamptons – the elite world of New York’s rich and infamous. Because she’s as good an investigator as she is a lawyer. Because she’s tough. She’s strong.

If you’re at a loss as for where to start, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Here are all of James Patterson’s Jane Smith books in order.

Jane Smith books in order:

12 Months to Live by James Patterson

1. 12 Months to Live: a Jane Smith Thriller (2023)

Her name is Jane Smith. But to friends and foes, she’s Jane Effing Smith.

As Jane is preparing to defend a high-profile client accused of a triple homicide, she’s also hired to revive a cold case – a cluster of unsolved murders. Then another bombshell lands. A devastating medical diagnosis. Terminal. She’s got a year to live. But for now, she has a trial to win. Unless one of her many enemies kills her first.

Read an extract from 12 Months to Live here.

8 Months Left by James Patterson

2. 8 Months Left: A Jane Smith Thriller (Coming August 2024)

Jane Smith is running out of time…Her repeat client, Rob Jacobson, is the unluckiest of the lucky. No sooner is he accused of killing a family of three in the Hamptons than a second family is gunned down. He says he’s being set up – again. Despite the odds, Jane believes him. Now she must mount the most complex investigation of her career. But she’s facing her own battle too. A terminal medical condition. The defense may never rest.

There you have it – all of the Jane Smith books in order! How many have you read? Let us know in the comments below…

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