Rob Rinder Books in Order
Looking for Rob Rinder’s books in order? Look no further!
Rob Rinder is a barrister turned writer and broadcaster. In 2014, while still a practising barrister, he began starring in his reality court show Judge Rinder, and he now uses his legal knowledge working in the media to make the law more accessible. He is also the author of three books and a columnist for the Sun and the London Evening Standard newspapers.
The Trial was Rob’s number one bestselling debut novel and The Suspect is the much anticipated follow-up. both novels are inspired by Rob’s own experiences as a barrister.
If you’re at a loss as for where to start, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Here are all of Rob Rinder’s Adam Green books in order.
Rob Rinder’s Adam Green books in order:
The Trial by Rob Rinder
1. The Trial (2023)
When hero policeman Grant Cliveden dies from a poisoning in the Old Bailey, it threatens to shake the country to its core. The evidence points to one man. Jimmy Knight has been convicted of multiple offences before and defending him will be no easy task. Not least because this is trainee barrister Adam Green’s first case. But it will quickly become clear that Jimmy Knight is not the only person in Cliveden’s past with an axe to grind.
The only thing that’s certain is that this is a trial which will push Adam – and the justice system itself – to the limit.
The Suspect by Rob Rinder
2. The Suspect (Summer 2024)
When the UK’s favourite breakfast TV presenter dies live on air in front of millions of viewers, the nation is left devastated. More devastated still when it becomes clear that her death was not an accident.The evidence points to one culprit: celebrity chef Sebastian Brooks. But junior barrister Adam Green is about to discover that the case is not as open-and-shut as it first seemed. And although her angelic persona would suggest otherwise, she was not short of enemies in the glittery TV world. Can Adam uncover the truth?
There you have it – all Rob Rinder’s books in order! How many have you read? Let us know in the comments below…