Jodi Picoult wrote such books as "Picture Perfect," "My Sister's Keeper" and "Nineteen Minutes." She also wrote "Perfect Match," according to her personal page, JodiPicoult.com.
"Picture Perfect" came out in 1995. In this story, an anthropologist and Hollywood star meet on a film set in Africa. They fall in love and marry, but soon a cycle of hurt, denial and promises change their lives.
"Perfect Match" was published in 2002, and is about a mother and father who discover that their 5-year-old has been sexually abused. Nina, the mother, is an assistant district attorney who becomes conflicted between her personal life as a mother and her professional life.
In 2004, "My Sister's Keeper" was published. This story is about two sisters, one with leukemia and one who was born for the purpose of providing her sister with bone marrow. Anna, the healthy sister, makes a decision to emancipate from her family to gain her freedom over her own body, which endangers her sister's life.
The book "Nineteen Minutes," released in 2007, focuses on a deadly school shooting, the mother of the teen in charge of it, and the issues of bullying that took place to set the teen off on a killing spree.