The sequence of David Baldacci's Sean King and Michelle Maxwell series of books is Split Second, Hour Game, Simple Genius, First Family, The Sixth Man, and King and Maxwell. The success of his first book, Absolute Power, made him a best-selling author in 1996. He has written both series and stand-alone novels, children's books, a novella and a non-fiction book, and edited an anthology of short stories.
The sequence of Baldacci's Camel Club series is The Camel Club, The Collectors, Stone Cold, Divine Justice, Hell's Corner and Bull's Eye. His Shaw and Katie James books begin with The Whole Truth and finish with Deliver Us From Evil. The sequence of the John Puller books is Zero Day, The Forgotten and The Escape. His Will Robie books, in order, are The Innocent, The Hit, Bullseye and The Target. His children's books are Freddy and the French Fries: Fries Alive and its sequel, and The Mystery of Silas Finklebean. He also wrote Day of Doom, which is book number six in the Cahills vs. Vespers books of the children's mystery series The 39 Clues. The first of a new fantasy series for children is titled The Finisher, published under the pseudonym Janus Pope.