In what order were the David Baldacci series published?


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"King & Maxwell," David Baldacci's first series, began in 2003, followed by "The Camel Club" in 2005, "Shaw" in 2008, "John Puller" in 2011, and "Will Robie" in 2012. Baldacci's 2015 release, "Memory Man," is likewise expected to kick off a new series starring main character Amos Decker.

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David Baldacci has been publishing standalone novels since 1996 but only began writing ongoing series in 2003 with the publication of "Split Second" and the introduction of ex-Secret Service agents Sean King and Michelle Maxwell. King and Maxwell have since starred in subsequent entries "Hour Game" (2004), "Simple Genius" (2007), "First Family" (2009), "The Sixth Man" (2011), and "King and Maxwell" (2013).

The Camel Club of conspiracy theorists received its own series in 2005 with the publication of "The Camel Club," followed by "The Collectors" (2006), "Stone Cold" (2007), "Divine Justice" (2008), and "Hell's Corner" (2010). Bond-esque Agent Shaw was introduced in 2008's "The Whole Truth" and reappeared in "Deliver Us From Evil" in 2010, while ex-soldier-turned-military-investigator John Puller headlined "Zero Day" (2011), "The Forgotten" (2012), and "The Escape" (2014). Military assassin Will Robie has racked up an impressive bodycount in "The Innocent" (2012), "The Hit" (2013), Bullseye" (2014), "The Target" (2014) and "The Guilty" (2015).

Additionally, in 2005 Baldacci began writing intermittently for young readers with his Freddy and the French Fries series, "Fries Alive!" (2005) and "The Mystery of Silas Finklebean" (2006). 2014 saw Baldacci's first young adult fantasy novel, "The Finisher," while the sequel, "The Keeper," has a 2015 release date.

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