Nora Robert has written more than 200 novels. She published her first novel, "Irish Thoroughbred," in 1981, and by 1984 she had written 23 more romance novels, such as "Blithe Images," "Heart's Victory," "Island of Flowers" and "Search For Love."
Nora Roberts is an American writer who was called "America's favorite novelist" by "The New Yorker." Because of her prolific novel writing, she was encouraged by her third publisher, Putnam, to take on additional pen names so the publisher could keep up with her. She has written books under the names J.D. Robb, Jill March and Sarah Hardesty.
Roberts' first publisher was Silhouette, which published romance novels in several series called "Silhouette Romance," "Silhouette Intimate Moments" and "Silhouette Special Edition." Some of Roberts' titles in these series are "From This Day," "Her Mother's Keeper," "Once More With Feeling" and "Reflections." Silhouette also published Roberts' MacGregor family series which began with the bestseller "Playing the Odds."
From 1987 to 1992, Roberts' second publisher Bantam published many books, such as "Public Secrets," "Genuine Lies" and "Carnal Innocence." In 1992, Roberts moved to Putnam where she had her first hardcover bestseller, titled "Montana Sky."
As J.D. Robb, Roberts wrote novels that branched out from her original romance genre into romantic suspense, such as "Naked in Death," "Glory in Death," "Immortal in Death" and "Rapture in Death." As of February 2015, there are 50 titles comprising the "In Death" series. Full lists of Roberts' work can be found on her official website and her Amazon page.