While it is possible to enjoy James Patterson's "Alex Cross" series if read in any order, the series is much more enjoyable if read chronologically. Doing so increases the reader's likelihood of picking up on references ... More »

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The chronological order of the first 10 books in the "Alex Cross' series is: "Along Came a Spider"; "Kiss the Girls"; "Jack & Jill"; "Cat & Mouse"; "Pop Goes the Weasel"; "Roses are Red"; "Violets are Blue"; "Four Blind ... More »

James Patterson's fictional Alex Cross is a psychologist who consults with the FBI and Washington, D.C. Police Department's Major Case Squad on missing persons and homicide cases. During a high-profile case, Cross finds ... More »

The first five James Patterson books featuring Alex Cross are "Along Came a Spider," "Kiss the Girls," "Jack & Jill," "Cat and Mouse" and "Pop Goes the Weasel." James Patterson published his first book featuring the Alex... More »

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The chronological order of the first 10 books in the "Alex Cross' series is: "Along Came a Spider"; "Kiss the Girls"; "Jack & Jill"; "Cat & Mouse"; "Pop Goes the Weasel"; "Roses are Red"; "Violets are Blue"; "Four Blind ... More »

It is recommended by the author, James Patterson, that the Alex Cross series of books be read in order of publication. By reading the series in order, the reader becomes familiar with the characters and history that futu... More »

The first three Alex Cross book are "Along Came a Spider", "Kiss the Girls" and "Jack & Jill". The Alex Cross series was written by James Patterson. More »

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