Which authors do you enjoy so much you've read every one of their books?
M.C. Beaton, Agatha Christie, Joan Hess, Louise Penny, Rhys Bowen, Mary Dahiem, Diane Mott Davidson. I'm sure there are more just can't think of them now.
Adrian McKinty, John McFetridge, Dennis Lehane, Declan Burke, Declan Hughes, Charlie Stella, Raymond Chandler, Timothy Hallinan. I'm catching up with Reed Farrel Coleman, Robert Crais, Dashiell Hammett, and Carl Hiaasen. (If I live long enough, Elmore Leonard and Ed McBain.)
These are great lists!
Here a few of my favorites:
Michael Connelly, Daniel Silva, Sara Paretsky
Martin Cruz Smith, Ben Fountain, Jamie Freveletti
Patricia Cornwell, Alexander McCall Smith, Alex Berenson
Brad Taylor, Ben Coes
Robert Crais tops my list. Have read every one of his. James Patterson's Women's Murder Club, not necessarily his others. Robert B. Parker's Jesse Stone and Sunny Randell, not Spenser so much. Jeffery Deaver's Kathryn Dance series. not his Lincoln Rhymes series (oddly enough)
Others I'm working through Tess Gerritsen, Michael Connelly, Zoe Sharp, Lee Child, Clive Cussler, T. Jefferson Parker and James Rollins, to name a few.
Ah, I should say I read all of Lee Child's.
James Lee Burke, Harlan Coben, Tana French
Suzanne's list gives me many new authors to explore.
Yes, Tana French!
Robert Crais, for sure. James Rollins
Have just finished a book by Steve Hamilton and started one by Nancy Pickard that make me interested in the rest of their books.