The Printable Booklist for You!
Like the view? We just got in from the Surf City (NC) pier, where John filmed surfers and I snapped this shot with my phone. I’m allowed to play when I finish 4000 words each day. Deadline’s coming!
But the real point of this post is to remind my readers that I have information on my website and Facebook Readers Page that will answer any question you might have about my books. Each day I get email asking me the order of linked books or if certain books have other titles in other countries or when a particular book will be published in the United Kingdom, etcetera. I always point folks in the direction of the Printable Booklist. It’s on the BOOKS page of my website in the upper right hand corner and it’s an app on my Facebook page. . . and it’s right here for you as well. Hope it helps!
Diane Chamberlain’s Printable Book List
Books Available in Both Print and E-Book Format:
The Good Father (New Release)
April 2012 (US) | June 2012 (UK) | May 2012 (AU)
Kiss River (Reissue)
November 2011 (US) | Early 2013 (UK)
Book # 2 in the Keeper of the Light Trilogy
Brass Ring (Reissue)
April 2012 (UK: Print)
*Brass Ring has been reissued in print in the UK only. Brass Ring is available as an
e-book in all other countires.
The Midwife’s Confession
May 2011 (US) | June 2011 (UK) | July 2011 (AU)
Keeper of the Light (Reissue)
April 2011 (US) | January 2012 (UK) | January 2012 (AU)
Book #1 in the Keeper of the Light Trilogy
The Shadow Wife (Reissue)
November 2010 (US) | September 2011 (UK) | February 2011 (AU)
Original Title: Cypress Point (2002)
Australian Title: The Forgotten Son
The Lies We Told
June 2010 (US) | March 2011 (UK) | July 2010 (AU)
The Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes (Reissue)
May 2010 (US) | March 2009 (UK) | August 2008 (AU)
United Kingdom Title: The Lost Daughter
Australian Title: A Beautiful Lie
Summer’s Child (Reissue)
April 2010 (US)
Breaking the Silence (Reissue)
November 2009 (US) | January 2011 (UK) | February 2010 (AU)
Australian Title: Remembering Me
Secrets She Left Behind
June 2009 (US) | September 2010 (UK)
Sequel to Before the Storm
Before the Storm
June 2008 (US) | May 2010 (UK)
Prequel to Secrets She Left Behind
The Courage Tree (Reissue)
April 2009 (US)
The Bay at Midnight (Reissue)
2009 (US) | January 2012 (UK) | October 2005 (AU)
Her Mother’s Shadow
November 2012 (US) | June 2013 (UK)
Book # 3 in the Keeper of the Light Trilogy
Diane’s Backlist Available as E‐Books:
Available in e‐book format only, though you may be able to find used or library print copies.
Originally published by HarperCollins | 1991 (Hardcover) | 1991 (Paperback)
The Escape Artist
Available in e‐book format only, though you may be able to find used or library copies.
Originally published by HarperCollins | 1997 (Hardcover) | 1998 (Mass Market Paperback)
Available in e‐book format only, though you may be able to find used or library copies.
Originally published by HarperCollins | 1995 (Hardcover) | 1996 (Mass Market Paperback)
Available in print in the UK (April 2012) and in e‐book format everywhere else. You may be able to find used or library copies.
Originally published by HarperCollins | 1994 (Hardcover) | 1995 (Mass Market Paperback)
Fire and Rain
Available in e‐book format only, although you may be able to find used or library copies.
Originally published by HarperCollins | 1993 (Hardcover) | 1994 (Mass Market Paperback)
Ah…love the view Diane!! I appreciate when you show photos like this. I love the sea but live in the midwest. You and John take gorgeous pictures of the ocean and it makes me feel just a bit closer to the seashore when you share. (-:)
Beautiful! One thing I love about eating at Daddy Macs [other than the food] is watching what goes on at the pier and the surfers. I bet John go some good pictures.
Yes, Ann, John got some great pix this week because we had a storm with phenomenal clouds. And we ate at Daddy Mac’s last night! Yum! Margo, do you ever get to the ocean?
Yes Diane, but not as often as i’d like. We love Cannon Beach on the Oregon Coast but it’s been several years since we’ve been there…and of course I fell in love with Nantucket Island about 7 years ago. We have some beautiful lakes near us and when we need a seaside fix, we drive 2 hours from our home to Clear Lake (where Buddy Holly performed his last concert at the Surf Ballroom). Gary knows I desperately want to see the Outer Banks and TopSail someday so that’s on our list in the near future (-:)
Great shot! I am surprised you can ever leave it behind, even for short periods of time. While summers are special and offer rejuvenation of the soul, winters offer solitude and time for relection. All seasons put life into proper perspective! . Actually, I cannot imagine living inland, without access to the sea on a regular basis; it must be my Irish & Norwegian heritage:) ENJOY!!!
I love the photo.
I’ve just looked up your books on Amazon and find it strange that Her Mother’s Shadow is actually slated for release in October 2012 with no sign of Kiss River. Plus there’s another release of Keeper of the Light for Sept 2012. Very strange. I’m loving the UK covers though I wish they would stop printing that stupid ‘if you like Jodi Picoult’ badge on them – at least with the old stickers I could peel them off.
hmm, Kat, if possible, please send me the link where you’re seeing this. I believe you’re in the UK? The second release of Keeper in the UK is a different format (I’m guessing the smaller size paperback). Her Mother’s Shadow will be released in the US in October 2012. Kiss River in the UK in January and Her Mother’s Shadow in the UK next summer. One thing I’ve noticed is that the UK Amazon site sometimes has the US copies listed and it gets very confusing! (And I’m with you on the Jodi Picoult badge!)
Just noticed this website and thought I would take this chance to say how much I love your books. Can’t get enough of them! Just finished The shadow wife and thought it was fantastic. I couldn’t put it down. Also loved midwife’s confession too. Looking forward to some more
I have to admit to only discovering you 3 months ago as a writer( I am a Jodi Picoult fan) A book in my local supermarket had a sticker on saying Jodi fans would love this book. I bought it and wha ta book!!!!,
It was The Bay at Midnight. OMG I could not put it down…and what an twist at the end. It was so well written and you really felt as if you knew each character. I then purcased Keeper of the Light….even better. I read that book in 2 evenings( I was late for work 🙂 🙂 ). Now I this week purchased Kiss River, Her Mothers Shadow(from a city book store) and 6 others from ebay. I can’t wait to get home from work, cook dinner and then get on my PJ’s and pick up my book.
Can’t wait for the next book. Well Done Diane xxxx
Any plans to come to the UK?
I am a newbee to your books. I’ve been so attached to one author for such a long time (Lisa Gardner) that I’ve found that other authors left me feeling like their endings were predictable and the story was dragging on. I am reading “The Good Father” and I absolutely love the characters and the storyline. I should finish it tonight and cannot wait to see what happends to a certain family (NO SPOILER). Now that I read Annette’s notes above, I may have to check out The bay at midnight. I’m already hooked on you Diane….
P.S. I live in Palm Beach Florida so I appreciate your photo from NC 🙂 I live in paradise every single day of my life and cannot imagine going anywhere else.
I’m a “newbie” to her books as well and can’t seem to put them down once I start.
Thank you, Annette and Valerie (and Lorraine–sorry to miss your long ago comment!). I’m thrilled you’ve “discovered” me and are enjoying my stories!
Hi Diane! After visiting the Outer Banks this past April, my sister-in-law & I read one of your books (Summer’s Child) while there & thought a read of the area would make it all that more interesting. A total surprise as to who the parents of Shelley were! New to your books, you are now my go to author. Next on the list is the trilogy (Keeper of the Light…Her Mother’s Shadow). Looking forward to the others you wrote as well! The library in town knows my number – they see me and ask, “which one is next?” Do you have a favorite or one that hits close to home with you, Diane?
Hi Cynthia, I hope that was fun, getting to read an Outer Banks book while in the Outer Banks. I think you’ll enjoy the Keeper of the Light trilogy. I have MANY favorites, but I can tell you that my readers particularly like Necessary Lies, The Midwife’s Confession and The Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes. Happy Reading!
Love love your books Diane they are the best!
Hi Have just read The Keeper of the Light Trilogy and The Midwife’s Confession, loved them all and couldn’t put them down. Is there any particular order in which to read the rest? as I find it difficult to work out the dates and order they published.
Hi Jan, The only books that are linked are the Keeper trilogy and Before the Storm, which has a sequel, Secrets She Left Behind. There’s no order to the other books. Hope that helps!
I just read “The Mid-wife’s Confession”, I absolutely loved it!!! I loved the twists and turns. I was engaged not knowing what is going to happen next. It made me realize how boring predicable plots are. I just wanted to say thank you and can’t wait to read more.
I’m so happy you enjoyed the Midwife, Debbie.
Hi I just love all your books,I just wanted to know is the Silent Sister on its own or is there a book before it,Keep on writing I love your books i’m collecting everyone,Love from Cape Town.South Africa
Edna, The Silent Sister is a stand-alone book. However, there is an e-short story that serves as a prequel. Just a bonus that gives you a bit more insight into Riley and Danny’s childhood. Hope you enjoy them both!
Just finished your Cypress Point. Enjoyed so much. Don’t see it on your list anyplace,
but========Now I’m looking forward to my next reading adventure with yiu.
Peggy, look at The Shadow Wife. Unfortunately, when Cypress Point was reissued it was given a new name, leading to all sort of problems! I won’t let that happen again. Glad you enjoyed it.