Ken Follet Books in Order
Ken Follett is most often linked with the historical thrillers because he tap into the elements of suspense and edge-of-your-seat plots that makes these works so memorable.
Ken Follett can be compared with , Eric Larson and Peter T. Deutermann. Whether you love a character driven historical thriller with drama and romance or a more pulse-driven read based on battlefields of the past - Thrillerfix has something to offer. Our favorite historical thriller novels include a thrilling glimpse into the past.
Books in order for Kingsbridge Series, Apples Carstairs Series, The Century Trilogy Series etc.
Fans love the works of Ken Follett because his unique style sets them apart from other books in the action genre..His books are well-known, with rave reviews from readers. Ken Follett is often recognized as a leader in books with thrills and suspense.
At Thrillerfix, we’ve got a special appreciation for the works of Ken Follett. It’s our belief that our audiences will love the words and works of Ken Follett too. That’s why we’ve put together these books in order. Whatever order you read them in, we hope you enjoy!
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Many people love historical fiction thrillers because they blur the lines of fiction and reality. In Devil in the White City, the monster is real but the tales around him leave you to wonder what is true and fictionalized. If you’re a fan of Devil in the White City and H.H. Holmes, then you’re in for …
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Nothing quite compares to a gripping historical thriller, especially if it’s a World War II saga such as The Nightingale. World War II sagas can be tragic, heart-wrenching stories of loss and love or more light-hearted tales of friendship and adventure.Kristin Hannah weaves an immersive tale of love, loss, and hope that will stay with …
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