Allison Brennan Books In Order

Allison Brennan is an American author of more than 30 New York Times and USA Today bestselling suspense and romance novels. She is best known for her Lucy Kincaid and Max Revere series, but she has also written a number of standalone novels. Her books have been translated into 19 languages around the world. Here is a list of Allison Brennan’s books in order:

1. Speak No Evil (2008): The first book in the Lucy Kincaid series, Speak No Evil follows FBI agent Lucy Kincaid as she fights to protect a young girl from a powerful criminal.

2. Kiss Me, Kill Me (2009): In this second book in the Lucy Kincaid series, Lucy is on the trail of a serial killer who is targeting women with a dark past.

3. See No Evil (2010): The mystery deepens in the third book in the Lucy Kincaid series as Lucy and her team investigate a series of disappearances linked to a powerful drug cartel.

4. Fear No Evil (2011): The fourth book in the Lucy Kincaid series, Fear No Evil finds Lucy and her team on the hunt for a serial killer who is targeting children.

5. Playing Dead (2012): In this fifth Lucy Kincaid book, Lucy is tasked with tracking down a missing girl who may be connected to a powerful crime family.

6. Redemption (2013): The first book in the Max Revere series, Redemption follows investigative journalist Max Revere as she investigates the death of a young woman.

7. Fatal Secrets (2014): In the second Max Revere book, Fatal Secrets, Max is on the case of a missing college student whose disappearance may be linked to a powerful senator.

8. Cold Cold Heart (2015): Cold Cold Heart is the third book in the Max Revere series and finds Max on the hunt for a serial killer targeting wealthy socialites.

9. Cut and Run (2016): The fourth book in the Max Revere series, Cut and Run sees Max go undercover to investigate a string of murders linked to a powerful cartel.

10. Killing Fear (2017): The fifth Max Revere book, Killing Fear, follows Max as she goes head-to-head with a criminal mastermind as she tries to save an abducted child.