posts on 1/14/2006 3:45:20 PM
This is for James Dean.
Robert Ludlum Novels:
By Ludlum, Published Posthumously:
The Ambler Warning (2005)
The Tristan Betrayal (2003)
The Janson Directive (2002)
The Sigma Protocol (October, 2001)
The Moscow Vector (co-written by Patrick Larkin) (2005)
The Lazarus Vendetta (co-written by Patrick Larkin) (2004)
The Altman Code (co-written by Gayle Lynds) (2003)
The Paris Option (co-written by Gayle Lynds) (2002)
The Cassandra Compact (co-written by Phillip Shelby) (2001)
The Hades Factor (co-written by Gayle Lynds) (2000)
By Ludlum, Published During the Author's Lifetime († March 2001)
The Prometheus Deception (2000)
The Matarese Countdown
The Apocalypse Watch (1995)
The Scorpio Illusion(1993)
The Road To Omaha (1992)
The Bourne Ultimatum (1990)
The Icarus Agenda (1988)
The Bourne Supremacy (1986)
The Aquitaine Progression(1984)
The Parsifal Mosaic (1982)
The Bourne Identity (1980)
The Matarese Circle (1979)
The Holcroft Covenant (1978)
The Chancellor Manuscript (1977)
The Gemini Contenders (1976)
The Road to Gandolfo (1975)
The Rhinemann Exchange (1974)
The Cry of the Halidon (1974)
The Matlock Paper (1973)
The Osterman Weekend (1972)
The Scarlatti Inheritance (1971)
posts on 12/29/2005 6:02:34 PM
I'm trying to determine the order that Ludlum books were written/published in so that I may start my son on the series. I have had the pleasure of reading them all but can't remember when or in which order.
posts on 12/14/2005 2:42:24 PM
Long ago my dad and I listened to the Matarres circle on a road trip, the book was simply put amazing but to our utter disappointment when the final tape stopped it said the book is continued in part 2. Now for more than a decade we both have searched but have found nothing of the Matarres cricle part 2! Can anyone help me? I really want to finish this amazing tale.
posts on 12/6/2005 9:23:26 PM
I had always loved the Chancellor Manuscript and spent awhile searching for it.
Does anyone who is writing in his name now or did I miss that posting?
posts on 12/1/2005 8:34:59 PM
I've owned his entire collection since I first discovered he had actually written "Trevayne" under another name and forturnately I had purchased it. I've always loved the Bourne books but...in my humble opinion his best was "The Scarlatti Inheritance".
posts on 11/18/2005 1:27:49 AM
Bourne is definitly the most popular but I really enjoyed the Gemini Contenders and the Ostermann Weekend
posts on 10/5/2005 4:00:28 AM
I knew nothing of Ludlum until I bought The Bourne Identity at an opp shop for $1:00 because I just wanted something to read.
I loved it and then read the next two in the Bourne trilogy. Since then I have collected and read every book he wrote.
I enjoyed them all but still think the Bourne books are my favourites along with the Matarese Circle.
posts on 10/4/2005 8:14:06 PM
I know this is like asking which of your children is your favorite child, but.... which Ludlum is generally considered his best?
posts on 9/23/2005 7:33:56 AM
I've just finished reading the matarese circle and coincidentaly am reading a David Morrell book "the brotherhood of the the rose" glab it guys u'll like it
posts on 8/4/2005 10:20:39 AM
I think that Robert Ludlum should have created a seires with the Janson Directive. It was a good book.