Sinister thoughts, deepening resentment and manipulative mind games are temporary - but Murder Is Forever, an all-new dramatic series created in partnership with bestselling author James Patterson and the Emmy-winning producers at Stephen David Entertainment. Murder Is Forever - Patterson's first foray into true-crime television, based upon the authentic stories featured in his upcoming paperback books. Each hour-long episode of Murder Is Forever presents a unique murder mystery that keeps viewers guessing until the very end - but perhaps the most shocking thing of all, is that these stunning crimes are 100% real. Each self-contained story will live both on-screen and within the pages of Patterson's true crime paperback titles, which correspond to each episode, will be published beginning January 2, 2018 and available everywhere books are sold.
Runtime: 60 minutes
James Patterson's Murder is Forever - James Patterson bibliography - Netflix
See James Patterson for information about this author. This James Patterson Bibliography contains the list of books written and published by James Patterson. The list below separates the books into two main categories: books written for adults and books written for children and teens. Within those two categories, the books are further divided into three subcategories: fiction series, standalone fiction, or standalone nonfiction.
James Patterson's Murder is Forever - Standalone fiction - Netflix
Patterson, James (2004). SantaKid. Illustrated by Michael Garland. New York: Little, Brown and Company. ISBN 978-0-316-00061-1. Patterson, James (2011). Boys Will Be Boys. Guys Read. New York: Walden Pond Press. ISBN 978-0-06-211215-6. Patterson, James; Raymond, Emily (2014). First Love. New York: Little, Brown and Company. ISBN 978-0-316-20704-1. Patterson, James; Papademetriou, Lisa (2014). Homeroom Diaries. Illustrated by Keino. New York: Little, Brown and Company. ISBN 978-0-316-20762-1. Patterson, James; Raymond, Emily; Dembowski, Jill (2016). Humans, Bow Down. Illustrated by Alexander Ovchinnikov. New York: Little, Brown and Company. ISBN 978-0-316-34696-2.