List of Robert Bryndza Books In Order

Last Updated on March 15, 2022 Reading the Robert Bryndza books in order means his six books in his popular DCI Erika Foster crime thriller series, and the books in his new Kate Marshall series.

I came across this author quite by accident. I was looking for a good British thriller in the veins of M.J. Arlidge since I was already hooked on his Helen Grace series. After reading The Girl In The Ice, I was hooked. Now I’m an avid follower of this talented thriller author.

Here are the Robert Bryndza books in order for his thriller series.

New Robert Bryndza Book

Darkness Falls

Darkness Falls (Kate Marshall #3), 2021

DCI Erika Foster Series In Order

  1. The Girl in the Ice (DCI Erika Foster #1), 2016
  2. The Night Stalker (DCI Erika Foster #2), 2016
  3. Dark Water (DCI Erika Foster #3), 2016
  4. Last Breath (DCI Erika Foster #4), 2017
  5. Cold Blood (DCI Erika Foster #5), 2017
  6. Deadly Secrets (DCI Erika Foster #6), 2018

Robert Bryndza authorKate Marshall Series in Order

  1. Nine Elms (Kate Marshall #1), 2019
  2. Shadow Sands (Kate Marshall #2), 2020
  3. Darkness Falls (Kate Marshall #3), 2021

About Robert Bryndza

Robert Bryndza was born in the UK, where he lived for nearly ten years in Brockley in South London. He also lived in the US and Canada before settling into his permanent address in Slovakia with his Slovak husband Ján.

They visited Slovakia for holidays in 2010 and loved so much that they made it their permanent country of residence.

He initially trained to become an actor, but in his mid-twenties, he got the writing bug and he swiftly changed gears and started to write novels.

The first Robert Bryndza books were part of a romantic comedy series called Coco Pinchard, which he self-published. It took him 3 years of trying to publish his first novel before he learned that self-publishing your books in a thing. His first novel was self-published in 2012.

In 2016 he changed genres and started writing crime thriller novels, with the first book titled The Girl In The Ice, which became part of the DCI Erika Foster series. The latest Robert Bryndza book in the series is called Deadly Secrets, published by Bookouture, an awesome British publisher, who also publish Angela Marson’s book and that of several other really good crime thriller authors.

In an interview, author Robert Bryndza mentioned that the idea for The Girl in the Ice came to him several years ago while listening to a song by Kate Bush. He suddenly had a flash of standing on a frozen lake and seeing the face of a girl under the ice. Quite a powerful image for a thriller novel.

The Girl in the ICeDCI Erika Foster is first introduced to the readers in The Girl in the Ice. Soon we realize that she has a lot of baggage to deal with, a lot of history which doesn’t allow her to function at 100%.

In a tragic event in the past (before the book story began), her husband is killed and Erika is left not only alone but also in total despair. It took her seven months to finally get back to work and immerse herself in her first new case, which involves Andrea Douglas-Brown’s kidnapping and then murder.

When the young woman is found under the frozen ice in a South London park, Erika, the MET detective is called to investigate. She knows that this case could be the one to bring her fully back from the dead and into the land of the living.

The Detective Erika Foster series is right now at its 6th addition with Deadly Secrets, published early 2018. Erika is still shaken by the happenings in Cold Blood, where her personal life got mixed up with work in a bad way. She is still not quite ok but she takes on the next case that is as harrowing as it can get.

A mother wakes to find her daughter’s blood-soaked body frozen to the road. Somebody killed the young girl and left her in front of her own house frozen to the ground.

While Erika is working the new case, something from her past threatens to come to the surface at the most inopportune moment. If she doesn’t stay focus on the case she might not only use the killer but her own life as well.

In 2019, a new Robert Bryndza book is out in a new series featuring Kate Marshall, a woman with a dark, secret past. A rising star in the  London Metropolitan police force, Kate Marshall captured the famous Nine Elms serial killer some 16 years ago. However, when things went south, her entire career and life went into shambles. Now she works as a lecturer at a small coastal English university when her past comes crushing back and she has to face her fears, demons, and an evil monster when a copycat killer is on the loose and threatens to destroy her entire life – literally.

Currently, Robert Bryndza is living with husband Jan and two dogs and working on his next Erika Foster novel.

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  1. Lynn Campbell says:

    Love your books. Just finished Darkness Falls in one reading. Cant wait for your next book

  2. Jennifer Lee says:

    Hello Robert,

    I completed the Kate Marshall Books first and then went on to read the Erika Foster series. Both series held my attention from the first book to the latest (Shadow Sands). The character of Kate appeared settled, contented and there is a future for her. Perhaps it’s her son in the book that adds to her ability to be sociable-someone you would want to meet. Erika is awesome and I wonder how you will find a match for her. Deadly Secrets, great case with none stop action, personal feelings of Moss, Peterson and Erika and the case concludes quickly with surprising twists and turns. However, the story ends leaving the reader (me) “up in the air” , there is no personal win for Erika, where does she go from here? Her character will eventually burn out!

    I read your blogs and updates with your writings… very aggressive. Yes, you need some “time-out”.
    I can wait until the next book on both series, you most definitely are worth the wait.

    Jennifer Lee

  3. Russell Meek says:

    Am avid reader of fiction and geography books,rate jeffery deaver and chris carter very highly.
    Just about to start buying your first book and follow through to latest when noticed all ladies lead _ no men
    Put me off ,if outlined like lincoln rhyme with amelia sachs i would have been more interested will think about it

  4. Roslyn Sloop-Troutman says:

    I love your books! Just finished Shadow Sands. Cannot wait for your next one.

  5. Mara Pemberton says:

    Looking forward to your new Erika Foster book. When can it be expected?

  6. ian walker says:

    have read all of roberts books, i found them all an excellent read,waiting for the next one

  7. Sylvia Unwin says:

    I discovered your books at the start of the first lock down in 2019 . I was hooked immediately and spent a lot of time searching for copies of all the other Erika Foster series.I have just finished reading the last one. ‘Deadly secrets’ Oh my word it was such a thrilling and gripping tale and I had to wait till the last few pages to find answers to all the mysteries.
    Splendid and I am looking forward to more news of Erika!! Meanwhile I will investigate the first story of Kate Marshall.
    Thank you Robert for taking my mind off Covid for hours and hours and making my ‘solitary confinement’ bearable.


    Wonderful books with amazing storey lines that take you out of yourself and make you forget your troubles. Thank you for all the happiness you bring.Joseph

  9. Pauline Reed says:

    I’ve now read all of Roberts books and love them. Very familiar area for me as I was brought up in Beckenham and worked in London for many years.

  10. Diane Duprix says:

    Thank you Robert,
    For the last 4 months I have been so disciplined, meditation, walk, yoga…Yesterday my neighbour left a book on my doorstep “Last Breath” well I want to thank you for no sleep last night and here it is 1:30 p.m..I am still in bed , drank a pot of tea and just finished your book. Best mystery book ever! You captivated my attention from the first page and I found the characters to be interesting and intelligent. The book also makes you question a few much do you put on social media? I also thought about Bryony, and Daryl , how we dismiss people because of looks, weight, or their job sometimes we take dangerous decisions because we are young and feel invincible.How we should fight, fight with all our might and not give up. This book would make a fascinating movie..
    Off to see my daughter this evening and taking the book with me…
    Diane Duprix

  11. TONY O FLYNN says:

    Hello Robert I have just finished reading Nine Elms and really really enjoyed it —– didn’t want it to end. your characters Kate and Tristan are terrific and the story itself was gripping. Am looking forward to Shadow Sands don’t keep us waiting too long. Have read a number of the Erica Foster series also and each one was a cracking read. So thank you Robert for the many pleasureful hours i’ve had reading your books. Stay safe in these troubled times .your no. 1 irish fan Tony O Flynn

  12. Anne Dixon says:

    When is book 5of the Erica Foster series due to be released

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