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Publication Order of Mitchells & O'Haras Books

The Feud (2010)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Traitor (2010)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Victim (2011)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of The Bonds Books

The Family Man (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of The Butlers Books

The Trap (2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Payback (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Wronged (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Tainted Love (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Backstabber (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Billie Jo (2008)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Born Evil (2009)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Betrayer (2009)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Schemer (2012)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Life of Crime (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Sting (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Queenie (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Early Life

Kimberley Chambers was born in 1967 to Val and Tom Chambers. On her website, the bestselling author states that, “My father and mother are both dead. One of my greatest regrets is that I wasn’t able to do something to make them proud of me while they were alive. Her family oriented from the East-End of London, but the author was raised in Dagenham.

Chambers was an extremely smart and gifted student in primary and secondary school. Her best subject was English. For reasons unknown, Chambers grades began to plummet. When she was eleven, she states that “things began to deteriorate.” After a few years, her academic life became so stark that she decided to leave her secondary school.

After she left school, Chambers worked on Roman-Road-market in east London. Chambers enjoyed her job and felt like she had a future in sales. After a while, she became dissatisfied with changes that were occurring in the market. She left her job and began an new career in DJ-ing. On her website, Chambers states that she also enjoyed DJ-ing because she, “loved both alcohol and music.”

At age 30, Chambers left her career as a DJ and decided to become a mini-cab driver, a move that pleased her mother. In 2009, Chambers found herself sitting in her mini-cab waiting to pick up a fare. As she waited, she began to wonder where her life was going.

It was then that she received a phone-call from her friend Hazel, who asked if she wanted to take a hair dressing course. It was then that Chambers decided to try her hand at writing a novel. A few days later, she began writing her premiere novel Billie Jo. When she told her family about her new aspirations, they believed that it was a fad and that she would grow tired of this new venture as well.

When Kimberley Chambers began writing, she new in her gut that this was not a fly by night fantasy like many of her other jobs. On her website in reference to writing Billie Jo, “I remember that from chapter 4 and onwards, the writing process was really easy.

It was then I knew that I’d finally found my vocation in life. I mad very little notes, other than some character names. After I finished each chapter, the next came easy.” With the encouragement of friends, Chambers bought a copy of the Writers and Artists Year Book and scrolled through the list of agents.

She sent the first few chapters out and within 24 hours received her first phone call. Over the next few weeks, she received 4 more calls. The only thing left to do at that point was to pick a publisher.

Career

Kimberley Chamber’s has been called the next Martina Cole. She has been interviewed by several publications including: The Telegraph, Woman’s Weekly, News-of-the-World and the Ilford Recorder. Chamber’s first novel was Billie Jo was an instant sensation.

It was here that reviewers started comparing her to critically acclaimed writer, Martina Cole; saying she was like her little sister. She has become known for her dark writing style, gritty dialogue, and ability to bring horrible images to life. Born Evil quickly followed Billie Jo, then The Betrayer, The Traitor, The Schemer, The Trap, The Victim and The Feud. She is currently writing the novel, Payback.

Kimberley Chambers Series

The gifted novelist only has nine books, but her impact on London and around the world has been huge. Chambers has a three book series: The Traitor Chambers, Victim and The Feud. The series revolves around a long time feud between two families; the Mitchells and the O’Haras.

Both families are a part of the seedy underbelly of the East End and Stratford. Jessica Smith and Eddie Mitchell become engaged, against the wishes of Jessica’s father. The two are swept away into a world of crime, murder, and deception.

The Feud

This fourth novel from Kimberly Chambers introduces readers to the criminal world of two mob families; the Mitchells and the O’Haras. These two families compete against each other for turf and businesses. Caught between the greed and pride of two dangerous families are two children whose lives will never be the same.

The Traitor Chambers

With her mother dead and father in prison, Frankie Mitchell goes to live with her fiancé Jed O’Hara. When her daughter is born, her fiancé’s mother becomes domineering and overbearing. Meanwhile, Frankie ignores the rumors that her beloved fiancé is cheating on her.

One day, a distraught Frankie walks in a sickening discovery and plots revenge against Jed.

Television and Movie Adaptations

Currently there is no evidence of talks with any production companies or directors for book adaptations.

The Future for Kimberley Chambers and Payback

The future is bright of Kimberley Chambers. Fans all across the world eagerly await the release of her next novel, Payback. Fans can pre-order the novel on kimberleychambers.com. This highly anticipated novel is the sequel to The Trap, and revolves around the Butler brothers, a pair of siblings from the East-End. When the truth about their cousin’s death comes to light, Vinny’s family turns against him.

Then the unthinkable happens, Vinny’s beautiful daughter Molly disappears. The Butler brothers depart on a frantic search for the little girl. They don’t know if their enemies have taken her, or if the kidnapping is revenge for what Vinny has done.

From taxi driver to bestselling novelist, Chambers has captivated the world with a gritty crime aesthetic and shocking tales of prostitution, drugs, and crime. Since she has no family left, Chambers enjoys spending time with her closest friends.

When she is not writing, she prefers to spend her time in the same pubs. She says that she is addicted to, “shopping, vodka, gym classes, Tottenham-Hotspur, and nicotine lozenges.” She also enjoys spending time working out at the YMCA, blowing money in the West-End, hanging out in a pub, and yelling at referees in White Hart Lane.

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17 Responses to “Kimberley Chambers”

  1. Julie: 2 months ago

    Hi I have just read my first Kimberley chambers book Queen butler saga what is the best order to read them in and ways the next book

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  2. C Byrne: 2 months ago

    Just read The Betrayer, brilliant is there a sequel? The baby was it Tommys , think it was

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  3. Gloria Holden: 7 months ago

    Hi.just finished the mictchell/ohara trilogy.absolutely brilliantly written.I felt I was living these wonderful books.I’ve just started the butler collection,and I’m in my element.well done Kimberley chambers and keep the books coming.does anybody no if there will be a fourth book in the Mitchell/Ohara books.

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  4. Kev: 7 months ago

    Thanks to Martina Cole, Jessie Keane and Kerry Barnes, I found Kimberley Chambers. I’ve just finished her third novel THE BETRAYER and while I completely loved BILLIE JO & BORN EVIL, I found THE BETRAYER incredibly brilliant. Totally gripped from page one and the drama never stops from page to page. I’m looking forward to getting stuck into the
    Mitchells & O’Haras trilogy.

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  5. Trisha Cullen: 8 months ago

    I’m on the last book of the Butler series, omg!! Don’t want it to end!!
    Also read Queenie and the Sting.
    Have already bought The Fued, The Traitor and The Victim.
    Such brilliant books. Don’t know if I’ve ever read a series of books so quickly, just can’t put them down!! Brilliant,Brilliant, Brilliant.

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  6. Anne osman: 8 months ago

    Just read ‘Family Man’. Will there be a follow up?

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    • Graeme: 8 months ago

      It’s planned for this to be a series, yep.

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  7. Jeanette: 8 months ago

    Hi
    Just read the schemer is there a follow on book
    I love all your books

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    • Graeme: 8 months ago

      Hi Jeanette – that one is just a standalone with no sequel at this time.

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  8. kathy rudkin: 8 months ago

    Hi, i am reading tainted blood, Queen Butler, I have read the first one but I have also read the 1st sone and there are gaps to the Butlers and Viv. Is there another book in the middle of the saga if so can you let me know as I am getting confused on what has happened. thank you.

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    • Graeme: 8 months ago

      The list above of The Butlers series is correct

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  9. Susan Shone: 9 months ago

    Omg just finished the trilogy mitchells vs o haras. Read queenie also. Addicted now…bring in the next

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  10. Paul Grove: 9 months ago

    I love all your books Kimberley, once I start one I can’t put it down!! So far I’ve read 10 and have 5 more lined up. Keep on writing, you take me to all sorts of different places whilst reading them, a testament to how well written they are!
    The Butler series is fantastic, I feel I know all the characters in them!

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  11. John. Robinson: 1 year ago

    I love your books X

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  12. Louise Ryan: 1 year ago

    Thank you Kimberly your books are just brilliant my sister in law gave me the ohara trilogy I couldn’t put them down. I am now onto the butlers equally as brilliant. I am from Romford so it brings the books alive as I’ve actually been to a lot of the places you write about. I live in Ireland now so these books are like a small piece of home. Thank you so much don’t ever stop writing. It was a god send when I had to isolate in January can’t wait to read a family man.

    Yours thankfully Louise Ryan

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  13. Katrina Marshall: 1 year ago

    Thank you for the best reading of books ❤️ That takes your head into another world while saving your own life of fighting the biggest heartache of depression and not wanting to be here 💔 xx

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    • Karen Belgrave: 2 weeks ago

      I own a copy of every book + read them all can’t wait for follow up to The Family Man, Kimberley Chambers fantastic Author.

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