Not, all people of faith are in agreement of what books make up ‘the Bible’ nor what books are a part of the greater canon of scripture (here are but a few of the different canons):
(1) Samaritan canon: Pentateuch (5 books)
(2) The Jewish Canon: Tanakh (Hebrew Bible 24books)
also of great importance the Mishna, Talmuds, Mishneh Torah, and the Shulchan Aruch
(3) Orthodox: OT (51 books) and NT (27 books usually some have more books)
(4) Roman Catholic Canon: OT (46 books) and NT (27 books)
(5) Protestant Canon: OT (39 books) and NT (27 books)
Some traditional Protestant groups have a canon that includes the deuterocanonicals.
(6) Church of Latter Day Saints Canon: Protestant 66 book canon, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price.
(7) The Assyrian Church of the East as well as the Chaldean Syrian Church have a canon similar to that of the Orthodox but with more books.
Today, most biblical compilations comply with either the standards set forth by the British and Foreign Bible Society in 1825 which corresponds to the so-called Protestant Bible, or with one that includes the deuterocanonical books prescribed for so-called Catholic Bibles and the anagignoskomena for so-called Eastern / Greek Orthodox Bibles. (link)
Also, check out charts or tables found at the following links: