MacDONALD, John D(ann) (USA)
https://thrillingdetective.com/2018/08/11/john-d-macdonald/

 

 

24 1916 . . Sharon, Pennsylvania
28 1986 . . Milwaukee, Wisconsin

: Peter Reed, Scott O'Hara, John (Wade) Farrell, John Lane, Robert Henry, Henry Reiser;

 

The Grand Master Award by the MWA 1972

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  1. All These Condemned

  2. April Evil

  3. Area of Suspicion

  4. Ballroom of the Skies

  5. Barrier Island

  6. Beach Girls, The

  7. Blurred View (ss)

  8. Bright Orange for the Shroud

  9. Bullet For Cinderella, A

  10. Border Town Girl (na)

  11. Brass Cupcake, The

  12. Cancel All Our Vows

  13. Cape Fear

  14. Clemmie

  15. Contrary pleasure

  16. Crossroads, The

  17. Cry Hard, Cry Fast

  18. Damned, The

  19. Darker Than Amber

  20. Dead Low Tide

  21. Dead to the World (ss)

  22. Deadly Shade of Gold, A

  23. Deadly Victim

  24. Deadly Welcome

  25. Death Trap

  26. Deceivers, The

  27. Deep Blue Good-By, The

  28. Deep Blue Goodbye, The

  29. Dreadful Lemon Sky, The

  30. Dress Her in Indigo

  31. Drowner, The

  32. Empty Copper Sea, The

  33. Empty Trap, The

  34. End of Her Life, The

  35. End of Night

  36. End of the Night, The

  37. Executioners, The

  38. Faithless, The

  39. Five Star Fugitive (na)

  40. Five-Star Fugitive (na)

  41. Flash of Green, A

  42. Free Fall in Crimson

  43. Girl in the Plain Brown Wrapper, The

  44. Girl, The Gold Watch and Everything, The

  45. Green Ripper, The

  46. Hangover (ss)

  47. Heat of Money, The

  48. Hole in None (ss)

  49. House Guests, The

  50. Hurricane

  51. I could go on singing

  52. Judge Me Not

  53. Key to the Suite, A

  54. Last One Left, The

  55. Legend of Joe Lee, The (ss)

  56. Linda (na)

  57. Lonely Silver Rain, The

  58. Long Lavender Look, The

  59. Man of Affairs, A

  60. Man-Trap

  61. Murder For the Bride

  62. Murder in the Wind

  63. My Brothers Widow

  64. Neon Jungle, The

  65. Nightmare in Pink

  66. No Business for an Amateur

  67. No deadly drug

  68. On the Make

  69. On the Run

  70. One Fearful Yellow Eye

  71. One Monday We Killed Them All

  72. Only Girl in the Game, The

  73. Pale Gray for Guilt

  74. Planet of the Dreamers

  75. Please Write for Details

  76. Price of Murder, The

  1. Purple Place for Dying, A

  2. Quick Red Fox, The

  3. Ring Around the Redhead (ss)

  4. Scarlet Ruse, The

  5. Sign of the Cross, The

  6. Slam the Big Door

  7. Soft Touch

  8. Spectator Sport (ss)

  9. Startled Face of Death, The (ss)

  10. Taint of the Tiger

  11. Tan and Sandy Silence, A

  12. There Hangs Death, (ss)

  13. They Let Me Live (na)

  14. Tug of Evil, The

  15. Turquoise Lament, The

  16. Ultimate surprise

  17. Weep For Me

  18. Where Is Janice Gantry?

  19. Where the Body Lies

  20. Wine of the Dreamers

  21. You Kill Me

  22. You Live Once

 

(Series characters):

Travis McGee ( )

  1. The Deep Blue Good-By (The Deep Blue Goodbye)

  2. Nightmare in Pink

  3. A Purple Place for Dying

  4. The Quick Red Fox

  5. A Deadly Shade of Gold

  6. Bright Orange for the Shroud

  7. Darker than Amber

  8. One Fearful Yellow Eye

  9. Pale Gray for Guilt

  10. The Girl In The Plain Brown Wrapper

  11. Dress Her in Indigo

  1. The Long Lavender Look

  2. A Tan and Sandy Silence

  3. The Scarlet Ruse

  4. The Turquoise Lament

  5. The Dreadful Lemon Sky

  6. The Empty Copper Sea

  7. The Green Ripper

  8. Free Fall in Crimson

  9. Cinnamon Skin

  10. The Lonely Silver Rain

 

(Works by release date)

The Sign of the Cross (Breezy Stories, v. 55, # 8, Oct 1945)

Conversation on Deck (The American Courier, Jan 1946)

The Game (The American Courier, Feb 1946)

Cash on the Coffin! (Detective Tales, V. 33, # 2, May 1946, 17 Apr)

Tiger (Doc Savage [NY: Street & Smith Publications], 1946, vol. 28, # 4) (as by Peter Reed) not JDM

A Handful of Death (Doc Savage, V. 27, # 35, Jun 1946, 10 May) (as by Peter Reed)

Blame Those Who Die (Short Stories, 25 Jun 1946)

Bury the Pieces! (Dime Mystery, Jul 1946)

The Flying Elephants (Short Stories, 10 Jul 1946)

Interlude in India (Story Magazine, Jul-Aug 1946)

The Dry Mouth of Danger (Doc Savage, V. 27, # 6, Aug 1946, 28 Jun)

The Dead Dream (The Shadow, Sep 1946, )

Justice in the Sun (Doc Savage, V. 28, # 2, Oct 1946, 23 Aug)

Female of the Species (Dime Detective, Oct 1946)

Get Dressed for Death (Mammoth Mystery, Oct 1946)

Doc Savage, V. 28, # 3, Nov 1946, 27 Sep

The Whispering Knives (The Shadow, Nov 1946)

Coward in the Game (Short Stories, 25 Nov 1946)

Private War (Doc Savage, Dec 1946)
You Got to Have a Good Lip (Esquire, Dec 1946)

Redheads Won't Wait (The Shadow, Dec 1946) (as by Peter Reed)

I Ain't So Dumb (The Shadow, Dec 1946) (as by Robert Henry)

A Bat in the Hall (The Shadow, Dec 1946)

Muddy Gun (Best Stories, Jan 1947)

The Hands of an Artist (The Shadow, Jan 1947)

The Fixed Smile of Death (The Shadow, Jan 1947) (as by Robert Henry)

The Bright Flash of Vengeance (The Shadow, Jan 1947) (as by Peter Reed)

Eight Dozen Agents (Doc Savage, Jan 1947)

Hole in None, (ss) Liberty (NY), v. 24, #1, 4 Jan 1947, p20-21, ill. by Glenn Thomas;

Dead to the World (No Business for an Amateur), (ss)

Dime Detective, Vol. 53, No. 3, Feb 1947, 22 Jan, p;

  • 1991 - . " " .: ( ), .343-366, . . ( ) ( .)

Bonded in Death (February 1947, Doc Savage; as Harry Rieser)

The Deadly Game of Darts (February 1947, Doc Savage)

The Anonymous Letter (February-March 1947, The Shadow)

Backlash (February-March 1947, The Shadow; as Peter Reed)

Nor Iron Bars (March-April 1947, Doc Savage)

Youve Got to Be Cold (April-May 1947, The Shadow; aka The Night Is Over)

The Notched Ears (May 1947, Best Stories)

The Pay-Off (May 1947, Cosmopolitan)

Suicidal Journey (June 1947, Dime Detective)

Crooked Circle (1947, Fight Stories)

The Pendans Box (July 1947, Bluebook)

Doc Savage, Vol. 29, # 3, Jul-Aug 1947, 6 Jun;

North on the Parkway (August 1947, Esquire)

Looie Follows Me (August 1947, Colliers)

Never Marry Murder (August-September 1947, The Shadow)

Manhattan Horse Opera (September 1947, Black Mask; aka Heads I Win, Tails You Lose)

Design for dying. Dime detective. Sept, 1947) l Aug 47;

The Chinese Pit (na) Doc Savage, Vol. 29, # 4, Sep-Oct 1947 ( 1 Aug), p66-115
North on the parkway. Esguire, Aug. 1947) 2Jul47
Oh give me a hearse. Dime detective, Oct 1947) 3Sep47;
My mission is murder. Dime detective, Nov, 1947; 3Oct47
When you get a pigeon. The Shadow mystery, Dec 1947-Jan1948 14 Nov47
What about Alice? The Sign, Dec. 1917) C 22Nov47
Second visitor. Doc Savaqe, Nov. - Dec. 1947) 3oct47:
as Peter Reed
Never marry murder. Shadow mystery, Auq. - Sept. 1947) 11Jul47
Begin again. Liberty, Nov. 1947) 3Oct47
Never in this world. Add. ti: Worse than murder. (Doc Savaqe, Nov. - Dec. 1947)  3Oct47
as Henry Rieser
Or the World will die. Doc Savaqe, Nov. - Dec. 1947) 3Oct47
Death in small letters. Add. ti: The Chinese pit. (In Doc Savaqe, Sept. - Oct. 1947) 1Aug47
Manhattan horse opera. Add. ti: Head I win, tails you lose. (In Black mask, Sept. 1947) 18Jul47

Come die with me! New detective, Jan. 1948) 19Nov47

Street and Smith's Detective story magazine, Vol. CLXXV No. 3, Jan. 1948, 2 Dec 1947;

High walls of hate. Dime detective, Feb. 1948) 2 Jan 48

A Corpse in his dreams. Mystery book magazine, spring 1948) 9Jan48

Astounding science fiction, vol. XL, #6, Feb 1948, 20 Jan 1948;

One vote for murder. New detective. Mar. 1948) 21Jan48

The Pastel production line. Blue book magazine, Feb. 1948) 28Jan48

Pickup, Hearst's International cosmopolitan, Feb. 1948) 30Jan48

Her black wings. Shock, Mar. 1948) 4Feb48

With soul so dead. Dime detective. Mar. 1948) 4 Feb 1948

High dive to oblivion. Dime detective, Apr. 1948) 5Mar48

The Corpse rides at dawn. Ten-story western, Apr. 1948) 12Mar48

Death sleeps here! New detective. May 1948) C 19Mar48

Blood of the vixen. By John D- MacDonald, (In Shock, May 1948)  2Apr48

Satan's angel. Shock, May 1948) 2Apr48 as Scott OHara

The Tin suitcase. Add. ti: She cannot die. (In Doc Savage, May - June 1948) 2Apr48 as by Peter Reed

The Mechanical answer. Astounding Science Fiction. Hay 1948) 20Apr48

The Cold trail of death. Add, ti: Death leaves a cold trail. (In Doc Savage, May-June 1948) 2Apr48;
Homicidal hiccup. Detective tales, June 1948) 28Apr48;
Call your murder signals. Dime detective, June 1948) 5May48;
Sepulchre of the living. Shock, July 1948) 2Jun48;
Venomous lady. Shock, July 1948) 2Jun48;
Cavaliers make good corpses. Dime detective, Aug. 1948) 2jun48:
Loser take all. Sports novels, Aug, 1948) 9Jul48;
Shenandun, Startling stories, Sept. 1948) C 8Jul48;
Tune in on station homicide, New detective, Sept. 1948) 21Jul48: aka A Time For Dying; as Peter Reed)
Just a kill in the dark. New detective, Sept. 1948)  21Jul48;
Trial by fury. New detective. Sept, 1948) 21Jul48; as Scott OHara
The Case of the carved model. Black mask. Sept, 1948) 21Jul48;
Scene of the crime. Detective tales. Sept, 1948) 28Jul48;
Red-headed bait. Detective tales, Sept. 1948) 28Jul48;
Thunder king. Sports novels. Sept, 1948) 11Aug48; as Scott OHara
Runaway cleats. Sports novels, Sept. 1948) 11Aug48;
That mess last year. Thrilling wonder stories, Oct. 1948) 30Jul48;
Death is the answer. Thrilling detective, Oct, 1948) 3Aug48;
Deep death. Doc Savage, Sept, - Oct, 1948) 6Aug48;

School for the Stars (October 1948, Astounding Science Fiction)

Blonde Bait for the Murder Master (November 1948, Crack Detective Stories)

The Gentle Killer (November 1948, All Sports)

Glory Blaster (November 1948, Sports Novels)

Ring Around the Redhead, (ss) Startling Stories, v. 18, #2, Nov 1948 ( 7 Sep), p98-109;

Collections: Other Times, Other Worlds;

  • (2013) - . ": !" .: ... ( ), .392-418, . ( )

  • (2001-13) - . ": !" .: " " ( ), 394-420, . ( )

No Grave Has My Love (December 1948, Dime Detective)

Buzz-Saw Belter (December 1948, New Sports)

A Child Is Crying (December 1948, Thrilling Wonder Stories)

When You Got a Pigeon (December 1948-January 1949, The Shadow)

Murder in Mind (Winter 1949, Mystery Book)

Hot-Seat on the Aisle (January 1949, Detective Tales)

Damsels of the Deep (January 1949, Dime Detective)

Take the Bum Out! (January 1949, Fifteen Sports Stories)

Threes a Shroud (January 1949, New Detective; aka Verdict)

Flaw (January 1949, Startling Stories)

The Great Stone Death (January 1949, Weird Tales)

Blackmail Breeds Bullets (February 1949, All-Story Detective)

Killers Nest (February 1949, Detective Tales; aka Neighbourly Interest)

A Coffin a Day (Coffin for a Day), (nv) F.B.I. Detective Stories, Feb 1949

Fight, Scrub, Fight! (February 1949, New Sports)

A Corpse in His Dreams (February 1949, Mystery Book Magazine)

Killing All Men (March 1949, Black Mask; aka Deadly Damsel)

A Corpse in His Dreams (Spring 1949, Mystery Book Magazine)

Kiss the Corpse Goodbye (March 1949, Black Mask; as Scott OHara)

Ill Drown You in My Dreams (March 1949, Dime Detective)

Danger Death Ahead! (March 1949, New Detective)

Last Chance Cleats (March 1949, Sports Novels)

A Corpse in His Dreams) (Spring 1949, Mystery Book)

The Widow Wouldnt Weep (April 1949, All-Story Detective)

His Own Funeral (April 1949, Detective Tales; as John Lane)

The Corpse Belongs to Daddy (April 1949, Dime Detective)

Loot for the Unlucky Lady (April 1949, FBI Detective)

Death Quotient (April 1949, Super Science Stories)

All Our Yesterdays (April 1949, Super Science Stories; as John Wade Farrell)

Delusion Drive (April 1949, Super Science Stories) (as Peter Reed)

Youll Never Escape (May 1949, Dime Detective; aka State Police Report That)

Murder in One Syllable (May 1949, Black Mask)

Youll Never Escape (May 1949, Dime Detective)

Get Out of Town (May 1949, New Detective)

Immortality (May 1949, Startling Stories)

Somebody Has to Do the Job (May 14, 1949, Toronto Star Weekly)

But Not to Dream (May 1949, Weird Tales)

You Remember Jeanie (May 1949, Crack Detective Stories)

Three Strikes Youre Dead! (June 1949, All-Story Detective)

Too Many Sinners (June 1949, Dime Detective)

Make Mine Murder! (June 1949, FBI Detective)

Like a Keepsake (June 1949, Thrilling Wonder Stories)

A Corpse-Maker Goes Courting (July 1949, Dime Detective; aka Unmarried Widow)

Heritage of Hate (July 1949, Black Mask; aka Secret Stain and Triple Cross)

Death is a Lap Ahead, (nv) Adventure, v. 121, # 03, Jul 1949

Tank-Town Matador (July 1949, Argosy)

Swing-Time Sucker (July 1949, Detective Tales)

The Glory Punch (July 1949, Fifteen Sports Stories)

Bye, Bye, Backfield (July 1949, Fifteen Sports Stories; as John Wade Farrell)

The Thunder Road (July 1949, Fifteen Sports Stories; as Peter Reed)

Blue Water Fury (July 1949, Fifteen Sports Stories; as Scott OHara; aka The Big Blue)

The Cold, Cold Ground (July 1949, New Detective)

The Hunted (July 1949, Super Science Stories)

Bedside Murder (Summer 1949, Mystery Book)

Trojan Horse Laugh (August 1949, Astounding Science Fiction)

Looie Follows Me (August 27, 1949, Colliers)

What Makes Sammy Laugh? (August 1949, Detective Tales)

Amphiskios (August 1949, Thrilling Wonder Stories)

Poor Little Rich Corpse (September 1949, Detective Tales)

Murder Run-Around (September 1949, Dime Detective)

Mad About Murder (September 1949, Dime Detective; as Scott OHara)

Six Points to Remember (September 1949, Fifteen Sports Stories)

Dead As in Darling (September 1949, New Detective, September 1949)

A Condition of Beauty (September 1949, Startling Stories)

Minion of Chaos (September 1949, Super Science Stories)

The Miniature (September 1949, Super Science Stories; as Peter Reed)

Blue Stars for a Dead Lady (October 1949, Detective Tales)

Target for Tonight (October 1949, Dime Detective)

Last Rendezvous (October 1949, Dime Mystery)

Warrant for an Old Flame (October 1949, FBI Detective)

A Young Man of Promise (November 1949, Argosy)

The Durable Corpse (November 1949, Dime Detective)

Run the Man Down (November 1949, Fifteen Sports Stories)

Hang the Man High! (November 1949, Fifteen Western Tales)

Half Past Mayhem (November 1949, New Detective)

Appointment for Tomorrow (November 1949, Super Science Stories)

The Sleepers (November 1949, Super Science Stories; as John Wade Farrell)

Love, Inc. (November 1949, Todays Woman)

Case of the Burning Blonde (December 1949, Detective Tales)

Take a Powder, Galahad! (December 1949, Dime Detective, December 1949)

Nine Coffins for Rocking H (December 1949, Dime Western, December 1949)

Murder in Mind (Winter 1949, Mystery Book Magazine)

Moonlit Sport (January 1950, The American Magazine)

Swing and Slay (January 1950, Dime Detective)

Stand Up and Slug! (January 1950, Fifteen Sports Stories)

Stop, Look and Die! (January 1950, New Detective)

The First One (January 1950, Startling Stories)

Spin, Devil! (January 1950, Super Science Stories; as John Wade Farrell)

Spectator Sport, (ss) Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb 1950;
Collections: Other Times, Other Worlds;

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  • 1992 - . " " .: , .295-300, . , . ( )

The Filly from Philly (February 25,1950, Toronto Star Weekly)

Man-Stalk (March 1950, Argosy)

The Judas Chick (March 1950, Detective Tales)

A Corpse on Me! (nv) Dime Detective, Mar 1950 ( 3 Feb), p78-90, 92-96

Fall Guy (March 1950, New Detective)

A Trap for the Careless (March 1950, Detective Tales)

The Ultimate One (March 1950, Super Science Stories)

The Sitting Duck (April 1950, Detective Tales)

Blood on the Midway, (nv) Dime Detective Magazine April 1950, as by Scott OHara

Pigskin Patsy (April 1950, Fifteen-Story Detective)

The Plunder Five (April 1950, New Sports)

Journey for Seven (April 1950, Thrilling Wonder Stories)

Portrait of a Murderess (Spring 1950, Detective Book Magazine)

Breathe No More, My Lovely (May 1950, Detective Tales; aka Breathe No More)

Night Watch (May 1950, Detective Tales; aka Check Out At Dawn; as Scott OHara)

This One Will Kill You (May 1950, New Detective; aka Death Writes the Answer)

The Long, Red Night (May 1950, Detective Tales; as John Lane)

Yes, Sir, Thats My Slay-Babe! (May 1950, Dime Detective)

Vanguard of the Lost (May 1950, Fantastic Adventures)

Money Green (May 1950, Fifteen Sports Stories)

This One Will Kill You (May 1950, New Detective)

Wine of the Dreamers, (n.) Startling Stories, v. 21, # 2, May 1950 ( 3 Mar), p11-79;

First Edition: NY: Greenberg Publishers, 14 Sep 1951, 219pp, hc with dust jacket by ;

Planet of the Dreamers

Reprinted at: Pocket Books # 943, 1953, 164pp, pb cover by Rod Dunham;
Collections: Time and Tomorrow;

  • 1993 - . " " : i i (Vega), .336-509, . ( )

By the Stars Forgot (May 1950, Super Science Stories)

Gift of Darkness (May 1950, Super Science Stories; as Peter Reed)

College-Cut Kill, (nv) Dime Detective Magazine June 1950

Sir Lancelots Crime Wave (June 1950, Dime Detective; as Scott OHara)

Dead on the Pin, (ss) Mystery Book Magazine, v. 10, Sum 1950 ( 23 May), p113-116;

Jukebox Jungle (July 1950, Black Mask)

Run, Sister, Run! (July 1950, Detective Tales)

Five-Star Fugitive (Border Town Girl), (na)

Dime Detective, Jul 1950 ( 2 Jun), p92-129, as by Scott O'Hara;

Collections: Border Town Girl;

  • 2004 - .. " " .: ( . 199), .179-252, . ( - )

Dead Men Dont Scare (nv) Dime Detective, Jul 1950 ( 2 Jun), p12-28;

Five-Star Fugitive (July 1950, Dime Detective; as Scott OHara; aka Border Town Girl)

Half-Past Eternity (July 1950, Super Science Stories)

Escape to Fear (July 1950, Super Science Stories; as Peter Reed)

Make One False Move (August 1950, Argosy)

His Fatal Fling (August 1950, Dime Detective)

The Lady Is a Corpse! (September 1950, Detective Tales; aka From Some Hidden Grave)

Exit Smiling (September 1950, Dime Detective)

The Homesick Buick (September 1950, Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine)

Too Early to Tell (October 1950, Adventure)

Miranda (October 1950, Fifteen Mystery Stories)

Shadow on the Sand (October 1950, Thrilling Wonder Stories)

The Brass Cupcake, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # 124, 6 Oct 1950, 205pp, pb cover by Baryé Phillips;

The Paw of the Cat (November 1950, Detective Tales)

Tri-Kill Cutie (November 1950, Dime Detective)

For Murder or Worse (November 1950, New Detective)

Final Mission (November 1950, Planet Stories)

The Big Contest (December 1950, Worlds Beyond)

Jukebox Jungle (December 1950, Black Mask)

I Love You (Occasionally) (December 31,1950, This Week)

Hand From the Void (January 1951, Super Science Stories)

Death for the Asking (January 1951, Detective Fiction)

Susceptibility (January 1951, Galaxy Science Fiction)

Hand from the Void (January 1951, Super Science Stories)

Destiny Deferred (January 1951, Super Science Stories; as John Wade Farrell)

Over My Dead Body! (February 1951, Detective Tales)

The Curse of the `Star' (February 1951, Short Stories)

Get Thee Behind Me (March 1951, Detective Fiction)

Case of Nerves (March 1951, Detective Tales)

The Deadliest Game (April 1951, Detective Tales)

Death Is My Comrade (April 1951, New Detective)

Salute to Courage (April 1951, Fifteen Sports Stories)

Violence Inherited (May 1951, Detective Fiction)

Murder For the Bride, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # 164, 6 Jun 1951, 164pp, pb cover by Baryé Phillips;

Nothing Must Change (June 1951, Redbook)

Escape to Chaos (June 1951, Super Science Stories)

Cosmic Knot (June 1951, Super Science Stories; as Peter Reed)

Path of Glory (July 1951, Adventure)

Lay Me Down and Die (July 1951, Detective Fiction)

Common Denominator (July 1951, Galaxy Science Fiction)

Crime of Omission (August 1951, Detective Tales)

Death Runs in the Family (August 1951, Dime Detective)

Dateline Death (August 1951, New Detective)

Who Stopped That Clock? (August 12,1951, This Week)

The White Fruit of Banaldar (September 1951, Startling Stories)

 

Judge Me Not, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # 186, Oct 1951, 158(2)pp, pb cover by Baryé Phillips;

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( . 193), .3-206, . . ( )

Big League Busher (October 1951, Sport Magazine)

Case of the Gorgeous Gams (October 1951, Detective Tales)

The Cloob from Glasgow (October 1951, Fifteen Sports Stories)

Weep For Me, (n.)

Greenwich, Connect.: Fawcett Gold Medal # 200, Dec 1951, 179pp, pb cover by Owen Kampen;

The Cardboard Star (December 1951, The American Legion Magazine)

The Girl Who Wanted Money (December 1951, Dime Detective)

The Man Who Died (December 1951, Toronto Star Weekly)

Betrayed (March 1952, The American Magazine; also July 1964, MSMM)

 

My Brothers Widow, (n.)

Collier's, V. 129, ## 11 (15 Mar), p18-19, 90-97; # 12 (22 Mar), p20-21, 82-90; # 13 (29 Mar), p58, 64-70;

# 14 (5 Apr), p30, 63-67; # 15 (12 Apr), p30, 38, 40, 42-43, 46-48; 1952, ill. Ward Brackett;

Area of Suspicion
First Edition: NY: Dell First Edition # 12, 11 Feb 1954, 254pp, pb
cover by Stanley Borack;

  • 2002 - .. " " .: ( .174), .5-246, . . ( )

All That Blood Money Can Buy (April 1952, Detective Tales; aka Murder For Money)

The Damned, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # 240, May 1952, 174pp, pb cover by Barye Phillips;

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( .193), .207-356, . . ()

Noose For aTigress (August 1952, Dime Detective)

Hit And Run (August 1952, Good Housekeeping)

The Man From Limbo (1952, Dime Detective)

Ballroom of the Skies, (n.)

NY: Greenberg Publishers, 16 Dec 1952, 206pp, hc with dust jacket;
Collections: Time and Tomorrow;

  • 1993 - .. " " .: , "", .201-351, . ( )

The Innocent Victims (1953, Bluebook; also 1999, Pure Pulp)  

Dead Low Tide, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # 298, 6 May 1953, 156pp, pb cover by Barye Phillips;

Cancel All Our Vows, (n.)

NY: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 20 May 1953, 277pp, hc with dust jacket; (mainstream)

The Neon Jungle, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # 323, 5 Aug 1953, 174pp, pb cover;

  • 2004 - .. " " .: ( . 204), .3-238, . ( )

The Trouble With Erica (September 1953, Cosmopolitan)

All These Condemned, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal 420, 3 Aug 1954, 173pp, pb cover by ;

  • 2004 - .. " " .: ( . 199), .5-178, . ( )

Contrary pleasure, (n.) (mainstream)

NY: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 23 Sep 1954, 291pp, hc with dust jacket;

I Always Get the Cuties (November 1954, Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine)

The Killer (Manhunt) vol. 3, No. 1, Jan 1955, p1-13

There Hangs Death! (June 4, 1955, This Week)

Cry Hard, Cry Fast, (n.)

NY: Popular Library # 675, 5 Jul 1955, 159pp, pb cover by Ray Johnson;

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( .193), .357-488, . . ( )

A Bullet For Cinderella, (n.)

NY: Dell First Edition 62, 26 Jul 1955, 191pp, pb cover by George Gross;

On the Make

Reprinted at: NY: Dell First Edition # B134, 1960, pp, pb cover by Mitchell Hooks;

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  • 1994 - .. "" .: , "" (-), .395-502, . . ( ) (.)

  • 1996 - . " " .: (), .199-334 ( ...) (ISBN 5-85220-488-9)

  • 1997 - .. " " : "-" (FATUM. ), .181-270, . ( )

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There Hangs Death, (ss) This Week, 20 Feb 1955;

  • 2006 - . " " .: ( ), .206-215, . , . ( )

Deadly Victim,

 (n.) Cosmopolitan, Vol. 138, No. 4, Apr 1955, p98-121, ill. by Paul Nonnast;
You Live Once

First Edition: NY: Popular Library 737, 27 Mar 1956, 128pp, pb cover;

You Kill Me

Reprinted at: NY: Popular Library - Eagle Books (Popular Giant # G 507), 1961, pp, pb;

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( .192), .5-138, . ( )

April Evil, (n.)

Cosmopolitan, Vol. 140, No. 1, Jan 1956, p98-123, ill. by Al Buell;
First Edition: NY: Dell First Edition # 85, 31 Jan 1956, 190pp, pb;

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  • 2004 - .. " " .: ( . 204), .239-424, . ( )

Linda, (na) Border Town Girl, NY: Popular Library #750, 5 Jun 1956, p85-156;

Reprinted in: Climax, Mar 1959, p

Hurricane, (n.) (mainstream)

Redbook, Vol. 107, #4, Aug 1956 (26 Jul 1956), p105-136, ill. by Herb McClure;

Reprinted at: London: Robert Hale Limited, 30 Oct 1957, 190pp, hc with dust jacket;

Murder in the Wind

First Edition: NY: Dell First Edition # A113, 13 Aug 1956, 223pp, pb cover by George Gross;

Hangover, (ss) Cosmopolitan, Vol. 141, No. 1, Jul 1956, p50-55;

  • 2003 - . " . 5" ( ), ., . . ()

  • 2004 - . "" 12, .120-128, . ()

The End of Her Life, (n.) Cosmopolitan, Vol. 142, No. 1, Jan 1957, p114-133, ill. by Andy Virgil;

Death Trap

First Edition: NY: Dell First Edition # A130, 27 Feb 1957, pp, pb cover by Victor Kalin;

The Heat of Money, (n.)

Cosmopolitan, Vol. 142, No. 4, Apr 1957, p120-138, Ill. by Al Buell;

The Price of Murder

First Edition: NY: Dell Publishing (Dell First Edition # A152), 8 Oct 1957, 192pp, pb cover by Victor Kalin;

  • 1993 - .. " " .: ( .), .157-298 ( )

Cape Fear, (n.)

Ladies Home Journal, Oct 1957 ( 17 Sep) - Nov 1957 ( 22 Oct);

The Executioners
First Edition: NY: Simon and Schuster, 22 May 1958, 224pp, hc with dust jacket;

  • 1992 - : "..." (), .5-250(2) ., . , . ( . ) (ISBN 5-7707-3171-0) (. . . ) (- 7090/32) ( .) (. 10 000)

  • 1993 - . ". . " : (. - .), .167-305 ( )

  • 1993 - . "" .: (. ), .171-314 ( )

  • 1994 - .. " " .: "", : "-" (), .119-232, . ( )

  • 2003 - .: (Blockbuster. ), 240 ., . ( )

The Empty Trap, (n.)

NY: Popular Library, Inc. # 830, 5 Dec 1957, 139pp, pb;

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( . 192), .139-262, . ( )

A Man of Affairs, (n.)

NY: Dell First Edition # B112, 1957 (2 Jan 1958), 223pp, pb cover by Victor Kalin;

;

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( . 201), .3-152, . . ( )

Taint of the Tiger, (n.)

Cosmopolitan, Vol. 144, No. 3, Mar 1958, p112-133, ill. Bob Patterson;

Soft Touch
First Edition: NY: Dell First Edition # B121, 28 Aug 1958, 160 pp, pb;

Man-Trap

Reprinted at: London: Pan Books (Great Pan # G 533), 1961, 156(4)pp, pb cover by Sam Peff (Samuel Peffer);

  • 1991 - : Esplanāde, 141(3) ., . () ( ., - 6084/16) (. 75 000)

  • 1992 - .. "˸ " .: ( ), .3-170, . ( )

  • 1993 - . "" ( ), .117-266, . . ()

  • 1994 - .. " " .: "", : "-" (), .3-118, . ( )

  • 1994 - .. " " .: (- . ""), .229-367, . ( ) (ISBN 5-86740-029-8)

The Faithless, (n.)

Redbook, Vol. 111, No. 1, May 1958, p121-152, ill. by Herbert Saslow;

The Deceivers

NY: Dell First Edition # B117, 29 May 1958, 255pp, pb;

Clemmie, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # s777, 26 Jun 1958, 240pp, pb cover by Baryé Phillips;

  • 2002 - .. " " .: ( .174), .247-493, . . ()

Ultimate surprise, (n.)

Cosmopolitan, Vol. 146, No. 1, Jan 1959, p104-124, ill by Al Buell;

Deadly Welcome

NY: Dell First Edition # B127, 24 Mar 1959, 192pp, pb cover by Robert McGinnis;

  • 1994 - . " - !" : "", : "" ( ), ., ( !) (ISBN 5-85458-010-1) (. . )

  • 1998 - .: - ( : ), 270 ., . ( ) (ISBN 5-8117-0011-3) (. . ) ( .)

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( .201), .293-425, . . ( )

Please Write for Details, (n.) (mainstream)

NY: Simon and Schuster, 18 Mar 1959, 308(2) pp, hc with dust jacket by...

The Crossroads, (n.) (mainstream)

Cosmopolitan, Vol. 146, No. 6, Jun 1959, p102-124, ill. by Al Buell;
First Edition: NY: Simon and Schuster, 10 Jul 1959, 219pp, hc with dust jacket;

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( .192), .263-430, . ()

The Beach Girls, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # s907, 31 Aug 1959, 157pp, pb cover by Charles Binger;

  • 2003 - .. " " .: ( . 201), .153-292, . . ( )

The Tug of Evil, (n.)

Cosmopolitan, Vol. 148, No. 1, Jan 1960, p98-101, 104-128, ill. by Bernie Fuchs;

Slam the Big Door
First Edition: Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # s961, 26 Jan 1960, pp, pb cover by Charles Binger;

  • 2001 - .. " " .: ( .168), .3-152, . ( )

End of Night, (n.) Cosmopolitan, Vol. 148, No. 5, May 1960, p104-130, ill. Mitchell Hooks;

The End of the Night
First Edition: NY: Simon and Schuster, 15 Aug 1960, pp, hc with dust jacket by Tony Palladino;

  • 1992 - . "" 2(188), .2-87, 3(189), .2-64, ( )

  • 1992 - . " II" : " ( . ), .333-495, . ( )

  • 1994 - .. " " .: "", : " - " (), .233-370, . ( )

  • 1994 - .. "" .: , "" (-), .5-182, . . ( ) (.)

  • 1997 - .. " " : "-" (FATUM. ), .271-421, . . ( )

The Only Girl in the Game, (n.)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # s1015, 1 Aug 1960, 224pp, pb cover;

  • 1992 - .. "˸ " .: ( ), .171-445, . . (˸ ) (.)

  • 1993 - . " " .: - ( ), .203-478, . . ( )

  • 1996 - .. "˸ " .: "" (), .3-250, . . (˸ )

Where Is Janice Gantry? (n.) Cosmopolitan, Vol. 149, No. 6, Dec 1960, p98-126, 128, ill. by Al Buell;
First Edition: Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # s1076, 30 Jan 1961, 192pp, pb cover;

  • 2001 - .. " " .: ( .168), .311-488, . ( ?)

One Monday We Killed Them All, (n.) Cosmopolitan, Nov 1961;
First Edition: NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # s1177, 1961 (
2 Jan 1962);

A Flash of Green, (n.) NY: Simon and Schuster, 1962

Where the Body Lies, (n.)

Cosmopolitan, Aug 1962;

On the Run

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # kl 292, 1 May 1963, 141pp, pb cover by Robert McGinnis;

  • 2001 - .. " " .: ( . 165), .5-130, . ( )

A Key to the Suite, (n.)

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # s1198, 27 Mar 1962, 144pp, pb cover;

Reprinted at: London: Robert Hale Ltd., 1968, 172pp, hc with dust jacket by Barbara Walton;

 

  • 2004 - .. " " .: ( . 199), .321-462, . ( )

The Girl, The Gold Watch & Everything, (n.)

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal s1259, 17 Dec 1962, 207pp, pb cover;
Collections: Time and Tomorrow;

  • 1991 - . "" 3, .2-93, . (, )

  • 1992 - . ", ... . " .: , .5-146, . (, ) ( .)

  • 1992 - . " II" : "", "" (. -. -, . 7), .136-239, . (, )

  • 1993 - : " ", "", 215(9) ., . . (, ) (. . . ) (ISBN 5-85754-059-3)

  • 1993 - .. " " .: : "", .3-200, . (, )

  • 1993 - . " , . 4" : ( ), ., . (, ) (.)

  • 1993 - . " " : ( , . 5), .189-290, . (, )

  • 1996 - .. "˸ " .: "" (), .253-466, . . (, )

The Drowner, (n.)

Cosmopolitan, Jan 1963;
First Edition:
Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # kl 302, 28 May 1963, 159pp, pb by Stanley Zuckerberg;

  • 1993 - .. " " .: ( .), .299-460 ()

  • 1994 - .. " " .: "", : " - " (), .271-494, . ()

I could go on singing, (n.)

Greenwich, Conn., Fawcett Publications (Gold medal # kl 291), 1 Apr 1963, 159pp, pb;

Blurred View, (ss) This Week, 23 Feb 1964, p8;

  • ()

The Deep Blue Good-by, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # k1405, 28 Apr 1964, 144pp, pb cover by Ron Lesser;

Collections: Three for McGee;

The Deep Blue Goodbye

Collection: McGee;
 

  • 1994 - .. " " . 1, : , .: , : ( ), .5-170, . ( )

  • 1994 - .. " " .: (), .3-140, . ( )

Nightmare in Pink, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # k1406, 28 Apr 1964, 143pp, pb cover by Ron Lesser;

Collections: Three for McGee; McGee;

A Purple Place for Dying, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # k1417, 30 Jun 1964, 158pp, pb cover by Ronnie Lesser;

Collections: Three for McGee; McGee;

  • 1991 - . "׸ " 3(4), .24-48 () ( )

  • 1993 - .. " " .: ( .), .3-156 ( )

  • 1995 - .. " " .: (), .3-144, . ( )

The Quick Red Fox, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # k1464, 29 Sep 1964, 160pp, pb cover by Ronnie Lesser;

Collections: Travis McGee;

  • 1995 - . "" 3, .4-139, . ( )

  • 1995 - .. "" .: - ( ), ., () (ISBN 5-87455-043-7)

  • 1995 - .. " " .: (), .145-300, . ( )

  • 1995 - .. " " .: (Hot gun- ), .4-173, . ( ) (ISBN 5-253-00843-8) (.)

The Legend of Joe Lee, (ss) Cosmopolitan Oct 1964;
Collections: Other Times, Other Worlds;

  • 1998 - " " 3, .35-41, ( )

  • 2004 - . ", " .: - ( . ׸ ), c.50-67, ( )

A Deadly Shade of Gold, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # d1499, 4 Feb (26 Jan) 1965, 287pp, pb cover by Ronnie Lesser;

Collections: Travis McGee;

  • 1993 - . " " : ", "" (. -. -. , .11), .152-342, . ( )

  • 1994 - .. " " .: (- . ""), .3-228, . ( ) (ISBN 5-86740-029-8)

  • 1994 - .. "" .: , "" (-), .183-394, . . (.) ( )

  • 1995 - .. " " .: (), .301-492, . ( )

  • 1995 - .. " " .: (Hot gun- ), .174-377, . ( )

  • 1997 - .. " " : "-" (FATUM. ), .3-180, . ( )

  • 2001 - .. " " .: - ( ), .271-507, . ( )

  • ( )

The House Guests, (n.) Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 12 Feb 1965, 180pp, hc with dust jacket; (mainstream)

Reprinted at: London: Robert Hale Ltd., 1966, 176pp, hc with dust jacket by C. W. Bacon;

Bright Orange for the Shroud, (n.) Cosmopolitan, Apr 1965; (* )
First Edition: Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # d1573, 1 Sep 1965, 190pp, pb cover by Ronnie Lesser;
Collections: Travis McGee;

  • 1994 - .. " " . 2, : , .: , : ( ), .5-237, . ( )

  • 1994 - .. " " .: (), .287-478, . ( )

Darker Than Amber, (n.) Cosmopolitan, Apr 1966; (* )
First Edition: Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # d1674, 1 Jun 1966, 190pp, pb cover by Ronnie Lesser;

  • 1992 - . " 8" : "" (- . "i"), .219-328, . (, )

  • 1994 - . " , . 9" : , . ( ) (ISBN 5-88570-034-6, . 30 000)

One Fearful Yellow Eye, (n.) (* )

Cosmopolitan, Vol. 161, No. 5, Nov 1966, p140-162, ill. by Howard Terpning;
First Edition: Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal d1750, 13 Dec 1966, 224pp, pb cover by Ronnie Lesser;

  • 1994 - .. " " . 1, : , .: , : ( ), .171-349, . ( )

  • 1994 - .. " " .: (), .141-286, . ( )

  • 1995 - .. "" .: - (), ., . . ( )

The Last One Left, (n.)

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 20 Jan 1967, 369pp, hc with dust jacket;
Reprinted at: Argosy, vol. 365, # 1, Jul 1967,  ill. by Robert McGinnis;

London: Robert Hale Ltd., Jan 1968, 382pp, hc with dust jacket by Barbara Walton;

  • 2001 - .. " " .: ( .165), .131-485, . ( )

Pale Gray for Guilt, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: A Fawcett Gold Medal # d l893, 29 Feb 1968, 224pp, pb cover by Ronnie Lesser;

  • 2000 - .. " " .: (), .3-234, . (- )

  • -

No deadly drug, (n.)

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 6 Sep 1968, 656pp, hc with dustjacket;

The Girl in the Plain Brown Wrapper, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal T2023, 31 Dec 1968, 256pp, pb cover by Ron Lesser;

  • 2000 - .. " " .: (), .235-470, . ( )

Dress Her in Indigo, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: A Fawcett Gold Medal # T2127, 30 Sep 1969, pp, pb cover by Robert McGinnis;

  • 1994 - .. " " . 2, : , .: , : ( ), .237-412, . ( )

  • 1995 - .. " " .: (Hot gun- ), .378-541, . ( )

  • 1996 - . " " .: (-), .363-526, . ( )

  • 2010 - . "" 3, .94-109, . ( ) ()

    • 2010 - . "" 4, .90-109, . ( ) ()

The Long Lavender Look, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # M2325, 29 Sep 1970, 255pp, pb cover by Robert McGinnis;

  • 2001 - .. " " .: (), .5-244, . ( )

A Tan and Sandy Silence, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # M2513, 27 Jan 1972, 255pp, pb cover by Robert McGinnis;

  • 1997 - . " . " .: "--" ( , . 18), .5-228, . . , . . ( ) (ISBN 5-8392-0134-0, . 10 000)

  • 2001 - .. " " .: (), .245-253, . ( )

The Scarlet Ruse, (n.) (* )

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # P2744, 28 Jun 1973, 318pp, pb cover by Elaine Duillo;

London: Robert Hale & Company, 1975, 320pp, hc with dust jacket;

The Turquoise Lament, (n.) (* )

Philadelphia & NY: J. B. Lippincott Company, Nov 1973, xi+287(1)pp, hc with dust jacket;

Reprinted at: Cosmopolitan, Vol. 176, No. 3, Mar 1974, p, ill. by Keita Colton;

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # P2810, Jul 1974, 256pp, pb cover by Robert McGinnis

  • 2001 - .. " " .: - ( ), .7-268, . ( )

The Dreadful Lemon Sky, (n.) (* )

Philadelphia and NY: J. B. Lippincott Company, Sep 1974, 228pp, hc with dust jacket;

Cosmopolitan, Sep 1975, p210-244, ill. by Bernard DAndrea

Terminal Cases, (ss) New York, 3 Oct 1977 (* )

The Empty Copper Sea, (n.) (* )

Philadelphia and NY: J. B. Lippincott Company, Sep 1978, 10+239(1)pp, c with dust jacket;

The Green Ripper, (n.) (* )

Philadelphia and NY: J. B. Lippincott Company, Sep 1979, 221pp, hc with dust jacket;

Free Fall in Crimson, (n.) (* )

NY: Harper & Row, 22 Apr 1981, 246pp, hc with dust jacket;

Cinnamon Skin, (n.) (* )

NY: Harper & Row, 1982, 275pp, hc with dust jacket;

The Lonely Silver Rain, (n.) (* )

NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 12 Mar 1985, 231pp, hc with dust jacket;

Barrier Island, (n.)

NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 12 May 1986, 229pp, hc with dust jacket;

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(COLLECTIONS)

Border Town Girl, (co)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal R2097, 5 Jul 1956, 160pp, pb, cover art by Robert McGinnis

NY: Popular Library #750, 26 Jul 1956, 160pp, pb;

London: Robert Hale, 1970, 192pp, hc with dust jacket;

End of the Tiger and Other Stories

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal # d1690, 28 Jun 1966, 192pp, pb cover by ;

London: Robert Hale Ltd., 1967, 206(1)pp, hc with dust jacket by Barbara Walton;

https://www.rulit.me/books/end-of-the-tiger-and-other-stories-read-663735-1.html

Dean Koontz. The Singular John D. MacDonald

  • Hangover

  • The Big Blue

  • The Trouble with Erica

  • Long Shot

  • Looie Follows Me

  • Blurred View

  • The Loveliest Girl in the World

  • Triangle

  • The Bear Trap

  • A Romantic Courtesy

  • The Fast Loose Money

  • The Straw Witch

  • End of the Tiger

  • The Trap of Solid Gold

  • Afternoon of the Hero

Three for McGee, (co)

Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co. Inc., 1967, 458pp, hc with dust jacket;

S*E*V*E*N (co)

Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Gold Medal, # T2412, 27 May 1971, 160pp, pb;

  • The Random Noise of Love

  • Dear Old Friend

  • The Willow Pool

  • Quarrel

  • Woodchuck

  • Double Hannenframmis

  • The Annex

McGEE, (co)

London: Robert Hale & Company, 20 Feb 1975, 576pp, hc with dust jacket;

Other Times, Other Worlds, (co)

NY: Fawcett Gold Medal # , Oct 1978, 287pp, pb cover;

  • 9 Martin H. Greenberg - Introduction (Other Times, Other Worlds)

  • 15 The Mechanical Answer (1948)

  • 35 Dance of a New World (1948)

  • 51 Ring Around the Redhead (1948)

  • 75 A Child Is Crying (1948)

  • 91 Flaw (1949)

  • 101 But Not to Dream (1949)

  • 113 The Miniature (1949) [as by Peter Reed]

  • 127 Spectator Sport (1950)

  • 135 Half-Past Eternity (1950)

  • 193 The Big Contest (1950)

  • 203 Susceptibility (1951)

  • 215 Common Denominator (1951)

  • 227 Game for Blondes (1952)

  • 239 Labor Supply [Dr. Vrees] (1953)

  • 249 The Legend of Joe Lee (1964)

  • 263 The Annex (1968)

  • 279 Afterword (Other Times, Other Worlds) (1978) essay

  • 283 Bibliography (Other Times, Other Worlds) (1978) essay by June Moffatt and Len Moffatt

Time and Tomorrow, (co)

NY: Nelson Doubleday / SFBC, Jul 1980, 504pp, hc with dust jacket by Christoph Blumrich;
 

The Good Old Stuff: 13 Early Stories, (co)

NY: Harper & Row, 1982, 395pp, hc with dust jacket;

edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Francis M. Nevins, Jr., and Walter and Jean Shine

Francis M. Nevins, Jr. - Introduction, ix

Author's Foreword [JDM. Piseco, New York, June 20, 1982], xiii

  • Murder for Money (All That Blood Money Can Buy), 1-34

  • Death Writes the Answer (This One Will Kill You)

  • Miranda

  • They Let Me Live

  • Breathe No More (Breathe No More, My Lovely)

  • From Some Hidden Grave (The Lady Is a Corpse)

  • A Time for Dying (Tune in on Station Homicide)

  • Noose for a Tigress (Trap for a Tigress Black Mask Detective (UK) v09n12 [1952-11])

  • Murder in Mind

  • Check Out at Dawn (Night Watch)

  • She Cannot Die (The Tin Suitcase)

  • Dead on the Pin (Mystery Book, Sum 1950)

  • A Trap for the Careless (The Judas Chick, Detective Tales Mar 1950)

Two, (co)

NY: Carroll and Graf, May 1983, 104pp, pb;

  • Long Shot

  • Jail Bait

More Good Old Stuff,

(co) NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 12 Aug 1984, 274pp, hc with dust jacket;

Author's Foreword, vii

  • Deadly Damsel (aka: Killing All Men! Black Mask (UK) v07n04 [1950-02] Published: 31 Jan 1950

  • State Police Report That... (aka: You'll Never Escape)

  • Death for Sale (aka: My Mission Is Murder)

  • A Corpse in His Dreams

  • I Accuse Myself  (aka: The Scarred Hand)

  • A Place to Live (aka: Oh, Give Me a Hearse!)

  • Neighborly Interest (aka: Killer's Nest)

  • The Night is Over [novella] (aka: You've Got to Be Cold)

  • Secret Stain (aka: Heritage of Hate; also: Triple Cross)

  • Even Up the Odds

  • Verdict (aka: Three's a Shroud)

  • The High Gray Walls of Hate (aka: The High Walls of Hate)

  • Unmarried Widow (aka: A Corpse-Maker Goes Courting)

  • You Remember Jeanie

Five Travis McGee Mysteries, (co)

NY: Longmeadow Press, 1985, 692pp, hc;

  • A Tan and Sandy Silence, p 1-154

  • The Dreadful Lemon Sky, p 155-290

  • The Empty Copper Sea, p 291-430

  • The Green Ripper, p 431-550

  • Free Fall in Crimson, p 551-

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(Alphabetic List)

 

"How to live with a hero", (ar) prz "The Writer", Sep 1964, p.14, 4 Aug 1964;

  • Scared Money (October 1955, Justice)
  • Long Shot (October 1955, Argosy)
  • The Bear Trap (May 1955, Cosmopolitan)
  • Squealer! (May 1956, Manhunt; aka Lets Go Get Them!)
  • Hangover (July 1956, Cosmopolitan)
  • Open Before Christmas (December 1956, Womans Home Companion)
  • Linda (1956, Border Town Girl)
  • Romantic Courtesy (July 1957, Cosmopolitan)
  • Man In a Trap (1958, EQMM)
  • College Man (February 1958, Cosmopolitan)
  • Taint of the Tiger (March 1958, Cosmopolitan)
  • Black Cat in the Snow (1958, Manhunt)
  • The Fast Loose Money (July 1958, Cosmopolitan)
  • The Trap of Solid Gold (April 1960, Ladies Home Journal)
  • Kitten On A Trampoline (April 8, 1961, The Saturday Evening Post)
  • Sing A Song Of Terror (September 9, 1961, The Saturday Evening Post; aka To Stay Alive)
  • Hit And Run (September 16, 1961, The Saturday Evening Post)
    Not a reprint of the story Hit And Run from the August 1952 issue of Good Housekeeping but an almost completely different story.
  • The Obvious Woman (March 30, 1963, The Saturday Evening Post)
  • End of the Tiger (October 20, 1963, This Week)
  • The Straw Witch (January 12, 1964, This Week)
  • Blurred View (February 23, 1964, This Week)
  • The Loveliest Girl in the World (March 15, 1964, This Week)
  • The Legend of Joe Lee (October 1964, Cosmopolitan)
  • Funny Man (May 21, 1966, The Saturday Evening Post; aka Afternoon of the Hero)
  • Quarrel (May 1967, Playboy)
  • The Annex (May 1968, Playboy)
  • Dear Old Friend (April 1970, Playboy)
  • Double Hannenframmis (August 1970, Playboy)
  • The Random Noise of Love (1971, S*E*V*E*N)
  • The Willow Pool (1971, S*E*V*E*N)
  • Woodchuck  (1971, S*E*V*E*N)
  • Wedding Present (1977, Antaeus)
  • Finding Anne Farley (May 1977, The Field Newspaper Syndicate; aka Ring My love with Diamonds; Oliver Duke Rhoades)
    Serialized five-parter ran in numerous newspapers.
  • Terminal Cases (October 3, 1977, New York Magazine; Travis McGee)
    Not really a short story (it only runs 2000 words), but a freewheeling rant between Meyer and McGeeon, among other things, mortality, guns, junk food, over-population and television.
  • Sold, but possibly not published (according to The Trap of Solid Gold)
  • Big League Busher (Sports story sold to Popular Publications in 1951)
  • Crooked Circle (Sports story sold to Fiction House in 1947)
  • The Gentle Killer (Mystery story sold to Columbia Publications in 1947)
  • Identification (Sold to Authors Guild Bulletin in 1952)
  • Spell for a Princess (details unknown)
  • Successful Season (Sports story sold to Popular Publications in 1948)
  • That Old Grey Train (Sports story sold to Columbia Publications in 1947)
  • Death of a Dealer (Sold to This Week Magazine in 1956)