Title (with period of plot, where appropriate) Year first published Publisher
(if not Hutchinson)
Notes
SHORT STORIES AND SERIALISATIONS top
  link to Short Stories organised by story
Nash's – Pall Mall Magazine Jan 1933   The Snake
Nash's – Pall Mall Magazine Apr 1933   Vendetta
Cosmopolitan (USA) Jun 1933   The Snake
Nash's – Pall Mall Magazine Aug 1933   Espionage
Britannia And Eve Nov 1933   The Notorious Madame Ribereau
Farmers Weekly Summer 1934 The Forbidden Territory (first published in book form 3 Jan 1933)
Daily Mail 31 Oct 1934 – 22 Dec 1934 The Devil Rides Out (first published in book form 12 Dec 1934)
Pearson’s Weekly 24 Nov 1934   The Girl With Red Hair (Espionage with a different title)
Grand Magazine Oct 1935   Vendetta
A Century Of Horror Stories 31 Oct 1935 Hutchinson, London The Snake
Nash's – Pall Mall Magazine Nov 1935   A Life For A Life
Daily Mail 8 Jan 1936 – 4 Mar 1936 They Found Atlantis (first published in book form 2 Jan 1936)
My Most Exciting Story Jul 1936 Faber & Faber, London Vendetta
Daily Mail 24 Sept 1936 – 3 Nov 1936 Contraband (first published in book form 9 Oct 1936)
Grand Magazine Feb 1937   The Snake
Daily Mail 6 Oct 1937 – 16 Nov 1937 Blue Murder [AKA Uncharted Seas] (first published in book form 21 Jan 1938)
Christmas Pie Dec 1937 Odhams Press The Snake
My Best Spy Story Jul 1938 Faber & Faber, London Espionage
Christmas Pie Dec 1939 Odhams Press Espionage
Evening Standard ??/??/1940   The Born Actor
Evening Standard 20 Feb 1940   Special Leave
Daily Sketch 9 Mar 1940   The Crippled Lady
Daily Sketch 16 Mar 1940   Death In The Flag
Daily Sketch 23 Mar 1940   Night Patrol
Daily Sketch 27 Apr 1940   Channel Crossing
Daily Sketch 25 May 1940   The Biter Bit
Daily Sketch ??/??/1940   Two Birds With One Stone
My Best Secret Service Story Jul 1940 Faber & Faber, London Death At Three-Thirty
Woman's Own 27 Jul 1940   Love Trap

 

Mediterranean Nights [Oct 1942]    
Section 1 – Mediterranean Nights Espionage/ Bollinger, Very Dry/ Borrowed Money/ The Notorious Madame Ribereau/ The Secret Sign/ Death At Three-Thirty/ The Golden Spaniard/ Athenian Gold/ These Women/ A Deal In Cyprus Wine/ "A Little Knowledge"/ Vendetta
Section 2: The Man With The Girlish Face: The Crippled Lady/ Death In The Flag/ Night Patrol/ Channel Crossing/ The Biter Bit/ Two Birds With One Stone
Section 3: Out Of Series: The Snake With The Diamond Eyes/ The Terrorist/ Thyroid
Mediterranean Nights 1963 Arrow Books* *additional new stories and material
As above plus in 'Out Of Series': The Worm That Turned/ The Last Card/ A Bowler Hat For Michael/ The Suspect/ Murder In The Pentagon/ The Pick-Up, but excluding The Terrorist
Mediterranean Nights 1965 Lymington Edition* *combines all of the above
  1973 'Heron' Edition* *combines all of the above
Gunmen, Gallants And Ghosts [Jun 1943]    
Section 1: The Ghost Hunter: The Case Of The Thing That Whimpered/ The Case Of The Long-Dead Lord/ The Case Of The Red-Headed Women/ The Case Of The Haunted Chateau
Section 2: Other Stories Of The Occult: A Life For A Life/ The Snake
Section 3: Mainly Of Crooks Or War: Orchids On Monday/ Special Leave/ In The Underground/ When The Reds Seized The City Of Gold/ The Born Actor/ The Deserving Poor/ Love Trap/ The Sideboard
Section 4: Other Writings: The Fugitive King/ The Bombing Of London/ The Red Verdun
Gunmen, Gallants And Ghosts [Mar] 1963 Arrow Books* *additional new stories and material
Section 1: The Ghost Hunter (as above)
Section 2: Other Stories Of The Occult (as above) plus: In The Fog
Plus – Articles On The Occult: Voodoo/ Black Magic
Section 3: Mainly Of Crooks Or War: (as above)
Section 4: Other Writings: (as above) excluding: The Bombing Of London
Gunmen, Gallants And Ghosts 1965 Lymington Edition* *combines all of the above

 

The Creasey Mystery Magazine, Vol.1 No.1 Aug 1956 Dalrow Publishing Company Orchids On Monday
The Creasey Mystery Magazine, Vol.1 No.2 Sep 1956 Dalrow Publishing Company The Case Of The Thing That Whimpered
The Creasey Mystery Magazine, Vol.1 No.3 Oct 1956 Dalrow Publishing Company The Case Of The Red-Headed Women
The Spy's Bedside Book (ed. Graham Greene and Hugh Greene) 1957 Rupert Hart-Davies A Bathroom At The Paris Ritz
Best Black Magic Stories (ed. John Keir Cross) 1960 Faber & Faber, London The Snake
Best Secret Service Stories (ed. John Welcombe) 1960 Faber & Faber, London Espionage
The New Strand Dec 1961 John Creasey? Vendetta
Woman’s Own 1 Jun 1963 - 13 Jul 1963 George Newnes Ltd 'The Sultan's Daughter (truncated serialisation).
Best Secret Service Stories 2 (ed. John Welcombe) 1965 Faber & Faber, London The Crippled Lady
Stories Of Detection And Mystery (selected and adapted by E J H Morris and D J Mortimer) 1965 Longman Simplified English Series The Case Of The Thing That Whimpered
Best Crime Stories 2 1966 Faber & Faber, London Vendetta
Medley Macabre (ed. & compiled by Bryan A. Netherwood) 1966 Hammond Hammond, London The Case Of The Long-Dead Lord
Oss Spioner Emellan (The Spy's Bedside Book) 18 Nov 1966 Almqvist & Wiksell/Gebers, Stockholm Ett Badrum På Ritz I Paris (A Bathroom At The Paris Ritz)
The Evil People (ed. by Peter Haining) 1968 Leslie Frewin, London The Snake
Dennis Wheatley's Second Book Of Horror Stories [Aug] 1968 Hutchinson, London A Life For A Life
The Satanists (ed. by Peter Haining) 1969 Neville Spearman Ltd. The Black Magician (extract from 'The Satanist')
Spy! An Anthology Of Espionage Stories (chosen by Alan C. Jenkins) 1969 Blackie & Son, London & Glasgow The Case Of The Haunted Château
The Unspeakable People (ed. by Peter Haining) Nov 1969 Leslie Frewin, London The Coffin (extract from 'The Ka Of Gifford Hillary')
Schwarze Messen–Dichtungen und Dokumente (Black Fairs–Seals and Documents) 1970 Neue Schweizer Bibliothek (Carl Hanser Verlag, München) Der Schwarze Magier (The Black Art) (extract from the German version of 'To The Devil—A Daughter')
The Necromancers (ed. by Peter Haining) 1971 Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., London A Life For A Life
Today 1971 Longman The Crippled Lady
The 7th Fontana Book Of Great Horror Stories (ed. by Mary Danby) 1972 Fontana Books The Snake
Christopher Lee's New Chamber Of Horrors (ed. by Peter Haining) 1974 Souvenir Press Ltd. A Life For A Life
The 1st Mayflower Book of Black Magic Stories (ed. by Michel Parry) 1974 Mayflower Books, London The Snake
The Ghost's Companion (ed. by Peter Haining) 1975 Victor Gollancz Ltd. The Case Of The Red-Headed Women
The Gourmet Crook Book (ed. by Tony Wilmot) 1976 Everest Books Ltd., London Death At Three-Thirty
More Of Christopher Lee's New Chamber Of Horrors (ed. by Peter Haining) 1976 Mayflower Books, London A Life For A Life
Stories of the Macabre (ed. by Denys Val Baker) 1976 Wm. Kimber & Co The Case Of The Red-Headed Women
Stories Of The Night (ed. by Denys Val Baker) 1976 Wm. Kimber & Co The Case Of The Thing That Whimpered
The Supernatural Solution (ed. by Michel Parry) 1976 Panther Books Ltd., Frogmore, St. Albans, Herts The Case Of The Red-Headed Women
Great Black Magic Stories 1977 Taplinger Publishing Co., New York The Snake
My Favourite Story (ed. by Denys Val Baker) 1977 Wm. Kimber & Co Vendetta
Stories of Horror and Suspense (ed. Denys Val Baker) 1977 Wm. Kimber & Co The Golden Spaniard
The 13th Fontana Book Of Great Ghost Stories (selected by R. Chetwynd-Hayes) 1977 Fontana Books The Case Of The Long-Dead Lord
Stories of the Occult (ed. Denys Val Baker) 1978 Wm. Kimber & Co Bollinger – Very Dry
The Ghost's Companion 1978 Puffin Books, Harmondsworth, Middlesex The Case Of The Red-Headed Women
Adventure Stories (ed. by Hayden McAllister) 1979 Sundial Books (for Marks & Spencer) Tracking Down The Smugglers (extract from 'Contraband')
65 Great Tales Of The Supernatural (ed. by Mary Danby) 1979 Sundial Publications : William Heinmann : Martin Secker & Warburg, (for Marks & Spencer) The Case Of The Long-Dead Lord
War Stories (ed. by Hayden McAllister) 1979 Octopus Books, London The Bogus General (extract from 'The Scarlet Impostor')
More Adventure Stories 1981 Octopus Books, London A Fight for Life (extract from 'The Scarlet Impostor')
Beware Of The Trains (ed. & introduced by Tony Wilmot) 1981 Ian Henry Publications, Hornchurch, Essex Espionage
Favourite Spy Stories 1981 Octopus Books, London Strange Conflict (the first 3 chapters of 'Strange Conflict')
65 Great Spine Chillers (ed. by Mary Danby) 1982 Octopus Books : William Heinemann : Martin Secker & Warburg, (for Marks & Spencer) The Snake
65 Great Murder Mysteries (ed. by Mary Danby) 1983 Octopus Books : William Heinemann : Martin Secker & Warburg, (for Marks & Spencer) In The Fog
Ghost Tour : An Armchair Journey Through the Supernatural (ed. by Peter Haining) 1984 William Kimber, London In The Fog
Adventure Stories for Boys & Girls 1984 Marylebone Books A Fight for Life (extract from 'The Scarlet Impostor')
Realms Of Darkness (ed. by Mary Danby) 1985 Octopus Books : William Heinemann : Martin Secker & Warburg, (for Marks & Spencer) The Case Of The Haunted Château
Supernatural Sleuths (ed. by Peter Haining) Apr 1986 Wm. Kimber & Co The Case Of The Red-Headed Women
The Mummy 1988 Severn House (USA) A Life For A Life

 

UNPUBLISHED SHORT STORIES top
The Diamond Tiara   unpublished a Sexton Blake story
The Foundling   unpublished a short story set in America
The Mean Caesar   unpublished two parables
Rich Man's Son   unpublished a romance set in America
Rome   unpublished written in the form of a parable
The Strange Case of the Old Black Cook   unpublished a true story set in South Africa
The White Slavers Of The Aegean   unpublished an adventure set in the Greek Islands
Untitled   unpublished a thriller set on the Piccadilly Line

 

CRIME DOSSIERS WITH J.G. LINKS top
Murder Off Miami (8 Mar 1936 - 10 Mar 1936) [July 1936]   U S. Title: File On Bolitho Blane. (N.B. 1st Editions have no date, later impressions show 'Nth Thousand' on cover)
Who Killed Robert Prentice? (12 Dec 1936 - 31 May 1937) [Jun 1937]   U.S. Title: File On Robert Prentice
The Malinsay Massacre (25 Oct 1899 - 8 Mar 1900) [Apr 1938]    
Herewith The Clues (10 May 1939 - 25 May 1939) [July 1939]    

 

HISTORICAL NON-FICTION top
Old Rowley. A Private Life Of Charles II (29 May 1630 - 6 Feb 1985) [Sep] 1933   Illustrated by Frank C. Papé
A Private Life Of Charles II [Oct 1938]   Cheap edition reprint of Old Rowley
Red Eagle. A Story Of The Russian Revolution, etc. [Oct] 1937   Illustrated. History of the Russian revolution and biography of Klementy Efremovitch Vortoshilov, Marshal and Commissar USSR

 

PROMOTIONAL BOOKS FOR
JUSTERINI & BROOKS, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS
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The Seven Ages Of Justerini's (1749 - 1949) [1949] Riddle Books reprinted 53, 57, 60
We Move With The Times [1954] (unknown) produced as a presentation scroll
1749-1965: The Eight Ages Of Justerini's 1965 Dolphin Publishing  
The Nine Ages Of Justerini's: A Celebration Of 250 Years 1998 Justerini & Brooks Ltd. DW's text revised and updated by Susan Keevil

 

AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL top
Saturdays With Bricks And Other Days Under Shell Fire [Mar] 1961   Practical tips on bricklaying interlaced with personal memories of WW1
The Time Has Come, Vol. l 1977   The Young Man Said 1897-1914
-do- Vol. II 1978   Officer And Temporary Gentleman 1914-1919
-do- Vol. III 1979   Drink And Ink 1919-1977. Published posthumously. Prepared by Anthony Lejeune.
The Deception Planners: My Secret War [Aug] 1980   DWs last book, published posthumously. Compiled by Anthony Lejeune.
see also 'Stranger Than Fiction' under War Papers      

 

REFERENCE top
The Devil And All His Works [Sep] 1971    

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