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Dennis Wheatley's UK Bibliography
Arranged in Subject and 1st Published Order

 

LINKS:
1st edition entry; Arrow entry; Lymington entry; Heron listing;
Other (e.g., Hutchinson paperbacks, Century Hutchinson, Sphere, etc.)

Fiction top
The Forbidden Territory. Hutchinson, [Jan 1933]. [No.1 in the de Richleau series] (Adventure)
Such Power is Dangerous. Hutchinson, [Jun 1933]. [Avril Bamborough] (Adventure)
Black August. Hutchinson, [Jan 1934]. [No.1 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Science Fiction/Adventure)
The Fabulous Valley. Hutchinson, [Aug 1934]. [The heirs of John Thomas Long] (Adventure)
The Devil Rides Out. Hutchinson, [Dec 1934]. [No.2 in the de Richleau series] (Occult/Romance)
The Eunuch of Stamboul. Hutchinson, [Jul 1935]. [Swithin Destime] (Espionage)
They Found Atlantis. Hutchinson, [Jan 1936]. [Camilla & Others] ('Lost World' Adventure)
Contraband. Hutchinson, [Oct 1936]. [No.2 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage)
The Secret War. Hutchinson, [Jan 1937]. [Sir Anthony Lovelace, Christopher Pen, Valerie Lorne] (Espionage)
Uncharted Seas. Hutchinson, [Jan 1938]. [Various] ('Lost World' Adventure)
The Golden Spaniard. Hutchinson, [Aug 1938]. [No.3 in the de Richleau series] (Adventure)
The Quest of Julian Day. Hutchinson, [Jan 1939]. [No.1 in the Julian Day series] (Adventure/Romance)
Sixty Days to Live. Hutchinson, [Aug 1939]. [Lavinia Leigh & Others] (Science Fiction)
The Scarlet Impostor. Hutchinson, [Jan 1940]. [No.3 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage)
Three Inquisitive People. Hutchinson, [Feb 1940]. [No.4 in the de Richleau series] (Crime)
¶ 1st publication was in the omnibus 'Those Modern Musketeers'.
Faked Passports. Hutchinson, [Jun 1940]. [No.4 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage)
The Black Baroness. Hutchinson, [Oct 1940]. [No.5 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage/Crime)
Strange Conflict. Hutchinson, [Apr 1941]. [No.5 in the de Richleau series] (Occult)
The Sword of Fate. Hutchinson, [Sep 1941]. [No.2 in the Julian Day series] (Adventure/Romance)
V For Vengeance. Hutchinson, [Mar 1942]. [No.6 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage)
The Man Who Missed The War. Hutchinson, [Nov 1945]. [Philip Vaudell] ('Lost World' Adventure)
Codeword–Golden Fleece. Hutchinson, [May 1946]. [No.6 in the de Richleau series] (Espionage)
Come into My Parlour. Hutchinson, [Nov 1946]. [No.7 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage)
The Launching of Roger Brook. Hutchinson, [Jul 1947]. [No.1 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
The Shadow of Tyburn Tree. Hutchinson, [May 1948]. [No.2 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
The Haunting of Toby Jugg. Hutchinson, [Dec 1948]. [Toby Jugg] (Occult)
The Rising Storm. Hutchinson, [Oct 1949]. [No.3 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
The Second Seal. Hutchinson, [Nov] 1950. [No.7 in the de Richleau series] (Historical/Espionage)
The Man Who Killed the King. Hutchinson, [Nov] 1951. [No.4 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
Star of III-Omen. Hutchinson, [May] 1952. [Kem Lincoln] (Science-Fiction)
To the Devil–A Daughter. Hutchinson, [Jan] 1953. [No.1 in the Molly Fountain mini-series] (Occult)
Curtain of Fear. Hutchinson, [Oct] 1953. [Nicholas Novák] (Espionage)
The Island Where Time Stands Still. Hutchinson, [Sep] 1954. [No.8 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage)
The Dark Secret of Josephine. Hutchinson, [Mar] 1955. [No.5 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
The Ka of Gifford Hillary. Hutchinson, [Jul] 1956. [Gifford Hillary] (Occult/Science Fiction)
The Prisoner in the Mask. Hutchinson, [Sep] 1957. [No.8 in the de Richleau series] (Historical/Espionage)
Traitors' Gate. Hutchinson, [Sep] 1958. [No.9 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage)
The Rape of Venice. Hutchinson, [Dec] 1959. [No.6 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
The Satanist. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1960. [No.2 in the Molly Fountain mini-series] (Occult)
Vendetta in Spain. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1961. [No.9 in the de Richleau series] (Historical/Espionage)
Mayhem in Greece. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1962. [Robbie Green] (Espionage)
The Sultan's Daughter. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1963. [No.7 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
Bill for the Use of a Body. Hutchinson, [Apr] 1964. [No.3 in the Julian Day series] (Crime)
They Used Dark Forces. Hutchinson, [Oct] 1964. [No.10 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Espionage/Occult)
Dangerous Inheritance. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1965. [No.10 in the de Richleau series] (Crime)
The Wanton Princess. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1966. [No.8 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
Unholy Crusade. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1967. ['Lucky' Adam Gordon] (Historical Adventure/Occult)
The White Witch of the South Seas. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1968. [No.11 in the Gregory Sallust series] (Crime/Occult)
Evil in a Mask. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1969. [No.9 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
Gateway to Hell. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1970. [No.11 in the de Richleau series] (Occult)
The Ravishing of Lady Mary Ware. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1971. [No.10 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)
The Strange Story of Linda Lee. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1972. [Linda Lee] (Crime/Adventure)
The Irish Witch. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1973. [No.11 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage/Occult)
Desperate Measures. Hutchinson, [Sep] 1974. [No.12 in the Roger Brook series] (Historical/Espionage)

 

Crime Dossiers with JG Links top
Murder off Miami. Hutchinson, [Jul 1936]
Who Killed Robert Prentice? Hutchinson, [Jun 1937]
The Malinsay Massacre. Hutchinson, [Apr 1938]
Herewith the Clues! Hutchinson, [Jul 1939]

 

Historical Non-Fiction top
"Old Rowley? : A Private Life of Charles II. Hutchinson, [Sep] 1933
¶ Appeared in 1938 as 'A Private Life Of Charles II', Hutchinson, Bookshelf Library No. 8.
Red Eagle : The Story of the Russian Revolution and of Klementy Efremovitch Voroshilov, Marshal and Commissar for Defence of the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics. Hutchinson, [Oct] 1937

 

Short Story Collections top
Mediterranean Nights. Hutchinson, [Oct 1942]
Mediterranean Nights, revised edition with one omitted and six extra titles. Arrow Books, 1963
Mediterranean Nights, Lymington edition. Hutchinson, [Jul] 1965
¶ Contains all 27 titles from both the above editions.
Gunmen, Gallants and Ghosts. Hutchinson, [Jun 1943]
Gunmen, Gallants and Ghosts, revised edition with one omitted and three extra titles. Arrow Books, [Mar] 1963
Gunmen, Gallants and Ghosts, Lymington edition. Hutchinson, [Jul] 1965
¶ Contains all 20 titles from both the above editions.

 

Reference top
The Devil and all his Works. Hutchinson, [Sep] 1971

 

Board Games top
Invasion. Hutchinson & Geographia, [1938]
Blockade. Hutchinson & Geographia, [1939]
Alibi. Geographia, [Apr 1953]

 

War Papers top
Total War. Hutchinson, [Dec 1941]
Stranger Than Fiction. Hutchinson, [Feb] 1959
¶ Also classified in Autobiographical (see below)

 

Autobiographical top
Stranger Than Fiction. Hutchinson, [Feb] 1959
¶ Also classified in War Papers (see above)
Saturdays with Bricks : (And Other Days Under Shell-Fire). Hutchinson, [Mar] 1961
The Time Has Come. . . The Memoirs of Dennis Wheatley : The Young Man Said 1897-1914. Hutchinson, 1977
The Time Has Come. . . The Memoirs of Dennis Wheatley : Officer and Temporary Gentleman 1914-1919. Hutchinson, 1978
The Time Has Come. . . The Memoirs of Dennis Wheatley : Drink and Ink 1919-1977. Hutchinson, 1979
The Time Has Come? The Memoirs of Dennis Wheatley : The Young Man Said 1897-1914; Officer and Temporary Gentleman 1914-1919; Drink and Ink 1919-1977. Arrow Books, 1981
The Deception Planners : My Secret War. Hutchinson, [Aug] 1980

 

Wine Publications top
Historic Brandies from the Palaces of the Kings of France. Wheatley, [circa 1925]
At The Sign of the Flagon of Gold. Wheatley & Sons, [1930]
Old Masters : catalogue of old brandies and a few great wines. Wheatley & Sons, [1930]

 

Private Printings top
The Seven Ages of Justerini's (1749 - 1949). Riddle Books, [1949]
We Move With the Times. [1954]
¶ Published as a scroll to publicise the move in 1954 of Justerini and Brookes, wine merchants, from Pall Mall to Bond Street.
. . . Of Vice And Virtue. An Eastern Romance. Privately commissioned by the Foreign Office in London for propaganda purposes in the Middle-East. Published only in Arabic, Persian and other Eastern languages. (1950)
1749-1965 : The Eight Ages of Justerini's. Dolphin Publishing, 1965
The Nine Ages of Justerini's : A Celebration of 250 Years. Justerini & Brooks, 1998
¶ A new and completely revised edition using, and expanding on, the original text from The Seven Ages . . . and The Eight Ages . . .

 

Box Sets top
The Thrilling Romances of Dennis Wheatley : 1st Gift Box. Hutchinson, [Dec 1935]
¶ Contains Wheatley's first four stories: 'The Fabulous Valley', 'Such Power is Dangerous', 'Black August' and 'The Forbidden Territory'.
The Thrilling Romances of Dennis Wheatley : 2nd Gift Box. Hutchinson, [Dec 1937]
¶ Contains Wheatley's second four stories: 'The Devil Rides Out', 'The Eunuch of Stamboul', 'They Found Atlantis' and 'Contraband'.
Lymington Edition Box Set. Hutchinson, [Aug 1961]
¶ Contains the first 6 Lymington edition titles: 'The Forbidden Territory', 'The Scarlet Impostor', 'The Launching of Roger Brook', 'The Haunting of Toby Jugg', 'They Found Atlantis', and 'The Eunuch of Stamboul'.
Black Magic Stories–First Collection. Arrow Books, 1974
¶ Contains: 'The Haunting of Toby Jugg', 'The Satanist', 'Strange Conflict' and 'To The Devil–A Daughter'.
Black Magic Stories–Second Collection. Arrow Books, 1974
¶ Contains: 'The Devil Rides Out', 'Gateway to Hell', 'The Ka of Gifford Hillary' and 'They Used Dark Forces'.
The Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult Gift Set. Sphere, [1974]
¶ Contains vols.19-24.
Witchcraft. Arrow Books, [1971]
¶ Boxed set of 3 paperbacks, 'The Black Art', 'Witchcraft At Salem', & 'Malleus Maleficarum', the first and last both with introductions by Dennis Wheatley.

 

Omnibuses top
Those Modern Musketeers : The adventures of those modern Musketeers, The Duke de Richleau, Simon Aron, Richard Eaton and Rex Van Ryn in Three Inquisitive People [&] The Forbidden Territory [&] The Devil Rides Out [&] The Golden Spaniard Hutchinson, [Dec 1939]
The Early Adventures Of Roger Brook : The Launching Of Roger Brook [&] The Shadow Of Tyburn Tree Hutchinson, [Jul 1951]
Worlds Far From Here : Uncharted Seas [&] The Man Who Missed The War [&] They Found Atlantis Hutchinson, [Nov] 1952
Those Modern Musketeers : Three Inquisitive People [&] The Forbidden Territory [&] The Golden Spaniard Hutchinson, [Apr] 1954
The Secret Missions Of Gregory Sallust : The Scarlet Impostor [&] Faked Passports [&] The Black Baroness Hutchinson, [Jun] 1955
The Black Magic Omnibus : The Devil Rides Out [&] Strange Conflict [&] To The Devil–A Daughter Hutchinson, [Nov] 1956
Roger Brook In The French Revolution : The Rising Storm [&] The Man Who Killed The King Hutchinson, [Nov] 1957
Death In The Sunshine : The Fabulous Valley [&] The Secret War [&] The Eunuch Of Stamboul Hutchinson, [Dec] 1958
Plot And Counterplot : Black August [&] Contraband [&] The Island Where Time Stands Still Hutchinson, [Dec] 1959
Into The Unknown : Sixty Days To Live [&] Star Of Ill-Omen [&] Curtain Of Fear Hutchinson, [Dec] 1960
Dennis Wheatley : The Devil Rides Out [&] The Haunting Of Toby Jugg [&] Gateway To Hell [&] To The Devil–A Daughter Heinemann : Octopus, [Sep] 1977
Dennis Wheatley : The Devil Rides Out [&] Gateway To Hell Chancellor Press, [Apr] 1992
The Devil Rides Out [&] Gateway to Hell BCA, [Nov] 2005
To The Devil–A Daughter [&] The Satanist BCA, [Nov] 2005

 

Edited by Dennis Wheatley top
A Century of Horror Stories. Hutchinson, [Oct 1935]
Book Contents
A Century of Spy Stories. Hutchinson, [Jun 1938]
Book Contents
Shafts of Fear : Tales Of ?Strange Doings?. Arrow Books, [Jul] 1964
¶ Re-issued in hardback as ' Dennis Wheatley?s First Book Of Horror Stories : Tales Of ?Strange Doings? '; Hutchinson, [Mar] 1968.
Book Contents
Quiver of Horror : Tales Of ?Strange Happenings?. Arrow Books, [Jul] 1964
¶ Reissued in hardback as ' Dennis Wheatley?s Second Book Of Horror Stories : Tales Of ?Strange Happenings? '; Hutchinson, [Aug] 1968
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The Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult:
Dracula, [Vol.1], Bram Stoker. Sphere, 1974      
The Werewolf Of Paris, [Vol.2], Guy Endore. Sphere, 1974      
Moonchild, [Vol.3], Aleister Crowley. Sphere, 1974      
Studies In Occultism, [Vol.4], Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. Sphere, 1974      
Carnacki The Ghost-Finder, [Vol.5], William Hope Hodgson. Sphere, 1974      
The Sorcery Club, [Vol.6], Elliott O'Donnell. Sphere, 1974      
Harry Price: The Biography Of A Ghost Hunter, [Vol.7], Paul Tabori. Sphere, 1974      
The Witch Of Prague, [Vol.8], F. Marion Crawford. Sphere, 1974      
Uncanny Tales 1, [Vol.9], selected by Dennis Wheatley. Sphere, 1974
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The Prisoner In The Opal, [Vol.10], A.E.W. Mason. Sphere, 1974      
The Devil's Mistress, [Vol.11], John William Brodie-lnnes. Sphere, 1974      
You And Your Hand, [Vol.12], Cheiro – new edition revised by Louise Owen. Sphere, 1974      
Black Magic: A Tale Of The Rise And Fall Of The Antichrist, [Vol.13], Marjorie Bowen. Sphere, 1974      
Real Magic, [Vol.14], Philip Bonewits. Sphere, 1974      
Faust, Parts 1 and 2, [Vol.15], Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, translated by Bayard Taylor. Sphere, 1974      
Uncanny Tales 2, [Vol.16], selected by Dennis Wheatley. Sphere, 1974
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The Gap In The Curtain, [Vol.17], John Buchan. Sphere, 1974      
The Interpretation Of Dreams, [Vol.18], Zolar. Sphere, 1974      
Voodoo, [Vol.19], Alfred Métraux, translated from the French by Hugo Charteris. 2nd English Edition with new introduction by Sidney W. Mintz. Sphere, 1974      
The Necromancers, [Vol.20], Robert Hugh Benson. Sphere, 1974      
Satanism And Witches: Essays And Stories, [Vol.21], selected by Dennis Wheatley. Sphere, 1974
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The Winged Pharaoh, [Vol.22], Joan Grant. Sphere, 1974      
Down There, [Vol.23], J.K. Huysmans translated from the French by Keene Wallace. Sphere, 1974      
The Monk, [Vol.24], Matthew Lewis. Sphere, 1974      
Horror At Fontenay, [Vol.25], Alexandre Dumas translated and adapted by Alan Hull Walton. Sphere, 1975      
The Hell-Fire Club: The Story Of The Amorous Knights Of Wycombe, [Vol.26], Donald McCormick. Sphere, 1975      
The Mighty Atom, [Vol.27], Marie Corelli. Sphere, 1975      
The Affair Of The Poisons, [Vol.28], Frances Mossiker. Sphere, 1975      
The Witch And The Priest, [Vol.29], Hilda Lewis. Sphere, 1975      
Death By Enchantment. An Examination Of Ancient And Modern Witchcraft, [Vol.30], Julian Franklyn. Sphere, 1975      
Fortune Telling By Cards, [Vol.31], Ida B. Prangley. Sphere, 1975      
Dark Ways To Death, [Vol.32], Peter Saxon. Sphere, 1975      
The Ghost Pirates, [Vol.33], William Hope Hodgson. Sphere, 1975      
The Phantom Of The Opera, [Vol.34], Gaston Leroux. Sphere, 1975      
The Greater Trumps, [Vol.35], Charles Williams. Sphere, 1975      
The Return Of The Magi, [Vol.36], Maurice Magre, translated from the French by Reginald Merton. Sphere, 1975      
Uncanny Tales 3, [Vol.37], selected by Dennis Wheatley. Sphere, 1975
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The King Is A Witch, [Vol.38], Evelyn Eaton. Sphere, 1976      
Frankenstein, [Vol.39], Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Sphere, 1976      
The Curse Of The Wise Woman, [Vol.40], Baron Edward Plunkett Dunsany. Sphere, 1976      
Brood Of The Witch Queen, [Vol.41], Sax Rohmer. Sphere, 1976      
Brazilian Magic: Is It The Answer? [Vol.42], Pedro McGregor, in association with T. Stratton Smith. Sphere, 1976      
Darker Than You Think, [Vol.43], Jack Williamson. Sphere, 1976      
War In Heaven, [Vol.44], Charles Williams. Sphere, 1976      
Morwyn: The Vengeance Of God, [Vol.45], John Cowper Powys. Sphere, 1977      

 

Introduction/Foreword by Dennis Wheatley top
The Black Art, Rollo Ahmed. John Long, 1936
¶ New edition & revised introduction; Jarrolds, 1968
You Can't Hit a Woman and Other Stories, Peter Cheyney. Collins, 1937
Character from the Face, Jacques Penry. Hutchinson, 1939
¶ New edition with a shortened introduction by DW. Renamed 'How to Judge Character from the Face'; Hutchinson, 1952
The Queen's Necklace Alexandre Dumas. Collins Classics, 1957
The Kiss of Death, Charles Birkin. Tandem Books, 1964
The Smell of Evil, Charles Birkin. Tandem Books, 1965
Mostly Joy. A Bookman's Story, Thomas Joy. Michael Joseph, 1971
Malleus Maleficarum, Heinrich Kramer & James Sprenger; translated from the Latin by Montague Summers. Arrow Books, 1971
Gate of Dreams, Charles Beatty. Geoffrey Chapman, 1972
The Black Magic Omnibus, edited by Peter Haining. Robson Books, 1976

 

Films of Dennis Wheatley's works: top
Forbidden Territory. Progress-Wainwright, Nov 1934
Secret Of Stamboul (U.S. ? The Spy In White). Universal-Wainwright, Oct 1936
¶ Taken from 'The Eunuch of Stamboul'.
The Devil Rides Out (U.S. ? The Devil's Bride). Hammer, Jul 1968
The Lost Continent. Hammer, Jul 1968
¶ Taken from 'Uncharted Seas'.
To The Devil—A Daughter. Hammer-TerraFilmkunst, Mar 1976

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