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Ross Macdonald cover gallery

Novels as Kenneth Millar

The Dark Tunnel (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1944; as by Ross Macdonald, Toronto & London, Bantam, 1972; as I Die Slowly, New York: Lion, 1955).
(Toronto & London) Bantam 0552-67367-6, 1972, 247pp.

Trouble Follows Me (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1946; as by Ross Macdonald, Toronto & London, Bantam, 1972; as Night Train, New York: Lion, 1955).
(Toronto & London) Bantam 0552-67189-4, 1972, 196pp.

Blue City (New York: Knopf, 1947; London: Cassell, 1949; as by Ross Macdonald, London, Corgi, 1962).
Corgi Books SC1127, 1962, 165pp, 2/6.
Fontana Books 0006-17624-0, 1988, 222pp.

The Three Roads (New York: Knopf, 1948; London: Cassell, 1950; as by Ross Macdonald, London, Corgi, 1962).
Corgi Books SC1164, 1962, 167pp.
Bantam 0552-68420-1, 1974, 214pp.

Novels as John Ross Macdonald 

The Moving Target, as John Macdonald (New York: Knopf, 1949; London: Cassell, 1951; as by Ross Macdonald, New York, Vintage, 1998).
Pan Books 289, (Jun) 1954. Cover by Sax
Fontana, 1966.Movie tie-in.
Fontana, [2nd imp.] Oct 1971
Fontana 0006-13497-1 [3rd imp.] May 1974, 190pp, 35p. Cover photo
Fontana 0006-15182-5, 1978, 190pp.
Allison & Busby 0850-31688-x, 1986, 208pp.

The Drowning Pool (New York: Knopf, 1950; as by John Macdonald, London: Cassell, 1952; as by Ross Macdonald, New York, Garland Publishing, 1976).
Pan Books 325, (Mar) 1955. Cover by L. Houghton
Fontana 0006-12975-7, 1972, 192pp.
Fontana (c.1975). Movie tie-in.
Allison & Busby 0850-31853-x, 1989, 216pp.
Cannongate Crime 1841-95117-x, 2001, 249pp.
Penguin 978-0141-19662-6, 2012, vii+255pp.

The Way Some People Die (New York: Knopf, 1951; London: Cassell, 1953; as by Ross Macdonald, New York, State Mutual Book, 1982).
Pan Books 370, (Mar) 1956. Cover by Bruce Windo
Fontana 0006-13176-x, 1973, 192pp.
Allison & Busby 0749-00034-1, 1992, 195pp.

The Ivory Grin (New York: Knopf, 1952; London: Cassell, 1953; as by Ross Macdonald, New York, Bantam, 1984; as Marked For Murder, New York: Pocket Books, 1953).
Pan Books 410, (Mar) 1957. Cover by Jack Keay
Fontana, 1965, 191pp.
---- [2nd imp.] Oct 1970; [3rd imp.] Oct 1971; [4th imp.]Jul 1973.
Fontana 0006-14188-9 [5th imp.], Feb 1976, 191pp, 50p. Cover by Steve Puplett
Allison & Busby 0749-00068-6, 1991, 249pp.

Meet Me at the Morgue (New York: Knopf, 1953; as Experience with Evil, London: Cassell, 1954).
Pan Books G104, (Feb) 1958. Cover by Sam Peffer
Allison & Busby 0850-31711-8, 1981, 183pp.

Find a Victim (New York: Knopf, 1954; London: Cassell, 1955).
Pan Books G146, (Aug) 1958, 187pp. Cover by S. R. Boldero
Fontana 0006-12630-8, 1971, 191pp.
---- [2nd imp.] Aug 1971; [3rd imp.] May 1972.
Fontana 0006-13405-x [4th imp.] Nov 1973, 191pp, 30p. Cover photo
Allison & Busby 0749-00152-6, 1994, 208pp.

Novels as Ross Macdonald 

The Barbarous Coast (New York: Knopf, 1956; as by John Ross Macdonald London: Cassell, 1957).
Pan Books G260, (Jul) 1959, 207pp.
Fontana 1547, 1967, 190pp.
Allison & Busby 0850-31712-6, 1988, 218pp.

The Doomsters (New York: Knopf, 1958; as by John Ross Macdonald, London: Cassell, 1958).
Pan Books G345, (Apr) 1960. 203pp.
Fontana 0006-12734-7, 1971, 191pp.

The Galton Case (New York: Knopf, 1959; as by John Ross Macdonald, London: Cassell, 1960).
Pan Books G580, (Aug) 1962, 205pp.
Fontana 0006-12873-4, 1972, 190pp.
---- [2nd imp.] Jul 1972.
Fontana 0006-1395301 [3rd imp.] May 1975, 190pp, 45p. Cover photo by Steve Puplett
Allison & Busby 0749-00010-4, 1989, 186pp.
Penguin 978-0141-19663-3, 2012, 275pp.

The Ferguson Affair (New York: Knopf, 1960; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1961).
Fontana 859, 1963, 256pp.

The Wycherly Woman (New York: Knopf, 1961; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1962).
Fontana 860, 1963, 252pp.
---- [2nd imp.]; [3rd imp.]; [4th imp.]
Fontana 0006-14564-6 [5th imp.], Mar 1979, 252pp, 80p. Cover photo
Allison & Busby 0749-00105-4, 1992, 259pp.

The Zebra-Striped Hearse (New York: Knopf, 1962; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1963).
Fontana 1093, 1965, 256pp.
Fontana 0006-15390-9, 1978, 256pp.
Allison & Busby 0749-00145-3, 1992, 218pp.

The Chill (New York: Knopf, 1964; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1964).
Fontana 1343, 1966, 256pp.
Allison & Busby 0850-31713-4, 1986, 240pp.
Penguin 978-0141-19661-9, 2012.

The Far Side of the Dollar (New York: Knopf, 1965; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1965).
Fontana 0006-14531-0, 1977, 256pp.
Allison & Busby 0850-31714-2, 1987, 256pp.

Black Money (New York: Knopf, 1966; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1966).
Fontana, 1968, 255pp.
---- [2nd imp.] Oct 1970; [3rd imp.] Nov 1970; [4th imp.] Jul 1972
Fontana 0006-13954-x [5th imp.], May 1975, 255pp, 50p. Cover photo by Steve Puplett
Allison & Busby 0850-31689-8, 1986, 192pp.
Phoenix 978-0753-82903-5, 2011, 296pp.
Orion 978-1409-14890-6, 2013, 296pp.

The Instant Enemy (New York: Knopf, 1968; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1968).
Fontana 0006-15183-3, 1978, 192pp.
Allison & Busby 0749-00243-3, 1996, 212pp.

The Goodbye Look (New York: Knopf, 1969; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1969).
Fontana, 1970.
---- [2nd imp.] Jan 1972.
Fontana 0006-13524-2 [3rd imp.] Jul 1974, 192pp, 35p. Cover photo
Fontana 0006-15391-7, 1978, 192pp.
Allison & Busby 0850-31715-0, 1988, 224pp.
Penguin 978-0141-19660-2, 2012, 276pp.

The Underground Man (New York: Knopf, 1971; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1971).
Fontana 0006-12850-5, 1973, 224pp.
Fontana 0006-14534-5, 1989, 270pp.
Allison & Busby 0749-00206-9, 1994, 244pp.
Penguin 978-0141-19658-9, 2012, 304pp.

Sleeping Beauty (New York: Knopf, 1973; London: Crime Club by Collins, 1973).
Fontana 0006-13364-7, 1975, 223pp, 50p. Cover photo by Steve Puplett
Allison & Busby 0749-00162-3, 1995, 261pp.

The Blue Hammer (New York: Knopf, 1976; London: Collins, 1976).
Fontana 0006-14588-4, 1978, 252pp.
Allison & Busby 0850-31690-1, 1986, 256pp.

Omnibus

Archer in Hollywood (New York: Knopf, 1967; contains The Moving Target, The Way Some People Die, and The Barbarous Coast)
(no UK paperback)

Archer At Large (New York: Knopf, 1970; contains The Galton Case, The Chill, and Black Money.
(no UK paperback)

Archer in Jeopardy (New York: Knopf, 1979; contains The Doomsters, The Zebra-Striped Hearse, and The Instant Enemy)
(no UK paperback)

The Lew Archer Omnibus, volume 1 (London, Allison & Busby, 1993; contains The Drowning Pool, The Chill and The Goodbye Look)
Allison & Busby 0749-00109-7, 1993,

The Lew Archer Omnibus, volume 2 (London, Allison & Busby, 1994; contains The Moving Target, Barbarous Coast and Far Side of the Dollar)
Allison & Busby 0749-00201-8, 1994.

The Lew Archer Omnibus, volume 3 (London, Allison & Busby, 1997; contains The Ivory Grin, The Galton Case and The Blue Hammer)
Allison & Busby 0749-00340-5, 1997, 704pp.

Collections

The Name is Archer, as John Ross Macdonald (New York: Bantam, 1955; as by Ross Macdonald, London: Fontana, 1976).
(contains: "Find the Woman," "Gone Girl," "The Bearded Lady," "The Suicide," "Guilt-Edged Blonde," "The Sinister Habit," and "Wild Goose Chase")
Fontana 0006-14219-2, 1976, 190pp, 50p. Cover photo

Lew Archer, Private Investigator (New York: The Mysterious Press, 1977)
(contains "Find the Woman," "Gone Girl," "The Bearded Lady," "The Suicide," "Guilt-Edged Blonde," "The Sinister Habit," "Wild Goose Chase," "Midnight Blue," and "The Sleeping Dog")
(no UK paperback)

Early Millar: The First Stories of Ross Macdonald & Margaret Millar (Santa Barbara: Cordelia, 1982).
(no UK paperback)

Strangers in Town: Three Newly Discovered Stories (Norfolk, VA, Crippen & Landru, 2001)
(no UK paperback)

Non-fiction as Ross Macdonald

On Crime Writing (Santa Barbara, CA: Capra, 1973)
(contains: "The Writer as Detective" and "Writing The Galton Case")
(no UK paperback)

A Collection of Reviews (Northridge, CA, Lord John Press, 1979).
(no UK paperback)

Self-Portrait: Ceaselessly Into The Past, edited by Ralph B. Sipper (Santa Barbara, Cal.: Capra, 1981).
(no UK paperback)

OTHER

The Santa Barbara Declaration of Environmental Rights, January 28 Committee (Santa Barbara, CA), 1969)
(no UK paperback)

Great Stories of Suspense, edited by Ross Macdonald (New York: Knopf, 1974).
(no UK paperback)

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