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A. BOOKS and PAMPHLETS

A1. Death and Taxes. New York: Macmillan, 1941. 278 pp. London: Joseph, 1947. 196 pp. New York: Popular Library, 1948. 222 pp. London: Joseph, 1950. (Cheap edition) 193 pp. Eugene, Or.: Bruin Books, 2010. (Bruin Crimeworks) 282 pp. New York: Diversion Books, 2015. [Kindle edition]

A2. Shear the Black Sheep. New York: Macmillan, 1942. 284 pp. New York: Popular Library, 1949. 222 pp. London: Joseph, 1949. 206 pp. London: Thriller Book Club, 1950. 206 pp. London: Joseph, 1951. (Cheap edition) 206 pp. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1955. 221 pp. First appeared in Cosmopolitan, Vol. 113, no. 1 (July 1942)

A3. Bullets for the Bridegroom. New York: Macmillan, 1944. 245 pp. London: Joseph, 1948. 223 pp. New York: Popular Library, 1950. 224 pp. London: Joseph, 1950. (Cheap edition) 222 pp. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1953. 224 pp. London: White Lion, 1972. 223 pp. First appeared in Liberty Magazine (June 17-29, 1944)

A4. It Ain’t Hay. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1946. 218 pp. New York: Dell, 1949. 192 pp. As A Drug on the Market, London: Joseph, 1949. 236 pp. London: Transworld, 1953. 184 pp. New York: Unicorn Press, 1947. (Anthology). First appeared in Blue Book Magazine (Nov. 1946)

A5. How Green Was My Father. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1947. 217 pp. New York: Editions for the Armed Services, 1947. 192 pp. London: Home and Van Thal, 1951. 217 pp.

A6. How Lost Was My Weekend. New York: Random House, 1948. 248 pp. London: Home and Van Thal, 1949. 248 pp. [London?]: Chariot Books, 1954. 182 pp. London: Barker, 1957. 192 pp.

A7. The Long Escape. New York: Random House, 1948. 241 pp. New York: Dell, 1950. 192 pp. London: Joseph, 1950. 191 pp. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1954. New York: Mercury Mysteries, [1955?]. 129 pp. London: Dent, 1989. 172 pp. Eugene, Or.: Bruin Books, 2011. (Bruin Crimeworks) 209 pp. New York: Diversion Books, 2015. [Kindle edition] New York: Unicorn Press, 1948. 241 pp. (Anthology).

A8. Plunder of the Sun. New York: Random House, 1949. 245 pp. New York: Dell, 1951. 192 pp. London: Michael Joseph, 1950. 200 pp. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1955. 191 pp. New York: Dorchester, 2005. (Hard Case Crime HCC-010) 222 pp. New York: Diversion Books, 2015. [Kindle edition] First appeared in Blue Book Magazine (Apr. 1949); subsequently appeared in The Toronto Star Weekly (Nov. 19, 1949)

A9. The Crazy Glasspecker. New York: Random House, 1949. 249 pp. As High Life in the Andes London: Barker, 1951. 249 pp.

A10. The Red Tassel. New York: Random House, 1950. 241 pp. London: Joseph, 1951. 223 pp. New York: Dell, 1952. 192 pp. First appeared in The Toronto Star Weekly (Sept. 9, 1950)

A11. 20,000 Leagues Behind the 8-Ball. New York: Random House, 1951. 246 pp. As With a Knife and Fork Down the Amazon, London: Barker, 1952. 192 pp.

A12. To Catch a Thief. New York: Random House, 1952. 248 pp. New York: Dell, 1953. 224 pp. London: Joseph, 1953. 222 pp. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1955. 216 pp. Connecticut: Williamson Book Co., [after 1955]. London: White Lion, 1972. 216 pp. London: Dent, 1988. Eugene, Or.: Bruin Books, 2010. (Bruin Crimeworks) 281 pp. New York: Diversion Books, 2015. [Kindle edition] Condensations: Pleasantville, N.Y.: Reader’s Digest, 1952; London: Reader’s Digest, [1956?]; Pleasantville, N.Y.: Reader’s Digest, 1959. London: Reader’s Digest, 1961; Ultimo, N.S.W.: Reader’s Digest Australia, 2009. First appeared in Cosmopolitan (Dec. 1951)

A13. The Poor Man’s Guide to Europe. New York: Random House, 1953. 308 pp. Revised and re-issued each year 1954-1959. New York: Collier, 1963. 254 pp.

A14. The Lights of Skaro. New York: Random House, 1954. 245 pp. London: Joseph, 1954. 223 pp. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1956. 207 pp. Sydney: Horwitz, 1961. 187 pp. London: Mayflower-Dell, 1966. 156 pp. London: Mayflower, 1969. 156 pp. London: White Lion, 1976. 156 pp.

A15. Time Out for Turkey. New York: Random House, 1955. 235 pp. As Talking Turkey, London: Barker, 1955. 190 pp.

A16. Angel’s Ransom. New York: Random House, 1956. 239 pp. New York: Dell, 1959; As Ransom of the Angel, London: Joseph, 1957. 222 pp. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1961. 192 pp. Appeared in The Toronto Star Weekly (Oct. 13, 1956)

A17. Loo Loo’s Legacy. London: Joseph, 1960. 239 pp. Boston: Little, Brown, 1961. 239 pp. London: White Lion, 1973. 239 pp.

A18. Carambola. Boston: Little, Brown, 1961. 275 pp. As High Corniche, London: Joseph, 1961. 229 pp. London: White Lion, 1972. 230 pp. Eugene, Or.: Bruin Books, 2016. (Bruin Crimeworks) 235 pp.

A19. The Rich Man’s Guide to the Riviera. Boston: Little, Brown, 1962. 239 pp. London: Cassell, 1963. 239 pp.

A20. The Poor Man’s Guide to the Orient. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1965. 309 pp.

A21. Fly Down, Drive Mexico. New York: Macmillan, 1968. 227 pp. As The Best of Mexico By Car, New York: Macmillan, 1969. 230 pp.

A22. Special Guide to the XIX Olympics. New York: Macmillan, 1968. 13 pp.

A23. Hooligan. New York: Macmillan, 1969. 244 pp. New York: Pyramid, 1970. 223 pp. As Hatchetman, London: Joseph, 1970. 254 pp. First appeared in Argosy (Jan. 2, 1968)

A24. Troubleshooter. New York: Macmillan, 1971. 355 pp. London: Joseph, 1972. 355 pp.

A25. The Last Match. New York: Dorchester, 2006 (Hard Case Crime) New York: Diversion Books, 2015. [Kindle edition]

B. PLAYS

B1. A Certain Man Had Two Sons. San Francisco, Calif.; Cincinnati, Ohio: Banner Play Bureau, 1936. 22 pp.

B2. “Christmas Eve at the Mermaid” by David Dodge and Loyall McLaren. Shakespeare in Bohemia: Three Plays, by Loyall McLaren, David Dodge & David Magee. Illustrated by Tony Sotomayor. Printed for members of the Bohemian Club by the Grabhorn Press, 1961: [1]-36.

C. FICTION IN PERIODICALS

C1. “Shear the Black Sheep.” Cosmopolitan (July 1942)

C2. “Bullets for the Bridegroom.” Liberty Magazine (June 17-July 29, 1944)

C3. “Decoration.” Collier’s (Oct. 6, 1945)

C4. “Whisky Run.” Liberty Magazine (Oct. 20-27, 1945)

C5. “Sneak Punch.” Liberty Magazine (Oct. 5-12, 1946)

C6. “It Ain’t Hay.” Blue Book Magazine (Nov. 1946)

C7. “The Hick.” Elks Magazine (Feb. 1949)

C8. “Plunder of the Sun.” Blue Book Magazine (Apr. 1949)

C9. “Murder is No Accident.” Esquire (Oct. 1949)

C10. “Murder Off Honduras.” Popular Detective (Nov. 1949)

C11. “Plunder of the Sun.” Toronto Star Weekly (Nov. 19, 1949)

C12. “Chance to Kill.” Argosy (Feb. 1950)

C13. “The Red Tassel.” Toronto Star Weekly (Sept. 9, 1950)

C14. “Murder is No Accident.” Magpie (Manchester, England) (Nov. 1951) [Unlocated]

C15. “To Catch a Thief.” Cosmopolitan (Dec. 1951)

C16. “Murder is No Accident.” Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine (Sept. 1953)

C17. “Murder is No Accident.” Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine (British ed.), (Sept. 1953) [Unlocated]

C18. “Murder is No Accident.” The Saint Detective Magazine (June 1956)

C19. “Angel’s Ransom.” Toronto Star Weekly (Oct. 13, 1956)

C20. “Murder is No Accident.” The Saint Detective Magazine (Australian ed.), (Nov. 1956) [Unlocated]

C21. “Angel’s Ransom.” John Bull (London, England) (Dec. 1, 1956) [Unlocated]

C22. “Murder is No Accident.” The Saint Detective Magazine (British ed.), (Jan. 1957) [Unlocated]

C23. “Hooligan.” Argosy (Jan. 2, 1968)

D. TRAVEL ESSAYS and OTHER NON-FICTION

D1. “How Green Was My Father: An Itinerant Writer, Complete With Wife and Small Child, Goes Through Mexico to Guatemala the Hard Way.” Holiday (Feb. 1947)

D2. “How Green Was My Father.” Reader’s Scope (Aug. 1947)

D3. “Happy Birthday to Me!: Mass Riot, Mayhem and Indigestion Spell Birthday for Young Guatemalans.” Holiday (Apr. 1948)

D4. “Mr. Jabi and Oogly-Boo: Tela, Honduras is the Best Place to Get a Hangover from Bananas, Especially if You Attempt to Mix Them With the Mysteries of Oogly-Boo.” Holiday (May 1948)

D5. “How Lost Was My Weekend.” Omnibook Best-Seller Magazine (July 1948)

D6. “Peruvian Merrymakers Get Mush in the Puss, Water on the Brain and Dye in the Eye in a Three-Day Round of Ferocious Festivity.” Holiday (Aug. 1948)

D7. “Arequipa, I Love You.” Collier’s (Jan. 22, 1949)

D8. “Chilblains Over Peru: A Gringo in Cuzco Discovers It’s Only a Matter of Learning to Live Without Freezing—Or Breathing.” Holiday (June 1949)

D9. “Comes the Revolution: La Paz is Generally a City of Peace—Except When It’s Having a War, Which is Usually.” Holiday (July 1949)

D10. “My Favorite Mexican Character.” United Nations World (June 1950)

D11. “He Who Lives Longer, Laughs Last.” Everybody’s Digest (Nov. 1950)

D12. “20,000 Leagues Behind the 8 Ball.” Omnibook Best-Seller Magazine (June 1951)

D13. “Spain: Where Your Tourist Dollar is Pure Rubber, Stretching Over Luxuries it Cannot Buy at Home.” Holiday (Oct. 1951)

D14. “Papa’s Not a Knucklehead, or, Now I Understand Women.” Reader’s Digest (Nov. 1951)

D15. “Ibiza.” Holiday (Mar. 1952)

D16. “The Canary Islands.” Holiday (Aug. 1952)

D17. “Poor Man’s Guide to Europe.” Vogue (May 15, 1953)

D18. “Europe Can Be a Bargain.” Holiday (Jan. 1954)

D19. “Cannes.” Holiday (Feb. 1955)

D20. “Time Out For Turkey.” Omnibook Best-Seller Magazine (April 1955)

D21. “Drink Up, Lads!: An Appreciation of the English Pub.” Holiday (July 1955)

D22. “The Costa Brava.” Holiday (Oct. 1955)

D23. “Amazon Adventure.” Reader’s Digest (Oct. 1955)

D24. “Europe at a Discount.” Collier’s (Oct. 26, 1956)

D25. “Madeira.” Holiday (Dec. 1956)

D26. “Andorra.” Holiday (Jan. 1957) [Signed: AL COLBY]

D27. “The Azores.” Holiday (Jan. 1957)

D28. “The Charmed Country.” Holiday (Apr. 1957)

D29. “Caribbean Journey.” Holiday (Feb. 1958)

D30. “Brussels.” Holiday (May 1958)

D31. “Keys to Europe.” Holiday (Jan. 1959)

D32. “Corsica.” Holiday (Mar. 1959)

D33. “Madcap Tour of New Jersey.” Holiday (May 1959)

D34. “Caribbean Summer.” Holiday (June 1959)

D35. “Her Highness the Carlton.” Holiday (Aug. 1959)

D36. “An Unspoiled Isle in Greece.” Holiday (Sept. 1959)

D37. “Italy’s Two-for-One Resort.” Holiday (Nov. 1959)

D38. “A Thumbnail Travel Guide: Keys to Europe.” Holiday (Jan. 1960)

D39. “Monte Carlo’s Museum of the Sea.” Holiday (Mar. 1960)

D40. “The Most Beautiful Beach in France.” Holiday (May 1960)

D41. “A Thumbnail Travel Guide: Keys to Europe 1961.” Holiday (Jan. 1961)

D42. “A Thumbnail Travel Guide: Keys to the United States 1961.” Holiday (July 1961)

D43. “Portugal’s Sunny Shore.” Holiday (Mar. 1963)

D44. “Visit to Sirmione.” Holiday (May 1963)

D45. “Bali: Eden’s Last Stand.” Holiday (Dec. 1963)

D46. “Holiday Handbook: Travel in Spain.” Holiday (Apr. 1965)

D47. “Holiday Handbook: Motoring in Europe.” Holiday (Aug. 1965)

D48. “The Chinese Side of the Story” [Review of Han Suyin’s The Crippled Tree]. Saturday Review (Oct. 23, 1965)

D49. “Prelude to Morocco.” Morocco 1965-66. New York: David McKay Co., 1965-66 (Fodor’s Modern Guides), reprinted annually in Fodor’s Morocco, 1967-[1970s?]

D50. “A Quick Look at Nice’s Carnival.” Holiday (Jan. 1966)

D51. “Cliff-Hanger in the Himalayas” [Review of Jon Cleary’s The Pulse of Danger]. Saturday Review (Feb. 12, 1966)

D52. “A Capsule History of Jewel Thievery.” Holiday (Apr. 1966)

D53. “An American View of the Orient” [Review of Hans Konigsberger’s Love and Hate in China]. Saturday Review (July 23, 1966)

D54. “Renting a Villa Abroad.” Holiday (Feb. 1968)

D55. “Calypso & Carnival.” Clipper (Pan American World Airways) (Feb.-Mar. 1968)

D56. “Romeo V. Tabuena: An Appreciation.” Introduction to an exhibition by Filipino artist Tabuena at Galeria Tasende, Acapulco, Gro., Mar. 6, 1969.

D57. “The Fine Art of Haggling.” Clipper (Pan American World Airways) (Apr. 1971)

D58. “Table Tips for Travelers East of Suez.” [Magazine and date unknown]

D59. “The Mexicans: An Old-New People and Their Way of Life.” Fodor’s Mexico, reprinted annually, 1972-[1988?].


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