BIBLIOGRAPHY



* indicates a Travis McGee story.


    * The Brass Cupcake (Fawcett Gold Medal, October 1950) (color, but not a McGee)

    * Murder for the Bride (Fawcett Gold Medal, June 1951)

    * Judge Me Not (Fawcett Gold Medal, October 1951)

    * Weep for Me (Fawcett Gold Medal, 1951)

    * Wine of the Dreamers (Greenberg, 1951)

    * The Damned (Fawcett Gold Medal, June 1952)

    * Ballroom of the Skies (Greenberg, 1952)

    * Dead Low Tide (Fawcett Gold Medal, May 1953)

    * The Neon Jungle (Fawcett Gold Medal, August 1953)

    * Cancel All Our Vows (Appleton-Century Crofts, 1953)

    * Planet Of The Dreamers (Pocket Books, 1953)

    * All These Condemned (Fawcett Gold Medal, August 1954)

    * Area of Suspicion (Dell First Edition 12, 1954)

    * Contrary Pleasure (Appleton-Century Crofts, 1954)

    * A Bullet for Cinderella (Dell First Edition 62, 1955) (reprinted as On the Make)

    * Cry Hard, Cry Fast (Popular Library 675, 1955)

    * April Evil (Dell First Edition 85, 1956)

    * Border Town Girl (Popular Library 750, 1956) (reprinted as Five Star Fugitive)

    * Murder in the Wind (Dell First Edition A113, 1956) (reprinted as Hurricane)

    * You Live Once (Popular Library 737, 1956) (reprinted as You Kill Me)

    * Death Trap (Dell First Edition A130, February 1957)

    * The Price of Murder (Dell First Edition A152, October 1957)

    * The Empty Trap (Popular Library 830, December 1957

    * A Man of Affairs (Dell First Edition B112, December 1957)

    * The Deceivers (Dell First Edition B117, May 1958)

    * Clemmie (Fawcett Gold Medal, June 1958)

    * The Executioners (Simon and Schuster, 1958) (reprinted as Cape Fear)

    * Soft Touch (Dell First Edition B121, August 1958)

    * Deadly Welcome (Dell First Edition B127, March 1959)

    * The Beach Girls (Fawcett Gold Medal, August 1959)

    * Please Write for Details (Simon and Schuster, December 1959)

    * The Crossroads (Simon and Schuster, 1959)

    * The Lethal Sex (Dell First Edition B141, 1959) (editor) (stories by women mystery

    writers)

    * Slam the Big Door (Fawcett Gold Medal, January 1960)

    * The Only Girl in the Game (Fawcett Gold Medal, July 1960)

    * The End of the Night (Simon and Schuster, 1960)

    * Where is Janice Gantry? (Fawcett Gold Medal, January 1961)

    * One Monday We Killed Them All (Fawcett Gold Medal s1177, December 1961)

    * A Key to the Suite (Fawcett Gold Medal s1198, March 1962)

    * The Girl, the Gold Watch and Everything (Fawcett Gold Medal s1259, December

 1962) (colour, but no McGee)

    * A Flash Of Green (Simon and Schuster, 1962) (colour, but no McGee)

    * I Could Go on Singing (Fawcett Gold Medal, March 1963) (screenplay novelization)

    * On the Run (Fawcett Gold Medal k1292, April 1963)

    * The Drowner (Fawcett Gold Medal k1302, May 1963)

    * The Deep Blue Goodbye* (Fawcett Gold Medal k1405, April 1964)

    * Nightmare in Pink* (Fawcett Gold Medal, April 1964)

    * A Purple Place for Dying* (Fawcett Gold Medal, May 1964)

    * The Quick Red Fox* (Fawcett Gold Medal, September 1964)

    A Deadly Shade of Gold* (Fawcett Gold Medal, January 1965)


    * Bright Orange for the Shroud* (Fawcett Gold Medal, August 1965)

    *     * The House Guests (Doubleday, 1965) (nonfiction)

    * Darker than Amber* (Fawcett Gold Medal, May 1966)

    * The Last One Left (Doubleday, December 1966)

    * One Fearful Yellow Eye* (Fawcett Gold Medal d1848, December 1966)

    * End of the Tiger and Other Stories (Fawcett Gold Medal, 1966)

          o "Hangover"

          o "The Big Blue"

          o "End of the Tiger"

          o "The Trouble with Erica"

          o "Long Shot"

          o "Looie Follows Me"

          o "Blurred View"

          o "The Loveliest Girl in the World"

          o "Triangle"

          o "The Bear Trap"

          o "Romantic Courtesy"

          o "The Fast Loose Money"

          o "The Straw Witch"

          o "The Trap of Solid Gold"

          o "Afternoon of the Hero"

    * Pale Gray for Guilt* (Fawcett Gold Medal, January 1968)

    * The Girl In The Plain Brown Wrapper* (Fawcett Gold Medal, December 1968)

    * No Deadly Drug (Doubleday, 1968) (nonfiction)

    * Dress Her in Indigo* (Fawcett Gold Medal, August 1969)

    * The Long Lavender Look* (Fawcett Gold Medal, September 1970)

    * S*E*V*E*N (Fawcett Gold Medal, 1971)

          o "The Random Noise of Love"

          o "Dear Old Friend"

          o "The Willow Pool"

          o "Quarrel"

          o "Woodchuck"

          o "Double Hannenframmis"

          o "The Annex"

    * A Tan and Sandy Silence* (Fawcett Gold Medal, January 1972)

    * The Scarlet Ruse* (Fawcett Gold Medal, June 1973)

    * The Turquoise Lament* (Lippincott, November 1973)

    * The Dreadful Lemon Sky* (Lippincott, February 1975)

    * Condominium (Lippincott, March 1977)

    * The Empty Copper Sea* (Lippincott, September 1978)

    * Other Times, Other Worlds (Fawcett, 1978) (edited by MacDonald and Martin H. Greenberg; MacDonald wrote an afterword)

          o "The Mechanical Answer"

          o "Dance of a New World"

          o "Ring Around the Redhead"

          o "A Child is Crying"

          o "Flaw"

          o "But Not to Dream"

          o "The Miniature"

          o "Spectator Sport"

          o "Half-Past Eternity"

          o "The Big Contest"

          o "Susceptibility"

          o "Common Denominator"

          o "Game for Blondes"

          o "Labor Supply"

          o "The Legend of Joe Lee"

          o "The Annex"

    * The Green Ripper* (Lippincott, September 1979)

    * Free Fall in Crimson* (Harper and Row, April 1981)

    * Nothing Can Go Wrong (Harper and Row, 1981) (with Captain John H. Kilpack)

    * Cinnamon Skin* (Harper and Row, 1982)

    * The Good Old Stuff (Harper and Row, 1982) (edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Francis M. Nevins, Jr., and Walter and Jean Shine)

          o "Murder for Money"

          o "Death Writes the Answer"

          o "Miranda"

          o "They Let Me Live"

          o "Breathe No More"

          o "From Some Hidden Grave"

          o "A Time for Dying"

          o "Noose for a Tigress"

          o "Murder in Mind"

          o "Check Out at Dawn"

          o "She Cannot Die"

          o "Dead on the Pin"

          o "A Trap for the Careless"

    * Two (Carroll and Graf, 1983) (collection)

    * More Good Old Stuff (Knopf, 1984) (collection)

          o "Deadly Damsel"

          o "State Police Report That ..."

          o "Death for Sale"

          o "A Corpse in His Dreams"

          o "I Accuse Myself"

          o "A Place to Live"

          o "Neighborly Interest"

          o "The Night is Over"

          o "Secret Stain"

          o "Even Up the Odds"

          o "Verdict"

          o "The High Gray Walls of Hate"

          o "Unmarried Widow"

          o "You Remember Jessie"

    * One More Sunday (Knopf, 1984)

    * The Lonely Silver Rain* (Knopf, 1985)

    * Barrier Island (Hodder and Stoughton, 1986)

    * A Friendship: The Letters of Dan Roawan and John D. MacDonald 1967-74 (Knopf, 1986)

    * Reading for Survival (Library of Congress, 1987)


Short Fiction

1946


    * "Conversation on Deck" (The American Courier, January 1946)

    * "The Game" (The American Courier, February 1946)

    * "Cash on the Coffin" (Detective Tales, May 1946)

    * "A Handful of Death" (Doc Savage, June 1946) (as Peter Reed)

    * "Blame Those Who Die" (Short Stories, 25 June 1946)

    * "Bury the Pieces!" (Dime Mystery, July 1946)

    * "The Flying Elephants" (Short Stories, 10 July 1946)

    * "Interlude in India" (Story, July-August 1946)

    * "The Dry Mouth of Danger" (Doc Savage, August 1946)

    * "The Dead Dream" (The Shadow, September 1946)

    * "Justice in the Sun" (Doc Savage, October 1946)

    * "Female of the Species" (Dime Detective, October 1946)

    * "Get Dressed for Death" (Mammoth Mystery, October 1946)

    * "The Little People" (Doc Savage, November 1946)

    * "The Scarred Hand" (Doc Savage, November 1946) (as John Farrell)

    * "The Startled Face of Death" (Doc Savage, November 1946) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "The Whispering Knives" (The Shadow, November 1946)

    * "Coward in the Game" (Short Stories, 25 November 1946)

    * "Private War" (Doc Savage, December 1946)

    * "You Got to Have a Good Lip" (Esquire, December 1946)

    * "Redheads Won't Wait" (The Shadow, December 1946) (as Peter Reed)

    * "I Ain't So Dumb" (The Shadow, December 1946) (as Robert Henry)

    * "A Bat in the Hall" (The Shadow, December 1946)


1947


    * "Muddy Gun" (Best Stories, January 1947)

    * "The Hands of an Artist" (The Shadow, January 1947)

    * "The Fixed Smile of Death" (The Shadow, January 1947) (as Robert Henry).

    * "The Bright Flash of Vengeance" (The Shadow, January 1947) (as Peter Reed)

    * "Eight Dozen Agents." (Doc Savage, January 1947)

    * "Hole in None" (Liberty, 4 January 1947)

    * "Dead to the World" (aka "No Business for an Amateur") (Dime Detective, February 1947)

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

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

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

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

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

    * "You've Got to Be Cold" (The Shadow, April-May 1947)

    * "The Notched Ears" (Best Stories, May 1947)

    * "The Pay-Off" (Cosmopolitan, May 1947)

    * "Suicidal Journey" (Dime Detective, June 1947)

    * "Crooked Circle" (Fight Stories (?), after June 1947)

    * "The Pendans Box" (Bluebook, July 1947)

    * "They Let Me Live" (Doc Savage, July-August 1947)

    * "To Cut the Cards" (Doc Savage, July-August 1947) (as Peter Reed)

    * "North on the Parkway" (Esquire, August 1947)

    * "Never Marry Murder" (The Shadow, August-September 1947) (as Peter Reed)

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

    * "Design for Dying" (Dime Detective, September 1947)

    * "The Chinese Pit" (Doc Savage, September-October 1947)

    * "The Gentle Killer" (?, after September 1947)

    * "Oh, Give Me a Hearse!" (Dime Detective, October 1947)

    * "Begin Again" (Liberty, November 1947)

    * "My Mission Is Murder" (Dime Detective, November 1947)

    * "Or the World Will Die" (Doc Savage, November-December 1947)

    * "Second Visitor" (Doc Savage, November-December 1947) (as Peter Reed)

    * "Worse Than Murder" (Doc Savage, November-December 1947) (as Henry Rieser)

    * "That Old Grey Train" (Super Sports, November? 1947)

    * "What About Alice?" (The Sign, December 1947)

    * "Big John Fights Again" (Super Sports, December 1947)

    * "Punch Your Way Home" (Sports Fiction, December 1947?)


1948


    * "Even Up the Odds" (Detective Story Magazine, January 1948)

    * "Come Die with Me!" (New Detective, January 1948)

    * "Cosmetics" (Astounding Science Fiction, February 1948)

    * "The Pastel Production Line" (Bluebook, February 1948)

    * "Pickup" (Cosmopolitan, February 1948)

    * "High Walls of Hate" (Dime Detective, February 1948)

    * "With Soul So Dead" (Dime Detective, March 1948)

    * "One Vote for Murder" (New Detective, March 1948)

    * "Her Black Wings" (Shock, March 1948)

    * "High Dive to Oblivion" (Dime Detective, April 1948)

    * "The Corpse Rides at Dawn" (Ten-Story Western, April 1948)

    * "The Spiralled Myth" (Spectator Club, April 1948)

    * "The Mechanical Answer" (Astounding Science Fiction, May 1948)

    * "Death Sleeps Here!" (New Detective, May 1948)

    * "Blood of the Vixen" (Shock, May 1948)

    * "Satan's Angel" (Shock, May 1948) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "The Cold Trail of Death" (Doc Savage, May-June 1948)

    * "The Tin Suitcase" (Doc Savage, May-June 1948) (as Peter Reed)

    * "Homicidal Hiccup" (Detective Tales, June 1948)

    * "Call Your Murder Signals!" (Dime Detective, June 1948)

    * "Venomous Lady" (Shock, July 1948)

    * "Sepulchre of the Living"(Shock, July 1948) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "So Sorry" (Sports Fiction, July 1948)

    * "Cavaliers Make Good Corpses." (Dime Detective, August 1948)

    * "Loser Take All" (Sports Novels, August 1948)

    * "Fatal Accident" (The Shadow, Fall 1948)

    * "The Case of the Carved Model" (Black Mask, September 1948)

    * "Nicky and the Tin Finger" (Bluebook, September 1948)

    * "Red-Headed Bait" (Detective Tales, September 1948)

    * "Scene of the Crime" (Detective Tales, September 1948) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "Just a Kill in the Dark" (New Detective, September 1948)

    * "Trial by Fury" (New Detective, September 1948) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "Tune in on Station Homicide" (New Detective, September 1948) (as Peter Reed)

    * "Dance of a New World" (Astounding Science Fiction, September 1948)

    * "Runaway Cleats" (Sports Novels, September 1948)

    * "Thunder King" (Sports Novels, September 1948) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "Shenadun" (Startling Stories, September 1948)

    * "Deep Death" (Doc Savage, September-October 1948)

    * "My Husband Dies Slowly" (Dime Detective, October 1948)

    * "They Never Quit" (Sports Fiction, October 1948)

    * "Death Is the Answer" (Thrilling Detective, October 1948)

    * "That Mess Last Year" (Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1948)

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

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

    * "Glory Blaster" (Sports Novels, November 1948)

    * "Ring Around the Redhead" (Startling Stories, November 1948)

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

    * "Buzz-Saw Belter" (New Sports, December 1948)

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

    * "Successful Season" (?, 1948?)

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


1949


    * "Murder in Mind" (Mystery Book, Winter 1949)

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

    * "Damsels of the Deep" (Dime Detective, January 1949)

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

    * "Three's a Shroud" (New Detective, January 1949)

    * "Flaw" (Startling Stories, January 1949)

    * "The Great Stone Death" (Weird Tales, January 1949)

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

    * "Killer's Nest" (Detective Tales, February 1949)

    * "A Coffin a Day" (FBI Detective, February 1949)

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

    * "Killing All Men!" (Black Mask, March 1949)

    * "Kiss the Corpse Goodbye" (Black Mask, March 1949) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "I'll Drown You in My Dreams" (Dime Detective, March 1949)

    * "Danger -- Death Ahead!" (New Detective, March 1949)

    * "Last Chance Cleats" (Sports Novels, March 1949)

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

    * "The Widow Wouldn't Weep" (All-Story Detective, April 1949)

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

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

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

    * "Death Quotient" (Super Science Stories, April 1949)

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

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

    * "Murder in One Syllable" (Black Mask, May 1949)

    * "You'll Never Escape" (Dime Detective, May 1949)

    * "Get Out of Town" (New Detective, May 1949)

    * "Immortality" (Startling Stories, May 1949)

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

    * "But Not to Dream" (Weird Tales, May 1949)

    * "You Remember Jeanie" (Crack Detective Stories, May 1949)

    * "Three Strikes -- You're Dead!" (All-Story Detective, June 1949)

    * "Too Many Sinners" (Dime Detective, June 1949)

    * "Make Mine Murder!" (FBI Detective, June 1949)

    * "Like a Keepsake" (Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1949)

    * "Death Is a Lap Ahead" (Adventure, July 1949)

    * "Tank-Town Matador" (Argosy, July 1949)

    * "Heritage of Hate" (aka "Triple Cross") (Black Mask, July 1949)

    * "Swing-Time Sucker" (Detective Tales, July 1949)

    * "A Corpse-Maker Goes Courting" (Dime Detective, July 1949)

    * "The Glory Punch" (Fifteen Sports Stories, July 1949)

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

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

    * "Blue Water Fury" (Fifteen Sports Stories, July 1949) (as Scott O'Hara)

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

    * "The Hunted" (Super Science Stories, July 1949)

    * "Bedside Murder" (Mystery Book, Summer 1949)

    * "Trojan Horse Laugh" (Astounding Science Fiction, August 1949)

    * "Looie Follows Me" (Collier's, 27 August 1949)

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

    * "Amphiskios" (Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1949)

    * "Poor Little Rich Corpse" (Detective Tales, September 1949)

    * "Murder Run-Around" (Dime Detective, September 1949)

    * "Mad About Murder" (Dime Detective, September 1949) (as Scott O'Hara)

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

    * "Dead -- As in Darling" (New Detective, September 1949)

    * "A Condition of Beauty" (?, September 1949)

    * "Minion of Chaos" (Super Science Stories, September 1949)

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

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

    * "Target for Tonight" (Dime Detective, October 1949)

    * "Last Rendezvous" (Dime Mystery, October 1949)

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

    * "A Young Man of Promise" (Argosy, November 1949)

    * "The Durable Corpse" (Dime Detective, November 1949)

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

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

    * "Half Past Mayhem" (New Detective, November 1949)

    * "Appointment for Tomorrow" (Super Science Stories, November 1949)

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

    * "Love, Inc." (Today's Woman, November 1949)

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

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

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


1950


    * "Moonlit Sport" (The American Magazine, January 1950)

    * "Swing and Slay" (Dime Detective, January 1950)

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

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

    * "The First One" (Startling Stories, January 1950)

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

    * "Spectator Sport" (Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1950)

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

    * "Man-Stalk" (Argosy, March 1950)

    * "The Judas Chick" (Detective Tales, March 1950)

    * "A Corpse on Me!" (Dime Detective, March 1950)

    * "Fall Guy" (New Detective, March 1950)

    * "The Ultimate One" (Super Science Stories, March 1950)

    * "The Sitting Duck" (Detective Tales, April 1950)

    * "Blood on the Midway" (Dime Detective, April 1950) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "Pigskin Patsy" (Fifteen-Story Detective, April 1950)

    * "The Plunder Five" (New Sports, April 1950)

    * "Journey for Seven" (Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1950)

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

    * "Breathe No More, My Lovely!" (Detective Tales, May 1950)

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

    * "Night Watch" (Detective Tales, May 1950) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "Yes, Sir, That's My Slay-Babe!" (Dime Detective, May 1950)

    * "Vanguard of the Lost" (Fantastic Adventures, May 1950)

    * "Money Green" (Fifteen Sports Stories, May 1950)

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

    * "Wine of the Dreamers" (Startling Stories, May 1950)

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

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

    * "College-Cut Kill" (Dime Detective, June 1950)

    * "Sir Lancelot's Crime Wave" (Dime Detective, June 1950) (as Scott O'Hara)

    * "Dead on the Pin" (Mystery Book, Summer 1950)

    * "Jukebox Jungle" (Black Mask, July 1950)

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

    * "Dead Men Don't Scare" (Dime Detective, July 1950)

    * "Five-Star Fugitive" (Dime Detective, July 1950) (as Scott O'Hara)

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

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

    * "Make One False Move" (Argosy, August 1950)

    * "His Fatal Fling" (Dime Detective, August 1950)

    * "The Lady Is a Corpse!" (Detective Tales, September 1950)

    * "Exit Smiling" (Dime Detective, September 1950)

    * "The Homesick Buick" (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, September 1950)

    * "Too Early to Tell" (Adventure, October 1950)

    * "Miranda" (Fifteen Mystery Stories, October 1950)

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

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

    * "Tri-Kill Cutie" (Dime Detective, November 1950)

    * "For Murder -- or Worse" (New Detective, November 1950)

    * "Final Mission" (Planet Stories, November 1950)

    * "The Big Contest" (Worlds Beyond, December 1950)

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


1951


    * "Death for the Asking (Detective Fiction, January 1951)

    * "Susceptibility" (Galaxy Science Fiction, January 1951)

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

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

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

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

    * "Get Thee Behind Me" (Detective Fiction, March 1951)

    * "Case of Nerves" (Detective Tales, March 1951)

    * "The Deadliest Game" (Detective Tales, April 1951)

    * "Death Is My Comrade" (New Detective, April 1951)

    * "Salute to Courage" (Fifteen Sports Stories, April 1951)

    * "Violence Inherited" (Detective Fiction, May 1951)

    * "Nothing Must Change" (Redbook, June 1951)

    * "Escape to Chaos" (Super Science Stories, June 1951)

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

    * "Path of Glory" (Adventure, July 1951)

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

    * "Common Denominator" (Galaxy Science Fiction, July 1951)

    * "Crime of Omission" (Detective Tales, August 1951)

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

    * "Dateline -- Death" (New Detective, August 1951)

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

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

    * "Big League Busher" (Sport Magazine (?), after September 1951)

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

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

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

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

    * "The Man Who Died" (Toronto Star Weekly, 15 December 1951)


1952


    * "Very Junior Miss" (McCall's, January 1952)

    * "Mr. Killer" (Today's Woman, January 1952)

    * "Hell's Belter" (Fifteen Sports Stories, February 1952)

    * "There Comes a Time" (Redbook, February 1952)

    * "The Feather Wrench" (Toronto Star Weekly, 2 February 1952)

    * "Betrayed" (The American Magazine, March 1952)

    * "All That Blood Money Can Buy" (Detective Tales, April 1952)

    * "The Man from Limbo" (Dime Detective, March 1952; Detective Story Magazine, April 1952)

    * "My Brother's Widow" (Collier's, 15 March 1952 to 12 April 1952)

    * "Refund for Murder" (Cosmopolitan, May 1952)

    * "Delivery Boy War" (Bluebook, August 1952)

    * "Who's the Blonde?" (Collier's, 9 August 1952)

    * "Noose for a Tigress" (Dime Detective, August 1952)

    * "Hit and Run" (Good Housekeeping, August 1952)

    * "The Clay Pigeon Shoots Back!" (New Detective, August 1952)

    * "Elimination Race" (Collier's, 13 September 1952)

    * "Game for Blondes" (Galaxy Science Fiction, October 1952)

    * "The Doll" (Cosmopolitan, November 1952)

    * "Double Harness" (Detective Story Magazine, November 1952)

    * "Identification" ("Author's Guild Bulletin," after November 1952)

    * "Incubation" (In Future Tense, New York: Greenberg Publishers, December 1952)

    * "He Knew a Broadway Star" (This Week, 14 December 1952)

    * "Dead on Christmas Street" (Collier's, 20 December 1952)

    * "A Good Judge of Men" (Argosy, ? 1952)


1953


    * "A Day in the Sun" (Bluebook, February 1953)

    * "Forever Yours" (McCall's, February 1953)

    * "Death's Eye View" (New Detective, February 1953)

    * "The Fourteenth of February" (?, February 1953)

    * "What Are the Symptoms, Dear?" (This Week, 22 February 1953)

    * "The Second Chance" (Bluebook, March 1953)

    * "Dead Reckoning" (Detective Story Magazine, March 1953)

    * "Suspicion Island" (Cosmopolitan, May 1953)

    * "Labor Supply" (Fantasy and Science Fiction, May 1953)

    * "A Matter of Life and Death" (This Week, 14 June 1953)

    * "Finders Killers" (Detective Story Magazine, July 1953)

    * "He's Not Talking to Me" (?, July 1953)

    * "The Trouble with Erica" (Cosmopolitan, September 1953)

    * "The Innocent Victims" (Bluebook, November 1953)

    * "Night Fright" (Cosmopolitan, November 1953)


1954


    * "Six Golden Pennies" (Cosmopolitan, February 1954)

    * "Flight of the Tiger" (Collier's, 5 March 1954 - 2 April 1954)

    * "She Tried to Make Her Man Behave" (This Week, 7 March 1954)

    * "The Big Gun" (Bluebook, May 1954)

    * "The Man Who Almost Blew His Top" (This Week, 30 May 1954)

    * "Built for Speed" (Argosy, June 1954)

    * "First Offense" (Cosmopolitan, August 1954)

    * "The Man Without a Home" (This Week, 22 August 1954)

    * "I Always Get the Cuties" (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, November 1954)


1955


    * "The Killer" (Manhunt, January 1955)

    * "There Hangs Death" (This Week, 20 February 1955)

    * "Tournament" (Bluebook, April 1955)

    * "Deadly Victim" (Cosmopolitan, April 1955)

    * "The Bear Trap" (Cosmopolitan, May 1955)

    * "Virus H" (Bluebook, June 1955)

    * "The Impulse" (Cosmopolitan, June 1955)

    * "In a Small Motel" (Justice, July 1955)

    * "Too Young to Marry" (This Week, 25 September 1955)

    * "Long Shot" (Argosy, October 1955)

    * "Scared Money" (Justice, October 1955)

    * "Man on a High Ledge" (Bluebook, November 1955)


1956


    * "Jail Bait" (Argosy, January 1956)

    * "April Evil" (Cosmopolitan, January 1956)

    * "The Unsuitable Girl" (Collier's, February 1956)

    * "The Magic Valentines" (This Week, 5 February 1956)

    * "Enough to Cure the Blues" (Bluebook, March 1956)

    * "Don't Get Carried Away" (Toronto Star Weekly, 24 March 1956)

    * "The Fraud That Paid Off" (This Week, 22 April 1956)

    * "Squealer" (Manhunt, May 1956)

    * "The Men Women Marry (Collier's, June 1956)

    * "Linda" (In Border Town Girl, Popular Library, June 1956)

    * "Hangover" (Cosmopolitan, July 1956)

    * "Hurricane" (Redbook, August 1956)

    * "A Criminal Mind" (Cosmopolitan, November 1956)

    * "Open Before Christmas" (Woman's Home Companion, December 1956)

    * "Death of a Dealer" (This Week, ? 1956)


1957


    * "The End of Her Life" (Cosmopolitan, January 1957)

    * "The Rabbit Gets a Gun" (Manhunt, January 1957)

    * "The Bullets Lied" (This Week, 6 January 1957)

    * "The Heat of Money" (Cosmopolitan, April 1957)

    * "The Giant Who Came to Our House" (This Week, 5 May 1957)

    * "A Romantic Courtesy" (Cosmopolitan, July 1957)

    * "The Executioners" (Ladies Home Journal, October 1957 - November 1957)


1958


    * "College Man" (Cosmopolitan, February 1958)

    * "Black Cat in the Snow" (Manhunt, February 1958)

    * "Taint of the Tiger" (Cosmopolitan, March 1958)

    * "The Faithless" (Redbook, May 1958)

    * "The Knife, the Chain, and the Schoolyard" (Ladies Home Journal, May 1958)

    * "Man in a Trap" (This Week, 15 June 1958)

    * "The Fast Loose Money" (Cosmopolitan, July 1958)


1959


    * "Ultimate Surprise" (Cosmopolitan, January 1959)

    * "Crossroads" (Cosmopolitan, June 1959)

    * "Honeymoon in the Off Season" (Redbook, September 1959)


1960+


    * "That Strangest Month of All" (Family Circle, October 1959)

    * "The Tug of Evil" (Cosmopolitan, January 1960)

    * "The Trap of Solid Gold" (Ladies Home Journal, April 1960)

    * "End of the Night" (Cosmopolitan, May 1960)

    * "Where Is Janice Gantry?" (Cosmopolitan, December 1960)

    * "The Underwater Safari" (Bluebook, ? 1960)

    * "Travel Light and Travel Far" (Cosmopolitan, January 1961)

    * "Kitten on a Trampoline" (The Saturday Evening Post, 8 April 1961)

    * "A Young Man's Game" (Argosy, May 1961)

    * "Saturday's Child" (McCall's, May 1961)

    * "Double, Double" (Golf, June 1961)

    * "The Tempestuous Career of Molly Murdock" (McCall's, July 1961)

    * "Sing a Song of Terror" (The Saturday Evening Post, 9 September 1961)

    * "Hit and Run" (The Saturday Evening Post, 16 September 1961)

    * "One Monday We Killed Them All" (Cosmopolitan, November 1961)

    * "An Island of Her Own" (Redbook, February 1962)

    * "Where the Body Lies" (Cosmopolitan, August 1962)

    * "The Widow's Estate" (Good Housekeeping, October 1962)

    * "The Drowner" (Cosmopolitan, January 1963)

    * "The Obvious Woman" (The Saturday Evening Post, 30 March 1963)

    * "Funny the Way Things Work Out" (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, April 1963)

    * "End of the Tiger" (This Week, 20 October 1963)

    * "The Straw Witch" (This Week, 12 January 1964)

    * "Blurred View" (This Week, 23 February 1964)

    * "The Loveliest Girl in the World" (This Week, 15 March 1964)

    * "Wild, Wonderful Old Man" (This Week, 29 March 1964)

    * "The Night Jamie Grew Up" (This Week, 24 May 1964)

    * "A Touch of Miss Mint" (This Week, 19 July 1964)

    * "A Matter of Trust" (Redbook, August 1964)

    * "The White Lie" (This Week, 2 August 1964)

    * "Eyewitness" (Argosy, September 1964)

    * "Cop Probe" (Argosy, October 1964)

    * "The Legend of Joe Lee" (Cosmopolitan, October 1964)

    * "Bright Orange Shroud"* (Cosmopolitan, April 1965)

    * "Taste for Mischief" (This Week, 20 June 1965)

    * "Child Wife" (This Week, 29 August 1965)

    * "The Girl in the Yellow Suit" (This Week, 19 December 1965)

    * "Darker Than Amber"* (Cosmopolitan, April 1966)

    * "Funny Man" (The Saturday Evening Post, 21 May 1966)

    * "The Quickest Way Home" (This Week, 19 June 1966)

    * "Triangle" (Cavalier, September 1966)

    * "One Fearful Yellow Eye"* (Cosmopolitan, November 1966)

    * "Quarrel" (Playboy, May 1967)

    * "The Last One Left" (Argosy, July 1967)

    * "The Annex" (Playboy, May 1968)

    * "The Reference Room" (In With Malice Toward All, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1968)

    * "Dear Old Friend" (Playboy, April 1970)

    * "Double Hannenframmis" (Playboy, August 1970)

    * "Parody of Spillane" (The JDM Bibliophile, August 1970)

    * "He Was Always a Nice Boy" (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, March 1971)

    * "The Random Noise of Love" (In S*E*V*E*N, Fawcett Gold Medal, April 1971)

    * "The Willow Pool" (In S*E*V*E*N, Fawcett Gold Medal, April 1971)

    * "Woodchuck" (In S*E*V*E*N, Fawcett Gold Medal, April 1971)

    * "The Turquoise Lament"* (Cosmopolitan, March 1974)

    * "The Taste of Gravy" (Playboy, June 1974)

    * "The Dreadful Lemon Sky"* (Cosmopolitan, September 1975)

    * "Finding Anne Farley" (aka "Ring My Love with Diamonds") (Various Field Syndicate newspapers beginning 22 May 1977)

    * "Wedding Present" (Antaeus, Spring/Summer 1977)

    * "A Terminal Case"* (New York, 3 October 1977)

    * "Condominium" (Book Digest, November 1977)

    * "Friend of the Family" (Various Field Syndicate newspapers beginning 24 September 1978.

    * "The Accomplice" (In Who Done It?, Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, Spring 1980)

    * "J. R. Eats Humble Pie" (Panorama, September 1980)


       One More Sunday (Knopf, 1984)

The Lonely Silver Rain* (Knopf, 1985)

Barrier Island (Hodder and Stoughton, 1986)

A Friendship: The Letters of Dan Rowan and John D. MacDonald 1967-74 (Knopf, 1986)

    * "The Lad Is Not for Burning" (In Bred Any Good Rooks Lately?, Doubleday 1986.

        Reading for Survival (Library of Congress, 1987)


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A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY BY WALTER AND JEAN SHINE.



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