Bibliography

 

STORIES

• "E.Q. Griffen Earns His Name"

• first published in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (December 1968)

• "E.Q. Griffen's Second Case"

• first published in EQMM (May 1970)

• "Sam Buried Caesar"

• first published in EQMM (August 1971)

"Invitation to a Murder"

• first published in EQMM (August 1972)

• reprinted in Ellery Queen's Anthology (Spring/Summer 1977)

• reprinted in Women's Wiles (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979)

• reprinted in Top Crime: The Author's Choice (J.M. Dent & Sons, 1983)

• reprinted in Top Crime: The Author's Choice (St. Martin's Press, 1984)

• reprinted in Mysterious Circumstances (Perfection Learning, 2000)

• "Crank Call"

• first published in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine (September 1972)

• "The Theft of the Spy Who"

• first published in EQMM (September 1972)

• "S.O.S."

• first published in EQMM as "The Tipoff" (December 1972)

• "A Clear Case of Death"

• first published in AHMM (February 1973)

• "Gemini"

• first published in AHMM (September 1973)

• "Skyjack"

• first published in EQMM (October 1973)

• "Take One"

• first published in AHMM (November 1973)

• "Tonight's the Night"

• first published in AHMM (April 1974)

• "The Dilmun Exchange" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in EQMM (July 1984)

• reprinted in The Year's Best Mystery and Suspense Stories (Walker & Co., 1985)

"The Beer Drinkers" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in EQMM (December 1984)

• reprinted in The Ethnic Detectives (Dodd, Mead & Company, 1985)

• "The Spy and the Suicide Club" (written with Edward D. Hoch)

• first published in EQMM (January 1985)

• "Stork Trek" (written with Edward Wellen)

• first published in AHMM (July 1985)

• reprinted in Alfred Hitchcock's Most Wanted (Summer 1988)

• reprinted in Beastly Tales (Wynwood Press, 1989)

• "Caves in Cliffs"

• first published in Top Fantasy: The Author's Choice (J.M. Dent & Sons, 1985)

• reprinted in The Young Oxford Book of Ghost Stories (OUP, 1994)

• reprinted in Ghost Stories 2 (Oxford University Press, 2000)

• "Message From Lowanda"

• first published in Espionage (August 1985)

• "Assignment: Vienna"

• Part 1 first published in Espionage (November 1985)

• Part 2 first published in Espionage (February 1986)

• "The Tree of Life" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in EQMM (Mid-December 1985)

• "The Qatar Causeway" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in AHMM (January 1986)

• reprinted in Murder Takes a Holiday (Barnes & Noble Books, 1992)

• "The Tortoise and Hare"

• first published in Espionage (April 1986)

• "ASU" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in EQMM (April 1986)

• "The Groucho Marx Murders"

• first published in Hardboiled (Spring 1986)

• "Jemaa el Fna" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in EQMM as "The Exchange" (June 1986)

• "The Defenestration of Prague"

• Part 1 first published in Espionage (June 1986)

• Part 2 first published in Espionage (August 1986)

• "The Night of Power" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in EQMM (September 1986)

• reprinted in The Year's Best Mystery and Suspense Stories (Walker & Co., 1987)

• reprinted in Murder Intercontinental (Carroll & Graf, 1996)

• "Busman's Holiday"

• first published in The New Black Mask (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986)

• "Eighty Million Noses"

• first published in Hardboiled (Spring 1987)

• "Chain Reaction"

• first published in Espionage (May 1987)

• "On the Beach" (published as by Chas. J. Thorpe)

• first published in Espionage (May 1987)

• recorded for The Best Mystery Stories of the Year 1988 (Dercum Audio, 1988)

• "Better Safe Than Sorry" (written with Michael Avallone)

• first published in Hardboiled (Summer/Fall 1987)

• "All That Mattered" (written with Joe L. Hensley)

• first published in Robak's Firm (Doubleday Crime Club, 1987)

• "DDS 10752 Libra" (written with John Lutz)

• first published in An Eye For Justice (Mysterious Press, 1988)

• reprinted in Match Me Sidney! (No Exit Press, 1989)

• reprinted in Detectives (Amsco School Publications, 2000)

• "The Milky Way"

• first published in A Matter of Crime 3 (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988)

• "Sheikh's Beach" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in Detective Story Magazine (#2, 1988)

• "The Seven-Year Bitch" (written with Dan J. Marlowe)

• first published in Hardboiled (Special Double Final Issue, 1990)

• "The Leo's Den Affair" (written with Francis M. Nevins, Jr.)

• first published in Dick Tracy: The Secret Files (Tor, 1990)

• "Annika Andersson" (written with Stanley Cohen)

• first published in EQMM (February 1993)

• "The Ivory Beast" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published in Gathering (Summer 1991)

• reprinted in New Mystery (Vol. II #1, 1993)

• "Won't You Come Out Tonight?"

• first published in EQMM (March 2004)

• read by the author as the August 2013 entry in EQMM's monthly podcast

• "The Sword of God" (a Mahboob Chaudri story)

• first published online

• reprinted in The Mammoth Book of Best International Crime (Robinson, 2009)

• reprinted in The Mammoth Book of the World's Best Crime Stories (Running Press, 2009)

• "Ga Je Mee?"

• first published online

• reprinted online in Litro (October 2011)

• "The German Cologne Mystery" (written with Jon L. Breen)

• first published in EQMM (September/October 2005)

• "History on the Bedroom Wall" (written with Rebecca Jones)

• first published in EQMM (September/October 2009)

• "iMurder"

• first published in EQMM (July 2011)

BOOK-LENGTH PROJECTS

Uitnodiging tot Moord

first published in Holland as a trade paperback (Loeb Uitgevers, 1982)

• reissued in Holland as a mass-market paperback (Bruna Zwarte Beertjes, 1983)

• contents (the italicized titles have to date been published only in Dutch): "De Hijger" ("Crank Call"), "Maskerade" ("Masquerade"), "Kettingreactie" ("Chain Reaction"), "De Tip" ("S.O.S."), "Een Koude Douche" ("A Clear Case of Death"), "Mijn Broeders Hoeder" ("My Brother's Keeper"), "De Moord op Marja" ("Murdering Mary"), "Het Doet Maar Eventjes Pijn" ("This Will Only Hurt for a Moment"), "De Hele Waarheid Over Hoe Ik 't 'm Gelapt Hep" ("The Whole Truth About How I Done It"), "Busman's Holiday," "Andermans Gras" ("The Other Man's Grass"), "De Kwartjesautomaat" ("The Dime Machine"), "Uitnodiging tot een Moord" ("Invitation to a Murder"), "Oostenrijks Intermezzo" ("Assignment: Vienna"), "De Laatste Rekenliniaalfabriek" ("The Last Slide-Rule Company"), "Tijd voor een Verandering" ("Time for a Change"), "De Ontsnapping" ("The Escape"), "Een Besloten Moord" ("A Locked-Room Murder")

Partners in Crime

Dutch T(h)reat

 

ANTHOLOGIES (edited by Josh Pachter)

Top Crime: The Author's Choice

• first published in England (J.M. Dent & Sons, 1983)

• published in Holland as Meesters der Misdaad (Loeb Uitgevers, 1983)

• published in two volumes in Argentina as La Crema del Crimen (Emece, 1983)

• published in the US as Top Crime: The Author's Choice (St. Martin's Press, 1984)

• published in Germany as Top Crime (Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1984)

• published in Finland as Top Crime: Jännityksen Valiot (Kirjayhtymä Oy, 1984)

Misdaad op Bezoek

• published in Holland (Loeb Uitgevers BV, 1984)

Top Science Fiction: The Author's Choice

• first published in England (J.M. Dent & Sons, 1984)

• published in two volumes in Holland as Top SF1 and Top SF2 (Bruna, 1986)

• published in Argentina as La Crema de la Ciencia Ficcion (Emece, 1986)

• published in three volumes in Germany as Top Science Fiction (Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1987, 1988, 1990)

• published in two volumes in Finland as Top Science Fiction 1 and Top Science Fiction 2 (Kustannus Oy, 1990, 1993)

Top Horror: The Author's Choice

• first published in Germany as Top Horror (Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1984)

• published in Holland as Top Horror (Loeb Uitgevers, 1985)

Top Fantasy: The Author's Choice

• first published in England (J.M. Dent & Sons, 1985)

• published in two volumes in Germany as Top Fantasy (Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1987, 1988)

 

TRANSLATIONS

De Negen Levens van Fat Freddy's Kat, by Gilbert Shelton

• translated from English to Dutch with Lydia Pachter (Loeb Uitgevers BV, 1981)

Door de Bocht Scheuren met de Vermaarde Behaarde Freak Brothers, by Gilbert Shelton

• translated from English to Dutch with Lydia Pachter (Drukwerk, 1981)

Mister Snoid en wat Andere Verhalen, by Robert Crumb

• translated from English to Dutch with Lydia Pachter (Drukwerk, 1981)

Paperbacks, USA: A Graphic History, 1939-1959, by Piet Schreuders

• translated from Dutch to English (Blue Dolphin, 1981)

• published simultaneously in England as The Book of Paperbacks (Virgin, 1981)

The Beatles: An Illustrated Diary, by Har van Fulpen

• translated from Dutch to English (Plexus Publishing Limited, 1982)

Sexbomb: The Life and Death of Jayne Mansfield, by Guus Luijters and Gerard Timmer

• translated from Dutch to English (Citadel Press, 1985)

• "There Goes Ravelaar!," by Janwillem van de Wetering

• translated from Dutch to English, first published in EQMM (January 1985)

• nominated for Best Short Story of 1986 by the Mystery Writers of America

• "Houseful of Mussels," by Janwillem van de Wetering

• translated from Dutch to English, first published in EQMM (April 1985)

• "The Red Mercedes," by Theo Capel

• translated from Dutch to English, first published in EQMM (June 2004)

• reprinted in Passport to Crime (Carroll & Graf, 2007)

• "Bloody Hot," by Rene Appel

• translated from Dutch to English, first published in EQMM (August 2006)

• reprinted in Passport to Crime (Carroll & Graf, 2007)

• "A Long Cherished Dream," by Carla Vermaat

• translated from Dutch to English, first published in EQMM (June 2009)

• "Out of the Blue," by Carla Vermaat

• translated from Dutch to English, published in The Mammoth Book of Best International Crime (Robinson, 2009)

• reprinted in The Mammoth Book of the World's Best Crime Stories (Running Press, 2009)

• "The Temp," by Rene Appel

• translated from Dutch to English, published in The Mammoth Book of Best International Crime (Robinson, 2009)

• reprinted in The Mammoth Book of the World's Best Crime Stories (Running Press, 2009)

• "The Candy-Factory Girls," by Tessa de Loo

• translated from Dutch to English, first published in EQMM (November 2009)

• reprinted online (as "The Sweet Factory Girls") in Litro (January 2011)

• "Stinking Plaster," by Bavo Dhooge

• translated from Flemish to English, first published in EQMM (September/October 2011)

• "Checkmate in Chimbote," by Bob Van Laerhoven

• translated from Flemish to English, first published in EQMM (June 2014)

MISCELLANEOUS

juvenalia

"The ABC's of Murder"

The Baker Street Journal

The Brook Street Mystery Unraveled

Ellery Queen's Mystery Calendar

Excerpta Medica

De Poezenkrant

The Brooklyn Bridge Bulletin

Thrillers & Detectives

Mystery & Detective Monthly

Mystery Scene

The Short Sheet

Games

CD booklets

The Spectrum/The Voice

Tri-Scene

• "Perfect Match" (from the June 2011 online edition of The Bark magazine)

• "Looking Back on a Half-Century Love Affair With EQMM" (from the Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine blog, posted on December 5, 2012)

• "Translating is Gezellig" (from the Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine blog, posted on December 18, 2013)

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