SYKM


Ed McBain
Evan Hunter, Salvatore Lombino
[1926-2005]
The 87th Precinct cops in Isola, New York:

Cop Hater (1956)

The Mugger (1956)

The Pusher (1956)

The Con Man (1957)

Killer’s Choice (1957)

Killer’s Payoff (1958)

Killer’'s Wedge (1958)

Lady Killer (1958)

’Til Death (1959)

King’s Ransom (1959)

Give the Boys a Great Big Hand (1960)

The Heckler* (1960)

See Them Die (1960)

Lady, Lady, I Did It! (1961)

The Empty Hours (1962)

Like Love (1962)

Ten Plus One (1963)

Ax (1964)

He Who Hesitates (1965)

Doll (1965)

Eighty Million Eyes (1966)

Fuzz* (1968)

Shotgun (1968)

Jigsaw (1970)

Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here! (1971)

Sadie When She Died (1972)

Let's Hear it for the Deaf Man* (1972)

Hail to the Chief (1973)

Bread (1974)

Blood Relatives (1975)

So Long as You Both Shall Live (1976)

Long Time No See (1977)

Calypso (1979)

Ghosts (1980)

Heat (1981)

Ice (1983)

Lightning (1984)

Eight Black Horses* (1985)

Poison (1987)

Tricks (1987)

McBain’s Ladies [SS] (1988)

McBain’s Ladies, Too [SS] (1988)

Lullaby (1989)

Vespers (1990)

Widows (1991)

Kiss (1992)

Mischief* (1993)

And All Through the House (1994)

Romance (1995)

Nocturne (1997)

The Big Bad City (1999)

The Last Dance (2000)

Money, Money, Money (2001)
Finalist 2002 Edgar Award for Best Mystery Novel

Fat Ollie's Book (2003)
Finalist 2004 Nero Award

The Frumious Bandersnatch (2004)

Hark* (2004)

Fiddlers (2005) [post.]

Matthew Hope, an attorney in Florida:

Goldilocks (1977)

Rumplestiltskin (1981)

Beauty and the Beast (1983)

Jack and the Beanstalk (1984)

Snow White and Rose Red (1985)

Cinderella (1986)

Puss in Boots (1987)

The House That Jack Built (1988)

Three Blind Mice (1990)

Mary, Mary (1993)

There Was a Little Girl (1994)

Gladly the Cross-Eyed Bear (1996)

The Last Best Hope (1998)

Non-series Ed McBain:

The Sentries (1965)

Crime Squad (1968)

Homicide Department (1968)

Where There’s Smoke (1975)

Guns (1976)

The McBain Brief [SS] (1982)

Another Part of the City (1987)

Downtown (1989)

Gangs (1989)

Barking at Butterflies, and Other Stories (2000)

Driving Lessons (2000)

Alice in Jeopardy (2005)

The Gutter and the Grave (2005)
[revised and restored version of I’m Cannon—For Hire (1958), under pseudonym Curt Cannon]

Learning to Kill [SS] (2006)
[early pulp stories originally published 1952-57 under Evan Hunter and various pseudonyms]

Written as Evan Hunter:

The Evil Sleep (1952)

The Big Fix (1952)
APA: So Nude, So Dead (1952)
[written as Richard Marsten]

Find the Feathered Serpent (1952)

Don’t Crowd Me (1968)
APA: The Paradise Party

The Blackboard Jungle (1954)

The Proposition (1955)
APA: Cut Me In under pseudonym Hunt Collins

Tomorrow and Tomorrow (1956)
APA: Tomorrow's World (1956)
[written as Hunt Collins]

Second Ending (1956)
APA: Quartet in H

The Jungle Kids [SS] (1956)

Strangers When We Meet (1958)

A Matter of Conviction (1959)
APA: The Young Savages

The Last Spin and Other Stories (1960) [SS]

Mothers and Daughters (1961)

Happy New Year, Herbie, and Other Stories (1963) [SS]

Buddwing (1964)

The Paper Dragon (1966)

A Horse’s Head (1967)

Last Summer (1968)

Sons (1969)

Nobody Knew They Were There (1971)

The Beheading and Other Stories (1971)

Every Little Crook and Nanny (1972)

Seven, Constable (1972)

The Easter Man (a Play), and Six Stories (1972) [SS]

Come Winter (1973)

Streets of Gold (1974)

Walk Proud (1979)

Love, Dad (1981)

Far From the Sea (1983)

Lizzie (1984)

Criminal Conversation (1995)

Privileged Conversation (1996)

Me and Hitch (1997)

Candyland (2001)

The Moment She Was Gone (2002)

Written as Ed McBain with Craig Rice:

April Robin Murders (1958)

 
Written as Curt Cannon:
I’m Cannon—For Hire (1958) I Like ’Em Tough [SS] (1958)
Written as Richard Marsten:

Runaway Black (1954)

Death of a Nurse (1968)
APA: Murder in the Navy

The Spiked Heel (1956)

Vanishing Ladies (1957)

Even the Wicked (1957)
APA: Severn House (under pseudonym Ed McBain)

Big Man (1959)
published in England under pseudonym Ed McBain (1978)

Written as Ezra Hannon:

Doors (1975)

 
Written as John Abbott:

Scimitar (1992)