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Dennis Wheatley

Author Dennis WheatleyDennis Yates Wheatley was born South London 8th January 1897, the eldest of three children of an upper middle class family, owners of a wine business Wheatley and Son of Mayfair.

His schooling was at Dulwich College, from which he was expelled and, as it was decided that what the young Wheatley needed was discipline, as a cadet at HMS Worcester, a Napoleonic three decker training ship moored in the Thames, a training college for potential merchant navy officers.

From school he spent nine months in Germany and then joined the family wine business until WW1 intervened. Although only seventeen he eventually became a 2nd Lieut. in the Royal Field Artillery and after several postings in the British Isles saw service in Flanders on the Ypres Salient and in France at Cambrai and St. Quentin.

In 1918 he developed bronchitis aggravated by chlorine gas and was invalided back to hospital in England. He recovered enough to be declared fit about the time of the armistice but was never posted or formally demobilised and in 1919 he rejoined his father's business.

Wheatley married his first wife in 1922 and although his income was supplemented by his wife their extravagant lifestyle led to debts which had to be settled by his father. By 1927 he was once more in debt and supporting a mistress when his financial problems were solved by the death of his father and he became sole owner of the business.

By 1931 despite some imaginative marketing the business was almost bankrupt and he and his wife divorced. Later the same year he married his second wife who was to support him in his attempts at writing. His first book, Three Inquisitive People, was set aside by his publishers, Hutchinson, in favour of his next, The Forbidden Territory, which they published first in 1933. He began to concentrate on his writing although he retained an interest in the wine business for some years and also used his innovative marketing skills in a series of 'crime dossier' novels.

With the coming of WW2, already a successful novelist, Wheatley submitted a number of papers to the Joint Planning Staff of the war cabinet (an edited version of one, Total War, was published). He was eventually asked to join them, the only civilian given a commission directly into the Joint Planning Staff with the rank of Wing Commander, RAFVR.

After the war he continued writing the several series of thrillers that he had created, Duke de Richelieu, Gregory Sallust and Roger Brook, as well as other novels, an account of his war papers and his autobiography, the first volume of which had already been published when he died on 10th November, 1977.


The following is a list of the UK works of Dennis Wheatley in date order, not a list of the books we are offering for sale. For the the titles we currently have in stock see here

Original works

 

	1965 Arrow paperback	The Forbidden Territory
First issue date: 1933
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu historical novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1965 Arrow paperback


	1962 Arrow paperback	Such Power is Dangerous
First issue date: 1933
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron edn. ©1977
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1962 Arrow paperback


	1977 Arrow paperback	Old Rowley - A Private Life of Charles II
First issue date: 1933
Genre/Series: History and biography
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
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1977 Arrow paperback


	1963 Arrow paperback	Black August
First issue date: 1934
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1963 Arrow paperback


	Heron reprint	The Fabulous Valley
First issue date: 1934
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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	1961 Arrow paperback	The Devil Rides Out
First issue date: 1934
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu and Black Magic historical novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
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1961 Arrow paperback


	1975 Arrow paperback	The Eunuch of Stamboul
First issue date: 1935
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1975 Arrow paperback


	facsimile reprint	Murder Off Miami
First issue date: 1936
Genre/Series: Crime fiction
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated, crime fiction in the format of a police file with 'original' documents, statements, small items of evidence, etc., with sealed section containing the conclusion
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	1954 Hutchinson reprint	They Found Atlantis
First issue date: 1936
Genre/Series: Science fiction novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1954 Hutchinson reprint


	1966 Arrow paperback	Contraband
First issue date: 1936
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1966 Arrow paperback


	1975 Arrow paperback	The Secret War
First issue date: 1937
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron edn. ©1977
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1975 Arrow paperback


	facsimile reprint	Who Killed Roger Prentice?
First issue date: 1937
Genre/Series: Crime fiction
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Crime fiction in the format of a police file with 'original' documents, statements, small items of evidence, etc., with sealed section containing the conclusion
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	1938 Book Club edition	Red Eagle - The Story Of The Russian Revolution
First issue date: 1937
Genre/Series: History and Biography
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: History of the Russian revolution and biography of Klementy Efremovitch Voroshilov, Marshal and Commissar USSR
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1938 Book Club edition


	Heron reprint	The Golden Spaniard
First issue date: 1938
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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	facsimile reprint	The Malinsay Massacre
First issue date: 1938
Genre/Series: Crime fiction
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Crime fiction in the format of a police file with 'original' documents, statements, small items of evidence, etc., with sealed section containing the conclusion
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	Heron reprint	Uncharted Seas
First issue date: 1938
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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	ND (25th Thousand) Hutchinson Reprint	The Quest of Julian Day
First issue date: 1939
Genre/Series: A Julian Day story
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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	facsimile reprint	Herewith the Clues!
First issue date: 1939
Genre/Series: Crime fiction
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Crime fiction in the format of a police file with 'original' documents, statements, small items of evidence, etc., with sealed section containing the conclusion
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	1972 Hutchinson 'Lymington' edition, 	Sixty Days to Live
First issue date: 1939
Genre/Series: Science fiction novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
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1972 Hutchinson 'Lymington' edition,


	Heron reprint	Three Inquisitive People
First issue date: 1940
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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	1957 Hutchinson reprint	The Scarlet Impostor
First issue date: 1940
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1957 Hutchinson reprint


	1969 Arrow paperback	The Black Baroness
First issue date: 1940
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1969 Arrow paperback


	1974 Arrow paperback	Strange Conflict
First issue date: 1941
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu and Black Magic historical novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1974 Arrow paperback


	1941 1st edition	Total War
First issue date: 1941
Genre/Series: Paper on the way to prosecute a war
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated, paperback. This was one of Wheatley's papers submitted to the Joint Planning Staff of the War Cabinet, censored so as to be suitable for wartime publication
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1941 1st edition


	1958 Arrow paperback	The Sword of Fate
First issue date: 1941
Genre/Series: A Julian Day story
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
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1958 Arrow paperback


	Heron reprint	Mediterranean Nights
First issue date: 1942
Genre/Series: Short stories
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
New issue by Arrow in paperback 1963 containing new material and stories additonal to the Hutchinson 1st issue of 1942
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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	Heron reprint	'V' for Vengeance
First issue date: 1942
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
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	1966 Arrow paperback	Gunmen, Gallants and Ghosts
First issue date: 1943
Genre/Series: Short stories
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: New issue in paperback by Arrow 1963 containing new material and stories additonal to the Hutchinson 1st issue of 1943
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1966 Arrow paperback


The Man Who Missed the War
First issue date: 1945
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
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	1952 Hutchinson reprint	Codeword - Golden Fleece
First issue date: 1946
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1952 Hutchinson reprint


	1960 Arrow paperback	Come into my Parlour
First issue date: 1946
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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1960 Arrow paperback


	1947 1st edition	The Launching of Roger Brook
First issue date: 1947
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1947 1st edition


	Heron reprint	The Shadow of Tyburn Tree
First issue date: 1948
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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	1953 Hutchinson reprint	The Haunting of Toby Jugg
First issue date: 1948
Genre/Series: Black Magic novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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1953 Hutchinson reprint


	1973 Arrow paperback	The Rising Storm
First issue date: 1949
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1973 Arrow paperback


	1949 Riddle edition	The Seven Ages of Justerini's
First issue date: 1949
Genre/Series: Promotion
Publisher: Riddle Books, London
Notes: Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of Justerini and Brooks, Wine and Spirit Merchants of London
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1949 Riddle edition


	Heron reprint	Faked Passports
First issue date: 1949
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: 1st edition undated
Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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	Heron reprint	The Second Seal
First issue date: 1950
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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Of Vice and Virtue
First issue date: 1950
Genre/Series: Romance novel
Publisher: Privately Printed
Notes: This novel was commissioned by the British Foreign Office for specific circulation in the Middle East extolling the evils of communism and was only printed in Arabic and Persian.
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	1955 Hutchinson reprint	The Man Who Killed The King
First issue date: 1951
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1955 Hutchinson reprint


Worlds Far from Here
First issue date: 1952
Genre/Series: Omnibus of out of series adventure novels
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Comprises: Uncharted Seas, The Man who Missed the War, They Found Atlantis
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	1952 1st edition	Star Of Ill-omen
First issue date: 1952
Genre/Series: Science fiction novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes:
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1952 1st edition


	1953 1st edition	Curtain of Fear
First issue date: 1953
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1953 1st edition


	1976 Arrow paperback	To The Devil - A Daughter
First issue date: 1953
Genre/Series: Black Magic novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1976 Arrow paperback


	1957 Hutchinson reprint	The Island Where Time Stands Still
First issue date: 1954
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1957 Hutchinson reprint


The Secret Missions of Gregory Sallust
First issue date: 1955
Genre/Series: Gregory Sallust omnibus
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Comprises: The Scarlet Imposter, Faked Passports, The Black Baroness
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	1955 1st edition	The Dark Secret of Josephine
First issue date: 1955
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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1955 1st edition


	Heron reprint	The Ka of Gifford Hillary
First issue date: 1956
Genre/Series: Black Magic novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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The Black Magic Omnibus
First issue date: 1956
Genre/Series: Omnibus of black magic novels
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Comprises: The Devil Rides Out, Strange Conflict, To the Devil - A Daughter
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	1965 Arrow paperback	The Prisoner in The Mask
First issue date: 1957
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1965 Arrow paperback


Death in the Sunshine
First issue date: 1958
Genre/Series: Omnibus of 'out of series' adventure novels
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Comprises: The Fabulous Valley, The Secret War and The Eunuch of Stamboul
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	Heron reprint	Traitors' Gate
First issue date: 1958
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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Plot and Counterplot
First issue date: 1959
Genre/Series: Gregory Sallust omnibus
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Comprises: Black August, Contraband and The Island where Time Stands Still
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	1959 1st edition	Stranger Than Fiction
First issue date: 1959
Genre/Series: Autobiography and war papers
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Autobiographical account of his work with the Joint Planning Staff of the War Cabinet, WW2, together with the papers he prepared,
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1959 1st edition


	1959 1st edition	The Rape of Venice
First issue date: 1959
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1959 1st edition


	1974 Arrow paperback	The Satanist
First issue date: 1960
Genre/Series: Black Magic novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1972
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1974 Arrow paperback


Saturdays with Bricks - and Other Days under Shell Fire
First issue date: 1961
Genre/Series: Autobiography
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Notes about his hobby of bricklaying (with illustrations of his home 'Lymington') and of his experiences in World War 1
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	1961 1st edition	Vendetta in Spain
First issue date: 1961
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1961 1st edition


	1962 1st edition	Mayhem in Greece
First issue date: 1962
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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1962 1st edition


	1965 Arrow paperback	The Sultan's Daughter
First issue date: 1963
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1965 Arrow paperback


	1975 Arrow paperback	Bill for the Use of a Body
First issue date: 1964
Genre/Series: A Julian Day story
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1975 Arrow paperback


	1964 1st edition	They used Dark Forces
First issue date: 1964
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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1964 1st edition


	1965 1st edition	Dangerous Inheritance
First issue date: 1965
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1975
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1965 1st edition


1749-1965 The Eight Ages of Justerini's
First issue date: 1965
Genre/Series: Promotion
Publisher: Dolphin Publishing, Aylesbury
Notes: Celebration of Justerini and Brooks, Wine and Spirit Merchants of London - the 1949 title of "The Seven Ages of Justerini's" brought up to date
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	1966 1st edition	The Wanton Princess
First issue date: 1966
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1966 1st edition


	1967 1st edition	Unholy Crusade
First issue date: 1967
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1973
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1967 1st edition


	Heron reprint	The White Witch Of The South Seas
First issue date: 1968
Genre/Series: A Gregory Sallust adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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	Heron reprint	Evil in a Mask
First issue date: 1969
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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	1970 1st edition	Gateway to Hell
First issue date: 1970
Genre/Series: A Duke de Richlieu and Black Magic story
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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	1971 1st edition	The Devil and All His Works
First issue date: 1971
Genre/Series: Study of Satanism and the occult
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: A large format book with numerous illustrations
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1971 1st edition


	1971 1st edition	The Ravishing of Lady Mary Ware
First issue date: 1971
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1974
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1971 1st edition


	1972 1st edition	The Strange Story Of Linda Lee
First issue date: 1972
Genre/Series: Adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron edn. ©1977
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1972 1st edition


	1973 1st edition	The Irish Witch
First issue date: 1973
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook and Black Magic historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron edn. ©1975
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1973 1st edition


	Heron reprint	Desperate Measures
First issue date: 1974
Genre/Series: A Roger Brook historical adventure novel
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Reprinted in Heron/Edito-Service edn. ©1975
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	1977 1st edition	The Time has Come - The Young Man Said - Memoirs 1897-1914
First issue date: 1977
Genre/Series: Autobiography
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: His childhood years - illustrated
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1977 1st edition


	1978 1st edition	The Time has Come - Officer and Temporary Gentleman - Memoirs 1914-1919
First issue date: 1978
Genre/Series: Autobiography
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: His years during WW1 - illustrated
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1978 1st edition


	1979 1st edition	The Time has Come - Drink and Ink - Memoirs 1919-1977
First issue date: 1979
Genre/Series: Autobiography
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: His years post WW1 in business and as an author - illustrated
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1979 1st edition


	1981 Arrow paperback	The Time has Come (contains 'The Young Man Said', 'Officer and Temporary Gentleman' and 'Drink and Ink'
First issue date: 1981
Genre/Series: Autobiography
Publisher: Arrow, London
Notes: Paperback edition combining the content of the three hardback volumes with some of the illustrations
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1981 Arrow paperback


	1980 1st edition	The Deception Planners: My Secret war
First issue date: 1980
Genre/Series: Autobiography and WW2 non-fiction
Publisher: Hutchinson, London
Notes: Autobiography and account of the operations of the Joint Planning Staff of the War cabinet, WW2
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1980 1st edition


Associated works


as editor: A Century of Horror
First issue date:
Genre/Series: Horror and mystery short stories
Publisher: Hutchinson, London, ND (c1936)
Notes: Original introduction by Dennis Wheatley, a collection of horror and mystery extracts and short stories, contributors include: Mark Channing, Honore de Balzac, Walter de la Mare, Guy de Maupassant, F. Tennyson Jesse, Edgar Allan Poe, Saki, Bram Stoker, Evelyn Waugh, H. G. Wells, Dennis Wheatley ('The Snake' ex Gunmen, Gallants and Ghosts) and other authors
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