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Saturday, October 08, 2016

Ed McBain cover gallery

Ed McBain, a.k.a. Evan Hunter, Richard Marsten, Hunt Collins, etc. He was born Salvatore Albert Lombino, but legally adopted the name Evan Hunter in 1952. I should say that I've not included any titles by Dean Hudson, which Hunter denied using as a pen-name for sleaze novels published by William Hamling in the 1960s. Other believe Hunter wrote at least some of the 93 novels that appeared under that byline. Certainly the books were sold as by Hunter by his agent and Earl Kemp, who worked for Hamling, believed they were by Hunter or ghosts working for Hunter. Erin E. MacDonald in Ed McBain/Evan Hunter: A Literary Companion notes similarities in a number of Hudson's books to those of Hunter but concluded that "It may never be known for certain whether Evan Hunter was Dean Hudson, but if he was, it would have been no cause for concern. Many of the Hudson books are well written and contain styles, themes, and plot devices that may have helped McBain to become a famous best-selling author."


The Big Fix (New York: Falcon, 1952).
(no UK paperback)

The Evil Sleep (New York: Falcon, 1952; reprinted as So Nude, So Dead, as Richard Marsten, New York: Fawcett, 1956; reprinted as So Nude, So Dead, as Ed McBain, London, Titan Books, 2015).
Titan Books / Hard Case Crime 978-1781-16606-2, (Jul) 2015, 224pp, £7.99. Cover by Greg Manchess

Find the Feathered Serpent (Philadelphia: Winston, 1952).
(no UK paperback)

Danger: Dinosaurs, as Richard Marsten (Philadelphia: Winston, 1953).
(no UK paperback)

Don't Crowd Me (New York: Popular Library, 1953; London: Consul, 1960; reprinted as The Paradise Party, London: New English Library, 1968).
Consul Books N955, (Aug) 1960.
New English Library 2111, Feb 1968, 144pp, 3/6. Cover photo
New English Library 2745, (c.1970), 30p.

Rocket to Luna, as Richard Marsten (Philadelphia: Winston, 1953; London: Hutchinson, 1954).
(no UK paperback)

The Blackboard Jungle (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1954; London: Constable, 1955).
Panther Books 685, (Oct) 1957, 2/6. Cover by Cy Webb
---- [2nd imp.] Feb 1958; [3rd imp.] May 1958; [4th imp.] Dec 1958; [5th imp.] May 1959.
---- [6th imp.] Jun 1960, 255pp, 2/6.Cover by unknown
---- [xth imp.] 1964, 3/6. Cover by unknown
Four Square 2066, (Aug) 1967, 5/-.
New English Library 2744, (c.1970), 30p.

Cut Me In, as Hunt Collins (New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1954; London: Boardman, 1960; reprinted as The Proposition, New York: Pyramid, 1955; as by Ed McBain, London, Titan Books, 2016).
Titan Books / Hard Case Crime 978-1783-29445-9, Jan 2016, 240pp, £7.99. Cover by Robert McGinnis

Runaway Black, as Richard Marsten (New York: Fawcett, 1954; London: Red Seal, 1957).
Red Seal 68, nd (Apr 1957), 160pp, 2/-. Cover by unknown

Murder in the Navy, as Richard Marsten (New York: Fawcett, 1955; London: Muller, 1956; reprinted as Death of a Nurse, as Ed McBain, New York: Pocket Books, 1968; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1972).
Gold Medal 153, (Oct 1956), 174pp, 2/-. Cover by Clark Hulings
Coronet 0340-16070-5, 1972, 160pp, 25p. Cover photo

Cop Hater, as Ed McBain (New York: Permabooks, 1956; London: Boardman, 1958).
Penguin Books 1968, 1963, 171pp, 2/6. Cover photo
---- [xth imp.] 1970.

The Jungle Kids (New York: Pocket Books, 1956).
(no UK paperback)

Second Ending (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1956; London: Constable, 1956; reprinted as Quartet in "H", New York: Pocket Books, 1957).
Corgi Books 489, 3/6. Cover by Oliver Brabbins
New English Library 2157, (May 1968), 7/6.
New English Library 0445-00680-5, Jul 1971, 318pp, 40p. Cover photo

The Mugger, as Ed McBain (New York: Permabooks, 1956; London: Boardman, 1959).
Penguin Books 1969, 1963, 2/6.
Penguin Books 0140-01969-3 [2nd imp.] 1977, 157pp, 60p. Cover photo by Humphrey Sutton

The Pusher, as Ed McBain (New York: Permabooks, 1956; London: Boardman, 1959).
Penguin Books 1970, 1963, 2/6. Cover photo

The Spiked Heel, as Richard Marsten (New York: Holt, 1956; London: Constable, 1957).
Pan Books G192, 1958, 251pp. Cover by Sam Peffer
Corgi Books GN7074, 1964, 223pp, 3/6. Cover photo by Dunstan Pereira

Tomorrow's World, as Hunt Collins (New York: Avalon, 1956; reprinted as Tomorrow and Tomorrow, New York: Pyramid, 1956; as Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Ed McBain, London: Sphere, 1979).
Sphere 0722-15902-1, 1979, 190pp, 95p. Cover by Peter Elson

The Con Man, as Ed McBain (New York: Permabooks, 1957; London: Boardman, 1960).
Penguin Books 1971, 1963, 165pp.
Orion 0752-85794-0 (American Bloodhound 292), 2003, 201pp.

Killer's Choice, as Ed McBain (New York: Permabooks, 1957; London: Boardman, 1960).
Penguin Books 1972, 1963, 154pp.
Penguin Books 0140-01972-3 [2nd? imp.], 1970.

Vanishing Ladies, as Richard Marsten (New York: Permabooks, 1957; London: Boardman, 1961; as by Ed McBain, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1982).
Penguin Books 0140-05516-9, 1982,  143pp. Cover photo

The April Robin Murders, as Ed McBain, with Craig Rice (New York: Random House, 1958; London: Hammond, 1959).
Mayflower-Dell Paperbacks 0264, 1966, 192pp.

Even the Wicked, as Richard Marsten (New York: Permabooks, 1958; reprinted as by Ed McBain, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1979).
Penguin Books 0140-04849-9, 1979, 124pp, 85p. Cover photo by Humphrey Sutton
---- [2nd imp.] n.d., £3.50. Cover photo by Peter Williams

I Like 'Em Tough, as Curt Cannon (Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett, 1958).
(no UK paperback)

I'm Cannon--For Hire, as Curt Cannon (Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett, 1958; London: Fawcett, 1959; as The Gutter and the Grave by Ed McBain, London, Titan Books, 2005).
Gold Medal 355, (Oct) 1959.
Titan Books / Hard Case Crime 978-0857-68367-0, Dec 2005, 217pp. Cover by R. B. Farrell

Killer's Payoff, as Ed McBain (New York: Permabooks, 1958; London: Boardman, 1960).
Penguin Books 2119, 1964, 159pp, 2/6.
Penguin Books 0140-02119-1, 1978, 160pp.
---- [?3rd imp.] 1980

Lady Killer, as Ed McBain (New York: Permabooks, 1958; London: Boardman, 1961).
Penguin Books 2019, 1964, 2/6. Cover photo
Penguin Books 0140-02019-5 [2nd imp.] 1977, 171pp, 60p. Cover photo by Humphrey Sutton
---- [3rd imp.] Cover photo

Strangers When We Meet (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1958; London: Constable, 1958).
Corgi Books FN809, 1960, 445pp, 5/-. Cover still
Corgi Books 0552-11446-4, 1980, 317pp.

 
Big Man, as Marsten (New York: Pocket Books, 1959; reprinted, as by Ed McBain, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1978).
Penguin Books, 1978. Cover photo by Humphrey Sutton
---- [xth imp.] Cover photo

Killer's Wedge, as McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1959; London: Boardman, 1961).
Penguin Books 2149, 1964. Cover photo

 
 
King's Ransom, as McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1959; London: Boardman, 1961).
Penguin Books 2219, 1965. Cover photo
Penguin Books 0140-02219-8 [2nd imp.], 1978. Cover photo
---- [3rd imp.] 1980, 171pp, £1.75. Cover design

A Matter of Conviction (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1959; London: Constable, 1959; reprinted as The Young Savages, New York: Pocket Books, 1966).
Corgi Books 912, 3/6.
New English Library 2158, (Jun 1968), 5/-.

'Til Death, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1959; London: Boardman, 1961).
Penguin Books 2164, 1964, 2/6. Cover photo
---- [xth imp.] Cover photo

Give the Boys a Great Big Hand, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1960; London: Boardman, 1962).
Orion 0752-85979-x, 2004, 196pp.

The Heckler, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1960; London: Boardman, 1962).
Penguin Books, 1966, 173pp.
Penguin Books 0140-02393-3, 1977, 174pp.
Orion Books 0752-86378-9. 2004, 216pp.

The Last Spin and Other Stories, as Ed McBain (London: Constable, 1960; as by Hunter, London, Four Square, 1967).
Four Square 2067, (Aug) 1967, 3/6.

See Them Die, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1960; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1960).
New English Library 0450-00107-5, 1968, 141pp.
Pan Books 0330-25402-2, 1978, 158pp.
Coronet 0340-59337-7, 1994, 191pp.
Orion 0752-86379-7, 2004, 196pp.

Lady, Lady, I Did It! as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1961; London: Boardman, 1963).
Pan Books 0330-26095-2, 1980, 155pp.
Orion 0752-86410-6, 2005, 184pp.

Mothers and Daughters (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1961; London: Constable, 1961).
Corgi Books 0552-09047-6, 1972 , 543pp.
Corgi Boooks 0552-11445-6, 1980, 543pp.

The Remarkable Harry (London & New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1961).
(no UK paperback)

The Wonderful Button (London & New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1961).
(no UK paperback)

Like Love, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1962; London: Boardman, 1964).
Pan Books 0330-24851-0, 1976, 173pp, 50p. Cover photo

The Empty Hours, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1962; London: Boardman, 1963).
Pan Books 0330-26279-3, 1981, 190pp.
---- [4th imp.] n.d., 190pp, £2.50. Cover photo by Colin Thomas
Orion 0752-86411-4, 2005, 232pp.

Happy New Year, Herbie, and Other Stories (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1963; London: Constable, 1965).
Mayflower Books 11206-4, 1968, 191pp, 5/-. Cover photo

Ten Plus One, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1963; London: Hamilton, 1964).
Pan Books 0330-24116-8, 1975,
---- [?3rd imp.] £1.25.
---- [4th imp.] n.d., 188pp, £1.75. Cover photo

 
Ax, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1964; as Axe, London: Hamilton, 1964).
Pan Books 0330-24410-8, 1975, 140pp, 50p. Cover photo
---- [7th imp.] n.d., 140pp, £1.95. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

Buddwing (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1964; London: Constable, 1964).
Mayflower Books 0831, 1965, 5/-.
---- [?2nd imp.] 1967, 285pp.

Doll, as Ed McBain (New York: Delacorte, 1965; London: Hamilton, 1966).
Pan Books 0330-24823-5, 1976.
---- [5th imp.] n.d., 157pp, £1.95. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

He Who Hesitates, as Ed McBain (New York: Delacorte, 1965; London: Hamilton, 1965).
Pan Books 0330-02593-7, 1970, 157pp.
Coronet 0340-59331-8, 1994, 173pp.

The Sentries, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1965; London: Hamilton, 1965).
Panguin Books 2731, 1967, 300pp.
Sphere 0722-15762-2, 1986, 310pp.

Eighty Million Eyes, as Ed McBain (New York: Delacorte, 1966; London: Hamilton, 1966).
Pan Books 0330-02462-0, 1970, 171pp.
---- [5th imp.] 1975, 171pp, 50p. Cover photo

The Paper Dragon (New York: Delacorte, 1966; London: Constable, 1967).
Mayflower Books 11357-5, 1969, 488pp.

A Horse's Head (New York: Delacorte, 1967; London: Constable, 1968).
New English Library 2529, 1970, 160pp, 30p.

 
Fuzz, as McBain (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1968; London: Hamilton, 1968).
Pan Books 0330-02463-9, 1970.
---- [2nd imp.] 1971
---- [3rd imp.] 1972, 204pp, 30p. Cover based on movie poster
---- [xth imp.] Cover photo by Colin Thomas?

Last Summer (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1968; London: Constable, 1969).
Mayflower Books 11717-1, 1969, 25p. Cover photo based on movie poster

 
Shotgun, as Ed McBain (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1969; London: Hamilton, 1969).
Pan Books 0330-02702-6, 1971.
---- [2nd imp.] 1973
---- [3rd imp.] 1974, 157pp, 35p. Cover photo
---- [4th imp.]; [5th imp.]; [6th imp.]; [7th imp.]
---- [8th imp.] n.d., 157pp, £2.50. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

Sons (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1969; London: Constable, 1970).
Mayflower 0583-11907-7, 1971, 349pp.

Jigsaw, as Ed McBain (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1970; London: Hamilton, 1970).
Pan Books 0330-23172-3, 1972.
---- [2nd imp.] 1972.
---- [3rd imp.] 1974, 158pp, 30p. Cover photo

The Beheading and Other Stories (London: Constable, 1971).
(no UK paperback)

Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here, as Ed McBain (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1971; London: Hamilton, 1971).
Pan Books 0330-23549-4, 1973, 172pp.
Coronet 0340-59330-x, 1995, 196pp.

Nobody Knew They Were There (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1971; London: Constable, 1971).
Pan Books 0330-23522-2, 1973, 205pp.

The Easter Man: A Play and Six Stories (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1972).
(no UK paperback)

Every Little Crook and Nanny (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1972; London: Constable, 1972).
(no UK paperback)

Sadie When She Died, as Ed McBain (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1972; London: Hamilton, 1972).
Pan Books 0330-24012-9, 1979, 160pp.
Orion 0752-85615-4 (Crime Masterworks 29), 2003, 183pp.

Seven (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1972; London: Constable, 1972).
(no UK paperback)

Come Winter (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1973; London: Constable, 1973).
Pan Books 0330-24205-9, 1975, 203pp.

Hail to the Chief, as Ed McBain (New York: Random House, 1973; London: Hamilton, 1973).
Pan Books 030-24491-4, 1975, 140pp.

Let's Hear It for the Deaf Man, as Ed McBain (New York: Doubleday, 1973; London: Hamilton, 1973).
Pan Book 0330-24307-1, 1976, 190pp, 50p. Cover photo

Bread, as Ed McBain (New York: Random House, 1974; London: Hamilton, 1974).
Pan Books 0330-24850-2, 1976, 190pp.
Mandarin 0749-30925-3, 1995, 190pp.

Streets of Gold (New York: Harper & Row, 1974; London: Macmillan, 1975).
Pan Books 0330-25122-8, 1977, 471pp.
Corgi Books 0552-11963-6, 1982, 396pp.

Blood Relatives, as Ed McBain (New York: Random House, 1975; London: Hamilton, 1976).
Pan Books 0330-25177-5, 1977, 156pp, 60p. Cover photo
---- [xth imp.] £1.50.

Doors, as Ezra Hannon (New York: Stein & Day, 1975; London: Macmillan, 1976).
(no UK paperback)

Where There's Smoke, as Ed McBain (New York: Random House, 1975; London: Hamilton, 1975).
Pan Books 0330-25916-4, 1980, 141pp, 80p. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

The Chisholms: A Novel of the Journey West (New York: Harper & Row, 1976; London: Hamilton, 1976).
Corgi Books 0552-10518-x, 1977, 238pp.

Guns, as Ed McBain (New York: Random House, 1976; London: Hamilton, 1976).
Pan Books 0330-25962-8, 1980, 188pp, 80p. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

Me and Mr. Stenner (New York: Lippincott, 1976; London: Hamilton, 1977).
(no UK paperback)

So Long as You Both Shall Live, as Ed McBain (New York: Random House, 1976; London: Hamilton, 1976).
Pan Books 0330-25440-5, 1978, 141pp, £1.25.

Goldilocks, as Ed McBain, Matthew Hope series (New York: Arbor House, 1977; London: Hamilton, 1978).
Corgi Books 0552-11090-6, 1979, 203pp.
Coronet Books 0349-60298-8, 1994, 207pp.

Long Time No See, as Ed McBain (New York: Random House, 1977; London: Hamilton, 1977).
Pan Books 0330-25657-2, 1979, 254pp, 80p. Cover photo

Calypso, as Ed McBain (New York: Viking, 1979; London: Hamilton, 1979).
Pan Books 0330-26200-9, 1980, 191pp.

Walk Proud (New York: Bantam, 1979).
(no UK paperback)

Ghosts, as Ed McBain (New York: Viking, 1980; London: Hamilton, 1980).
Pan Books 0330-26370-6, 1972, 190pp, £1.75. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

Heat, as Ed McBain (New York: Viking, 1981; London: Hamilton, 1981).
Pan Books, £1.75.

Love, Dad (New York: Crown, 1981; London: Joseph, 1981).
Corgi Books 0552-11980-6, 1982, 413pp.

Rumpelstiltskin, as Ed McBain (New York: Viking, 1981; London: Hamilton, 1981).
Corgi Books 0552-12021-9, 1982, 266pp, £1.50. Cover photo

Beauty and the Beast, as Ed McBain (London: Hamilton, 1982; New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1983).
Coronet 0340-60296-1, 1995, 256pp.

The McBain Brief, as Ed McBain (London: Hamilton, 1982; New York: Arbor House, 1983).
Pan Books 0330-28181-x, 1983, 283pp, £1.75. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

Far from the Sea (New York: Atheneum, 1983; London: Hamilton, 1983).
Sphere 0722-14808-9, 1984, 214pp.

Ice, as Ed McBain (New York: Arbor House, 1983; London: Hamilton, 1983).
Pan Books 0330-28296-4, 1984, 288pp, £2.50. Cover photo by Colin Thomas
---- [4th imp.]

And All Through the House, as Ed McBain (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1984).
(no UK paperback)

Jack and the Beanstalk, as Ed McBain (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1984; London: Hamilton, 1984).
Sphere 0722-15725-8, 1985, 215pp.

Lightning, as Ed McBain (New York: Arbor House, 1984; London: Hamilton, 1984).
Pan Books 0330-29087-8, 1986, 267pp, £2.50. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

Lizzie (New York: Arbor House, 1984; London: Hamilton, 1984).
Sphere 0722-14809-7, 1986, 430pp.

Eight Black Horses, as Ed McBain (New York: Mysterious Press, 1985; London: Hamilton, 1985).
Pan Books 0330-29590-x, 1987, 250pp.
---- [2nd imp.] n.d., 250pp, £2.50. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

Snow White and Rose Red, as Ed McBain (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1985; London: Hamilton, 1985).
Sphere 0722-15726-6, 1986, 247pp, £2.95. Cover photo by John Knights

Another Part of the City, as Ed McBain (New York: Mysterious Press, 1986; London: Hamilton, 1986).
(no UK paperback)

Cinderella, as Ed McBain (New York: Holt, 1986; London: Hamilton, 1986).
Sphere 0772-15803-3, 1987, 217pp.

Poison, as Ed McBain (New York: Arbor House, 1987; London: Hamilton, 1987).
Pan Books 0330-30080-6, 1987, 264pp.

Puss in Boots, as Ed McBain (New York: Holt, 1987; London: Hamilton, 1987).
Sphere 0747-40091-1, 1989, 248pp, £2.99. Cover photo

Tricks, as Ed McBain (New York: Arbor House, 1987; London: Hamilton, 1987).
Pan Books 0330-30541-7, 1988, 247pp, £3.50. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

The House That Jack Built, as Ed McBain (New York: Holt, 1988; London: Hamilton, 1988).
Sphere 0747-40461-5, 1990, 248pp, £3.50. Cover photo by John Knights

McBain's Ladies: The Women of the 87th Precinct, as Ed McBain (New York: Mysterious Press, 1988; London: Hamilton, 1988).
Pan Books 0330-30821-1, 1989, 320pp.

Downtown, as Ed McBain (New York: Morrow, 1989; London: Heinemann, 1989).
Mandarin 0749-30289-5, 1990, 248pp.

Gangs, as Ed McBain (New York: Avon, 1989).
(no UK paperback)

Lullaby, as Ed McBain (New York: Morrow, 1989; London: Hamilton, 1989).
(no UK paperback but included in omnibus Three Great Novels Lullaby Vespers Widows, 2002)

McBain's Ladies, Too: More Women of the 87th Precinct, as Ed McBain (New York: Mysterious Press, 1989; London: Hamilton, 1990).
Pan Books 0330-31999-x, 1992, ix+262pp.

Three Blind Mice, as Ed McBain (New York: Arcade, 1990; London: Heinemann, 1991).
Mandarin 0749-30998-9, 1991, 293pp.

Vespers, as Ed McBain (New York: Morrow, 1990; London: Heinemann, 1990).
Mandarin 0749-30596-7, 1991, 331pp, £3.99. Cover design by Button Design Co.

Widows, as Ed McBain (New York: Morrow, 1991; London: Heinemann, 1991).
Mandarin 0749-30774-9, 1992, 308pp, £3.99. Cover design by Button Design Co.

Kiss, as Ed McBain (New York: Morrow, 1992; London: Heinemann, 1992).
Mandarin 0749-31230-0, 1992, 352pp.

Mary, Mary, as Ed McBain (New York: Warner, 1992; London: Heinemann, 1992).
Mandarin 0749-31231-9, 1993, 345pp.

Scimitar, as John Abbott (New York: Crown, 1992; London: Heinemann, 1992).
Mandarin 0749-31350-1, 1993, 290pp.

Mischief, as Ed McBain (New York: Morrow, 1993; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1993).
Coronet 0340-60301-1, 1993, 309pp.

Criminal Conversation (New York: Warner, 1994; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1994).
Coronet 0340-62877-4, £5.99. Cover photo

There Was a Little Girl, as Ed McBain (New York: Warner, 1994; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1994).
Coronet 0340-63964-4, 1995, 304pp.

Romance, as Ed McBain (New York: Warner, 1995; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1995).
New English Library 0340-63816-8, 1996, 321pp.

Gladly, the Cross-Eyed Bear, as Ed McBain (New York: Warner, 1996; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1996).
New English Library 0340-63987-3, 1997, 326pp.

Privileged Conversation (New York: Warner, 1996; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1996).
Coronet 0340-65764-2, 1996, 326pp, £5.99. Cover photo by Colin Thomas

Me and Hitch (London & Boston: Faber & Faber, 1997).
Faber 0571-19306-4, 1997, 91pp.

Nocturne, as Ed McBain (New York: Warner, 1997; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1997).
New English Library 0340-69540-4, 1997, 291pp.

The Last Best Hope, as Ed McBain (New York: Warner, 1998; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1998).
New English Library 0340-69542-0, 1998, 320pp.

The Big Bad City, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1999; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1999).
New English Library 0340-72804-3, 1999, 320pp.
Coronet 0340-75007-3, 1999, 320pp.

Driving Lessons, as Ed McBain (London: Orion, 1999; New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000).
(no UK paperback)

Barking at Butterflies, and Other Stories (Unity, Me.: Five Star, 2000; London: Allison & Busby, 2003).
(no UK paperback)

The Last Dance, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2000).
New English Library 0340-72806-x, 2000.

Running from Legs and Other Stories, as Ed McBain (Unity, Me.: Five Star, 2000; London: Allison & Busby, 2003).
(no UK paperback)

Candyland: A Novel in Two Parts, as Evan Hunter and Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001; London: Orion, 2001).
Orion 0752-84410-5, 2001, 352pp.

Money, Money, Money, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001; London: Orion, 2001).
Orion 0752-84839-9, 2002, 312pp.

Fat Ollie's Book, as Ed McBain (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2002; London: Orion, 2002).
Orion 0752-84276-5, 2003, 336pp.

The Moment She Was Gone (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2002; London: Orion, 2003).
(no UK paperback)

The Frumious Bandersnatch, as Ed McBain (London: Orion, 2003; New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004).
Orion 0752-85604-9, 2004, 287pp.

Hark!, as Ed McBain (New York, Simon & Schuster, 2004; London, Orion, 2004)
Orion 0752-86786-5, 2005,  352pp.

Alice in Jeopardy, as Ed McBain (New York, Simon & Schuster, 2004; London, Orion, 2005)
Orion 0752-86503-x, 2005, 341pp.

Fiddlers, as Ed McBain (New York, Harcourt, 2005; London, Orion, 2005)
Orion 0752-87374-1, 2005, 259pp.

Learning to Kill, as Ed McBain (New York, Harcourt, 2006)
(no UK paperback)

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