Order of Bill Pronzini Books
Bill Pronzini is an American novelist of detective fiction, western fiction, science fiction and several other genres. He is married to fellow mystery author Marcia Muller, who he often collaborates with. He is best known for his Nameless Detective novels and also writes the John Quincannon series.
Pronzini made his debut as a published author with the novel The Stalker in 1971. Below is a list of Bill Pronzini’s books in order of when they were originally released (which is also their chronological order):
Publication Order of Nameless Detective Books
Publication Order of Nameless Detective Short Stories
Publication Order of Nameless Detective Collections
Publication Order of John Quincannon Books
Publication Order of Carpenter and Quincannon Books
|The Bughouse Affair||(2013)|
|The Spook Lights Affair||(2014)|
|The Body Snatchers Affair||(2015)|
|The Plague of Thieves Affair||(2016)|
Publication Order of Carpenter and Quincannon Collections
Chronological Order of John Quincannon Books
Publication Order of Charlie Chan Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Mammoth Book Of… Anthologies
|The Mammoth Book of Short Crime Novels||(1986)|
|The Mammoth Book of Short Spy Novels||(1986)|
|The Mammoth Book of Private Eye Stories||(1988)|
|The Mammoth Book of World War II Stories||(1989)|
Publication Order of New Frontiers Anthologies
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
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Notes: Twospot was co-authored by Collin Wilcox. The Carpenter and Quincannon series and the novels Double, Beyond the Grave, The Lighthouse, Crucifixion River and 1001 Nights are co-authored with Marcia Muller. Charlie Chan in the Pawns of Death was written with Earl Derr Biggers under the house name of Robert Hart Davis. The Jack Figurine, Dead Run, Freebooty and Wildfire were written under the pseudonym Jack Foxx. Duel at Gold Buttes and Border Fever written as William Jeffrey with Jeffrey Wallmann. Day of the Moon was written under the pen name William Jeffrey. The Eye was co-authored by John Lutz. The Running of Beasts, Arts of Mercy, Prose Bowl and Problems Solved were co-authored by Barry N. Malzberg. With an Extreme Burning was also published as The Tormentor. Criminal Intent 1 was co-authored by Ed Gorman and Marcia Muller. Gun in Cheek was co-authored with Larry Lee and Mark Stephenson. The Mammoth Book of and New Frontiers anthology series were co-authored by Martin H. Greenberg.
Mystery Writers’ Choice was co-edited by Joe Cores. Dark Sins, Dark Dreams, The End of Summer, Night Screams, Shared Tomorrows, Bug-Eyed Monsters, The Giant Book of Horror Stories, The Great Tales of Mystery and Suspense, Classic Tales of Horror and the Supernatural, The Arbor House Treasury of Mystery and Suspense, Mystery in the Mainstream, Crime and Crime Again, Great Tales of Horror and the Supernatural and Masters of Horror and the Supernatural were edited with Martin H. Greenberg and Barry N. Malzberg.
The Web She Weaves, Child’s Ploy, Witches’ Brew, Chapter and Hearse, Dark Lessons, She Won the West, Deadly Arts, Wickedest Show on Earth, Lady on the Case, Kill or Cure, A Century of Mystery, Detective Duos and Duo were edited with Marcia Muller. The Mystery Hall of Fame and Murder in the First Reel were edited with Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh.
The Western Hall of Fame, The Outlaws, The Reel West, 13 Short Mystery Novels, The Arbor House Treasury of Great Western Stories, The Cowboys, The Ethnic Detectives, The Warriors, The Second Reel West, Railroaders, Steamboaters, Great Modern Police Stories, The Third Reel West, Women Sleuths, 101 Mystery Stories, The Cattlemen, Prime Suspects, Horse Soldiers, Uncollected Crimes, Suspicious Characters, The Gunfighters, 13 Short Detective Novels, Criminal Elements, Cloak and Dagger, The Texans, Best of the West, Homicidal Acts, The Californians, Felonious Assaults, The Northerners, The Northwesterns, Best of the West III, Christmas Out West, A Treasury of World War II Stories, The Montanans, Combat!, Great Tales of the West, The Giant Book of Private Eye Stories, Giant Book of Short Crime Stories, Giant Book of War Stories and Police Procedurals were edited with Martin H. Greenberg.
Manhattan Mysteries was edited with Martin H. Greenberg and Carol-Lynn Waugh. Hard-Boiled was co-edited by Jack Adrian. Pure Pulp was co-edited by Ed Gorman. Classic Tales of Horror and the Supernatural was also titled The Arbor House Treasury of Horror and the Supernatural.