Order of Georgette Heyer Books
Georgette Heyer (1902-1974) was a British author of historical romance and detective fiction. She is best known for the creation of the Regency romance subgenre. Heyer is often compared to Jane Austen (whose novels are set in similar time periods), although Austen wrote her romances in contemporary times, whereas Heyer would have to detail the settings.
Georgette had her first novel published in 1921, which was titled The Black Moth. She is a prolific author, having at least one novel published each year for most of her career. Below is a list of Georgette Heyer’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Inspector Hannasyde Books
|Death in the Stocks||(1935)|
|Behold, Here's Poison||(1936)|
|They Found Him Dead||(1937)|
|A Blunt Instrument||(1938)|
Publication Order of Inspector Hemingway Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Notes: The Corinthian is also known as Beau Wyndham. Death in the Stocks was also published as Merely Murder. The Transformation of Philip Jettan was later published as Powder and Patch. Instead of the Thorn was published using the pen name of Stella Martin.