The Golem

Books

  • Kar-Chee series
    • Rogue Dragon, Ace, 1965
    • The Kar-Chee Reign, Ace Double, 1966
  • Vergil Magus series (a fantasy series set an alternate ancient Mediterranean world in which harpies, basilisks, and satyrs exist during the Punic Wars).
    • The Phoenix and the Mirror, Doubleday, 1969; issued in 1970 as The Phoenix and the Mirror or, The Enigmatic Speculum in the Ace Science Fiction Specials series
    • Vergil in Averno, Doubleday, 1987
    • The Scarlet Fig; or Slowly through a Land of Stone; Rose Press, 2005
  • Peregrine series
    • Peregrine: Primus, Walker, 1971
    • Peregrine: Secundus, Berkley, 1981
  • Solo novels not part of a series
    • Mutiny in Space, Pyramid, 1964
    • Rork!, Berkley, 1965
    • Masters of the Maze, Pyramid, 1965
    • Clash of Star-Kings, Ace Double, 1966
    • The Enemy of My Enemy, Berkley, 1966
    • The Island Under the Earth, original to the Ace Science Fiction Specials series, 1969
    • Ursus of Ultima Thule, Avon, 1973
  • With Ward Moore
    • Joyleg, Pyramid, 1962
  • With Grania Davis
    • Marco Polo and the Sleeping Beauty, Baen, 1987
    • The Boss in the Wall, A Treatise on the House Devil, Tachyon Publications, 1998
  • Collections
    • Or All the Seas with Oysters, Berkley, 1962
    • Crimes and Chaos (collection), Regency, 1962
    • What Strange Stars and Skies, Ace, 1965
    • Strange Seas and Shores, Doubleday, 1971
    • The Enquiries of Doctor Eszterhazy, Warner, 1975
    • The Redward Edward Papers, Doubleday, 1978
    • The Best of Avram Davidson, Doubleday, 1979
    • Collected Fantasies, Berkley, 1982
    • The Adventures of Doctor Eszterhazy, Owlswick, 1990
    • Adventures in Unhistory, Owlswick, 1993
    • The Avram Davidson Treasury, Tor, 1998
    • The Investigations of Avram Davidson, Owlswick, 1999 [collected mystery stories]
    • Everybody Has Somebody in Heaven, Devora, 2000
    • The Other Nineteenth Century, Tor, 2001
    • ¡Limekiller!, Old Earth Books, 2003
  • Ellery Queen books: mysteries written under the Ellery Queen name
    • And on the Eighth Day, Random House, 1964
    • The Fourth Side of the Triangle, Random House, 1965

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