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Paul Theroux bibliography

List of the published work of Paul Theroux, American novelist, short story writer and travel writer.

Novels and short story collections

  • Waldo (1967)
  • Fong and the Indians (1968)
  • Murder in Mount Holly (1969)
  • Girls at Play (1971)
  • Jungle Lovers (1971)
  • Sinning with Annie (short stories, 1972)
  • Saint Jack (1973)
  • The Black House (1974)
  • The Family Arsenal (1976)
  • The Consul's File (linked short stories, 1977)
  • Picture Palace (1978)
  • A Christmas Card (1978)
  • London Snow (1980)
  • World's End (short stories, 1980)
  • The Mosquito Coast (1981)
  • The London Embassy (linked short stories, 1982)
  • Doctor Slaughter (1984) – filmed as Half Moon Street (1986)
  • O-Zone (1986)
  • The White Man's Burden (1987)
  • My Secret History (1989)
  • Chicago Loop (1990)
  • Millroy the Magician (1993)
  • The Greenest Island (1995)
  • My Other Life (1996)
  • Kowloon Tong (1997)
  • Hotel Honolulu (2001)
  • Nurse Wolf and Dr. Sacks (2001)
  • Stranger at the Palazzo D'Oro (novellas and short stories, 2004)
  • Blinding Light (2006)
  • The Elephanta Suite (three novellas, 2007)
  • A Dead Hand: A Crime in Calcutta (2009)
  • The Lower River (2012)
  • Mr. Bones (2014)

Short fiction

Title Year First published Reprinted/collected
The Furies 2013


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