RE: RARA-AVIS: Donald Westlake bibliography

From: Ron Clinton (
Date: 26 Jul 2010

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    Trent, you mentioned you wanted it "definitive"...but I don't see any reprints listed. A number of these went into other printings -- paperback, later hardcover (like the Tucker Coe books that saw hc reprints decades later), UK editions, limited editions, etc. Are you looking for info on those, or just listing the first appearances?

    Ron C.

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    > I have just added a Donald Westlake bibliography (novels only, so far) to
    > Violent World of Parker. I believe its the most complete and accurate
    > bibliography out there, mainly because I swiped all the material from the
    > bibliographies I found online (including Thrilling Detective's--thanks!)
    and made
    > some additions and corrections. I've also made the spreadsheet I used
    available for
    > download, should anyone want a checklist.
    > I would appreciate it if any Westlake fans out there could chime in with
    any needed
    > additions or corrections, because I'd really like to make it definitive.
    There are three
    > issues that I am aware of:
    > Westlake sleaze novels: Westlake acknowledged four sleaze novels, written
    > Edwin West, on his website. Lawrence Block confirmed three more that he
    > wrote, soon to be republished in the omnibus Hellcats and Honeygirls. So
    far as I
    > know, those are the only sleaze books that are 100% confirmed Westlake. I
    > prefer not to include any titles that aren't 100% confirmed as Westlake.
    If anyone
    > out there can confirm other titles, I'd appreciate it.
    > Order of publication within a year: This is hardly critical, but if I can
    get it, I'd like an
    > accurate publication order within any given year.
    > Confirmation of at least two publication years: Publication years for Sin
    Hellcat and
    > Comfort Station are not confirmed. I've found three possible years for
    > Station: 1970, 1972, and 1973. I would love confirmation on those (or,
    better yet,
    > copies of the books!).
    > Here it is. Any input is most welcome:
    > --Trent
    > The Violent World of Parker
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