Murray Leinster | bibliography

Bibliography

Leinster as depicted in Amazing Stories in 1953

Novels

Far East

Sword of Kings, John Long, 1933.

Mystery

  • Scalps, Brewer & Warren, 1930. (also known as Wings of Chance)
  • Murder Madness, Brewer & Warren, 1931; first serialized in Astounding, May - August 1930.
  • Murder Will Out (as Will F. Jenkins), John Hamilton, 1932.
  • No Clues (as Will F. Jenkins), Wright & Brown, 1935.
  • Murder in the Family (as Will F. Jenkins), John Hamilton, 1935; first appeared in Complete Detective Novels, April 1934.
  • The Man Who Feared (as Will F. Jenkins), Gateway, 1942; first serialized in Detective Fiction Weekly, August 9–30, 1930.

Romance

as Louisa Carter Lee

  • Her Desert Lover: A Love Story, Chelsea House 1925.
  • Her Other Husband: A Love Story, Chelsea House 1929.
  • Love and Better: A Love Story, Chelsea House 1931.
Leinster's "Planet of Sand" was cover-featured on the February 1948 issue of Famous Fantastic Mysteries
Leinster's "The Strange Invasion" was the cover story on the April 1958 issue of Satellite Science Fiction. It was issued in book form later that year as War with the Gizmos.

Science fiction

  • The Murder of the U.S.A. (as Will F. Jenkins), Crown, 1946.
  • Fight for Life, Crestwood, 1949.
  • Space Platform, Shasta Publishers, February 1953.
  • Space Tug, Shasta Publishers, 1953
  • The Black Galaxy, Galaxy, 1954; first appeared in Startling, March 1949.
  • Gateway to Elsewhere, Ace, 1954; first appeared as "Journey to Barkut" in Startling, January 1952.
  • The Brain-Stealers, Ace, 1954; first appeared as "The Man in the Iron Cap" in Startling, November 1947.
  • Operation: Outer Space, Fantasy Press, 1954.
  • The Forgotten Planet, Ace, 1954.
  • The Other Side of Here, Ace, 1955; first serialized as The Incredible Invasion in Astounding, August - December 1936.
  • The Planet Explorer,; HUGO Award for best novel of the year, 1957.
  • City on the Moon, Avalon, 1957.
  • War with the Gizmos, Fawcett, 1958.
  • Four from Planet 5, Fawcett, 1959; first appeared as "Long Ago, Far Away" in Amazing, September 1959.
  • The Monster from Earth's End, Fawcett, January, 1959.
  • The Mutant Weapon, Ace, 1959; first appeared as "Med Service" in Astounding, August 1957.
  • The Pirates of Zan, Ace, 1959; first serialized as The Pirates of Ersatz in Astounding, February - April 1959.
  • Men Into Space, Berkley, 1960; an episodic but original novel, based on the television series.
  • The Wailing Asteroid, Avon, December 1960.
Talents Incorporated book cover
  • Creatures of the Abyss, Berkley, 1961 (also known as The Listeners).
  • This World is Taboo, Ace, 1961; first appeared as "Pariah Planet" in Amazing, July 1961.
  • Operation Terror, Berkley, 1962.
  • Talents Incorporated, Avon, 1962.
  • The Other Side of Nowhere, Berkley, May 1964; first serialized as Spaceman in Analog, March - April 1964.
  • Time Tunnel, Pyramid, July 1964.[8]
  • The Duplicators, Ace, 1964; first appeared as "Lord of the Uffts" in Worlds of Tomorrow, February 1964.
  • The Greks Bring Gifts, Macfadden, 1964.
  • Invaders of Space, Berkley, December 1964.
  • Tunnel Through Time, Westminster Press, 1966.[citation needed]
  • Space Captain, Ace, 1966; first serialized as Killer Ship in Amazing, October - December.
  • Checkpoint Lambda, Berkley, 1966; first serialized as Stopover in Space in Amazing, June - August 1966.
  • Miners in the Sky, Avon, April 1967.
  • Space Gypsies, Avon, June 1967.
  • The Time Tunnel, Pyramid, January 1967; original promotional novel based on the 1966–1967 U.S television series The Time Tunnel, a very different story than Leinster's 1964 novel of the same name.
  • The Time Tunnel: Timeslip!, Pyramid, July 1967; original novel based on the television series.
  • Land of the Giants, Pyramid, September 1968; original novel based on television series, reinventing the origin story.
  • Land of the Giants 2: The Hot Spot, Pyramid, April 1969; original novel based on the television series.
  • Land of the Giants 3: Unknown Danger, Pyramid, September 1969; original novel based on the television series.
  • Politics, in Amazing Stories, No. 6, June 1932

Western

  • The Gamblin' Kid (as Will F. Jenkins), A. L. Burt, 1933; first appeared in Western Action Novels, March 1937.
  • Mexican Trail (as Will F. Jenkins), A. L. Burt, 1933.
  • Outlaw Sheriff (as Will F. Jenkins), King, 1934.
  • Fighting Horse Valley (as Will F. Jenkins), King, 1934.
  • Kid Deputy (as Will F. Jenkins), Alfred H. King, 1935; first serialized in Triple-X Western, February - April 1928.
  • Black Sheep (as Will F. Jenkins), Julian Messer, 1936.
  • Guns for Achin (as Will F. Jenkins), Wright & Brown, 1936; first appeared in Smashing Novels, November 1936.
  • Wanted Dead or Alive!, Quarter Books, 1949; first serialized in Triple-X Magazine, February - May 1929.
  • Outlaw Guns, Star Books, 1950.
  • Son of the Flying 'Y' (as Will F. Jenkins), Fawcett, 1951.
  • Cattle Rustlers (as Will F. Jenkins), Ward Lock, 1952.
  • Dallas (as Will F. Jenkins), Fawcett, 1950. Novelization of screenplay by John Twist.

Story collections

Reprint of "The Red Dust", May 1949
  • The Last Space Ship, Fell, 1949.
    • "The Boomerang Circuit", Thrilling Wonder, June 1947
    • "The Disciplinary Circuit", Thrilling Wonder, Winter 1946
    • "The Manless Worlds", Thrilling Wonder, February 1947
  • Sidewise in Time, Shasta Publishers, 1950.
    • "Sidewise in Time", Astounding, June 1934
    • "Proxima Centauri", Astounding, March 1935
    • "A Logic Named Joe" (as Will F. Jenkins), Astounding, March 1946
    • "De Profundis", Thrilling Wonder, Winter 1945
    • "The Fourth-Dimensional Demonstrator", Astounding, December 1935
    • "Power", Astounding, September 1945
  • The Forgotten Planet, Gnome Press, 1954.
    • "The Mad Planet", Argosy, June 12, 1920
    • "The Red Dust", Argosy All-Story Weekly, April 2, 1921
    • "Nightmare Planet", Science Fiction Plus, June 12, 1952
  • Colonial Survey, Gnome Press, 1957 (also known as The Planet Explorer).
    • "Solar Constant", Astounding, July 1956 as "Critical Difference"
    • "Sand Doom", Astounding, December 1955
    • "Combat Team", Astounding, March 1956 as "Exploration Team"
    • "The Swamp Was Upside Down", Astounding, September 1956
  • Out of This World, Avalon, 1958.
    • "The Deadly Dust" (as William Fitzgerald), Thrilling Wonder, August 1947
    • "The Gregory Circle" (as William Fitzgerald), Thrilling Wonder, April 1947
    • "The Nameless Something" (as William Fitzgerald), Thrilling Wonder, June 1947
  • Monsters and Such, Avon, 1959.
    • "The Castaway", Argosy, September 1946
    • "De Profundis", Thrilling Wonder, Winter 1945
    • "If You Was a Moklin", Galaxy, September 1951
    • "The Lonely Planet", Thrilling Wonder, December 1949
    • "Nobody Saw the Ship", Future, May–June 1950
    • "Proxima Centauri", Astounding, March 1935
    • "The Trans-Human", Science Fiction Plus, December 1953
  • Twists in Time, Avon, 1960.
    • "Rogue Star", first publication
    • "Dear Charles", Fantastic, May 1953
    • "Dead City", Thrilling Wonder, Summer 1946 as "Malignant Marauder"
    • "Sam, This Is You", Galaxy, May 1955
    • "The Other Now", Galaxy, March 1951
    • "The Fourth-Dimensional Demonstrator", Astounding, December 1935
    • "The End", Thrilling Wonder, December 1946
  • The Aliens, Berkley, March 1960.
    • "The Aliens", Astounding, August 1959
    • "Fugitive From Space", Amazing, May 1954
    • "Anthopological Note", Fantasy and Science Fiction, April 1957
    • "The Skit-Tree Planet", Thrilling Wonder, April 1947 as "Skit-Tree Planet"
    • "Thing from the Sky", first publication
  • Doctor to the Stars, Pyramid, March 1964.
    • "The Grandfathers' War", Astounding, October 1957
    • "Med Ship Man", Galaxy, October 1963
    • "Tallien Three", Analog, August 1963 as "The Hate Disease"
  • S.O.S. from Three Worlds, Ace, 1966.
    • "Plague on Kryder II", Analog, December 1964
    • "Ribbon in the Sky", Astounding, June 1957
    • "Quarantine World", Analog, November 1966
  • Get Off My World!, Belmont, April 1966.
    • "Second Landing", Thrilling Wonder, Winter 1954
    • "White Spot", Startling, Summer 1955
    • "Planet of Sand", Famous Fantastic Mysteries, February 1948
  • Explorers of Space, edited by Robert Silverberg, Thomas Nelson, Inc., 1975
    • "Exploration Team", 1956
  • The Best of Murray Leinster, edited by Brian Davis, Corgi, 1976.
    • "Time to Die", Astounding, January 1947
    • "The Ethical Equations", Astounding, June 1945
    • "Symbiosis", Collier's, June 14, 1947
    • "Interference", Astounding, October 1945
    • "De Profundis", Thrilling Wonder, Winter 1945
    • "[Pipeline to Pluto]", Astounding, August 1945
    • "Sam, This Is You", Galaxy, May 1955
    • "The Devil of East Lupton", Thrilling Wonder, August 1948 as "The Devil of East Lupton, Vermont"
    • "Scrimshaw", Astounding, September 1955
    • "If You Was a Moklin", Galaxy, September 1951
  • The Best of Murray Leinster, edited by John J. Pierce, Del Rey, April 1978.
    • "Sidewise in Time", Astounding, June 1934
    • "Proxima Centauri", Astounding, March 1935
    • "The Fourth-Dimensional Demonstrator", Astounding, December 1935
    • "First Contact", Astounding, May 1945
    • "The Ethical Equations", Astounding, June 1945
    • "Pipeline to Pluto", Astounding, August 1945
    • "The Power", Astounding, September 1945
    • "A Logic Named Joe" (as Will F. Jenkins), Astounding, March 1946
    • "Symbiosis", Collier's, June 14, 1947
    • "The Strange Case of John Kingman", Astounding, May 1948
    • "The Lonely Planet", Thrilling Wonder, December 1949
    • "Keyhole", Thrilling Wonder, December 1951
    • "Critical Difference", Astounding, July 1956 (also known as "Solar Constant")
  • The Med Series, Ace, May 1983.
    • "The Mutant Weapon", Astounding, August 1957 as "Med Service"
    • "Plague on Kryder II", Analog, December 1964
    • "Ribbon in the Sky", Astounding, June 1957
    • "Quarantine World", Analog, November 1966
    • "This World is Taboo", Amazing, July 1961 as "Pariah Planet"
  • First Contacts: The Essential Murray Leinster, edited by Joe Rico, NESFA, 1998.
    • "A Logic Named Joe" (as Will F. Jenkins), Astounding, March 1946
    • "If You Was a Moklin", Galaxy, September 1951
    • "The Ethical Equations", Astounding, June 1945
    • "Keyhole", Thrilling Wonder, December 1951
    • "Doomsday Deferred", The Saturday Evening Post, September 24, 1949
    • "First Contact", Astounding, May 1945
    • "Nobody Saw the Ship", Future, May–June 1950
    • "Pipeline to Pluto", Astounding, August 1945
    • "The Lonely Planet", Thrilling Wonder, December 1949
    • "De Profundis", Thrilling Wonder, Winter 1945
    • "The Power", Astounding, September 1945
    • "The Castaway", Argosy, September 1946
    • "The Strange Case of John Kingman", Astounding, May 1948
    • "Proxima Centauri", Astounding, March 1935
    • "The Fourth-Dimensional Demonstrator", Astounding, December 1935
    • "Sam, This Is You", Galaxy, May 1955
    • "Sidewise in Time", Astounding, June 1934
    • "Scrimshaw", Astounding, September 1955
    • "Symbiosis", Collier's, June 14, 1947
    • "Cure for Ylith", Startling Stories, November 1949
    • "Plague on Kryder II", Analog, December 1964
    • "Exploration Team", Astounding, March 1956 (also known as "Combat Team")
    • "The Great Catastrophe", first publication
    • "To All Fat Policemen", first publication
  • Med Ship, edited by Eric Flint and Guy Gordon, Baen, June 2002.
    • "Med Ship Man", Galaxy, October 1963
    • "Plague on Kryder II", Analog, December 1964
    • "The Mutant Weapon", Astounding, August 1957 as "Med Service"
    • "Ribbon in the Sky", Astounding, June 1957
    • "Tallien Three", Analog, August 1963 as "The Hate Disease"
    • "Quarantine World", Analog, November 1966
    • "The Grandfathers' War", Astounding, October 1957
    • "Pariah Planet", Amazing, July 1961 (also known as This World is Taboo)
  • Planets of Adventure, edited by Eric Flint and Guy Gordon, Baen, October 2003.
    • The Forgotten Planet
      • "The Mad Planet", Argosy, June 12, 1920
      • "The Red Dust", Argosy, April 2, 1921
      • "Nightmare Planet", Argosy, June 12, 1952
    • The Planet Explorer (also known as Colonial Survey)
      • "Solar Constant", Astounding, July 1956 as "Critical Difference"
      • "Sand Doom", Astounding, December 1955
      • "Combat Team", Astounding, March 1956 as "Exploration Team"
      • "The Swamp Was Upside Down", Astounding, September 1956
    • "Anthopological Note", Fantasy and Science Fiction, April 1957
    • "Scrimshaw", Astounding, September 1955
    • "Assignment on Pasik", Thrilling Wonder, February 1949
    • "Regulations", Thrilling Wonder, August 1948
    • "The Skit-Tree Planet", Thrilling Wonder, April 1947 as "Skit-Tree Planet"
  • A Logic Named Joe, edited by Eric Flint and Guy Gordon, Baen, June 2005.
    • "A Logic Named Joe" (as Will F. Jenkins), Astounding, March 1946
    • "Dear Charles", Fantastic, May 1953
    • Gateway to Elsewhere, Ace, 1954; first appeared as "Journey to Barkut" in Startling, January 1952.
    • The Duplicators, Ace, 1964; first appeared as "Lord of the Uffts" in Worlds of Tomorrow, February 1964.
    • "The Fourth-Dimensional Demonstrator", Astounding, December 1935
    • The Pirates of Zan, Ace, 1959; first serialized as The Pirates of Ersatz in Astounding, February - April 1959.
  • The Runaway Skyscraper and Other Tales from the Pulps, Wildside Press, August 2007.
    • "The Runaway Skyscraper", Argosy, February 22, 1919
    • "The Gallery Gods", Argosy, August 21, 1920
    • "The Street of Magnificent Dreams", Argosy, August 5, 1922
    • "Nerve", Argosy, June 4, 1921
    • "Stories of the Hungry Country: The Case of the Dona Clotilde"
    • "Morale", Astounding, December 1931
    • "Grooves", Argosy, October 12, 1918
    • "Footprints in the Snow", All Story Weekly, June 7, 1919

Other short stories

  • "Doctor", Galaxy, February 1961
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