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Pierre Audemars Bibliography

UK First Edition Books

Series Characters: Monsieur Pinaud - Hercule Renard

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Title Publisher Date Issue Points - Notes
Hercule and the Gods Pilot Press 1944 Jacket priced 8/6
The Temptations of Hercule Pilot Press 1945 Jacket priced 7/6
Fate and Fernand Vallancey 1945  
When the Gods Laughed Foster 1946  
The Obligations of Hercule Sampson Low 1947  
The Confessions of Hercule Sampson Low 1947  
The Thieves of Enchantment Chambers 1956  
The Two Imposters John Long 1958 Dust jacket design by Harry Toothill
The Fire and the Clay John Long 1959  
The Turns of Time John Long 1961  
The Crown of Night John Long 1962  
The Dream and the Dead John Long 1963 Dust jacket by William Randell
The Wings of Darkness John Long 1963 Dustwrapper by William Randell
US: Street of Grass
Fair Maids Missing John Long 1964  
Dead with Sorrow John Long 1965 US: A Woven Web
Time of Temptation John Long 1966  
A Thorn in the Dust John Long 1967  
The Veins of Compassion John Long 1967  
The White Leaves of Death John Long 1968  
The Flame in the Mist John Long 1969  
A Host for Dying John Long 1970  
Stolen Like Magic Away John Long 1971  
The Delicate Dust of Death John Long 1973  
No Tears for the Dead John Long 1974  
Nightmare in Rust John Long 1975  
And One for the Dead John Long 1975  
The Healing Hands of Death John Long 1977  
Now Dead is Any Man John Long 1978  
A Sad and Savage Dying John Long 1978  
Slay Me Sinner John Long 1979  
Gone to her Death Robert Hale 1981  
The Bitter Path of Death Robert Hale 1982  
The Red Rust of Death Robert Hale 1983  

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Further Information
Pierre Audemars, who also wrote under the name Peter Hodemart, was born in England in 1909. His series characters were Monsieur Pinaud and Hercule Renard and his novels were set in France. He is renowned for his sense of humour and original plotting and settings. The books provide a breath of fresh air for those tired of the English village/country house style mystery and are consequently of interest to both readers and collectors. In all cases, UK editions precede the American ones and the alternative titles are listed when applicable. He wrote two other novels, though these are non-criminous.

 

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