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Timothy Brace - Theodore Pratt Bibliography

US & UK First Edition Books in Order

Timothy Brace Series Character: Anthony Adams

The following bibliography - Checklist contains the author's crime and mystery fiction books listed in order

Theodore Pratt Books for Sale

Title Publisher Date Issue Points - Notes
Spring from Downward Selwyn & Blount 1933
Without a Wedding Selwyn & Blount 1934
Murder Goes Fishing Dutton 1936 UK: Selwyn & Blount 1936, set in Miami
US reprint in 1945, Diamond, using Pratt byline
Murder Goes in a Trailer Dutton 1937 UK: Eldon 1951, set in Florida
Murder Goes to the Dogs Dutton 1938 UK: Readers Library 1939 (small format book)
Murder Goes to the World's Fair Dutton 1939 UK edition: Eldon Press 1951
Book set in New York City
Big Blow Little Brown 1936 UK: G. Bell 1937 (printed in America)
Mercy Island Knopf 1941 UK: Cassell, 1946
The Barefoot Mailman Duell Sloan & Pearce 1941 UK: Cassell & Co. 1949
Mr. Limpet Knopf 1942
Thunder Mountain Duell Sloan & Pearce 1944
Miss Dilly Says No Duell Sloan & Pearce 1945
Valley Boy Duell Sloan & Pearce 1946
Mr Thurtle's Trolley Duell Sloan & Pearce 1947
Flame Tree Dodd Mead 1950
Cocote Fawcett 1951
Big Bubble Duell Sloan & Pearce 1951
Seminole Duell Sloan & Pearce 1954 UK: Fawcett Publications [1955]
Smash Up Fawcett 1954
The Tormented Fawcett 1959
Florida Roundabout Duell Sloan & Pearce 1959
Handsome's Seven Women Hamilton 1961 UK book
Money Duell Sloan & Pearce 1965 UK: frederick Muller 1966
Tropical Disturbance Muller 1962 British edition
Without Consent Arthur Barker 1963

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Timothy Brace - Theodore Pratt Author Biography - Information About the Author
Timothy Brace is a pseudonym of Theodore Pratt who was born in 1901 and died in 1969 his series character is Anthony Adams.
This has been a complicated bibliography, we've gone way beyond Hubin who dealt with the mystery fiction, crime fiction collectors need only concern themselves with the books with "Murder" in the title.
We've listed all the American editions held in the Library of Congress as well as all the books held in the British Library and the Bodleian at Oxford.
It should be noted that the author used both names, sometimes on the same book when it came to British and American publications.
As to collectability, we can only speak to the crime fiction books and they are uncommon to rare in dust jacket, sought after too.

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