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Sinclair Gluck Bibliography

US & UK First Edition Books in Order

Sinclair Gluck Series Characters: Paul Bernard - Jack Clayton - Ross McCoy

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

Sinclair Gluck Books for Sale

Title Publisher Date Issue Points - Notes
The House of the Missing Dodd Mead 1924 UK: Mills & Boon 1923 as
The Golden Panther
Thieves' Honour Dodd Mead 1925 UK: Mills & Boon 1924
The White Streak Clode 1924 UK: Mills & Boon 1924
The Green Blot Dodd Mead 1925 UK: Mills & Boon 1924
The Four Winds Dodd Mead 1926 UK: Mills & Boon 1926
The Dragon in Harness Dodd Mead 1932 UK: Mills & Boon 1927
The Deeper Scar Dodd Mead 1927 UK: Mills & Boon 1927
The Last Trap: A detective story Dodd Mead 1928 UK: Mills & Boon 1928
The Man Who Never Blundered Dodd Mead 1929 UK: Mills & Boon 1928
Shadow in the House Dodd Mead 1929 UK: Mills & Boon 1929 as
Death Comes to Dinner
Reissued by Withy Grove Press, 1947
The Blind Fury Dodd Mead 1930 UK: Mills & Boon 1930
The Wildcat Dodd Mead 1932 UK: Mills & Boon 1931
Red Emeralds Mills & Boon 1932 No American edition ?
Minus X Mills & Boon 1933 No American edition ?
Secrecy Frank A. Munsey 1934 Short story in Argosy magazine
Sea Shroud A murder story Mills & Boon 1934 No American edition ?
The Great London Mystery Mills & Boon 1936 No American edition ?
A Delicate Case of Murder Macmillan 1937 UK: Mills & Boon 1937
Little Green Buddha Frank A. Munsey 1937 Short story in Argosy magazine
The Dreaming Death Frank A. Munsey 1937 Short story in Argosy magazine
The Purring Cat Frank A. Munsey 1940 Short story in Argosy magazine
Come and Kill Me Mills & Boon 1941 No American edition ?
Honourable Mister Death World's Work 1942 Adventures of a secret agent in the Sino-Japanese War
By S. Gluck. And other stories

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Sinclair Gluck Author Biography - Information About the Author
Sinclair Gluck, born 1887 and died 1956 is listed in Hubin's crime fiction reference guide.
The author was born in America but you'll note from the bibliography that many of the books were first published in Britain, those published in the same year could well have British precedence too.
Sinclair Gluck also wrote under than pseudonym of Melrod Danning.
First edition books in dust jacket are obviously rare, expect British editions to be rarer than the US editions, smaller print runs, they will also be more valuable.
Book collectors looking to put together a full set of Sinclair Gluck's books should probably accept copies without jackets in a realistic world, they can, of course, be upgraded if and when the opportunity arises.
 

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