Dream Library, Georgette Heyer

The second edition to my dream library is the Arrow trade paperback editions of Georgette Heyer’s books.

I’ll be shelving the romances and historicals together in the order they are published, with the mysteries coming after, also in the order they were published since that puts the series ones together anyway.

For the record, my absolute favourite of these covers is the one for Arabella.

The Black Moth

Powder and Patch

Simon the Coldheart

These Old Shades

The Masqueraders

Beauvallet

The Conqueror

Devil's Cub

The Convenient Marriage

Regency Buck

The Talisman Ring

An Infamous Army

Royal Escape

The Corinthian

The Spanish Bride

Faro's Daughter

Friday's Child

The Reluctant Widow

The Foundling

Arabella

The Grand Sophy

The Quiet Gentleman

Cotillion

The Toll-Gate

Bath Tangle

Sprig Muslin

April Lady

Sylvester

Venetia

The Unknown Ajax

Pistols for Two

A Civil Contract

The Nonesuch

False Colours

Frederica

Black Sheep

Cousin Kate

Charity Girl

Lady of Quality

My Lord John

Footsteps in the Dark

Why Shoot a Butler?

The Unfinished Clue

Death in the Stocks

Behold, Here's Poison

They Found Him Dead

A Blunt Instrument

No Wind of Blame

Envious Casca

Penhallow

Duplicate Death

Detection Unlimited

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Leigh A on 19th August, 2011 at 7:30 pm

    I like the covers for the mysteries. Now who’s being a book pusher.

    Reply

  2. A girl’s gotta try.

    How are you doing. I’m still planning to write you a long and detailed email. I just haven’t managed to do it yet.

    Reply

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