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Excluding proof copies (which are not listed), these are all the known editions of books by or featuring Stephen Jones. If you know of any others, please contact the author/editor at sj@stephenjoneseditor.com
 
Key:
 
 hc • hardcover
 lghc • large-size hardcover
 lgpb • large-size paperback
 tp • trade paperback
 pb • paperback
 cpbk • chapbook
 mag • magazine
Books Published Between:
           –2010
   2009–2005
   2004–2000
 
1999
[60] Dark Detectives: Adventures of the Supernatural Sleuths
Horror at Halloween
[59] The Essential Monster Movie Guide
[58] MBO Best New Horror Volume 10
Whispers in the Night
[57] White of the Moon: New Tales of Madness and Dread
[56] MBO Best New Horror Volume 9
1998
[55] Dark Terrors 4: The Gollancz Book of Horror
Thirty Strange Stories
1997
[54] Dark of the Night: New Tales of Horror and the Supernatural
[53] Secret City: Strange Tales of London
[52] The Vampire Stories of R. Chetwynd-Hayes
[51] Exorcisms and Ecstasies
[50] Dark Terrors 3: The Gollancz Book of Horror
[49] MBO Best New Horror Volume 8
[48] Dancing with the Dark: True Encounters with the Paranormal by Masters of the Macabre
[47] MBO Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy
[46] Clive Barker's A-Z of Horror
1996
Tthe BFI Companion to Horror
The Tiger Garden
[45] The Giant Book of Fantasy Tales
[44] Dark Terrors 2: The Gollancz Book of Horror
[43] The Best New Horror Volume 7
[42] The Illustrated Werewolf Movie Guide
Robert Bloch: Appreciations of the Master
1995
[41] Dark Terrors: The Gollancz Book of Horror
[40] The Best New Horror Volume 6
California Gothic
1994
[39] The Best New Horror Volume 5
[38] Shadows Over Innsmouth
[37] Dark Voices 6: The Pan Book of Horror
[36] MBO Frankenstein
[35] The Giant Book of Terror
[34] The Illustrated Frankenstein Movie Guide
[33] MBO Werewolves • page 2
Shock Xpress 2
[32] The Anthology of Fantasy & the Supernatural
1993
[31] H.P. Lovecraft's Book of Horror
[30] Best New Horror 4
[29] Dark Voices 5: The Pan Book of Horror
[28] MBO Zombies
[27] The Illustrated Dinosaur Movie Guide
[26] The Giant Book of Best New Horror
[25] The Illustrated Vampire Movie Guide
1992
[24] Dark Voices 4: The Pan Book of Horror
[23] James Herbert: By Horror Haunted
[22] Best New Horror 3
[21] MBO Vampires
[20] The Hellraiser Chronicles
1991
The Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Science Fiction
[19] Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse
[18] Clive Barker's Shadows in Eden
[17] Fantasy Tales 7
[16] Dark Voices 3: The Pan Book of Horror
Final Shadows
[15] Best New Horror 2
Shock Xpress 1
[14] Fantasy Tales 6
[13] MBO of Terror
1990
[12] Best New Horror
[11] Fantasy Tales 5
[10] Dark Voices 2: The Pan Book of Horror
[9] Dark Voices: The Best from The Pan Book of Horror Stories
[8] Fantasy Tales 4
[7] Clive Barker's The Nightbreed Chronicles
1989
[6] Fantasy Tales 3
[5] Fantasy Tales 2
1988
[4] Gaslight & Ghosts
[3] Horror: 100 Best Books
Bare Bones: Conversations on Terror with Stephen King
[2] The Best Horror from Fantasy Tales
[1] Fantasy Tales 1
1987
Ghosts and Scholars: Ghost Stories in the Tradition of M.R. James
Fantasy Tales (Vol.9, No.17, Summer 1987)
1985
Fantasy Tales (Vol.8, No.15, Winter 1985)
1983
Tales by Moonright
1982
Fantasy Tales (Vol.5, No.10, Summer 1982)
Fantasy Tales (Vol.5, No.9, Spring 1982)
1977
Poems of the Sea
[60] Dark Detectives: Adventures of the Supernatural Sleuths (1999)
Edited by Stephen Jones
Illustrated by Randy Broecker

(a) Fedogan & Bremer, USA • hc (trade edition) • $29.00
ISBN 1-878252-35-6

(b) Fedogan & Bremer, USA • hc (100-copy numbered and slipcased limited edition, signed by all living contributors except R. Chetwynd-Hayes) • $95.00
ISBN 1-878252-36-4

Dark Detectives: Adventures of the Supernatural Sleuths (1999)
Cover by Les Edwards

[Note: This also exists as a comb-bound Advance Reading Copy.]

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(c) Azbooka-klassika, Russia • hc • (2010)
ISBN 978-5-9985-0770-0

Dark Detectives: Adventures of the Supernatural Sleuths (1999)
 

[Note: This edition drops the interior artwork by Randy Broecker.]

(d) as DARK DETECTIVES: AN ANTHOLOGY OF SUPERNATURAL MYSTERIES
Titan Books, UK/USA (2015) • tpb • £8.99/$14.95
ISBN 978-1-7832-9128-1

Dark Detectives: An Anthology of Supernatural Mysteries
 

[Note: Revised and updated edition, with additional interior artwork. Some copies of this edition are defective, with pp33-64 missing.]

(e) as DARK DETECTIVES: AN ANTHOLOGY OF SUPERNATURAL MYSTERIES
Titan Books, USA (2016) • pb • $8.99
ISBN 978-1-7832-9130-4

Dark Detectives: An Anthology of Supernatural Mysteries
 

[Note: Revised and updated edition, with additional interior artwork.]

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Psychic Detectives, Phantom Fighters, Ghostbusters. These are the Supernatural Sleuths, and down through the centuries they have investigated the bizarre and the horrific while protecting the world from the forces of darkness and evil. Now collected here for the first time are some of the greatest fictional detectives (and their faithful assistants) who have ever confronted the supernatural: Clive Barker's Harry D'Amour, R. Chetwynd-Hayes' Francis St. Clare, Basil Copper's Solar Pons, Neil Gaiman's Lawrence Talbot, William Hope Hodgson's Carnacki, Brian Lumley's Titus Crow, Brian Mooney's Reuben Calloway, Jay Russell's Marty Burns, Peter Tremayne's Sister Fidelma, Manly Wade Wellman's John Thunstone, plus Kim Newman's new multi-part novel Seven Stars, in which Charles Beauregard, Edwin Winthrop, Richard Jeperson, Sally Rhodes, Dr. Shade, the vampiric Geneviève Dieudonné and many others over the decades challenge the influence of an alien weirdstone that has the power to annihilate mankind. In the battle between Good and Evil, these investigators of the unusual solve ancient mysteries and unravel modern hauntings with the aid of their unique powers of deduction and the occasional silver bullet . . .

INTRODUCTION: THE SERIAL SLEUTHS Stephen Jones
SEVEN STARS PROLOGUE: IN EGYPT'S LAND Kim Newman
SISTER FIDELMA: OUR LADY OF DEATH Peter Tremayne
CHARLES BEAUREGARD: SEVEN STARS EPISODE ONE: THE MUMMY'S HEART Kim Newman
CARNACKI: THE HORSE OF THE INVISIBLE William Hope Hodgson
EDWIN WINTHROP AND CATRIONA KAYE: SEVEN STARS EPISODE TWO: THE MAGICIAN AND THE MATINEE IDOL Kim Newman
SOLAR PONS: THE ADVENTURE OF THE CRAWLING HORROR Basil Copper
THE GUMSHOE: SEVEN STARS EPISODE THREE: THE TROUBLE WITH BARRYMORE Kim Newman
JOHN THUNSTONE: ROUSE HIM NOT Manly Wade Wellman
TITUS CROW: DE MARIGNY'S CLOCK Brian Lumley
RICHARD JEPERSON: SEVEN STARS EPISODE FOUR: THE BIAFRAN BANK MANAGER Kim Newman
FRANCIS ST. CLARE AND FREDERICA MASTERS: SOMEONE IS DEAD R. Chetwynd-Hayes
RUBEN CALLOWAY AND RODERICK SHEA: VULTURES GATHER Brian Mooney
HARRY D'AMOUR: LOST SOULS Clive Barker
SALLY RHODES: SEVEN STARS EPISODE FIVE: MIMSY Kim Newman
MARTY BURNS: THE MAN WHO SHOT THE MAN WHO SHOT THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALENCE Jay Russell
JEROME RHODES: SEVEN STARS EPISODE SIX: THE DOG STORY Kim Newman
LAWRENCE TALBOT: BAY WOLF Neil Gaiman
GENEVIÈVE DIEUDONNÉ: SEVEN STARS EPISODE SEVEN: THE DUEL OF THE SEVEN STARS Kim Newman

Nominated for the 2000 World Fantasy Award

Reviews

"The stories collected here tend toward older short story styles, representing pulp adventures, Victorian detective tales, and slow-burn stories of the otherworldly, so don't expect cheap shocks or easy gore. Yes, malevolence does lurk here, but it takes a more subtle form, and these days, that aura of patience and craftsmanship makes for a welcome return to form for the genre."
—Steph Rodriguez
MANHATTAN BOOK REVIEW, July 23, 2015

"It's a rich, often nostalgic read and should be enjoyed with a convenient fireside, a crystal decanter of brandy and possibly a neon pentagram to defend you against anything that might leak from its pages."
—Guy Adams
DAD.INFO, April 14, 2015

"Dark Detectives: Adventures of the Supernatural Sleuths edited by the redoubtable and apparently tireless Stephen Jones, skillfully offers us a particularly fin sampling of this sort of thing in the form of a kind of two-pronged attack which combines a first-rate anthology of short stories featuring the fearless activities of some of the most heroic and renowned psychic sleuths who ever encountered and dispatched the most horrid (it is impossible to avoid superlatives and still keep the appropriate mood when one's discussing this fictional arena) supernatural menaces ever faced, and what amounts to a brand-new book by that dashing master of perilous pastiche, Kim Newman."
—Gahan Wilson
REALMS OF FANTASY

"Dark Detectives is more than a themed collection with a spot-on non-fiction piece to kick off with. It is a mixture of reprints and original stories, and they have been arranged (more or less) chronologically . . . The whole point of Dark Detectives is homage. And Stephen Jones has managed to get the balance right."
—David Matthew
INTERZONE #159, September 2000

"The stellar collection includes contributions from Neil Gaiman, William Hope Hodgson, Basil Copper and Clive Barker, as well as a riveting eight-part novella created by Kim Newman especially for this volume."
—PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

"Once again, master-editor Stephen Jones uses his phenomenal knowledge of the field and inventive intelligence to select classics both old and new . . . In addition to the fine content, Les Edwards' exquisite jacket and Randy Broecker's perfectly atmospheric interior illustrations make this Fedogan & Bremer publication bliss for any book-lover."
—HORRORONLINE, 2000

Photo © 2000
Dark Detectives Launch. Basil Copper and Randy Broecker, London, February 4, 2000
Dark Detectives Launch, Basil Copper and Randy Broecker, London, February 4, 2000
Photo © 2000
Dark Detectives Launch. Back row Basil  Copper,  Jay Russell, Brian Lumley, Stephen Jones,  Front row Kim Newman, Les Edwards and Randy Broecker, London, Februaty 4, 2000
Dark Detectives Launch,
Back Row: Basil Copper, Jay Russell, Brian Lumley, Stephen Jones,
Front Row: Kim Newman, Les Edwards and Randy Broecker, London, Februaty 4, 2000

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