Notable works and authors published by Arbor House include:
- The Mayflower Madam, Sydney Biddle Barrows (1984)
- Blood Music, Greg Bear (1985)
- The Pianoplayers, Anthony Burgess (1986)
- The Bridge of Lost Desire (alternate title of Return to Nevèrÿon), Samuel R. Delany (1987)
- Replay, Ken Grimwood (1987)
- Bandits, Elmore Leonard (1987)
- No More Vietnams, Richard Nixon (1985)
- Kiteworld, Keith Roberts (1986)
- A Door into Ocean, Joan Slonczewski (1986)
- The Frozen Lady, Susan Arnout Smith (1982)
- A Father's Word, Richard G. Stern (1986)
- Power on Earth: Michele Sindona's Explosive Story, Nick Tosches (1986)
- Trumps of Doom, Roger Zelazny (1985)
- Blood of Amber, Roger Zelazny (1986)
- Sign of Chaos, Roger Zelazny (1987)
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