John Middleton Murry, Jr. - Selected Bibliography

Selected Bibliography

As Colin Murry

  • The Golden Valley (1953)
  • Recollections of a Ghost (1960)
  • A Path to the Sea (1961)
  • Private View (1972)

As Richard Cowper

  • Phoenix (1967)
  • Breakthrough (1967)
  • Domino (1971)
  • Kuldesak (1972)
  • Clone (1972)
  • Time Out of Mind, with W. R. Cowper (1973)
  • The Twilight of Briareus (1974)
  • Worlds Apart (1974)
  • Profundis (1979)
  • The White Bird of Kinship
    • The Road to Corlay (1978)
    • A Dream of Kinship (1981)
    • A Tapestry of Time (1982)

(The short story "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" acts as a prologue to the three Kinship novels. It appears in the collection The Custodians as well as in some editions of The Road to Corlay.)

  • Shades of Darkness (1986)
  • Autobiography
    • One Hand Clapping: a memoir of childhood (1975)
    • Shadows on the Grass (1977)

Short-story collections

  • The Custodians (1976)
  • The Web of the Magi (1980)
  • Out There Where the Big Ships Go (1980)
  • The Tithonian Factor (1984)
  • The Magic Spectacles: And Other Tales (1986)

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