Imperial Fiction: The index


The number of reviews in my Imperial Fiction series is getting big enough that I thought it might be worth creating an index. So these are the books arranged in chronological order, with a couple of titles from other posts thrown in. I shall try to keep this updated.

Anna Sewell, Black Beauty (1877)

F. Anstey, Vice Versa (1882)
F. Anstey, A Fallen Idol (1886)

Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great Shadow (1892)
Arthur Conan Doyle, The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard (1896)
Richard Marsh, The Beetle (1897)

John Buchan, The Half-Hearted (1900)
Marie Corelli, Boy (1900)
A.E.W. Mason, The Four Feathers (1902)
Erskine Childers, The Riddle of the Sands (1903)
Arthur Conan Doyle, The Adventures of the Brigadier (1903)
Baroness Orczy, The Scarlet Pimpernel (1905)
Hilaire Belloc, Mr Clutterbuck’s Election (1908)
Algernon Blackwood, John Silence: Physician Extraordinary (1908)

Barry Pain, The Exiles of Faloo (1910)
Edgar Wallace, Sanders of the River (1911)
Arthur Conan Doyle, The Lost World (1912)
John Buchan, The Power-House (1913)
Arthur Conan Doyle, The Poison Belt (1913)
John Buchan, The Thirty-Nine Steps (1915)
John Buchan, Greenmantle (1916)
Herbert Jenkins, Bindle (1916)
John Buchan, Mr Standfast (1918)
W.A. Darlington, Alf’s Button (1919)

O. Douglas, Penny Plain (1920)
John Buchan, Huntingtower (1922)
Agatha Christie, The Secret Adversary (1922)
Sapper, Jim Maitland (1923)
P.C. Wren, Beau Geste (1924)
John Buchan, The Three Hostages (1924)
John St Loe Strachey, The Madonna of the Barricades (1925)
Arthur Conan Doyle, The Land of Mist (1926)
A.G. Macdonell, The Factory on the Cliff (1928)

John Buchan, Castle Gay (1930)
John Buchan, The House of the Four Winds (1930)
John Buchan, The Island of Sheep (1936)
A.G. Macdonell, The Autobiography of a Cad (1938)

Dornford Yates, Lower than Vermin (1950)


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