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Keith Laumer

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Bibliography

Novels

Bolo

Books concerning Bolo war machines: self-aware tanks. Co-author book credits also indicated at Bolo Self-aware Tank.

  • Bolo (1976)
  • Bolo: Annals of the Dinochrome Brigade (1986)
  • Rogue Bolo (1986)
  • The Stars Must Wait (1990)
  • The Compleat Bolo (1990)

Retief

Satirical adventures of Retief, the galactic diplomat.

  • Envoy to New Worlds (1963)
  • Galactic Diplomat (1965)
  • Retief's War (1966)
  • Retief and the Warlords (1968)
  • Retief: ambassador to space; seven incidents of the Corps diplomatique terrestrienne (1969)
  • Retief of the CDT (1971)
  • Retief's Ransom (1971)
  • Retief: Emissary to the Stars (1975)
  • Retief at Large (1978)
  • Retief Unbound (1979)
  • Retief: Diplomat at Arms (1982)
  • Retief to the Rescue (1983)
  • The Return of Retief (1984)
  • Retief (1986)
  • Retief in the Ruins (1986)
  • Retief and the Pangalactic Pageant of Pulchritude (1986)
  • Reward for Retief (1989)
  • Retief and the Rascals (1993)
  • Retief! (posthumous, ed. Eric Flint) (2002)

Mad Dog Graphics: Keith Laumer's Retief (comic)

  • #1, Policy (1987)
  • #2, Sealed Orders (1987)
  • #3, Protest Note (1987)
  • #4, Saline Solution (1987)
  • #5, Ultimatum (1988)
  • #6, The forest in the Sky (1988)

Adventure Comics: Keith Laumer's Retief (comics)

  • #1, The peace makers (1989)
  • #2, Ballots and Bandits (1990)
  • #3, Mechanical Advantage (1990)
  • #4, Aide Memoire (1990)
  • #5, Wicker Wonderland (1990)

Adventure Comics: Retief and the Warlords (comics)

  • #1, no title (1991)
  • #2, no title (1991)
  • #3, no title (1991)
  • #4, no title (1991)

Adventure Comics: Retief Diplomatic Immunity (comics)

  • #1, The Forbidden City (1991)
  • #2, The Castle of Light (1991)

Adventure Comics: Retief The Giant Killer (comics)

  • #1, The Giant Killer (1991)

Adventure Comics: Retief Crime & Punishment (comics)

  • #1, Crime & Punishment (1991)

Adventure Comics (comic)

  • 1 Paperback

Imperium

Books set in the Imperium mythos: a continuum of parallel worlds policed by the Imperium, a government based in an alternate London. In the science fiction novel Worlds of the Imperium the Imperium are a race or culture that formed in an alterate history, where the American Revolution did not occur and the British Empire and Germany merged into a unified empire in 1900. Laumer writes about the main character, Bayard, who goes after an evil dictator of another world by using an interdimensional space traveling device called the Maxoni-Cocini field generator.

  • Worlds of the Imperium (1962)
  • The Other Side of Time (1965)
  • Assignment in Nowhere (1968)
  • Beyond the Imperium (omnibus edition of The Other Side of Time and Assignment in Nowhere) (1981)
  • Zone Yellow (1990)
  • Imperium (omnibus edition of Worlds of the Imperium, Assignment in Nowhere and The Other Side of Time, ed. Eric Flint) (2005)

Time Trap

  • Time Trap (1970)
  • Back to the Time Trap (1992)

Lafayette O'Leary

A comic equivalent of the Imperium mythos, in which the hero has the ability to travel to feudal/magical alternate Earths.

  • The Time Bender (1966)
  • The World Shuffler (1970)
  • The Shape Changer (1972)
  • The Galaxy Builder (1984)

The Avengers (based on the TV series)

  • #5: The Afrit Afair (1968)
  • #6: The Drowned Queen (1968)
  • #7: The Gold Bomb (1968)

The Invaders (novelizations of the TV series)

  • The Invaders (UK title The Meteor Men, A Story of Invaders published as by Anthony LeBaron) (1967)
  • Army of the Undead (UK title The Halo Highway published as by Rafe Bernard) (1967)
  • Enemies From Beyond (1967)

Standalone books

  • How to Design and Build Flying Models (non-fiction) (1960, revised in 1970)
  • A Trace of Memory (1962)
  • The Great Time Machine Hoax (1964)
  • A Plague of Demons (1965)
  • Embassy (non-genre) (1965)
  • The Frozen Planet (5 stories, title story by Keith Laumer) (1966)
  • Catastrophe Planet (1966)
  • Earthblood (with Rosel George Brown) (1966)
  • The Monitors (filmed in 1969) (1966)
  • Galactic Odyssey (1967)
  • Nine by Laumer (collection) (1967)
  • Planet Run (with Gordon R. Dickson) (1967)
  • The Day Before Forever and Thunderhead (two short novels) (1969)
  • Greylorn (collection) (1968)
  • It's a Mad, Mad, Mad Galaxy (collection) (1968)
  • The Long Twilight (1969)
  • The Seeds of Gonyl (If magazine, never published as a book) (1969)
  • The House in November (collection) (1970)
  • The Star Treasure (1971)
  • Deadfall (alternative title Fat Chance, filmed as Peeper in 1975) (1971)
  • Dinosaur Beach (1971) (originally published as The time sweepers in 1969)
  • Once There Was a Giant (collection) (1971)
  • The Big Show (collection) (1972)
  • The Infinite Cage (1972)
  • Night of Delusions (1972)
  • Timetracks (collection) (1972)
  • The Glory Game (1973)
  • The Undefeated (collection) (1974)
  • The Best of Keith Laumer (collection) (1976)
  • The Ultimax Man (1978)
  • The Breaking Earth (revision of Catastrophe Planet) (1981)
  • Star Colony (1982)
  • Knight of Delusions (revision of Night of Delusions) (1982)
  • Chrestomathy (collection including many excerpts) (1984)
  • End as a Hero (1985)
  • The Other Sky and The House in November (1985)
  • Alien Minds (collection including many excerpts) (1991)
  • Judson's Eden (1991)
  • Beenie in Oz (with March Laumer, Tyler Jones, Michael J. Michanczyk) (1997)
  • Keith Laumer: The Lighter Side (posthumous omnibus, ed. Eric Flint) (2001)
  • Odyssey (posthumous omnibus, ed. Eric Flint) (2002)
  • A Plague of Demons and Other Stories (posthumous omnibus, ed. Eric Flint) (2003)
  • Legions of Space (posthumous omnibus, ed. Eric Flint) (2004)



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