Bob Shaw Body of Works – Oeuvre

List of books by Bob Shaw

List of Books By Bob Shaw with Publication Dates

Authors, who doesn’t love a good Author? This series of articles we look at lists of books by famous authors; in this case, Bob Shaw. Find my selection in date order of Bob Shaw.

Bob Shaw List of Books to Read

Orbitsville Books

Orbitsville     (1975)           

Orbitsville Departure         (1983)           

Orbitsville Judgement        (1990)

Warren Peace Books

Who Goes Here?     (1977)           

Warren Peace          (1993)           

Land and Overland Books

The Ragged Astronauts     (1986)           

The Wooden Spaceships   (1988)           

The Fugitive Worlds           (1989)

Standalone Novels

The Enchanted Duplicator            (1954)           

Night Walk   (1967)           

The Two-timers       (1968)           

The Palace of Eternity        (1969)           

One Million Tomorrows    (1970)           

Shadow of Heaven  (1970)           

Ground Zero Man   (1971)           

Other Days, Other Eyes     (1972)           

A Wreath of Stars   (1976)           

Medusa’s Children  (1977)           

Ship of Strangers    (1978)           

Vertigo          (1978)           

Dagger of the Mind            (1980)           

The Ceres Solution  (1981)           

Fire Pattern  (1984)           

Killer Planet  (1989)


Tomorrow Lies in Ambush            (1973)           

Cosmic Kaleidoscope         (1976)           

Galactic Tours          (1981)           

A Better Mantrap   (1982)           

Dark Night in Toyland        (1989)

Non-Fiction Books

The Best of the Bushel       (1979)           

The Eastercon Speeches   (1979)           

How to Write Science Fiction      (1993)           

Load of Old Bosh     (1995)

List of books by Bob Shaw

So there you have a list of books and date of publication from the Author Bob Shaw.

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