Harold Robbins Body of Works – Oeuvre

List of books by Harold Robbins

List of Books Harold Robbins 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, Harold Robbins. Find my selection in date order of Harold Robbins books.

Harold Robbins List of Books to Read

Standalone Novels

Never Love A Stranger       (1948)           

The Dream Merchants       (1949)           

A Stone for Danny Fisher  (1952)           

Never Leave Me      (1953)           

79 Park Avenue       (1955)           

Stiletto          (1960)           

The Carpetbaggers (1961)           

Where Love Has Gone       (1962)           

The Adventurers     (1966)           

The Inheritors          (1969)           

The Betsy      (1971)           

The Pirate     (1974)           

The Lonely Lady       (1976)           

Dreams Die First      (1977)           

Memories of Another Day            (1979)           

Goodbye, Janette   (1981)           

The Storyteller         (1982)           

Spellbinder   (1982)           

Descent from Xanadu        (1984)           

The Piranhas            (1986)           

The Raiders  (1995)           

The Stallion  (1996)           

Tycoon           (1997)           

The Predators          (1998)           

The Secret    (2000)           

Never Enough          (2001)           

Sin City          (2002)           

Heart of Passion      (2003)           

The Betrayers          (2004)           

Blood Royal  (2005)           

The Devil To Pay      (2006)           

The Looters  (2007)           

The Deceivers          (2008)           

The Shroud   (2009)           

The Curse      (2011)                       

List of books by Harold Robbins

So there you have a list of books and date of publication from the Author Harold Robbins.

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