Paula Fox Body of Works – Oeuvre

List of books by Paula Fox

List of Books by Paula Fox 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, Viola Carr. Find my selection in date order of Paula Fox’s novels.

Paula Fox List of Books to Read

Standalone Novels

Maurice’s Room     (1966)          

Poor George            (1967)          

Portrait of Ivan       (1969)          

Blowfish Live in the Sea    (1970)          

Desperate Characters       (1970)          

The Western Coast            (1972)          

The Slave Dancer   (1974)          

The Widow’s Children       (1976)          

One-eyed Cat          (1980)          

A Place Apart           (1980)          

A Servant’s Tale      (1984)          

The Moonlight Man           (1986)          

Lily and the Lost Boy aka The Lost Boy (1987)          

The Village By the Sea aka In a Place of Darkness     (1988)          

In a Place of Danger          (1989)          

The God of Nightmares    (1990)          

Monkey Island        (1991)          

Western Wind         (1993)          

The Eagle Kite          (1995)          

The Gathering Darkness   (1995)          

Radiance Descending        (1997)          

Picture Books

Good Ethan  (1973)          

Traces            (2008)          

Chapter Books

How Many Miles to Babylon?    (1967)          

A Likely Place           (1967)          

Dear Prosper           (1968)          

The Stone-Faced Boy        (1968)          

The King’s Falcon    (1969)          

Amzat and His Brothers   (1993)          

Non-Fiction Books

Borrowed Finery    (2001)          

The Coldest Winter            (2005)                                  

List of books by Paula Fox

So there you have a list of books and date of publication from the Author Paula Fox. If we missed any be sure to let us know in comments of via the Contact Us.

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