Rosamunde Pilcher Body of Works – Oeuvre

List of books by Rosamunde Pilcher

List of Books by Rosamunde Pilcher 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, Rosamunde Pilcher Wilson. Find my selection in date order of Rosamunde Pilcher

Rosamunde Pilcher List of Books to Read

Standalone Novels

The Brown Fields    (1951)          

Dangerous Intruder          (1951)          

Young Bar     (1952)          

A Day Like Spring   (1953)          

Dear Tom     (1954)          

A Secret to Tell        (1955)          

Bridge to Corvie      (1956)          

A Family Affair        (1958)          

The Keeper’s House           (1963)          

A Long Way from Home  (1963)          

On My Own (1965)          

Sleeping Tiger          (1967)          

Another View          (1969)          

The End of Summer           (1971)          

Snow in April           (1972)          

The Empty House   (1973)          

The Day of the Storm        (1975)          

Under Gemini          (1976)          

Wild Mountain Thyme      (1979)          

The Carousel            (1982)          

Voices in Summer  (1984)          

The Shell Seekers   (1987)          

September   (1990)          

Coming Home         (1995)          

Winter Solstice        (2000)          

Short Stories

The Key         (1996)


Short Story Collections

The Blue Bedroom and Other Stories   (1985)          

Flowers in the Rain and Other Stories  (1991)          

World of Rosamunde Pilcher      (1995)          

Christmas with Rosamunde Pilcher      (1997)


Love Stories (1990)

List of books by Rosamunde Pilcher

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

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