[DJ PS] = Dust Jacket Plot Summaries
[DJ] = Dust Jacket
- The Broad Highway, A romance of Kent. Nov 1910
- The Money Moon, A romance of today. Nov 1911
- The Amateur Gentleman, A romance of the Regency. March 1913 [DJ]
- The Honourable Mr. Tawnish, The rollicking days of the eighteenth century. Oct 1913
- Chronicles of the Imp, My Lady Caprice. March 1915
- Beltane the Smith, A mediaeval romance. Oct 1915 [DJ PS]
- The Definite Object, A romance of New York. Sept 1917
- Our Admirable Betty, An early Georgian Story Oct 1918
- The Geste of Duke Jocelyn, A romance in Verse and prose. Dec 1919
- Black Bartlemy's Treasure, A stirring pirate story. Sept 1920 [DJ PS]
- Martin Conisby's Vengeance, Continues Black Bartlemy's adventures. Sept 1921 [DJ]
- Peregrine's Progress, In the author's original vein. Sept 1922 [DJ PS]
- Sir John Dering, A romantic Comedy. Sept 1923
- The Loring Mystery, A mystery story of "Merry England!". Feb 1925 [DJ]
- The High Adventure, Another intiguing mystery story. Aug 1926
- The Quest of Youth, A story of the Open Road. Sept. 1927
- Epics of the Fancy, A vision of Old Fighters. March 1928
- Gyfford of Weare, A romance of Sussex. Sept. 1928 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- The Shadow , And other Stories. March 1929
- Another Day, A modern mystery. Nov. 1929 [DJ PS]
- Over the Hills, A romance of the Fifteen. Oct. 1930 [DJ]
- Jade of Destiny, An Elizabethan Romance. Oct. 1931 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- Charmian, Lady Vibart, A romance of Paris. Sept. 1932 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- The Way Beyond, In the vein of The Broad Highway. Sept. 1933 [DJ]
- Winds of Fortune. Sept. 1934 [ aka Winds of Chance in USA ]
- John o' the Green. Sept. 1935 [DJ]
- A Pageant of Victory. Sept. 1936 [DJ PS]
- A Book for Jane. Feb. 1937 [DJ]
- The Crooked Furrow. Sept. 1937 [DJ PS]
- The Lonely Road. Sept. 1938
- The Happy Harvest. Sept. 1939 [DJ PS]
- New Book for Jane. Nov. 1939 [DJ]
- A Matter of Business. Jan. 1940 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- Adam Penfeather. Oct. 1940 last page of the manuscript.
- Murder by Nail. April, 1942 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- The King Liveth. Oct. 1943 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- The Piping Times. July 1945 [DJ PS]
- Heritage Perilous. Nov. 1946 [DJ PS]
- My Lord of Wrybourne. Sept. 1948 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- The Fool Beloved. Sept. 1949 [DJ]
- The Ninth Earl. Sept. 1950 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- The Glad Summer. Sept. 1951 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- Waif of the River. Oct. 1952
- Justice by Midnight, finished off by his second wife, Phyllis, Feb. 1956 [DJ] [DJ PS]
- Jeffery Farnol, 1878-1952
Novelist, Landscape Painter, Wood Carver
Boxer, Master of Fence and Athlete.
By Edward Farnol. -
in Stevens Cox's Literary Repository No. 3/63 Beaminster, Dorset, England
- More Memories of My Brother Jack (Jeffery Farnol)
by Edward Farnol (His Younger Brother)
Toucan Press, Rue Des Monts, Delancey Park,
St. Sampson, Guernsey, Via Britain
AFAWK this is out of print at present.
- Jeffery Farnol - A Biographical Sketch
by Harold Armitage
Published by: Sampson Low
Which is almost certainly out of print
Odds and Ends
Jaco A. Cebula's father tells us that :-
There is also "Portrait of a Gentleman in Colours", which is basically a
short history of the Berger (paint) family produced presumably in bookform
for advertising purposes written by Farnol. [DJ]
Portrait of a gentleman in colours : the romance of Mr. Lewis Berger.
Published as a book in London by Sampson Low, Marston, in 1935
[ 85 p.,  leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 24 cm ]. [thanks to Mark Blanchard]
[Must be meant to supplement " A Century & a Half of the House of Berger
1760-1910 " by Thomas B. Berger. I.E-N]
Beth Davisson tells us that :-
You missed MY LADY CAPRICE in your bibliography, a sweet romance
published in 1908. I read it about 20 years ago in the Kern County (CA)
Library System. Not sure of the publisher or even if the library still
Mark Blanchard tells us that :-
Mark Blanchard :-
My Lady Caprice was Originally published under title: Chronicles
of the imp. Dodd, Mead, 1906.
Here are a couple I didn't see on your list:
Farnol, Jeffery, 1878-1952.
Voices from the dust : being romances of old London and of that which
never dies, the good lives on eternally, only the baser thing can die
by Jeffery Farnol ; with illustrations by H.R. Millar.
xi, 369 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
The London stone -- The sanctuary, Westminster Abbey -- The river
Thames -- London Bridge -- The White tower -- St. Bartholomew's --
Smithfield -- Tothill (Tuttle) Fields -- Whitefriars -- The banqueting
hall at Whitehall --Plague -- Hyde Park -- The pilgrims.
Farnol, Jeffery, 1878-1952.
Great Britain at war,
(Peter Clancy suggest that this is probably the American
edition of 'Some War Impressions')
by Jeffery Farnol.
vii, 167 p. 20 cm.
Little, Brown, and company,
World War, 1914-1918 Great Britain.
"Collected articles ... some of which have already appeared in the
press both in England and America."--Foreword. Foreword.--Cartridges.--
Rifles and Lewis guns.--Clydebank.--Ships in making.--The battle
cruisers.--A hospital.--The guns.--A training camp.--Arras.--The
battlefields.--Flying men.--Ypres.--What Britain has done.
and another interesting item.
Nichols, G. H. F. #q(George Herbert Fosdike)
New York / #cby "Quex" ; with a preface by Jeffery Farnol.
London : #bStanley Paul, #c1927.
v, 7-157 p. : #bill. ; #c20 cm.
New York (N.Y.) #xDescription and travel.
Farnol, Jeffery, #d1878-1952.
Here are a couple more items, the first a short story; the second a biographical feature:
TITLE: More great tales of crime & detection : short stories featuring the world's most famous detectives
PLACE: Secaucus, N.J. :
PUBLISHER: Chartwell Books,
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 513 p. ; 24 cm.
NOTES:Footprints / by Jeffery Farnol
TITLE: The Saturday book : 34
PLACE: New York :
PUBLISHER: C.N. Potter,
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 237,  p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
NOTES: ....including --The world of Jeffery Farnol / E. S. Turner
Peter Clancy tells us that :-
- another JF publication is "Hove". This was more a thick brochure that
JF was commissioned to write by Hove and contains many pictures of the area
accompanied by JF insisting that Hove was absolutely the place to come if
you wanted a jolly nice holiday![DJ]