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Guides to fiction, and thousands of free novels online. Science fiction, fantasy, thrillers, Spanish language, romance, historical fiction, mysteries, literature, adventure, westerns, graphic novels, horror, mythology, folk tales and short stories.

 
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General Fiction

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror

Mystery & Crime Fiction

Juveniles & Young Adults

Historical Fiction

Women’s Fiction

Comics & Graphic Novels

Literature: U.S. & World

Short Stories

Theater

Fairly Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

Spanish Language Fiction

 

General Fiction

Adventure Fiction Collection

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Espionage & Thriller Fiction Collection

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African American Collection

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Mexican American Collection

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Western Fiction Collection

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Canadian Fiction Collection

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Chinese Fiction in English Collection

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Chinese Fiction in Chinese Collection

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French Fiction in French and English Collection

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Bibliographies of Fiction Collection

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Books & Reading Collection

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Bibliographies of American Authors Collection

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What Do I Read Next?: A Reader’s Guide to Current Genre Fiction (1991 edition)

– 1993 Edition

– 1998 Edition

– 2005 Edition Vol 1

– 2005 Edition Vol 2

Barron, Neil et al.
Gale Research 1991-2005
016

The earlier editions contain the genres of fantasy, western, romance, horror, mystery, science fiction. The 2005 edition also contains the genres of inspirational, historical, and popular fiction. Each entry includes a summary paragraph, other books by the same author, and other ‘books you might like’. Also time period, locale and some other info.

What Western Do I Read Next? A Reader’s Guide to Recent Western Fiction

Barton, Wayne
Gale Research 1998        Dewey Dec.    016

For each title there is a summary description and recommendations for similar books. Several indexes enable searches by series, time period, location, author and more.

A Year of Reading: A Month-by-Month Guide to Classics and Crowd-Pleasers for You and Your Book Group

Ellington, Elisabeth and Freimiller, Jane
Sourcebooks 2002        Dewey Dec.    016

“Five titles designated as crowd pleasers, classics, challenges, memoirs, or potluck options are provided for each month. . . . There are brief descriptions of each book, thought-provoking discussion questions, information about the authors, video and Internet resources, and lists of related readings. Literary discussion groups will welcome this invaluable resource.” -Booklist

Now Read On … A Guide to Contemporary Popular Fiction

Hicken, Mandy and Prytherch, Ray
Scolar 1994        Dewey Dec.    016

Organized into chapters of 20 popular genres, the authors provide a profile of each of several popular authors in the genre, with a list of their books.

Fifty Years of Best Sellers 1895-1945

Hackett, Alice Payne
Bowker 1945        Dewey Dec.    16.8

Each year through 1911 has a list of the top 10 works of fiction; for each year afterward the top 10 works of non-fiction are also listed. A half-page description of annual highlights often follows the lists. The volume also contains a chapter on American best sellers from 1880-1945, and another on best-selling books and authors before 1880.

See our collections of Classic Novels & Historical Fiction and Short Stories

Sequels: An Annotated Guide to Novels in Series

Husband, Janet G. and Husband, Jonathan P.
American Library Association 1997        Dewey Dec.    016

“A selective, annotated list of the best, most enduring, and most popular novels in series. Short stories and children’s books are excluded; classics, mysteries, and science fiction are included. Each work is listed in the best current edition, in the preferred order for reading. Arranged by author, with a title and subject index.”

A Thousand of the Best Novels

Newark, N. J. Free public library
Newark 1919        Dewey Dec.    016.8

An excellent list in which the chief factors of selection have been: to add books with positive literary merit and yet popular interest; to include contemporary and American action.- A.L.A. Catalog 1926

More Book Lust: Recommended Reading for Every Mood, Moment, and Reason

Pearl, Nancy
Sasquatch 2005        Dewey Dec.    016

Pearl’s “recommendations are arranged under an alphabetical, subjective, but certainly comprehensive system of categories, which range from ‘Academic Mysteries’ to ‘World War II Nonfiction’ and from ‘First Novels’ to ‘Three-Hanky Readers.’ Within each category, Pearl’s commentaries are concise and sound. A book difficult to put down and easy to be guided by.” -Booklist

Now Read This II: A Guide to Mainstream Fiction, 1990-2001

Pearl, Nancy
Libraries Unlimited 2002        Dewey Dec.    016

See the summary for “Now Read This III”, below.

Now Read This III: A Guide to Mainstream Fiction

Pearl, Nancy and Cords, Sarah Statz
Libraries Unlimited 2010        Dewey Dec.    016

An annotated list of approximately five hundred mainstream fiction titles published since 2000, grouped by their main appeal features in the categories of character, setting, language, and story; each with suggested read-alikes. “Appendixes provide bridges to other genres, book award information, further resources, and advice for book groups, and everything is thoroughly indexed by author, title, and subject.” -Booklist

Read On … Crime Fiction: Reading Lists for Every Taste

Trott, Barry
Libraries Unlimited 2008        Dewey Dec.    016

“Rather than listing titles according to formal genres and subgenres, this book categorizes hundreds of popular crime fiction titles according to five broad features: character, setting, story, language and mood – and then into thematic lists, such as: ‘Reading the Bones’, ‘Dynamic Duos’, ‘Love you to Death’, and ‘Bright Lights, Dead Bodies’.” -Publisher

Fiction Catalog: A Complete List Cataloged by Author and Title with Annotations

H.W. Wilson Co.
H.W. Wilson 1911        Dewey Dec.    16.8

According to the Preface, this volume is intended to list the 2,000 best works of fiction of all time. The list is based on a number of publications and lists of best fiction, which are identified in the Preface. Many entries contain very brief descriptions or excerpts from reviews.

Standard Catalog: Fiction Section

Wilson, H.W.; Bacon, Corinne, comp.
Wilson 1923        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Lists 2,350 of the best novels for the average public library. 750 titles have been starred for first purchase by smaller libraries. Collections of short stories are included and all are arranged in one author and title alphabet with annotations. – A.L.A. Catalog 1926

Fiction Catalog

Yaakov, Juliet, comp.
Wilson 2001        Dewey Dec.    .016.8

14th edition.


Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror

Science Fiction Collection

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Fantasy Fiction Collection

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Supernatural Fiction Collection

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Horror Stories Collection

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Anatomy of Wonder 4: A Critical Guide to Science Fiction

Barron, Neil
Bowker 1995        Dewey Dec.    .016.8

The Checklist of Science-fiction and Supernatural Fiction

Bleiler, Everett F.
Firebell 1978        Dewey Dec.    016

Reference Guide to Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

Burgess, Michael
Libraries Unlimited 1992
016

A guide to “amateur and professional reference materials in the related fields of science fiction, fantasy, and horror…. The book is divided into 32 sections … including ‘Encyclopedias and Dictionaries,’ ‘Magazine and Anthology Indexes,’ ‘Subject Bibliographies,’ ‘Character Dictionaries and Author Cyclopedias,’ and ‘Film and Television Catalogs.’.. . Complete bibliographic citations are followed by literature and readable annotations that vary from a brief note to three or four lengthy paragraphs. The annotations consist of description and succinct analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of each item. . . . ‘Major On-Line Resources,’ is a particularly valuable examination of 20 Web sites.’’ Booklist

Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature: A Checklist, 1700-1974; Vol 1 – Indexes to the Literature

Vol 2 – Contemporary Science Fiction Authors

Reginald, R.
Gale Research 1979        Dewey Dec.    016

Volume 1 contains an author index of nearly 600 pages listing each author’s published books, followed by shorter indexes arranged by title, series, awards, and an “Ace and Belmont Doubles” index.
Volume 2 has two parts. The first part consists of biographical profiles of contemporary science fiction writers, and the second part is a ‘Pictorial History of Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing’.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, 1975-1991

A Bibliography of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Fiction Books and Nonfiction Monographs

Reginald, R.
Gale Research 1992        Dewey Dec.    016

An update to the 1979 volumes by the same author, also on this web page.

Fantasy Authors: A Research Guide

Stevens, Jen and Salo, Dorothy
Libraries Unlimited 2008        Dewey Dec.    016

This volume “includes entries for approximately 100 leading contemporary and popular authors.” “Each entry includes: a brief biographical sketch, including a quote from the author and his or her major awards; a list of the author’s major works; and research sources-biographies, interviews, criticism, research guides, a wealth of Web sites, and blogs.” -Book jacket

 

Mystery & Crime Fiction

Detective and Mystery Fiction Collection

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Women Detectives Fiction Collection

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Juveniles & Young Adults

Juvenile Fiction Collection

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Juvenile Wit & Humor Collection

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Young Adult Fiction Collection

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Children’s Literature Collection

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Dictionary of American Children’s Fiction: Recent Books of Recognized Merit, 1960-1984

– 1985-1989

– 1990-1994

– 1995-1999

Helbig, Alethea and Perkins, Agnes Regan
Greenwood 1986-2002        Dewey Dec.    028.5

100 Best Books for Children

Silvey, Anita
Houghton Mifflin 2004        Dewey Dec.    016

The author’s “long experience as a book reviewer and editor makes her list pretty much spot-on… . Each title gets a short essay that not only discusses the book and what it has meant to its audience but that also supplies wonderful behind-the-scenes information. … A helpful list, ‘Beyond the 100 Best,’ points parents in the right direction for more good reads.” -Booklist

500 Great Books for Teens

Silvey, Anita
Houghton Mifflin 2006        Dewey Dec.    016

List of Series and Sequels for Juvenile Readers (Useful References Series)

Wead, Katharine H.
Faxon 1923        Dewey Dec.    016.8

The volume lists all the books in each of more than 100 series for children and teens.

Children’s Catalog of Thirty-Five Hundred Books: A Guide to the Best Reading for Boys and Girls

Based on fifty-four selected library lists and bulletins; arranged under author, title and subject; with analytical entries for 700 volumes

Wilson, H.W.; Bacon, Corinne, comp.
Wilson 1917        Dewey Dec.    011.6

Children’s Catalog Supplement: A Guide to the Best Reading for Boys and Girls

Four Hundred and Fifty Books chosen chiefly from books published between June 1, 1916, and January 1, 1918; arranged under author, title and subject; with analytical entries for 78 volumes

Wilson, H.W.; Bacon, Corinne, comp.
Wilson 1918        Dewey Dec.    011.6


Historical Fiction

Historical Fiction Collection

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Guides to Historical Fiction Collection

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World Historical Fiction : an annotated guide to novels for adults and young adults

Adamson, Lynda G.
Oryx 1999        Dewey Dec.    .016.8

A Guide to Historical Fiction

Baker, Ernest Albert
Routledge 1914        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Lists about five thousand novels which in any way portray the life of the past, including medieval romances and novels of manners, as well as avowedly historical novels. The arrangement is first by country and then chronologically by the historical period illustrated. Brief descriptive notes and a full index. The best and most comprehensive list yet published.
— A.L.A. Catalog 1926

A Guide to British Historical Fiction

Buckley, John Anthony and Williams, W. T.,
Harrap 1912        Dewey Dec.    16.84

“The list, which is representative and not exhaustive, has been compiled with a view to illustrating every phase of British History to which reference is usually made in an ordinary School course.”
– from the Forward

European War Fiction in English and Personal Narratives; Bibliographies

Dawson, Loleta and Hunting, Marion Davis
Faxon 1921        Dewey Dec.    016.84

Part 1 contains 320 briefly annotated works of fiction; all are about World War I and set primarily between August 1914 and November 1918. They are organized by country. At the end of Part 1 is an index by author.

Part 2 is a bibliography of personal narratives of the war. All items are briefly annotated, and only those narratives considered by the compiler to have lasting value were included. There appear to be at least 400 books and articles in Part 2.

World Historical Fiction Guide

an annotated chronological, geographical and topical list of selected historical novels

McGarry, Daniel D.
Scarecrow 1973        Dewey Dec.    .016.8

Guide to the Best Historical Novels and Tales

Nield, Jonathan
Putnam 1925        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Contains virtually all the historical novels in the English language or which have been translated into English, classified according to period treated, and arranged in columns under title, author and publisher, and subject. Juvenile and especially good books are indicated. No notes. Several bibliographies and author and title indexes.- A.L.A. Catalog 1926


Women’s Fiction

Man-Woman Relationships Fiction Collection

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Women Detectives Fiction Collection

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Romance Fiction Collection

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Reading Women: A Book Club Guide for Women’s Fiction

Hill, Nanci Milone
Libraries Unlimited 2012        Dewey Dec.    016

“Brings together information on over 100 women’s fiction titles, providing everything a book group needs to encourage focused, stimulating meetings… Readers will learn the difference between women’s fiction, romance, and chick lit, as well as why these genres provide a rich trove of discussion topics for book groups.”

List of Books for Girls and Women and their Clubs (A.L.A. Annotated Lists)

Leypoldt, A. H., & Iles, George, ed.
American Library Association 1895        Dewey Dec.    011.6

About 2,100 titles in chief branches of literature, classed under 26 main headings; each group selected and annotated by a specialist. Publishers and prices; very full index. List is general and equally useful for boys and men. – A.L.A.Catalog 1904

Read On … Women’s Fiction: Reading Lists for Every Taste

Vnuk, Rebecca
Libraries Unlimited/ABC-CLIO 2009        Dewey Dec.    016


Comics & Graphic Novels

Comics & Graphic Novels Collection

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Graphic Novels: A Genre Guide to Comic Books, Manga, and More

Pawuk, Michael
Libraries Unlimited 2007        Dewey Dec.    016

“This guide is intended to help you (a librarian) start, update, or maintain a graphic novel collection and advise readers about the genre. It covers more than 2,400 titles, including series titles, and organizes them according to genre, subgenre, and theme—from super-heroes and adventure to crime, humor, and nonfiction. Reading levels, awards/recognition, and core titles are identified.” -Publisher


Literature: U.S. & World

Literary Fiction Collection

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Classic Literature & Criticism Collection

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English Literature Collection

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French Literature in French and English Collection

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Medieval Literature Collection

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Bibliographies of American Literature Collection

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Bibliographies of English Literature Collection

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Bibliographies of Modern Literature Collection

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A Descriptive Guide to the Best Fiction, British and American, Including Translations from Foreign Languages; Containing about 4,500 References

Baker, Ernest Albert
Macmillan 1903        Dewey Dec.    016.8 Rf

Note under each title gives theme and occasionally characterization, and list of editions. Best or representative works are starred. In Historical appendix all books illustrating history or social life of a country are entered briefly under 1) country, 2) period, 3) date. Full subject index and author-title index increase reference value. – A.L.A.Catalog 1904

The Reader’s Adviser: The Best in World Literature

DiYanni, Robert, ed.
R.R. Bowker 1994        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Literature of many nationalities included.

Translations of Foreign Novels; a Selected List (Useful references series)

Grimm, Minerva Ethel
Boston Book Club 1917        Dewey Dec.    016.84

Selected list of translations from eighteen different languages, arranged alphabetically by author and also by title. Nearly 1,100 novels are included.
— A.L.A. Catalog 1926

Register of Bibliographies of the English Language and Literature (Cornell studies in English)

Northup, Clark Sutherland
Yale University 1925        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Includes both separately published bibliographies and a wealth of careful analysis of bibliographies contained in periodicals, literary histories, society transactions, biographical dictionaries, provincial bibliographies and other composite works. All entries are given with exact reference, there are some critical and descriptive notes, and references to reviews are also included. The total number of bibliographies listed is well over six thousand, and they represent a close selection.
— A.L.A. Catalog 1926

Accessing the Classics: Great Reads for Adults, Teens, and English Language Learners

Rosow, La Vergne
Libraries Unlimited 2006        Dewey Dec.    016

“The intended audience is wide-ranging and includes anyone who wishes to foster language and literacy skills. Essential reading.” -Booklist

Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: Literature and Philology Section

An Annotated List of 1600 Titles with a Full Analytical Index

Wilson, H.W.; Sears, Minnie Earl, comp.
Wilson 1931        Dewey Dec.    016.8


Short Stories

American Short Stories Collection

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English Short Stories Collection

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American Children’s Stories Collection

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Index to Short Stories

Firkins, Ina Ten Eyck, comp.
Wilson 1915        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Author and title entries showing where to find in books or magazines short stories of about two hundred and fifty English and American authors; no author included who has not had one volume of collected stories published.- A.L.A. Catalog 1912-1921

The Standard Index of Short Stories 1900-1914

Hannigan, Francis J., comp.
Small, Manard 1918        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Author and title index in one alphabet; includes all short stories published in twenty-four of the more important magazines.- A.L.A. Catalog 1912-1921


Theater

Plays for Amateurs

Clapp, John Mantel, arr.
Drama League of America 1915        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Lists 197 plays, each with a paragraph describing plots, number and gender of characters, staging, difficulty, royalty fees etc.

Ottemiller’s Index to Plays in Collections

Connor, Billie M. and Mochedlover, Helene G., eds.
Scarecrow 1988        Dewey Dec.    016.8

“An author and title index to plays appearing in collections published between 1900 and 1985. This index analyzes 1,350 collections and “covers plays by 2,555 authors. The arrangement is by playwright, with lists of plays and collections in which each is designated by symbols. A list of collections analyzed and key to symbols and a title index complete the volume.

Viewpoints in Modern Drama; an Arrangement of Plays According to their Essential Interest (Viewpoint Series)

Drury, Francis Keese Wynkoop
A.L. A. 1925        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Three hundred and sixty-eight modern plays grouped by class or theme, briefly but effectively characterized, and their plots outlined. Acting facts are also given. Part two lists and describes many volumes on modern drama, criticism, play writing and amateur production.- A.L.A. Catalog 1926

Plays for Children

Oglebay, Kate, arr.
Drama League of America 1915        Dewey Dec.    016.8

Lists plays adapted to ages from six to sixteen, giving information as to publisher, scenes, time needed for presentation, characters, costumes, etc. Lists of reference books on producing, costuming, etc.- A.L.A. Catalog 1912-1921

Index to Dramatic Readings (Useful Reference Series)

Silk, Agnes K. and Fanning, C. E., comp.
Faxon 1925        Dewey Dec.    016.8

An index to the contents of twenty-five volumes of collections of dramatic readings published in the years 1915 to 1924, and chosen for their wide range of subjects. Selections are made available in numerous ways: by author, title, subject, by type of selection, occasion, and index of first lines and refrains. Of value to public readers, dramatic teachers and librarians.- A.L.A. Catalog 1926


Fairly Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

Fairies Fiction Collection

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Ireland in Fiction; A Guide to Irish Novels, Tales, Romances, and Folk-lore

Brown, Stephen J.
Maunsel 1919        Dewey Dec.    016.84

“The scope includes all works of fiction published in volume form, and dealing with Ireland or with the Irish abroad, and such works only. [It is not] a guide to the works of Irish novelists. Neither is it, properly speaking, a book of advice as to what is best to read.”
– from the author’s Preface.
About 1,700 titles are included, mostly annotated, arranged by author. There are also notes for each author. At the end are a number of lists, as follows:

-Historical Fiction
-Gaelic Epic and Romantic Literature
-Folk-Lore and Legend
-Fairy Tales for Children
-Catholic Clerical Life
-Humorous Books
-Books for Boys

Index to Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends

Eastman, Mary Huse
Boston Books 1915        Dewey Dec.    016.8

This volume lists fairy tales, fables, and also stories from Greek and Norse mythology, with the numerous published versions of them listed under each, by author and title.

 

Spanish Language Fiction

Spanish Language Fiction Collection

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Spanish Language Juvenile Fiction Collection

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Spanish Language Adult Fiction Collection

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