October 25, 2021

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List of fictional books

Inclusion criteria
This is a list of fictional books that appear in literature. Fictional books appearing in other print media, such as comics, are listed in List of fictional books from periodicals. Fictional books that appear in other types of media, such as television shows, are listed in List of fictional books from non-print media.

This is not a list of works of fiction (i.e., actual novels, mysteries, etc.), but rather imaginary books that do not actually exist. The fictional books on this list are ordered alphabetically under the name of the actual author who invented them.

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Works invented by Edwin A. Abbott
In Flatland:

Through Flatland to Thoughtland by Prof. A. Square
Works invented by Gilbert Adair
In The Act of Roger Murgatroyd:

The Case of the Family Jewels by Evadne Mount
Death Be My Deadline by Evadne Mount
The Mystery of the Green Penguin by Evadne Mount
No Murder in the Title by Evadne Mount
Oedipus vs. Rex by Evadne Mount
The Proof of the Pudding by Evadne Mount
The Stroke of 12 by Evadne Mount
The Timing of the Stew by Evadne Mount
The Urinal of Futility by Evadne Mount
The Wrong Voice by Evadne Mount (play)
In A Mysterious Affair of Style:

Death: A User’s Manual by Evadne Mount
Eeny-Meeny-Murder-Mo by Evadne Mount (play)
Murder Without Ease by Evadne Mount
The Tourist Trap by Evadne Mount (play)
In A Closed Book:

The First Fruits by Sir Paul
The Lion of Beltraffico by Sir Paul
Sitting at the Feet of Ghosts by Sir Paul
The Spirit of the Place by Sir Paul
Works invented by Douglas Adams
In The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series:

The fictional electronic book The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, depicted on the cover of a 1991 electronic edition of the actual trilogy
Celestial Homecare Omnibus
Encyclopedia Galactica
Fifty-Three More Things to do in Zero Gravity
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Mark II
How I Scaled the North Face of the Megapurna with a Perfectly Healthy Finger But Everything Else Sprained, Broken or Bitten Off By a Pack of Mad Yaks
How I Survived an Hour with a Sprained Finger
Life Begins at Five Hundred and Fifty
Practical Parenting in a Fractally Demented Universe
Sidereal Daily Mentioner’s Book of Popular Galactic History
Sqornshellous Swamptalk
The Ultra-Complete Maximegalon Dictionary of Every Language Ever
You and Your Planets by Gail Andrews
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Guilt But Were Too Ashamed To Find Out by Oolon Colluphid
Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Sex But Have Been Forced To Find Out by Oolon Colluphid
Where God Went Wrong by Oolon Colluphid
Some More of God’s Greatest Mistakes by Oolon Colluphid
Who Is This God Person Anyway? by Oolon Colluphid
Well That About Wraps It Up for God by Oolon Colluphid
The Big Bang Theory: A Personal View by Eccentrica Gallumbits
Songs of the Long Land by Lallafa
Time Traveller’s Handbook of 1001 Tense Formations by Dr. Dan Streetmentioner
In Doctor Who :

Origins of the universe by Oolon Colluphid
The Worshipful and Ancient Law of Gallifrey by Rassilon
Works invented by Lloyd Alexander
In The Book of Three, there is a distinct and fictional tome named The Book of Three
Works invented by Martin Amis
In The Information:

Amelior by Gwyn Barry
Summertown by Gwyn Barry
Aforethought by Richard Tull
Dreams Don’t Mean Anything by Richard Tull
Invisible Worms (unpublished) by Richard Tull
Untitled by Richard Tull
In London Fields:

Darts: Master the Discipline by Anonymous
In Money:

The Ironic High Style by Doris Arthur
Works invented by Poul Anderson
In The Earth Book of Stormgate:

A “running set of reminiscences” by James Ching
Tales of the Great Frontier by A. A. Craig. (Poul Anderson had used the pseudonym “”A. A. Craig”” for two earlier stories.)
Far Adventure, an autobiography by Maeve Downey
Private journals of Hirharouk
The Sky Book of Stormgate by Rennhi
Works invented by Wes Anderson
In The Royal Tenenbaums:[1]

Old Custer, a novel by Eli Cash
Wildcat, a novel by Eli Cash
Accounting For Everything: A Guide to Personal Finance, non-fiction by Henry Sherman
Dudley’s World, non-fiction by Raleigh St. Clair
The Peculiar Neurodegenerative Inhabitants of the Kazawa Atoll, non-fiction by Raleigh St. Clair
Family of Geniuses, a memoir by Etheline Tenenbaum
Three Plays (“Erotic Transference,” “Nakedness Tonight,” “Static Electricity”), by Margot Tenenbaum
In Moonrise Kingdom:[2]

Disappearance of the 6th Grade by Burris Burris
Shelly and the Secret Universe by Nan Chapin
The Girl from Jupiter by Isaac Clarke
The Francine Odysseys by Gertrude Price
The Light of Seven Matchsticks by Virginia Tipton
The Return of Auntie Lorraine by Miriam Weaver
Works invented by Piers Anthony
In The Source of Magic:

The Anatomy of Purple Dragons, author unknown
Hailstones: Magic vs. Mundane, author unknown
The Status of Spirits in Royal Abodes, author unknown
Tales for Ghosts, author unknown
Works invented by Isaac Asimov
In The Foundation Trilogy:

Encyclopedia Galactica (Other writers, including Douglas Adams, above, have borrowed this title.)
In “Blind Alley”:

Essays on History, by Ligurn Vier
Works invented by Kate Atkinson
In Emotionally Weird:

by Effie Andrews, the ‘Madame Astarti’ novels:
The Finger of Fate
Hand of Fate
Mermaids Ahoy!
Pick a Card, Any Card
The Wheel of Fortune
by Andrea Garnet
The Adventures of Anthea
Anthea’s Anguish (Booker prizewinner 2001)
The Invasion of the Tara-Zanthians by Colin Hardy
The Expanding Prism of J by Archie McCue
Wards of Love by Philippa McCue
The Balniddrian Conspiracy (in the Chronicles of Edrakonia series) by Kevin Riley
by Martha Sewell (poetry)
Cherry Picking in Vermont
Chicken Spirits
In Life After Life:

by Delphine Fox (pseudonym for Isobel Todd)
The Adventures of Augustus (series)
Works invented by Margaret Atwood
In The Blind Assassin:

The Blind Assassin by Laura Chase
The Chase Industries: A History
In Lady Oracle:

Lady Oracle by Joan Foster
by Louise K. Delacroix (pen name of Joan Foster)
Escape from Love
The Lord of Chesney Chase
Love Defied
The Secret of Morgrave Manor
Stalked by Love
Turrets of Tantripp
by Mavis Quilp
Anne Armstrong, Junior Nurse
Helen Curtis, Senior Nurse
Janet Holmes, Student Nurse
Judith Morris, Arctic Expedition Nurse
Lucy Gallant, Army Nurse
Nurse of the High Arctic
Romance in Paradise
In The Robber Bride:

Deadly Vestments: A History of Inept Military Couture by Antonia Fremont (in progress)
Five Ambushes by Antonia Fremont
Four Lost Causes by Antonia Fremont
Works invented by John Barnes
In One For the Morning Glory:

Chronicles, by Cedric
The Codwalloper’s Daughter, traditional story ballad
Highly Unpleasant Things It Is Sometimes Good To Know, compilation
King Boniface, by Roderick
The Masque of Murder, by Roderick
Memoirs, by King Amatus
Penna Pike, traditional story ballad, extended by Prince Amatus
Robber Baron: The Rise of the Thunder Family from Terror of the North to the Kingdom’s Most Respected Barony, by Deacon (Prime Minister) Dick Thunder (authorship disputed)
Things That Are Not Good To Know At All, compilation
The Third Part of Prince Amatus, by Roderick
The Tragical Death of Boniface the Good, by Roderick
Works invented by L. Frank Baum
In The Road to Oz:

Encyclopedia Donkaniara, by an unknown author
In the Oz books, by Baum and his successors:

Glinda’s Great Book of Records
Works invented by Max Beerbohm
In Seven Men:

A Faun on the Cotswolds by Stephen Braxton
Savonarola: A Tragedy by Ladbroke Brown
Ariel in Mayfair by Hilary Maltby
Fungoids by Enoch Soames
Negations by Enoch Soames
In A Christmas Garland:

All Roads by Maurice Baring
Out of Harm’s Way by A. C. Benson
The History of Sarah Wrackgarth by Arnold Bennett
Hell: A Harlequinade by John Davidson
Words About Words by Ezra K. Higgins
Snt. George: A Christmas Play by George Bernard Shaw
How to Be Happy Though Yet Unborn by H. G. Wells
A Midwife for the Millennium by H. G. Wells
Perkins and Mankind by H. G. Wells
Sitting Up for the Dawn by H. G. Wells
Works invented by John Bellairs
In The Face in the Frost:

An Answer for Night-Hags
Nameless Horrors and What to Do About Them
Six Centuries of English Spells
Table of Rust Rates by Captain Monkhouse
Krankenhammer by Stefan (the mad cobbler of Mainz) Schimpf
In Spell of the Sorcerer’s Skull:

Weird Tales of the Maine Seacoast
Clavicule de Saloman, La by Warren Windrow
In The Dark Secret of Weatherend:

Eminent Minnesotans
A History of Hoosac County
Peculiarities of American Cities
The Testament of J. K. Borkman by Jorgen Knut Borkman
The Book of the Dead by Simon of Salisbury
In The Figure in the Shadows:

Free Inquiry into the Properties of Magic Amulets by Florence Helene Zimmermann
In The House with a Clock in Its Walls:

Hardesty’s Universal Omnium Gatherum
Cloud Formations and Other Phenomena by Isaac Izard
In The Letter, The Witch, and the Ring:

A Cyclopedia of Jewish Antiquities by Reverend Merriwether Burchard
In The Mummy, The Will, and the Crypt:

Stately Homes of New England
In The Doom of the Haunted Opera (with Brad Strickland):

Transactions of the Capharnaum County Magicians Society (6 volumes)
In Vengeance of the Witch-Finder (with Brad Strickland):

History of the Barnavelt Family and the Rebellion Against King Charles I by James Barnavelt
Persecution, for Witch-Craft, of Martin Christian Barnavelt by Martin Christian Barnavelt
Works invented by Hilaire Belloc
In “Done into Verse: A Suggestion for a Rhymed ‘Who’s Who’: Keanes, Herbert O’Hone”:

(all by Herbert Keanes)

The Ethics of Jean-Paul
Flowers and Fruit
The Future of Japan
Is There a Clifford?
Musings by Killarney’s Shore
Problems of the Poor
What, indeed, is man?
Works invented by Jedediah Berry
In The Manual of Detection:

The Manual of Detection
Works invented by Robert Bloch
In The Man Who Collected Poe:

The Crypt by Edgar Allan Poe
The Further Adventures of Arthur Gordon Pym by Edgar Allan Poe
The Worm of Midnight by Edgar Allan Poe
In The Mannikin:

Cabala of Saboth
Commentaries on Witchcraft by Mycroft
In The Shambler from the Stars:

De Vermis Mysteriis (Mysteries of the Worm)
In The Suicide in the Study:

Cultes des Goules by Comte d’Erlette
Black Rites by Luveh-Keraphf
Works invented by Roberto Bolaño
In 2666: (all by Benno von Archimboldi)

The Berlin Underworld
Bifurcaria Bifurcata
The Black Sea
The Blind Woman
The Endless Rose
The Father
The Garden
The Head
The King of the Forest
The Leather Mask
The Lottery Man
Mitzi’s Treasure
Railroad Perfection
The Return
Rivers of Europe
Saint Thomas
Works invented by Jorge Luis Borges
In Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius:

Anglo-American Cyclopedia 1917 edition
A First Encyclopaedia of Tlön
History of a Land called Uqbar by Silas Haslam (1874)
In “The Library of Babel”:

Axaxaxas mlö (the words “axaxaxas mlö” also occur in Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius in an example of the language of Tlön)
The Combed Thunderclap
The Plaster Cramp
In stories named after the fictional books:

The Book of Sand
The Approach to Al-Mu’tasim by Mir Bahadur Ali (1932)
The Garden of Forking Paths by Ts’ui Pen

The Conversation with the Man Called Al-Mu’tasim: A Game of Shifting Mirrors by Mir Bahadur Ali (1934) — Illustrated version
Lesbare und lesenswerthe Bemerkungen über das Land Ukkbar in Klein-Asien by Johann Valentin Andreä
The Book of Things Unknown by Attar
Temple of Fire by Ali Azur
Urkunden zur Geschichte der Zahirsage (Documents and Tales: the History of the Zahir) by Julius Barlach (1899)
A General History of Labyrinths by Silas Haslam (1888)
Vindication of Eternity by Jaromir Hladík (1927)
Don Quixote and other works by Pierre Menard
Les Problemes d’un probleme by Pierre Menard (1917)
The God of the Labyrinth by Herbert Quain
April March by Herbert Quain
The Secret Mirror by Herbert Quain
Statements by Herbert Quain
Dem hemlige Fralsaren by Nils Runeberg (1909)
Kristus och Judas by Nils Runeberg (1904)
Biography of the Baal Shem by Dr. Marcel Yarmolinsky (1940)
An Examination of the Philosophy of Robert Fludd by Dr. Marcel Yarmolinsky (1921)
History of the Sect of the Hasidim by Dr. Marcel Yarmolinsky (1931)
Tetragrammaton by Dr. Marcel Yarmolinsky
A Vindication of the Cabala by Dr. Marcel Yarmolinsky (1938)
Works invented by William Boyd
In Any Human Heart:

North by Night by Butler Hughes
by Logan Montstuart
The Cosmopolitans
The Girl Factory
The Mind’s Imaginings
The Villa by the Lake
by Peter Scabius
Already Too Late
Beware of the Dog
Night Train to Paris
The Red and the Blue and the Red
The Slaughter of the Innocents
Three Days in Marrakesh
In Brazzaville Beach:

by Eugene Mallabar
The Peaceful Primate
Primate’s Progress
In Restless:

The Story of Eva Delectorskaya by Eva Delectorskaya
The Hollow Mountain by Sam M Goodforth
Germany: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow by Robert York
Works invented by T. C. Boyle
In “Achates McNeil”
Blood Ties by Tom McNeil
Electric Orphans by Tom McNeil
In “Going Down”
Cincuenta y retrocetiendo (Fifty Going Down) by Filéncio Salmón
The Ravishers of Pentagord by Filéncio Salmón
Works invented by Richard Brautigan
In The Abortion: An Historical Romance 1966:

Growing Flowers by Candlelight in Hotel Rooms by Ms. Charles Fine Adams
The Other Side of My Hand by Harlow Blade
Moose by Richard Brautigan
My Trike by Chuck
The Culinary Dostoevski by James Fallon
Vietnam Victory by Edward Fox
The Quick Forest by Thomas Funnel
Love Always Beautiful by Charles Green
Breakfast First by Samuel Humber
Pancake Pretty by Barbara Jones
Leather Clothes and the History of Man by S. M. Justice
It’s the Queen of Darkness, Pal by Rod Keen
Hombre by Canton Lee
My Dog by Bill Lewis
The Stereo and God by Reverend Lincoln Lincoln
He Kissed All Night by Susan Magar
The Need for Legalized Abortion by Doctor O.
Bacon Death by Marsha Patterson
The Egg Laid Twice by Beatrice Quinn
Jack, The Story of a Cat by Hilda Simpson
Printer’s Ink by Fred Sinkus
Your Clothes are Dead by Les Steinman
Sam Sam Sam by Patricia Evens Summers
UFO vs. CBS by Susan De Witt
A History of Nebraska by Clinton York
Works invented by Marie Brennan
In A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent:

Concerning the Rock-Wyrms of Vystrana: Their Anatomy, Biology, and Activity, with Particular Attention to Their Relation with Humans, and the Revelation of Mourning Behavior, by Jacob Camherst and others
A Journey to the Mountains of Vystrana, by Isabella Camherst, Lady Trent
A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir, by Isabella Camherst, Lady Trent
A Natural History of Dragons, by Sir Richard Edgeworth
Avian Anatomy, by Gotherham
Reliques of Vystrani Wisdom, by David Parnell
Methods of Cavern Formation in a Variety of Environments, by Pegshaw
Works invented by Elinor Brent-Dyer
In the Chalet School series:

In A Future Chalet School Girl: Mystery at Heron Lake by Josephine M. Bettany
In Althea Joins the Chalet School: The Secret of Castle Dancing by Josephine M. Bettany
In Carola Storms the Chalet School: The Rose Patrol in the Alps by Josephine M. Bettany
In The Chalet School Goes To It: Gipsy Jocelyn by Josephine M. Bettany
In Gay from China at the Chalet School: Indian Holiday and Nancy Meets a Nazi by Josephine M. Bettany
In Jo Returns to the Chalet School: Cecily Holds the Fort and Malvina Wins Through by Josephine M. Bettany
In Joey Goes to Oberland: Audrey Wins the Trick and Dora of the Lower Fifth by Josephine M. Bettany
In Lavender Laughs at the Chalet School: Lavender Laughs in Brazil: Lavender Laughs in Cyprus: Lavender Laughs in Libya: Lavender Laughs in Scotland: Lavender Laughs in the West Indies: Lavender Laughs in Turkey and Lavender laughs in New Guinea by Sylvia Leigh; and The Lost Staircase, Luella was a Land Girl, and The Robin Makes Good by Josephine M. Bettany
In The Chalet School and the Island: The Sea Parrot by Kester Bellever
In The Chalet School in Exile: Tessa in Tyrol by Josephine M. Bettany
In The Mystery at the Chalet School: The Leader of the Lost Cause by Josephine M. Bettany
In The New Mistress at the Chalet School: King’s Soldier Maid and Swords Crossed by Josephine M. Bettany
In A Problem for the Chalet School: A Royalist Soldier-Maid and Werner of the Alps by Josephine M. Bettany
In Three Go to the Chalet School: Lavender Laughs in Kashmir by Sylvia Leigh
In Tom Tackles the Chalet School: The Fugitive of the Salt Cave and The Secret House by Josephine M. Bettany
In Two Sams at the Chalet School: Swords for the King! by Josephine M. Bettany
In Maids of La Rochelle: Guernsey Folk Tales by Elizabeth Temple
Works invented by John Brunner
In Stand on Zanzibar:

Better ? than ? by Chad C. Mulligan
The Hipcrime Vocab by Chad C. Mulligan
You : Beast by Chad C. Mulligan
You’re an Ignorant Idiot a series by Chad C. Mulligan
Works invented by Steven Brust
In Athyra:

The Book of the Seven Wizards
Knitting of Bones
On the Number of the Parts of the Body
The Remembered Tales of Calduh
The Sorcerer’s Art and the Healing of the Self
In Five Hundred Years After:

Bedra of Ynn and Lotro: An Historical and Poetical Comparison (anonymous)
Mountain Ballads (anonymous)
Redwreath and Goldstar Have Traveled to Deathgate (play) (anonymous)
Tales of Beed’n (anonymous)
Short Life of Lotro (anonymous)
Wise Sayings of Five Bards (anonymous)
Overview of the Architecture of the Old Imperial Palace by Burrin
Imperial Wing of the Old Palace by Dentrub
History of Doors and Windows by Kairu
Three Broken Strings by Paarfi of Roundwood
Court Dress Before the Interregnum by Traanier
A Brief Consideration of Adverb Placement in Colloquial Tongue by Vaari
The Clothes Unmake the Emperor by Baron Vile
In Jhegaala:

Six Parts Water (play) by Miersen
Fauna of the Middle South: A Brief Survey by Oscaania
Works invented by Lois McMaster Bujold
In The Curse of Chalion:

The Legend of the Green Tree by Behar
The Fivefold Pathway of the Soul: On the True Methods of Quintarian Theology by Ordol
Works invented by A. S. Byatt
Template:Col-begin Template:Col-1-of-2 In The Biographer’s Tale:

Bajazeth by Sir Elmer Bole
The Golden Cage of Princes by Sir Elmer Bole
How Beautiful Are Thy Feet by Sir Elmer Bole
A Humble Maid of Acre by Sir Elmer Bole
A Journey Through Seven Climates, alleged translation of Evliya Çelebi by Sir Elmer Bole, likely to have been written by Boles himself
The Orchard Walls by Sir Elmer Bole
A Princess Among Slaves by Sir Elmer Bole
Rose of Sharon by Sir Elmer Bole
The Scimitar by Sir Elmer Bole
Shulamith by Sir Elmer Bole
A Spring Shut Up by Sir Elmer Bole
Life of Sir Elmer Bole, Volume 1: A Singular Youth by Scholes Destry-Scholes
Life of Sir Elmer Bole, Volume 2: The Voyager by Scholes Destry-Scholes
Life of Sir Elmer Bole, Volume 3: Vicarage and Harem by Scholes Destry-Scholes
In The Children’s Book:

Bel and the Dragon by Herbert Methley
Daughters of Men by Herbert Methley
The Giant on the Hill by Herbert Methley
Marsh Lights by Herbert Methley
Mr. Wodehouse and the Wild Girl by Herbert Methley
The Fairy Castle by Olive Wellwood
The Girl Who Walked a Long Way by Olive Wellwood
The Runaway by Olive Wellwood
The Shrubbery by Olive Wellwood
Tom Underground a play by Olive Wellwood

Astraea play by Alexander Wedderburn, in The Virgin in the Garden
The Yellow Chair play by Alexander Wedderburn, in Still Life
Babbletower: A Tale for the Children of Our Time by Jude Mason, in Babel Tower
A Sense of Glory by Julia Corbett, in The Game
The Silver Swan by Julia Corbett, in The Game
The Trivial Round by Julia Corbett, in The Game

In Possession: A Romance:

Ask to Embla poem-cycle by Randolph Henry Ash
Cassandra verse drama by Randolph Henry Ash
Chidiock Tichbourne by Randolph Henry Ash
Cromwell verse drama by Randolph Henry Ash
The Garden of Proserpina by Randolph Henry Ash
Gods, Men, and Heroes by Randolph Henry Ash
The Great Collector by Randolph Henry Ash
The Grecian Way of Love by Randolph Henry Ash
The Incarcerated Sorceress by Randolph Henry Ash
Mummy Possest poem by Randolph Henry Ash
Pranks of Priapus by Randolph Henry Ash
Ragnarök by Randolph Henry Ash
Jan Swammerdam poem by Randolph Henry Ash
St. Bartholomew’s Eve verse drama by Randolph Henry Ash
Complete Poems and Plays of by Randolph Henry Ash, compiled by James Blackadder
Complete Correspondence of by Randolph Henry Ash, compiled by Mortimer Cropper
The Great Ventriloquist, a biography of by Randolph Henry Ash by Mortimer Cropper
The City of Is by Christabel LaMotte
The Fairy Melusina epic poem by Christabel LaMotte
Last Tales by Christabel LaMotte
Last Things by Christabel LaMotte
Tales for innocents by Christabel LaMotte
Tales Told in November by Christabel LaMotte
The Shadowy Portal by Mrs. Lees
Debatable Land Between This World and the Next by Robert Dale Owen
Christabel LaMotte: A Selection of Narrative and Lyric Poems, Leonora Stern, editor
LaMotte’s Strategies of Evasion: A collection of essays Leonora Stern, compiler
No Place Like home by Leonora Stern
Tallahassee Women Poets, Leonora Stern, editor
Anemones of the British Coast by Francis Tugwell
Ghosts and Other Weird Creatures by Unknown
Unknown Sex Life of Eminent Victorians by Unknown
White Linen by Unknown

Works invented by Algis Budrys

In The Falling Torch:

Wireman’s Time by Robert Markham, Litt. D., Columbia University Press, New York, 2512 A.D.. $4.00
Note: Markham’s book, of which only a single paragraph is provided, is a biography (one of many) of Michael Wireman, who liberated Earth from extraterrestrial invaders and became its decades-long dictator. The Burdis book itself proceeds to tell the basic facts of Wireman’s life which escaped all biographers.

Works invented by James Branch Cabell
Template:Col-begin Template:Col-1-of-2 In the Biography of the Life of Manuel:

Anonymous Works
Les Gestes de Manuel
The Terrible and Marvellous History of Manuel Pig-Tender That Afterwards Was Named Manuel the Redeemer (an anonymous 16th-century English chapbook redaction of Les Gestes de Manuel)
La Haulte Histoire de Jurgen (The High History of Jurgen)
The Chart of Postures
The Dionysiac Formulæ
Litany of the Centre of Delight
The Spintrian Treatises
System of Worshipping a Girl
Thirty-two Gratifications
Works by Horace Calverly, Lord Ufford
Sixpenny Satires
The Vassal of Spalatro
Works by John Charteris
Ashtaroth’s Lackey
The Foolish Prince
In Old Lichfield
Works by Nicolas de Caen
Le Cocu Rouge (The Red Cuckold; disputed attributed)
Le Dizain des Reines (Chivalry)
Madoc et Ettarre (The Music from Beyond the Moon)
Les Aventures d’Adhelmar de Nointel
Le Roman de Lusignan (Domnei)
Le Roy Amaury
The Silver Stallion (disputed attribution)
Works by Felix Bulmer Kennaston
Chimes at Midnight
Defence of Ignorance
Epistles of Ananias, by Marian Winwood (consisting of Felix Kennaston’s love letters to her)
How Many Angels
The King’s Quest
Men Who Loved Alison (The Audit at Storisende)
The Tinctured Veil
Works by Gerald Musgrave
The Evolution of Marriage
Fertility Rites of the Sabbat
Lingham Worship
Myth of Anistar and Calmoora
Seed of Minos
Study of Priapos
Tentative Restoration of the Lost Books of Elephantis
Works by Colonel Rudolph Vartrey Musgrave
Chart of the Descendants of Zenophon Perkins
Colonial Lichfield
Lichfield Legislative Papers prior to 1800
The Musgraves of Matocton
Notes on the Vartreys of Westphalia
Recollections of a Gracious Era
Right on the Scaffold
Secession and the South
Works by Robert Etheridge Townshend
The Apostates
The Cords of Vanity
From the Hidden Way

Works by Other Authors
Volksagen, by Ackermann
Roman de Lusignan, unfinished English translation by Wir William Allonby
Ancetres de la Révolution, by d’Avranches
Pathologica Dæmonica, by Borsdale
Poictesme en Chanson et Légende, by Gottfried Johannes Bülg
Storia del Granducato di Toscana sotto il governo d’Allesandro de Medici, by Checino
Handbook of Literary Pioneers, by E. Noel Codman
Synopsis of Aryan Mythology, by Angelo de Ruiz
Urgeschichte der Philistäter, by Douwer
Hommes Illustres, by Du Maillot
Histoire de la littérature provençal (History of Provençal Poetry), by Charles Claude Fauriel
For Love of a Lady, by Marmaduke Fennel
Biography of Felix Kennaston, by J.V.A. Froser
Recherches sur le Culte de Sesphra, by Garnier
The Cream of the Jest, by Richard Fentnor Harrowby
In Scarlet Sidon, by Elspeth Lancaster
Key to the Popular Tales of Poictesme (Popular Tales of Poictesme: Supernatural, Romantic and Legendary), (Collected and illustrated) by John Frederick Lewistam
Life (of John Bulmer, Duke of Ormskirk), by Löwe
Life of Mrs. Norton, by Perkins
Origins of Fable, by Prote
Choix des Poésies originales des Troubadours, by Raynouard
Landed Gentry, by Sparks
Roscius Anglicanus, by Thorsby
Life of John Charteris, by Robert Etheridge Townsend
Tudor Tales, by Dr. Paul Vanderhoffen
Notice sur la vie de Nicolas de Caen, by Paul Verville
Visitations of Norfolk, by Villiers
Works in the library of John Charteris
Works by the “gifted writers of Bookland. You will observe it is extensive; for the wonderful literary genius is by long odds the most common character in fiction.”
Novels and Tales of Mark Ambient
Billiad, by Lord Bendish
The Wanderer, by Lord Bendish
Ashtaroth’s Lackey, by John Charteris
In Old Lichfield, by John Charteris
Complete Writings of Eustace Cleever (This might well have been taken from the phrase “Eustace Cleever, novelist” in the short story “Slaves of the Lamp: Part II” (1897) in Stalky & Co. by Rudyard Kipling.)
The Complete Works of David Copperfield
The Works of Colney Durance
Works of Bartholomew Josselin
Poems of Gervase Poore
The Works of Arthur Pendennis
Collected Essays, by Ernest Pontifex
Oeuvres de Lucien de Rubempré
Novels of Titus Scrope
The Amber Statuette, by Lucien Taylor
The Nungapunga Book, by G.B. Torpenhow
A Man of Words, by Felix Wildmay
An Essay upon Castrametation, with some particular Remarks upon the Vestiges of Ancient Fortifications lately discovered by the Author at the Kaim of Kinprunes
Works “planned but never carried through by real authors.
The Canterbury Tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer
The complete Christabel, by S.T. Coleridge
The Children of the Fathers, by Charles Dickens
The Young Person, by Charles Dickens
An epic by John Keats
The Unwritten Plays of Christopher Marlowe
King Arthur, by John Milton
Affectation, by John Sheridan
The Faery Queen Template:Sic, by Edmund Spenser
Cannonmills, by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Rising Sun, by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Shovels of Newton French, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Sophia Scarlet, by Robert Louis Stevenson
A mediæval romance of Agincourt by Thackeray
Familiar works “as the authors meant them to be”.
The Intended Edition of the works of James Branch Cabell, issued through Knappe & Dreme
The 1599 version of Troilus and Cressida, by William Shakespeare
In The Nightmare Has Triplets:

Smire Mythos (seven volumes), by Professor Afanyakof
Mythische Geographie, by Volcher

Works invented by Italo Calvino
In If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler:

If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler, by Italo Calvino
Outside the Town of Malbork, by Tazio Bazakbal
Leaning from the Steep Slope, by Ukko Ahti
Without Fear of Wind or Vertigo, by Vorts Viljandi
Looks Down in the Gathering Shadow, by Bertrand Vandervelde
In a Network of Lines that Enlace, by Silas Flannery
In a Network of Lines that Intersect, by Ermes Marana
On the Carpet of Leaves Illuminated by the Moon, by Takakumi Ikoka
Around an Empty Grave, by Calixto Bandera
What Story Down There Awaits its End?, by Anatoly Anatolin
Works invented by Cao Xueqin
In Hong Lou Meng:

Ji Zhi (姬子)
Works invented by Peter Carey
In Oscar and Lucinda:

Corallines of the Devon Coast and Hennacombe Rambles by Theophilus Hopkins
Works invented by Thomas Carlyle
In Sartor Resartus:

by _von Diog. Teufelsdrockh
by von Diog. Teufelsdrockh
Die Kleider, ihr Werden und Wirken (Clothes, their Origin and Influence): J. U. D. etc. Stillschweigen und Cognie. Weissnichtwo, 1831.
Works invented by Jonathan Carroll
In A Child Across the Sky:

Bones of the Moon by Cullen James (not the same book as Bones of the Moon by Jonathan Carroll)
In The Land of Laughs:

An untitled biography of Edward Abbey by Stephen Abbey
An untitled biography of Marshall France by Stephen and Gardner Abbey
The Green Dogs of Sorrow by Marshall France
The Land of Laughs by Marshall France
Night Races Into Anna by Marshall France
Peach Shadows by Marshall France
In Sleeping in Flame:

Flash and Blood by Stephen King
Works invented by Michael Chabon
In Summerland:

How to Catch Lightning and Smoke
The Wa-He-Ta Brave’s Official Tribe Handbook
In “The God of Dark Laughter”:

Encyclopedia of Archaeo-Anthropological Research
Uber das Finstere Lachen, by Friedrich Von Junzt
Khndzut Dzul (The Unfathomable Ruse)
In Wonder Boys:

The Abominations of Plunkettsburg and Other Tales by Albert Vetch (writing as August Van Zorn)
The Arsonist’s Girl by Grady Tripp
The Bottomlands by Grady Tripp
Fans and Fadeaways by John Jose Fahey
Eight Solid Light-years of Lead by John Jose Fahey
Kind of Blue by John Jose Fahey
The Land Downstairs by Grady Tripp
The Love Parade by James Leer
Sad Tidings by John Jose Fahey
Wonder Boys by Grady Tripp
Works invented by Robert W. Chambers
From The King in Yellow
The King in Yellow by Castaigne (Castaigne is either the author or the translator)
The King in Yellow has been adopted by authors into the Lovecraftian tradition.
From “The Repairer of Reputations”
The Imperial Dynasty of America by an unknown author.
Works invented by Raymond Chandler
Attributed to Aaron Klopstein (Klopstein committed suicide at the age of 33, shooting himself with an Amazonian blowgun):[3]

Cat Hairs in the Custard (poetry)
The Hydraulic Facelift (poetry)
Once More the Cicatrice (novel)
The Seagull Has No Friends (novel)
Twenty Inches of Monkey (short stories)
Works invented by Agatha Christie
Attributed to Ariadne Oliver:

The Affair of the Second Goldfish
The Body in the Library
The Cat it Was Who Died
The Clue of the Candle Wax
Death of a Debutante
Famous Crimes Passionnels (article)
The Lotus Murder
Murder for Love v. Murder for Gain (article)
The Tendency of the Criminal (article)
The White Cockatoo
The Woman in the Woods
Attributed to Salome Otterbourne:

Snow on the Desert’s Face (unpublished)
Under the Fig Tree
Works invented by Clamp
In the manga Chobits

A City With No People (children’s book series)
Vol. 1: A City With No People
Vol. 2: Someone Just For Me
Vol. 3: They Can Do Anything
Vol. 4: A Wish That Can’t Be Granted
Vol. 5: Little By Little
Vol. 6: Please Find Me
Vol. 7: A Warm Heart
Works invented by Susanna Clarke
Template:Main article

Works invented by Jonathan Coe
In What a Carve Up!:

A Pox on the Box: Memoirs of a Disillusioned Broadcaster by Alan Beamish
The Winshaw Legacy: A Family Chronicle by Alan Beamish
Dropping in on Jerry: A Light-Hearted Account of the Dresden Bombings by Wing Commander “Bullseye” Fortescue
Accidents Will Happen by Michael Owen
The Loving Touch by Michael Owen
The A-Z of Plinths by Revd. J. W. Pottage
So You Think You Know about Plinths? by Revd. J. W. Pottage
Plinths! Plinths! Plinths! by Revd. J. W. Pottage
300 Years of Halitosis (unknown author)
Great Plumbers of Albania (unknown author)
I was Celery (unknown author)
A Life in Packaging – Fragments of an Autobiography:Volume IX – The Styrofoam Years (unknown author)
A Lutheran Approach to the Films of Martin and Lewis (unknown author)
Works invented by J.M. Coetzee
In Diary of a Bad Year:

Strong Opinions by JC
In Elizabeth Costello:

Fire and Ice by Elizabeth Costello
The House on Eccles Street by Elizabeth Costello
Works invented by Eoin Colfer
In And Another Thing…:

The Complete Maximegalon Statistics, Volumes 1—15,000
The Quick Guide to the Complete Maximegalon Statistics, Volumes 1—25,000
Works invented by Wilkie Collins
In The Moonstone
Life, Letters, and Labours of Miss Jane Ann Stamper (forty-fourth edition)
In Who Killed Zebedee
The World of Sleep
Works invented by Joseph Conrad
An Inquiry into some Points of Seamanship by a man Tower, Towson—some such name (In Heart of Darkness) Conrad is probably either conflating or making Marlow conflate two books: J. T. Towson’s navigation tables, 1848 and 1849, and Nicholas Tinmouth’s An Inquiry relative to various points of seamanship, 1845: so not really an invented book.[4]
Works invented by Cressida Cowell
In How to Train Your Dragon
How to Train Your Dragon by Professor Yobbish
Works invented by Richard Cowper
In A Dream of Kinship:

Codex Iniquitatis by Anonymous
Letters to Brother Matthew by Brother Francis of York (later called Saint Francis)
A Perspective of the Christian Dilemma by Brother Matthew (writing as V. O. V.)
In The Road to Corlay:

The Avian Apocrypha by anonymous
The Book of Gyre by anonymous
The Book of Morfedd by anonymous
Carlisle ms by anonymous
Old Peter’s Tale by anonymous
Orgen’s Dream by anonymous
Morfedd’s Testament by Morfedd
In A Tapestry of Time:

Kentmere Psalter by anonymous
An unknown title by Master Surgeon Brynlas
Revelations by St. Francis
The True History of the Boy by St. Francis
History of Kinship in the United Kingdoms, Vol. 1 by Franscombe
Being and Non-Being by Hagendorf
Lexicon by Langley
Catalogue by Dean Pardoe
Leaves from an Antiquarian’s Notebook by Dean Pardoe
Consolations of Philosophy by Pargeter
An unknown title (contains the word “Life”) by Dom Sarega
In The Twilight of Briareus:

W. H. O. Regeneration Statistics. Vol. 3. 2004 by anonymous
L’Histoire Particulière de la Renaissance by Pierre Candel
Reminiscences by Margaret Hardy
Works invented by Edmund Crispin
In The Case of the Gilded Fly:
Metromania by Robert Warner (play)
Works invented by Justin Cronin
In The Passage
Belle of the Ball by Jordana Mixon
Works invented by John Crowley
In Little, Big:

Upstate Houses and Their Histories (pamphlet) by anonymous
Architecture of Country Houses by John Drinkwater
Brother North-Wind’s Secret and other books (resembling Thornton Burgess’s books) by John Storm Drinkwater
In The Solitudes:

Mythos and Tyrannos by Frank Walker Barr
Time’s Body by Frank Walker Barr
Bitten Apples by Fellowes Kraft
The Book of a Hundred Chapters by Fellowes Kraft
Bruno’s Journey by Fellowes Kraft
The Court of Silk and Blood by Fellowes Kraft
Darkling Plain by Fellowes Kraft
A Passage at Arms by Fellowes Kraft
Under Saturn by Fellowes Kraft
The Way’s Far Turning by Helen Niblick
Steganography by Lois Rose
Dawn of the Druids, author unknown
Phaeton’s Car, author unknown
Worlds in Division, author unknown
Works invented by Andrew Crumey
In D’Alembert’s Principle
Tales from Rreinnstadt by Muller
In Mobius Dick
The Angel Returns by Heinrich Behring, translated by Celia Carter
Professor Faust by Heinrich Behring, translated by Celia Carter
Evolution Towards Perfection by Otto Hinze
The Teleology of Mental Degeneration by Otto Hinze
In Mr Mee
Epistemology and Unreason by Ian Muir
Rosier’s Encyclopedia by Jean-Bernard Rosier
In Music, in a Foreign Language
Il Furto by Alfredo Galli
The Optical Illusion Last Friday by Alfredo Galli
Minds and Memories by Lowell
In Pfitz
Aphorisms by Vincenzo Spontini
Works invented by Chris Crutcher
In The Sledding Hill
Warren Peece by Chris Crutcher
Works invented by Mark Z. Danielewski
Template:Col-begin Template:Col-1-of-2 In House of Leaves:

Absent Identification by Melissa Schemell
All in All by Bernard Porch
All Accurate by Nam Eurtton
All In the Name of Feminism: A Collection of Essays by Nadine (ed.) Muestopher
American Psychology: The Ownership of Self by Helen Hodge
Ancient Devotions by Tab Fulrest
The Anti-Present Trunk by Philippa (ed.) Frake
The Architecture of Art by Cassandra Rissman LaRue
Artistic Peril by Deacon Lookner
The Bad Bodhi Wall by Bazine Naodook
Beyond the Grasp of Commercial Media by Gabriel Reller
Black Heart, Blue Heart by Rita Mistopolis
Cinematic Projections by Naguib Paredes
Collected Essays on Self-Portraiture by Haldor (ed.) Nervene
Collected Essays on “Exploration #5 by Hans Staker
The Complete Feng Shui Guide for the Navidson Record by Luther Shepard
Concatenating Corbusier by Aristides Quine
The Constancy of Carl Jung by Oona Fanihdjarte
The Courage to Withstand by Daphne Kaplan
Creationist Myths by Hanson Edwin Rose
Delial by Dennis Stake
Delial, Beatrice, and Dulcinea by Jennifer Caps
Dialects of Divorce In American Film In the Twentieth Century by Anita Massine
Esau by Freed Kashon
The Faraday Conclusion by Devon Lettau
Fear Mantras by Alicia Hoyle
Flawed performances: A Consideration of the Actors in the Navidson Opus by Isaiah Rosen
The Fraying of the American Family by Florencia Calzatti
Gathered God by Darren Meen
Glorious Garrulous Graphomania by T. N. Joseph (ed.) Truslow
Gotta Go by Mary Widmunt
Greek Mythology Again by Ivan Largo Stilets
Grief’s Explorations by Hank Leblarnard
Heaven’s Door by Alan P. Winnett
The Holloway Question by Newt Kuellster
The House by Daniel Bowler
House Cleaning by David N. Braer
House of Leaves by Zampano
How Have You Who Have Loved Ever Love A Next Time? by Rosemary Enderheart
In These Things I Find by Mace Roger-Court
Incarnation of Spirit Things by Lantern C. Pitch
The Incident by Iben Van Pollit
Inside Out by Rosemary Park
Killing Badly, Dying Wise by Nupart Jhunisdakazcriddle
The Language of Torture by Rafael Geethtar Servagio
A Lexicon of Improbable Theories by Blair Keepling
The Many Wall Fugue by Eugenio and Scholfield Rosch
Maternal Intrusions by Eric Keplard

Mortality and Morality in Photographs by M. G. Cafiso
The Navidson Record by Johanne Scefing
The Navidson Record: Action and Chronologies by Thorton J. Cannon
The Navidson Record: The Novelization
Not True, Man: Mi Ata Beni? by Eta Ruccalla
Notes From Tomorrow by Lisbeth (ed.) Bailey
Objects of a Thousand Facets by Edwin Minamide
Operation #4: The Art of Internal Medicine by Leon Robbins
Origins of Faith by Candida Hayashi
Our Father by Tad Exler
Pale Micturitions by Justin Krape
Palladian Grammar and Metaphysical Appropriations: Navidson’s Villa Malcontenta by Sebastiano Perouse de Montclos
Passion For Pity and Other Recipes For Disaster by Helmut Muir
Perversity In Dullness… and Vice-Versa by Celine Arlesey
The Phenomenology of Coincidence in the Navidson Recort by Marla Hulbert
Pieces by Will Navidson
The Places I’ve Seen by Teppet C. Brookes
Privacy and Intrusion in the Twenty-First Century by Clarence Sweeney
Recovery: Methods and Manner by Cora Minehart
Red Cross Faith by Janice Whitman
Riddles Within by Amon Whitten
Semiotic Rivalry by Yuriy Pleak
Shots in the Dark by Gavin Young
Simple Themes by Brendon Beinhorn
Sketches: The Process of Entry by Denise Lowery
Smile by Lester T. Ochs
The Study: Tom’s Place by Neekisha Dedic
Tamper With This by Patricia B. Nesselroade
Terrible Thoughts: The Psychology and Biology of Navidson’s Nightmares by Ernest Y. Hartmann
Theater In Film by Cassady Roulet
The Third Beside you: An Analysis of the Epistemological Echo by David Eric Katz
Thru Lines by Esther Hartline
Tick-Tock-Fade: The Representation of Time in Film Narrative by Frizell Clary
Twentieth Century Dub, Dub by Tony (ed.) Ross
Twenty Years in the Program by Cynthia Huxley
Ultrapure Water, the Super-Kamiokande Detector and Cherenkov Light by Gordon Kearns, L. Kajita and M. K. Totsuka
Understanding the Self: The Maze of You by Daniel Hortz
Violent Seeds: The Holloway Roberts Myst by Jeremy Flint
Violent Verses: Cinema’s Treatment of Death by Danton Blake
War’s Children by Melanie Proft Knightley
“What Are You Gonna Do Now, Little Man?” and Other Tales of Grass Roots Distribution by Kevin Stanley
When a Woman’s Fear Makes Her Run from Commitment and What a Smart Man Can Do About It by Steve and Carter Sokal
Wilder Ways by Ryan Murray
Wishing Well by Virginia Posah

Works invented by Robertson Davies
In Fifth Business:

Celtic Saints of Britain and Europe by Dunstable Ramsay
Forgotten Saints of the Tyrol by Dunstable Ramsay
A Hundred Saints for Travellers by Dunstable Ramsay
Works invented by John DeChancie
In Castle Murders:

The Moswell Plan by Dorcas Bagby, a book believed to be fictional even in its own world
Eidolons of the King by Librarian Osmirik, the Castle books as they exist in the fictional world
In Castle Perilous:

Ervoldt: His Book by Lord Ervoldt
Works invented by Philip K. Dick
In The Man in the High Castle:

The Grasshopper Lies Heavy by Hawthorne Abendsen
In A Maze of Death:

How I Rose From the Dead in My Spare Time and So Can You by A. J. Spectowsky
In The Transmigration of Timothy Archer:

Here, Tyrant Death by Bishop Timothy Archer
Works invented by Paul Di Filippo
In Plumage From Pegasus:

A History of Supermarket Fiction: How SF Swept the World by Roger Barnard
Corn Likker, Drag Racin’ and Coon Huntin’ by Andy Duncan and Michael Bishop
Great Mafia Science by Ben Bova
The Unsurrendered Fembot by Richard Calder
Faith-Based Fictions: A Conversation by Orson Scott Card, Andrew Greeley and Barry Malzberg
How to Pick Up Guys by Samuel Delany
Boy Magnate by Gordon Van Gelder
The Magazine Chums and the Case of the Disappearing Readers by C.J. Cutlyffe Heintz-Ketzep
The Magazine Chums Meet the Distributor of Doom by C.J. Cutlyffe Heintz-Ketzep
The Magazine Chums and the Great Paper Shortage by C.J. Cutlyffe Heintz-Ketzep
The Magazine Chums Apply for an Arts Council Grant by C.J. Cutlyffe Heintz-Ketzep
A History of Science Fiction and Fantasy in the New Yorker by Ursula K. Le Guin
Forever Plus! by Amber Max
Mega-Awesome SF: The True Story Behind Forever Plus! by Amber Max
Andre Norton’s Smackdown by Andre Norton
Imaginary Realist: The Life of Timothy Eugene by Milton Sharp
Women Write Fantasy, Men Write Science fiction by Nancy Kress and Charles Sheffield
I was a Teenaged Pornographer! by Robert Silverberg
The Big Book of High-Tech Texas Bar-B-Q by Bruce Sterling
Works invented by Martin Donovan and David Koepp
In Death Becomes Her:

Forever Young by Helen Sharp
Works invented by Arthur Conan Doyle
In the Sherlock Holmes series:

Chaldean Roots in the Ancient Cornish Language by Sherlock Holmes
Early English Charters by Sherlock Holmes
Malingering by Sherlock Holmes
Of Tattoo Marks by Sherlock Holmes
On Secret Writings by Sherlock Holmes
On the Polyphonic Motets of Lassus by Sherlock Holmes
On the Study of Tobaccos and their Ashes by Sherlock Holmes
On the Surface Anatomy of the Human Ear by Sherlock Holmes
On the Typewriter and Its Relation to Crime by Sherlock Holmes
Practical Handbook of Bee Culture, with Some Observations upon the Segregation of the Queen by Sherlock Holmes
Upon the Dating of Old Documents by Sherlock Holmes
Upon the Influence of a Trade upon the Form of the Hand by Sherlock Holmes
Upon the Tracing of Footsteps by Sherlock Holmes
Upon the Uses of Dogs in the Work of the Detective by Sherlock Holmes
Whole Art of Detection by Sherlock Holmes
Heavy Game in the Western Himalayas (1881) by Colonel Sebastian Moran
Three Months in the Jungle (1884) by Colonel Sebastian Moran
The Dynamics of an Asteroid by Professor James Moriarty
A Treatise on the Binomial Theorem by Professor James Moriarty
Giant Rat of Sumatra by Dr. John Watson
In the Professor Challenger series:

Outlines of Vertebrate Evolution by Professor George Edward Challenger
Some Observations Upon a Series of Kalmuk Skulls by Professor George Edward Challenger
Works invented by Umberto Eco
In Foucault’s Pendulum:

Diary of a Village Doctor
Diary of a Young Girl’s Illness
The Wonderful Adventure of Metals
Chronicles of the Zodiac by Dr. De Amicis
The Carmassi Brothers by Adeodato Lampustri
The Dismissed by Adeodato Lampustri
Panther Without Eyelashes by Adeodato Lampustri
Chaste Throbs by Odolinda Mezzofanti Sassabetti
In The Name of the Rose:

On the Use of Mirrors in the Game of Chess by Milo Temesvar
Manuscript de Dom Adson de Melk, Le by Abbe Vallet
Works invented by David Eddings
In The Belgariad:

The Mrin Codex a prophecy made by a madman
Works invented by Joe Eszterhas
In Basic Instinct:

The First Time by Catherine Tramell
Love Hurts by Catherine Tramell
Works invented by Sebastian Faulks
In A Week in December:

Bolivia: Land of Shadows by Antony Cazenove
Shropshire Towers by Alfred Huntley Edgerton
Alfie the Humble Engine by Sally Higgs (winner of the Pizza Palace Book of the Year)
A Winter Crossing by Alexander Sedley
The Potter’s Tale by R. Tranter
Works invented by Joshua Ferris
In Then We Came to the End:

Hiding Places Both Underwater and Underground a McLenox Publication
The Anarchist’s Philosophy a McLenox Publication
How to Make a Fake Birth Certificate on Your Home Computer a McLenox Publication
Works invented by Ronald Firbank
In Caprice:

Ozias Midwinter by anonymous
In Inclinations:

Three Lilies and a Moustache by anonymous
Travels by Lady Cray
Violet’s Virtue (or The Virtue of the Violet) by A Literary Lady (The Scottish Sappho)
Book of Cats by Miss Neffal
Six Strange Sisters by Geraldine O’Brookomore
Those Gonzagas by Geraldine O’Brookomore
Notes on the Tedium of Places by William Wordsworth
In Vainglory:

The Home Life of Lucretia Borgia by Mrs. Asp
The Women Queens of England by Mrs. Asp
Autobiography by Mrs. Cresswell
The Red Rose of Martyrdom by Mrs. Cresswell
The Leg of Chicken by Mr. Garsaint
Love’s Arrears by Claud Harvester
New Poems by Claud Harvester
Vaindreams by Claud Harvester
Scroll from the Fingers of Ta-Hor by Miss Hospice
Sacerdotalism and Satanism by Miss Missingham
Beams by Bishop Pantry
Even-Tide by Bishop Pantry
Inner Garden by Bishop Pantry
Night Thoughts by Bishop Pantry
Verlaine at Bournemouth by Lady Anne Pantry
Works invented by Jasper Fforde
Template:Col-begin Template:Col-1-of-2 In the Thursday Next novels:

Adventures in the Book Trade by O. Nakajima
At Long Last Lust by Daphne Farquitt
Bad Sofa by Landen Parke-Laine
The Books of H. Paige by Millon de Floss
Bradshaw’s Guide to the Bookworld by Commander Trafford Bradshaw, CBE
The Brontës by W.H.H.F. Renouf
Bunyan’s Bootscraper by John McSquurd (unpublished)
Cardenio – Easy Come, Easy Go by Millon de Floss
Caversham Heights (later retitled Nursery Crime, see also The Big Over Easy)
The Commander Bradshaw novels
Crimean Reminisces by Thursday Next
Death at Double-X Ranch
Degeneracy for Pleasure and Profit by Acheron Hades
Don’t Desert Your Desserts by Cilla Bubb
The Earthcrossers by Mr S.A. Orbiter
Enid Blyton by Millon de Floss
The Extraordinary Career of George Formby by John Williams
The Emperor Zhark novels by Handley Paige
The Gravitube – Tenth Wonder of the World by Vincentt Dott
The Global Standard Deity by Professor M. Blessington, PR (ret.)
Great Expectations, A Study by Millon de Floss
The Great Samuel Pepys Fiasco
Hades: Family From Hell by Thursday Next
The Hardest Job in Fiction by the Bellman
A History of Gibbons by Ronan Empyre
How I Think Life Began on Earth by Dr Luciano Spagog
Journal of a LitreTec by Bowden Cable
The Jurisfiction Chronicles by Thursday Next
The Jurisfiction Guide to Book-Jumping by the Unitary Authority of Warrington Cat
The Jurisfiction Guide to the Great Library by the Unitary Authority of Warrington Cat
Jurisfiction Journals by the Unitary Authority of Warrington Cat
The Land Speed Record by the Very Reverend Toredlyne
Library Sub-Basement Gazetteer
Life After Death for Felix Tabularasa by Millon de Floss

A Life in SpecOps by Thursday Next
Also called Thursday Next: A Life in SpecOps and My Life in SpecOps
Memoirs of A Crimean Veteran by Landen Parke-Laine
The Middle of Next Week
Neanderthals: Back After A Short Absence by Gerhard von Squid
The New Whigs: From Humble Beginnings to Fourth Reich by A.J.P. Milliner
Once Were Scoundrels by Landen Parke-Laine
The Perkins and Snell novels
Remember Them? A Study of Mnemomorphs by Blake Lamme (Ex-SO-5)
Revealments of St Zvlkx
Revenge of the Thraals by Handley Paige
A Short History of the Special Operations Network by Millon de Floss
Spacestation Z-5 by Handley Paige
The Squire of High Potternews by Daphne Farquitt
Story Operating Systems – The Early Years by WordMaster Xavier Libris
Sword of the Zenobians
Timestream Navigation for ChronoGuard cadets module 6A by Bendix Scintilla
Thursday Next: A Biography by Millon de Floss
Thursday Next Casebook by Millon de Floss
UltraWord – The Aftermath by Millon de Floss
UltraWord – The Ultimate Reading Experience by WordMaster Xavier Libris
The Ups and Downs of Act Breaks by Jeremy Fnorp
Upstream/Downstream by Colonel Next, QT, CG (non-exst.)
Wales – Birth of a Republic by Zephania Jones
Who Put the Poe in Poem? by Millon de Floss
Wuthering Heights: Masterpiece or Turgid Rubbish? by Millon de Floss
In the Nursery Crimes novels:

The Berkshire Book of Records
Chymes – Friend or Foe?
The Foot Lectures by Professor Tarsus
A History of Reading
Inside the Guild of Detectives
Motoring Into Oblivion by A. Morris
A Short History of the NCD
Valleyhills Movie Guide
Watching the Detectives by Masie Gray
Who’s What?

Works invented by Gardner F. Fox
In Kothar–Barbarian Swordsman:

The Lord Histories of Satoram Mandamor
In Kothar and the Demon Queen:

Attributed to Gronlex Storbon
Dialogue of Demons
Nights of Necromancy
Works invented by Michael Frayn
In A Landing on the Sun:

Fair Do’s:Studies in the Perception of Social Justice by E J Maitland
Natural Man by Dr Elizabeth Serafin
Works invented by Cornelia Funke
In Inkheart:

Inkheart by Fenoglio
Works invented by Neil Gaiman
Works invented in Good Omens, co-authored by Terry Pratchett, are listed in the “Terry Pratchett” section of this article.
Works invented in The Sandman comics are listed in the “DC Comics” section of List of fictional books from periodicals.

Works invented by Stella Gibbons
In Cold Comfort Farm:

Pard-spirit; A Study of Branwell Brontë by Mr. Meyerburg (Mybug)
The Higher Common Sense and The Pensées by the Abbé Fause-Maigre, translated by H. B. Mainwaring
Works invented by Robert Goddard
In Play to the End:

Lodger in the Throat by Joe Orton
The Plastic Men by Derek Oswin
Works invented by Edward Gorey
by C. F. Earbrass:

The meaning of the house
A moral dustbin
More chains than clank
The truffle plantation
The unstrung harp
Was it likely?
by Miss D. Awdrey-Gore:

The blancmange tragedy
The dustwrapper secret
The pincushion affair
The postcard mystery
The teacosy crime
The toastrack enigma
The toothpaste murder
by Dewda Yorger:

Dreary Rewdgo at Baffin Bay
Dreary Rewdgo on the Great Divide
Dreary Rewdgo in the Yukon
Works invented by John Green
In The Fault in Our Stars:

Midnight Dawns
The Price of Dawn
Requiem for Mayhem
An Imperial Affliction by Peter Van Houten
Works invented by Graham Greene
In The End of the Affair:

The Ambitious Host by Maurice Bendrix
The Crowned Image by Maurice Bendrix
The Grave on the Water-Front by Maurice Bendrix
Works invented by Radclyffe Hall
In The Well of Loneliness:

The Furrow by Stephen Johnson
Works invented by Carolyn Hart

Template:Col-1-of-2 In The Christie Caper:

The Ashen Prince by John Border Stone
Chimera by Bryan Shaw
The Clue at the Hacienda Dolores by Bryan Shaw
The Clue of the Chattering Parrot by Bryan Shaw
Death My Sister by Fleur Calloway
Death of a Nabob by Lady Gwenolyn Tompkins
Down These Steps by Natelie Marlow
Farewell, My Love, Forever by Pamela (as Pamela Gerrard) Bledsoe
The Grinning Skull by Emma Clyde
I Won’t Let You Die by Fleur Calloway
Sing a Song of Sorrow by Emma Clyde
Template:Col-2-of-2 In Death on Demand:

The Agony Chain by Fritz Hemhill
Blood Tales by Elliot Morgan
Danny’s Delight by Janis and Farley Farley
Deadly Diamonds by Harriet Edelman
Death in an Alley by Fritz Hemhill
Gentleman’s Smile by Harriet Edelman
Kerrigan’s Heart by Fritz Hemhill
Kiss a Stranger by Elliot Morgan
Murder in Casablanca by Emma Clyde
Ride a Wave by Harriet Edelman
Sad Song by Kelly Rizzoli
San Bernadino Heist by Hal Douglas
The Secret of the Red Dragon by Janis and Farley Farley
The Shuttered Mind by Kelly Rizzoli

Works invented by Scott Hawkins
In The Library at Mount Char:

Mental Warfare vol. III: The Concealment of Thought and Intention by anonymous
Works invented by Mark Helprin
In Winter’s Tale:

Pictures of Big White Horses by anonymous
Equine Anatomy by Burchfield
Catalog of Alabama Curry Combs 1760–1823 by Georgia Fatwood
Ride Like Hell, You Son of a Bitch! by Fulgura Frango
A River Moves Forward by Selena Haskins
Care and Feeding of the Horse by Robert S. Kahn
The Afro-California Jumping Style by Sierra Leon
Memoirs of a Military Groom by Moffet Southgate
Dressage by Turner
Works invented by Frank Herbert
In the Dune series:



Arrakis, The Transformation by Harq al-Ada
Lectures of Prescience by Harq al-Ada
Leto Atreides II, a Biography by Harq al-Ada
Riddles of Arrakis by Harq al-Ada
Testament of Arrakis by Harq al-Ada
The Book of Leto by Harq al-Ada
The Butlerian Jihad by Harq al-Ada
The Dune Catastrophe by Harq al-Ada
The Holy Metamorphosis by Harq al-Ada
The Mahdinate, an Analysis by Harq al-Ada
The Preacher of Arrakeen by Harq al-Ada
The Prescient Vision by Harq al-Ada
The Story of Liet-Kynes by Harq al-Ada
The Arrakis Workbook by Liet-Kynes
Bene Gesserit Training Manual
Dictionary Royal
Handbook of the Hajj
Kalima: The Words of Muad’ Dib, the Shuloch Commentary
Orange Catholic Bible, Revised
Palimbasha: Lectures at Sietch Tabr
Stilgar, The Commentaries
Tagir Mohandis: Conversations with a Friend
The Apocrypha of Muad’ Dib
The Book of Ghanima
The Book of Kreos
The Instruction Manual: Missionaria Protectiva
The Mentat Handbook
The Panoplia Prophetica
The Pedant Heresy
The Spacing Guild Handbook
The Spacing Guild Manual
Words of My Father: An Account of Muad’ Dib
Works of the Mentat
Strangler Vines of Ecaz by Holjance Vohnbrook (an anagram of John Holbrook Vance)
The Pillars of the Universe by Muad’ Dib (Paul Atreides)
St. Alia, Huntress of a Billion Worlds by Pander Oulson
A Child’s History of Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
Analysis: The Arrakeen Crisis by Princess Irulan
Arrakis Awakening by Princess Irulan
Collected Legends of Arrakis by Princess Irulan
Collected Sayings of Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
Conversations with Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
Count Fenring: A Profile by Princess Irulan
Dictionary of Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
In My Father’s House by Princess Irulan
Manual of Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
Muad’ Dib, Family Commentaries by Princess Irulan
Muad’ Dib, the Man by Princess Irulan

Muad’ Dib: The Ninety Nine Wonders of the Universe by Princess Irulan
Muad’ Dib: The Religious Issues by Princess Irulan
Private Reflections on Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
Songs of Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
The Humanity of Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
The Wisdom of Muad’ Dib by Princess Irulan
Words of Muad’dib by Princess Irulan
The Last Jihad by Sumer and Kautman
Orange Catholic Liturgical Manual by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators
The Liturgical Manual and the Commentaries by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators
The Orange Catholic Bible by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators
Pirate History of Corrino by unknown
Assassin’s Handbook
History of Muad’dib
Imperial Dictionary
Kitab Al-Ibar
Muad’dib Concordance
The Almanak en-Ashnof
The Azhar Book
Analysis of History by Bronso of Ix
Proverbs of Muad’ Dib
The Dune Gospels
The Dunebook
The Dunebuk of Irulan
The Ghola Speaks
The Hayt Chronicle
The Irulan Report
The Qizarate Creed
The Steersman Guide
The Stilgar Chronicle
The Tleilaxu Godbuk
The Yiam-el-Din (Book of Judgement)
The Journal of Leto II
The Oral History
The Stolen Journal
Conversations with Leto II
Lessons of Arrakis
Leto II: Dar-es-Balat Records
Muad’ Dib Speaks
Songs of the Scattering
Teachings of the Golden Path
The Apocrypha of Arrakis
The Bene Gesserit Coda
The Oral History of Rakis

Works invented by William Hope Hodgson
In Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder stories:

the Sigsand MS
Astral and Astarral Co-ordination and Interference by Harzam with addenda by Carnacki
Acrostics by John Dumpley
Astarral Vibrations Compared with Matero-involuted Vibrations Below the Six-Billion Limit by Professor Garder
Experiments with a Medium by Professor Garder
Induced Hauntings by Harzam
Works invented by S. A. Hunt
In The Outlaw King series:

“The Blade and the Bone” by Edward Brigham
“The Brine and the Bygone” by Edward Brigham
“The Cape and the Castle” by Edward Brigham
“The Feared and the Free” by Edward Brigham
“The Gunslinger and the Giant” by Edward Brigham
“The Rope and the Riddle” by Edward Brigham
“The Truth and the Trial” by Edward Brigham
Works invented by Samantha Hunt
In Mr. Splitfoot:

The Book of Ether by Zeke
Works invented by Aldous Huxley
In Brave New World:

Chemical and Bacteriological Conditioning of the Embryo by anonymous
Practical Instructions for Beta-Store Workers by anonymous
In Crome Yellow:

Biography of Men Who Achieved Greatness by anonymous
Biography of Men Who had Greatness Thrust Upon Them by anonymous
Biography of Men Who were Born Great by anonymous
Biography of Men Who were Never Great at All by anonymous
Cosmic Cuts by anonymous
What a Young Girl Ought to Know by anonymous
Wild Goose Chase, A Novel by anonymous
Humble Heroisms by Mr. Barbecue-Smith
Pipe-Lines to the Infinite by Mr. Barbecue-Smith
unknown by Mr. Barbecue-Smith
Dictionary of the Finnish Language by Caprinulge
The Tales of Knockespotch by Knockespotch
Certaine Priuy Counsels by One of Her Maiestie’s Most Honourable Priuy Counsels, F.L. Knight by Sir Ferdinando Lapith
unknown by Hercules Lapith
unknown by Denis Stone
Thom’s Works and Wanderings by Tom Thom
History of Crome by Henry Wimbrush
Works invented by James Hynes
In The Lecturer’s Tale:

Das Ding an Sich: A Cultural History of Cultural Histories by Lorraine Alsace[5]
Les Mortifications by Jean-Claude Evangeline
To Reign in Hell: The Will to Power in Paradise Lost by Anthony Pescecane
Where’s Waldo? The Representation of Everyman in Emerson by J. O. Schmeaux
Daughters of the Night: Clitoral Hegemony in LeFanu’s Carmilla by Victoria Victorinix
Rhythm and Metonomy in Coleridge’s Christobel by Victoria Victorinix
In Publish and Perish:

The Barbecued God: Death of a Yorkshireman by Joseph Brody
The Missionary Position: The Franciscan Construction of Rapanui Gender 1862–1936 by Virginia Dunning
(Re) Visioning Resurrection: The Myth of Human Sacrifice by Gregory Eyck
A History of Early Modern Witchcraft by Victor Karswell
Cooking the Captain: The Colonialist as Yorkshire Pudding by Stanley Tulafale
Works invented by John Irving
In The World According to Garp:

Confessions of an Ellen Jamesian by Anonymous
A Sexual Suspect by Jenny Fields (autobiography)
My Father’s Illusions by T.S. Garp
The Pension Grillparzer by T.S. Garp
Procrastination by T.S. Garp
The Second Wind of the Cuckold by T.S. Garp
The World According to Bensenhaver by T.S. Garp
A History of Everett Steering’s Academy by Stewart Percy
Lunacy and Sorrow: The Life and Art of T.S. Garp by Donald Whitcomb
In A Widow for One Year:

Before the Fall of Saigon by Ruth Cole
My Last Bad Boyfriend by Ruth Cole
Not for Children by Ruth Cole
The Same Orphanage by Ruth Cole
The Door in the Floor by Ted Cole
The Mouse Crawling Between the Walls by Ted Cole
A Sound Like Someone Trying Not To Make a Sound by Ted Cole
Coffee and Donuts by Ed O’Hare
A Difficult Woman by Ed O’Hare
Leaving Long Island by Ed O’Hare
Sixty Times by Ed O’Hare
Summer Job by Ed O’Hare
Followed Home from the Flying Food Circus by Alice Somerset
McDermid Reaches a Milestone by Alice Somerset
McDermid Retired by Alice Somerset
Missing Persons McDermid by Alice Somerset
In Until I Find You:

Normal and Nice by Emma Oastler
The Slush Pile Reader by Emma Oastler
In Last Night In Twisted River:

Baby in the Road by Danny Angel
East of Bangor by Danny Angel
Family Life in Coos County by Danny Angel
In the After-Hours Restaurant by Danny Angel
The Kennedy Fathers by Danny Angel
Kissing Kin by Danny Angel
The Spinster; or, The Maiden Aunt by Danny Angel
Works invented by Jin Yong
Jiu Yin Zhen Jing (九陰真經; Nine Yin True Classic), a fictional book on martial arts techniques and inner energy cultivation methods. It appears in all three novels in the Condor Trilogy.
Jiu Yang Zhen Jing (九陽真經; Nine Yang True Classic), a fictional book similar to the Jiu Yin Zhen Jing. It appears only in the second and third novels in the Condor Trilogy.
Works invented by Diana Wynne Jones
In The Lives of Christopher Chant:

Jones invented a series of children’s books that are apparently similar to Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers and St. Clair’s series. The Millie, below, are about a girl, Millie, who goes to a boarding school called Lowood House School. There are reportedly about ten books in the series, but only six are named: the first five, below, and another book called Head Girl Millie.

Millie Goes to School
Millie of Lowood House
Millie Plays the Game
Millie’s Finest Hour
Millie in the Upper Fourth
Works invented by Robert Jordan
In The Eye of the World:

The Essays of William of Maneches
The Travels of Jain Farstrider
Voyages Among the Sea Folk
In The Great Hunt:

The Dance of the Hawk and the Hummingbird by Teven Aerwin
Mirrors of the Wheel
To Sail Beyond the Sunset
In The Dragon Reborn:

A Study of the War of the Shadow by Moilin daughter of Hamada daughter of Juendan
In The Shadow Rising:

Dealing with the Territory of Mayene, 500 – 750 of the New Era
Travels in the Aiel Waste, with Observations on the Savage Inhabitants
The Treasures of the Stone of Tear
The Killers of the Black Veil by Soran Milo
A Journey to Tarabon by Eurian Romavni
The History of the Stone of Tear by Eban Vandes
In ”The Fires of Heaven:

The Flame, the Blade and the Heart
In Lord of Chaos:

Essays on Reason by Daria Gahand
Men of Fire and Women of Air by Elora daughter of Amar daughter of Coura
A Study of Men, Women, and the One Power Among Humans by Ledar son of Shandin son of Koimal
Works invented by Franz Kafka
In Der Prozeß/The Trial
Die Plagen, welche Grete von ihrem Manne Hans zu erleiden hatte
In Tagebücher/Diaries
Die Rache des Kommandeurs [series of columns]
Works invented by Caitlín R. Kiernan
The Mound Builders and the Stars: An Archaeo-Astrological Investigation by Charles L. Patrick Akeley
The Travels of Odysseus by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Waking Leviathan by Jacova Angevine
The Last Loan Shark of Bodega Bay by Theo Angevine
The Man Who Laughed at Funerals by Theo Angevine
Pretoria by Theo Angevine
Seven at Sunset by Theo Angevine
What the Cat Dragged In by Theo Angevine
Memoirs of a Martian Demirep by anonymous
Pornographies of Pnakotus by anonymous
Red Book of Riyadh by anonymous
Famous Film Monsters and the Men Who Made Them by Ben Browning
The Magdalene Grimoire by Roderick Burgess (from The Girl Who Would Be Death miniseries, based on Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series)
The Light Beyond Centre by Reese Callicot
The Ecstatic River by Reese Callicot
The Ark of Poseidon by Sarah Crowe
A Long Way To Morning by Sarah Crowe
The Red Tree by Sarah Crowe and Dr. Charles L. Harvey
Silent Riots by Sarah Crowe
Bloody Mary, La Llorona, and the Blue Lady: Feminine Icons in a Child’s Apocalypse by Judith Louise Darger
The Children of Artemis by Fera Delacroix
Alice by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (“Lewis Carroll”)
New American Monsters: More Than Myth? by Gerald Durrell
Closing the Door: Anatomy of Hysteria by Elenore Ellis-Lincoln
Hollywood Land by William Faulkner
Evening at the Gates of Dawn by Sadie Jasper
Hauntings of Old New England by Sadie Jasper
Ode to Fanny Brawne by John Keats
The Boats of Morning by Alex Marlowe
The Breathing Composition by Welleran Smith
The Far Red World by Andre Tyson
Werewolvery in Europe and Rituals of Corporeal Transformation by Arminius Vambery
Lemming Cult by William L. West
Looking for Moreau: A Posthumanist Manifesto by Maxwell White
Works invented by Stephen King
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Works invented by Barbara Kingsolver
In The Poisonwood Bible:

How to Survive 101 Calamities
In The Lacuna:

Pilgrims of Chapultepec by Harrison W. Shepherd
The Unforetold by Harrison W. Shepherd
Vassals of Majesty by Harrison W. Shepherd
Works invented by Elizabeth Kostova
In The Historian:

The untitled dragon books which different characters in the book find.
Ballads of the Carpathians
Life of Saint George
Philosophie of the Aweful
The “Chronicle” of Zacharias of Zographou by Atanas Angelov and Anton Stoichev
Sisyphus by Thomas Aquinas
The Torture Commissioned by the Emperor for the Good of the People by Anna Comnena
The Cannibals by Henricus Curtius
Tales from the Carpathians published by Robert Digby
Fortunes of an Assassin by Erasmus
History of Central Europe by Lord Gelling
The Damned by Giorgio of Padua
The King of Tashkani by William Shakespeare, as a “lost work”
Works invented by Nicole Krauss
In The History of Love:

The History of Love by Leo Gursky
How to Survive in the Wild by Alma Singer
Life as We Didn’t Know It
The Remedy
Words for Everything
Works invented by R. A. Lafferty
In Fourth Mansions:

The Back Door of History by Arpad Arutinov
Prose Poems by Maurice Craftmaster
Broken Cisterns and Living Waters by Endymion Ellenbogen
Second Trefoil Lectures by Michael Fountain
The Precursors by Dr. Jurgens
New Bestiary by Audifax O’Hanlon
Simplicitas by Orthcutt
In Through Other Eyes
Beard in Essential by Aristotle
Beard in Existential by Aristotle
In Ginny Wrapped in the Sun
The Contingent Mutation by Dr. Minden
In Name of the Snake
Euntes Ergo Docete Omnes (“Going therefore Teach Ye All”) by Pope Pious XV
In Entire and Perfect Chrysolite
Exaltation Philosophy by Audifax O’Hanlon
World as Perfection by Diogenes Pontifex
In Thus We Frustrate Charlemagne
History of Philosophy by Cobblestone
In Primary Education of the Camiroi
Joint Report to the General Dubuque PTA Concerning the Primary Education of the Camiroi by Piper, Paul, et al.
In Incased in Ancient Rind
Lost Skies by Audifax O’Hanlon
In Polity and Custom of the Camiroi
Report of Field Group for Examination of Off-Earth Customs and Codexes to the Council for Government Renovation and Legal Re-Thinking by Piggot, Paul, et al.
In The Six Fingers of Time
The Sexagintal and the Duodecimal in the Chaldee Mysteries by Schimmelpenninck
The Relationship of Extradigitalism to Genius by Zubarin
In Land of the Great Horses
Twenty-second Century Comprehensive Encyclopedia
Works invented by Stanisław Lem
In One Human Minute:

One Human Minute, by J. Johnson and S. Johnson, Moon Publishers, 1988
Weapons Systems of the Twenty-first Century: The Upside-down Evolution, 2105
The World as Cataclysm
In Imaginary Magnitude:

GOLEM XIV, by GOLEM; foreword by Irving T. Creve, M.A., PH.D.; introduction by Thomas B. Fuller II, General, U.S. Army, RET.; afterword by Richard Popp, Indiana University Press, 2047
Eruntics, by Reginald Gulliver
A History of Bitic Literature, by Juan Rambellais, et al.
Necrobes, by Cezary Strzybisz
Vestrand’s Extelopedia in 44 Magnetomes
In A Perfect Vacuum:

Les Robinsonades (or The Robinsonad) by Marcel Coscat
Pericalypsis by Joachim Fersengeld
Gigamesh by Patrick Hannahan
Die Kultur als Fehler (or Civilization as Mistake) by Wilhelm Klopper
Rien du tout, ou la consequence (or Nothing, or the Consequence) by Mme Solange Marriot
Sexplosion by Simon Merrill
Odysseus of Ithaca by Kuno Mlatje
Idiota (or The Idiot) by Gian Carlo Spallanzani
Toi (or You) by Raymond Seurat
Being Inc. by Alastair Waynewright
Gruppenfuhrer Louis XVI (or Nazi Squad Leader Louis the Sixteenth) by Alfred Zellermann
In Solaris:

Historia Solaris, by Hughes and Eugel
Works invented by Madeleine L’Engle
In A Ring of Endless Light:

untitled book about medical applications of lasers by Dr. Wallace Austin
In A Severed Wasp:

Curing and Healing by Cardinal Wolfgang von Stromberg (establishes notability of character within the book)
In A Swiftly Tilting Planet:

The Horn of Joy by Matthew Maddox (the book serves as a MacGuffin in the novel, being sought after by Charles Wallace and others; but ultimately is not needed) Also seen in An Acceptable Time
Once More United by Matthew Maddox. Maddox’s first book is incidental to L’Engle’s novel.
fictional books in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Illustration by Pauline Baynes.
Works invented by Jonathan Lethem
In Chronic City:

You Can’t be Serious, Dr. Jurow ghostwritten by Oona Laszlo.
Obstinate Dust by Ralph Warden Meeker. (Very likely a reference to Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace)[6]
Works invented by C. S. Lewis
In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe:

The Life and Letters of Silenus
Is Man a Myth?
Men, Monks, and Gamekeepers; a Study in Popular Legend
Nymphs and Their Ways
In Prince Caspian:

Grammatical Garden or the Arbour of Accidence pleasantlie open’d to Tender Wits by Pulverentus Siccus
In That Hideous Strength:

Dialect and Semantics by Dr. Elwin Ransom
Works invented by Barry Lopez
In “The Mappist”
The City of Ascensions by Onesimo Peña (pseudonym of Corlis Benefideo)
The City of Cod by William Smith Everett (pseudonym of Corlis Benefideo)
The City of Floating Sand by Frans Haartman (pseedonym of Corlis Benefideo)
The City of Frangipani by Jemboa Tran (pseudonym of Corlis Benefideo)
The City of Geraniums by Corlis Benefideo
Works invented by H. P. Lovecraft
This includes works by others in the Cthulhu Mythos.

Azathoth and Other Horrors by Edward Pickman Derby
Black Tome of Alsophocus
Book of Azathoth
Book of Eibon
Chronicles of Nath by James Sheffield
Chronike von Nath by Rudolf Yergler
De Vermis Mysteriis
Dhol Chants
The Eltdown Shards (tr. by Gordon Whitney)
Ghorl Nigral (also The Book of Night)
Ilarnek Papyri
Liber Ivonis
Livre d’Eibon
Necronomicon by Abdul al-Hazred
Pnakotic Manuscripts
Seven Cryptical Books of Hsan by Hsan the Greater (tr. Etienne-Laurent De Marigny)
Unaussprechlichen Kulten by Friedrich von Junzt
Works invented by Robert Ludlum
Operation Atlantis in The Ambler Warning is an action-hero novel.
Works invented by Thomas Mann
In “Death in Venice”:

A prose epic on Frederick the Great by Gustav von Aschenbach
Maia by Gustav von Aschenbach
Ein Elender (The Abject) by Gustav von Aschenbach
Geist und Kunst (Mind and Art) by Gustav von Aschenbach
Works invented by Anthony Marra
In “A Constellation of Vital Phenomena “:

Chechen Civilization and Culture Under Russian Patronage by Khassan Ghesilov
Origins of Chechen Civilization: Prehistory to Fall of the Mongol Empire by Khassan Ghesilov
Works invented by Ann M. Martin
In The Baby-sitters Club series:

Alice Anderson by Henrietta Hayes
Alice Anderson’s Big Break by Henrietta Hayes
Alice Anderson’s Greatest Challenge by Henrietta Hayes
The Anderson Family Reunion by Henrietta Hayes
The Basics of Playwriting by an unnamed author
Bone Chilling Ghost Stories by an unnamed author
Ghosts and Spooks, Chills and Thrills: Stories NOT to be Read After Dark by an unnamed author
Ghosts: Fact and Fantasy by an unnamed author
Ghosts I Have Known by an unnamed author
Good Money by an unnamed author
Great Dog Tales by an unnamed author
A History of Stoneybrooke by Enos Cotterling
The Horse in Art by an unnamed author
Horses of the World by an unnamed author
Kids Can Cook … Naturally by an unnamed author
Live from New York by Amelia Moody
The Lost Grandmother by Amelia Moody
Mandy Mandango Takes the Bull by the Horns by Amelia Moody
Night Frights Number Thirteen! Don’t Get Out of Bed! by Theodore “Ted” Garber
Nitty Gritty Meatballs by Amelia Moody
Spirits, Spooks, and Ghostly Tales by an unnamed author
The Stoneybrook Who’s Who by an unnamed author
Works invented by W. Somerset Maugham
In The Moon and Sixpence:

A Modern Artist: Notes on the work of Charles Strickland by Edward Leggatt, ARHA, publ. Martin Secker, 1917
Karl Strickland: sein Leben und Schwingel und seine Kunst, by Hugo Weitbrecht-Rotholz, Ph.D., publ. Schwingel und Hanisch. Leipzig, 1914
Strickland: The Man and His Work, by Robers Strickland (his son). Wm. Heinemann, London. 1913
Works invented by Ian McEwan
In Saturday:

No Exequies (poetry) by John Grammaticus (winner of the Newdigate Prize)
My Saucy Bark (poetry) by Daisy Perowne (granddaughter of John Grammaticus, and also Newdigate prizewinner)
In Atonement

Works invented by Anne Michaels
In Fugitive Pieces:

Bearing False Witness by Athos Roussos
From Relics to Replica by Athos Roussos
Groundwork by Jakob Beer
Dilemma Poems by Jakob Beer
Hotel Rain by Jakob Beer
What Have You Done to Time by Jakob Beer
Works invented by David Mitchell
In Ghostwritten:

The Infinite Tether – You and Out of Body Experiences by Dwight Silverwind
In Cloud Atlas:

Knuckle Sandwich by Dermot ‘Duster’ Hoggins
The Pacific Journal of Adam Ewing by Adam Ewing
Half-Lives: The First Luisa Rey Mystery by Hilary V. Hush
The Ghastly Ordeal of Timothy Cavendish by Timothy Cavendish
In The Bone Clocks:

The Creepy Guy in the Yoga Class by Louis Baranquilla
Man in a White Car by Richard Cheeseman
Bushonomics and the New Monetarism by I.F.R. Coates
Route 605 by Nick Greek
Desiccated Embryos by Crispin Hershey
Echo Must Die by Crispin Hershey
Red Monkey by Crispin Hershey
To Be Continued by Crispin Hershey
Wanda in Oils by Crispin Hershey
The Icepick Man by Ersilia Holt
Across the Wide Ocean by Devon Kim-Ashkenazy
Horsehead Nebula by Maaza Kolofski
Soul Carnivores by Soleil Moore
Your Last Chance by Soleil Moore
In God’s Country by Japheth Solomon
The Radio People by Holly Sykes
Wildflowers by Holly Sykes
How to Get Seriously Rich by Thirty by unknown
Works invented by Walter Moers
In The 13½ Lives of Captain Bluebear:

The Encyclopedia of Marvels, Life Forms and Other Phenomena of Zamonia and its Environs by Professor Abdullah Nightingale
Works invented by Lucy Maud Montgomery
In Anne of Avonlea:

Edgewood Days by Charlotte E. Morgan
Golden Keys by Charlotte E. Morgan
The Rosebud Garden by Charlotte E. Morgan
In Anne’s House of Dreams:

A Mad Love by an unnamed woman (it has one hundred and three chapters)
The Life-Book of Captain Jim by Captain James Boyd and Owen Ford
In Rilla of Ingleside:

Morgan on the Care of Infants
In Emily’s Quest:

The Moral of the Rose by Emily Byrd Starr
A Seller of Dreams by Emily Byrd Starr (unpublished)
A Royal Betrothal by Mark Delange Greaves
In The Blue Castle:

Thistle Harvest by John Foster
Magic of Wings by John Foster
Wild Honey by John Foster
Works invented by Richard Morgan
In the Takeshi Kovacs series:

Poems and Other Prevarications by Quellcrist Falconer
Things I Should Have Learned by Now by Quellcrist Falconer
Works invented by Haruki Murakami
In 1Q84

Air Chrysalis by Fuka-Eri (pen name of Eriko Fukada) and ghost written by Tengo Kawana.
Works invented by Vladimir Nabokov
In Invitation to a Beheading:

In The Real Life of Sebastian Knight:

Lost Property by Sebastian Knight
Success by Sebastian Knight
The Doubtful Asphodel by Sebastian Knight
The Funny Mountain by Sebastian Knight
The Prismatic Bezel by Sebastian Knight
In Lolita:

Histoire Abrégée de la Poésie Anglaise by Humbert Humbert
Lolita, or the Confession of a White Widowed Male by Humbert Humbert
The Proustian Theme in a Letter from Keats to Benjamin Bailey by Humbert Humbert
Who’s Who in the Limelight (a theatrical yearbook of 1946), author unknown
The Little Nymph a play by Clare Quilty
Dark Age a play by Clare Quilty
The Strange Mushroom a play by Clare Quilty
Fatherly Love a play by Clare Quilty
The Enchanted Hunters a play by Clare Quilty
The Lady who Loved Lightning a play by Clare Quilty & Vivian Darkbloom
My Cue a biography of Clare Quilty by Vivian Darkbloom
In Pnin:

Suhie Gubi (Dry Lips) by Liza Bogolepov
Russia Awakes by Miss Herring
Response, A Hundred Love Lyrics by American Women
In Pale Fire:

A book on surnames (title unknown) by Charles X. Kinbote
Timon Afinsken (translation of Timon of Athens by Conmal, Duke of Aros
Voluminous correspondence by Ferz and Oswin Bretwit
Zemblan variants of the Konungs skuggsjá collected or forged by Hodinski (also known as Hodyna)
Ten volumes’ worth of novels (titles unknown) by Jane de Faun
Dim Gulf by John Shade
Hebe’s Cup by John Shade
Night Rote by John Shade
Poems by John Shade
Supremely Blest by John Shade
Taming a Seahorse by John Shade
A psychology textbook (title unknown) by Professor C.
Birds of Mexico by Samuel Shade, illustrated by Carolyn Shade
Historia Zemblica
The Merman (play)
In Look at the Harlequins!:

The book begins with a list of “Other Books by the Narrator”. Many, if not all, of these titles appear to be doppelgangers of Nabokov’s real novels.

Tamara (1925), relates to Mary
Pawn Takes Queen (1927), relates to King, Queen, Knave and The Defense[1]
Plenilune (1929), relates to The Defense
Camera Lucida (Slaughter in the Sun), relates to Laughter in the Dark (UK title: Camera Obscura)
The Red Top Hat (1934), relates to Invitation to a Beheading
The Dare (1950), relates to The Gift (Dar, in Russian) and Glory
See under Real (1939), relates to The Real Life of Sebastian Knight and Pale Fire[1]
Esmeralda and Her Parandrus (1941)
Dr. Olga Repnin (1946), relates to Pnin
Exile from Mayda (1947), a short story collection, could relate to Spring in Fialta and Other Stories
A Kingdom by the Sea (1962), relates to Lolita
Ardis (1970), relates to Ada
Works invented by Geoff Nicholson
In Hunters and Gatherers:

The Books of Power (18 vols.) by Thornton McCain
Works Invented by Garth Nix
In Sabriel:

The Book of the Dead (anonymous)
In Lirael:

The Book of Remembrance and Forgetting [anonymous]
Creatures by Nagi by Nagi
In the Skin of a Lyon [anonymous]
Works invented by Idra Novey
In Ways to Disappear:

by Beatriz Yagoda
Works invented by Patrick O’Brian
In Desolation Island:

New Operations for Suprapubic Cystotomy by Dr. Stephen Maturin
Suggestions for the Amelioration of Sick-Bays by Dr. Stephen Maturin
Thoughts on the Prevention of Diseases most usual among Seamen by Dr. Stephen Maturin
Tractatus de Novae Febris Ingressu by Dr. Stephen Maturin
In The Wine-Dark Sea:

Mariners: Consensus and Cohesion in Certain States of Adversity by Dr. Stephen Maturin
Some Remarks on Peruvian Cirripedes by Dr. Stephen Maturin
In Treason’s Harbour:

Modest Proposals for the Preservation of Health in the Navy by Dr. Stephen Maturin
Remarks on Pezophaps Solitarious by Dr. Stephen Maturin
Works invented by Flann O’Brien
In At Swim-Two-Birds:

A Conspectus of the Arts and Sciences by Cowper
Flower o’ the Prairie by William Tracy
Jake’s Last Ride by William Tracy
Red Flannagan’s Last Throw by William Tracy
In The Third Policeman:

De Selby Compendium by Bassett
Lux Mundi: A Memoir of de Selby by Bassett
Recollections by Bassett
Glauben ueber Ueberalls by Countess Schnapper
A Memoir of Garcia by de Selby
Codex by de Selby
Country Album by de Selby
Golden Hours by de Selby
Layman’s Atlas by de Selby
Rural Atlas by de Selby
Histoire de Notre Temps by Du Garbandier
Great Towns by Goddard
The Man Who Sailed Away: A Memoir by H. Barge
Conspectus of the de Selby Dialetic by Hatchjaw
De Selby’s Life and Times by Hatchjaw
The De Selby Water-Boxes Day by Day by Hatchjaw
Hatchjaw and Bassett by Henderson
De Selbys Leben by Kraus
Collected Works by Le Clerque
Extensions and Analyses by Le Clerque
De Selby – l’Enigme de l’Occident by Le Fournier
De Selby – Lieu ou Homme? by Le Fournier
Thoughts in a Library by Peachcroft
Bibliographie de de Selby
Works invented by George Orwell
In Nineteen Eighty-Four:

The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism by Emmanuel Goldstein
In Keep the Aspidistra Flying:

The World Beyond, by the author of Spirit Hands Have Touched me
Father Hilaire Chestnut’s “latest book of R.C. propaganda”
London Pleasures, lengthy narrative poem which Gordon Comstock is working on but never completes—”a dreadful book that never got any further, and which, as he knew in his moments of clarity, never would get any further”
Mice, small volume of poetry by Gordon Comstock
High Jinks in a Parisian Convent by Sadie Blackeyes
Jesus the First Rotarian, Some Aspects of the Italian Baroque (“a snooty-looking volume”), Secrets of Paris and The Man She Trusted, none of whose authors are stated
In The Road to Wigan Pier:

Marxism for Infants by Comrade X, member of the CPGB
In Coming Up for Air:

Astrology applied to Horse-racing, “which proved that it’s all a question of influence of the planets on the colours the jockey is wearing.”
Wasted Passion—”The chap in the story finds out that his girl has gone off with another chap.”
Works invented by Charles Palliser
In Betrayals:

The Armageddon Protocol by Drummond Gilchrist (unfinished)
The Atlantis Ultimatum by Drummond Gilchrist
The Importance of Being Jack, a play by Maturin within the fictional television show Biggert.
The Cincinnatus Papers by Jeremy Prentice
Down on Whores by Horatio Quaife
Enough Rope by Auberon Saville
The Finger Man by Cyril Pattison
For Richer, For Poorer by Jeremy Prentice
The Mystic Medicine Man: Henri Galvanauskas in Lithuania 1940-41 by Jacques Gicquiaux
The Greater Glory by Jeremy Prentice
Let Not Ambition by
The Hauptmann Ultimatum by Frederick Ludlum
The Quintain by Drummond Gilchrist
The Quintessence by Cyril Pattison
The Right Lines by Horatio Quaife
The Sensation Seeker by Cyril Pattison
Unmasking Strategies of Desire: Texts, Power, and the Phallus in the Work of Henri Galvaunauskas by Graham Speculand
The Sting in the Tail by Jeremy Prentice, unpublished
The Throat Surgeon by Lavinia Armitage
Too Clever by Half by Jeremy Prentice
The Twister by William Henry Ireland, unpublished
Works invented by Orhan Pamuk
In The Black Book:

Obscuri Libri by Bottfolio
Kitabü’z- Zulmet by İbn Zerhanî
Works invented by Christopher Paolini
In Brisingr:

Domia abr Wyrda
Works invented by Arturo Pérez-Reverte
In The Club Dumas:

Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis
Key to Captive Thoughts
A Curious Explanation of Mysteries and Hieroglyphs
The Three Books of the Art
The Secrets of Wisdom by Nicholas Tamisso
The Lost Word by Bernard Trevisan
Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness by Lucifer
De origine, moribus et rebus gestis Satanae
Dissertazioni sopra le apparizioni de’ spiriti e diavoli
Restructor omnium rerum
Isis, the Naked Virgin by Baroness Ungern
The Devil, History and Legend by Baroness Ungern
Lupin, Raffles, Rocambole, and Holmes by Boris Balkan
Dumas: the Shadow of a Giant by Boris Balkan
Universal Bibliography by Mateu
Dictionary of Rare and Improbable Books by Julio Ollero
The Thousand Best Desserts of La Mancha by Enrique Taillefer
The Secrets of Barbecue by Enrique Taillefer
The Dead Man’s Hand, or Anne of Austria’s Page by Enrique Taillefer
Angeline de Gravaillac, or Unsullied Virtue by Amaury de Verona
I, Onan
In Search of Myself
Oui, C’est Moi
Treatise on the Art of Fencing by Don Jaime Astarloa
Works invented by Elizabeth Peters
In Curse of the Pharaohs:

History of Ancient Egypt by Professor Radcliffe Emerson
In The Deeds of the Disturber:

Development of the Egyptian Coffin from Predynastic Times to the End of the Twenty-Sixth Dynasty, With Particular Reference to Its Reflection of Religious, Social, and Artistic Conventions by Professor Radcliffe Emerson
In Die For Love:

Crimson Bloom of Love by Valerie Fitzgerald
The Slave of Lust by Valerie Vanderbilt
With a Willow in Her Hand by Valerie Valentine
In Naked Once More:

Lust Among the Savages by Jacqueline Kirby
Naked in the Ice by Kathleen Darcy
Passion of the Dark by Jacqueline Kirby
Priestess of the Ice God by Brunnhilde Karlsdottir
Red Flag, Red Blood by Jack Carter
Works invented by Stephen Potter
In Gamesmanship:

Bird Gamesmanship by Stephen Potter
Gamesman’s Handbook (1949) by Stephen Potter
Gardens for Gamesmen, or When to be Fond of Flowers by Stephen Potter
Moth’s Way and Bee’s Wayfaring by O. Agnes Bartlett
Origins and Early History of Gamesmanship by Stephen Potter
The Silver Book of End-Play Squeezes by Stephen Potter
Twenty-Five Methods of Tee-Leaving by Stephen Potter
In Lifemanship:

Dictionary of Lifemanship and Gameswords by Symes
Kninghts, and How to Reasuure Them about their Social Position by unknown
MP-manship 1953 by T. Driberg
Periodship (volume 2) by J. Betjeman
Springs on the Arun by A.C.Y. Davis
In One-Upmanship:

The Birdsman in Society by B. Campbell
Bricks Without Straw by Olaf Pepacanek
The Muse in Chains by Stephen Potter
The Tea Party by T.D. Pontefract
In Supermanship: ‘

Airborne Heritage by Stephen Potter
Down to Sixteen or Less by Stephen Potter
Literary Guide to the Thames Valley by Stephen Potter
My Fayre Sussex by Otto Carling
Rhododendron Hunting in the Andes by Dr. Preissberger
Works invented by Anthony Powell
For a list organized by author see “An Anthony Powell ABibliography.” [7]

In Books Do Furnish a Room:

Borage and Hellebore by Nick Jenkins
Sweetskin by Alaric Kydd
Bin Ends by F.X. Trapnel
Camel Ride to the Tomb by F.X. Trapnel
Dogs Have No Uncles by F.X. Trapnel
Profiles in String by F.X. Trapnel
In the A Dance to the Music of Time series:

Dust Thou Art by St. John Clarke
E’en the Longest River by St. John Clarke
Fields of Amaranth by St. John Clarke
The Heart is Highland by St. John Clarke
Match Me Such Marvel by St. John Clarke
Mimosa by St. John Clarke
Never to the Philistines by St. John Clarke
In Fisher King:

An unknown title by Valentine Beals
In Hearing Secret Harmonies:

The Gothic Symbolism of Mortality in the Texture of Jacobean Stagecraft by Emily Brightman
Cain’s Jawbone by Evadne Clapham
Death’s Head Swordsman, The Life and Works of X. Trapnel by Russell Gwinnett
Bedsores by Ada Leintwardine
The Bitch Pack meets on Wednesday by Ada Leintwardine
In What’s Become of Waring:

Fierce Midnights by O. Guiller-Lawson
An unknown title by Shirley Handsworth
Aristogeiton: a Harmony by Minhinnick
Than Whom What Other? by Redhead
Athletes Footmen by Quentin Shuckerly
An unknown title by T.T. Waring
Works invented by Terry Pratchett
In the Discworld series:

100 Walks in the Ramtops, by Eric Wheelbrace
Almanack de Gothic
Cooking with Brains, by Chef Aimsbury (Chef dé Canine Cuisine, Royal Bank of Ankh-Morpork)
Demonylogie Malyfycorum of Henchanse thee Unsatyfactory
Diseases of the Dragon
The Show Judges’ Guide to Dragons, by Lady Sybil Ramkin
Diseases of the Sheep
Geoffrey and the Magic Pillow Case in Snuff, by Miss Felicity Beedle
Grim Fairy Tales
The Goode Childe’s Booke of Faerie Tales
I Spy….Demons, by Professor Cuvee of Unseen University
Inne Juste 7 Dayes I Wille Make You a Barbearian Hero!, by Cohen the Barbarian
The Joye of Snackes, by “A Lancre Witch”
Koom Valley Codex
The Laws and Ordinances of the Cities of Ankh and Morpork
Liber Immanis Monstrorum, by Professor Cuvee of Unseen University
The Little Duckling Who Thought He Was an Elephant in Snuff, by Miss Felicity Beedle
Melvin and the Enormous Boil in Snuff, by Miss Felicity Beedle
Mr. Bunnsy Has an Adventure
The Octavo
Res Centum et Una Quas Magus Facere Potest
The Summoning of Dragons, by Tubal de Malachite
True Art of Levitatione
Twurp’s Peerage
Walking in the Koom Valley, by Eric Wheelbrace
What I Did On My Holidays, by Twoflower
Where’s My Cow? in Thud! (A version exists in the real world which features the fictional characters reading the fictional version.)
The World of Poo in Snuff, by Miss Felicity Beedle
In The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents:

Mr Bunnsy Has an Adventure
In Good Omens (with Neil Gaiman):

The Nice And Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch
The “Buggre Alle Thys” Bible (fictional edition of the Bible)
In Wintersmith:

Survival in the Snow (by T.H. Mouseholder)
Cooking in Dire Straits (by Superflua Raven)
Among the Snow Weasels (by K. Pierpoint Poundsworth)
The Habits of Wolves (by Captain W.E. Lightly)
Magnaventio Obtusis (by Perspicacia Tick)
Ancient and Classical Mythology (by Chaffinch)
Passion’s Plaything (by Marjory J. Boddice)
Sundered Hearts (by Marjory J. Boddice)
Unexpurgated Dictionary
Works invented by Malcolm Pryce
In Aberystwyth Mon Amour:

On Pools of Love by Joyce Moonweather
Governing a Sloop Captain Marcus Trelawney
Towards a New Pathology of Slovenliness Dr Heinz X. Nuesslin
Roses of Charon by Job Gorseino
Corruption of the Deep: The Captain’s Guide to Last Rites and Burials at Sea
Works invented by Thomas Pynchon
Adventures in Neuropathy by Puckpool
An Account of the Singular Peregrinations of Dr Diocletian Blobb among the Italians, Illuminated with Exemplary Tales from the True History of That Outlandish And Fantastical Race
The Book of Iceland Spar (‘commonly described as “like the Ynglingasaga only different”‘)
The Chums of Chance and the Caged Women of Yokohama
The Chums of Chance and the Curse of the Great Kahuna
The Chums of Chance and the Evil Halfwit
The Chums of Chance and the Ice Pirates
The Chums of Chance at Krakatoa
The Chums of Chance at the Ends of the Earth
The Chums of Chance in Old Mexico
The Chums of Chance in the Bowels of the Earth (‘for some reason one of the less appealing of this series, letters having come in from as far away as Tunbridge Wells, England, expressing displeasure, often quite intense, with my harmless little intraterrestrial scherzo.’) (Pynchon 2006, p. 117)
The Chums of Chance Nearly Crash into the Kremlin
The Chums of Chance Search for Atlantis
The Courier’s Tragedy by Richard Wharfinger (a Jacobean revenge play in five acts)
The Ghastly Fop (from Mason & Dixon)
How I Came to Love the People (anonymous)
The Italian Wedding Fake Book by Deleuze & Guattari
King Kong; 18 vls. by Mitchell Prettyplace (a ‘definitive study’)
Neil Nosepicker’s Book of 50,000 Insults. The Nayland Smith Press, Cambridge (Massachusetts), 1933
The Pennsylvaniad, an epic poem by Timothy Tox featured throughout Mason & Dixon
On Preterition by William Slothrop (‘among the first books to’ve been not only banned but ceremonially burned in Boston’)
The Plays of Ford, Webster, Tourneur and Wharfinger by Dr. Emory Bortz
Plotting the Stealth and Intrigue of the Jacobean Revenge Plays by Dr. Emory Bortz
Tales of the Schwarzkommando collected by Steve Edelman
Things That Can Happen In European Politics by Ernest Pudding
The Wisdom of the Great Kamikaze Pilots (with illustrations by Walt Disney)
Works invented by François Rabelais
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Works invented by Ayn Rand
In The Fountainhead:

Clouds and Shrouds, a memoir by Lois Cook
The Gallant Gallstone, a novel by Lois Cook
Sermons in Stone, a book about architecture by Ellsworth Toohey
In Atlas Shrugged:

The Heart is a Milkman, a novel by Balph Eubank
The Metaphysical Contradictions of the Universe, a philosophy book by Dr. Simon Pritchett?
The Vulture Is Molting, a nonfiction book by an unnamed author
Why Do You Think You Think?, a nonfiction book by Dr. Floyd Ferris
Works invented by Corey Redekop
In Shelf Monkey:

By Agnes Coleman:
My Baby, My Love
Baby I was Nothing Before You
Baby Madeleine, What Happened
By Patricia Yellow:
A Dime of Two for Your Thoughts
By Douglas McDonald:
Jesus Rides Shotgun
By Ian Falk:
Shame on All of You
By Nicholas Rapley:
I’m All Out of Tea
By Laureen Hoper:
Lightbulbs and Dreams
By Gerry Ewes:
Diamonds Out of Diapers
Works invented by Mary Renault
In The Friendly Young Ladies:

By J.O. Flint:
Pillar of Cloud
By Tex O’Hara, pseudonym of Leonora Lane:
Lone Stair Trail
The Mexican Spur
Quick on the Draw
Silver Guns
Works invented by J. K. Rowling
This is a list of books mentioned in the Harry Potter series. Titles specifically mentioned as textbooks are listed first, by class, followed by other books listed by general topic. Note that three of the following fictional books have since been written and published in the real world: Quidditch Through the Ages by Kennilworthy Whisp (2001), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander (2001), and The Tales of Beedle the Bard (2007, 2008).

Template:Col-begin Template:Col-1-of-2 Hogwarts textbooks

Book of Numerology
New Theory of Numerology, a book Harry gives Hermione for Christmas in fifth year (1995).
Numerology and Grammatica, a textbook that, in the movies, is divided into two separate textbooks:
Numerology by L. Wakefield
Grammatica by M. Carneiro
Care of Magical Creatures
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander
The Monster Book of Monsters
Standard Book of Spells (Grades One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six and presumably Seven) by Miranda Goshawk
Quintessence: A Quest
Defence Against the Dark Arts
Confronting the Faceless
Break with a Banshee by Gilderoy Lockhart
Gadding with Ghouls by Gilderoy Lockhart
Holidays with Hags by Gilderoy Lockhart
Magical Me by Gilderoy Lockhart
Travels with Trolls by Gilderoy Lockhart
Voyages with Vampires by Gilderoy Lockhart
Wandering with Werewolves by Gilderoy Lockhart
Year with the Yeti by Gilderoy Lockhart
The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection by Quentin Trimble
Defensive Magical Theory by Wilbert Slinkhard
‘The Dream Oracle by Inigo Imago
Unfogging the Future by Cassandra Vablatsky
Death Omens: What to Do When You Know the Worst is Coming
Broken Balls: When Fortune Turns Foul
Predicting the Unpredictable: Insulate Yourself against Shocks”
One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi by Phyllida Spore
Encyclopædia of Toadstools
Magical Mediterranean Water Plants and their Properties
Flesh-eating Trees of the World
History of Magic
A History of Magic by Bathilda Bagshot
Muggle Studies
Home Life and Social Habits of British Muggles by Wilhelm Wigworthy (Little Red Books, 1987)
Advanced Potion Making by Libatius Borage
Magical Drafts and Potions by Arsenius Jigger
Asiatic Anti-Venoms
Moste Potente Potions
Study of Ancient Runes
Ancient Runes Made Easy
A Beginner’s Guide to Transfiguration by Emeric Switch
Intermediate Transfiguration
Guide to Advanced Transfiguration

An Anthology of Eighteenth Century Charms
A Guide to Medieval Sorcery
Olde and Forgotten Bewitchments and Charmes
Great Wizards of the Twentieth Century
Nature’s Nobility: A Wizarding Genealogy
Notable Magical Names of Our Time
The Rise and Fall of the Dark Arts
The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore by Rita Skeeter
Armando Dippet: Master or Moron? by Rita Skeeter
Prefects Who Gained Power
Great Wizarding Events of the Twentieth Century
Hogwarts, A History, by Chroniclus Punnet
Modern Magical History
Important Modern Magical Discoveries
A Study of Recent Developments in Wizardry
An Appraisal of Magical Education in Europe

Magical creatures
Dragon Breeding for Pleasure and Profit
Dragon Species of Great Britain and Ireland
Dreadful Denizens of the Deep
From Egg to Inferno: a Dragon-Keeper’s Guide
Men Who Love Dragons Too Much
Handbook of Hippogriff Psychology
Fowl or Foul? A Study of Hippogriff Brutality
Why I Didn’t Die When the Augerey Cried by Gulliver Pokeby (Little Red Books, 1824)
Hairy Snout, Human Heart by an anonymous author (Whizz Hard Books, 1975)
Dark Arts
Magick Moste Evile
Secrets of the Darkest Art
A Compendium of Common Curses and Their Counter-Actions
Curses and Counter-Curses by Professor Vindictus Viridian
The Dark Arts Outsmarted
Self-Defensive Spellwork
Jinxes for the Jinxed
Practical Defensive Magic Its Use Against the Dark Arts
Magical cooking and housecare
Charm Your Own Cheese
Enchantment in Baking
Gilderoy Lockhart’s Guide to Household Pests by Gilderoy Lockhart
One-Minute Feasts—It’s Magic!
Magical healthcare
Common Magical Ailments and Afflictions
The Healer’s Helpmate
A Study into the Possibility of Reversing the Actual and Metaphysical Effects of Natural Death, with Particular Regard to the Reintegration of Essence and Matter
Magical how-to
Weird Wizarding Dilemmas and Their Solutions
Where There’s a Wand, There’s a Way
The Invisible Book of Invisibility
Magical theory
Magical Theory by Adalbert Waffling
New Theory of Numerology
Numerology and Grammatica
Magical Hieroglyphs and Logograms
Achievements in Charming
Basic Hexes for the Busy and Vexed
Spellman’s Syllabary
Madcap Magic for Wacky Warlocks
Saucy Tricks for Tricky Sorts
Powers You Never Knew You Had and What to Do With Them Now You’ve Wised Up
Twelve Fail-Safe Ways to Charm Witches by Franklin Filibuster
Sports and games
Beating the Bludgers—A Study of Defensive Strategies in Quidditch by Kennilworthy Whisp
Flying with the Cannons
Quidditch Through the Ages by Kennilworthy Whisp (Whizz Hard Books, 1952)
Quidditch Teams of Britain and Ireland
Handbook of Do-It-Yourself-Broomcare
Which Broomstick?
Home Life and Social Habits of British Muggles by Wilhelm Wigworthy (Little Red Books, 1987)
Muggles Who Notice by Blenheim Stalk (1972)
The Philosophy of the Mundane: Why the Muggles Prefer Not to Know by Professor Mordicus Egg (Dust & Mildewe, 1963)
Sonnets of a Sorcerer (cursed, anyone who reads it speaks in limericks for the rest of their lives)
The Adventures of Martin Miggs, the Mad Muggle – a comic Harry sees in Ron’s room
The Tales of Beedle the Bard is a book of children’s stories which is mentioned in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.One, about the hairy heart, is too strong for a child to read or listen to, and so was omitted by Beatrix Bloxam from her anthology.
The Hairy Heart: A Guide to Wizards who Won’t Commit
The Toadstool Tales by Beatrix Bloxam. This includes highly watered down versions of Beedle’s stories.
Tom Riddle’s diary, later revealed to be a horcrux, or part of Voldemort’s soul.

Works invented by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
In The Shadow of the Wind:

By Julián Carax:
The Angel of the Mist
The Cathedral Thief
The Red House
The Shadow of the Wind
Works invented by Brandon Sanderson
In The Way of Kings,

The Way of Kings, a scriptural work by Nohadon
The Book of Endless Pages, a religious text
In Words of Radiance,

Words of Radiance, a historical treatise
Works invented by Lewis Sands
In The Librarian, by L. Sands:

Works invented by May Sarton
In Mrs. Stevens Hears the Mermaids Singing, by F. Hilary Stevens:

Bull’s Eye, a novel
From a Hospital Bed, poems
Themes & Variation, poems
Dialogues, poems
Country Spells, poems
The Silences, poems
Most of the book is an interview of Mrs. Stevens at 70, and each book represents a section of her life.
Works invented by Dorothy L. Sayers
Template:Col-begin Template:Col-1-of-2 In The Documents in the Case:

Neglected Edible Treasures by George Harrison
I to Hercules by Jack Munting
In Gaudy Night :

A Study of Sheridan Le Fanu by Harriet Vane
Death Twixt Wind and Water by Harriet Vane
The Sands of Crime by Harriet Vane
Gas-Filled Bulbs by Jacqueline Squills
The Position of Women in the Modern State by Miss Barton
History of Prosody by Miss Lydgate
Passion-Flower Pie by Mrs. Snell-Wilmington
Mock-Turtle by Tasker Hepplewater
Ariadne Adams
Dusk and Shiver
Jocund Day
Primrose Dalliance
Serpent’s Fang
The Squeezed Lemon
In Have His Carcase:

Murder By Degrees by Harriet Vane
The Fountain Pen Mystery by Harriet Vane
A Bid for a Throne
The Girl who gave All
The Trial of the Purple Python
In Strong Poison:

Death in the Pot by Harriet Vane
Can the Dead Speak?
Template:Col-2-of-2 In Thrones, Dominations:

The Suspect by Claude Amery
This Forked Plague by Claude Amery
Gee-up Edward by Mr. Clandon
Distinguished Gathering
Modern Aircraft, A Manual for Trainee Pilots
The Brazen Serpent
In Unnatural Death:

The Murderer’s Vade Mecum by Lord Peter Wimsey
Notes on the Collecting of Incunabula by Lord Peter Wimsey
In Whose Body?:

An Answer to Professor Freud, With a Description of Some Experiments Carried Out at the Base Hospital in Amiens by Sir Julian Freke
An Examination into the Treatment of Pauper Lunacy in the United Kingdom by Sir Julian Freke
Cerebro-Spinal Diseases by Sir Julian Freke
Criminal Lunacy by Sir Julian Freke
Functional Disturbances of the Nervous System by Sir Julian Freke
Modern Developments in Psycho-Therapy: A Criticism by Sir Julian Freke
Some Notes on the Pathological Aspects of Genius by Sir Julian Freke
Statistical Contributions to the Study of Infantile Paralysis in England and Wales by Sir Julian Freke
Structural Modifications Accompanying the More Important Neuroses by Sir Julian Freke
The Application of Psycho-Therapy to the Treatment of Shell-Shock by Sir Julian Freke
The Borderland of Insanity by Sir Julian Freke
The Physiological Bases of the Conscience by Sir Julian Freke

Works invented by Davis Schneiderman
In Drain:

The Book of Maneuvers by Fulcrum Maneuvers, plays a pivotal role
In Multifesto: The Henri d’Mescan Reader:

Summary Execution by Henri d’Mescan
Abstractions by Henri d’Mescan
Marginalia by Henri d’Mescan
The Trial and Death of Henri d’Mescan: Apoplectic by Henri d’Mescan
Spacecats of the World, Untie! by Henry Mescaline
Tupeat, Frompeet, Repeit by Henry Mescaline
Hallucigenome: The Henry Mescaline Reader by Henry Mescaline
Post-America” by Henri d’Mescan
‘Touching a Careless God, or Were by Hans Dialectic
And the Pleasure Dome Decrees… by Lucien Spume
Kaballah?—Cab Allah! by Henri d’Mescan
Crocodilopolis, or, The Ribcage Sounds Like A Wooden Chest by Gact
The Breakers — Newport, RI. in 103 New World Sites: A Compendium of the Obtuse
Try and Catch God before God ACTs Up. by Tacg
In Dis:

Autobiomagicatomsexmonkey by Thelonius Bosh, edited by Ablaut the monkey.
Works invented by Charles M. Schulz
The Six Bunny-Wunnies series by Helen Sweetstory

The Six Bunny-Wunnies and Their Pony Cart
The Six Bunny-Wunnies Go To Long Beach
The Six Bunny-Wunnies Make Cookies
The Six Bunny-Wunnies Join an Encounter Group
The Six Bunny-Wunnies and Their XK-E
The Six Bunny-Wunnies and Their Water Bed
The Six Bunny-Wunnies and Their Layover in Anderson, Indiana
The Six Bunny-Wunnies and Their Female Veterinarian
The Six Bunny-Wunnies Freak Out
The Six Bunny-Wunnies Visit Plains, Georgia
Works invented by Michael Shea
In Nifft the Lean:

The Aquademoniad
Thaumaturgicon, by Undle Nine-fingers
The Life and Personal Recollections, as well as Many pointed Observations, of Grahna-Shalla, son of Shalla-hedron of Lower Adelfi, who Fished in the Demonsea and Returned with Booty Marvelous to Tell
Thaumaturge’s Pocket Pandect, by Balder Xolot
Pan-Demonion, by Parple
Works invented by Lionel Shriver
In The Mandibles:

Ad-Out by Enola Mandible
Better Late Than by Enola Mandible
Cradle to Grave by Enola Mandible
Gray by Enola Mandible
The Saint of Glengormley by Enola Mandible
The Stringer by Enola Mandible
Virtual Familys by Enola Mandible
Works invented by Alix Kates Shulman
In Ménage:

Fire Watch, by Zoltan Barbu
Stories, by Heather McKay
In Burning Questions:

My Life as a Rebel, by Zane Indiana
Works invented by Clark Ashton Smith
The Book of Eibon, by Eibon
Histoire d’Amour, by Bernard de Vaillantcoeur
The Testament of Carnamagos. This title was used twice, once set in current times(short story “The Treader of the Dust”) and also set in the far distant future, in Zothique, earth’s last continent.(short story “Xeethra”.) Either Smith lost track or the book is extraordinarily long-surviving.
Works invented by Lemony Snicket


In The Bad Beginning:

Inheritance Law and Its Implications
In The Miserable Mill:

Advanced Ocular Science by Dr. Georgina Orwell
Encyclopedia Hypnotica
The History of Lucky Smells Lumbermill
The Paltryville Constitution
In The Reptile Room:

The Big Peruvian Book of Small Peruvian Snakes
The Care and Feeding of the Androgynous Cobra
An Introduction to Large Lizards
The Mamba du Mal: A Snake That Will Never Kill Me by Tony “Mommy” Eggmonteror, quoted in Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography.

In The Wide Window:

A Lachrymose Atlas
Basic Rules of Grammar and Punctuation
Handbook for Advanced Apostrophe Use
How Water Is Made
Ivan Lachrymose – Lake Explorer
Lachrymose Trout
The Bottom of Lake Lachrymose
The Correct Spelling of Every English Word That Ever, Ever Existed
The History of the Damocles Dock Region
The Tides of Lake Lachrymose
In The Penultimate Peril:

Odious Lusting After Finance
In The End:

A Series of Unfortunate Events
In Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography:

The Pony Party! (book 1 in the series The Luckiest Kids in the World), by Loney M. Setnick
On Lemonysnicket.com:

How I Snatched The Baudelaire Fortune by Count Olaf (unfinished).
The Complete History Of Absolutely Everything, Volume 127 – Cauldron to Caution
From Molars To Incisors: A Pictorial History Of The Tooth

Works invented by Muriel Spark
In The Finishing School :

The School Observed by Rowland Mahler
Who Killed Darnley? by Chris Wiley
In The Girls of Slender Means :

The Sabbath Notebooks by Nicholas Farringdon
In Loitering with Intent :

Warrender Chase by Fleur Talbot
In Memento Mori :

The Gates of Granella and The Seventh Child by Charmian Colston
In A Far Cry From Kensington :

Farewell, Leicester Square by Hector Bartlett
Works invented in The Spitting Image Book
Jennings Has Tweaky Nipples by Anthony Buggery
Jennings Buys a New Dress by Anthony Buggery
Jennings and the Hormone Implants by Anthony Buggery
Jennings Gradually Begins to Feel More at Ease When He is With Other Women by Anthony Buggery
Jennings Spends an Intimate Evening with a Signals Officer from the Royal Navy by Anthony Buggery
Jennings Undergoes Specialist Surgery by Anthony Buggery
Mrs. Jennings Has Twins by Anthony Buggery
Works invented by Neal Stephenson
In Cryptonomicon and Quicksilver:

The Cryptonomicon
In Anathem :

Second New Revised Book of Discipline
In The Diamond Age :

A Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer
Works invented by Laurence Sterne
In The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman:

Grand System of Universal Monarchy by Jean-Baptiste Colbert
De Fartandi et Illustrandi Fallaciis by Didius
Military Architecture and Pyroballogy by Gobesius
Notes for a Sermon to be Preached at Court by Dr. Homenas
Treatise on the Animus and the Anima by Metheglingius
De Concubinis Retinendis by Phutatorius
Works by Prignitz
De Partu Difficili by Lithopaedus Senonesis
A (short) List of the Virtues of the Widow Wadman by Toby Shandy
Apologetical Oration by Toby Shandy
The Campaigns of Uncle Toby and Corporal Trim by Tristram Shandy
Dissertation upon the Word ‘Tristram’ by Walter Shandy
Life of Socrates by Walter Shandy
Philippicks by Walter Shandy
Plain Stories by Tristram Shandy
Remarks Made on a Tour of France in the Year 1765 by Tristram Shandy
Tristrapaedia by Walter Shandy
De Nasis by Hafen Slawkenbergius
Treatise on Midwifery by Dr. Slop
Works by Ludovicus Sorbonensis
The Second Council of Carthage by St. Cyprian
Code Louis by unknown
Dramatic Sermons by Parson Yorick
Works invented by Peter Straub
In The Hellfire Club: Night Journey by Hugo Driver
In Ghost Story: The Nightwatcher by Donald Wanderly
In Koko: The Divided Man by Tim Underhill
Works invented by S. M. Stirling
In The Domination serie: Meditations of Elvira Naldorssen by Elvira Naldorssen
Works invented by Barry Strugatz and Mark R. Burns
In She-Devil:

Love in the Rinse Cycle by Mary Fisher
Trust and Betrayal: A Docu-Novel of Love, Money and Betrayal by Mary Fisher
Works invented by Josephine Tey
In The Daughter of Time:

Bells on Her Toes by Rupert Rouge
History Is the Bunk by Brent Carradine (planned non-fiction)
The Case of the Missing Tin-Opener by John James Mark
The Rose of Raby by Evelyn Payne-Ellis
The Sweat and The Furrow by Silas Weekley
Unnamed hard-boiled detective novel by Oscar Oakley
Unnamed romance novel by Lavinia Finch
In Miss Pym Disposes:

The Book by Lucy Pym
Works invented by J. R. R. Tolkien
Book of Mazarbul by Balin and other Dwarves
Book of the Kings
Dorgannas Iaur by Torhir Iphant
Equessi Rúmilo by Rúmil
Grey Annals by scholars of Doriath
Lammas by Pengolodh
Noldolantë by Maglor
Of the Beginning of Time by Quennar i Onótimo
Old Words and Names in the Shire by Merry Brandybuck
Parma Culuina
Quentale Ardanomion
The Reckoning of the Years by Merry Brandybuck
The Red Book of Westmarch
The Tale of Years by Quennar i Onótimo
There and back again by Bilbo Baggins
Yénonótië by Quennar i Onótimo
Works invented by Harry Turtledove
In American Empire: Blood and Iron:

Over Open Sights by Jake Featherston
In American Empire: The Center Cannot Hold:

I Sank Roger Kimball by Sylvia Enos, ghost written by Ernest Hemingway
In Settling Accounts: In at the Death:

Equality by General Irving Morrell, U.S. Army
How I Blew Up Philadelphia by Brigadier General Clarence Potter, C.S. Army (retired)
Works invented by John Updike
In Bech: A Book:

Travel Light, a novel by Henry Bech
Brother Pig, a novel by Henry Bech
When the Saints, an essay collection by Henry Bech
In Bech is Back:

Think Big, a novel by Henry Bech
Works invented by Jack Vance
In Araminta Station:

Charter of the Cadwal Conservancy by the Members of the Naturalist Society of Earth
The Worlds of Man by the Fellows of the Fidelius Institute
In Cugel’s Saga:

Intimate Anatomy of Several Overworld Personages by Haruvoit
In the Demon Princes series:

Better Understanding of the Institute by Charles Bronstein
Chronicles of Navarth by Carol Lewis
Civilized Ideas and Civilized Worlds by Michael Yeaton
A Comparison of Mathematical Processes as Employed by Six “Intelligent” Alien Races by Unspiek, Baron Bodissey
A Concise History of Oikumene by Albert B. Hall
The Criminal Mentality by Michael Diaz
Dar Sai and the Darsh by Joinville Akers
Encyclopedia of Sociology by B. A. Edgar
Everyman’s Guide to the Stars
Fauna of the Vegan Worlds by Rapunzel K. Funk
Games of the Galaxy by Everett Wright
Gustations by Michael Weist
The Heham Fjoliot
Human Institutions by Prade
The Institute: A Primer by Mary Murray
Interplanetary Crime: Causes and Consequences by Karen Miller
The Moral Essence of Civilization by Calvin V. Calvert
Peccant Souls by Theodore Pederson
Peoples of the Coranne by Richard Pelto
The Sexual Habits of the Sarkoy by B. A. Edgar
Star Directory
Studies in Comparative Anthropology by Russell Cooke
The Teachings of Didram Bodo Sime by Didram Bodo Sime
Ten Explorers: A Study of Type by Oscar Anderson
Tourist Guide to the Coranne by Jane Szantho
In The Dying Earth:

Cazdal’s Tract
The Cyclopedia
The Lost Book of Kells
The Tomes of Kae
In The Eyes of the Overworld:

Thrump’s Almanac by Thrump
Zaraides the Wizard, His Compendium of Spells, Beware by Zaraides
Zaraides the Wizard, His Workbook, Beware by Zaraides
In the Lyonesse Trilogy

Abstracts and Excerpts, by Balberry
Book of Logotypes
The Chronicles of Ys
Clavetz of Avallon
Dalziel of Avallon
Junifer Algo
Lagronius: his Chronicles
Memories of Nausicaa
Morning Ode, by Merosthenes
Orgon Photis
Panis the Ionian
The Pantological Index
Saint Uldine’s Children
Twitten’s Almanac
War of the Goths and the Huns, by Khersom
In The Palace of Love:

Introduction to Old Earth by Ferencz Szantho
Worlds I Have Known by L. G. Dusenyi
In Rhialto the Marvellous:

Characteristic Stuffs: Dusts and Microvies of the Latter Aeons
The Encyclopedia
The Great Gloss
Primer of Practical Magic, by Killiclaw
The Three Books of Phandaal
In The Star King:

The Demon Princes by Caril Carphen
The IPCC: Men and Methods by Raul Past
Life by Unspiek, Baron Bodissey
Men of the Oikumene by Jan Holberk Vaenz LXII
New Discoveries in Space by Ralph Quarry
Popular Handbook of the Planets
Scroll from the Ninth Dimension

The Book of Dreams by Howard Alan Treesong
The Killing Machine Peoples of the Concourse by Streck and Chernitz
Works invented by Kurt Vonnegut
Template:Col-begin Template:Col-1-of-2 Attributed to Kilgore Trout:

Asleep at the Switch
Barring-gaffner of Bagnialto or This Year’s Masterpiece
The Big Board
The Dancing Fool
The Era of Hopeful Monsters
First District Court of Thankyou
The Gospel from Outer Space
The Gutless Wonder
Hail to the Chief
How You Doin’?
Maniacs in the Fourth Dimension
The Money Tree
Now It Can Be Told
Oh Say Can You Smell?
The Pan-Galactic Memory Bank
The Pan-Galactic Straw Boss
The Pan-Galactic Three-Day Pass
Plague on Wheels
The Planet Gobblers
The Protocols of the Elders of Tralfamadore
The Smart Bunny
The Son of Jimmy Valentine
This Means You
Venus on the Half-Shell
Template:Col-2-of-2 Attributed to Beatrice Rumfoord:

The Beatrice Rumfoord Galactic Cookbook by Beatrice Rumfoord
Between Timid and Timbuktu, anonymously published by Beatrice Rumfood
The True Purpose of Life in the Solar System by Beatrice Rumfoord
Attributed to other authors:

The American Philosopher Kings by Waltham Kittredge
Are Adults Harmoniums? by Dr. Frank Minot
Book of Bokonon by Bokonon
A Child’s Cyclopedia of Wonders and Things to Do
Get With Child a Mandrake Root by Arthur Garvey Ulm
History of the Rosewaters of Rhode Island by Merrihue Rosewater
Pan-Galactic Humbug or Three Billion Dupes by Dr. Maurice Rosenau
Primordial Scales by Crowther Gomburg
Ramba of Macedon by Eunice Rosewater
The Winston Niles Rumfoord Authorized Revised Bible by Winston Niles Rumfoord
The Winston Niles Rumfoord Pocket History of Mars by Winston Niles Rumfoord
Too Wild a Dream? by Lavinia Waters
Unk and Boaz in the Caves of Mercury by Sarah Horne Canby
Winston Niles Rumfood, Benjamin Franklin, and Leonardo da Vinci by Howard W. Sams
The Underground by Polly Madison
The Only Way to Have a Successful Revolution in Any Field of Human Activity by Paul Slazinger
Private Art Treasures of Tuscony by Kim Bum Suk

Works invented by David Foster Wallace
In Infinite Jest:

Incest and the Life of Death in Capitalist Entertainment by Gilles Deleuze
Works invented by Bill Watterson
Hamster Huey and the Gooey Kablooie by Mabel Syrup
Commander Coriander Salamander and ‘er Singlehander Bellylander by Mabel Syrup
Works invented by Evelyn Waugh
In Brideshead Revisited: (all by Charles Ryder)

Ryder’s Country Seats
Ryder’s English Homes
Ryder’s Village and Provincial Architecture
Ryder’s Latin America
Works invented by Donald Westlake
In Jimmy the Kid:

Child Heist by Richard Stark. (Several chapters from this fictional book are included in Jimmy the Kid. Westlake actually wrote many novels under he pen name of Stark, but this one was fictional, a self-joke. Stark also appears briefly as a character.)
Works invented by P. G. Wodehouse
In the Jeeves stories
All for Love by Rosie M. Banks
Autumn Leaves by Gwendolen Moon
Blackness at Night by Adela Cream
The Case of the Poisoned Doughnut by Rex West
The Courtship of Lord Strathmorlick by Rosie M. Banks
Inspector Biffen Views the Body by Rex West
Jenny, The Girl Jockey
Madcap Myrtle by Rosie M. Banks
Memories of Eighty Interesting Years by Lady Carnaby
Murder in Mauve by Rex West
The Mystery of the Pink Crayfish by Rex West
My Friends the Newts by Loretta Peabody
Only a Factory Girl by Rosie M. Banks
Pipped on the Post
Recollections of a Long Life by Sir Willoughby
A Red, Red Summer Rose by Rosie M. Banks
‘Twas on an English June by Gwendolen Moon
The Woman Who Braved All by Rosie M. Banks
In Joy in the Morning
The Poisoned Pen
Spindrift by Florence Craye
Spinning Wheel
With Guns and Camera in Little Known Borneo
In “The Artistic Career of Corky”
American Birds by Alexander Worple
The Children’s Book of American Birds by Muriel Singer
More American Birds by Alexander Worple
In Aunts Aren’t Gentlemen (U.S. title The Cat-nappers)
By Order of the Czar
The Mystery of A Hansom Cab
In The Mating Season
Mervyn Keene, Clubman by Rosie M. Banks
Murder at Greystone Grange
In Clustering Around Young Bingo: Frank Recollections of a Long Life by Lady Bablockhythe
In Cocktail Time: Cocktail Time by Sir Raymond Bastable
In Leave it to Psmith: Songs of Squalor by Ralston McTodd
In Pigs Have Wings: On the Care of the Pig by Augustus Whiffle
In Sam in the Suburbs: Is There a Hell? by Rev. Aubrey Jerningham
In Sleepy Time: Hypnotism As A Device To Uncover the Unconscious Drives And Mechanism In An Effort To Analyse the Functions Involved Which Gives Rise To Emotional Conflicts In the Waking State by Professor Pepperidge Farmer
In Something Fresh: The Adventures of the Secret Six by Felix Clovelly
In Strychnine in the Soup: Strychnine in the Soup by Slingsby, Blood on the Banisters
Works invented by Gene Wolfe
Template:Col-begin Template:Col-1-of-2 In Bibliomen :

In “Adam Poor”:
A Salted Mine by Adam Poor
Voices Vocable by Adam Poor
In “Bernard A. French”:
Great Lost Art of Western Europe by Bernard A. French, editor
Perfection Unto Death by Bernard A. French
In “Captain Roy C. Mirk, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.”:
A Post-Modernist Critic Views the Antebellum Middle West by Roy C. Mirk
Poultry as Symbolism in Nineteenth Century American Literature by Roy C. Mirk
Tea-Time Talk in the Novels of Louise May Alcott by Roy C. Mirk
Washing as a Euphemism in the Works of Jack London by Roy C. Mirk
In “Gertrude S. ‘Spinning Jenny’ Deplatta”:
an unknown title by Robert T. Brooks
In “John Glaskin :’
Brideshead by John Glaskin
You Can’t Go Home at All by John Glaskin
In “John J. Jons, Jr.” :
Guide to the Public Toilets of America (aka Jon’s Guide) by John J. Jons, Jr.
Meditation on the Utilitarian Theory of Literary Merit by John J. Jons, Jr.
In “Kirk Patterson Arthurs, Ph.D.”:
Fiction in Fancy Dress: John Glaskin et al. Exposed by Kirk Patterson Arthurs
Mask and Coin: Grub Street in the 30’s by Kirk Patterson Arthurs
Maze of Clay: John Glaskin Revisited by Kirk Patterson Arthurs
Sweet Sword, High Heart: Love and War in the Fiction of John Glaskin by Kirk Patterson Arthurs
In “Paul Rico”:
Training the Mind by Paul Rico
Template:Col-2-of-2 In The Book of the Long Sun :

An unknown title by Scleroderma
The Chrasmological Writings by unknown author
In The Book of the New Sun :

Lives of the Seventeen Megatherians by Blaithmaic
The Book of the New Sun by Canog
The Book of Gold by unknown author
The Book of the Wonders of Urth and Sky, Being a Collection from Printed Sources of Universal Secrets of Such Age That Their Meaning has Become Obscured with Time by unknown author
In The Book of the Short Sun :

An unknown title by Man from Urbasecundus
In The Doctor of Death Island :

The Death of Love by Kinglake
In The Fifth Head of Cerberus :

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology by Miller
A Field Guide to the Animals of Sainte Anne by unknown author
In From the Desk of Gilmer C. Merton (from the short story collection Storeys from the Old Hotel)

Star Shuttle by Gilray Gunn
Come, Dark Lust! by Wolf Moon
The Shrieking in the Nursery by Wolf Moon
In Peace :

The Book that Binds the Dead by Louis Gold (writing as Abdul Alhazred)
The Lusty Lawyer by Louis Gold (writing as Amanda Ros)
In Seven American Nights (from the short story collection The Island of Doctor Death and Other Stories and Other Stories)

Mystery Beyond the Sun’s Setting by Osman Aga
In Useful Phrases (from the short story collection Strange Travelers) :

Tohish Ablar Sens-Orriyya Ert by unknown author
In Xavier McRidy :

Allegiance to La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco by Juan Gabriel Sabastian de Dolo y Varios
The Paper Nautilus by Xavier McRidy
Mr. Milton in Medoc by S. Peety

Works invented by John Wyndham
In The Chrysalids

Nicholson’s Repentances, a supplement to the Bible
In The Day of the Triffids

Sex Is My Adventure by Josella Playton
Miscellaneous from literature
Abnegation as Statement: Symbol and Sacrament in the Achievement of Rex Ivory by Professor Wadding in The Transit of Venus by Shirley Hazzard
The Alfred G. Graebner Memorial High School Handbook of Rules and Regulations by an unknown author in The Alfred G. Graebner Memorial High School Handbook of Rules and Regulations by Ellen Conford
All of Them Witches by J. R. Hanslet in Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin
Almost Like Suicide by Cal Cunningham in About the Author by John Colapinto
The Almshouse by Mr. Popular Sentiment (a parody of Charles Dickens) in The Warden by Anthony Trollope
Amazing Amy and the Big Day by Rand and Marybeth Elliott in Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
An American Life: Biography of a Patriot, The Life and Times of Austin Bell (unpublished) by Foster Cummings in Columbo: The Grassy Knoll by William Harrington
An Open Invitation to the Chymical Wedding, being a Modest Prologomenon to a Fuller Revelation of the Hermetic Mystery by Louisa Agnew in The Chymical Wedding by Lindsay Clarke
The Ancient Enemy by Timothy Flyte in Phantoms by Dean Koontz
Angel’s Choice by Jocelyn Lewis in Away From It All by Judy Astley
Apocalypse Cow: Escape from the Cursed Isle by Lesley McBrien in Apocalypse Cow by Michael Logan
Ariadne by Emmanuel Foxx in The Players Come Again by Amanda Cross
Attempt at a Uniform and Pragmatic Classification of the Neuroses and Psychoses, Based on an Examination of Fifteen Hundred Pre-Krapaelin and Post-Krapaelin Cases as they would be Diagnosed in the Terminology of the Different Contemporary Schools Together with a Chronology of Such Subdivisions of Opinion as Have Arisen Independently. by Dick Diver in Tender Is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Bad Blood by Will Bunting in American Vampire by Scott Snyder & Stephen King
The Ball-Breakers’ Guide by an unknown author in A Bitter Peace by Michael Peterson (pub. Women’s Center, Oakland, CA)
The Banjo Players Must Die by Josef Assad as a novel is itself a product of the story it tells
Be a Perfect Person In Just Three Days! by Dr K. Pinkerton Silverfish in the book of the same name by Stephen Manes
Beneath the Visiting Moon by Penelope Milne, a.k.a. Edith Hope, in Hotel du Lac by Anita Brookner
The Big Green Book by an unknown author in The Big Green Book by Robert Graves
Big Julie Criscoll Versus The Whole Wide World by Emma Morley in One Day by David Nicholls
The Biography of a Dead Cow by Mr. Rudolph Block in The Devil’s Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce
The Biography of Celebrated Mummies by Reverend Doctor Fundgruben in The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan by James Morier
Blood and Loot by Horace Hackett in Typewriter in the Sky by L. Ron Hubbard
Blood on Their Hands: The Crime of It All, A study of some selected abuses in sixteenth century Europe (Monograph) by Ignatius J. Reilly in A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole
Blue Angel by Ted Swenson in Blue Angel by Francine Prose
The Book, a sort of fairy bible in the Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer
Book of Bride by Sisters of the Convent of St. Bride in Fires of Bride by Ellen Galford
The Book of Counted Sorrows by an unknown author in Dark Rivers of the Heart by Dean Koontz (Epigrams from The Book of Counted Sorrows appear in most of Dean Koontz’s novels)
The Book of Fred by an unknown author in The Book of Fred by Abby Bardi
The Book of Gramarye by an unknown author in The Dark Is Rising by Susan Cooper
The Book of Knights; A History of the Famous Lives and Deeds of Valor of Many Brave Knights by an unknown author in The Book of Knights by Yves Meynard
Book of Life and Book of the Dead in the Bible and Talmud by various
The Book of Silence by an unknown author in The Book of Silence by Lawrence Watt-Evans
Book of the City of Ember by an unknown author in The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau
The Book of the Learned (a 12th-century illuminated manuscript in Latin) by an unknown author in Moving Target by Elizabeth Lowell
The Book of Ultimate Truths by Hugo Rune in The Book of Ultimate Truths by Robert Rankin
Bulk Discounting by Morton Kennedy in Karlmarx.com by Susan Coll
The Catalogue of Obsolete Entertainments by Adam Pennyman in Lucky Wander Boy by D.B. Weiss
Catechism (also titled Confessions of Faith) by Mogila in The Suppressed Edition by Richard Curle
Child Heist by Richard Stark in Jimmy the Kid by Donald Westlake (Several chapters of “Child Heist” are published in Jimmy the Kid, but the full book is not. Westlake has written real books under the name “Richard Stark”.)
A Clockwork Orange by F. Alexander in A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
Collected Works by Shunsuke Hinoki in Forbidden Colors by Yukio Mishima
Coming Home by Alun Weaver in The Old Devils by Kingsley Amis (unfinished)
A Compleat Atlas of the House and Immediate Environs in The Keys to the Kingdom series by Garth Nix
Consider the Porpoise by an unknown author in Grandmother’s Pigeon by Louise Erdrich
The Cupboard Under the Stairs by Frank Prime in The Beacon by Susan Hill
Death and Resurrection by Ibn Khanu in The Secret of the Vault by Wesley Rosenquest
The Deccan Traps And Other Unlikely Destinations by Rory McHoan in The Crow Road by Iain Banks
A Classical Dictionary by John Lemprière in Lemprière’s Dictionary by Lawrence Norfolk
The Discourses and Edifications of Liw Osfeo by an unknown author in Fools Errant by Matt Hughes
Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood by Vivi Abbott Walker in Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells
The Doubtful Debutante by an unnamed professor in Dead Poets Society, a novel by N.H. Kleinbaum, based on the motion picture written by Tom Schulman
Drummondganj Book of the Dead by Jed in The Everest Hotel by I. Allan Sealy
Ducks and Duck Breeding by an unknown author in The Pursuit of Love by Nancy Mitford
Dying Earth by Martin Silenus in Hyperion by Dan Simmons
An Early Bath for Thompson by A. D. Young in The Restraint of Beasts by Magnus Mills
Earthseed: Books of the Living by Lauren Oya Olamina in Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler
Elegant Waste by Griffin Silver in Strangers in Paradise by Terry Moore
Encyclopaedia Sebestiana by various scholars unknown in Nowhere by Thomas Berger
Encyclopedia Galactica by an unknown author in Foundation series by Isaac Asimov
Ethics of Ygor by an unknown author in The Great White Space by Basil Copper
Etiquette Along The Mississippi by Gaylord Gibbon in Lake Wobegon Days by Garrison Keillor
The Failed Stone by John Dart in Starcrossed by A. A. Gill
Faith and Morals for the Catholic Fireside: A Question-box for the Layman by Revd. Aidan Raphael Croucher in Fludd by Hilary Mantel
Fear Itself by Grey Berwald in Batman: Fear Itself by Michael Reaves & Steven-Elliot Altman
The Fighting Sailor by Jack Ryan in The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy (a biography of Fleet Admiral William Halsey)
Flixton Slick – Super Sleuth by C. E. J. and Jennings Darbishire in Jennings Goes to School by Anthony Buckeridge (unpublished)
Fornication comme acte culterel, La by Henri Mensonge in Mensonge by Malcolm Bradbury
Four handwritten volumes of 100 pages each, “in a cramped hand and with Latin quotations.” The last volume was a political treatise based in Humanitas. By Bras Cubas in The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas by Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis
The Furnace of Sin by Lucas Holderness in Love and Mr. Lewisham by H.G. Wells
Ghosts of the New England Coast by Marshall Watkins in Captain Butcher’s Body by Scott Corbett
The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Hortense Francis Weckweet in Palimpsest by Catherynne M. Valente. Later expanded into a novel
The Grasshopper Lies Heavy by Hawthorne Abendsen in The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick
The Great Good Thing by The Author in The Great Good Thing by Roderick Townley
Gulf of Darkness by Leidall in Violence by Algernon Blackwood
Handbook for Messiahs by an unknown author in Illusions by Richard Bach
The Help by Eugenia Phelan in The Help by Kathryn Stockett
History of Damar by Astytlet in The Hero and the Crown by Robin McKinley
Hyperion Cantos by Martin Silenus in Hyperion by Dan Simmons
I Love My Willy by Austin Tichenor – Reduced Shakespeare Company
Ieximal Jelimite by an unknown author in The Poet Assassinated by Guillaume Apollinaire (play)
Inkheart in Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
Jacob Wrestling by James Mortmain in I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith
The Labyrinth of the World by an unknown author in Ex-Libris by Ross King (A palimpsest of Galileo’s treatise on Jovian moons)
Lady Don’t Fall Backwards by Darcy Sarto in The Missing Page by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson (in Hancock’s Half Hour)
The Lair of the Dragon by Judith Adams in Death in Five Boxes by Carter Dickson
The Law, Complete by an unknown author in After Hamelin by Bill Richardson (Law Book of the Trolavians)
The Laws of Human History by Valentin Michael Karstev in Protect and Defend by Eric L. Harry
Le Guide by Henri (director) LeClercq in Monsieur Pamplemousse on Probation by Michael Bond
Lexicon Corsi by Anon(ymous) in Dictionary of the Khazars by Milorad Pavić
Liber inducens in Evangelium aeternum by Joachim of Flora in “The Tables of the Law” by W.B. Yeats.
Life is Stranger than Truth, Volume II: Nine More Miniature Gods by an unknown author in The Paris Stories by Laird Hunt (pamphlet)
The Lord of the Swastika by Adolf Hitler in The Iron Dream by Norman Spinrad
The Lost Heir by Phoebe (publish anonymously) Marlow in Sylvester, or the Wicked Uncle by Georgette Heyer
The Mad Tryst by Sir Launcelot Canning in The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe
The Maxims of Marriage or The Duties of a Married Woman, Together with Her Daily Exercises by an unknown author in The School for Wives by Molière
Make Four Million Dollars By Next Thursday! by Dr K. Pinkerton Silverfish in the book of the same name by Stephen Manes
Mixed Moss by James (as Captain Flint) Turner in Swallows and Amazons by Arthur Ransome
A Modest Proposal for the Spreading of Christianity in Foreign Parts, whereby it is hoped its entertainment will become general all over the world by an unknown author in Melmoth the Wanderer by Charles Maturin (Manuscript volume found in an asylum)
Multitudes, Multitudes, an anti-war novel being written by the devious junior officer Tom Keefer in The Caine Mutiny by Herman Wouk
The Murder of Gonzago by an unknown playwright in Hamlet by William Shakespeare (also known as “”The Mousetrap”)
N. P. by Sarao Takase in N. P. by Banana Yoshimoto
Never Whistle While You’re Pissing by Hagbard Celine in the Illuminatus! Trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson
The Neverending Story by an unknown author in The Neverending Story by Michael Ende
The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows by 17th century author Aristide Torchia in The Club Dumas by Arturo Pérez-Reverte
Off The Road by William Henry Deveraux in The Straight Man by Richard Russo
One Woman’s War by Kate (Unknown) in Lace by Shirley Conran
Or I Will Sell My Soul For Guilt by Thomas Covenant in the Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant by Stephen R. Donaldson. Covenant is reported to have written at least two other novels prior to the start of the First Chronicles, but these are left unnamed by Donaldson
The Orange and the Apple in Arthur C. Clarke’s A Fall of Moondust
Um Ourives das Palavras by Amadeu Inacio de Almeida Prado in Pascal Mercier’s Nachtzug nach Lissabon
Pause-O-Men for the Virgin by an unknown author in The Great Pursuit by Tom Sharpe (an inexact word-palindrome of “Virgin thee for Menopause”).
Penny Has a Plan by Ruthanne Hendry in The Stepford Wives by Ira Levin
Peter Flowerbuck by Adrian Healey in The Liar by Stephen Fry (a forgery that Healy tries to pass off as being written by Charles Dickens)
The Practice of Thinking in Murray Leinster’s Med Ship stories
Preternatural by Karen Guerreri in Preternatural by Margaret Wander Bonanno
The Princess Bride by S. Morgenstern – the purportedly abridged, just the good parts version by William Goldman is the original. Goldman asserted that Morgenstern also wrote a sequel, Buttercup’s Baby, but it has never been published apart from a “teaser” chapter at the end of later editions of The Princess Bride
The Principles of Private Detection by Clovis Andersen in The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series by Alexander McCall Smith
The Ratisutra by Jayamala in Love in a Dead Language by Lee Siegel
The Real Jonathan by Betsy Clendenin in Columbo: The Hoover Files by William Harrington
Report of a Reconnaissance of the Black Hills of Dakota by William Ludlow in Legends of the Fall by Jim Harrison.
Revelations of Glaaki by an unknown author in The Inhabitant of the Lake by Ramsey Campbell (in The Inhabitant of the Lake and Less Welcome Tenants)
The Rise of the Colored Empires, by “this man Goddard,” admired by Tom Buchanan in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. (Nick Carraway: “As for Tom, the fact that he ‘had some woman in New York,’ was really less surprising than that he had been depressed by a book. Something was making him nibble at the edge of stale ideas…”)
Rtr’s Strbk by an unknown author in Rtr’s Strbk by Peter Neumeyer (from “Signal 54”)
Rules and Traffic Regulations, Which May Not be Bent or Broken by an unknown author in The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster
The Secret Goldfish by D. B. Caulfield in The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
The Secret of Secrets by Duban the Sage in The Tale of King Yunan and the Sage Duban by Arabian Nights (Richard Burton translation)
The Secret Watcher by Halpin Chalmers in The Hounds of Tindalos by Frank Belknap Long
The Seven Minutes by J J Jadway in The Seven Minutes by Irving Wallace
Seven-Day Magic by an unknown author in Seven-Day Magic by Edward Eager (A magic book that writes itself. At times it also has the titles “Wishful Ways for Wizards”, “Helpful Hints for Homemakers”, and “Dreadful Deeds for Dragons”.)
Sylvio, the Fisherman’s Son by Frederic Moreau in Sentimental Education by Gustave Flaubert
The Smugglers of Lost Souls’ Rock by an unknown author in October Light by John Gardner
Songs of a Housepainter by Matthew Harrison in Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas by James Patterson
The Southern Way by Savannah (as Renata Halpern) Wingo in The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy
Speaker for the Dead: The Hive Queen and the Hegemon by Andrew “Ender” Wiggin in Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
Speaker for the Dead: The Life of Human by Andrew “Ender” Wiggin in Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card
Stanzas, Scars and Scandals – A Dramatic History of the Life of Lord Byron by H. J. Ragworth in Cham by Jonathan Trigell
Strangers from the Sky by Dr. Garamet Jen-Saunor in Strangers from the Sky by Margaret Wander Bonanno
Tears, Idle Tears by an unknown author in The Rise of Silas Lapham by William Dean Howells (one of the characters says it should have been called “Slop, Silly Slop”)
Telemachus Sneezed by Atlanta Hope in the Illuminatus! Trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson
A True and Faithful rendering of the Life of Dona Rosalina Alvarez della Cueva, Abbess of the Convent of Santa Barbara of Tartarus by Domenico Eucaristo Deseos in The Hearing Trumpet by Leonora Carrington
The True Grimoire by Alibeck in Casting the Stones by John Pocsik
The True History of the World by Lucien de Terre in The Werewolves of London by Brian Stableford (4 volumes)
To Serve Man by an unknown author in To Serve Man by Damon Knight (from the planet Kanamit)
Too Many Cousins by Raymond Shears in Too Many Cousins by Douglas G. Browne
The Twelve Hours of the Night by William Ashbless in The Anubis Gates by Tim Powers
Under a Loggia by “Joseph Emery Prank” (pseudonym of Eleanor Lavish) in A Room with a View by E. M. Forster
Universal Principles by an unknown author in Against a Dark Background by Iain M. Banks
The Unwritten Book by Jason K. Kingsland in Ex-Libris by John Shire
The Uselessness of Everything by the Hemulen in Finn Family Moomintroll by Tove Jansson
Vastarien by an unknown author in “Vastarien” by Thomas Ligotti (in Teatro Grottesco and Other Stories)
Vatican Codex by Mayan in The Philosopher’s Stone by Colin Wilson
Viage to the Contree of the Cimmerians by Gervase of Langford in Codex by Lev Grossman
Warren Peece by Chris Crutcher in The Sledding Hill by Chris Crutcher
The Way Out in works by Harry Stephen Keeler
Who Put Back The Clock? by E. H. B. in The Wrong Box by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Vault of Mr.Curwen by Alice Waite (short story)
The Wings of Death by Osric Dane in “Xingu” by Edith Wharton (short story)
Yellow Dragon by M. de Bac in The Devil’s Manuscript by Sidney Kilner Levett-Yeats[8]
You Will Never Die by Carl G. Soziere in “Divided By Infinity” by Robert Charles Wilson (Divided by Infinity is in the anthology The Perseids)