Quirk Classics Involving DF Lewis

Over the years, thanks to GS Carnivals and Spotbowserfido2 from Thomas Ligotti Online HERE and HERE.

EDIT (20 Jan 16): RIP, Phillip Stecco, also known as Spotbowserfido2 and GS Carnivals on Thomas Ligotti Online. He will be greatly missed by many of us. http://www.ligotti.net/showthread.php?p=120549#post120549
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Eaters of the Dead Gazing Stacks by Michael Crichton and D. F. Lewis, an award-winning sequel to Eaters of the Dead Geezenstacks by Michael Crichton and Fredric Brown.

Do You Know Congo Suzie? by D. F. Lewis and Michael Crichton.

Kissing the Naked Face as the Art of Marking Victims by D. F. Lewis and Sidney Sheldon.

A Shy Vampire Under the Streets of Nice by D. F. Lewis, Ken Follett, and Rene Louis Maurice.

Jackdaws Don’t Say Anything by Ken Follett and D. F. Lewis.

The Old Silent Ominous Clouds by Martha Grimes and D. F. Lewis.

“She Loves You, Lame Bunter!” by D. F. Lewis and Charles Hamilton.

A Dead Iceberg Monument to Once Ancient Hope by D. F. Lewis and Clive Cussler.

“A Time to Fight the Picnic Party” by T. V. Olsen and D. F. Lewis. The ants were relentless!

“The Last Lynch Law Story in the World!” by D. F. Lewis and Charles Hamilton. There was rope enough and time!

Empty Pyjamas Under the Gun by D. F. Lewis and T. V. Olsen.

Blood of the Dark Hem Breed by T. V. Olsen and D. F. Lewis.

Red Is the River Water Hammer by T. V. Olsen and D. F. Lewis.

Track the Bedridden Man Down by T. V. Olsen and D. F. Lewis.

The High Lawless Duke of Dusk or Dawn by T. V. Olsen and D. F. Lewis.

“Lovell’s Bargain Parcels!” by Charles Hamilton and D. F. Lewis.

“Fiction Happens in the Nature of a Preliminary Announcement” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“They Crawl Over the Outside of Buildings More Than They Walk in the Streets Between Holidays” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“A Private Person Travels the World Home Eating in Two or Three Languages” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“Five Hundred Dollars Touch Catch Reward” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“Small Fry Out of the Running!” by D. F. Lewis and Charles Hamilton.

“Europe’s Rag Doll Puppet Love” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“A Story After Its Ending from My Overseas Notebook” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“The Weed Hatch, Cinnamon Seed, and Sandy Bottom” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“A Tale of Two Lord Todgers!” by D. F. Lewis and Charles Hamilton.

“Last Man in the Scar Museum” by Charles Hamilton and D. F. Lewis.

“A Cross to Bear the Gallowsmith” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“Dutiful to the Dead Nabob’s Rival!” by D. F. Lewis and Charles Hamilton.

“Go Back to Your Books Blacker Than Sin, Old Man” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“Back Doubles: Improbably People of an Impossible Land” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“That Shall He Also Reap Fontanelle Fondue” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“The Tail of the Snake Curled Up Like a Black Rose” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“Bringing the Three Dead Generals and a Cook to Book” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“And Then the Angel Lover of the Agony” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“The Merest Tilt ‘Twixt the Bluff and the Sound” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“Carcinoma Angels Die the Other Way” by Norman Spinrad and D. F. Lewis.

“Three Wise Men of the East Side Born Ancient” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“Warming Down That Piker Hercules” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“Warming Down Cool Air” by D. F. Lewis and H. P. Lovecraft.

“Ponsonby’s Public Bar Pal!” by Charles Hamilton and D. F. Lewis.

“Pon’s Little Mistake Inside” by Charles Hamilton and D. F. Lewis.

“Two of Everything to Never Become What They’re Not” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“Nothing to Write About a Formula of Thoughts” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“Exit of Anse Dugmore Beyond the Balcony” by Irvin S. Cobb and D. F. Lewis.

“A Sale of Red Wellington Boots According to the Code” by D. F. Lewis and Irvin S. Cobb.

“Western Bookshelf Lies” by Walt Coburn and D. F. Lewis.

“A Threat of Shadow Rain Over Greyfriars” by D. F. Lewis and Charles Hamilton.

“The Snail Trail in the Sand” by D. F. Lewis and Charles Hamilton.

“Powder to Burn the Button-Hook and the Thimble” by Walt Coburn and D. F. Lewis.

“Present Tense Outlaw” by D. F. Lewis and Walt Coburn.

“Desperate Measures from Texas to Hell” by D. F. Lewis and Walt Coburn.

“A Death Watch at Bitter Springs Bridge of Green Books” by Walt Coburn and D. F. Lewis.

“Blocking of Too Many Buzzard Pass Bridges” by Walt Coburn and D. F. Lewis.

“Once Upon a Time I Realise That It Is Happening Now Somewhere or Other” by D. F. Lewis and Berton Braley

“A Song Without E.I.E.I.O.” by Berton Braley and D. F. Lewis.

“Tentacles Across a Mid-Atlantic Mystery” by D. F. Lewis and Edwy Searles Brooks.

The Great Whiffenspoof Weirdmonger by Berton Braley and D. F. Lewis.

“China-Bound Ship in a Bottle” by Edwy Searles Brooks and D. F. Lewis.

“Prisoners Inside the Bud” by Berton Braley and D. F. Lewis.

“Shipped to Hell Without a Hand-Spike, and Freed from Bondage, I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill’s Side” by D. F. Lewis, Edwy Searles Brooks, and James Tiptree, Jr.

“A Vast Concept from Loveless Heaven” by D. F. Lewis and Kenneth Bulmer.

“No Short Sharp Shock, Thank You” by Berton Braley and D. F. Lewis.

“The Only Climax Turning the Tables” by D. F. Lewis and Edwy Searles Brooks.

“Ministering Agitprop Angels” by C. S. Lewis and D. F. Lewis.

“If Janus Has One Good Eye” by Berton Braley and D. F. Lewis.

A Prayer for the Dawn Chariots of Ra by D. F. Lewis and Kenneth Bulmer.

Doppelmanger Stake Out by D. F. Lewis and Ken Blake.

Was That You or the Renegade Dog of Kregen? by D. F. Lewis and Alan Burt Akers.

“A Disillusioned River Without Banks” by Berton Braley and D. F. Lewis.

“Call Me a Title, Buddy” by D. F. Lewis and Berton Braley.

The Desultories of the Fourteenth December – by Nicole Cushing and DF Lewis

“The Two for One Tasteland Ace” by Robert Sidney Bowen and D. F. Lewis.

“Retrograde Rachel Returns the Roving Renegade” by D. F. Lewis and Robert Sidney Bowen.

“The Candy Ion Payoff for Goldie” by D. F. Lewis and Robert Sidney Bowen.

“The Prowler from Next Wednesday at Five” by D. F. Lewis and W. Carey Wonderly

“Even the Odd Fur Rebellion Story Is Numberless” by D. F. Lewis and Tom W. Blackburn.

“The Liquid Lightning Spigot & the Speech Mark” by Robert Sidney Bowen and D. F. Lewis.

“My Seventies Arrest in Whitestone” by D. F. Lewis and Tom W. Blackburn.

“Death Is My Business Written Specifically for Each Reader” by Robert Sidney Bowen and D. F. Lewis.

“More Testy and Stubborn Give Than Angles” by D. F. Lewis and Ellis Parker Butler.

“Our Flesh-Coloured House Lease” by Ellis Parker Butler and D. F. Lewis.

Jibby Jones and the Weirdmonger Whangdoodle by Ellis Parker Butler and D. F. Lewis.

Earkthworks by D. F. Lewis and Brian W. Aldiss.

A Man Too Mean to Be Me in Time for Tea by D. F. Lewis and Ellis Parker Butler.

“The Tall, Thin and Eccentric Lisper” by D. F. Lewis and Gordon Keyne.

“Today’s Lesson Is Steampunk Mistakes Don’t Pay” by D. F. Lewis and Gordon Keyne.

“Tentacles of Caapi Across the Atlantic” by Arthur J. Burks and D. F. Lewis.

When the Piute Tried Raw Air by H. Bedford-Jones and D. F. Lewis.

A Threefold Cord Strangling a Snowman by H. Bedford-Jones and D. F. Lewis.

Nemesis of the Raw Black Air by Arthur J. Burks, D. F. Lewis, and Kim Stanley Robinson.

On Pulpsmithing Fanblade Fables by Arthur J. Burks and D. F. Lewis.

Gargling a Tiger Hilt with Swordfish by D. F. Lewis and H. Bedford-Jones.

Raw Air Thrills and Thrillers by D. F. Lewis and H. Bedford-Jones.

The Lurk Descending Furtive Skies by D. F. Lewis and Arthur J. Burks.

It Doesn’t Take Much Dark House Lane Dynamite by Arthur J. Burks and D. F. Lewis.

The Drawstring Kid Had Courage by D. F. Lewis and Arthur J. Burks.

The Jungle Thingie Hates a Woman by Arthur J. Burks and D. F. Lewis.

“Who’s Afraid of the Shawl of Jane Austen-Solomon?” by D. F. Lewis and H. Bedford-Jones.

“Borderland Holiday Without End” by Arthur J. Burks and D. F. Lewis.

Who Do You Think You Are, Preacher Creature? by Arthur J. Burks and D. F. Lewis.

“A Pretend Olympics Penalty” by D. F. Lewis and H. Bedford-Jones.

The Last Hotel Jacarandas Balcony by D. F. Lewis and Katrina Britt.

“Kingpin of Soldado Woodland Without Trees” by H. Bedford-Jones and D. F. Lewis.

John Solomon, the Supercargo Hawler by H. Bedford-Jones and D. F. Lewis.

The Sun Sets on the Yorkshire Hills, the Song and the Sea by D. F. Lewis and
Isobel Chace.

“‘Ow Do, Zooming Zombies” by D. F. Lewis and Joe Archibald.

“A Watch, Yegg Plant, and a Myrtle Leaf” by D. F. Lewis and Joe Archibald.

“Who’s Wooin’ Whofage” by Joe Archibald and D. F. Lewis.

“A Halo of Shower Kraut Drizzle Around an Orange Street Lamp” by D. F. Lewis and Joe Archibald.

“Polecat Nipped Inside the Bud” by Joe Archibald and D. F. Lewis.

“Watch the Bat’s Whiskers Sprout” by D. F. Lewis and Joe Archibald.

The Devil Moon Meat Raiders by Margaret Way and D. F. Lewis.

Plastic Scab Devotion by D. F. Lewis and Anne Hampson.

Red Orc’s Rage Zone by Philip José Farmer and D. F. Lewis.

Busy Pregnant Blood! by Stuart Hughes, D. F. Lewis, Susan Mallery, Charlotte Hughes, and Christine Rimmer.

Claudia and the Lengthening Dream Mystery at the Museum by Ann M. Martin and D. F. Lewis.

Find Mine Stronger Than Yearning by D. F. Lewis and Penny Jordan.

“The Soft Tread Error of Choice” by D. F. Lewis and Clarence Budington Kelland.

“Diana and Her Brother Lived Over the Shop of All Places!” by D. F. Lewis and Clarence Budington Kelland.

Rose Inside the Bud by Susan Barrie and D. F. Lewis.

The Wind Whispers the Terrible Roar by D. F. Lewis and Daniel Pinkwater.

Make Me Believe a Walk on the Beach by Shiloh Walker and D. F. Lewis.

One of the Picnic Party Guys by Shiloh Walker and D. F. Lewis.

“The Thinker Between White Lines” by Clarence Budington Kelland and D. F. Lewis.

“The Fad of the Fisherman Down to the Boots” by G. K. Chesterton and D. F. Lewis.

The Dark Damp Corner Indiscretion by D. F. Lewis and Anne Mather.

Soft Indian Silk Luggage by D. F. Lewis and Joyce Dingwell

“Madge, the Fisherman’s Wife” by D. F. Lewis and Jane Yolen.

Stepsisters in Death by Linda Cargill and D. F. Lewis.

The Last Balconies and Blue Nets: The Story of a Holiday in Brittany – by D. F. Lewis and Mabel Esther Allan.

Nemonymous Night at the Earth’s Core by D. F. Lewis and Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Nemonymous’ Noctuary of Blasphemies and Revelations: The Life & Times & Din-Remembered Story of an Undying Thing by Joe Pulver writing as Des Lewis and TL and Robert M. Price and S.T. Joshi and Robert Barlow and Barry Pain

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The Mystery of the Mixed-Up CERN Zoo edited by Gertrude Chandler Warner and D. F. Lewis. This rare printer’s error which includes pieces from Nemonymous 5 and Nemonymous 6 is highly collectable….

Nemonymous Death Has a Night Name by D. F. Lewis and Don Pendleton.

Nine Weirdtongue Stories by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.

Weirdtongue, Wagontongue by D. F. Lewis and Elmer Kelton.

The Last Balcony Lectures of Bret Harte by D. F. Lewis and Bret Harte.

Weird Fire-Tongue by D. F. Lewis and Sax Rohmer.

The Manning Sisters in Death by Debbie Macomber and D. F. Lewis.

“Dead People Writing a Dash of Death” by D. F. Lewis and Lloyd A. Kohler.

The Golden Eagle Soaring Above by Noel B. Gerson and D. F. Lewis.

Caroline’s Child Headcount by Debbie Macomber and D. F. Lewis.

Gold Cream Cakes for Prince Charlie by Nigel Tranter and D. F. Lewis

More Than Love and Stitches by Denise Robins and D. F. Lewis.

Beastly CERN Zoo Tales edited by Sara Paretsky and D. F. Lewis.

Snail Trail of the Mountain Man by D. F. Lewis and William W. Johnstone

“A Sullen Dream Shout Without Sound” by D. F. Lewis and Gerald Kersh. the Demon

“The Defeat of the Tailor Stubber” by Gerald Kersh and D. F. Lewis.

“A Thin Budaful Pest in a Tin” by D. F. Lewis and Gerald Kersh.

Touch the Wind from the Last Balcony by Janet Dailey, Christianna Brand, and D. F. Lewis.

Saraband for Two Sisters in Death by Philippa Carr and D. F. Lewis.

Snail Trial of Cecil Snaith by D. F. Lewis and Frank Richards.

Tom Merry’s Triumph Within the Flicks by Frank Richards and D. F. Lewis.

Don’t Say Brown Hell Up North, Say Hovis by D. F. Lewis and Tabor Evans.

Longarm and the Dead Man’s Mort au Monde Play by Tabor Evans and D. F. Lewis.

Longarm and the Sinful Sisters in Death by Tabor Evans and D. F. Lewis.

Thermal Thursday Meltdown by Don Pendleton and D. F. Lewis.

“The Unpleasant Dog the Dinner Ate” by Robert W. Chambers and D. F. Lewis.

“Nygremaunce the Singin’ Telegram Messenger Fool” by D. F. Lewis, H. Bedford-Jones, Dorothy Greenwood, and Robert W. Chambers.

Only Connect Mr. Happy’s Dot-to-Dot by D. F. Lewis, Gordon Lewis, and Roger Hargreaves.

Slocum and the Friendly Foe Brandishing Knives by Jake Logan and D. F. Lewis.

Slocum and the Best Helpless Harlots So Far by Jake Logan and D. F. Lewis.

The Gunman and the Greenhorn Grinagog by Jake Logan and D. F. Lewis.

“The Thirteenth Card-Carrying Skin Eater of the Dead” by E. Phillips Oppenheim, D. F. Lewis, and George T. Wetzel.

“Robbery at the Palace Exquisition” by Robert Colby and D. F. Lewis.

Growing Season of Lost Will by Sheila Holland and D. F. Lewis.

Sinners Beware a Silent One by E. Phillips Oppenheim and D. F. Lewis.

The Weird Scandal Monger by D. F. Lewis and William Le Queux.

Huge Red Riding Hooded Spider and Other Topsy-Turvy Stories by Dick King-Smith and D. F. Lewis.

Sophie’s Snail Trail by Dick King-Smith and D. F. Lewis.

“Miscegenation of the Quirk Classic Hauntings” by D. F. Lewis and Jean Paul Sinistre.

Milo’s Big Mistaken Identity by Lucy Daniels and D. F. Lewis.

“Blue Bobtail Melody” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“A Girl I Knew Shaped Like a Snake” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Soul of Both Parties Concerned” by D. F. Lewis and J. D. Salinger.
“The Varioni Brothers Fall from Grace” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“A Boy in France Living on the Corner” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Soft-Boiled Sergeant Rosewolf” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“The Hang of It When I Was an Old Man” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Personal Notes on an Infantryman Nipping the Bud” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“I’m Crazy Queuing Behind Crazy People” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
Last Balcony Day of the Last Furlough by D. F. Lewis and J. D. Salinger.
“The Chill Heart of a Broken Story” by D. F. Lewis and J. D. Salinger.
The Clinging of the Cold Catcher in the Rye by D. F. Lewis and J. D. Salinger.
Franny and Zooey Cobb by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Raise High the Front Room Roof Beam, Carpenters” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Seymour Karew: An Introduction” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Kites and Kisses” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut Purged of Dream” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Stricken with Glee Just Before the War with the Eskimos” by D. F. Lewis and J. D. Salinger.
“Mr. Rampives, the Laughing Man” by D. F. Lewis and J. D. Salinger.
“Madge Down at the Dinghy” by D. F. Lewis and J. D. Salinger.
“For Esmé – with Bedroom Eyes, Love and Squalor” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Pretty Mouth and Green My Eyes Beyond the Help of Mortals” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“De Daumier-Smith’s Dark Blue Chintz Period” by J. D. Salinger and D. F. Lewis.
“Effervescent Teddy” by D. F. Lewis and J. D. Salinger.

Bob the Dog Grins at Dawn by Vivian French and D. F. Lewis.

The Daughters of the Nemonymous Night by Edgar Wallace and D. F. Lewis.

The Ringer Returns Abrecocks & Zawns by Edgar Wallace and D. F. Lewis.

The Squeaker Squabble by Edgar Wallace and D. F. Lewis.

Sergeant Sir Peter Jeffery by Edgar Wallace and D. F. Lewis.

Koko Benoko by Peter Straub and D. F. Lewis.

“Static Yellow Devil Ataxia” by Paul Pinn, D. F. Lewis, and Elmer Kelton.

“Feel My Muscle, Aphids!” by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis.

“Apache Patrol Nipping the Bud” by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis.

“Dark They Were and Empty-Eyed Deep in This Land” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

“More Give than Angles Way Up the Bozeman” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

“Pride Processors” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

“Ride Out Among the Prams!” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

“Always Remember: Dare the Memory” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

“Red Romain Like Eve’s Apples” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

“The Breed of the Frontier Thing in the Bed” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

“The Shape of Shame One Night in Blackfoot” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

“Madge Budd Dabbles in Homesteads” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

“Two Lonely Red Knives” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox

“The Cut of Words in Time of Trouble” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

“The Killers Queuing Behind Crazy People” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

Ranger’s Trail Between White Lines by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis.

“Sidesaddle Sweetheart Orphans of the Tides” by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis.

“Hard Trail to Follow Towards the Drogulus: A Strange Implosion of Self After Reading Elizabeth Bowen” by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis.

“She-Wolf of the Dognahnyi Brush Country” by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis

“Needless to Say No Epitaph for Me” by D. F. Lewis, Gordon Lewis, and Elmer Kelton.

Delicious Texas Standoff by D. F. Lewis and Elmer Kelton.

“Stumps on Bakeoven Grade” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

“No Time for Wild Honey Dreams” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

“The Demon Faltering in Answer to Summons” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

Angel of the Texas Showdown Agony by D. F. Lewis and Elmer Kelton.

Both Sides of Midnight Die by the Gun by D. F. Lewis and Elmer Kelton.

“A Heck of a Promise from the Spirit-Hole” by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis.

“Meltdown Leeward of Storm Isle” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

“Mrs. Benson, My Stark Lady” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

“Don’t Drown the Man Who Taught You to Swim Deep Water” by D. F. Lewis, David Mathew, and Ernest Haycox.

“Lights Over the Straits” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.

“Powder Burnt from the Hearth” by Ernest Haycox and D. F. Lewis.

“The Lord Sent an Outlaw Meticulously Prepared for Madness” by Elmer Kelton, D. F. Lewis, and Stuart Hughes.

“The Sixth Degree Sellout” by D. F. Lewis, M. F. Korn, Mike Philbin, and Elmer Kelton.

The Winged Menace Massacre at Goliad by John B. Ford, D. F. Lewis, and Elmer Kelton.

“Showdown at the Horse Fountain Well” by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis.

Buffalo Wagons Fall from Grace by Elmer Kelton and D. F. Lewis.

“Invitation by Bullet, Tiny Hooks and Dainty Door Keys” by Ernest Haycox, Mark McLaughlin, and D. F. Lewis.

Variations on the Vile Vengeance Trail by Richard Gavin, D. F. Lewis, and Ernest Haycox.

The Feudists in Camera by Ernest Haycox, Simon Woodward, and D. F. Lewis.

“This Flight Tonight Under Western Skies” by Gary Couzens, D. F. Lewis, and Ernest Haycox.

“The Chill at Anselm’s” by D. F. Lewis and Ernest Haycox.
“His Real Bad Reason” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

Jiu San Always in Dim Shadow” by Lester Dent and D. F. Lewis.

“Hot Water at the Rocking Horse Trail” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“Scaredy & Whitemouth Holler on Horseback” by D. F. Lewis and S. Omar Barker.

“The Marked Buttered Bullet Casing” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“Hard-Luck Cowboys After the Requiem” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“Gun Proud Wiles” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“The Speedy Jack Rabbit from the Spirit-Hole” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“Impaled Earmarks” by D. F. Lewis, Craig Sernotti, and S. Omar Barker.

“Half a Sixpence Gringo Cache” by D. F. Lewis and S. Omar Barker.

“Rawhide Apple Turnover Recipe” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“Off Beat Rawhide Romance” by D. F. Lewis and S. Omar Barker.

“When I Was an Old Man Gittin’ Old” by D. F. Lewis and S. Omar Barker.

“Rawhide Sons Squabble” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“To a Blue-Eyed Cowgirl Tugging the Heartstrings” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“Knee Jerks for Nancy, Katie and the Cow Thief” by D. F. Lewis and S. Omar Barker.

“Tricky Triplets Beyond the Help of Mortals” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“My Giddy Aunt Breakin’ the Broncs” by D. F. Lewis and S. Omar Barker.

“What About Rattlesnakes Shaped Like a Snake?” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis. The obvious was deadly!

“Want to Buy a Dog, Goose and Gander?” by Albert Payson Terhune and D. F. Lewis.

Country Dusk Christmas Roundup” by D. F. Lewis and S. Omar Barker.

“The Roamin’ Rocking Horse Rustler!” by S. Omar Barker and D. F. Lewis.

“The Other Eminently Forgettable Man” by Albert Payson Terhune and D. F. Lewis.

“On Strike Down by the Fast Canal” by Albert Payson Terhune and D. F. Lewis.

“Find Mine Matched or Better” by D. F. Lewis and S. Omar Barker.

“Find Mine in the Lion’s Mouth” by D. F. Lewis and Albert Payson Terhune.

“Blue Ribbons of Reality” by Albert Payson Terhune and D. F. Lewis.

“Ride, You Tonto Raiders Between White Lines!” by Louis L’Amour and D. F. Lewis.

“Trust Nothing in Between” by Jack London and D. F. Lewis.

Look, Don’t Touch Curious Fragments by D. F. Lewis and Jack London.

All Lean and No Fat Nimble Fingers by D. F. Lewis and Frederick C. Davis.

“Imprimatur of the Monster Powdersmoke Reformer” by D. F. Lewis and Tom Roan.

Nemonymous Night Moves by D. F. Lewis and Nora Roberts.

“Padgett Weggs, Hangnoose Hero” by D. F. Lewis and Tom Roan.

The Weird Tin Fish Monger by D. F. Lewis and Richard Sale.

“The House of the Praying Ghost Hunters” by Richard Sale and D. F. Lewis.

Mr. and Miss Nemonymous edited by Fern Michaels and D. F. Lewis.

“Wrong Place, Wrong Time, Wrong Side of the Bomb” by Bill Pronzini and D. F. Lewis.

Meltdown Incident at Badamya by D. F. Lewis and Dorothy Gilman.

“The Theft of the Thanksgiving Turkey Off the Bone” by Edward D. Hoch and D. F. Lewis.

Second Best Original Sin by D. F. Lewis and P. D. James.

A Taste for Meat & Two Veg Death by P. D. James and D. F. Lewis.

“Tangled Up in Blue Ribbons of Reality” by Mickey Spillane and D. F. Lewis.

The Bobtail Job by D. F. Lewis and Henry Kane.

Another Blurred Third Class Murder View Feeds the Flames by D. F. Lewis, John D. MacDonald, and Frank Kane.

A Third Class Murder in Haste by D. F. Lewis and Brett Halliday.

“The Old Mr. Martin Purged of Dream” by Michael Gilbert and D. F. Lewis.

Caretaker in the Midst of Death by D. F. Lewis and Lawrence Block.

“The Last Prize Beauty” by D. F. Lewis and Graham Greene.

“I Spy the Last Piece of the Jigsaw” by Graham Greene and D. F. Lewis.

Doctor Sally Skights by P. G. Wodehouse and D. F. Lewis.

If I Were You Down to the Boots by P. G. Wodehouse and D. F. Lewis.

“A Tale of Two Todgers, Boots and a Bachelor” by D. F. Lewis and P. G. Wodehouse.

Bachelors Nemonymous edited by P. G. Wodehouse and D. F. Lewis.

“More Than Just Ordinarily Weird Reasons Unknown” by D. F. Lewis and Stanley Ellin.

“Unacceptable Candle Dreaming Procedures” by Stanley Ellin and D. F. Lewis.

My Dead Body Trouble by George Bagby and D. F. Lewis.

“Finders Keepers Beyond the Bookcase” by Mary Roberts Rinehart and D. F. Lewis.

The Romantics After the Requiem by Mary Roberts Rinehart and D. F. Lewis.

“Padgett Weggs in the Pavilion” by D. F. Lewis and Mary Roberts Rinehart. Watch your wallets!

Mystery of the Golden Horn of Europe by Phyllis A. Whitney and D. F. Lewis.

The Visages of Jade Venus by D. F. Lewis and George Harmon Coxe.

“The Clinging of the Cold Fight for Life” by D. F. Lewis and James Oliver Curwood.

“The Impaled Mouse” by D. F. Lewis, Craig Sernotti, and James Oliver Curwood.

“Variations on the Vile Vastarien” by Richard Gavin, D. F. Lewis, and Thomas Ligotti.

“Vanity Fair of the Dog That Didn’t Bark” by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding, D. F. Lewis, and Margaret B. Maron.

“Effervescent Inches and Ells” by D. F. Lewis and Elisabeth Sanxay Holding.

“A Gun Is a Nervous Thing in the Bed” by Charlotte Armstrong and D. F. Lewis.

The Case of the Weird Sisters in Death by Charlotte Armstrong and D. F. Lewis.

The Last Tsarina’s Wintercoat by Lozania Prole and D. F. Lewis.

Nothing in Between Six Fools and a Fairy by D. F. Lewis and Mary Essex.

Fascinating Doctor Peter Jeffery by Mary Essex and D. F. Lewis.

Migrations of the Heart Surgeon by D. F. Lewis and Mary Essex.

Little Nurse Sexbomb by Mary Essex and D. F. Lewis.

The Romance of Dr. Dinah Gongoozler by Mary Essex and D. F. Lewis.

A Strange Patient for Sister Smith Woken with a Kiss by Mary Essex and D. F. Lewis.

The Eyes of Doctor Karl Cobb by Sheila Burns and D. F. Lewis.

The Weathering Graveyard Shift by D. F. Lewis and Ursula Curtiss.

Golden Dawns Trailing Glory by D. F. Lewis and Ursula Bloom.

The Secret Meltdown of Marigold Marnell by May Wynne and D. F. Lewis

Comrades to Robin Hood Living on the Corner by May Wynne and D. F. Lewis.

Tomorrow for Apricots, Cigarettes and Dandelions by Ursula Bloom and D. F. Lewis.

“The Chaise Longue Lizard” by D. F. Lewis and C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne. They called this lounge lizard “Stretch”!

The Mediterranean and Beyond Strangers from the Small Screen by Norma Lorimer and D. F. Lewis.

The Courage of Love When I Was an Old Man by Effie Adelaide Rowlands and D. F. Lewis.

A Bunch of Blue Ribbons of Reality by Effie Adelaide Rowlands and D. F. Lewis.

Heroic Lives Headcount by Rafael Sabatini and D. F. Lewis.

She Didn’t Like Dying Inside the Bud by Nigel Morland and D. F. Lewis.

Alas! Flossie’s Return by Rhoda Broughton and D. F. Lewis.

When We Are Married, Flossie Fraser by Molly Waring and D. F. Lewis.

Thou Shalt Not Love the Walls of Time by Molly Waring and D. F. Lewis.

“Run—If You Can, Talboys Ruthven Bâtard” by Charlotte Armstrong, Dorothy L. Sayers, D. F. Lewis, and Jack London.

The Vindictive Story of the Footsteps That Ran Yellow Cargo by Dorothy L. Sayers and D. F. Lewis.

Spookin Out Death In Silhouette by D. F. Lewis and John Russell Fearn.

The Toff on the Padgett Weggs Farm by John Creasy and D. F. Lewis.

Riders of the Silences Between White Lines by Max Brand and D. F. Lewis.

“A Chinaman’s Chance Encounters with Terror” by Erle Stanley Gardner and D. F. Lewis.

“Clumsy Nirvana Help Wanted, Male” by D. F. Lewis and Rex Stout.

The Case of the Screaming Woman Squabble by Erle Stanley Gardner and D. F. Lewis.

A Message for CERN Zoo Directors edited by Gérard Klein and D. F. Lewis.

Cone Zero Tolerance edited by D. F. Lewis and Bill Pronzini.

The Nemonymous Letter edited by D. F. Lewis and John D. MacDonald. No one knew who it was from!

“Down to the Boots at the Holly Tree Inn” by D. F. Lewis and Charles Dickens.

“Down to the Ambassador’s Boots” by D. F. Lewis and Agatha Christie.

The Fugitive Snail Trail by Zane Grey and D. F. Lewis.

A Farewell to Tentacles Over the Atlantic, or Goodbye, Cthulhu by Ernest Hemingway, D. F. Lewis, Philip Roth, and H. P, Lovecraft.

The Weirdmonger’s White Cocoons by Mark Samuels, D.F. Lewis, and Thomas Ligotti

Vanity Fair of the Dog by William Makepeace Thackeray and D. F. Lewis.

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DFL QUOTES CHOSEN BY OTHERS: https://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2010/08/08/favourite-quotes-from-dfl/

Apocrypha:

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Rachel Mildeyes quotes: https://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2010/08/08/the-rachel-mildeyes-quotes/

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All the themed quotations from DF Lewis collected on TLO by others – at link immediately above.

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4 responses to “Quirk Classics Involving DF Lewis

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  3. Many thanks to GSC and Spot for their amazing sterling work in collecting manfully and doggedly these Quirk Classics as real books.

    Ebooks eat your hearts out. There is nothing better than owning TLO Quirk Classics. My shelves are lined with them.

  4. RIP, Phil Stecco, also known as Spotbowserfido2 and GS Carnivals on Thomas Ligotti Online. He will be greatly missed by many of us.
    http://www.ligotti.net/showthread.php?p=120549#post120549

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