Author:Cecil Louis Troughton Smith

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Cecil Louis Troughton Smith
(1899–1966)
English novelist. Known by his pen name Cecil Scott "C. S." Forester.

Works[edit]

Horatio Hornblower series[edit]

Omnibus[edit]

  • 1964 The Young Hornblower. (a compilation of books 1, 2 & 3). Michael Joseph.
  • 1965 Captain Hornblower (a compilation of books 5, 6 & 7). Michael Joseph.
  • 1968 Admiral Hornblower (a compilation of books 8, 9, 10 & 11). Michael Joseph.
  • 2011 Hornblower Addendum – Five Short Stories (originally published in magazines)

Other Novels[edit]

  • 1924 A Pawn among Kings. Methuen.
  • 1924 The Paid Piper. Methuen.
  • 1926 Payment Deferred. Methuen.
  • 1927 Love Lies Dreaming. John Lane.
  • 1927 The Wonderful Week. John Lane.
  • 1928 The Daughter of the Hawk or The Daughter of the Hawk. John Lane.
  • 1929 Brown on Resolution. John Lane.
  • 1930 Plain Murder. John Lane.
  • 1931 Two-and-Twenty. John Lane.
  • 1932 Death to the French. John Lane. Published in the US as Rifleman Dodd. Little Brown.
  • 1933 The Gun. John Lane.
  • 1934 The Peacemaker. Heinemann.
  • 1935 The African Queen. Heinemann.
  • 1935 The Pursued (a lost novel rediscovered in 1999), unpublished until 2011, published posthumously by Penguin Classics[1]
  • 1936 The General. Michael Joseph.
  • 1936 Marionettes at Home. Michael Joseph.
  • 1940 The Earthly Paradise. Michael Joseph. Published in the US as To the Indies.
  • 1941 The Captain from Connecticut. Michael Joseph.
  • 1942 Poo-Poo and the Dragons. Michael Joseph.
  • 1943 The Ship. Michael Joseph.
  • 1943 The Barbary Pirates. Lyonsmith
  • 1948 The Sky and the Forest. Michael Joseph.
  • 1950 Randall and the River of Time. Michael Joseph.
  • 1955 The Good Shepherd. Michael Joseph.

Posthumous[edit]

  • 1967 Long before Forty. Michael Joseph.
  • 1971 Gold from Crete. Michael Joseph.

Collections[edit]

  • 1944 The Bedchamber Mystery. to which is added the story of The Eleven Deckchairs and Modernity and Maternity. S. J. Reginald Saunders. Published in the US as Three Matronly Mysteries. eNet Press.
  • 1954 The Nightmare. Michael Joseph.
  • 1969 The Man in the Yellow Raft. Michael Joseph. (Posthumous)

Plays in 3 Acts. John Lane.[edit]

Non-Fiction[edit]

  • 1922 Victor Emmanuel II. Methuen (?)
  • 1927 Victor Emmanuel II and the Union of Italy. Methuen.
  • 1924 Napoleon and his Court. Methuen.
  • 1925 Josephine, Napoleon’s Empress. Methuen.
  • 1928 Louis XIV, King of France and Navarre. Methuen.
  • 1929 Lord Nelson. John Lane.
  • 1929 The Voyage of the Annie Marble. John Lane.
  • 1930 The Annie Marble in Germany. John Lane.
  • 1953 The Adventures of John Wetherell. Doubleday & Company, Inc.
  • 1957 The Naval War of 1812. Michael Joseph. Published in the US as The Age of Fighting Sail
  • 1959 Hunting the Bismarck. Michael Joseph. Published in the US as The Last Nine Days of the Bismark and Sink the Bismarck



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  1. "A note on the text", endnote by Lawrence Brewer, p. 220