(All under the pseudonym Anthony Armstrong)Lure of the Past, Stanley Paul, 1920.The Love of Prince Rameses, Stanley Paul, 1921.The Heart of a Slave-Girl: A Tale of the Underworld of Ancient Rome, Stanley Paul, 1922.When Nile Was Young: A Romance of the Eighteenth Egyptian Dynasty, Hutchinson, 1923.Wine of Death, Stanley Paul, 1925.Patrick, Undergraduate, Stanley Paul, 1926.Patrick Engaged, Stanley Paul, 1927.No Dragon, No Damsel, Stanley Paul, 1928.Patrick Helps, Stanley Paul, 1928.The Trail of Fear, Macrae Smith, 1927 (published in England as Jimmie Rezaire, Stanley Paul, 1927).The Secret Trail, Methuen, 1928, Macrae Smith, 1929.The Trail of the Lotto, Methuen, 1929, Macrae Smith, 1930.The Trail of the Black King, Macrae Smith, 1931.The Poison Trail, Benn, 1932 (with Herbert Shaw).Ten Minute Alibi(based on Armstrong's play of the same name), Methuen, 1934, Penguin, 1938.No Higher Mountain, Methuen, 1951.He Was Found in the Road, Methuen, 1952.A Room at the Hotel Ambre, Doubleday, 1956 (published in England as Spies in Amber, Methuen, 1956).The Strange Case of Mr. Pelham, Doubleday, 1957.One Jump Ahead, Methuen, 1972.Cottage into House, Collins, 1936.We Like the Country, Collins, 1940.Village at War, Collins, 1941.We Keep Going, Collins, 1946.The Year at Margarets(autobiographical), Harrap, 1953.All published by Methuen, except as indicated:Warriors Still at Ease, 1926.How to Do It, 1928.Percival at Play, 1929.Livestock in Barracks, 1929.Me and Frances, 1930.Taxi! Being a Not Too Serious Book about London Taxicabs and Drivers, with a Few Remarks on Their Foreign Cousins, Hodder & Stoughton, 1930.Two Legs and Four, 1930 (compiler).Yesterdailies: Being Some Extracts from the Press of the Past, 1931.Apple and Percival, 1931.Selected Warriors(contains portions of Warriors at Ease and Warriors Still at Ease), 1932.Easy Warriors, 1932.Britisher on Broadway, 1932.The Prince Who Hiccupped and Other Tales, Benn, 1932.While You Wait, 1933.Anthony Armstrong: An Anthology of His Humorous Work, 1934.Thoughts on Things, 1935. (compiler)The Laughter Omnibus, Faber, 1937.Captain Bayonet and Others, 1937.Warriors Paraded(contains selections from previous Warriors volumes, and from Livestock in Barracks and Captain Bayonet and Others), 1938.Nothing to Do with the War, 1940. (editor)Laughter Parade(anthology), Faber, 1940.Warriors at War, 1941.The Pack of Pieces: A Fairy Tale for Adults, M. Joseph, 1942, 2nd edition published as The Naughty Princess, M. Joseph, 1945.Plonk's Party of A.T.C., 1942.Prune's Progress: The Genealogical Tree of Pilot-Officer Percy Prune, Jenkins, 1942.Nice Types, 1943.More Nice Types, 1944.Good Egg! Flights of Fancy, R. Lesley, 1944.Prangmere Mess, and Other Tales, 1945.Whiskers Will Not Be Worn, Rockliff, 1945.Goodbye, Nice Types!, 1946.My Friend Serafin, 1949.Sappers at War, Gale & Polden, 1949.In the Dentist's Chair: A One-Act Thriller, Samuel French, 1931.At "The Coach and Horses"(one act), Year Book Press, 1931.Well Caught: A Criminal Comedy in Three Acts, London Play Co., 1932.Ten Minute Alibi(three-act mystery play), Gollancz, 1933, Samuel French, 1934. (with Ian Hay)Orders Are Orders(three-act), Samuel French, 1933.Eleventh Hour(one-act drama), London Play Co., 1933. (with Harold Simpson)Without Witness(thriller), Gollancz, 1934.Mile-Away Murder(three-act detective play), London Play Co., 1937. (with Philip King)Here We Come Gathering(comedy), Samuel French, 1952. (with Arnold Ridley)Bellamy(three-act comedy-farce), Samuel French 1960; Also author of additional plays, including:Full House, 1930.Business with Royalty(adapted from the German), 1934.Postal Service, 1937. (with Ronald Crossley)The Three Pigeons, 1938.Brains and Brass, 1932, produced as Sitting on a Fence, 1939. (with Ridley)The Running Man, 1949.Horatius(three plays), for British War Office, 1950.Jumble Warfare, 1952.Knight of Night(farce).Spies in Amber(thriller).No Higher Mountain(murder mystery).Happy Ever After.England Our England: A Vague and Unauthenticated Guide to Some English Towns, A. Dakers, 1948.Saying Your Prayers: An Approach to Christian Prayer, G. Bles, 1957.A Demonstrator on Trial, Belton Books, 1968.The Church of England, the Methodists and Society, 1700-1850, Rowman & Littlefield, 1973.The End of the Road, Todd, 1943.The Garden,Todd, 1943.Summer Afternoon and the Spad-Gas, Todd, 1943.Science in the Army: A Brief Account of the Scientific Training and Technical Work of the Soldier Today, H.M.S.O., 1938.The After-Breakfast Book, W. Hodge, 1937. (with Bruce Graeme [pseudonym of Graham Montague Jefferies])When the Bells Rang: A Tale, Harrap, 1943. All published by Todd, 1943."OHMS" 1936, and "Young and Innocent" 1948; scripts for weekly program, "Armstrong's Garden" Southern TV, 1958, and for radio series with others, "Over to You" BBC, 1951; radio plays, "For Love of a Lady" 1948; "The Black King" 1951; "These Radio Times" 1951; "Return" 1953; "At Squinty Abbott's" 1953; "Death Set to Music" 1953; " The Case of Mr. Pelham" 1954; and others. Work is represented in anthologies, including Modern Masters of Wit and Laughter, Methuen, 1938, and Double Death, compiled by John Chancellor, Gollancz, 1939. Ten Minute Alibiwas filmed in 1935, He Was Found in the Roadwas released as "Man in the Road" 1955, and The Strange Case of Mr. Pelhamwas filmed as "The Man Who Haunted Himself" 1970. Radio adaptations based on Armstrong's works include "Ten Minute Alibi" 1947, "Without Witness" 1948, and "Mile Away Murder" 1949.
Armstrong's widow requested that his autobiography remain unpublished. Otherwise the collection is available to public use. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.Permission to publish material from Anthony Armstrong Papers must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.