- By Way of Explanation (essay by Seabury Quinn)
- Terror on the Links (aka The Horror on the Links)
- The Dead Hand
- Children of Ubasti
- The Jest of Warburg Tantavul
- The Corpse-Master
- The Poltergeist
- The Wolf of St. Bonnot
- Restless Souls
- The Silver Countess
- The Doom of the House of Phipps (aka The Curse of the House of Phipps)
Seabury Grandin Quinn aka Jerome Burke (1889–1969) was a pulp magazine author most famous for his stories of the occult detective Jules de Grandin, published in Weird Tales with great success.
Seabury Quinn was a contemporary of Robert E. Howard, H. P. Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith.
Seabury Quinn. Wikipedia.