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  • Books-Fiction
    • "A" is for Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Alice Carter and the Nights of Eternity
        • Original name for the first book in Harper's fiction novel series.
    • Alice's Journey Behind the Moon
        • Fake book by real life author Lewis Carroll, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • All Our Yesterdays
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Ambivalence Book Trilogy
        • A series of post apocalyptic adventure novels made into a trilogy of movies (Season 2 episode 9 Back to the Past)
    • America's 2nd Best Short Stories
        • Bart's school textbook, which he uses to defend himself from an attacking dog: "Eat my short stories!" (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Amok Time
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Anne of Piss Gables
        • Piss version of Anne of Green Gables from extended "Green Piss" scene where Danny and Wheeler ad lib a bunch of piss jokes.
    • Anyone Can Be a Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Apple Pie Hubbub
        • Novel Steve claims to have written. This was a significant novel for Steve because that's when he first started using verbs. His novels really brightened up after that. (A Wild and Crazy Guy)
    • Around the Corner
        • One of the books included on the publisher's list of upcoming books that Emerson researches (Season 1 episode Smell of Success)
    • The Arsonist's Daughter
        • Critically successful novel by college professor Grady Tripp that had put him and his editor on the map.
    • Bad Twin by Gary Troup
        • Fiction novel published by Hyperion Publishing.
    • Balance of Terror
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Bandersnatch (novel)
        • Choose your own adventure type novel by Jerome F. Davies. (Black Mirror: Bandersnatch)
    • The BeastWorm Chronicles
        • Fantasy book series. The Skyfire Cycle makes The Shadowbringer Saga look like The BeastWorm Chronicles. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
    • Bedtime Stories
        • Book Itchy & Scratchy read in new cartoon where they're friends not enemies, after Marge's crusade against cartoon violence. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • The Bestselling Romantic Spy Thriller I Used to Think About on the Bus that Would Sell a Billion Copies and Mean I'd Never Have to Work Againáby Anyone
        • Fake book, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • Biden the Rails: 1,001 Poems Inspired by My Travels Through Amtrak's Northeast Corridor
        • Book of poetry by Joe Biden. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • The Big Board
        • But Billy Pilgrim wasn't beguiled by the back of the store. He was thrilled by the Kilgore Trout novels in the front. The tides were all new to him, or he thought they were. Now he opened one. It seemed all right for him to do that. Everybody else in the store was pawing things. The name of the book was The Big Board. He got a few paragraphs into it, and then realized that he had read it before-years ago, in the veterans' hospital. It was about an Earthling man and woman who were kidnapped by extra-terrestrials. They were put on display in a zoo on a planet called Zircon-212.
    • Billy and the Clone-osauraus
        • Principal Skinner's idea for the great American novel, about a futuristic amusement park where dinosaurs are brought to life through advanced cloning techniques. Apu can't believe he's never heard of Jurassic Park. (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • Bloodlines of Conquest (book series)
        • Abed and Britta compete to expose each other to spoilers for the HBO original series Bloodlines of Conquest, a medieval fantasy series based on books that nobody seems to read. It's got betrayal, boobs, espionage, dragons. (Season 5 episode Analysis of Cork-Based Networking)
    • A Book of Modern Poetry
        • Book of poetry that Henry Bemis' wife inks over the words, and then destroys. (Season 1 episode Time Enough At Last)
    • Brad Rabbit and the Laughing Place
        • Politically correct contemporary edition of the Uncle Remus stories. (Season 2 episode The Laughing Place)
    • The Brimstone Kid
        • Book John reads in the hotel room after Pete's encounter with the gunslinger at the saloon.
    • Broadside at Cassiopeia
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • By Any Other Name
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Cage
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
        • Romance novel Wade reads. Fake book that originally appears in Planes, Trains & Automobiles.
    • The Case of the Hawaiian Honeymoon
        • Mystery novel created by the motion pictureápropáhouse The Earl Hayes Press.
    • The Case of the Unhappy Landing
        • A Crane Boys mystery (Season 9 episode Deathtrap)
    • The Chameleon's Song
        • New novel by Frasier version of reclusive writer J.D. Salinger, T.H. Houghton (Season 4 episode A Crane's Critique)
    • The City on the Edge of Forever
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Conscience of Sherlock Holmes
        • Fake book by real life author Arthur Conan Doyle, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • Crane Boys Mysteries
        • 34 volumes about two plucky lads who used their keen psychological insights to solve crimes brought home by their detective father. (Season 8 episode Daphne Returns)
    • Curtis Fox: The Capture and Death of a Serial Killer
        • From the original Pulp Fiction screenplay. Book written by Jack Scagnetti.
    • Dangerous Temptation
        • Romance novel by Serena St. John that Frank read because Sarah was reading it.
    • The Day There Was No Earth
        • Science fiction novel by John's mother Beatrice Henderson.
    • The Deadly Years
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Death Extension
        • Mystery novel by J.B. Harland, Agnes' favorite. (Season 1 episode Next Stop Murder)
    • Don't Close Your Eyes
        • One of the books included on the publisher's list of upcoming books that Emerson researches (Season 1 episode Smell of Success)
    • Don't Go Home
        • "Bookstore owner Annie Darling is hosting a party to celebrate former Broward's Rock resident Alex Griffith and his bestselling new novel,áDon't Go Home. But after the local paper announces that Griffith aims to reveal the real-life inspirations behind his characters, perhaps the author should take his own advice. Not everyone in town is ready to give him a glowing review."
    • Down the River Light
        • Jadzia mentions that when her previous host Tobin's child came down with Rugalan Fever, she read her all 17 volumes of Caster's Down the River Light. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • The Duchess Manual
        • Joke Beth makes about a fictional handbook for duchesses. Mr. James asks Beth to pretend to be a duchess and bid at him at an eligible bachelor auction, and she brings Joe with her. Mr. James: "I didn't say you could bring an escort.ö Beth: "I know, but a duchess rarely attends a social function unaccompanied. It says so in the duchess manual.ö (Season 4 episode Look Who's Talking)
    • Duplex
        • The title of Alex's long awaited second novel.
    • El Scoundrelo
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Elder and the Egg
        • Novel by Amanda Snodgrass, one of the teachers at the high school that Gamby has a crush on (Season 1 episode The Field Trip)
    • The Empath
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Euphoria at Midnight
        • Romance novel by Chandler's mother, Nora Tyler Bing. (Season 1 The One With Mrs. Bing)
    • Euphoria Unbound
        • Romance novel by Chandler's mother, Nora Tyler Bing. (Season 1 The One With Mrs. Bing)
    • Faithless Seduction
        • Romance novel by Fiona Bower that Blackstar reads in prison, author named after the series art department coordinator. (Season 1 episode How it All Ends)
    • Flow My Blood, the Soldier Said
        • Science fiction novel (the title a nod to Philip K. Dick) by Isaac Clark (author name a nod to Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clark) on science fiction writer Isaac Clark's boring world. (Season 4 episode Revelations)
    • Foolish Escapade
        • Frasier's neighbor Deirdre brings over her new book for Martin to read: "I also wanted to bring you a farewell gift: my latest novel, Foolish Escapade. It's the long-awaited sequel to The Rose and the Rapier." (Season 3 episode The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl)
    • Forbidden Touch
        • Romance novel by Fiona Bower that Blackstar reads in prison, author named after the series art department coordinator.
    • Forgotten Lore Vol. II
        • Book Homer reading: "Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore..." (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror - segment: The Raven)
    • Give Me Money Or I'll Destroy Your President
        • Title of novella Destroyo claims to be writing - he claims the cache of nuclear weapons found in his car was part of his research. (Episode The Tick vs. Justice)
    • The Gospel from Outer Space
        • So Rosewater told him. It was The Gospel from Outer Space, by Kilgore Trout. It was about a visitor from outer space, shaped very much like a Tralfamadorian by the way. The visitor from outer space made a serious study of Christianity, to learn, if he could, why Christians found it so easy to be cruel. He concluded that at least part of the trouble was slipshod storytelling in the New Testament. He supposed that the intent of the Gospels was to teach people, among other things, to be merciful, even to the lowest of the low.
    • The Group Hopper
        • YA novel that inspires a movie adaptation - Maze Runner/Hunger Games/Divergent mash-up. (Skit The Group Hopper)
    • The Gulf Breeze Incident
        • Science fiction novel created by the motion pictureápropáhouse The Earl Hayes Press.
    • The Gutless Wonder
        • 'What are you?' Trout asked the boy scornfully. 'Some kind of gutless wonder?' This, too, was the title of a book by Trout, The Gutless Wonder. It was about a robot who had bad breath, who became popular after his halitosis was cured. But what made the story remarkable, since it was written in 1932, was that it predicted the widespread use of burning jellied gasoline on human beings. It was dropped on them from airplanes.
    • The Harpooned Heart
        • Marge's novel. "Loyal to her vows or loyal to her heart or loyal to a third thing?" (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Heat Wave
        • A Nikki Heat novel by Rick Castle, eventually adapted into a real novel by screenwriter Tom Straw.
    • Her Darkest Hour
        • Mystery novel created by the motion pictureápropáhouse The Earl Hayes Press. "A chilling page turner"
    • The Hermes Henchman
        • Romance novel by Serena St. John that Frank read because Sarah was reading it.
    • Hickory Dickory Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Horse Flyer
        • 
Series of young adult books Pam plans to write. Pam: "So one afternoon while walking home from school, quirky tenth grader Becky Walters finds a wounded Pegasus in the woods. And she becomes "the horse flyer." (Season 7 episode The Inner Circle)
    • I, Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife) Book for sale at Rock Bottom Remainders, the discount book warehouse at Springfield Mall. (Season 18 episode Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em)
    • Illuminating the Dark Fields
        • Edward Morra writes a book titled "Illuminating the Dark Fields" about the understanding of the mind that he acquired after taking NZT. "The Dark Fields" is a novel by Alan Glynn about a mind optimizing drug, upon which the movie's plot is based.
    • Inside the Caves of Beneroth
        • Fantasy novel by C.W. Longbottom. (Season 1 episode The Casino)
        • Brad steals the backstory for Dana's streamer identity from C.W.'s old novel Inside the Caves of Beneroth, but tells Brad it was written by an A.I. (Season 1 episode Non-Player Character)
    • Interstellar
        • Book the Barnaby brothers read. Interestingly, there's a shot of Lois Lowry's children's book The Willoughbys on Murphy's bookshelf in the movie Interstellar.
    • Into the Den of Lions
        • Book by Gay Perello (the prop guy for The Good Place as well as Parks and Recreation) advertised on the back of the magazine that Tahani is reading as her and Jason walk out of the airport in Jacksonville, Florida. "The blockbuster sequel now in Paperback" (Season 3 episode The Ballad of Donkey Doug)
    • Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie: The Novel by Norman Mailer
        • Book adaptation of Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Jelva: Alien Queen of the Varvak
        • Science fiction novel by Clive Gollings.
    • Jenny Starpepper
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Jenny Starpepper and the Great Brass Hen
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Jenny Starpepper and the Huge White Gibbon
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Jenny Starpepper and the Spitting Worm
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Jocasta's Conundrum
        • Diane's unfinished novel (Season 5 episode 26 I Do and Adieu)
    • The Jupiter Praxis
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Kalokagathia-One (book)
        • Book that inspired the TV miniseries that Phil and Annie watch together, which Phil buys as a gift to give Annie when he sees her. (Season 2 episode Meet in the Middle)
    • The Kingdom of Elysian
        • New record added 6/24/2022
        • Book by science fiction author Benn Russell, from Deep Space Nine episodes Far Beyond the Stars and Shadows and Symbols.
    • The Last Man on Earth
        • Book that Sgt. Mike Ferris finds in the Park Drugs drugstore in Oakwood. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • The Last Straw
        • Novel by David Leary, about a man who loses his family, and finds himself in the process. It's a story about choices, about how the small decisions we make in our lives can change them forever.
    • The Last Voyage of Lemuel Gulliver
        • Fake book by real life author Jonathan Swift, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • The Last Witch But One
        • Fake book by real life author Diana Wynne Jones, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • Loathsome Beasts
        • One of the stories in Super Fantastic Science Fiction Stories, the science fiction magazine the crew of the MR1 reads on the way to Mars.
    • Lord Greystoke of Barsoom
        • Fake book by real life author Edgar Rice Burroughs, seen in The Library of Dream.
    • Love at 30,000 Feet
        • Roy's unfinished novel. Original title: Ocupado (Season 4 episode It May Have Happened One Night)
    • Love's Savage Secret
        • Romance novel by Serena St. John that Sarah reads. Devine Passion series #187. "It's terrible, I love it!" It's about a fashion designer and his supermodel girlfriend recruited by the CIA to stop an assassination.
    • The Man Who Was October
        • Fake book by real life author G.K. Chesterton, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • Maniacs in the Fourth Dimension
        • 'He was at the top of his class when this happened,' said Billy's mother. 'Maybe he was working too hard.' said Rosewater. He held a book he wanted to read, but he was much too polite to read and talk, too, easy as it was to give Billy's mother satisfactory answers. The book was Maniacs in the Fourth Dimension, by Kilgore Trout. It was about people whose mental diseases couldn't be treated because the causes of the diseases were all in the fourth dimension, and three-dimensional Earthling doctors couldn't see those causes at all, or even imagine them. One thing Trout said that Rosewater liked very.
    • The Mark of Gideon
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • A Match Made in Space
        • The idea for George McFly's first and greatest novel came to him as a teenager, when he had a strange vision.
    • Meditations on a Crimson Shadow
        • Cardassian novel by Preloc that Garak lends to Bashir. It takes place in the future, during a time when Cardassia and the Klingon Empire are at War. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
    • The Merrie Comedie of the Redemption of Dr. Faustus
        • Fake book by real life author Christopher Marlowe, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • Metamorphosis
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Mirror, Mirror
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Misery Unchained
        • Novel by Paul Sheldon starring the character Misery Chastain. Vince gives a signed first edition of the book to Audrey for her surprise birthday party. (Season 1 episode As You Were)
    • Misery's Love
        • Novel by Paul Sheldon, from his series The Adventures of Misery Chastain. (Season 2 episode Clean)
    • Misery's Paradise
        • Novel by Paul Sheldon, from his series The Adventures of Misery Chastain. (Season 2 episode Clean)
    • Misery's Quest
        • Novel by Paul Sheldon that Annie reads to Joy, from his series The Adventures of Misery Chastain. (Season 2 episode Clean)
    • Mistress Bitch
        • Romance novel by Chandler's mother, Nora Tyler Bing. (Season 1 The One With Mrs. Bing)
    • The Monster and the Martian Maid
        • One of the stories in Super Fantastic Science Fiction Stories, the science fiction magazine the crew of the MR1 reads on the way to Mars.
    • The Moon Whisperer
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • A Murder for Framing
        • Toby's Chad Flenderman novel. Toby: "This sounds a lot like the premise of my latest Chad Flenderman novel, A Murder for Framing. Chad Flenderman. Just an easy-going black guy who knows the streets, yet he also went to Oxford. So just as comfortable on a motorcycle as he is on Air Force One. Oh, and he's also the world's leading egyptologist." (Season 8 episode Christmas Wishes)
    • A Murder of Crows
        • Novel originally by Christopher Marlowe. NY Times Book Review: "A brilliant indictment of the criminal justice system. Probably the season's best literary offering. Mr. Russell is a star of the first magnitude."
    • The Murderer Did It
        • A Lenny Leonard Mystery. Stephen King called it, "Scary, good fun.ö (Season 18 episode The Boys of Bummer)
    • My Fate
        • Richard's despicable writer's mind improvises a stark Victorian melodrama entitled "My Fate", in which Elise departs from the hotel as scheduled, leaving him behind. Penniless, he takes a job in the hotel kitchen washing dishes. Thirty years later, after become a white haired man babbling about lost love, topples head first into a tub of soapy water and drowns.
    • My Sexual Problem
        • Joke by Alvy Singer, when Annie says the phrase while standing in line at the movies - according to him, a book by Henry James, the sequel to Turn of the Screw.
    • My Troubled Mind
        • Novel by Moe Szyslak. (Season 14 episode Treehouse of Horror XIII - segment The Right to Creep and Scare Harms)
    • The Mystery of the One-eared Monkey
        • A Crane Boys Mystery (Season 8 episode Daphne Returns)
    • Night of the Moths
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Nothing Ever Ends (novel)
        • Novel by Max Shea, inspiration for the literary journal of the same name, in which Dale Petey's story Fogdancing: My Summary was published in 2005. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
    • Now It Can Be Told
        • Novel by Kilgore Trout. Trout also carried a copy of his novel Now It Can Be Told. This was the wide-open beaver book which Dwayne Hoover would soon take so seriously.
    • The Number 23
        • Book that Walter Sparrow's wife finds in a bookstore and buys for him on his birthday. A novel of obsession by Topsy Kretts.
    • Olympic Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Omega Glory
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • On Your Mark, Get Set, Die!
        • A Crane Boys Mystery (Season 8 episode Daphne Returns)
    • Our Mutual Friend
        • Novel that Desmond was saving to read just before his suicide in the Swan station.
    • The Outlaw's Pearl
        • Romance novel by Serena St. John that Frank read because Sarah was reading it.
    • Patterns of Force
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Paul
        • Novel by Clive Gollings. Tagline: Sometimes it's nice to feel a little alien. Illustrated by Graeme Willy.
    • Planet 7
        • Science fiction novel by John's mother Beatrice Henderson.
    • Planet 8
        • Science fiction novel by John's mother Beatrice Henderson.
    • Planet Fall: Book 3: Fluzing Uranus
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Plato's Stepchildren
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Poems and Rhymes from Around the World
        • Ever heard of a culling song? It's a lullaby sung in Africa to give a painless death to the old or infirm. The lyrics of a culling song kill, whether spoken or even just thought. You can find one on page 27 of Poems and Rhymes from Around the World, an anthology that is sitting on the shelves of libraries across the country, waiting to be picked up by unsuspecting readers.
    • Prison Hulk 441
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Psmith and Jeeves
        • Fake book by real life author P.G. Wodehouse, seen ináThe Library of Dream. (Seasons of Mists)
    • The Ravening Angel
        • Title of Annie Wilkes' father's novel, dedicated to Rita K. Green. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • The Repossession Mambo
        • The title of Remy's manuscript/book that he spends the movie writing. "The depths of this author's insights are astonishing." Also the name of the screenwriter Eric Garcia's novel.
    • The Return of Edwin Drood
        • Fake book by real life author Charles Dickens, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • Return to Scoundrel Island
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Return to Tomorrow
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Road Trips to the Emerald City
        • Fake book by real life author Frank Baum, seen ináThe Library of Dream.
    • The Robot's Mistress
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • The Rose and the Rapier
        • Frasier's neighbor Deirdre brings over her new book for Martin to read: "I also wanted to bring you a farewell gift: my latest novel, Foolish Escapade. It's the long-awaited sequel to The Rose and the Rapier." (Season 3 episode The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl) Daphne asks Martin to read the book to her when she gets the flu. (Season 4 episode Four for the Seesaw)
    • Roses are Red and So is My Neck
        • Book of poetry by Jeff Foxworthy (Season 3 episode The Worst Possible Use of Free Will)
    • Sabrina's Satin Surrender
        • Romance novel from the acclaimed author of Southern Heat. (Season 1 episode Charlie and Kate Battle Over a Patient)
    • The Satanic Verses: Junior Illustrated Edition
        • Fictional version of a real book by Salman Rushdie, located in the Springfield Elementary School library, along with several other books that were banned by other schools, including Tek War, Theory of Evolution, Sexus, 40 Years of Playboy, Steal This Book and Hop On Pop. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
    • Saturn's Desire
        • Fantasy novel by C.W. Longbottom. (Season 1 episode The Casino)
        • Ian's favorite when he was a kid. He'll never forget the Elven temptress. She was based on a lover that C.W. Longbottom took in Morocco. Ironically, the proceeds from the book were used to pay for the medical bills he incurred from the encounter. (Season 1 episode The Casino)
    • Scoundrel Comes Calling
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel for the Prosecution
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel Goes West
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • A Scoundrel in Araby
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel in Scarlet
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel in Scarlett
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel is It You?
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel Redux
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel Vs. Hitler
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Secret of Scoundrel Cove
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Senator Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Shadowbringer Saga
        • Fantasy book series. The Skyfire Cycle makes The Shadowbringer Saga look like The BeastWorm Chronicles. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
    • Shark Leningrad and the Case of the Llama Psychodrama
        • Book the buys find by Egon Sterling. (Nocturnal Flight)
    • Showdown in Mohave: The Death of Mickey and Mallory
        • From the original Pulp Fiction screenplay. the suggested title of the book Jack Scagnetti could write after killing Mickey and Mallory while en route to Nystrom Asylum for the Criminally Insane.
    • Six Feet Under Par: a Chip Driver Mystery
        • Novel by Brent Norwalk. Half soy novel, half murder mystery, half submarine adventure, half erotic memoir, half political thriller, half golf tutorial, half commentary on society. (Season 4 episode A Chip Driver Mystery)
    • Sky Farm
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Sky Farm 2: Dark Harvest
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Sky Farm 3: Strong Cheese
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • The Skyfire Cycle
        • 12 books chronicling the war between sky and sand, clouds and rocks, by Terry's favorite author, D.C. Parlov. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • The Skyfire Cycle: A Bridge to Jarcata
        • The most recent volume of the The Skyfire Cycle fantasy book series by Terry's favorite author, D.C. Parlov. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • The Skyfire Cycle: Sand Into Glass: The Reckoning of Ka'Lar
        • The first volume of the The Skyfire Cycle fantasy book series by Terry's favorite author, D.C. Parlov. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • The Small Scream
        • Toby's latest Chad Flendermen novel. Toby:á"A little ironic that I'm gonna be kind of a TV star, because my last Chad Flenderman novel was based on a murdered TV star." (Season 9 episode Promos)
    • Somewhere on the Other Side of the Universe
        • Book by Egon Sterling that Patrick finds on Charlotte's balcony. (Swan)
    • Southern Heat
        • Romance novel - mentioned of cover of Sabrina's Satin Surrender. (Season 1 episode Charlie and Kate Battle Over a Patient)
    • Stephen Colbert's Alpha Squad 7: Lady Nocturne: A Tek Jansen Adventure
        • Stephen's science fiction novel - from his Oct 26, 2005 show.
    • Storm Fall
        • The final book in the Storm series, which ends with the surprise death of Derrick Storm.
    • The Story About the Mighty Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Suspicious Six Pack
        • A Crane Boys Mystery where the boys' father was kidnapped and the only clue was a dented Ballantine can (Season 8 episode Daphne Returns)
    • Take a Chance
        • Book by Jack Colquitt. Jack Colquitt is a pseodonym the Cigarette Smoking Man uses to attempt to get his novels published. (Season 4 episode Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man)
    • Ten Trite Tales
        • Agatha Christie book that Chief Wiggum reads while attempting to solve the case of who shot Mr. Burns. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • That Which Survives
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • They Came from Below
        • Book visible when Addie and Zora are talking in her room early in the film.
    • They Promised Me Ponies
        • Unfinished novel by Lisa Simpson, which Bart uses to attack her and her friend with spitballs. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Til Death Do Us Part
        • Pop-up ad in Lake View for fictional novel by real author Nicholas Sparks. (Season 1 episode Shopping Other Digital After-Lives)
    • Time Desk: The Chronicles of Dean Dangerous
        • Novel Dean Pelton is writing. (Season 2 episode Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design)
    • Time Flies Tomorrow
        • First novel by Frasier version of reclusive writer J.D. Salinger, T.H. Houghton (Season 4 episode A Crane's Critique)
    • To Hug a Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • To Kiss a Scoundrel
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • To Weep and to Willow: A Harli-Queen Romance
        • The title of one of Jack's stories.á(Episode An Old Fashioned Piano Party)
    • Tome
        • Novel by Gore Vidal that Lisa shows Marge, telling her that books are her only friends. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Top Truths for Teen Sleuths: A Crane Boys' Mysteries Workbook
        • Workbook the Crane brothers created for their series of teen sleuth novels. "Item One from A case is rarely elementary, but always evidentiary!" (Season 9 episode Deathtrap)
    • The Torch Garden by Silbert Danforth
        • Book by Andy's favorite novelist that made him want to become a writer, and plant a garden, and set it on fire (episode Charity Begins in Cell Block D)
    • The Torments Grete Suffered at the Hands of Her Husband Hans
        • Book Josef K. sees in the court usher's wife's room: "K. opened the book on top, and an indecent picture was revealed.K didn't leaf through any further, but simply opened to the frontispiece of the second book, a novel entitled The Torments Grete Suffered at the Hands of Her Husband Hans."
    • Trouble Brewing
        • Science fiction book series. (Butterfly Season) Action figures that Gabriel collects. (Poor Suckers) Stu goes shopping for action figures. (Boogie with Stu) Kelly named her cat Laverne after the space waitress in Egon Sterling's Trouble Brewing novels. (Tables by Fireplaces) Stu buys action figures. (Boogie with Stu / Night of the Vampire) Stu buys action figures. (Erica)
        • Sal and Jape find some Trouble Brewing action figures. (Nocturnal Flight) Science fiction novels. (Goodbye Grace) Gus mentions reading Trouble Brewing novels. (Bug)
    • The Trouble with Tribbles
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Turn of the Table
        • Toby's latest Chad Flenderman novel, based from the point of view of his nemesis, Dr. Lucifer Wu. (Season 8 episode Test the Store)
    • Unholy Storm
        • A Derrick Storm novel by Rick Castle, eventually adapted into a real novel by screenwriter Tom Straw.
    • Unstake My Heart
        • Vampire romance novel written by Nikki Wile. According to Jennifer, it makes Twilight look like Faulkner. But it's not just a cheesy paperback. It's something more... It starts out as Audrey's book that she gives to Agent Howard. (Season 1 episode Welcome to Haven) Book found by the two Audreys. (Season 2 episode Love Machine) Book in the warehouse where Jennifer hides out from the rougarou. Jennifer is the only only one that's able to see the glowing symbol of The Guard on the cover. (Season 4 episode Shot in the Dark)
    • Venetian Blinds
        • Fictional book by obscure writer Art Vandalay that George makes up to impress Elaine's boss and Pendant Publishing. (Season 3 episode The Red Dot)
    • The Venusian Pangenesis
        • Novel by science fiction author Adam Shadowchild.
    • Vivacious Venom
        • Romance novel by Serena St. John that Frank read because Sarah was reading it.
    • Warren Piece
        • Book Britta reads. (Season 3 episode Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps)
    • The Way to Eden
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Weird Monster
        • One of the stories in Super Fantastic Science Fiction Stories, the science fiction magazine the crew of the MR1 reads on the way to Mars.
    • What About Us Grills
        • Book by Maude Waggins that made Stewart Swinton stop writing, when he realize that if that was talent, he had none.
    • Whither My Scoundrel?
        • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Whom Gods Destroy
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • A Woman Undone
        • Romance novel by Rachel Karen Green (Season 1 The One With Mrs. Bing)

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