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Sally Lockhart
The Ruby in the Smoke (1985)
The Shadow in the North (1988)
The Tiger in the Well (1990)
The Tin Princess (1994)

His Dark Materials
Northern Lights/The Golden Compass (1995)
The Subtle Knife (1997)
The Amber Spyglass (2000)
Lyra's Oxford (2003)

The New Cut Gang
Thunderbolt's Waxworks (1994)
The Gas-fitter's Ball (1995)

Stand Alone Fiction
The Haunted Storm (1972)
Galatea (1978)
Count Karlstein (1982)
How To Be Cool (1987)
Spring-Heeled Jack (1989)
The Broken Bridge (1990)
The White Mercedes/The Butterfly Tattoo (1992)
The Firework-Maker's Daughter (1995)
Clockwork (1996)
I Was A Rat (1999)
The Scarecrow and His Servant (2004)

Adapted Literature
The Three Musketeers (1986)
Frankenstein (1990)
Sherlock Holmes and the Limehouse Horror (1992)
Aladdin and the Enchanted Lamp (1995)
Mossycoat (1998)
Puss in Boots (2000)

Other
Using the Oxford Junior Dictionary (1979)
Ancient Civilizations (1981) (Textbook)
Detective Stories (1985) (Editor)

Note: This bibliography is, quite possibly, very incomplete - if you have any additional information on Philip Pullman books, we would be more than happy to hear from you.

The Shadow in the North, Paperback, North America, 1996
Clockwork, Paperback, North America, 1998
Count Karlstein, Paperback, United Kingdom, 1992
The Gas-Fitter's Ball, Paperback, United Kingdom, 1998
The Haunted Storm, Hardcover, United Kingdom, 1972
The White Mercedes, Paperback, North America, 1997

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