J. I. M. Stewart (disambiguation)

"J. I. M. Stewart" is composed of at least 12 distinct authors, divided by their works.

About the Author

Includes the name: Stewart J.I.M.

Author Division

J. I. M. Stewart (1)

Works have been aliased into Michael Innes.

Vanity Fair (1848) — Editor, some editions; Introduction, some editions — 14,874 copies, 192 reviews
The Moonstone (1868) — Editor, some editions — 10,923 copies, 251 reviews
Eight Modern Writers (1963) 107 copies
The Gaudy (1974) 81 copies, 5 reviews
The Oxford Book of Travel Stories (1996) — Contributor — 74 copies, 1 review
The Madonna of the Astrolabe (1977) 53 copies, 2 reviews
Young Pattullo (1975) 53 copies, 3 reviews
Full Term (1978) 51 copies
A Memorial Service (1976) 50 copies, 2 reviews
Myself and Michael Innes: A Memoir (1987) 42 copies, 2 reviews
A Use of Riches (1957) 41 copies, 2 reviews
The Man Who Won the Pools (1961) 32 copies, 1 review
The Last Tresilians (1966) 31 copies, 1 review
Andrew and Tobias (1980) 21 copies
Stories and poems (1970) — Introduction — 19 copies
Mungo's dream (1973) 18 copies
Avery's mission (1971) 18 copies
Rudyard Kipling (1966) 17 copies
A Villa in France (1982) 16 copies, 1 review
James Joyce (1971) 16 copies
The Aylwins (1966) 15 copies
Parlour 4 and Other Stories (1986) 13 copies
Mark Lambert's Supper (2012) 10 copies
An Open Prison (1984) 9 copies
The Naylors (1985) 9 copies
An Acre of Grass (1965) 9 copies
A Palace of Art (1972) 9 copies
The Guardians (2012) 8 copies
Joseph Conrad (1968) 8 copies
Vanderlyn's Kingdom (1968) 3 copies, 1 review

Common Knowledge

Disambiguation notice
1. J. I. M. Stewart used the pseudonym Michael Innes when writing detective fiction.
2. Jim Stewart wrote So I Like to Get Tied Up...So What? Also wrote We Love S&M.
3. Jim Stewart (Irish) aka James Charles Stewart, born 19 Mar. 1949 wrote Personal Provision of Retirement Income: Meeting the Needs of Older….
4. Jim (James) Stewart June 6, 1952 wrote Managing Change Through Training and Development.
5. Jim Stewart wrote the SAP books.
6. Stewart, Jim 1921- (with Shirley Stewart, 1922) wrote Easy Going.
7. Jim Stewart (USA) (his first book) wrote An Angel from Vietnam.
8. Jim Stewart, children's writer wrote Joey's Horse.
9. Jim Stewart wrote I Can't Look at the City, sf, short story.
10. Jim Stewart, artist, curator and owner of the Zymoglyphic Museum in San Mateo, CA.
11. Stewart, Jim 1934- (James M. Stewart) - Decoys of the Thousand Islands
(12) Jim Stewart, a.k.a. J. R. Stewart, the Oregon-based author of Ochoco Reach