NOVELS by MATTHEW REILLY

The following novels are available for purchase. Click on the covers to visit the Pan Macmillan online store.


Stand Alone Novels

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Scarecrow Novels

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Jack West Novels

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SHORT STORIES by MATTHEW REILLY

These short stories are available as a free downloadable PDF.


Roger Ascham and The King’s Lost Girl

In this special prequel to The Tournament, Roger Ascham, the unorthodox tutor of Princess Elizabeth, is tasked by King Henry VIII with a most unusual and dangerous mission.
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Complex 13

Did the Soviet Union have its own Area 51? Discover the mysteries within.
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The Dead Prince

Name of the Rose meets Basic Instinct in this old-world thriller.
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Time Tours

Mitchell Raleigh is once again in trouble when his Time Tour goes horribly wrong…
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The Rock Princess and the Thriller Writer

An is-it-or-isn’t-it-autobiographical romance tale, starring Mitchell Raleigh.
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Altitude Rush

Altitude Rush first appeared in Girls’ Night In 2: Gentlemen by Invitation in 2001. What do two master thieves do to get across Manhattan in broad daylight when they can’t touch the ground?
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A Bad Day at Fort Bragg

Bad Day at Fort Bragg is a short story Matthew Reilly wrote in 2001 for the Bulletin. When a by-invitation guided tour of the Fort turns into an ambush executed by disgruntled Delta Force soldiers, Mitchell Raleigh, thriller writer, must use his researched military knowledge to help save his life.
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The Mine

A four-part tomb-raiding adventure that includes all things distinctively Reilly! From mutant animals to deadly traps, can Australian archaeologist Dr. Jessica Chase escape The Mine?
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Rewind / The Fate of Flight 700

Written two years before the film Memento, Rewind is the screenplay for a short film that plays out in reverse. If any aspiring film-makers would like to make Rewind into a short film, Matthew advises that they are welcome to do so — on one condition: that he gets to see a copy of the finished product! It has been produced at least once, in 2004 by independent filmmaker Andy Stark.
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