1959 - Charlie (short story)
1963 - The Aftermath (novel)
1970 - Sword in the Darkness, also know as Good Day Sunshine (novel)
1974 - The House on Value Street (unfinished)
1976 - Welcome to Clearwater(unfinished)
1976 - The Corner (unfinished)
1977 - Wimsey (unfinished)
1983 - The Leprechaun (unfinished)
1983 - The Cannibals, also known as Under the Dome
1984 - Keyholes (unfinished)
1996 - The Pretender (unfinished)
WHAAA WHAAA WHAT DA HELL IS THIS ? Can we expect to read these; some day ?
I am very curious about anyone named Charlie. I hope Charlie is female.
I will google all of these . but have any of you read them (not counting Under The Dome)
Can you tell us anything about these stories ? When King talks about Trunk-novels,
...is this the whole inside of the trunk>? are there more of these ?
100 miles S of Major Nelson and Jeannie and 100 miles N of Flipper
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Re: WHAT IS THIS !!!OMG!!! unkwon King titles
I just got done listening to the audiobook of Danse Macabre and in the book, SK mentions the unfinished novel called "House On Value Street." It was a novel he tried to write about the Patty Hearst story. He was writing it before she got captured. If I remember correctly, he said he got bogged down and stuck with it and moved on to something else. He said he couldn't get the characters right. I don't think he got too far along with it.
They're unknown because they've never been finished or published. You can find a substantial chunk of The Cannibals on this website -- it was this second crack at the idea behind Under the Dome. A chapter of Sword in the Darkness can be found in Rocky Wood's book "Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished." A book, by the way, that will probably blow your mind if you are astonished at the short list of unknown projects in your post!
Trunk novels, as a rule, refers to finished books that have not been published. These are mostly failed or incomplete books. The Wimsey book was an attempt to write a book in the world of the Dorothy L. Sayers character Lord Peter Wimsey. He may have only written a dozen pages or so before moving on to something else.