|Book Title||Published||Out of Print||Publisher||Illustrated Version|
|1. Windyridge.||Novel||1912||1961||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||8 photos|
|2010||-||Jeremy Mills||Yes||10 photos|
|with long introduction by D.M. Copeland|
|2. Netherleigh||Novel||1915||1950||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||8 photos|
|3. Way of the Winepress||Novel||1916||1949||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||8 photos|
|4. Number Seven Brick Row||Novel||1918||?||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||4 plates|
|5. Olive of Sylcote||Novel||1918||?||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||8 photos|
|6. Through a Yorkshire Window||Novel||1919||1940||Herbert Jenkins||Only||16 photos|
|later illustrated edition||8 photos|
|7. Jerry and Ben||Novel||1919||1949||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||6 photos|
|8. A Yorkshire Suburb||Novel||1920||1942||Herbert Jenkins||Only||8 plates|
|later illustrated edition||4 plates|
|9. The Lady of the Lawn||Novel||1920||1941||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||8 photos|
|10. Men of Mawm||Novel||1921||1942||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||8 photos|
|11. Rachael Bland's Inheritance||Novel||1922||1942||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||8 photos|
|12. The Garden of Delight||Novel||1923||1941||Herbert Jenkins||Yes||8 photos|
|13. Laycock of Lonedale||Novel||1924||1949||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|14. Peter Pettinger||Novel||1925||1950||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|15. A Village in Craven||Novel||1925||1943||Herbert Jenkins||Only||12 plates|
|16. Children of the Outcast||Novel||1926||1940||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|17. A Late Harvest/The Lord's Poor Brother||Plays||1927||?||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|18. Windyridge Revisited||Novel||1928||1949||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|19. Witch Hazel||Novel||1928||1949||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|20. Doctor Dick||Novel||1929||1950||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|21. Squire Goodall||Novel||1930||1948||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|22. Kit of Kit's Folly||Novel||1931||1942||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|23. The Silver Dale||Topography||1932||1942||Herbert Jenkins||Only||16 photos|
|later illustrated edition.||8 photos|
|24. Old Obbutt||Novel||1933||1942||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|25. Yorkshire Pennines of the North West||Topography||1934||1942||Herbert Jenkins||Only||23 photos|
|26. Jack and John||Novel||1935||?||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|27. The Man of Anathoth||Religious fiction||1936||1951||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|28. Old Asa and other Stories||Short stories||1936||?||Epworth Press||Only||1 plate|
|29. The Sixpenny Man||Novel||1937||1949||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|30. Gold Chains||Novel||1938||1950||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|31. The Valley of Baca||Novel||1939||?||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|32. The Voice in the Garden||Novel||1940||1943||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|33. Common Clay||Novel||1941||1950||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|34. Grapes from Thorns||Novel||1943||1950||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|35. A Stick for God||Novel||1946||?||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|36. Services of Song||Church services||1954||?||Epworth Press||No|
|37. Sunset Reflections||Autobiography||1957||?||Herbert Jenkins||No|
|38. In the Silver Dale (abridged version of 23)||1958||?||Dalesman||Only||11 photos|
|39. The Man and the Mountain||Novel||1961||?||Herbert Jenkins||No|
Titles 1-5, 7 and 9-12 were all initially published without illustrations. Later, an illustrated edition was also published.
Titles 6, 8, 15, 23, 25, 28 and 38 were only ever published with illustrations.
Titles 6, 8 and 23 (illustrated) editions were later reprinted with only half the original number of illustrations.
Riley kept royalty records for the books published by Jenkins, from which the 'out of print' information has been derived. This record ceased in 1952, hence for those books that were still in print in 1952 and beyond there is no 'out of print' information available.
Riley wrote in his royalty records book that 'enemy action' caused the abrupt deletion of several of his titles during World War Two. After the war ended, Jenkins soon ceased to reset and reprint Riley's remaining titles, due to the rapid rise in costs.
13 books went out of print during the war.
14 books went out of print 1948-1951.
In addition to these books, Riley wrote many articles and short stories, lectures, and some poetry. He also wrote a few introductions to the books of other writers, and a few plays. In his role as Methodist local preacher, he also delivered many sermons.
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