Third book in series 'Dance to the Music of Time'. Sequel to: 'A Buyer's Market' (588). Humorous book about the British middle and upper classes;
AT LADY MOLLY'S
Fourth book in the series; Sequel to: 'Acceptance World' (2128). Now a screenwriter at Warner Brothers' in Teddington, Nick is drawn into the world of Lady Molly and her numerous Tolland nieces and nephews, where he meets Isobel Tolland, his future wife.
BOOKS DO FURNISH A ROOM
Book 10 of the series. Sequel to 'The Military Philosophers' (6809). Nicholas Jenkins returns to his old university library during the winter of 1945 to undertake research for a book about Robert Burton. Quiggin is starting a literary magazine called Fission, which is to be funded by Erridge ... except that Erridge dies suddenly.
A BUYER'S MARKET
Second book in the series, sequel to ' A Question of Upbringing' (9183). The action takes place in London high society in the late 1920s, focusing on a handful of inter-connected events which illustrate the flowing and weaving nature of the passage of time.
CASANOVA'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
Fifth in the series; Sequel to: 'At Lady Molly's' (2383) The story follows the composer Hugh Moreland, his fiancee Matilda, and the critic Maclintick and his wife, Audrey, whose unhappy marriage forms a key part of the narrative.
HEARING SECRET HARMONIES
Final book of the series. Sequel to 'Temporary Kings' (7149). The decline and fall of Kenneth Widmerpool, told with comic precision.
THE KINDLY ONES
6th in series; Sequel to: 'Casanova's Chinese Restaurant' (2630) In the dying fall of the period between the wars, Nick is carried on the tide of events whilst seeking to do the honourable thing.
THE MILITARY PHILOSOPHERS
Book 9 of the series: Sequel to 'The Soldier's Art' (5929). This book follows Nicholas Jenkins and a host of familiar and newer characters through the strains, absurdities and preoccupations of England at war.
A QUESTION OF UPBRINGING
Four very different young men, Jenkins, a budding writer, Templer, a passionate womanizer, Stringham, aristocratic and restless, and intensely ambitious Widmerpool are on the threshold of manhood and, in the fever of the 1920s and early 30s gain their initiation into sex, society, business and art.
THE SOLDIER'S ART
Book 8 of the series: Sequel to 'The Valley of Bones' (3361). Further episodes in the lives of the family and friends of narrator Nicholas Jenkins.
Book 11 of the series, sequel to 'Books Do Furnish A Room' (6861). The main characters, who are now middle-aged, meet up at a cultural conference in Venice.