Paul Tremblay, James Everington, John R. Fultz, Pat Cadigan, Geoffrey Gudgion, Robert Reed, Steve Rasnic Tem, Richard Kadrey, Peter Roman, Sean.
Paul Tremblay, James Everington, John R. Fultz, Pat Cadigan, Geoffrey Gudgion, Robert Reed, Steve Rasnic Tem, Richard Kadrey, Peter Roman, Sean Lynch, Jay Kristoff, William J. Cobb, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Alan Averill, Freda Warrington, Roberto Calas, Garry Kilworth, Cat Sparks, James A. Moore, Christopher Fowler, Beth Bernobich, Ian R. MacLeod, Gary Gibson, Anthony Ryan, Ben Jeapes, Rod Rees, Richard James Bentley, Stephen Deas, Tina.
Victorian Flashbacks is another mini-series .
Victorian Flashbacks is another mini-series of four themed books building on the popularity of the established Flashbacks series, this time about the Victorian age. These books tie in with the National Curriculum at Key Stage. 2001 is the centenary of Queen Victoria's death. April 2002 : UK Paperback.
Kilworth is a graduate of King's College London. He was previously a science fiction author, having published one hundred twenty short stories and seventy novels. Books by Garry Kilworth. Mor. rivia About Soldier's Son.
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Soldier's Son. by Garry Kilworth, Ann Kilworth. The tale supports the Victorian Britain study of Key Stage 2 History.
This is a fast-paced action story of a young boy's experience in the battlefields of the Crimea . Soldier's Son.
Soldier's Son (Victorian Flashbacks). Author: Garry Kilworth. Category: Children's Books.
Victorian Flashbacks. By (author) Garry Kilworth.
Soldier's Son by Garry Douglas Kilworth. Paperback 9780713660791). Soldier's Son - Victorian Flashbacks Author: Garry Douglas Kilworth.