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Hawk"s authors" pseudonyms II
|Other titles||Hawks" authors" pseudonyms two., Authors" pseudonyms II.|
|Statement||written & compiled by Pat Hawk ; edited by Raymond Hawk.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 410 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||410|
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HAWK'S AUTHOR'S PSEUDONYMS II, by Pat Hawk, Hawk,1st book edition of the 2nd revised and expanded edition, rare US hardcover, no jacket as issued, pp and pp huge 1k+ pages, 3" thick, massive reference indispensible for collectors lists ALL pseudonyms, pen names, house names, etc of authors, SIGNED BY AUTHOR in year of publication to previous owner, nice copy, bright and.
Entries provide the pseudonym, nationality, year of birth/death, size of work and span of publication, genre, sources, publisher, title, and year of publication. The pseudonyms section is limited to two major pieces of information for each entry the pseudonym itself, and the author(s) who used it.
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Over the weekend, word leaked out that Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is the real author of The Cuckoo’s Calling, a crime thriller published under the very British pseudonym Robert g said writing in the guise of a retired military policeman (and a male) was a “liberating” experience and that she relished being published “without hype or expectation.”Author: Joel Cunningham.
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James Patterson and All Pseudonyms. Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, reviews, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards. Titles of English Books. (And of Foreign Books Printed in England). An Alphabetical Finding-List by Title of Books Published under the Author's Name, Pseudonym or Initials.
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