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by Gillian Bradshaw
The Wrong Reflection book. A highly acclaimed historical novelist, Gillian Bradshaw has won the Hopwood Award for Fiction, among other prizes.
The Wrong Reflection book. She lives in Cambridge with her husband and their four Born in Arlington, Virgina, Gillian Bradshaw grew up in Washington, Santiago, Chile and Michigan. She is a Classics graduate from Newnham College, Cambridge, and published her first novel, Hawk of May, just before her final term.
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Gillian Marucha Bradshaw (born May 14, 1956) is an American writer of historical fiction, historical fantasy, children's literature, science fiction, and contemporary science-based novels, who currently lives in Britain
Gillian Marucha Bradshaw (born May 14, 1956) is an American writer of historical fiction, historical fantasy, children's literature, science fiction, and contemporary science-based novels, who currently lives in Britain. Her serious historical novels are often set in classical antiquity - Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, the Byzantine Empire, Saka and the Greco-Bactrian Kingdom, Imperial Rome, Sub-Roman Britain and Roman Britain. She has also written two novels set in the English Civil War.
When Paul Anderson awakens in hospital with amnesia after a horrific car crash, there is just one thing he's sure o. .he is not Paul Anderson.
The wrong reflection. The moral right of the author has been asserted. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. Bradshaw, Gillian, 1956–. 1. Publishers and publishing – Political aspects – England –.
An English Civil War novel from a highly-acclaimed author - London, 1647. On the path toward greatness, even a hero makes mistakes. London, however, is in chaos and her once well-to-do uncle is now almost bankrupt. Unwilling to go home, Lucy finds a job in publishing – and excitement, love and independence soon follow. Armed with his magical sword and otherworldly horse, Gwalchmai proves himself the most feared and faithful warrior of Arthur's noble followers.
Versatile Bradshaw (The Sand-Reckoner, p. 204, et. turns from historical fiction to ring the changes on. turns from historical fiction to ring the changes on star-crossed lovers who, in this case, are fresh, consistently interesting, and head a cast much more empathic than usual for the thriller genre. Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 2000. 2000) A novel by Gillian Bradshaw. When Paul Anderson awakens in hospital with amnesia after a horrific car crash, there's just one thing he's sure of - he is not Paul Anderson. Used availability for Gillian Bradshaw's The Wrong Reflection. August 2003 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
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Gillian Bradshaw's father, an American Associated Press newsman, met her mother, a confidential secretary for the British embassy, in Rio de Janeiro. She was born in Washington DC in 1956, the second of four children. They didn't move around quite as much as one might expect after such a beginning: Washington was followed merely by Santiago, Chile, and two locations in Michigan. I have always been an enjoyed fire alchemist and really like the overveiw of this book. It gives a lot of infromation on some of the fire alchemy I already know but there is a couple things that I didn't know that were in this book.
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