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    Great Stories of Mystery and Imagination ed. Bryan Douglas (Fontana, 1966, 1324, 3/6d, 224pp, pb, an)
        Tales taken from ABC Television’s series.





    The Devil’s Own by Garry Douglas (HarperCollins UK, May 1998, 0-00-649891-4, £5.99, 258pp, pb, no, cover by Gino D’Achille) [Jack Crossman]
        Reprint (HarperCollins UK 1997) historical novel about the Crimean war. Volume one in the series.


    The Devil’s Own: Sergeant Jack Crossman and the Battle of the Alma by Garry Douglas (HarperCollins UK, April 24, 1997, 0-00-225481-6, 258pp, hc, no) [Jack Crossman]
        Historical novel about the Crimean war. Volume one in the series.


    Highlander by Garry Douglas (Grafton, August 1986, 0-586-07136-9, £2.50, 252pp, pb, n.)
        Movie novelization, based on the screenplay by Gregory Widen.


    Soldiers in the Mist by Garry Douglas (HarperCollins UK, August 1999, 0-00-225483-2, £16.99, 257pp, hc, no, cover by Gino D’Achille) [Jack Crossman]
        Historical novel about the Crimean war. Volume three in the series.


    Soldiers in the Mist by Garry Douglas (HarperCollins UK, August 2000, 0-00-649893-0, £5.99, 257pp, pb, no, cover by Gino D’Achille) [Jack Crossman]
        Reprint (HarperCollins UK 1999) historical novel about the Crimean war. Volume three in the series.


    The Street by Garry Douglas (Grafton, March 24, 1988, 0-586-07330-2, £2.95, 236pp, pb, no, cover by Tony Roberts)
        Off-beat horror novel about a street possessed by the spirit of a young girl that takes revenge on the coven that killed her.


    The Valley of Death: Sergeant Jack Crossman and the Battle of Balaclava by Garry Douglas (HarperCollins UK, May 1998, 0-00-225482-4, £16.99, 273pp, hc, no, cover by Gino D’Achille) [Jack Crossman]
        Historical novel about the Crimean war. Volume two in the series.


    The Valley of Death: Sergeant Jack Crossman and the Battle of Balaclava by Garry Douglas (HarperCollins UK, August 1999, 0-00-649892-2, £5.99, 273pp, pb, no, cover by Gino D’Achille) [Jack Crossman]
        Reprint (HarperCollins UK 1998) historical novel about the Crimean war. Volume two in the series.






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