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    The Dark Island by Henry Treece (Savoy, April 1980, 0-86130-021-1, £1.25, 236pp, tp, n., cover by Michael Heslop)
        Reprint (Gollancz 1952) historical novel about Britain, set during the Roman invasion. Volume two in “The Celtic Tetralogy”.

    A Fighting Man (unpublished) by Henry Treece (Savoy, n.d., 0-86130-050-5, £1.50, 240pp, tp, no)
        Reprint (The Bodley Head 1960) novel depicting the Regency England of the West Midlands with startling force.

    The Golden Strangers by Henry Treece (Savoy, January 1980, 0-86130-018-1, £1.25, 210pp, tp, n., cover by Michael Heslop)
        Reprint (The Bodley Head 1956) historical novel set in the Stone Age. This edition adds a 1969 essay by Treece. Volume one in “The Celtic Tetralogy”.
    • 1 · Introduction · Michael Moorcock · in
    • 201 · Notes on Perception and Vision · Henry Treece · ar The Bodley Head Monographs: Henry Treece, C.S. Lewis & Beatrice Potter ed. Margery Fisher, Roger Lancelyn Green & Marcus Crouch, The Bodley Head, 1969

    The Great Captains by Henry Treece (Savoy, January 1980, 0-86130-019-X, £1.25, 236pp, tp, n., cover by Michael Heslop) [King Arthur]
        Reprint (The Bodley Head 1956) historical novel about King Arthur. Volume four in “The Celtic Tetralogy”.

    The Rebels (unpublished) by Henry Treece (Savoy, n.d., 0-86130-049-1, £1.50, 240pp, tp, no)
        Reprint (Gollancz 1953) novel set in the Black Country during the late 19th Century.

    Red Queen, White Queen by Henry Treece (Savoy, September 16, 1980, 0-86130-020-3, £1.25, 216pp, tp, n., cover by Michael Heslop)
        Reprint (The Bodley Head 1958) historical novel about Queen Boadicea. Volume three in “The Celtic Tetralogy”.

    The Wondersmith and Other Macabre Tales ed. Peter Tremayne (Wolfhound Press, 1988, 0-86327-152-9, £4.95, 220pp, tp, an, cover by Jan De Foun)
        Reprint (Wolfhound Press 1979 as Irish Masters of Fantasy) anthology.

    City Pier: Above and Below by Paul G. Tremblay (Wildside Press/Prime Books, May 2007, 978-0-8095-7183-3, $9.95, 94pp, tp, oc) [City Pier]
        SF novella composed of four SF/noir/surreal stories set in City Pier, a city built on top of a huge maze of sequoia trees.

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