Aiken, Joan

Joan Aiken MBE (1924-2004) wrote many books for children as well as some for an adult readership. Her best-known work is The Wolves of Willoughby Chase, the first of a series set in a parallel Britain.
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A Touch of Chill, 1st edn 1979 (Joan Aiken)Joan Aiken's follow-up in the chiller genre to A Bundle of Nerves.

The stunning jacket illustration is by Stuart Sam Hughes.

Note: This jacket is price-clipped.

ReproJacket #154-A-1, size 202x454mm.
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Black Hearts in Battersea, 1st edn 1965 (Joan Aiken)The second book of Joan Aiken's best-known series.

Jacket design by Pat Marriott.

ReproJacket #331-A-1, size 202.6x478mm.
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Cold Shoulder Road, 1st edn 1995 (Joan Aiken)The ninth book of Joan Aiken's best-known series.

Jacket illustration by Mark Robertson.

ReproJacket #341-A-1, size 223.7x486mm.
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Dido and Pa, 1st edn 1986 (Joan Aiken)The seventh book of Joan Aiken's best-known series.

Jacket design by Pat Marriott.

ReproJacket #339-A-1, size 204.7x481mm.
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Is, 1st edn 1992 (Joan Aiken)The eighth book of Joan Aiken's best-known series, and probably the last of her books to be illustrated by Pat Marriott.

Jacket design by Pat Marriott.

ReproJacket #340-A-1, size 203.9x476mm.
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Limbo Lodge, 1st edn 1999 (Joan Aiken)The tenth book of Joan Aiken's best-known series.

Jacket illustration by Mark Robertson.

ReproJacket #364-A-1, size 222.2x491mm.