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Gemmell, David A(ndrew)

GEMMELL, David A(ndrew)

GEMMELL, David A(ndrew). Also writes as Ross Harding. British, b. 1948. Genres: Science fiction/Fantasy, Novels. Career: Worked for Pepsi Cola, London, 1965; Westminster Press, London, reporter and editor, 1966-72; Hastings Observer, editor, 1976; Folkestone Herald, editor, 1984; full-time writer, 1986-. Publications: FANTASY NOVELS. DRENAI SERIES: Legend, 1984, in the U.S. as Against the Horde, 1988; The King beyond the Gate, 1985; Waylander, 1986; Quest for Lost Heroes, 1990; Drenai Tales (omnibus), 1991; Waylander II: In the Realm of the Wolf, 1992. SIPSTRASSI SERIES: Wolf in Shadow, 1987, in the U.S. as The Jerusalem Man, 1988; Ghost King, 1988; Last Sword of Power, 1988; The Last Guardian, 1989; Stones of Power (omnibus), 1992; Bloodstone, 1994; The Complete Chronicles of the Jerusalem Man (omnibus), 1995. MACEDON SERIES: Lion of Macedon, 1990; The Dark Prince, 1991. THE HAWK QUEEN SERIES: Ironhand's Daughter, 1995; The Hawk Eternal, 1996. SHORT STORIES: The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend, 1993; The Second Chronicles of Druss the Legend: Druss the Axeman, 1995. OTHER: Knights of Dark Renown (novel), 1989; The Lost Crown (for children), 1989; Morningstar (novel), 1992; (As Ross Harding) White Knight, Black Swan (novel), 1993. Address: 180 Mill Lane, Hastings TN35 5EU, England.

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