Wilson, T.R. 1963(?)–

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Wilson, T.R. 1963(?)–

PERSONAL: Born c. 1963, in Peterborough, England; married; wife's name Mary-Anne; children: Adam. Education: Postgraduate study at the University of East Anglia.

ADDRESSES: Home—Brookfurlong, Ravensthorpe, England. Agent—c/o Author Mail, Hodder Headline, 338 Euston Rd., London NW1 3BH, England.

CAREER: Writer. Peterborough College of Adult Education, Peterborough, England, tutor.


Master of Morholm: A Novel of the Fenland, Grafton (London, England), 1986.

The Ravished Earth, Grafton (London, England), 1988.

Treading on Shadows, Grafton (London, England), 1989.

The Straw Tower, Grafton (London, England), 1990.

Beauty for Ashes, Harper Collins (London, England), 1992.

Roses in December, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1992.

Heartsease, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1993.

Hester Verney, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1993.

Purgatory, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1993.

A Green Hill Far Away, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1994.

Close to You, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1994.

John Twopenny, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1995.

Freezing Point, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1995.

The Strawberry Sky, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1996.

I Spy, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1996.

Cruel to Be Kind, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1997.

The Poppy Path, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1997.

A Singing Grave, Hodder Headline (London, England), 1998.

(Under pseudonym Jude Morgan) The King's Touch, Hodder Headline (London, England), 2003.

(Under pseudonym Jude Morgan) Passion: A Novel of the Romantic Poets, St. Martin's Press (New York, NY), 2005.

(Under pseudonym Jude Morgan) Indiscretion, Hodder Headline (London, England), 2006.

(Under pseudonym Jude Morgan) Symphony, Hodder Headline (London, England), 2006.

WORK IN PROGRESS: A novel, under the pseudonym Jude Morgan, titled A Ruling Passion, for Hodder Headline (London, England).

SIDELIGHTS: T.R. Wilson is a novelist, both under his own name and under the pseudonym Jude Morgan. In an interview for Peterborough Today, Wilson confessed that he published his favorite book, Passion: A Novel of the Romantic Poets, under the Jude Morgan pseudonym, and described the novel as a "labour of love."

Passion tells the story of the early nineteenth-century poetic giants, Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and John Keats, through the eyes of the women in their lives. Jennifer Reese, writing for Entertainment Weekly, claimed that the "lustrous historical romance [is] packed with gargantuan characters, legendary scandals, tragedy, and … passion." Writing in the Christian Science Monitor, Yvonne Zipp noted that "some readers may find the early pages slow … but the wealth of detail and Morgan's amazing ability to re-create what these women might have thought and felt are worth savoring." A reviewer in Publishers Weekly summarized Passion by saying that Morgan "brings a fascinating past to brilliant light" with his "carefully researched, deeply imagined, and gorgeously written novel."



Booklist, October 1, 2005, Margaret Flanagan, review of Passion: A Novel of the Romantic Poets, p. 36.

Christian Science Monitor, November 22, 2005, Yvonne Zipp, review of Passion.

Entertainment Weekly, November 11, 2005, Jennifer Reese, review of Passion, p. 77.

Guardian (London, England) November 13, 2004, Joanna Briscoe, review of Passion.

Kirkus Reviews, August 1, 2005, review of Passion, p. 809.

Library Journal, September 1, 2005, Cynthia Johnson, review of Passion, p. 132.

Peterborough Today (Peterborough, England), February, 2006, "Tim's Life Is an Open Book."

Publishers Weekly, September 5, 2005, review of Passion, p. 34.

Washington Post Book World, November 13, 2005, Nicholas Delbanco, review of Passion, p. 7.


Romantic Times Web site, http://www.romantictimes.com/ (February 24, 2006), Kathe Robin, review of Passion.

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