Angus Wells

Angus Wells

Angus Wells (1943–2006) was a British writer of genre fiction, including fantasy and westerns.

Angus Wells wrote under several pseudonyms, including Andrew Quiller (with Kenneth Bulmer and Laurence James), James A. Muir, Charles R. Pike (with Kenneth Bulmer and Terry Harknett), William S. Brady (with John Harvey), J. D. Sandon (with John Harvey), Charles C. Garrett (with Laurence James), Richard Kirk (with Robert Holdstock), J. B. Dancer (with John Harvey), and Ian Evans.

Links

Angus Wells. Wikipedia.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee April 11, 2012
Book Covers
Wrath of Ashar (The Books of the Kingdoms #1)
The Usurper (The Books of the Kingdoms #2)
The Way Beneath (The Books of the Kingdoms #3)
Forbidden Magic (The Godwars #1)
Dark Magic (The Godwars #2)
Wild Magic (The Godwars #3)
Lords of the Sky
Exile's Children (The Exiles Saga #1)
Exile's Challenge (The Exiles Saga #2)
The Guardian
Yesterday's King

Speculative Fiction Novels (11)


2001 | fantasy > high fantasy

1998 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Exiles Saga #2)
1996 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Exiles Saga #1)
1995 | fantasy > high fantasy

1994 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Godwars #3)
1993 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Godwars #2)
1992 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Godwars #1)
1991 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Books of the Kingdoms #3)
1990 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Books of the Kingdoms #2)
1989 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Books of the Kingdoms #1)
1988 | fantasy > high fantasy