Brian Jacques

James Brian Jacques (15 June 1939 – 5 February 2011) was an English writer, best known for his Redwall series of novels and Castaways of the Flying Dutchman series.

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Redwall by Brian Jacques
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1986. 351 pages. No dust jacket. Signed by the author. Grey boards quarter bound in red cloth with gilt lettering. Author's signature to half title page. Pages are mildly tanned. Text remains clear throughout. Minor edge wear and use marking to boards and spine. Binding remains firm.
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The Legend of Luke (A tale of Redwall) by Brian Jacques
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The Legend of Luke (A tale of Redwall)
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Loamhedge (Tale of Redwall) by Brian Jacques
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What secrets lie in the ruins of Loamhedge? When young haremaid Martha Braebuck arrived at Redwall Abbey, she was unable to walk - and no beast knows why. The answer lies far away - at the ancient, ruined abbey of Loamhedge. And two old Redwall warriors, Bragoon and Sarobando, are determined to help. Ages 10+ years.
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Seven Strange And Ghostly Tales by Brian Jacques
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Seven Strange And Ghostly Tales
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Mariel Of Redwall by Brian Jacques
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Voyage of Slaves by Brian Jacques
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Ben and his Labrador, Ned, castaways of the Flying Dutchman, are cursed by an angel to roam the earth and sail the seas for all eternity, never stopping in one place and never growing a single day older. Now adrift in the Mediterranean Sea, the boy and his dog fall into the clutches of the brutal Slave Lord, Al Misurata. And so begins a daring and dangerous adventure that takes them from the Libyan coast to the Italian border in their quest to escape the curse of Captain Vanderdecken and his ghostly crew ...
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Rakkety Tam (Redwall (Ace Paperback)) by Brian Jacques
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Rakkety Tam (Redwall (Ace Paperback))
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