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Terence Blacker

Terence Blacker is a British author and journalist. He has written a number of books for children including the long running Ms Wiz series.

Bibliography

    Adult Books
    • Fixx (1989)
    • The Fame Hotel (1992)
    • Revenance (1996)
    • Kill Your Darlings (2000)
    • You Cannot Live as I Have Lived and Not End Up Like This (2007)
    • The Twyning (2013)
    Children's books
    • Neil's Book of the Dead (1984)
    • Henry and the Frights (1989)
    • The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1990)
    • Herbie Hamster, Where Are You? (1990)
    • Houdini, the Disappearing Hamster (1990)
    • Homebird (1991)
    • If I Could Work (1991)
    • Nasty Neighbours / Nice Neighbours (1992)
    • The Transfer (1998)
    • You Have Ghost Mail (2002)
    • Boy2girl (2004)
    • Tinseltown (2005)
    • Parentswap (2006)
    Ms Wiz series
    • In Stitches with Ms Wiz (1989)
    • You're Nicked, Ms Wiz (1989)
    • In Control, Ms Wiz? (1990)
    • Ms Wiz Goes Live (1990)
    • Ms Wiz Banned! (1990)
    • Time Flies for Ms Wiz (1992)
    • Power-crazy Ms Wiz (1992)
    • Ms Wiz Loves Dracula (1993)
    • You're Kidding Me, Ms Wiz (1996)
    • Ms Wiz Supermodel (1997)
    • Ms Wiz Smells a Rat (1998)
    • Ms Wiz and the Sister of Doom (1999)
    • Ms Wiz Goes to Hollywood (2000)
    • Ms Wiz: Millionaire (2001)
    • The Secret Life of Ms Wiz (2002)
    • The Crazy World of Ms Wiz (2004)
    • Ms Wiz Superstar (2004)
    • Ms Wiz Mayhem (2006)
    • Totally Spaced, Ms Wiz (2008)
    • Fangtastic, Ms Wiz Mayhem (2008)
    • Out of Control, Ms Wiz (2009)
There are worlds out there where the sky is burning, and the sea's asleep, and the rivers dream. People made of smoke, and cities made of song. Somewhere there's danger, somewhere there?s injustice, and somewhere else the tea's getting cold.
- Seventh Doctor Who

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