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William Nicholson shot to prominence with his first novel and the beginning of the Wind of Fire series. It landed at the time of the hyper-modern craze for instant collectables. The market can be very volatile with books falling in value as fast as they rose. The market is driven by three main factors, small modern print runs, collector panic at not getting a copy and dealer hype. This series has held steady, the original and well written ones usually do. As always in this genre very fine or mint copies are a must, if buying lesser copies be careful not to over pay, the price should collapse for anything less than a fine copy. Signed first editions are reasonably plentiful, a well organised publicity campaign and numerous signings have ensured this.
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Title   Date Notes
Shadowlands French 1989 Not dated. Adapted play
Collected Poems Wigtown 1999 Undated. Compilation
The Wind Singer Mammoth 2000  
Slaves of Mastery Mammoth 2001 Printers key 10-1
Firesong Egmont 2002  
The Society of Others Doubleday 2004  
The Retreat from Moscow Anchor 2004 Play, softcover
Seeker Egmont 2005  
The Trial of True Love Doubleday 2005  

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