MR. NORMAN WRIGHT

18 Lighthouse Road, Swanage, Dorset. BH19 2JJ

Telephone (01929) 426241

E-Mail mossyface@hotmail.com

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Norman Wright, (publisher) on the left and Andrew Skilleter (cover artist) on the right

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In the mid 1990’s, Norman Wright started republishing many of the old, long out of print W. E. Johns stories.  He always publishes his books in limited runs of just three hundred.  The books have proved to be great investments as they shoot up in value.  Each of the books has fantastic artwork done by Andrew Skilleter.

The original paperback editions of “Biggles Does Some Homework” and “Biggles – Air Ace” were the last ever Biggles “first editions” published.

 

Mossyface

(1994)

 

Biggles Does Some Homework (Paperback)

(1998)

 

Blue Blood Runs Red

(1998)

 

Biggles – Air Ace (Paperback)

(May 1999)

 

Steeley and the Missing Page

(2000)

 

Winged Justice (and other Uncollected Stories)

(2001)

 

Desert Adventures (‘Desert Night’ & ‘ The Raid’)

(2001)

The Spyflyers

(2002)

The Unknown Quantity

(2003)

By Jove, Biggles!    The Life Story of

Captain W. E. Johns   (2003)

The Man Who Lost His Way

(2004)

No Motive For Murder

(2004)

Dr Vane Answers the Call

(2005)

Short Sorties & Sky Fever

(2006)

 

Biggles Does Some Homework (Hardback)

(2007)

 

Biggles and the Deep Blue Sea

(2007)

 

Biggles – Air Ace (Hardback)

(2008)

 

Biggles Looks Back

(2008)

 

Biggles in France

(2009)

 

Biggles Scores a Bull

(2009)

 

Biggles Learns to Fly

(2010)

 

Biggles in the Terai

(2010)

 

The Camels are Coming

(2010)

 

Biggles and the Gun Runners

(2011)

 

Biggles of the Camel Squadron

(2011)

 

Biggles in the Underworld

(2011)

 

Biggles Sees Too Much

(2012)

 

Biggles – The Rescue Flight

(2012)

 

Biggles and the Noble Lord

(2013)

 

Biggles Flies East

(2013)

 

 

 

Norman Wright has announced that after producing these 30 books, he has now retired from publishing

 

 

(I commissioned Andrew Skilleter to draw W. E. Johns for me.  If you click on the drawing, it will take you to Andrew Skilleter's own web site)

 

 

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