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Donald James (1931–2008)

Author of Monstrum

Includes the names: Thomas Dresden, Donald James Wheal, psevd. Donald James

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Donald James Wheal wrote his biographies "World's End" and "White City" under his own full name, used the shortened form of Donald James for his thrillers including the Inspector Constantin Vadim series, used the pseudonym of Thomas Dresden for "Missing", "Queen's Ransom" and "Talking to a Stranger" and also wrote books with co-author Tony Barwick using the combined pseudonym of James Barwick.

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Donald James Wheal wrote his biographies "World's End" and "White City" under his own full name, used the shortened form of Donald James for his thrillers including the Inspector Constantin Vadim series, used the pseudonym of Thomas Dresden for "Missing", "Queen's Ransom" and "Talking to a Stranger" and also wrote books with co-author Tony Barwick using the combined pseudonym of James Barwick.

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