1 --Stephen Jones, b. 1953, is the prolific editor of horror, fantasy, etc.
2 --The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution
is by the geneticist Steve Jones, b. 1944
3 --Others Unknown
is by Stephen Jones, of Enid, Oklahoma, the chief defense counsel for Timothy McVeigh.
is by Stephen P. Jones, professor of English in the University of Connecticut's Maritime Studies program.
5 --A New Biographical Dictionary
is by the English literary editor, b. 1763.
6 --The Eighteenth Century
is by Stephen R. Jones (1954-1996), museum curator and director.
8 --Midnight Rugby
is by the Welsh journalist and rugby correspondent
9 --The books on Chinese music are by Stephen Jones, b. Sept. 23, 1953
10 --Bad Book
and Harry and Ida Swap Teeth
are by the musician Stephen Jones, of the band Babybird
11 --A Thinking Man's Game: My Story
is by the rugby player, b. 1977, who is not the same person as the rugby union correspondent.
is by the British barrister and Lecturer in Law at the University of Bristol.
13 --Hats: An Anthology
is by the British milliner, b. 1957.
14 --Brunel in South Wales
is by Stephen K. Jones.
15 --Seven Secrets Of How To Study
is by Dr. Stephen Jones, of SAJ Publishing.
16 --A Welsh Phonetic Reader
is by another Welsh Stephen Jones, first supervisor of the Experimental Phonetics Laboratory, University College, London.
17 --The accipiters : goshawk, cooper's hawk, sharp-shinned hawk
is by Stephen G. Jones of the Department of Zoology, Brigham Young University.
18 --The Prophetic History of the United States
is by Dr. Stephen E. Jones, minister.
21 --Living in the World is by Jones, Stephen 1975
22 -- Videotapes from Australia
is by the Australian video artist and curator.
Night of all Nights
is by Stephen M. Jones, composer and professor at the School of Music, Brigham Young University. (Not the Stephen M. Jones who writes fiction for younger readers.)