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Sandra Wilson (disambiguation)

"Sandra Wilson" is composed of at least 6 distinct authors, divided by their works.

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Sandra Wilson (1)

Works have been aliased into Sandra Heath.

Sandra Wilson (2)

  • Taj 5 copies, 1 review

Sandra Wilson (3)

Sandra Wilson (6)

Works have been aliased into Sandra D. Wilson.

Sandra Wilson (7)

Sandra Wilson (4)

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#1 Sandra Wilson 1944- is the author of Wife to the Kingmaker and other historical novels. Most of her books are published under the name Sandra Heath; however, the two author pages should not be combined due to the existence of other authors called Sandra Wilson; she also writes as Sarah Stanley and Jeannie Machin (LC 50015569)

#2 Sandra Wilson, author of Taj, lived and taught for four years in India.

#3 Sandra Wilson 1957- is the author of The Manchurian Crisis and Japanese Society (LC 9001655)

#4 Wilson, Sandra, author of The Glasgow pub & restaurant guide (LC undifferentiated 88094029)

#5 Wilson, Sandra, 1963- author of Cook milk in any flavour you like (LC 91492141)

#6 Wilson, Sandra D., 1938- author of Freedom in Christ; also writes as Sandy WIlson (LC 88252820)

#7 Wilson, Sandra, author of Proidence Cemetery.

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