Series: Wolves Chronicles

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The Whispering Mountain by Joan Aikenprequel
The Wolves of Willoughby Chase by Joan Aiken1
Black Hearts in Battersea by Joan Aiken2
Nightbirds on Nantucket by Joan Aiken3
The Stolen Lake by Joan Aiken4
Dangerous Games by Joan Aiken5
The Cuckoo Tree by Joan Aiken6
Dido and Pa by Joan Aiken7
Is by Joan Aiken8
Cold Shoulder Road by Joan Aiken9
Midwinter Nightingale by Joan Aiken10
The Witch of Clatteringshaws by Joan Aiken11
Joan Aiken Omnibus (Children's Omnibuses) by Joan AikenOmnibus 1 - 3
Is and Cold Shoulder Road by Joan AikenOmnibus 8 & 9

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Series description

A linked series of fantasy books set in her own version of the 19th century, a time when ravening wolves roamed the land.


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