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Gerald Killingworth - Author

Gerald Killingworth was born quite a long time ago before even calculators and the Internet were invented and country children like himself had only an apple core and a piece of string to amuse themselves with.

Gerald has just started work on a doctorate on the Elizabethan writer Robert Greene whom few people have heard of but who is rather good. He had a long red beard which he fashioned into a point and he called Shakespeare rude names.

He also enjoys playing tennis which is perhaps why he lives in Wimbledon.

Mister Misery
is Gerald’s second book for children to be published. The first was a fantasy called Lord of the Silver Hand. He has other books for adults and children just waiting to find a home in a bookshop near you.

You can read a fascinating Q&A with Gerald by clicking here.

Featured Books, with extracts, by Gerald Killingworth

Mister Misery
Gerald Killingworth - illustrated by Laura Bradley
This, despite ‘misery' in its title is a thoroughly entertaining, witty read and one which school children aged 10+ will really hook in to. Mister Misery is a well drawn character, who you will both like and despise in turn,...
Lovereading Price: £6.80 - Saving £1.70 (20%) Featured in: 9+ readers | 11+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 25/06/2011
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