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This article is from the Tom Holt FAQ, by Nick Boalch n.g.boalch@durham.ac.uk with numerous contributions by others.

23 - Are there any Tom Holt websites?

"The Tom Holt Webpage" (Calle Aasman)
<URL:http://hem.passagen.se/gumby/holt/>

Calle's webpage is the definitive source for all things Holt-related.
Includes a biography, complete bibliography (probably the best anywhere),
plus many extras such as a random Holt quotation generator and some of
Tom's short stories to download. Well worth a visit.

"Tom Holt" (Orbit Books)
<URL:http://www.orbitbooks.co.uk/orbit/orbit_author_th_index.asp>

The generic page about Tom created by his publishers. Contains a brief
bibliography but is generally not particularly interesting.

"Tom Holt Bibliography" (Uwe Milde)
<URL:http://www.rumil.de/holt/>

Complete Tom Holt bibliography. There's not a great deal more I can say.
It does exactly what it says on the tin...

"Tom Holt page" (Paul Bines)
<URL:http://www.users.waitrose.com/~paulbines/TomHolt.htm>

A general Tom Holt page, containing an illustrated bibliography, an
interview with Tom and links to other resources.

"Alt.Books.Tom-Holt page" (Dragonprince)
<URL:http://my.genie.co.uk/dragonprince/>

Rather than a site about Tom, these pages are dedicated to the abth
newsgroup, and especially to any alt.books.tom-holt meets going on around
the world. Read the reports! See the photos!

TomHolt.com (Dragonprince and others)
<URL:http://www.tomholt.com/>

General information about Tom Holt and useful notes on the "Village of
Abthite" -- essential reading to make sense of this newsgroup!

 

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