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Writer-illustrator Nick Bantock picks up the story of the mysterious relationship of Griffin and Sabine that he began in his best-selling trilogy. His newest, The Gryphon (Chronicle Books) continues the device of storytelling through illustrated letters and postcards.
- Nick Bantock Author of the "Griffin and Sabine" series, whose 6th and final volume is "The Morning Star" (Chronicle Books)
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