Jon de Burgh Miller
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Jon de Burgh Miller is an author most associated with his work on a variety of spin-offs from the BBC Television series Doctor Who. He is also co-owner of and regular reviewer on the Shiny Shelf website.
Miller's first published fiction was the Virgin Publishing Bernice Summerfield novel Twilight of the Gods, which was the final book of the series. He was brought on to the project by co-writer Mark Clapham, a friend from when both attended University College London. Following this, his Past Doctor Adventure Dying in the Sun was published by BBC Books in 2001.
- Outpost Gallifrey's Jon de Burgh Miller's page
- Shiny Shelf webpage
- Jon de Burgh Miller at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
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