William Horwood

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William Horwood (born 1944) is a novelist from Oxford.[1] Various of his works are about animals. His first published novel (in 1980), Duncton Wood, and its five sequels (forming two trilogies: The Duncton Chronicles and The Book of Silence) are about communities of Moles.

Two of his novels, The Stonor Eagles (1982) and Callanish (1984), are about Eagles.

William Horwood has published a number of sequels to The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. These are

  • The Willows in Winter (1994)
  • Toad Triumphant (1996)
  • The Willows and Beyond (1996)
  • The Willows at Christmas (1999)

The Wolves of Time is a two-book series: Journeys to the Heartland (first published in 1995) and Seekers at the WulfRock (1997).


  1. Speakers Agency - William Horwood. Retrieved October 25, 2009.