Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997)
Bethancourt, T Ernesto

Working name of US writer Tomàs Ernesto Bethancourt Passailaigue (1932-    ), mostly known for borderline tales like The Dog Days of Arthur Cane (1976) and Nightmare Town (1979), and for the Instruments YA sf series: The Mortal Instruments (1977) and Instruments of Darkness (1979). A fantasy sequence – Tune in Yesterday (1978) and The Tomorrow Connection (1984) – is concerned with messages through Time. [JC]

Tomàs Ernesto Bethancourt Passailaigue


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