Jigsaw Men

TitleJigsaw Men
Year for Search2004
AuthorsGreenwood, Gary
Date Published2004
PublisherPS Publishing
Place PublishedHarrogate, Eng.
KeywordsMale author, Welsh author
Annotation

Alternative history dystopia in which Dr. Frankenstein succeeded in creating “monsters”, known as “Jigsaw Men” or “Jiggers”, out of spare parts, the Martians had invaded Earth but failed to conquer it and had left some advanced technology behind, and the British Empire continues. France is divided by the British and the Prussians into North and South with a wall between the two. The U. S. still has slavery.

Info Notes

“Introduction: In Brightest Day, in Blackest Night” by Mark Chadbourn (v-viii).

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

Welsh author.

Full Text

2004 Greenwood, Gary. Jigsaw Men. Harrogate, Eng.: PS Publishing, with an “Introduction: In Brightest Day, in Blackest Night” by Mark Chadbourn (v-viii). PSt

Alternative history dystopia in which Dr. Frankenstein succeeded in creating “monsters”, known as “Jigsaw Men” or “Jiggers”, out of spare parts, the Martians had invaded Earth but failed to conquer it and had left some advanced technology behind, and the British Empire continues. France is divided by the British and the Prussians into North and South with a wall between the two. The U. S. still has slavery. Welsh author.