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  • [[File:Jonathan Pinnock.jpg|thumb|Jonathan Pinnock. Apparently.]] '''Jonathan Pinnock''' is a writer of indifferent ability and a singularly unfocused bi
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  • [[File:Jonathan Pinnock.jpg|thumb|Jonathan Pinnock. Apparently.]] '''Jonathan Pinnock''' is a writer of indifferent ability and a singularly unfocused bi
    2 KB (289 words) - 09:39, 18 February 2021
  • '''Dot Dash''' is a collection of short stories by [[Jonathan Pinnock]]. It is his first collection and was published by [https://www.sal ...he skies and even the rabbits can’t be trusted. The fifty-eight stories in Jonathan Pinnock’s Scott Prize-winning collection Dot Dash show a vivid yet discip
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  • ...The Fractal Monks]] and [[George Burgess]]. Archiepyedia was launched by [[Jonathan Pinnock]] in 2020 and has become the world's 17,225th most popular general The name ''Archiepyedia'' was coined by Jonathan Pinnock{{citation needed}}, and is a combination of ''Archie'', ''Pye'' (a
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  • ...t to be included. His optimism, however, is completely misplaced, as the [[Jonathan Pinnock|writer]] currently has no plans whatsoever to incorporate any otter
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  • '''Ten Years Earlier...''' is a short story by [[Jonathan Pinnock]]. It is a prequel to the [[Mathematical Mystery Series|Mathematica
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  • '''Bad Day in Minsk''' is a book by [[Jonathan Pinnock]]. It is the fourth in the [[Mathematical Mystery Series|Mathematic
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  • '''The Riddle of the Fractal Monks''' is a book by [[Jonathan Pinnock]]. It is the third in the [[Mathematical Mystery Series|Mathematica
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  • '''Dip Flash''' is a collection of short stories by [[Jonathan Pinnock]]. It is his second collection and was published by [http://www.cul
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  • *[[Jonathan Pinnock]]
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  • ...thematical Mystery Series''' is a sequence of humorous novels written by [[Jonathan Pinnock]] and published by [https://farragobooks.com Farrago Books]. There
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  • ...ematical Mystery Series|a bunch of indifferent novels]] by failed author [[Jonathan Pinnock]].
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  • '''A Question of Trust''' is a book by [[Jonathan Pinnock]]. It is the second in the [[Mathematical Mystery Series|Mathematic
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  • '''The Truth About Archie and Pye''' is a book by [[Jonathan Pinnock]]. It is the first in the [[Mathematical Mystery Series|Mathematica
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