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This list is made up of sites that I regularly visit. If you have any links you would like included then please contact me

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FrankRichards/ This Group discusses all facets regarding the work of Frank Richards. The Group is set up for those who read and enjoy his work. His real name was Charles Hamilton and he wrote continuously for both children and adults for nearly 70 years. Creator of Greyfriars, St. Jim's and Rookwood amongst many other schools. Most famous to the general public for creating Billy Bunter within the pages of the Magnet (1908 to 1940). He also created the wonderful characters of the Rio Kid and Ken King.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BillyBunter/ A discussion group to talk about the work of Frank Richards, author of The Magnet and creator of Billy Bunter and Harry Wharton of Greyfriars School. Discussions on other works of the author are most welcome.

http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/billybunter_online/ Any works by Frank Richards, Martin Clifford, Owen Conquest etc. may be uploaded here. Announcements of new items for download are made here.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Charles_Hamilton/ For admirers of Charles Hamilton, aka Frank Richards, Martin Clifford and Owen Conquest, creator of Billy Bunter and Greyfriars, Tom Merry and St. Jim's, Jimmy Silver and Rookwood and a host of other famous schools and their inhabitants, as well as Ken King and the Rio Kid. Feel free to discuss your favourite school, character or ask any questions. You are welcome to list books for sale, wanted and for exchange.

http://www.collectingbooksandmagazines.com/bunter.html. The "Bunter" section of the collectingbooksandmagazines web site in Australia.

http://www.friarsclub.net/ The Friars Club homepage. Lots of useful info on Hamilton and his works.

http://www.greyfriarsindex.co.uk/Index.htm A well laid out site crammed with facts and figures. Has a "publication of the month" feature.

http://www.comicsuk.co.uk/ A website dedicated to those great institutions, the British Comic and Story Paper. The eventual aim of the site is to be the definitive guide to all things British comic and story paper related and to complement the many excellent websites that are currently available, dedicating themselves to the humble British comic.

http://www.magnets.friardale.co.uk/ A website full of facts and figures from the Magnet containing an amazing amount of detail.

http://www.philsp.com/homeville/BJSP/0start.htm  Steve Holland's British Juvenile Story Papers and Pocket Libraries Index site. The purpose of the site is to eventually index all British children's papers, comics and annuals, although the index is very much a work in progress.

http://billybunter.comuf.com/sh/After_the_Magnet.htm#start Steve Holland's comprehensive look at the life and work of Charles Hamilton in the twenty-one years between the end of The Magnet in 1940 and his own end in 1961.

http://www.londonobbc.co.uk/Index.htm London Old Boys' Book Club

http://www.mark-hodder.com/Blakiana/ - A site dedicated to Sexton Blake

http://comicbookplus.com/?cid=2623 - A site containing hundreds of on line story papers and comics

http://billybunter.comuf.com/greyfriars_mainpage.htm - Tony Hiam's Greyfriars website

http://www.billybunter.net/  - This site contains a huge collection of CH Chapman artwork, predominately detailing Billy Bunter.