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Chard, Judy (Gordon)

CHARD, Judy (Gordon)

CHARD, Judy (Gordon). Also writes as Lyndon Chase. British, b. 1916. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Romance/Historical, Travel/Exploration. Career: Devon Life, Exeter, editor, 1979-82; Writers News Home Study, Nairn, Scotland, director of studies, 1989-. Publications: NOVELS: Through the Green Woods, 1974; The Weeping and the Laughter, 1975; Encounter in Berlin, 1976; The Uncertain Heart, 1976; The Other Side of Sorrow, 1977; In the Heart of Love, 1978; Out of the Shadows, 1978; All Passion Spent, 1979; Seven Lonely Years, 1980; The Darkening Skies, 1981; When the Journey's Over, 1981; Haunted by the Past, 1982; Sweet Love Remembered, 1982; Where the Dream Begins, 1982; Rendezvous with Love, 1983; Hold Me in Your Heart, 1983; (as Lyndon Chase) Tormentil, 1984; To Live with Fear, 1985; Wings of the Morning, 1985; A Time to Love, 1987; Wild Justice, 1987; For Love's Sake Only, 1988; Person Unknown, 1988; To Be So Loved, 1988; Enchantment, 1989; Encounter in Spain. OTHER: Along the Dart, 1979; About Widecombe, 1979; Devon Mysteries, 1979; The South Hams, 1980; Along the Teign, 1981; Tales of the Unexplained in Devon, 1986; Haunted Happenings, Burgh Island, Traditional Cookery, Devon Companion, 1993; The Mysterious Lady of the Moor-The Story of Beatrice Chase; Murder and Mystery in Devon; A Guide to the South Hams; Devon Tales of Mystery and Murder. Address: Flat 57 Gilberd's House, Old Exeter Rd, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 2NH, England. Online address: [email protected]

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