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Lorrimer, Claire


LORRIMER, Claire. (Patricia Denise Clark). Also writes as Patricia Robins, Susan Patrick. British, b. 1921. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Romance/Historical, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Poetry, Biography. Career: Woman's Illustrated mag., London, sub-editor, 1938-40. Publications: A Voice in the Dark, 1967; The Shadow Falls, 1974; Relentless Storm, 1975; The Secret of Quarry House, 1976; Mavreen, 1976; Tamarisk, 1978; Chantal, 1980; The Garden (cameo), 1980; The Chatelaine, 1981; The Wilderling, 1982; Last Year's Nightingale, 1984; Frost in the Sun, 1986; House of Tomorrow (biography), 1987; Ortolans, 1990; The Spinning Wheel, 1991; Variations (stories), 1991; The Silver Link, 1993; Fool's Curtain, 1994; Connie's Daughter, 1995; Beneath the Sun, 1996; The Reunion, 1997; The Reckoning, 1998; The Woven Thread, 1998; Second Chance, 1998; An Open Door, 1999; Never Say Goodbye, 2000; Search for Love, 2000; For Always, 2001; The Faithful Heart, 2002. AS SUSAN PATRICK: Statues of Snow (novel), 1948. NOVELS AS PATRICIA ROBINS: To the Stars, 1944; See No Evil, 1945; Three Loves, 1949; Awake My Heart, 1950; Beneath the Moon, 1951; Leave My Heart Alone, 1951; The Fair Deal, 1952; Heart's Desire, 1953; So This Is Love, 1953; Heaven in Our Hearts, 1954; One Who Cares, 1954; Love Cannot Die, 1955; The Foolish Heart, 1956; Give All to Love, 1956; Where Duty Lies, 1957; He Is Mine, 1957; Love Must Wait, 1958; Lonely Quest, 1959; Lady Chatterley's Daughter, 1961; The Last Chance, 1961; The Long Wait, 1962; The Runaways, 1962; Seven Loves, 1962; With All My Love, 1963; The Constant Heart, 1964; Second Love, 1964; The Night Is Thine, 1964; There Is But One, 1965; No More Loving, 1965; Topaz Island, 1965; Love Me Tomorrow, 1966; The Uncertain Joy, 1966; The Man behind the Mask, 1967; Forbidden, 1967; Sapphire in the Sand, 1968; Return to Love, 1968; Laugh on Friday, 1969; No Stone Unturned, 1969; Cinnabar House, 1970; Under the Sky, 1970; The Crimson Tapestry, 1972; Play Fair with Love, 1972; None But He, 1973; Forever, 1991; Fullfillment, 1993; Forsaken, 1994. JUVENILES AS PATRICIA ROBINS: The Adventures of the Three Baby Bunnies, 1934; Tree Fairies, 1945; Sea Magic, 1946; The Heart of a Rose, 1947; The 100 Reward, 1966. Address: Chiswell Barn, Marsh Green, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 5PR, England.

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