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Macleod, Jean S.


MACLEOD, Jean S. Also writes as Catherine Airlie. British, b. 1908. Genres: Romance/Historical. Career: Secretary, British Ministry of Labour, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1930-35. Publications: Life for Two, 1936; Human Symphony, 1937; Summer Rain, 1938; Sequel to Youth, 1938; Mist Across the Hills, 1938; Dangerous Obsession, 1938; Run Away from Love, 1939; Return to Spring, 1939; The Rainbow Isle, 1939; The Whim of Fate, 1940; Silent Bondage, 1940; The Lonely Farrow, 1940; Heatherbloom, 1940; The Reckless Pilgrim, 1941; The Shadow of a Vow, 1941; One Way Out, 1941; Forbidden Rapture, 1941; Penalty for Living, 1942; Blind Journey, 1942; Bleak Heritage, 1942; Reluctant Folly, 1942; Unseen Tomorrow, 1943; The Rowan Tree, 1943; Flower o' the Broom, 1943; The Circle of Doubt, 1943; Lamont of Ardgoyne, 1944; Two Paths, 1944; Brief Fulfillment, 1945; The Bridge of Years, 1945; This Much to Give, 1945; One Love, 1945; The Tranquil Haven, 1946; Sown in the Wind, 1946; The House of Oliver, 1947; And We in Dreams, 1947; The Chalet in the Sun, 1948; Ravenscrag, 1948; Above the Lattice, 1949; To-morrow's Bargain, 1949; Katherine, 1950; The Valley of Palms, 1950; Roadway to the Past, 1951; Once to Every Heart, 1951; Cameron of Gare, 1952; Music at Midnight, 1952; The Silent Valley, 1953; The Stranger in Their Midst, 1953; Dear Doctor Everett, 1954; The Man in Authority, 1954; After Long Journeying, 1955; Master of Glenkeith, 1955; The Way in the Dark, 1956; My Heart's in the Highlands, 1956; Journey in the Sun, 1957; The Prisoner of Love, 1958; The Gated Road, 1959; Air Ambulance, 1959; The Little Doctor, 1960; Nurse Lang, 1960; The White Cockade, 1960; The Silver Dragon, 1961; Slave of the Wind, 1962; The Dark Fortune, 1962; Mountain Clinic, 1962; Sugar Island, 1964; The Black Cameron, 1964; Crane Castle, 1965; The Wolf of Heimra, 1965; Doctor's Daughter, 1965; The Tender Glory, 1965; The Drummer of Corrae, 1966; Lament for a Lover, 1967; The Master of Keills, 1967; The Bride of Mingalay, 1967; The Moonflower, 1967; Summer Island, 1968; The Joshua Tree, 1970; The Fortress, 1970; The Way Through the Valley, 1971; The Scent of Juniper, 1971; Light in the Tower, 1971; Moment of Decision, 1972; Adam's Wife, 1972; The Rainbow Days, 1973; Over the Castle Wall, 1974; Time Suspended, 1974; The Phantom Pipes, 1975; Journey into Spring, 1976; Island Stranger, 1977; Viking Song, 1977; The Ruaig Inheritance, 1978; Search for Yesterday, 1978; Meeting in Madrid, 1979; Brief Enchantment, 1979; Black Sand, White Sand, 1981; Moreton's Kingdom, 1981; Cruel Deception, 1982; Zamora, 1982; A Distant Paradise, 1983; Beyond the Reef, 1983; Valley of the Snows, 1985; The Olive Grove, 1985; The Apollo Man, 1986; After the Hurricane, 1986; The Valley of the Snows, 1987; Call Back the Past, 1988; Legacy of Doubt, 1989; Shadow on the Hills, 1989; Tidal Wave, 1990; Flame of Avila, 1990; Home to the Hills, 1991; A Handful of Shells, 1993; The Jade Pagoda, 1993; Keeper of the Trees, 1995; Love-some Hill, 1996. NOVELS AS CATHERINE AIRLIE: The Wild Macraes, 1948; From Such a Seed, 1949; The Restless Years, 1950; Fabric of Dreams, 1951; Strange Recompense, 1952; The Green Rushes, 1953; Hidden in the Wind, 1953; A Wind Sighing, 1954; Nobody's Child, 1954; The Valley of Desire, 1955; The Ways of Love, 1955; The Mountain of Stars, 1956; The Unguarded Hour, 1956; Land of Heart's Desire, 1957; Red Lotus, 1958; The Last of the Kintyres, 1959; Shadow on the Sun, 1960; One Summer's Day, 1961; The Country of the Heart, 1961; The Unlived Year, 1962; Passing Strangers, 1963; The Wheels of Chance, 1964; The Sea Change, 1965; Doctor Overboard, 1966; Nurse Jane in Teneriffe, 1967. Address: "Rose Garth" The Stonebow, Thornton-Le-Bears, Northallerton, N. Yorkshire, England.

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