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Maxwell, Patricia Anne

MAXWELL, Patricia Anne

MAXWELL, Patricia Anne. Also writes as Jennifer Blake, Maxine Patrick, Patricia Ponder, Elizabeth Trehearne. American, b. 1942. Genres: Mystery/ Crime/Suspense, Romance/Historical. Publications: Secret of Mirror House, 1970; Stranger at Plantation Inn, 1971; The Bewitching Grace, 1974; Dark Masquerade, 1974; The Court of the Thorn Tree, 1974; Bride of a Stranger, 1974; The Notorious Angel, 1977; Sweet Piracy, 1978; Night of the Candles, 1978; Garden of Scandal, 1997; Kane, 1998; Luke, 1999; Roan, 2000, Clay, 2001. AS JENNIFER BLAKE: Love's Wild Desire, 1977; Tender Betrayal, 1979; The Storm and the Splendor, 1979; Golden Fancy, 1980; Embrace and Conquer, 1981; Royal Seduction, 1983; Surrender in Moonlight, 1984; Midnight Waltz, 1985; Fierce Eden, 1985; Royal Passion, 1986; Prisoner of Desire, 1986; Southern Rapture, 1987; Louisiana Dawn, 1987; Perfume of Paradise, 1988; Love and Smoke, 1989; Spanish Serenade, 1990; Joy and Anger, 1991; Wildest Dreams, 1992; Arrow to the Heart, 1993; Shameless, 1994; Silver-Tongued Devil, 1996; Tigress, 1996. AS MAXINE PATRICK: The Abducted Heart, 1978; Bayou Bride, 1979; Snowbound Heart, 1979; Love at Sea, 1980; Captive Kisses, 1980; April of Enchantment, 1981. AS PATRICIA PONDER: Haven of Fear, 1977; Murder for Charity, 1977. AS ELIZABETH TREHEARNE (with C. Albritton): Storm at Midnight, 1973.

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