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Riggs, Paula Detmer

RIGGS, Paula Detmer

RIGGS, Paula Detmer. American, b. 1944. Genres: Romance/Historical. Career: Member of the writing faculty of San Diego State University, Long Beach State University, and Irvine State University, all in CA; freelance writer, c. 1986-. Publications: ROMANCE NOVELS: INTIMATE MOMENTS SERIES: Beautiful Dreamer, 1986; Fantasy Man, 1987; Suspicious Minds, 1987; Desperate Measures, 1988; Full Circle, 1989; Tender Offer, 1989; Forgotten Dream, 1990; A Lasting Promise, 1990; Silent Impact, 1991; Paroled!, 1992; Firebrand, 1993; Once Upon a Wedding, 1993; No Easy Way Out, 1994; The Bachelor Party, 1995; A High Price to Pay, 1995; Her Secret, His Child, 1996; Mommy by Surprise, 1997. DESIRE SERIES: Rough Passage, 1991; A Man of Honor, 1992; Murdock's Family, 1994; Daddy by Accident, 1997. Contributor of novellas to books. Address: c/o Silhouette Books, 233 Broadway Room 1001, New York, NY 10279-1001, U.S.A. On- line address: [email protected]

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