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Schulze, Dallas


SCHULZE, Dallas. Also writes as Dallas Hamlin. American. Genres: Romance/Historical. Career: Author and doll couturier. Publications: ROMANCE NOVELS: Moment to Moment, 1986; Mackenzie's Lady, 1986; Stormwalker, 1987; Tell Me a Story, 1988; Lost and Found, 1988; Donovan's Promise, 1988; The Morning After, 1989; Together Always, 1989; Of Dreams and Magic, 1989; So Much Love, 1989; A Marriage of Convenience, 1989; Saturday's Child, 1990; The Summer to Come Home, 1990; The Vow, 1989; Angel and the Bad Man, 1990; Rafferty's Choice, 1991; The Baby Bargain, 1991; A Practical Marriage, 1991; Charity's Angel, 1992; Everything but Marriage, 1992; A Christmas Marriage, 1992; Strong Arms of the Lion, 1992; Temptation's Price, 1992; Angel and the Bad Man, 1992; Secondhand Husband, 1993; The Hell-Raiser, 1992; A Christmas Marriage, 1993; Strong Arms of the Law, 1993; A Very Convenient Marriage, 1994; Michael's Father, 1994; Snow Bride, 1994; Another Man's Wife, 1995; The Way Home, 1995; Short Straw Bride, 1996; Gunfighter's Bride, 1996; Together Always, 1996; Addie and the Renegade, 1996; Rafferty's Choice, 1997; Home to Eden, Mira, 1997; Tessa's Child, 1997. ROMANCE NOVELS AS DALLAS HAMLIN: Desperate Yearning, 1984; Another Eden, 1985; Surrender to a Stranger, 1986; Prisoner in His Arms, 1987. Contributor to anthologies. Address: c/o Harlequin Books, 233 Broadway Room 1001, New York, NY 10279-1001, U.S.A.

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