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Scott, Amanda

SCOTT, Amanda

SCOTT, Amanda. Also writes as Lynne Scott-Drennan. American, b. 1944. Genres: Romance/Historical. Career: Writer. Salinas, CA school system, teacher, 1968-71. Publications: The Fugitive Heiress, 1981; The Kidnapped Bride, 1983; The Indomitable Miss Harris, 1983; Ravenwood's Lady, 1984; An Affair of Honor, 1984; Lady Hawk's Folly, 1985; The Battling Bluestocking, 1985; Lady Escapade, 1986; Lord Abberley's Nemesis, 1986; Mistress of the Hunt, 1987; Lady Meriel's Duty, 1987; Lady Brittany's Choice, 1988; Lord Greyfalcon's Reward, 1988; The Madcap Marchioness, 1989; The Dauntless Miss Wingrave, 1989; Lord Lyford's Secret, 1990; Border Bride, 1990, rev. ed, 2001; The Bath Quadrille, 1991; Bath Charade, 1991; The Bath Eccentric's Son, 1992; The Forthright Lady Gillian, 1992; The Rose at Twilight, 1993; The Fickle Fortune Hunter, 1993; The Bawdy Bride, 1995; Highland Fling, 1995; Dangerous Games, 1996; Dangerous Angles, 1997; Highland Secrets, 1997; Highland Treasure, 1998; Highland Spirits, 1999; Dangerous Lady, 1999; Border Fire, 2000; Border Storm, 2001. SECRET CLAN SERIES: Abducted Heiress, 2001; Hidden Heiress, 2002; Highland Bride, 2003. AS LYNNE SCOTT-DRENNAN: Omaha City Architecture, 1977; Summer Sandcastle, 1984; Sweet Thunder, 1987; The Tycoon's Daughter, 1988. Address: 137 Rambling Dr., Folsom, CA 95630, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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