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Ure, Jean

URE, Jean

URE, Jean. Also writes as Sara McCulloch. British, b. 1943. Genres: Romance/Historical, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Translations. Career: Writer. Publications: Dance for Two (in US as Ballet Dance for Two), 1960; All Thy Love, 1975; Marriage of True Minds, 1975; Hear No Evil, 1976; No Precious Time, 1976; All in a Summer Season, 1977; Early Stages, 1977; Bid Time Return, 1978; Curtain Fall, 1978; Dress Rehearsal, 1978; A Girl Like That, 1979; Masquerade, 1979; See You Thursday, 1981; If It Weren't for Sebastian, 1982; A Proper Little Nooryeff (in US as What if They Saw Me Now?), 1982; Hi There, Supermouse!, 1983, in US as Super- mouse, 1984; The You-Two, 1984; You Win Some, You Lose Some, 1984; After Thursday, 1985; Megastar, 1985; Nicola Mimosa, 1985, in US as The Most Important Thing, 1986; A Bottled Cherry Angel, 1986; Brenda the Bold, 1986; The Other Side of the Fence, 1986; Swings and Roundabouts, 1986; The Fright, 1987; One Green Leaf, 1987; Tea-Leaf on the Roof, 1987; War with Old Mouldy!, 1987; Who's Talking?, 1987; Frankie's Dad, 1988; Soppy Birthday, 1988; Trouble with Vanessa, 1988; A Muddy Kind of Magic, 1988; There's Always Danny, 1988; Two Men in a Boat, 1988; Plague 99, 1990, 1989; King of Spuds, 1990; Who's for the Zoo?, 1990; Loudmouth, 1990; Say Goodbye, 1990; Play Nimrod for Him, 1990; Cool Simon, 1991; Jo in the Middle, 1990; Dreaming of Larry, 1991; Fat Lollipop, 1991; William in Love, 1991; Wizard in Wonderland, 1991; Help It's Harriet, 1994; Harriet Strikes Again, 1996; Whatever Happened to Katy-Jane, 1996; Skinny Melon and Me, 1996; Has Anyone Seen This Girl?, 1996; Gools, 1996; (ed.) Colin Book of Ballet and Dance Stories, 1996; Children Next Door, 1996; Skinny Melon & Me, 1996; Whistle and I'll Come, 1997; Lucky, 1997; Girl in the Blue Tunic, 1997; Becky Bananas: This Is Your Life!, 1997; Snow Kittens, 1998; Muddy Four Paws, 1998; Foxglove, 1998; Danny Dynamite, 1998; Daffy Down Donkey, 1998; Lucky Pup, 1998; Fruit and Nutcase, 1998; Love Is for Ever, 1998; Puppy Present, 1998; Sandy Simmonds series, 1999; Foster Family series, 1999; Just 16, 1999; Secret Life of Sally Tomato, 1999; Big Tom, 2000; Chums, 2000; Family Fan Club, 2000; Monster in the Mirror, 2000; Get a Life, 2000; Boys on the Brain, 2001; Shrinking Violet, 2002; Pumpkin Pie, 2002; Daisy May, 2002; Passion Flower, 2003; Dazzling Danny, 2003; Bad Alice, 2003. TRANSLATIONS: H. Vernes, City of a Thousand Drums, 1966; H. Vernes, The Dinosaur Hunters, 1966; H. Vernes, The Yellow Shadow, 1966; J. Bruce, Cold Spell, 1967; J. Bruce, Top Secret, 1967; H. Vernes, White Gorilla, 1967; H. Vernes, Operation Parrot, 1968; J. Bruce, Strip Tease, 1968; S. Hassel, March Battalion, 1970; S. Hassel, Assignment Gestapo, 1971; S. Hassel, SS General, 1972; S. Hassel, Reign of Hell, 1973. NOVELS AS SARA McCULLOCH: Not Quite a Lady, 1980; A Lady for Ludovic, 1981; A Most Insistent Lady, 1981; Merely a Gentleman, 1982; A Perfect Gentleman, 1982. Address: 88 Southbridge Rd, Croydon, Surrey CR0 1AF, England. Online address: [email protected]

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