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Madoc, Gwen 1931-

Madoc, Gwen 1931-

(Doreen Edwards)

PERSONAL: Born June 1, 1931, in Swansea, Wales; married; husband’s name Harry. Education: Attended Open University.

ADDRESSES: Home—Swansea, Wales.

CAREER: Writer. Formerly worked as a medical secretary.



Daughter of Shame, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 2000.

By Lies Betrayed, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 2001.

Bad to the Bone, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 2003.

No Child of Mine, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 2004.

Her Mother’s Sins, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 2005.

The Stolen Baby, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 2005.

Take My Child, Severn House (Sutton, England), 2006.


Follow Every Rainbow, Piatkus (London, England), 1997.

Dreaming of Tomorrow, Piatkus (London, England), 1997.

A Better Love Next Time, Piatkus (London, England), 1999.



Booklist, September 15, 2006, Patty Engelmann, review of Take My Child, p. 28.*

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