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Cartland

Dame Barbara (Hamilton). 1901--2000, British novelist, noted for her prolific output of popular romantic fiction
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During the 1987 programme, veteran writer Cartland said Collins' racy novels help "perverts".
Carole Ann Green thought she had found her dream home when she moved on to an exclusive development in the Worcestershire spa town of Malvern, next to the 18th century listed manor, Littlewood House, where Barbara Cartland grew up.
Jonathan Miller, managing director of M-Y Books, said: "Barbara Cartland is known worldwide for pure romance writing and novels perfect for family reading.
45pm THE latest chapter of the book entitled "The Romance of the FA Cup" will be written tonight and Barbara Cartland couldn't have done it better, writes James Milton.
SHE was the doyenne of romantic fiction who sold millions of copies worldwide of her estimated 723 books - but, if you want to find an out-of-print copy of a Barbara Cartland novel, you will have to look in Birkenhead Central Library.
A representative from the group called later with an irresistible offer: They would fly Presniakov to England to paint Barbara Cartland, the world's most prolific author and the woman who gave him his first big break.
Brian Cartland, managing director said: "The past 12 months have been significant in the company's development and our strategy has always included the acquisition of adjoining property, as it became available, as part of our development plan for the site.
Stepping straight out of the pages of a Barbara Cartland novel Cassano, 24, whined: "I need affection, respect, to feel loved and considered important for a club.
Cartland increases the efficiency, productivity, and profitability of teams through training.
Barbara Cartland left behind 160 unpublished novels when she died in 2000 at the age of 98, it has been revealed.
Bob is one of only a few people like Dame Barbara Cartland and George Best to appear more than once.