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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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Jonathan Miller, managing director of M-Y Books, said: "Barbara Cartland is known worldwide for pure romance writing and novels perfect for family reading.
FORMER Dinnerladies star Anne Reid looks in the pink after being picked to play Dame Barbara Cartland in a TV film.
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The series has been called The Barbara Cartland Pink Collection.
Bob is one of only a few people like Dame Barbara Cartland and George Best to appear more than once.
She would love to be like Barbara Cartland, the grand dame of romance novels who was still writing in her 90s.
Once again, like all writers on two freres klo, we can compare and contrast with Balthus, whose favorite writers, according to his biographer Nicholas Fox Weber, were Ian Fleming and Barbara Cartland.
He was bundled out of the car and run over in Cartland Road before the attackers made their getaway.
I was on a TV show with the late Barbara Cartland who turned to me and said 'Oh, The World Is Full Of Married Men is such a disgusting book, Miss Collins" Writer Jackie Collins recalls an uncomfortable moment.
Anderson, of Cartland, Lanarkshire, was a former neighbour of the Houstons but moved when he split from wife Patricia.
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.